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lONE ONE CENT CENt c I THE WASHINGTONHERALD WASHINGTON WASHINGTONNO I A AU QUALITY QUALITYNO PAPER y yNO OF OFQUALITY F
NO 1411 WASHINGTON WASHINGTOND D C Q WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1910 O ONE E CENT
P PRESIDENT E IDNT MONTT MONTTmI MONTTDIESATBREMEN
PIES mI DIESATBREMEN DIESATBREMENEad IT T B BHad REMN REMNHad
Had Just Lauded from the theLiner theLiner theiAnei
Liner Kaiser Wilhelm WilhelraIEABT WilhelmEART WilhelmHEART
HEART EART FAILQUID CAUSE CAUSEPresent CAUSEPresent CAUSEPresent
Present atthe Time Mayor Gay Gaynor Gaynor Gaynor
nor Was as Shot ShotChilean ShotChllcnn ShotCliiIenn
Chilean Executive ExecnthcHnd Had Been Con Conversing Convcrllll1l Conversing ¬
versing with New cw York Mayor n nPew 0FeW aFcw
Pew Minutes Before Gallagher GallagherWounded Gnllngl1crounted GallagherWounded
Wounded ounted the Gotham Executive Executive3Iontt ExccutheUontt ExecutiveIontt
3Iontt Iontt Onmc of n DlfltlncnlHiicd DlfltlncnlHiicdFamily DbltlnulxiacdFomllond Dhit1ngiihiiedFainib
Family Fomllond and Jo I 102kg < ong in Public Life LifeBremen LifeBremen
I IBremen
Bremen Alt AG lfc 1GPl0III6ont Erostflont Pedro PedroMontt PedroMonu PedroMontt
Montt of Chile ChJie C1tiI rtftt was a paswngor ptUiflG gGl on onthe ont onthe
the t he steamer t tern ner Kaar 11 Wflhelm der Grosse Grossefrom Gro Grofrnni 8 8frnm
from xew Yafk A jus pat 9 died hero at t tU
1140 11 4 o tonight from a recurrence recurr 8 of bOUt hoartfailure bOUt1atlurf hO8ZtfalIur
failure due to a recent attack of angina anginapectoris anh anhpcctori8 DItDaINtorls
pectoris pectorisXew INtorlsW S SNew
New W York Aug IS 16Pre l6PreIdnt President ldent Montt Monttfailed Monttllt MonttiaI1ed
failed llt > l from New York on the Kaiser KaiserWilhelm Ka KaWilhelm KalerVAIheIm
Wilhelm der Grosse on the tb morning monatn of ofTuesday ofTUMAY ofTuewiay
Tuesday August 9 Mayor G Gynor ynor was wasin watn wasSn
in Sn the Kaiser r ready read to start on hrf liMcatIon va vacation vacat ¬
cation cat Ion when hen James Jam J Gallagher shot shothim shothim hot hothim
him President Montt aad the mayor mayorhad mayorli5id
had conversed ed gayly gay I a tew minutes be before be befM beftr ¬ I
fore fM Gallagher Gallalb < appeared appearedPresident appearecJPr appearedPreSIdent
President Pr lItd nt Montt was one of the first to to5immon tofllJmmOn toimmon
5immon medical aid He called In In Intsh Span SpfUt1h Spanish ¬
ish to one on of his ht aids atd to fetch Dr Mon Montania Montanla Monttha
tania the physician of the Chilean Chi1t > an party partyn partygood
> n good health h8l hsslth th himself he b was great greatIs greatlr greatlv
Is lr shocked wy y the attempt on Mayor Gay Gayrors Gaynors Gayiiore
rors life IIt He asked earnestly that the themayor tbemayor thetnayor
mayor be assured ared of his sympathy and h hbest hisbest his hisbest
best wishes
wishesWUfltCd
Wanted nntccl Year of IltMt IltMtHe nltltH lteitHe
He H had expected to remain in Europe Evropeyear ft ftyear ayear
year to build up his health Heart Hearttrouble HNrttrouble rearttrouble
trouble had worried him and he was wasweary wuear wasweary
weary ear from administrative labors laborsIt abo aboIt ahorsIt
It was his hl Intention to take waters at atBad atBad atDad
Bad Nauhelm and travel slowly > about aboutth abouttho aboutth
th tho > continent ontln nt getting a At 4 much rest as asPossible uJf asprsihle
Possible Jf sihle I am an tired he said before beforeleaving betoreIt beforeleaving
leaving It > ayjng New York I want to rest restPedro rNtPedro restPedro
Pedro Montt was elected President of ofChile oflhUE o obile
Chile bile to serve erv until 1811 11 His was wa one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most distinguished families of the therepublic therepublic I Ir
republic r ublic his father Don Manuel Montt
was a former President whose adminis administration admlntrallon adminisi > ¬
i tration was aria arm aad progressive He Hewas HeWas Hef
f was educated for the profession of Jaw tewand Jawand lawII
and began his carver as a statesman as asa umemb asa
a member memb r at the lower huaof h huso UMQ of the thoChilean theQhUeanOllngstM theChilean
II ± Chilean QhUeanOllngstM OHngacas in MR tll i Ngfe t1t t1tonly n > ftis ftisonly Iii Iiienly
only tweatytwo years ears oW oWHe oklHe oldHe
He became th the Liberal of o the lower lowerhouse lowerboule lowerhoue
house until his b election to the upper upperchamber upperchamber upperchamber
chamber Later he became a a councilor councilorof
of state and Chilean Minister at Wash WaahIngton Wa Walngton Washlngton
lngton He H served his country here near nearly Roarly ioarly ¬
ly twenty years ago a and became famil familiar tandlJtr famlilir ¬
iar with wIt1 Itn the country and its institution institutionPresident hwtt1It1onaPIdtnt instItut1onsPeIdent
President Montt admhed the United UnitedFtatfc Unitedtaf t3nttsdtRte5
Ftatfc taf tRte5 21 and had many mny Arm friendships friendshipswith frtGod8hl frtGod8hl1th frIendshipsiith
with 1th American public men He was fond fondof fonCIe foMcf
of e New ew York and on his test visit to this thiscity thisrlt thistS
rlt tS city tSr pointed out to his young euag wife how howthp howthf howth
thp th city had changed since nee his previous previousvllt pr8 previousAs Ous Ousillt
vllt vlltAs illt illtA
As A the leader of the Liberal party and anda aOOa
a President of tho republic Pedro Montt Monttwas Monttt1 Munttw
was t1 w an a n open p n and A nd frank champion of a aFOind anlnl aIfl1
FOind nlnl Ifl1 financial system always deter determiiedy det detni deterrnk
miiedy ni If ie1y > Y oppocfil to tendencies toward a aPernicious aJrniclouB ai
i Pernicious r rnicious paper currency currenc which prevail prevaili
r < 1 i hL country For or years his principle principlePlir prtndplepI1 prIncipleps
Plir pI1 ps > has hern to abandon the paper paperiripncy p paperrPncy p prrntY
iripncy and tli tilt > > resumption of gold pay payinfnts Ja Ja11fnt payHPflt
infnts HPflt and it was his intention to pash pashtli plhlhtill psahth
tli till fight fi ht for a guld standard Ptafltft when he re refinfd re retiff reS
S finfd tiff t n4 to Chile from Europe EuropeTTf EuropeHr EuropeS
S TTf lT hd hi not Ken h n able to persuade his hteI bla1nlialllpnt hislr1ianunt
I 1nlialllpnt rlianient of the th sourdness of his d own ownfnanHal ownft1andal ownInandal
fnanHal view Iew A currency bill which whichthf wIllehHH whichth
thf th Parliament passed was vetoed by bym by11m by1m
11m > < m but the Iarthuneot passed it over ovorMs overveto
Ms 11 veto The struggle roa e was VIR entirely po poliiimi poII powith
II liiimi fin with no personal perionalbittorness bitterness bU lorn en Montt Monttx
x V veiy VuY Pr popular popu anoag his people CopleIt i iIt
It was the severity of tho light for forpiund forF
piund F S und money which undermined his hteContinued hisontlnucd hisContinued
Continued on Page 3 Colnmn 2 SHARBISON 2H 2ARRISON
HARBISON H RISON SUCCEEDS RAWN EAWNDirectors RAWNDlreotorll RAWNS
S Directors Cliooxe Southern Official Officialfor Ortlclnlor Officinifor
for or head of the 3Ioiion 3IoiionNow 311110nIw MnonNw
Now Iw York Aug IS ItFalrCax Fairfax Harrison Harrisonvvr
S vvr rioted l d president pre klent of the Monon Rail Railxv Railt
xv t it 1 t a meeting < of the directors held heldn
S n th s city It < today He succeeds Ira G GRvn GR1 GB
Rvn R1 B n who hQ met a violent death at his hish Idsllnl
llnl 2 h > rn i > nrar Chicago on June 20 Since Sincethat Slneotl11t SIncetit
that tIme tlm > the road has been in charge chargerf
rf t K IS c Field general counsel coun l and Vice ViceIrrsiI vleorr 1ce 1ceS 1ceMr
S IrrsiI rr > hlnt < > nt ntMr
Mr 1 Harrison IK i now no vice president of oftnr 0 0filr ofVic
Vic southern uthern Railroad which with tho thorimojp thoI thoIinoi
rimojp I IfHi Central I connects onnect the Mnnon It Itvis ItW Itr
vis W r I stated at the Monons Monou onons oiQcos that thatMr tbatU thatMr
Mr U Harrison will resign rl lgn from this po posiin posn p05ifl
sn siin jn which htch h hI lv has held since 1106 IMSThP 1106f 1106S
S ThP rh f tiew n w president pr ldtnt is a son of Burton BurtonHarrsnn BurtonHrrnn Burton1rirrnn
Harrsnn and a brother of Congressman CongressmanIlaroi Congrmnn CongrossnianF
Ilaroi 11 F andfl an B Harrison Harrl on He te fortyone fortyoneat tortoner
at t r old ol He was as graduated from Yale YaleiiA lalel
iiA l 1 being ng admitted to the bar In this this city
1 11 i ¼ ro 12 he practiced praet < oa law w for a time with witht
t I o firm of Bangs Stetson Tracy TracyMirV Trac Trac1Ihpagh TracyirVPagh I
MirV 1Ihpagh > agh In 1900 he went into the theF tberyJrE theFtVIce i
S
FtVIce F < rvirp > of the Southern Railroad RIIllrO d as so nol
1 itor and In December Dee mber 1048 1 he was wasra4 w wr3rt wasra4 I
ra4 assistant to tho president where he her herp I
r rp p nined until IBflL IBflLMr 19CGrr 1O6S 1O6Mr
S Mr rr Harrison is already a director of ofChicago oftp ofI ofhicago
tp Chicago hicago Indianapolis and Louisville Louisvillerc
rc is of the Richmond Frodorleks FrodorleksMrg Frododckstlr Frod leks leksIS
I tlr IS > > Mrg rg and Potomac the WaaBington WaaBingtonf WhelingtonII
fJ f frlipr vrhern htm and the Mobile obne and Ohio the thernmnati th thfImnaH theIS
II IS rnmnati fImnaH Now Orloans and Texas reCaslirk texas1atir TexasIairir
Iairir the Southern South rn and tho Standard Standard1rfist Standardt StandardJaw
1rfist t Company CompamTnw I ITnTT
Jaw Fractured Bronqrlit Here HereFr HereFrl HereFr
Fr Frl d Renwick fortyflre years oars old of ofFtrestville ofFllrptvlllf ofF
Ftrestville F rtvilte5 Md was brought to a aWashington nW8Fhlngton a aWashIngton
Washington hospital just bofore midnight midnightIn
1 In an automobile by Dr J Sansbury suf suffrrinp sutClrin suffvring
frrinp from a a fractured jaw sustained in inan Inan inS
S an encounter with lth a blacksmith blacksmithIndorsement blacksmithInlor1cmcnt blacksmithXndoracmcnt
Indorsement for Taft TnftTu TaftTJlsnn TaftTisn
Tu TJlsnn snn Ariz Aug Au 16 1SThc The Republicans Republicansof
of f Pima County in convention conv ntton have in indorsed indorsed indorsed ¬
dorsed President Taft and Congressman CongressmanCameron CongressmanCameron CongressmanCameron
Cameron
4
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland Maryl MarylandPartly ndP Partly rtly cloudy to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow light north northeasterly northeasterly northeasterly ¬
easterly winds yinds becoming vari variable variable variable ¬
able ableHERALD ableHERALD ableHERALD
HERALD NEWS N WSSUMMARY NEWSSUMMARYPages WSSUMMARYh WSSUMMARYIProsldent SUMMARY SUMMARYPaces
Paces h Pages1President
1 IProsldent President Montt Dead DeadNegro DeadNogro DeadNogr
Negro Slay Slayorln or in Washington WashingtonThousands WashingtonThousands Vaablug m mThouNnds
Thousands of Melon ArrlVo ArriveRoosevolt ArrlVoRoosevolt ArrlvoRoosevoitan <
Roosevolt Roosevoitan f fS t2u
on Insurgent Insurgent2As
S 2u 2As As s You Like It in Esperanto EsperantoJforo Bltporantooro ponto pontoMore
More oro Skin Grafting Needed NeededS Nuded3Montts NSSdOd3Montts
3Montts S Montis Doath a Shock Shock4HdtorIal Shock4Rdltor1al Shock4Editorial
4HdtorIal 4Rdltor1al5ln 4Editorial5In
6 5ln In the World of fSoolat fSoolatAs Society SocietyAs SocietyAs
As tho Days Pass PaILGTlgors Pasa6Tigers
6 GTlgors Tlgors Win Game in Rain Rain7POst3oason Rain7Postseason
Postseason 7 Schedule Out Out9COmmarclal Out9COmmercial
9 Commercial and Financial FinfulolallOOplum Financial10Opium
10 lOOplum Opium Found In Salves SalvesHughes SdC6Hughes SalveeHughes
Hughes Finds a House HouseMEERSJOfflSFLEST HousoMEYERSJOI HouseJIEYERS
MEERSJOfflSFLEST MEERSJOfflSFLESTAT MEYERSJOI JIEYERS JOINS SFLEET SFLEETAT FLEET FLEETAT
AT GAY NEWPORT NEWPORTHundreds NEWPORTun EPORTEluiidrecls
Hundreds un leds of f Sailors to Pass Passin Passin Passill
in Review Today TodayNewport TodayNewport oc1a oc1aNeW1Htrt
Newport R R L I Aug IS GThe The dispatch dispatchboat dl dispatchboat pateb patebbott
boat Dolphin bearing Secretary S of the theNavy theNaT7 theNavy
Navy George Ge rse van L Meyer came in to today tody today ¬
day to join the Atlantic battleship Boot floetThe BootThe oet oetThe
The usual llarse large liberty party put from each eachship eaehIblp eachship
ship was wa published this tI afternoon and andNewport RndNewport andNewport
Newport with her b flagbedecked d streets streetsand streetMI streetsand
and hundreds ef extra electric lights has hasbeen hu1Men hasbeen
I been a gay place The first citys enter entertainment entertalnmeQt estertoinmeat ¬
tainment for the men m of the fleet t will willtake w1l1tak willtake
take tak place p c tomorrow afternoon one of ofthe oCth ofthe
the th three big ohunbakee oIatnbk to be given Rear RearAdmiral RearAdllthl RoarAdna1
Admiral Schroeder Sc er will 111 send end ashore a lib liberty IIbert 1Warty ¬
arty ert party of 3 3800 men with a band and andthere andtbere andthere
there will be about 0 apprentice sea seawen SOnoen seatree
wen from rpm the theJlAval naval training station and andcompany ndcompany andcompany
company of marines each day for < r three threedays threeday threedays
days daysToday day daysToday
dayTo4ay
Today the officers of the th naval uavaltabl os ostablishmont ostablbthmont >
tablishmont tabl hmoat gave a reception r pU ll at the train training t1ining training ¬
ing station at which hleh there wete wet ON ONguests fIOStJetU 0 0guests
guests present Rear Admiral and Airs AirsSchroeder lnSchroeder irs irsSchroeder
Schroeder were assisted ted in receiving rec I by byRear b bRear byRear
Rear Admiral and Mrs M Raymond P PRodgers PR PRodgers
Rodgers R rs Mrs 1 Charles F Hodman Hoa and andMrs dIrs andrs
Mrs rs Royal Phelps Carroll both gave pv so social 80clal social ¬
cial entertainments entert blnents in honor of naval navalofficers nvalomcrs navaloBicera
officers officersThe omcrsThe oBiceraThe
The fleet baseball championship hampkm lp te to tobe tobe tobe
be decided d cldM while hlle the ships bl are her he here It Itlies Itl1ttS Itlies
lies between the Nebraska and Idaho Idahoteams IdaholMms Idahoteams
teams and Nebraska secured the finK ftratgame firstgame
game today
mm HURRIES HURRIESTO
TO mssm BABY BABYFa BABYFat BABIFa
Fa Fat fc Launch and Cab Used Usedby Used13T
by irvin Owings OwingsA
S A telegr teiegr4to teiegramftto t to Irvin Owings assistant assistantmaaager aftSletantDlllQS8I aaslstantmanager
maaager of the Merchants and Mo Mochantes Mochzdes Io IoebaDla
chantes Bank BalIk that his baby was dying dyingat dylnrat dyingat
at Providence Pr vlcleftCe Hospital Ho Ual brought hint to toWasaiogton toWubl toWashington
Washington Wubl n at top speed on a powerful powerfullaunch PIfIIfulIuneh powerfullaunch
launch yesterday afternoon from rCJm a a point pointnear pointnear pointnear
near Indian Head fifty ntflei mflsh below baJowWashtogton Hiowulalogtoa belowWTsisiagton
Washtogton where he had gone sOna on a afishug aA ashIag
fishug A tag trip tripWhen UipYhen tripWhen
When the launch 1 uneh drew up at tho Soy Seventh StVe Soyenth ¬
enth e tb street wharf Mr Owlngs Ow SII jumped into intoa Intocab intoas
a cab and wss as driven to the hospital at ata atrato ata
a rate of speed seldom om attained by byVa a aWashington aWashington
Washington Va lngto cab He was u met at the thehospital thehoepltal thehospital
hospital steps with the news that the thebaby thebaby thebaby
baby was still tm alive allvoThe aliveThe j jThe
The mother and father spent last night nlxhtat nightat j jat
at the infants bedside They live lv6 at atHyattsvillo atHYlttt8Vlllo atHyattavillo
Hyattsvillo and md Dd the baby which hleh Is but buttwo buttwo buttwo
two months old was sent to the hospital hospitalabout hospitalabout hospitalabout
about 2 oclock yesterday ye terd afternoon afternoonThe aCtarnoonThe afternoonThe
The nature of Its illness IUn has itaa not been beendetermined beendetermined beendetermined
determined The physicians fear it will willnot willnot willnot
not survive another day dayTREASURY da daTREASURY dayTREASURY
TREASURY CLERK OUT OUTWinfield OUTWinfield OUTWinfielcl
Winfield S Pugh Asked to leavethe leave leavethe Leavethe
the Service ServicePhiladelphia gemcePblladelphia ServicePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Aug IS liTbe The involuntary involuntaryrosignation Involuntanroslgnatlon Iavo1untayresignation
resignation o ot Winfield S S Pugh cashier cashierand caahlorand hior hiorand
and chief clerk of o the United States sub subtreasury subtreasury subtreasury
treasury in this city for twentythroe twentythroeyears tWentythroeear tWntythroeyears
years ear baa boon placed in the hands of ofAssistant ofABMlstant ofAssistant
Assistant United States Treasurer Josoph JosephHosier JosophBOIler JosophHealer
Hosier This Tbl followed a visit ls1t of govern government GOvcrnment governmont ¬
ment Inspectors hasp tors to the subtreasury subtreasuryMr
Mr Boslcr said that Pugh Pu h was not notshort notshort notshort
short in hie hi accounts and when asked askedwhy aakedwhy askedwhy
why he demanded tho cashiers ca ID1s resigna resignation resignation rosignation ¬
tion ho said s ho was dissatisfied dl with withPughs withPuShS withPughs
Pughs manner of living Pugh will leave leavethe le8ethe leavethe
the service on September aa Ho ig l now nowin nowIn nowIn
in Atlantic City CityPuSh ity UtyS ityPugh
S Pugh has bean married three times In InMay InMa InMay
May Ma 1MO ho was successfully auocW Cully > sued for fordivorce tordivorce fordIvorce
divorce by b his second wife and was waslately waslatel waslately
lately latel defendant detend nt in an action for con conspiracy conaptracy eonspiracy ¬
spiracy growing out of that case Some Somatime Sometime Sometime
time after his divorce from his second secondwife secondI secondwife
wife Pugh married Miss Ml Julia Abooth AboothHEAR Aboolhi AboolhOF AboothHEAR
HEAR OF PLOT AGAINST KING KINGItalian KINGI KINGItalian
Italian Police at Once Take Ener Energetic Energctfc Hnergetic ¬
getic 3Icn Mentiures MentiuresBorne Icnurc IcnurcRome urcs urcsRome
Rome Aug 16 16A A story is current that thatan thatan thatan
an anarchist plot against the King Kin has hasbeen hasbeen hasbooii
been discovered It te denied in official officialquarters officialquut01S officialquartura
quarters but the energetic orge c measures measurestaken moaaur4S1kon moasurcotaken
taken by the police and military to pro protect proteet proteet ¬
teet his majesty while en route to Mon Montengro Montengro Montengro
tengro to visit 1s1t his fatherinlaw Prince PrinoeNicholas PrinceNIChoJ PrinceNicholas
Nicholas NIChoJ S suggest that something in the thenature thenatur thenature
nature of ura a plot have been be n discovered discoveredThe discoveredThO dlscorereThe
The police are also specially watching watchfngthe Watchingthe watchingthe
the SWiM frontier It is alleged that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they have received a warning warnln that an anarchists anarchlstc anarchists ¬
archists from Argentina and Paters PAtorsn PAtorsnN n nN b bN
N J are intending to enter Italy by byway byway byway
way of Switzerland SwitzerlandLondon SwitzerlandLandolt SwitzerlandLondon
London Bank Fnilyre FnilyreLondon FnUUr1London nIlre nIlreLondon
London Aug 16 GTho The British Bank of ofCommerce orCommorce ofCommerce
Commerce a small private concern concernclosed aoncernclosot concernclosed
closed Its doors today No Importance Importanceis llI1
I is attached to the failure
f FUGITIVE GITIVE NEGRO NEGROHmlNC NEBROHIDING
HIDING IN C CPITAL CPITALTallies PIT l l311ies
Tallies 311ies with the Quimiimont QuimiimontMurder Quiunim QuinnirnOntS QuinnirnOntMurder nt ntM
Murder M urdel Fiend FiendWOONDED FiendfOUNDED FiendWOEThDED
S
fOUNDED IN SAME FOOT FOOTHospital FOOTosnjtal FOOTiospital
Hospital osnjtal Gives Clow Which WMchAlarms WhicbAlarn18 WhichAlarms
Alarms the Police PoliceGeneral PoliceI PoliceGenera PoliceGeneral I
Genera General Orders O der Issncd I aucd from frol Head Hcada Headqartera
a qartera arters When VII en Suspect Su pect Is I Tnico TnicoSeen Twice TwiceSeen TIcoSeen
Seen After Bciugr nclu Traced in This ThisDirection Thl ThlDIrection ThuDirection
Direction from Scene of Crime CrimeWhere Or1 CrimeWhere e eVhere
Where Posses Poue Are Scouring ScourJlJ Conn Conntrysltle Count CouutryiiideCJinse
t TllldeOhne trysltle OUafte at Union Station StationPhysicians StationPhysIcians StationPhysicians
Physicians at Providence Hospital yes yesterday yesterday 1
terday notified the pollee that a negro negrotallying negrttallYIng negrotallying
tallying In Overy dtneriativa detail with withthe withthe withthe
the monster who wh escaped wounded woundedtreIR woundedtreIRQulnnlmont from fromQulnnlmont fromQuinnimont
Qulnnlmont W Va Ya after felling telHn and anflrobbing andtobblng andtobbing
robbing John Allies An a brakeman D assault assaulting 8JJe8ultInb assaultlag ¬
lag and murdering his wife to b be fol followed followed filllowod ¬
lowed by posses U the he direction ef f Wash Washington Washslan Wash5 ¬
ington slan had been treated there for a awounded nwoUDded awounded
wounded foot footCircumstances tootOlrcuntnncclI footCircumstances
Circumstances Convincing ConvincingThe ConlnclgTh
The Th negro n ro wont we t to the hospital about 0 0oclock gocloek 0oclock
oclock Monday lo day night According to Wo tlodlapatchell todispaches Wodtepalcbes
dtepalcbes front Quliwimont the t e murder murdortoot mMrdertoot murdertook
toot place about It oclock Sunday Sunda night nightand D nightand t ti
i and the negro was trailed several severalmiles vem1 vem1ml1l18 yertt1miles
miles along the railroad track in the di direction dIrection dlrection ¬
rection of Hintoa Iintoa Had the negro ro board boarded boarded ¬
ed a train at Hinton Monday 1I10od morning monatD he hewould beI hewould
would have anivdd ia Washington about
I
7 oclock that afeht ght bt This would have haveiven havetfnm havegiven
given iven bta time to reach the thetal ho hotat hospi hospital ¬
tal at the hour stated He Hefrom disappeared disappearedfrom
from Qulnrhnont QuIDr Jmont on the morning train trainthe trainthe trainthe
the West Virginia Ia police believe beMeveDeputy be beDeputy believeDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Payne was wa so I convinced convincedof CO Ced Cedot
of this he sent a telegram here asking askingthe ukbaathe askingthe
the police to look out for a negro twenty twentysix twent1SiX twentysix
six years old old aVe feet nine Inches tall talllight taUbnwu talllight
light brown br wn wearing wrl black hat blue coat coatand coatand coatand
and light pants The sheriff also 180 stated statedthat 8tatecltlaat statedthat
that the negro was wa wounded m ID the right rightfoot nhtfoot rightfoot
foot or leg There hi little doubt the thefugitive therugltlve thefugitive
fugitive is I hiding ia Washington WashingtonCity WUhIqtODCft Washingtoncut
City cut Turned Topuy Top Tnrvy TnrvyWashington lnrTWaabtnctoft TurvyWashington
Washington was scoured hut night bt from fromhem tromhem fromhem
hem to hem for a negro ttC1O Wth a W WCoot woundedfoot wounded woundedfoot
foot Detective OBrien O BrI en one of the brat bratof bestof t tor
of the Central office oBie force was detUted detUtedon letfledOn
on the case ca and he Is camping camp InK on the thetrail thetrII
trail
Capt CaP Boardtaan sent out a general goaerallarm geaerala1vmto generalalarm
alarm a1vmto to all aJlt the praetoata 1C e Baking u1dn WIt uaiorm WItr unifoest
r foest orm aaa zp to 1Ot topIOTe liim jy W Ua UMWR UMWRyior H HptorllML
ptorllML ptorllMLAt pIOTeAt yior C CAt
At th tholiosplini ftospl aspltal L1 the lb waoaded negro gave gavename gaveII
II name and address ar addre which proved ed to tofteWScMIs be bectittotts b bfictitious
fictitious For this reason the police are areonMent areconMent areconildent
onMent he was identified with withcrhniaal withcrlmtpl som somcrhnthal
crhniaal I deed deedClmsc deedChnle deedCbnse
Clmsc nt it Tuba ulon Station StationAt StntlonAt StationAt
At Union Station about S oclock a anogro anogro ano
nogro no chase followed toUow the appearance of a alimping aIImptng alimping
limping figure re stinking in the shadows of ofthe otthe ofthe
the trains H Ha escaped e but not without withouta
a desperate d < struggle struggleOa str struggleOn gglc gglcOR
Oa account of the immense negro pop population populaUon populatlon ¬
ulation of Washington the police expect expectto oxpoetto
to have a bard time locating the man manthey JMthc mantbcy
they thc suspect suspectSTATE su suspectSThTE pect pectSTATE
STATE MILITIA IS READYTO READY HEADYTO READYTO
TO PREVENT A LYNCHING lYNCHHTaSped LYNOHINGSpecW
Sped SpecW S to Tb n WMUnfttOR Wsbin oR eci UenOd UenOdCharleston II IICharleaton lIsaidCharleston
Charleston W t Va v Aug IS HThree Three mU militia mUttta mUida ¬
itia companies are held here by Gov GovGlasscock GovGluseock GovGlasseock
Glasscock in Vesdtneess readtneeae to move on onspoclal a aspecial aspecial
special train to Hinton where a mob of ofnearly ornearlY ofnearly
nearly 1601 1 men have ha gathered bent bentupon bentupon bentupon
upon lynching a negro suspect arrested arrestedat a arreadat ed edat
at Thurmond today in connection with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the assault and murder murdeKt at Qulnnlmont QulnnlmontSunday QUlanlmontSUndRJ QuinnimontSunday
Sunday night of Mrs John Muse AfU and the theassault theult theassault
assault ult and robbery of Aillss AillssOne AmsOna AllissOne
One company left FayettoviUe at atoclock 5 5oclock 5oclock
oclock for Hinton and an arrangement arrangementto
to havo Sheriff Wiseman leave Hinton on onspecial onspecial onspecial
special train with 1th the prisoner and meet meetthe mHttbe meetthe
the militia trained failed when the t e mob mobrefused mobrofusod mobrefused
refused to permit the train to pull out outot ootot outot
ot tho Hinton HInt n yards A demonstration demonstrationwas
was made while whil tho prisoner was lag bcdagtaken b lagtal beingtaken
taken tal < en to too train trainAllies trainAntes trainAil1s
Allies was carried from a a hospital to totho totho tothe
tho train but was too w woaJt jak to t attempt attemptto
to identify l onUC tae negro The Tb suspect s pect has re refuser rafUlcrt refuscr5t ¬
fuser to give any an name nameJOHNSON nameJOHNSON nameJOHNSON
JOHNSON A WINNER WINNERInsurgent WINNERInsurgent WINNERInsurgent
Insurgent Nominated for Governor Governorof
of California CaliforniaSan Cal orni orniSan
San Francisco Aug 11 l8At At S p m It Itlooked Itlooked itlooked
looked as though Hiram Johnson insur insurgent Insurgent incurgent ¬
gent Republican Ropubllc n was wu nominated by di direct direct illrect ¬
rect primary for or governor COVH o of California CaliforniaScattered ClWICornlLSCfl CbLiornlaScattered
Scattered SCfl tterod returns from nineteen precincts precinctsgive precinctsghe precinctsgive
give Johnson 1121 1121 Curry UK u 1a and DC1 Ander Anderson nderson nder nderson ¬
son ill I4 Eight complete precincts in inFrisco InFrlsco InFrisco
Frisco give Johnson 475 Curry 447 and andAndorspn andAndorspn andAndorspn
Andorspn 238 238From 231FrJm 2411Frnn
From Central and Southern California Californiareturns CaiCornloroturns Californiareturns
returns show that Johnson is getting a aheavy 11haY aheavy
heavy vote otc practically as a much as Curry Curryand Curryand Curryand
and Anderson combined If this continues continuesUio continuosUlo continuesthe
the general opinion opinlonis is that t at Johnson will willwin wUlwin willwin
win as his supporters didnt dream he hewould hewould hewould
would poll so heavy hee r vote ote in Frisco FriscoFigures FrltiooFJgures FriacoFigures
Figures from eght eightDsn n precincts in Los LosAngeles LosAngolos LosAngeles
Angeles show that Johnson is polling as asheavy ashoavy asheavy
heavy a vote as all tho others combined combinedGEORGE comblnodGEORGE combinedGEORGE
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GEORGE LEVELL KILLED KILLEDVictim JTTTRllIctlm KUTFmVictim
Victim Ictlm of Train Believed DeU ved to < o Be BeWashington DeWnsltlngton BeWashington
Washington Man ManA JlnuA ManS ManA
S
A telegram from Fairmont W Va Vanotified Vanotified Vanotifiod
notified the Washington police laat night nightthat nightthat nightthat
that George Level supposed to be the theson theson theson
son of Mrs W V H Level of Washing Washington Washington nshlng nshlngton ¬
ton had been killed kill cd by a train there thereThe theroThe thereThe
The police could find no traco of Mrs MrsLovell MrsLoycil rs rsLocll
Lovell her name not appearing In the thecity thecity thern therncity
city directory directoryAdmitted director directorAchnltted directoryAtlutitteci
Admitted to Academy AcademyAnnapolU Aculem Aculem4nnapolll Academy4nnapolis
AnnapolU Aug 16 16R R L L Vaughn aulhn of ofTexarkana ofTexnrln efTexarkana
Texnrln Texarkana n Tex To has bean admitted as asan as asan asan
an additional member of o the fourth cla claof classoi class classof
of the Naval Academy Academydominated Academyondnfttcd AcademyNominated
dominated for Congress CongressFifth CongressFJCth CoiigrejsFifth
Fifth Kentucky KcntuckJ J Wheeler McGee McGceRep McGeeRep McGeeRep
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TWOULD TWOULD BE J3E DIFFERENT NOW NiOW
STABBED SIX TIMES TIMESWoman TI TIMESWoman S SWoman
Woman Dying as Result of Quarrel QuarrelOver QuarrelOver QuarrelOver
Over Money MoneyKathertne MoneyKatherlae S SICatherine
Kathertne Kelt Kelly of mi D street north northwest nertllI northwest ¬
I west oe te dying clyto at Kmergeney JIIRers Hospital Hospitalfrom Ho8p1talfrtMn Hospitalfrm
from stx knif knife wounds in the br breast t m mnloteil htfttete4 n nftteted
nloteil by two soUUers for whom wh oa the po police pollee p0llc ¬
lice llc are searching se ChJDc the city ettyAbout c1qAbout cityAbout
About I oclock tats morning a eatf for loran toran foran
an ambulance and the police was w weel saunC soanded saunCed
ed from the D street address acJ r and a a squad squadof euadof UtUI UtUIoC
of officers responded The woman was wasfound wufound wasfound
found unconscious in her room roomHer JOOIILHer roomHer
Her friends told the tb police of the stab stabbing IItbbing stabbing ¬
bing and gave P a description of o the thedIera sol soldiers eeld1et ¬
diers d1et whom they say y came from Fort FortWashington FortWuhlngton FortWashington
Washington The attack wag the ramie ramieof 1IIIMI1toCa resultof
of oCa a quarrel over money
ROOSEVELT TO FLY FLYft FLYIN FLYS FLYX1
S
ft HARlONS ARj jS AERO AEROAviator A AEROAviator RO ROA
A Aviator vjator Thinks ThittksCoIGuel Colonel Will WillKeep Vill1cp in inKeep
Keep Engagement EngagementBoston Enga elnellt elnelltBoItDn
Boston 11 Mass Aug M 1iUI I expect to totake totake totake
take former President RoosrUi Rooftlt1lf ROOesVcit my myaeroplane m mRBoplanft myaeroplane
aeroplane next Friday night said CUt Clifford CUtfOra CUtford ¬
ford Harmon the New few York aviator to a agroup agrowp agroup
group of newspaper men who were with withhim withhim 1th 1thblm
him today looking lo over the aviation field fieldat ekat fieldat
at Atlantic UanUc where the HarvardBoaton HarvardBoatonmeot HarvftrdBoitonaeot
meot is to be hejkl b hkI next menth menthHarmon rnenthHarmon utenthHarmon
Harmon then besieged with lth questions questionsdeclared queeUonsdeclared questionsdeclared
declared he had recently recentl had a talk with withRoosevelt withROOIevolt withRoosevelt
Roosevelt and that the th exPresident xPre klent had badexpressed hadexpressed
8 expressed < prOlilMd a desire to make a night nightNaturally ftl flightNatnraIIy t tN
Naturally N turally I offered him the Ut oppor opportunity opportunlty opportunity ¬
tunity said Harmon and he practically practicallyaccepted prftcuelblCtptoo practicallyaccepted
accepted my m invitation If the conditions conditionsare cOBdttSonaare conditionsare
are right I expect to take him oa a short shortflight shortfits1tt shortflight
flight next Friday Frld night either at Home Homestead Homeste Homestead ¬
stead ste d or Mincola MincolaI
1 I really re Uy think Mr Roosevelt will go goHe goBe goHe
He scompd 5oe 1pd pleased with 1tk m my offer and andas andas andas
as far as I could make out he really reallyaccepted reaUraC4Opt reallyaccoptei
aC4Opt accepted the invitation At any an rate I Ishall Ishcll 1shall
shall consider it as suck until I hoar hoarotherwise hoaroUen1S6 hearot1erwIse
otherwise and will make all arrangJ arrangJjnents arnwgament arraug arraugments
mentMr jnentsMr jnents mentsMr
Mr Harmon who with Capt Thomas ThomasS thorn thornS
S S Baldwin looked ever the Atlantic Atlanticaviation AtlanticavtU8n Atlanticaviation
aviation field and made suggestions sugsostla for forgetting torgetting forgetting
getting it in readiness admitted that lit litRoosevelt ItROOsevelt if ifRoosevelt
Roosevelt really did go he would be very voryproud veryproud OY OYproud
proud and perhaps a a little nervous n6 ous al although although although
though he said he did not fOr a momont momentdoubt momontdoubt momontdoubt
doubt Mr Roosevelts nerve nerveNO nerveNO nerveNO
NO FUNERAL IN AEBEY ABBEYRemains AEBEYRemnlnA AEBEYRemains
Remains of Florence Nightingale NightingaleXot Nlghtlngalcot
Not ot to Rest There ThereLondon ThereLondon ThereLondon
London Aug 15 GThe The executors of the thewill thowill thewill
will of the late Florence Nightingale Nightingalehavo NlghUngalehavo Nightingalehave
havo refused the odor of the dean of ofWestminster ot otTestmlnster ofWestminster
Westminster to allow the burial of the thebody thobod thebody
body bod In tho abbey Tho refusal is biased biasedon lasegon ased asedon
on the ground that a clause in the will willrequests willrequeste 1U 1Urequ
requests requ ata that her h r funeral be private and andsimple andalmple andsimple
simple simpleTho almpleTho simpleTho
Tho body bod of Miss nsa Nightingale will be bequiqtly bequllltJy bequiotly
quiqtly interred Inte Intered ea at West Willon Hamp Hampshire H liampshire mp mpsblro ¬
shire on August Augu t 20 20The 20 20Tho 20The
The remains will be placed in a plain plaincoffin plainoffin plaincoffin
coffin offin bearing a plate inscribed inscribedFLORENCE lnscrfbed1LOItE inscribedILOnEc5
FLORENCE 1LOItE 08 NIGHTINGALE NIGHTINGALEHorn IGUTI lGlITIGALEhorn = GALE GALEnom
Horn Mar IQ M 1 1Diad m mDied 1 1Died
Died August II 18W 18WThere uwThere liiiThere
There will b be only a few mourners mournarsat mQ11rnorsat
at the funeral The King will send a arepresentative arepr arepresentative
representative repr sentatle The memorial service at atSt atSt atSt
St Pauls Cathedral l will be under th thauspices the theauspices theauspices
auspices of the minister of war warI warARMY warARMY
ARMY AVIATOR FALLS FAIISGerman F FALLSGermait LLS LLSGCrmnn
German GCrmnn Lieutenant Sustains Frac Fracture F Fraclure nc nciure ¬
lure of Thigh ThighFrankfortontheMain ThighFrankCortonthelInln ThighFrankfortontheMain
FrankfortontheMain Aug 16 16Lleu 16Lleutenant 16Lieutenant Lieu Lieutenant ¬
tenant von TIedemann an army aviator aviatorwas aviatorwas aviatorwas
was upset today while flying here He Hefell H HfaU Bfell
fell 30 feet t t sustaining a broken thigh thighHis thIghHis thighHis
His machine was smashed smashedSeveral smftshodSevoral smashedSeveral
Several army aerial exports witnessed witnessedthe witnosuedthe 1tnCSJedthf
the accident which hich occurred while von vonTledemann VOITIedemann vor vorTledontann
Tledemann was maneuvering in soout sooutwork soout sooutwork soQutwork
work
Place Order Order fOiGunbonts fOiGunbontsPeldn for fo Gunboats GunboatsPekln GunboatsPekln
Pekln Aug 16 16Chl 1GCliita China J has placed a acontract antract aeq
contract eq ntract for the construction constr at1on of two gUn gUnbdats g gtmbdtts n nbdjts
bdats in Japan JapanIts JapanIt JapanIts
bdjts
Its It Last Store Gone GoneI Goneochcstor GoneIocbester
I ochester Aug 16 16Ftre Fire destroyed destroyedthe
the th4only ionly store building left In Orleans by bythe b bth byth
the th fire that swept that village several severaliweaks severalwe severalweS
iweaks we weS ago
thrnl
THIRTY Jill JillLargest THO THOUSND THOUSNDMELONSARRIVE Nn NnMlON
MlON MELONSARRIVE MELONSARRIVELargest RRIVt RRIVtLargest
Largest Cargoes for foron Capita f
011 Twelve Schooners SchoonersBeside SchoonersB8tde SchootiersBeside
Beside the fact that 1MB 110 watermelons watermelonsthe watermelothe
the largest shipment at ever received In mWashington InWM inare
Washington WM lllton are being discharged at the theNinth taaeJ theNinth
Ninth J street wharf bart by a a dozea schooners schoonersfrom sehoo sehootroJa seboonersfrom
from Rappafeannock nUlN nnock Coan River and andEastern aadRuta andEamtaca
Eastern Shove two t monster acaooners acaoonersfrom claeoners seboonossfront
l from Maine Imcare are dtfeharging dleehergt ItS g 4100 tone toMfile eC eCtie If1eh
file filePar tie 1eh 1ehFor hare f fFor
For Par the balance of this hot Season Seasonthere bensonthere OA OAI
I there th is aerdMrtK Washington Wa will bve bveaU as re reall e eI
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all the Ice and watermelons wat < fdon it can a aluma jon QOftIQDM < jonsumc
sumc However there te acknowledged acknowledgedUkftihood adtnoWsedUQllbood acknowledgedUkIhood
Ukftihood that the prices ef t those com oommodlties COIDmoditiM comnbOdities
modlties will come eo down due to the hue hueneas Jaleof latenoes
neas of the season seasonLnrgest 8eUODLnrgellt om5sonLargest
Largest Schooner in Year YcnrsThe YearThe YearsThe
The ftvemasted schooner Magnus MagnusMorva MalnusMolft MagnusMOre
MOre which docked at the Ninth street streetwharf streetWbarr streetwharf
wharf Monday jvfth iL S4M 410 ton tOINI of ice iceis Ice Icet Iceis
is the first rst schoooer sch oor of this magnitude magnitudeto mag ltude ltudeto
to visit v Washington Hi more than Ave Hveyears AveYeartl liveyears
years Capt Toltock is in command comtnaadnHth eommQdwtth commandwith
with a crew of haaky tads from the therockribbed therockrlbHd thereckribbed
rockribbed State When their cargo is isdischarged IsI8eba1ed isdischarged
discharged the sailors wilt take in the thesights theI thesights
sights I hts of tho Capital of the nation nationThe naunThe nationThe
The other ship ip te a a fowinaster OUIlIuutter It ar arrived arrived r rdYed ¬
rived yesterday with 1JW tons of ice iceBoth IceBoth iceBoth
Both vessels are attracting crowds to tothe tothe tothe
the wharf in addition to the throngs throngswatching thronsswatcblnc throngswatching
watching the melons meloaeThe DtelGeLThe melonsThe
The largo cakes of t Ois Q Crosen rosen product productare productare productare
are bein being trucked to the status houses housesof sor housesof
of the Americas Ice Company CoIRPR The Ken Kennebec KenJMlee Kenashes
ashes Ice Company ef C Maine lIaln j JODlllall JODlllallthe consigned consignedthe xtstgQddthe
the Ice IceThe IceThe
The 111 schoonors uDloadl unloading the melons tnotonsare mol4mslire melonsare
are attracting the moat attention attentionStored attenUooStored attentionStored
Stored for Distribution DistributionAll
All the melons wilt be sold to Wa Washington Washing Washington ing ington ¬
ton consumers eon um rs and the produce prod ca cacltnta m moe moeelsant r rchants
chants Toy are being stored in the ice Iceb Icehouses
1 houses b uea of the Columbia ice Company for fordistribution fordJatrlbudon fordixIbodoa
distribution distributionThe dJatrlbudonTbe dixIbodoaThe
The crop on the Eastern Shore k the thelargest tb tbIarsMt thelargest
largest In many years ears It is said Water Watermelons WaternteloJlrS Watermelons ¬
melons has thrived this year oar as never be before betore before ¬
fore Almost every farmer has bA a field of ofthe ott ofthe
the t e fruit frutt and Is selling them them at prices be below beW1 below ¬
low the usual u Select melons are soiling soilingwholesale soilingolJe sellingwholesale
wholesale olJe at M O cents each and nd smaller smallerones smaJlerORM smallerones
ones at S cents centsWatte centsW1tHe centsWhile
While the melons were being unloaded unloadedyesterday unloadedyuarday unloadedyutwlay
yesterday buqttns bu of negro boys were On ORalt OnaU Onall
alt hands to grab all the broken melons melonsA melOnsA
A rush and scranib scr socmbisthore mble there was when any anyof Myof anyof
of the luscious 1 so10us fruit fr 1tt would fall 11 and and1break andbreak andbreak
break breakAfter breakAfter breakAfter
After this shipment it is thought there therewill thorewill
will 111 be very err little l1ttI demand for melons m lolJ in inWashington InWashlngton inWashington
Washington for the remainder of the sea season season seasod ¬
son son All the watermelon selling concerns concernsin concernsIn concernsin
in tho thoclty city are pretty well ell stocked 1 and andwith andwith andwith
with the e additional ad ltlo11 shipments it it is ex expocted ex expoctedmelon x xpocted
pocted poctedmelon melon eaters will have all they can canhandle C1 canhandle 1 1handle
handle until the season ends endsIce endsIce endsIce
Ice Now Almndnnt AlmndnntThe AlmndnntTh AiUfldflfltThe
The Th present price of ice per hundred hundredpounds hu hundredpounds 61red 61redpounds
pounds Is 30 0 cents With the huge quan quantities quantitles quantitles ¬
titles stored in the natural nntura11ce ice house h us on onthe onthe onthe
the wharf and the extensive production productionof produetlonot
of artificial Ice f e by b Washington factories factoriesit actorlcs actorlcsIt
it is thought that this price prl c will mt fall fallA falLA Jt JtA
A large fflrce of man arebu6Y re busy unload unloading ullloadIng uqloading ¬
ing the big schooner hooner Magnus Morse With WJtha
a big derrick the ice te hauled out 6f the thehold Ute1Iold thehold
hold and slid down d wn n shute to the ice icestorage leestorage Icestorage
storage storage rooms room of o the American Ice Com Co Copan Cornpany
pany pan S SWith5
panWith
With the cargoes of the two vessels 105801snow vesselsnow
now now unloading there th will wilIbe be approximate app approximate1p xlmate xlmately
ly i000 OQO tons of the natural staple 8t ple alone aloneIn aloneIn aloneIn
In the Capital CapitalIt Capital CapitalIt
It is said these two vessels will be tho tholast tholast theInst
last to bring ice to this port during durlngthe durlngthepresent tim thapresent timpresent
present summer summerInjured summerInJurcfl summerInjured
Injured While Dancing DnnclnprNowpprt Dnncln DnnclnNowpprt DancingNowpprt
Nowpprt Pv R L tug Ug 18 16caPt Capt Duncan DuncanElliott DuncmBlUott DuncanElliott
Elliott U S A A on leave le ve of absence absencefrom absoneefrom absencefrom
from his command command In the PhHUplnes is isconfined isconfined isconfined
confined to the summer home of Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs5
Mrs R Livingston Beeckman here heresufCerlns heN8utterlng heroiu11erIng
sufCerlns from a broken ankle Capt CaptKlliott CaptI CaptElliott
Elliott I l1Iott received his injury on Saturday SaturdayHTgTit s SaturdayflgTit turday turdayig
HTgTit ig 1t while a a guost at a dance given by byMrs b bIrs bydrs
Mrs drs Ogden Goolet He slipped and fell fellon lellon fellon
on the ball room floor floorCliarJcw floorObnrJe floorCliales
CliarJcw Ferdinand Lenepa e pu Dead DeadParis D DndParis ad adParis
Paris Aug 1G 16ChnrlosFerinand 16Charles Gharlos Ferlnand L Ion Ilnepu IonCpu n nepu
epu the French t lench composer died today todayHe toda todaHe todayEs
He was born at a Rouen In 1WO
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ALFONSO IS FRISKYDrowd FRISKY FRISKYrowd FRISKYDrowd
rowd Drowd Watches Him Try on Large LargePioture La Largeieture ge gePicture
Picture ieture Hat HatCowes HatCOWM HatCowes
Cowes Aug A H ttTlai1 This afternoon the theJoeen Uaeor theueen
Joeen ueen of Spain and Princess Patrtcte PatrIe of ofteaaaoght ofCOIUIavPt ofonatugbL
teaaaoght who are attending the re reifUta re reIif1ta reAIi >
ifUta AIi paid avistt to a a mlHtesrs IDIDIMrsft shop shopL
ft A L large Jars CS6 crowd gathered tbere4 outside to watch watchtkom watehPre watchthem
them tkom Presently Pre ntJ7 King Alfonso aDd aadrtocft andPilocs
PrIDe rtocft Maurice of Battenberg Batten came cameIJaag cameilong I
Jong aad joined the crowd to see whatj what whatIVU I Iwas
going on When they saw the cause eueeo causeof
o the excitement the King K aad prince princeuniered prlnceIJKered princeentered
entered IJKered the shop sbo where the lighthearted lightheartedSpanish UCbtbeartMspUuab lightheartedSpsnisb
Spanish monarch mooar b to the amusement of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the crowd was seen trying tr on a large laJ1eElcture largepicture
hat in an awkward man mim Mon fasMoaSTAPPATSTO MonBTANDPATB fashIonSTADPATS
BTANDPATB STADPATSH STAPPATSTO STAPPATSTOIIKINEBRAMA WEt WEtWIN
IIKINEBRAMA IIKINEBRAMABryans WIN H IN NEBRASKA NEBRASIKABrjans NEBRASKABryans
Bryans Candidate for the theSenate theSenate theSciiate
Senate Is Defeated DefeatedOma DefeatedOmaha I IOmaha
Omaha a Nebr N Aug H 1IL fiarijr returns returnsfxom returDS1Om returnsfrom
from the Statewide prtasartoe held ia iaNebraska 1aN InNebrsks
Nebraska N today tndfca IDdIaMe a standpat standpatvictory MDdpatVIct0l standpatvictory
victory for the Republicans aDd wet wetvtetoq wetfj wet wetvictory
victory ia both partita so far as candi candidates caDdldates caudidates ¬
dates are concerned bat a 1 dry victory victoryon VieoryplaUorm victoryOs
f fF1uthw IFurther
on Os platform platformFurther
Further indications iBdlca doa are that MetcuJf MetcuJfWNNajii XeteaKV MetcalfWi11t
WNNajii Wi11t V J Bryans Bryn s preferred candidate candidatefor eaadNatetOr eandMtefor
for United States Senator te defeated defea at atleast atle atleast
least le at two to one oneIn oneIn
In the Republican Re publican ranks standpatters standpattershave standpattershave
have va probably won hi most Congressional Coacresalonalcontests CoIapealoaalcioIItu Congressionalcontests
cioIItu contests bat have teat the governshlp governshlpwhich goyerDSblpidch govereshipwhich
which idch wflt w1 1M probably pr babl7 go to Aldrich ta taswgent insurgant
swgent 8UQDt Nerrte Neni8 insurgent 1 leader to the theattack theaUaek theattack
attack on Caaaon In the House 10U8e was
unopposed Returns Retll1 on t ttBrfr tb State login IeStatare loginte
tare have not been received rec8tved hi suSlelent suSlelentnumbers wftldeDtnambers sufilelantnumbers
numbers to base a result resultIn reeultIn resultIn
In the Democratic pramarles Hitchcock Hitchcockfdr mtrhooclctOr HitchcockOr
fdr Or So SbRd Sbn atw probably y has a a twotooae twotooaevote tOtooaeot twotoonevote
vote ot over Matealf editor of Bryans Bryan pa papor papOt paper
per pOt aDd Bryans righthand man Shal Shallenberger Sballeuerger Shsllenberger
lenberger for governor te running ahead aheadof aheador aheador
or Dahhnaa but the latter made surprte surprteing surprLlog surprislug
log gains sa in many districts and may over overtake OVBitake overtake ¬
take the leader 1et whoa AM the returns are all allin all1m allIn
1m in
1mThe
The race between bet1 en ShaUenberger nber er and andDahlman andDaJWuan andDahiman
Dahlman was the hottest of the election electionShaUeaberger eIed1oBSJaaUeftDerge electloaShallenborger
ShaUeaberger stands taaa against county op option OJ OJtlon opflea ¬
flea tlon but will sign a county option bill billif billIt billIf
if the legislature has one Dahlman D Is tean Isan isan
an out and out wet at candidate and an refuses refusesto refusesto s sto
to sign any prohibition bill which may maycoma mcomo maycome
coma before him himSenator himSenator himSenator
Senator Burkafct standpat republican republicancandidate repubIJcILDcandldato republicancandidate
candidate for reelection reel tton probably wins winsover winsover winsover
over Whecdon Wb cdon insurgent candidate m Nate for forthe forthe forthe
the nomination by a large Ja e majority majorityThe maJorlt7Tbe majorityThe
The insurgent vote for Wheedon te not notas BOtlIS notas
as heavy hea Y as ashad > had been expected expectedWEDS eXPfCtedi expectedWEDSIN
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i Atlanta Society Girl Foils Parents Parentsby Parentsl Parentsby
l by Ladder Route RouteAtlanta RouteI RouteAtlanta
I Atlanta Ga Aug 16 16Arra7od Arrayed only 0 ia iaher iaIter Inher
her nightgown and stockings stock Miss Co Columbia C0 C0lumbia Celumbia ¬
lumbia Cheek a prominent member of ofAtlantas ofAtlantas ofAtlantas
Atlantas younger tc1s ctal set t was mar marTied marded marned
Tied at t S oclock tiu d w to o Guy GuyBuchanan GuyBuchanan GuyBuchan
Buchanan Buchan n Buchanan 1wDtu1 a aud tel d MJsfe 1 Ml Cheek Cheekhave Cheekhave j jhave
have been engaged tor for some time but butthe butthe butthe
the girls parents pJentsWtterl bitterly opposed the thematch ernntch theC
match matchEarly rnntchEarl C S
Early Earl last night Miss I Cheeks parents parentslearned prenthiarnod parentslrnnd
learned that the Javets planned to elope elopeand eloDeat elopeand
and at 1 they the locked te girl In her room roomafter 1001IIIttar roomafter
after taking away aw awar her etothtag Buchan Buchanan ¬
an heard of his sweethearts predicament predicamentand pre4kameutand predicamentam
and am after midnight madnlrht went W t in an auto autothe to tothe tothe
the Cbeok home home l3y By throwing pebbles pebblesagainst pebblesaplnst pebblesagainst
against the window wthdo w ho attracted the thegirls thtgirls thegirls >
girls attention and andteun4 found her willing to toolopo toelope o oo1opo
elope though she admitted her scanty scantytrousseau acantytroUS500U scantytrousseau
trousseau trousseauBy troUS500UBy trousseauBy
By means ot O a a stepladder Miss Check Chpftkdescended ChplKdescended Checkdescended
descended from her room into the arxu arxuof arms armISof armsof
of hqr lover a4 was placed in the auto autoand autoand autoand
and hurried to th the rectory rector of Emanuel BmanuelBaptist EmanuelBaptist EmanuelBaptist
Baptist Church The Rev W L L OU OUmoro Cf1mora iItmore
moro was aroused < at 3 a II m and quickly quicklymade quicktymado quicklymade
made them m a5n n and wife wifeBuchanan wifeBuchanan ICe ICeBuch
Buchanan Buch nan went to a hotel rang up the theCheok theheok theCheek
Cheek heok home and ind told of the marriage marriagecoupling marr1agecoupling marriagecoupling
coupling it with 1th a request reQue t for clothing clothingfor clothintfor cloth rng rngfor
for the bride brldErln In a short while the brktes brktestrunks brk1 brtlestrunks s
trunks came accompanied with 1tl1 forgive forgiveness forgiveness forgiveness ¬
ness and a I leasing ltesslnSif
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Rn05 ROOSEVELT lT JOINS JOINSIN JOjNSINSURGENT
INSURGENT IN RGENT RANKS IMSIssues R RANKSi RANKSJssnes NK5 NK5Issues
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Issues Statement on New NewYork NcvYork ew ewYork
York State Situation SituationTOM SituationTOLDOF SituationTOLIYOJ
TOM TOLDOF OF illS TURNDOWN TDMDOWNOldGtiard TURNDOWNOld I IOld
Old OldGtiard Guard Selects Sele ts Sherman as asGonTention asConvention asConventiou
Convention Chairman ChairmanBarnesWoodruff OhairmanDnrnc ChairmanflarncsWoodrff
BarnesWoodruff Dnrnc oodru1t Crowd Wins Win by byVote byVote byVote
Vote of 20 to 15 l 11Grls Grlacom GrJs om An Announced Announced Announced ¬
nounced He Has Jln Roosevelt Roo eelta Sanc Sanction Sanction Sanetion ¬
tion to Present Name ame Before DeforeStato DeforeStatoC State StatoCommittee I ICommltteeCouvcntIo
Committee C mmlttceConentlon Convention Will nl Be BeAcid DeI Be1e1d
Acid I 1e1d eld at Saratoga September SePtembcrNew S7 S7New
5
New York Aug HVCol Roosevelt re received reccly recefynd ¬
ceived ccly d the news of his turndown by the theRepafcHcan theRop theRepblican
RepafcHcan State committee with mingled mingledemottoas mingledeaIO mingledomotlons
emottoas At Brat he appeared to b M M1IttIe a aMttJ auttt1
MttJ 1IttIe excited and angry when the news newstaajaa nlshIaa newsbegan
began trickling triek1 into the Outlook office officeAltar officeAl1er S SAfter
Altar h he had luncheon at the Macnat Macnatta Iaclwt Iaclwttu S Stan
ta tu with 11th William L L Ward national State Statecotasattteeman StateteeInan Statecommitteeman
cotasattteeman teeInan who voted oted against the thecolonel theeoIeJMI thecolonel
colonel at the meeting and after a short shortconference shortomiforence hort horteenf8leDCe
conference with Lloyd C Griscom Col ColRoosevelt CclReoesvelt I Iavllt
Roosevelt Issued a brief statement in inwMch in inwIdch ittwhich
which he hinted that the action of the thecommittee theeeauatttee thecommittee
committee was not unexpected by b him himTfce h1mrite himThe
rite colonel was not shocked when y ht > n he heheard heMud hehoard
heard that Mr Sherman was as going to
be a named for the temporary chairman chairnanof cha1rn chairmanship an anoC
ship of the convention conv ntion Mr Grisiom Grisiomother Grbomaat Gris ont ontand
and other had informed him of that ttwtCoL ta thatci t t00L
CoL Roosevelt knew also that he was Wa to tohe tobe tohe
he put in nomination by Griscom Grl com for the theconnty thecounty thecounty
county chairman had asked him if 1 he hemight hemJsbt hemight
might do < lo that tha and the colonel told him himto himto himto
to go ahead head He appeared to be pleased pleasedrather pleasedratbet pleasedrather
rather than angry at the result resultJust resultJust resultJust
Just what course CoL Roosevelt will willpursue willpunue willpursue
pursue in the fight for control of the con convention CODeDtlOD eonvention ¬
vention is not clear There is little 4 iubt iubttbt 4uhtthat < > ubt ubtthat
that he will attend as a delegate from fromNassau fromCount fromNassau
Nassau County Count provided of course he is isnot 19DOt t tnot
not named at the primaries There were werethose w werethose re retbGee
those in town who intimated that there theremight titer titermlabt theremight
might be another scrap to prevent preyc nt the thecolonel thecoloeel thecolonel
colonel from from getting Inside the hall but butthe butthe butthe
the cooler heads didnt put much stock in inthat Inthat Inthat
that thatRo
Roosevelt Ro eelt In Stirred StirredTbfcc Stirredmueh Stirred7b5much
Tbfcc 7b5much much te clear Col Roosevelts Rooseveltsfiafettoff Roo5ti1tsJlPt11i Rooseveltsgktin
fiafettoff gktin blood hv 8p p He placed himself himselfla hlna himselfle elt eltwrItiJw
la writing as c a progressive i resiIve in this tbl State StateaiaXav Stat StatIS StateA55he
aiaXav A55he is going totaaftafeis fight tfoa tfoaiMftCressive 1ong 1ongjISfreas1vs g glftk
iMftCressive lftk jISfreas1vs I Hue bIeI His statement statementexains statementexainsWI tement explains explainshis ex la1ns la1nsw
his attitude attitudeI attitudeTo attitudeTo
I To the various persons who vrhoaslced whoasked ho hoaked
asked me whether acther I would ac accept accept accept ¬
S
cept the position of temporary temporarychairman tcmpoImrchnlnnan temporarychairman
chairman of the State Sat conven convention conTention coarenlion ¬
tion I ARid that I would do Co Coonly 50only o oonly
only if they were cre sure after afterknowing1 afterknowInG afterknowing
knowInG my attitude that they theydesired tho thotlealred theydesired
desired me because zny m speech speechTvould speechwould speechreoulit
would be of such a character characterthat charactertJsat characterthat
that it might ml ht help if the conven convention CODentlon conrenlion ¬
lion nominated the right kind of ofn otn ofa
n man on a cleancut proeres proeresIve prOlrcJIItthc progreslve
tthc Ive platform but that it Would wonldhurt Wouldhurt vonldhurt
hurt if neither neJth r the right kind of ofman ofnann ofnina
man were nominated nor the therigrht tIterlgbt theright
right kind of n platform adopted ndoptcdFurther adoptedFurtbet adoptedFurther
Further than that the colossi had hadnothing hadI hadnothing
I nothing DO to say tonight The general im impression ImI Impresolon ¬
pression gained by those wno who saw Cot ColRoosevelt CotRoosevelt CclRoosevelt
I Roosevelt today after the results of ofthe orthe ofthe
the meeting had come out was thit the thecolonel thecoIooet thecolonel
colonel was satisfied sattsaet at present pre nt at atleast atMat atleast
least He H had a suspicion of what was wascoming wasCOIIdDI wascoming
coming he had informed Woodcnff and andothers adotbCn andothers
others of the stand he would take
ROOSEVELT IS DEFEATED DEFEATEDIN
IN FIGHT POR CHAIRMAN CHAIUMAlfNew
New York Ana A tIt was Old ld Guard GuardDay GuardDay GuardDay
Day In the Republican State Stat Committee Committeethis Comnltt Comnltttilts Committeethis
this afternoon James S S Sherman Sh nnn Vice VicePresident VcePresldnt VicePresident
President of the United States Stat was wasrecommended wasr wasrecommended
recommended r mmeDded as temporary chairman of ofthe o otJw ofthe
the State convention COD ntlon to be held at Sara Saratoga Sa Saato a atop ¬
toga to on September 27 and the name of ofCoL ofCot ofCcl
Cot Theodore Roosevelt exPresident exPresidentwas exPrfsicJeltturned
was turned down downBut down downBut downRut
But the fight ft < bt is not ended The con convention Onention convention ¬
vention delegates Ie ates < will decide finally who whokt whoto whoIs
kt to make mak the keynote speech in open opening n nIng ¬ 5 5lag
ing the meeting ID < The Th State committee committeesabrupt ommitt ommittabnspt s sabrupt
abrupt action simply 81mpl gave notice from tho thoold thoold theold
old guard ard to Col Roosevelt that all allthe allthe allthe
the old guardsmen had agreed r d to give givehim givehim < 19 19him
him a finish fight for the control of Re Republican Repub1 Republican ¬
publican pub1 an policies poUc In New York State StateWilliam StatelIllana StateWilliam
William lIllana Barnes rnes the Albany bos boss nom nominated nomted om ommated ¬ 1
mated ted Mr Sherman Then Lloyd Llo d C Gris Griscom Griscom Griscorn ¬
com president of the New York YO k County CountyCommittee CountyCommittee oW1 Y YCommittee
Committee moved to substitute Col ColRoosevelt Cf1ROO8eplL CoiRoosevelt
Roosevelt The Tb motion of Griscom was wasdefeated wa watlet wasdefeated
defeated tlet ted and Harry Mack or the FU FUtotnth F1tt Fittoruth
totnth t nth assembly aembl district 41Btrlct proposed to post postpone postne postppne ¬
pone ne the naming of the temporary t 1Dporal chair chairman ehairmsn hair hairman ¬
man until the n night before fOe the conven convention Cnv convention n ntton ¬
tion That motion also was wa lost and andSherman andSherman andSherman
Sherman wa Wall chosen e with no dissenting dissentingvotes dl dissentingvotes entlng entlngvotfI
votes Grlseom and Mack I k not voting Otn Th Thcommittee The Thacommittee Thecommittee
committee adjourned to meet on Monday Mondayevening AIon4a AIon4aevenlD5 Ionayevening
evening September Septem r 26 6 in Saratoga SaratogaGriscom SaratocGrJICOln SaratogaGriscoin
Griscom Pleads In Vain VainWoodruff VainWoodruit nln nlnWoodru
Woodruff WILs was chuckling with withcealed v vcealed t tcoaled
cealed joy when the committee turner turnerdcwn turn tlndnm turndcwn
dcwn Roosevelt The vote against the themotion themoUon themotion
motion to substitute 5Ub tltUtf tb the cxPreslrtents cxPreslrtentsname cxPrHldentsname oxPresidentsname
name for Shermans was 90 to 15 For Foralmost Foralmost Foralmost
almost aa hour before tOrftb the meeting Gris Grlscem GrisCOM Griscorn
COM had pleaded with Jimmy Wads Wadsworth Wad8worth Wadsworth
worth and other ot members of the old oldguard oldguard oldguard
guard not to take the contemplated ac action action action ¬
tion pointing out that that inasmuch as the theexPresident tbeexPresllQt thectPresident
exPresident had Mid he was going to tothe tothe tothe
the < convention be only was the th proper properman propelman properman
man to be temporary chairman c n In his hisseveral hisatYeral hisseveral
several talks talk with President Pre l t Taft he had hadtold hadtokl hadtold
told them Mr Taft welcomed the aeUv aeUvIty acUvIt actlvity
Ity of Roosevelt In this State and ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared much pleased that he was 8 willing willingto wWtn wWtnto w1uInto
to act as temporary chairman chairmanThe cha1nnnThe chairmanThe
The answer swer of the members T of the old oldguard oldrtIUd oldguard
guard had been to point out sneeringly sneeriaglythat SDMlmc11that sneeringlythat
that they the had the votes and that they theywould theywould theywould
would do do as a they tM pleased pleasedMr pleasedMr l lMr
Mr Griscom Grl com stated that Col Rome Roosevelts Booeevlts Romevelts ¬
velts name nam had been b < n placed before tore the thecommittee th6cfmmlttee thecommittee
committee with the th colonels sanction sanctionadding > I1CUon I1CUonatidt
adding atidt that President Taft also knew of otCoUnuec1 ofCotttiuued
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