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ICICLE OFFICE1SKULL OffICERKUll OffICER OFFICERSSKULLFRACTURED
SKULL SKULLFRACTURED SKULLFRACTUREDSaves KUll FUMED FUMEDSaves fRACTURERaves
Saves Three Women omen and andStops andStops am amStops
Stops Runaway Runawa Horse HorseFELLED HorseFELLED
FELLED BY AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILEThomas AUTOMOBILEThonlRS AUTOMOBILEThomas i
Thomas Circle Is the Scene olExcitement
Excitement ExcitementSecoud ExqitenlentS ExcitementSqconel
S Secoud co u1 Precinct Policeman J 1 W WPierson WPleraon v vPJerson
a
Pierson Removal nClUo l lhicon UI1conclon cionn to toEmergency t tEmergenc tnEmergency
Emergency Emergenc Ho 1IoItnI I08 i > itnl Where bere Phy Physician Ph Ph8lchtn PhylcIanz ¬
sician lcIanz Find He la L Probably Probubl Fa Fatally Putally n ntall ¬
tally tall Injured InJuredJInn I juredMnny Many Year in Serv Service Ser SerIce Service ¬
ice and Han Hn a Good Record RecordStruck RecordStruck RecordStruck
Struck by an automobile as he hewas hewas h hwas
was attempting to stop a a runaway runawayhorse runawayhorse
4 horse in Thomas Circle J r W V Pier Pierson Piersona Pierson1
son sona son1 a bicycle policeman of the Sec Second Second Second ¬
ond precinct yesterday afternoon afternoonreceived afternoonreceived afternoorreceived
received injuries which may m resulthis result resultin resulli
in i his death deathThree deathThree deathThree
Three women crossing the street streetas streetas t tS
as the horse dashed across acrb the circle circleowe circleowe S
owe their lives to the efforts of ofPierson ofPierson o oPierson E
Pierson who leaned from his wheel wheeland wheeland 1 1and
and pushed diem to a place of ofsafety ofsaf ol
safety saf t A few seconds later laterJ as he hewas hewas luwas S
was about to grasp the bridal of the theanimal theanimal thcanimal
animal the automobile struck stru k him himThe himTh himThe
The Th wounded officer was rushed rushedto rushecto
to Emergency Hospital in the auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile It was found that he had hadsustained hadsusta I
sustained susta ned a fractured skull and cit citand Cltand L
and bruises about the shoulders He Hewas Hewas H Hwas 1
was unconscious when picked up upFRIGHTENED upFRIGlIrEXED upFRWIITEXED
FRIGHTENED FRIGlIrEXED BY BASEBALL BASEBALLTho DASEDLITho UASEUALLFh
Tho Fh horse hor e owned by b E C Butterfleld Butterfleldof
of Arlington Va was attached to t a arunabout arunabout i t trunabout
runabout and was standing In front of ofthe ofthe o f fthe
the Alabama apartments at Eleventh Eleventhand Eleventhand I Iand
and N N streets northwest northw it Frightened by bybeing b bbelng3truc bbeing
being belng3truc strjiafe tttiOk kt with a a baseball thrown by byboys bybos b3 b3boys
boys pl pJt plQyIn < ln In the street the tJu horse horseran hor hors horsran e eran
ran down dow dos N street Into Thomas Circle CircleAt CfrQlt CIrIAt
At t the corner qf Fourteenth B urtctnthand urte nth nthwand wand wandtrets and X Xstreets NIItr
streets IItr trets Policeman POlecrn ln PJerson JignpSSl J r1ptm an < m his hiswheel hisWhe hi hiwh
wheel wh Whe and nd raoSd rao4 < i alongside a1ontd th hf runaway runawayhorse runawayhorse runawayhorse
horse As he he attempted to seize the thebtidle th thbridle i ibridle i
bridle the horse turned across the street str streetThe et etThe I IThe
The three women were crossing the cir circle clrC1t ¬
a cle C1t dc i unconscious of their danger dangerPierson dlilnger dlilngerPIerson dngorPierson
Pierson swung in front of them push pushing pushIng ¬
ing them backward as as the horse now nowrunning now nowrunning no norunning p
running toward Vermont avenue aV nue over overtook overtook overtook ¬
took him Pierson had seized the reins reinswhen reinswhen reinswhen
when the automobile which was owned ownedby ownedb owned ownedby
by b Dr George Cook came down Ver Vermont Vermont Vermont ¬
mont avenue struck him throwing him himfrom hImtrom Mn Mnfrom
from his wheel to the pavement pavementReKiiInn pavementRegninN t tRe
Re ReKiiInn nln CoiiNclau COIUIClouIJICaH COIUIClouIJICaHThe ColIMcioutneThe < mc mcThe
The Injured man was placed In the theautomobile thoautomobile thi thiautomobile
automobile and rushed to Emergency EmergencyHospital EmergenctHospital EmergoncHospital
Hospital where members of the staff as a ¬
slated by b Dr Brandeburg of the police policesurgeon poltcesurgeon policesurgeon
surgeon staff operated for or the thereller relief of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fracture At a late hour last night nightPlersons nightPlfrsons nightPiersons
Plersons condition could not be accurate accurately accurateh accuratedetermined ¬
ly determined The surgeons stated that thathe thathe thathe
he had regained consciousness for a few fewmoments tewmoments fewmoments
moments but It would not be possible to toascertain toascerh tonseertttln
ascertain ascerh n the entire entire extent of his injuries injuriesuntil Injuriesuntil injuriesuntil
until today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The superintendent of police was noti notified notified notifled ¬
fied of the mans Injuries and gave orders ordersthat ordersthat ordersthat
that no experts ox was to be spared to save savethe saethe savethe
the officers lifaPierson life lifePierson utoPler
Pierson Pler n has been a member of the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police force fo col many man years and Is one oneof oneot oneof
of the best known In the department He Hehas HelIas Hehas
has several times been mentioned for formeritorious fOrmerltoltous fornerttortous
meritorious conduct while on duty and andenjoys andenjo nndenjoys
enjoys enjo s the confidence of all his fellow fellowofflcers tellowofficers fellowotlicers
officers offlcersTHIEVES officersTHIEVES otlicersTHIEVES
THIEVES FIRE HOUSESheriffs HOUSE HOUS HOUSSheriffs HOUSESSheriffs
Sheriffs o of f4 Three Counties Search Searching Searching SearchS ¬
S ing for Robbers RobbersChicago RobbersChicago RobbersChicago
Chicago Sept 24 HRobbers Robbers early to today todaont today ¬
day daont entered red the beautiful 20000 OOO home homeof homeof homeof
of William E Muse credit man for John JohnV JohnY Johnq
q
V Farwell Co at Hlnsdale a suburb suburbseenteen suburbseventeen j jseventeen
seventeen miles west of Chicago and andalter andafter j jafter
after looting the house hO1s of rich rugs and anddraperies anddraporis j
draperies jewelry and silverware set setfire setfire setfire
fire to and attempted to kill Mr Muse MuseThe MuseThe j jThe
The interior of the house Is a wreck wreckSheriffs wreckS reck reckSher1t1s
S Sheriffs of three counties are working workingto
to capture the robbers The police policelearned poll polielearned e elearned
learned that the robbers after ransack ransacking ransacking ransacking ¬
ing the rooms soaked the furniture with withkerosene withkerosene withkerosene
kerosene and set fire to it itMr itMr itMr
Mr Muse MU > e was sleeping alone In gne ne of ofthe orthe ofthe
the upper bedrooms His family are areaway area areaway
away a wa
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS BRIEFSTrfunui BRIEFShtran BRIEFSTehersu
Trfunui htran PtmU Sept 24Th Mejlls or national nationalcotmcil nationalCOtn
4 council COtn l tad tnday y eltctrd XosirnlMulk utrtl ulk expremier expremierand exJMemlerand oxponnlerand
and minister of e If finance regent to succeed ue eed Aiadul AiadulMulk AuduI stzadujIdulk
Mulk I > tulk who died dirt on Thursday ThnradajrBna ThuooarBna ThursdayBoa
Bna Francisco Francls Sept 2LSpeedlng along the No NoTato Norate Io Ionto
rate road in an automobile Theodore Roowrelt Roowreltjr
jr and his bride accompanied l by y Mr and Mrs MrsRudolph JlraRudolph tiraRqdolpt
Rudolph SprtCkels were arrested by a policeman policemanwho Idlctmanwbo policemanbo
who bo hs4 h < 1 pot p t a barbed b4rb wire across the th load Th Thchauffeur Thchauffeur The Thechauffeur
chauffeur wa WiU permitted roennltt d to t put up a fine of ofand 4O 4Oand 8 8and
and the part Irty then ltn left leftMagdriburg leftagdlburg lflMagdeibnrg <
Magdriburg Sept 21 2lTke The Social Democratic con cancms con1Tl5 congrvba
cms 1Tl5 with klch has h been in UIIMI essie here all th week weekclosed weekrinsed ell ellcIr
cIr closed > > et1 vlUvMit any further reference to budget rot totIng rotjog rotin
jog in This Thu incident which was mated by b the South SouthUcrmane SouthOertnan6 SouthUcZlnanS
Ucrmane threatened o split the patty but it has hasapparently hasa1IllUentlr baaapparentir
apparently been 1t n smoothed over for another year yearReno 3earReno
5 Reno Net Sept pt 21 2JFire Fire In West itrect a red residence reddlnce reddeuce ¬
deuce quarter near the taiines buain center ttnt r early to today today today ¬
day th threatened tenfd to wipe Ipe out a a block of frame bulld bulldInjp bulld1Dp buildlx3ga
Injp It was finally got under control controlNorfolk ntml ntmlNorfolk ntrolNorfotk
Norfolk Va Sept HHcary rains in the South Southhare Southbl onth onthhare
hare bl eau CAlltIf cauae4 ed < 1 A steady d dtoeffMO w s Jo i the tr traffic tHc along the therariflus Uu Uuur4ms th thrari
rariflus rari us diiUions of the Seaboard Air fr Lino Railway Railwayand R Railwayand 1war 1warAnd
and tho t1 management today announced another cur ctirtailmcct curtAilment curtsllment
tailmcct in the work days in three shop repair de departments devartments departmenu ¬
partments vartmentsowdlnhain partmenuJtowdoinhto partmentsBowdolnhain
Bowdolnhain Me Sept 21 24Tbe The safe afe In the local localpostoffice locI locIpostonce localpostomce
postoffice was U blown open with nitroglycerine early earlytoday ealrwdAr earlyuday
today and roorethan SO lO in cash wa wu taken Three Threestrangers ThreeatnngffS ThreetrnngCrs
strangers ware W rercum eea near the postt tOSt poatc11oe lee oe at midnight midnightIVe midnl midnightWe lt ltc
IVe c Know Er Ef7 rjr Good and Reliable ReIlQbJeBuilder flcllubirBuilder I IBuilder
Builder in Washington Libbey Co I
WEATHER WEATHERFORECAST WEATHERFORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the theDistrict District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaPartl VirginiaPartlcloudy VirginiaPartlycloudy Partly Partlycloudy
cloudy today and a d tomorrow tomorrowwith tomorrowwith tomorrowwith
with possibly showers today todaycooler t tbdaycooler da dacooler
cooler tomorrow moderate vari variable variable van vanable ¬
able winds mostly southerly southerlySMUGGLES southerlySMUGGLES southerlySMUGGLES
SMUGGLES VIA AIRAviator AIRAviator AIR AIR5Aviator
Aviator Brings Flowers and an Cigars Cigarsfrom Cigarsfrom Cigarsfrom
from Belgium to France FranceParis FranceParis PranceParis
Paris Sept 24 Z4Thc The first case of smug smuggling smuggling smuggling ¬
gling by aeroplane was recorded on onThursday onThursdll onThursday
Thursday Thursdll when NleUprt won a cross crosscountry crosscountr crosscountry ¬
country countr race ace at the Maubege flying meet meeting meetIng meotIng ¬
ing near the Belgian frontier frontierHe frontierHe frontierHe
He landed at Grandreng and returned returnalwith returnedwith
with flowers and cigars with which he hehad hehad hehad
had been presented by young Belgian Belgianwomen BelgIanwomen BelgIanwomen
women He distributed the cigars among amongthe amongthe
the notables present who Included a aFrench n nFrencll 8French
French customs officer from the head headoffice headomcc headotflce
office officeThe omccThelatter otflceThe
The Thelatter latter automobilcd to Maubege la later later Iater ¬
ter In order to satisfy himself thatNleu thatNleuports thatNleltports thatNkttports
ports aeroplane was not prepared for forcontraband forcontraband forcontraband
contraband work workSOCIETY workSOCIETY
SOCIETY GIRLS FLY FLYAT FLYAT FLYAT
AT SQUAHTH SIIATU FIELDGlahalueV FIELDGraharneW1iite FIELD FIELDGrrahameWliife
GrrahameWliife GlahalueV hite Cuts Cn ts Aerial AerialDidos AerialDidoswitli
Didos Didoswitli with Passenger PassengerBoston PassengerBoston
Boston Sept 21 4Announced Announced to the thespectators thespectators thespectators
spectators as Miss Brown Miss Elea Eleanora Eleanora Eleanora
nora Sears a society girl made a rec recordbreaking reoordbrOftklng reeordbroeking ¬
ordbreaking flight with GrahameWhlte GrahameWhltethe
the English aviator in his big biplane biplanethis biplanethis biplanethis
this afternoon at Squantum SquantumIt
It was a record flight for a female pas passenger passenger pansenger ¬
senger bocause they were up eleven elevenminutes olevqnminutes olavonminutes
minutes find thirty thlrt seconds possibly po slbly the thelongest thelongest tIi tIilongest
longest time any an woman passenger has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been carried In an aeroplane flight In Inthis Inthis inthis
this country and also because White Whitemndo Whitemade hlte hltemado
made his biplane cut all kinds of aerial aerialcurlycues aerIalcurlcuC8 aerialcurlycues
curlycues curlcuC8The curlycuesThe
The grand surprise came when from a aheight aheight aheight
height of 159 feet f t the aviator let the bi biplane biplane hiplane ¬
plane slide ona on a sharp angle toward the theground theground theground
ground shutting shutting off the power at the thesame thesame thesame
same time me When 11en the machine struek struckthe struekthe struekthe
the ground with a decided decfd d bump It Itbounced itbounced
bounced Into tho air airWhite airWhIte
White llto slammed on the power and tho thobig thebi
big bl propellers caught the machine up lipinto p I IInto
Into full flight again aga n This was the theflrst thellrst
flrst time this sort of an aviation aviationbounce avIationbounce aviationbounce
bounce the bounce had been seen hero hereand heroanti
and the spectators spectatorsapplaude1 spectatorsapplaude1White applauded applaudedWhite applaudedWhite
White also took up Lieut Gov Go Froth ProthIngham FrothInsham Frothfngham
Ingham and afterward Miss Dorothy DorothyJordan Doroth DorothJordan DorothyJordan
Jordan a society soclet girl The other pas passengers Vl8sen puesengers ¬
sengers sen ers taken up u > were C H Taylor Ta lor Jr Jrof jror Jrot
of Boston oston and J IJpward tEdwards ilwurd y riJf > J1C J1CSwampscott o oSwampsoott ot otSwampscott
Swampscott The lieutenant governors governorsride gO govrnoratide rnor8 rnor8fide
ride was A ahriller thriller On Onthe the dotcefit dcetttthe dcettttheaviator tho thoaviator
aviator tipped the tb Mplane to an angle angleOf angl anglor angleof
Of 46 degrees and andgao gave Mr Ir Frothlng Frothlnghamo Frothlnghamo Frothinghamo
hamo the ride of his life to the ground groundThey groundTbey groundThey
They came down so fast and at such sucha
a a dizzy dizz angle uU lo that the audience thought thoughtthat thoughtthnt thoughtthat
that something was wrong There Thqre was wasa wasa wasa
a chorous of Oh and Ah and and many manyjumped man manjumpecl manyjumped
jumped from rom their seats B t8 in alarm When Whenthe Whenthe hen henthe
the biplane was within a yard ard of the theground theground theground
ground tho aviator brought br ught It to a hori horizontal horizontal botizontal ¬
zontal with ease and made a pretty prettylanding prettylanding prettylanding
landing landingALPS landingALPS landingALPS
ALPS FLIGHT IS OFF
Wey Weyniann eymann ann the American Aviator AviatorDecides AviatorDecides AviatorDecides
Decides to Abandon Attempt AttemptBrigue AttemptBrlgue AttemptBrigue
Brigue Sept 34 4Y 4Weyman Weyman ymlln the Amer American AmerIcan Amorlean ¬
ican aviator has decided to abandon the theattempt theattcmpt theattempt
attempt to fly fi across the Alps In the theBrlguetoMilan th thBrlguetoMJan theBriguetoMllan
BrlguetoMilan contest There will be beno beno beno
no more flights from here in the contest contestThe contestThe contestThe
The time limit expires on Monday MondayIt MondB MondBIt
It Is reported that Chavez will receive receivethe r receivethe ehe ehethe
the prize of 76000 francs J1SOOO 15t offered offeredfor ofreredtor offeredfor
for the flight although he failed to reach reachthe reachthe reachthe
the finishing point When he came to togrief togrlet togrief
grief at Domo dOssola he had com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted the roost difficult part of the jour journey journe journey ¬
ney ne the flight over the Slmplon Pass Passand Passand Passand
and the Kulm KulmDomo KulmDomo KuimDomo
Domo dOssola Italy Sept 24 24Goorge 24GoorgeChavez 24GeorgeChavez George GeorgeChavez
Chavez the Peruvian aviator who was wasInjured wasInjured wasInjured
Injured whlel alighting here yesterday yesterdayafter yeterdayafter esterda esterdaattor
after having crossed the Alps In his hismonoplane hismonoplane hismonoplane
monoplane passed a quiet night He Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not yet et fully tull conscious consciousNAVAL consciousNAVAL consciousNAVAL
NAVAL CUTTERS RACE RACENew RACENew BACENew
New York Sept 24 24An An Interstate naval navalmilitia naalmilitia navalmilitia
militia regatta was held today toda by b In Invitation InUatlon invitation ¬
vitation of the First Battalion New York YorkNaval YorkNaval YorkNaval
Naval Militia on the Hudson South SouthCarolina SouthCaroHna SouthCarolina
Carolina Ohio and New Jersey Jerse as well wellas wellas vellas
as New York were represented in the thevarious UtevarIous tilevarious
various races South Carolina won the thefirst theUrst thedrst
first race a competition for six oars In Inwhale Inwhale inwhale
whale boats They The finished five e lengths lengthsahead lengthsahClld lengthsahead
ahead of the First Battalion of New Jer Jersey JerBe Jersey ¬
sey Be The First Battalion of New York Yorkwas Yorkwas Yorkwas
was third Three lengths separated third thirdand thirdand thirdand
and fourth the place the Marylapders Marylapdersearned Marylajidersearned Ma3lapdersearned
earned The winning crew took the thePortsmouth thePortsmouth tilePortsmouth
Portsmouth trophy shield presented by byCommander b bCommander byCommander
Commander E McC Peters Naval Re Reserve Reserve Reserve ¬
serve New Jersey JerseyAn Jcrse JcrseAn JerseyAn
An Interstate cutter race for tenoared tenoaredcrews tenoaredcrews tenoaredcrews
crews over a onemile course was the thenext thenext
next event New York and New Jersey Jerseywent Tersaywent ersey erseywent
went to the line for this and had a fierce fiercestruggle fiercestruggle fiercestruggle
struggle of it hTe match ended In a adead a adead adead
dead heat heatA heatA heatA
A twomile race of tenoared cutters cuttersfor cutterstor cuttersfor
for the naval militia championship of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States was the concluding event eventof eventof eventof
of Ole day da This was won by Ohio by bythree brthree bythree
three lengths from rom South Carolina No Notime NoUme Nothee
time was taken In any an any of the races racesRctnrns ra raceq raceqReturna e eRctnrns
Rctnrns After Thtrtyftoven Yenrs YenrsFrederick YenrFrederick YenrisFrederick
Frederick Md Sept 24 24Harry Harry Hnrr Sin Sincell SlnccH Sincdl
cell of Oakland Md who was born In InFrederick InFrederIck InFrederick
Frederick Is visiting his native heath heathfor heathfor heathfor
for the first time In thirtyseven years yearsMr YearsMr ears earsMr
Mr Slncelf Stncell is accompanied by b Mrs Sin Sincell Sincell SIncell
cell and their three daughters Misses MissesDouglas MissesDouglas MissesDouglas
Douglas Leah and Margaret They are areon lireon areon
on their way wa to Washington In Mr Sin Sincells SInceUs Sincells
cells big touring to rJng car carLaunch carLnuI1cb carLaunch
Launch Goes 41 Miles Iiles nn Hoar HoarLondon hourLondon JOur JOurLondon
London Sept 24 2tRemarkable Remarkable results resultshave resultshae resultshave
have been obtained from a motor launch launchtwentysix launchtwent 1aunhtwentysIx
twentysix twent slx feet long built by b Thorny Thornycroft Thornrcroft Thornycroft
croft to to demonstrate the new hull de design design dealga ¬
sign The boat attained a speed of forty lortyne fortyChe fortytfne
Che ne miles an hour which w lc1 Is unprece unprecedented unprccedented unpracedented ¬
dented for a vessel essel of her hersize hersizeAlt size sizeAll sizeAll
All the Beat of Them brut Buy Thel j
Lumber from us Frank Libbey Co i I
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SENATOR HUGHES ILL ILLCondition ILLCondition ILLCondition
j
Condition Made Worse by His Over Overwork Overwork Overwork ¬
work in Colorado Politics PoliticsDenver PoliticsDenver PoliticsDenver
Denver Colo Cob Sept 24 4Charlos Charles Jf JfHughes J JHughes Jrhughes
Hughes United States Senator from Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrude ¬
rado is suffering from a breakdown duo dueto duoto duoto
to overwork Physicians have ordered orderedhim orderedhim orderedhim
him to California and he has gone there thereaccompanied theroaccomptlnled thereaccompanied
accompanied by his sons and daughterin daughterinlaw daughterInlaw daughterinlaw
law and his personal physJcian physJcianSenator phlolcfanSenator phyaIeianSenator
Senator Hughes condition Is serious orious II IIhas lIe lIehas hItthas
has been in 111 health since inco tho flrst of thet thetyear Ute Ute3ear therear I
year Ills condition wan made worse by byoverwork byoorwork byoverwork
overwork during tho last session of Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress gressThe gressThol grossThe
The Thol Intense lense heat and the enervating enervatingclimate enonatlnggllmate enervatinglimate
climate of oCo Washington astiington 2 serlqusly q IY nffeoted nffeotedhim ufCetedhint rr Q etl etlhIm
him Ho took a long rest after reaching reachinghome renol1lnghome reaehinghome
home bur could not keep out of otpolltics otpollticsand politics politicsand polltfcsand
and his labors during tho recent ent State StateDemocratic StateD Stateteniocrittlc
Democratic D moeratlc convention caused a collapse collapseJOY collapseJOY onapseJOY
JOY RIDERS FIND FINDDEATH FINDDEATH FINDDEATH
DEATH IN ll WATER WATERSix
Six Members Membero Memberl o of Auto l O Party raltJPerish PartyPerish PaityPerish
Perish at New Orleans
Now Orleans Sept 21 UAn An automobile automobilecontaining automobilecontaining Lutornobilocontaining
containing six persons who had been beonjoy beenjO beenjoy
joy jO riding all night plunged Dlu ged at 3 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning over the th embankment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the new basin canal about haltovfty hal w be 00tweon betweon
tweon the city c1t and West ost End a pleasure pleasureresort pleaijureresort pleaflreresort
resort wont down about fifteen feet to tothe totho tothe
the water turned turtle and settled to tothe tothe tothe
the bottom of the canal pinning all the theoccupants th6occupants theoccupants
occupants of the machine under the theheavy thohea theheavy
heavy hea car anB drowning all of them themA themforce themA
A force of workmen was at once put putto putto putto
to work trying to remove the car but butsucceeding butmcceedlng butsucceeding
succeeding In recovering only onl four of the thebodies thebodies thebodies
bodies One was that tha t of Thomas Boot Boettlar Boott1or Boottier
tier owner and driver of the machine machinewho machinewho machinewho
who resides here Another of John Free Freeman Frooman Freeman ¬
man salesman for the perfumery perfumc house houseof housoor blouseof
of Lazelle > Dalley Dalle Co of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The body of a young oung woman recovered recoveredwas recoveredwas recoveredwas
was Identified as that of Miss liss Marian MarianGibbons MarianGibbons MarianGibbons
Gibbons aged twentytwo residing at atthe atthe atthe
the Bush Hotel In this cit The body bodyof bod bodof
of a second young woman recovered last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night was identified as Miss Daisy Hawk HawkIns Hawl5Jns Hawkins
Ins of 1010 Canal street New Orleans OrleansThe OrleansThe OrleansThe
The workmen were obliged to abandon abandonthe abandonthe abandontile
the attempt to raise the big car ce r and a alargo alargo alarge
largo dredge boat was ordered to the thescene thescene thescene
scene to try to get It up and recover recoverthe recoverthe recoverhe
the he other bodies Freeman had been In Inthe inthe
the the city clt about ten days and Is said to tohave tohave tohave
have been stopping at the St Charles CharlesHotel CharlesHotel CharlesHotel
Hotel He Is about thirtysix years ears old oldand Oldnnd Oldand
and crippled crippledPolicemen crippledPolicemen crippledPolicemen
Policemen who were on duty dut at the theHalf theHult thehalf
Half Way House near which the auto automade automade automade
made the plunge say they heard It com coming comIng corning ¬
ing and that It must have be been n golngnt golngntfully gotogntfull goingatfully
fully full forty miles an hour when It turned turneda
a sharp curve In the road and went over overthe overthe overthe
the bank bankSETS bankSETS bankSETS
SETS NEW TENMILE RECORD RECORDRalph RECORDRulllh RECORDRalph
Ralph De Puma Drive Dh Drives Ninety XlnctyUorielloUCr NinetyhIorepower lnety lnetyHortepower
Hortepower Cur at Great Speed SpeedPhllKlclphla SlteetlPhfll1iI SpeelPhiIsdlthia
PhllKlclphla Phfll1iI > hla Sept 24Ralph Ralph De Pal Palma Palma Palinn
ma lu 1 his 90horsepower Flat set a anew anew anew i
new itfle lIe American track tr ck record and anda anda
a lit l nemlle ne mUe Pennsylvania track rec record record record
ord at the Norrlstown Automobile Clubs Clubsmeet ClubsI Clubsmeet
I meet at the Belmont Driving Club track tracknear track tracknear tracknear
near Narberta today todayHis todU todUHis todayHis
His time for the ten miles was 8 min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes 3115 31 15 seconds which Is 645 6 45 seconds secondsbetter se onds ondsbetter t tbetter
better than the previous mark for the thedistance thedIstance thedistance
distance established over the course at atSt atSt atSt
St Paul Minn MinnCouple MinnCouIlle MInnCouple
Couple Married at 2 A 31 31Williamsport U UWilllamsport r rWilllarnsport
Williamsport Md Id Sept 24 24Eloplng Eloping
to this place from their home In Berk Berkeley Bcrkele Berkcloy ¬
cloy ele County Count West Virginia ate at night nightMiss nightMiss nightMiss
Miss EllaStuckey Ella Stuckey and Benjamin Files Filesboth Fliesboth FIleSboth
both of Jones Spring were married at at
2 a m by b Rev Re Dr D Upton Bair pas pastor pastor pastor ¬
tor of the Lutheran
Church The Th
young youngcouple youn youncouple youngcouple
couple left home about abo t midnight ana andidrove anadroe I Idrove
drove to the ministers mlni ters home homeReduced homeIttducetl homeReduced
t
Reduced Ittducetl Round Trip Fares Fare Via Ia
Southern Railway every day to October
12 to Knoxville Tenn account Appa
lachlan Exposition ExpositionFrank EXIositionFrank ExpositIonFranl
Frank Llbtey Co CtkX 6th N Y Ave Te
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REJECTED SUITOR SUITORATTEMPTS SUITORATTEMPTS SUITORATTEMPTS
ATTEMPTS SUICIDE SUICIDEGirls SUIOIDEGirls SUICIDEGirls
Girls Scream Brings Help Helpfor Helpfor Helpfor
for Young Alexandrian AlexandrianEEBADS AlexandrianLEADS
4 4LE4DS
LEADS FOR HAND IN VAIN VAINFinal VAIN1llInl VAINFinal
Final Anjnver Ann we Cause Jnnies Jnnlt Cook to toShoot toShoot toShoot
Shoot UluiHplf lhllH U in l n hrqant rcugt I t After AfterThree AfterThree ft r rJlrce
Three Jlrce Hour Futile l 1 tl1e Efforts j to Win WinH W1nMIaa II IIliMa
H tut tutMlftB
MlftB liMa ViudHoeU Council to Mar ilnrrliiKe MarriugeArancil 3lnrrlugcrmctl
rliiKe rlugcrmctl Armed for His XJeetl XJeetlBecauso DcclBooaue Deed DeedBocauao
Becauso Ills sweetheart would not marry marryhim rnnrryhim merryhim
him James Cook twenty tw roars old of of101S ot1t1J
101S Cameron street uMt Alexandria A shot t WIn Maiself WInselt himself
self through the left hwg 1u vg at 11 1131 last lastnight lutnight Iatnight
night at the hone of Jaoioc J M Davis DA8 Lv 1386 1386Vrinc 13IJIPrlnce l lPrInc
Vrinc street AjexaMlrift Je rt He H f was taken takento taktnto taknto
to U 01 Cltr Hospital and M I not expected expectedto
to live liveAosopflfng u uAMOfItIfng liveAesocdtng
Aosopflfng to PoHeomui Nicholson the theI theDavie theDavis
I Davis boat h te I where wb < < e young onng Cook vhrfted vhrftedj viaftedhis ted tedhis
j his swostlHwrt wfcsco v o name is Miss U
Windsor Site is a rristtlra iIIa1tge of the th Da Davlet D DJ Dathe
vlet J tei the officer sayo and Ia about ab ut eigh eighteen eighteen aighteen ¬
teen years old oldArmed oldrJllctl oldirnied
Armed rJllctl for Hi Ills Deed DeedWhen DeedWhen DeedWheit
When Cook called on her last aeet night he hehad hehad lithad
1 had a pistol concealed in hte hk hip pocket pocketand pocketRnd pocketand
and after pleading for several hours for forher forher forher
her consent and when she gave her final finalnegative tlnalnegative I Inegative
negative answer he bade her a dramatic dramaticfarewell dramattefarewell dramaficfarewell
farewell drew the pistol from his pocket pocketplaced pocketplaced poeketplaced
placed Usa muzzle to his breast and andpulled antIpul1ol I IPUIIOl
pulled the trigger triggerA trl er erA
A shot and a scream scre m brought Mr MrDavis MrDavis r rDllvls
Davis and other members mem IJrs of the house household botehold hoiseehold ¬
hold to to the the veranda whore tho young youngpeople youngpeoplo Otmgpeoplo
peoplo had been talking tAlk1n They found foundCook foundCook I ICook
Cook where he had fallen the girl stand standing tttix1 tttix1Ing taiiding ¬
ing near with 1th her hands clasped to her herforehead herforehead heiforehead
forehead unable to speak from fright frightThe frightThe frightThe
The pistol at her feet told what had oc occurred oecurrod occurred ¬
curred The police were notified by b tele telephone telephone teicphone ¬
phone jiml md Policeman Nicholson reached reachedthe roochelthe I Ithe
the scene within a tow minutes He Helaw Helawthat saw sawthat sassthat
that Cook had been fiUtaUy fRltnn shot and andsummoned ftndsummoned I Isummoned
summoned sn au n ambulance In which he hewas hQwas he I Iwas
was hurried to t the hospital hospitalCook hospitalCook hospitalCook
Cook was the son on of J Thomas Cook Cookwho Cookwho Cookwho
who is well knOW in Alexandria A bxanc1rta and andhas andhas I Ihas
has been employed lately latel as a presser In Inan Inan I Ian
an Alexandria Al xandrllL tailor shop shopSTAIELNGS shopSTALI shopSTALDINGS
STAIELNGS STALI NGS DISMISSAL SURE SUREOwner SUREOwucriull SUREOwner
Owner Owucriull Kurrel of New Xl York Yankees YankeesCerfniii YllnJeesC YankeesCertain
Cerfniii C rtnlll to Xante Clm ChllP1e ChllP1eClevclan ClinneCleveland e eCleveland
Cleveland Sept 24 2t 24George George eorge Stalllngs Stalllngsthe StaI1lngsthe Stailingstime
the New York Yankee manager will be betold betold b m mtold
told tomorrow when Owner Frank Frapk Far Farroll Farrell Farroll
roll arrives In New York that he no nolonger nolonger nc nclonger
longer Is on the Job < Farrell let lethore hare to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night ater the Inquiry into charges of In Insubordination Inmbordlnntlon Insubordination ¬
subordination and laying Jaylngdown down against againstHal againstHal I IHal
Hal Chase the star first baseman with withthe withthe 1 1the
the message to Stallings Chase probably probablywill probablywill t twill
will be ermally announced as manager on onthe ontho ox I Ithe
the heels of the dismissal of tSalllngs tSalllngsThlp tSalllngsThl1l tSalllngsTltI
Thlp TltI belief Is based on Owner Farrells Farrellsown r arrellsown S Sown
own comment today on the Investigation Investigationand
and the announcement last night by Ban Bani BanTohnson Bin BinJohnson
Johnson president of the American AmericanLeague AmerlcnnL AmoricarLeague
League L abU that the charges against Chase Chaseare
are utterly absurd absurdOCEAN absurdOCEAN absurdOORAN
I
OCEAN LINERS IN RACE RACEThe RACETlte RACETue
The George Washington Rents St StPiiul StPntl StPzel
Piiul and nun the Amcrika AmcrikaPlymouth AtuerUtPln tuterllziPlymouth
Plymouth Pln outh Sept W 4The The steamship steamshipGeorge
George Washington of the North Ger German Germoan Ocrinan ¬
man moan Lloyd Steamship Company hnlshed hnlshedfirst finished finishedfirst I Ifirst
first today toda In an alUgdl threecornered threecorneredrace I Irace
race from Crom New York between that ves vessel vessd es essel ¬
sel sd and the Amerlkn o the th Hamburg HamburgAmerican HamburgAmcllcan HamburgAmerican
American line and Sf s Paul of the In International International Internatlonal ¬
ternational Mortianrt llm < tantl Marine Company CompanyThe CompanyFhe CompanyThe
The St St Paul flnl Hut1 md pd the Amer AnierIka AmerIka AmerIka
Ika third thin The Si S ted ts ed out Sandy SandyHook SandyHoole Sanc1 k kHbolc
Hook at 1125 a m 1 Saturday the theGeorge theGeorge thi S SGeorge
George Waslilhgtoiirat Wastlf gto90at 1140 and the theAmerlka theAmerlkl th C CArnerika
Amerlka at 1141 114 114125DnUhno h145125BaltImore
9125 5125BaltImore 125DnUhno Haltlmorc e anti Return ReturnBaltimore ReturnDnltlmore Rctuthhiabtiniore
Baltimore fc Ohio Ohf H R REvery REver3 ItEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday Sunda All A1Itralna trains train
both ways both days except Royal Lim ¬ i
ited ItedCnll itedCall j i iCall j
Call md tind < Talk it Over O r vlth Ub Us Before m
You ftart tart to build Llbbey Co Coli
li
BIG MILLS CLOSED CLOSEDBankruptcy CLOSEDBankruptcy
Bankruptcy Petition Throws 2000 2000Hands 2000Hands 200 200Itands
Hands Out of Work WorkUtica WorkUUca
Utica Sept 24 4The The extensive mills of oftbe ortile o otbe f
tbe Robert Mackinson Company at t Little LittleFalls LittleFal1s LIttI a
Falls employing nearly 2000 008 band hands in inthe Intb ii It
the tb manufacture of o knit SK goods > fl tavg sve been beenclosed beencIoeed beoi beoicioaed rt
closed following the filing of a a wHtiUary wHtiUarybankruptcy iuUar mlary mlarybankruptcy I
bankruptcy petition > > et1t1on In United Slates Slatescourt SlatyDOpCt I
court oons t in this thl city and the the appointment of ofa ofIt o f
oit
a receiver by Judge Ray at Norwich Norwichupon NorwJcItpon Norwicupon it
upon pon the application of Charles A Miller Millerrepresenting MillerreproseaUng
representing the Utica Trust and De Deposit DePGSIt Dsposit
posit Company CompanyTht ComPAnyTht CompanyTht
Tht big mills will not resume t operations operationsuntil OPen1tIonunl1I S
until ater ttteI lei the first meeting of the ored oreditpfy orcd1tp
1tp itpfy qiloh f lolt will t be held qn In Qcttber Oo bpr 8 8SftBttaftilo 8rltn 1
SftBttaftilo sThaflMYiLio rltn NloCblJIM Gnft CIir1ea > l B B Mason 1JnsondfNWg 1JnsondfNWgeIt df t1t < tWs tWsty thi thiity s
eIt ity ty > will m act as 8 twrtumporary th luraporary receiver receiverIB etoIerI
IB I round numbers the asseta of the theconcern tneconCfT th a
concern are substantially 5800001 tiOOon JO00 The Thei ThelIablUtlN1 Tb Tbliabilities a
i liabilities are about 1500000ffi 1tOOoroBRAVES 1500000 lfOOOOOBRAVES
BRAVES WHIRLPOOL WHIRLPOOLIN ll1RLPOOLII
ll ffi A BARREL B RREL BOAT BOATW BOATBohbJ I IBobby II
Bobby W Leach Di Did I Not Mind MindEouofimess MindRou 1 1Itouginiess I
Eouofimess Rou hlless of Ride HideNiagara RideNiagara
Niagara Falls Sept Se t 24 xIero Mere than nine nineyears niney nba e 8
years y have passed p aed since the whirlpool whirlpoolrapids whirlpoolntpks 1
rapids of Niagara have been conquered conqueredby eGINIU8IOOby eon4ue el 1
by a human beta being In a a barrel boat and andthus andthus an anthus d 1
thus the trip of Bobby Bobb Leach this aft afternoon attrno aft L ¬
La
ernoon rno n had something a a bit unusual in init InIt I Ior a i
it for or newcomers to the falls fallsLoach CaUsLORCh fallsLeach
Loach started from the old Maid Iaid of the theMist thelUt tb e eMist
Mist landing andtn towed by a boat at 130 130oclock 130oclock 3 9
oclock At 357 he was plunging over overthe overthe ove ovethe it r
the first wave of the rapids and the next nextminute nextminute nem nemminute
minute was wa shooting over O r the giant gianteombers gianteombers glar glarcombers
eombers that crowd themselves them eleiJ between betweenthe betweentho betweethe
the narrow banks of the gorge gorgeLike gorgeLlko gorgaLike
Like lightning he was shot through throughtho throughtho througthe
tho Voagh rough rapids and out onto the bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom of the whirlpool his barrel drifting driftingvery drlrungvory driftin driftinvery
very nicely over the rough waters He Hewa HeWtUi 11 11waa
wa WtUi first carried way wa over to the Cana Canadian Canadln Cantthan ¬
than shore but as nobody was there therethe lat lattho at atthe
the time he wa was left to the mercy mere mercyof of the thecurrents Utecurrents Ui IC ICcurrents
currents currentsFor currentsF currentsFor
For F r nearly an hour he tossed around aroundthe aroundtho aroun d
dii
the maelstrom currents now hurling him himhere himbore bib bibhere ii
here no no wthere and occasionally awhirl awhlrlwould awhirlwould rl rlwould
would suck his barrel out of sight sightFinally slgbtFinalI sightFinally
Finally FinalI helpers reached the whirlpool whirlpoolShore whirlpoolshoro il ilto
Shore and as Leach and his barrel came cameclose eamoclose cam camcioo to
close by bDrtftwood Driftwood Point the barrel was wascaught ws wscaught VasMught
caught by a pike pole in the hands of ofWilliam ofWUllam c
William Hill and very vor > soon after Leachwas Leach Leachwas Leac Ii
was being helped out of the barrel on ontltci to totho totho 0
tho shore shoreHe shoreHe shoreHe
He was glad to be alive and laughed laughedat la1sheqat ci ciLS
at having the trip even though he was wasconcealed wascon wa waconcealed LS
concealed con cooled in a barrel Leach announced announcedtonight announcedtonight announce d
dr
tonight that he would make another anothertrip anothertrip anoth anothtrip r
trip at 4 oclock Sunday 5unda afternoon as he hedoes hedoos Ii e edoes
does not mind the roughness of tho ride rideIt rideIt rid a aIt
It will be recalled that the last to make makethe makethe mah C Cthe
the rapids barrel trip was Maud Wlllard Wlllardon WIlIarSeptember YIIIRrd YIIIRrdon
on September 7 1901f 1901 and that she drifted driftedforhours drltedfor drifte i iforliours
forhours for hours about the pool until her life lifewent litewent lii e eLS
went out so that when her barrel was wasopened wasopenccl wa LS
war
opened she was found lifeless while her herpet h hi hipet r rpet
pet dog was alive and leaped to shore shoremost shoremost slios O Omost
most joyously jo joyouslyhAS ousl ousllIAS
o HAS THIRD SET OF TWINS TWINSDomichell TWINSDomlcltcl1l TWflSDomielielil
Domichell Told to Write ritc to Mr MrRoosevelt li Ir IrRoolJceIt r rftoOseeit
Roosevelt for a Prize PrizeGreensburg PrizeGreet1sburg PrizeGreonsburg
Greensburg Pa Sept 24 24Announclng 24Announclngthat Announcing Announcingthat ig igthat
that for the third time twins had arrived arrivedin arrIvedin urrivi d dIn
in his home Domenclo DomlchollI who wholives whoIICb wI 10 10Id
lives near here went to all the tltecity city and andcounty Jlndcounty at Id
county officials today In search of some someman someman son sonman is
man who would wo ld give a prize to a father fatherwho tatherwho fathi mc mcwho
who had so promoted the birth rate He Hewas Hewas I Ic Icwas
was told to towrlte write to Mr Theodore Roose Roosevelt Rooovelt Boos a avolt ¬
velt He left for home saying ho would wouldtell wouteltell wou i itell
tell Mr Roosevelt all about his anti antirace antirace ant antrace
race beliefs beliefsTrijps belletJTrlI beliefsTrIg
Trijps TrlI TrIg to End Ilin lli Life LifeGolngton LltcColngton LifeCoington
Golngton Va Sept 24 24Arthur Arthur Pendle Pendleton Pendleton 0 0ton
ton better known as oI1ug Tug clerk at tho thoCovlngton thoCovington U tie tieCovlngton
Covlngton Hotel attempted suicide sulcld this thismorning thismorning Ui its itsmorning
morning by 1 shooting himself through the thebreast thebreast ti lie liebreast
breast with a 38callbre revolver He is isatally i iarolly isatally
atally hurt
912 1 12 to Baltimore nnd nn Return 1
Today via 18 Baltimore Ohio R RFrnnk R BFrnnk 1 1Frank
Frnnk Llbbey fc Co 0 6th < h t N Y Ave y r
Will help you ou get the th house YOU want wantf war it itA I
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A
LINER BREAKS
The Huron Is Anchored Near Dia Diamond Diamond Dianiond ¬
mond Shoals Light LightNorfolk LightNorfolk LightNortoik
Norfolk Sept 24 2tA A dispatch received receivedby receivedby receivelby
by the United Wireless Telegraph Corn Convpany Com Company CornIany
pany this afternoon says that the Clyde ClydeLiner ChdeLiner CydeLiner
Liner Huron from Jacksonville to New NevYork NewYork NewYork
York with freight trel ht and passengers Is Isanchored Isanchored isanchored
anchored twentyfive miles southwest one onehalf oJehalf
half west of Diamond Shoals lightshIp lightshjpwith lightshIpwUh iightzhjpw4th
with a broken propeler shaft The Huron Huronwill Huronwill Huronwill
will probably prQbabl be towed to New York bV bythe bVthe bVthe
the Clyde Liner Navahoe NavahoeThe NamhoeThe NavahotThe
The Clyde line reported tonight to night that thatthere thatthore thatthere
there were about fortysix passengers passengersaboard passengersnboltrd
aboard the Huron The officers of the theline theUn theiin t
line Un here say s y that they entertain ent rtaln no nofears noears nofears
fears ears as to her safety When the shaft shaftbroke shaftbroke shaftbroke
broke the Arapahoe was within call by bywireless b bw1relQss
wireless and arid she he Immediately received receivedorders receivedorders receivedorders
orders to stand by the Injured vessel un until unUl until ¬
til the Navahoe which was following followingthe followlngthe followingthe
the Huron closely close came como up The TheNavahoe TheNPNahoe TheNvahoe
Navahoe received orders to tow the theHuron theHuron theHuron
Huron to New York She left Wilming Wilmington WilmIngton WiImIngton ¬
ton N C yesterday afternoon The TheNavahoe TheNaaho
Navahoe and the Huron ought to reach reachNow reach1ow reachow I
Now 1ow ow York on Monday night nightIn nlghtIn nightIn
In case the Navahoe Na vahoe has any trouble troublethft troublethe troublethe
the Mallory liner will pass a line to toth toUt
th thHuron Huron and bring her to port The TheClyde TheClyde TheClyde S
Clyde liner RIo Grande is at present presentnear presentnear presentnear
near the Huron and can be depended dep nt100 on onto onto orto
to help her In case C B the weather should shouldturn shouldturn shouisturn
turn for the worse worsePRESIDENT worsePRESiDENT
PRESIDENT TAFT TAFTRETURNS TAFTRETURNS
RETURNS TODAY TODAYCabinet TODAYtOabinet r
4
tOabinet Cabinet Members Gathering Gatheringfor Gathciin
for Meeting MeetingPresident Meetingi MeetingFrosldent
i
President Taft will arrive In Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton early this morning morningThree morningThree
Three members of the Cabinet CabinetSecre CabinetSecretary Secre Secretary ¬
tary of State Knox Secretary of the In Interior Intenor ¬
tenor Bnllinger BltUln or and Secretary of Agri Agriculture Agrculture AgrJculture ¬
culture Wilson WUt V1Isonbtvc n7 Save avo already alrend returned returnedSecretary roturnodSeeretary
Seeretary of the the Treasury MacVeagn MacVeagnwill I5eVellsbWill I
will w ill arrive today toda And Ji d Secretaries Nagol Nagoland NaGoland Nagend 1
and a nd Meyer and Postmaster General GeneralHitchcock GeneralHUcb
Hitchcock HUcb ock and Attorney Attorn J General Wicker Wickerham
sham s > > ham will be in Washington tomorrow tomorrowWhile tomorrowWhUo
While the President may IDa see 20 < 1 some of ofthe o If
the t he members memJt ts of his Cabinet today tod it te fBnot 1
1I
not n ot expected e p eWd he wit wilt Jransact any bust business bustieu I
n ness i s until tomorrow or Tuesday TuesdayThe Tuesda TuesdaTho TuesdayThe
The White hlte Ho Hoo ve 1t has been put in readt readtness rea readiess l lntillil
ness n ess for the President and the Cabinet Cabinetguests Cabinetgue
guests gue g uests ts It i Ja the Presidents Pr ldents plan to re remain remain rs
main at the White House until next Sat Seturday Saturday Satiday
urday u iday morning morntn and then go to Beverly Beverlyto Boverl
to t o remain until October 15 or later When Whenhe Whenhe Wise Wisee ft
he h e comes back he will 111 bring Mrs Taft TaftCharles TaftCharles
Charles Taft the youngest son of the thePresident thePrSlden th 0
thto
President has been b um In Washington since sincelaat f1tncelut sins sinsisat to
laat l isat waek k He Is here preparing for his hisreturn hlsreturn hi is
return r to the thoproPfratory preparatory school Iohoolcwn Iohoolcwnt chooI oon eeiltl 5
4 4 ltl t lt ti < i ty hjv flY un vc Q iGR J Hojaae uree raJte Taft t 1 1nncot1cui
Connecticut nncot1cui Most lost of tlte tIielixocaftive tli 1t TJx titlvo tho fore fowstH fo fowent foreho
tH ho went to Beverly early in the seasofrj seuciti1NLV sests
have 1NLV returned to the White hlte House ready readyf readYfor read Ly
f for or a week of activity activityTAFT ft Ult UltTAFT
TAFT FIRST TO TAXE UPPOSTAL UP UPPOSTAL
POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS BANKSColumbus BANKSCol BANXColawibus 3
Columbus Col bus Sept 23 ztPreatdent President Taft Taftpassed TaUpassoo Ta ft
fto
passed through this city on lite k way to toWashington toWasblngton I IWashington o
Washington at 149 4O oclock this after afternoon afternoon af tot r rnoon ¬
noon noonThe noonThe
The President expects exp cts to take up Ul the thosubjects thesubjecUi U to
subjects of the establishment ostB HslunOftt of postal poealsaYlner peso el
pesoso
savingr banks further economy in the theExecutive theExecutive ii iiExecutive so
Executive departments d partmonts the coming ju judicial judleInl ji ¬
dicial appointments to the Supreme Court Courtand Courtand Cou Couand rt
and the Court of Commerce The Cabinet Cabinetwill Cabinetwill Cabin et eta
will also consider the political situation situationand sUua situatloand U n nand
and assignment will be made for speeches spe speech ChOli ChOliIn me ment
in the coming campaign The President Prosklenthimself Proaldci nt
himself will devote part of his stay 9Ul in InWasblngton
Washington to preparing the speech SpeieftwhIch spece specewhich sh
which he is to deliver before the Young YourtgMens YoungMens Your ig igMens
Mens Republican Club in in New York on onOeWber a aOcwber
October 1 This speech will be of con considerable considerable eoi I Isidorahie ¬
siderable importance It will deal d l with withthe withthe wli b
bh
the corporations and probably with withsome wit witsome h
some suggestions for further civil serv senICe ser serice
Ice reforms reformsSIX reformsSIX reformsSIX
SIX DIE IN TROLLEY WRECKA WREG WRECK IRECKAccident K KAccident
Accident A ident Near Tipton Similar to toOne toOne I 0 0One
One at Bluff Bluifton ton Wednesday WednesdayClnmp Wed1 WednesdayClump esday esdayClomll
Clump of Trees Hides the tli Cnri Cnr ns nsThe UJlbe it La Larisey
The risey Approach Each Other Oilieron Othercit
on a Curve CurveTipton CnrcTIpton CurveTipton
Tipton Ind Sept 24 24Slx Six persons personswere personswere porsor is is1S
were Instantly killed and twelve others othersinjured others othersinjured othet othetinjured 1S
injured in a colllsiqn on the Indiana IndianaUnion IndlftnaUnion Indiar in inUnion
Union Traction Line at 11 oclock this thismorning thismorning th is ismorning
morning when a southbound reight rt lght and anda as Id Ida
a northbound limited passenger car met metheadon methoodon rn et etbondon
headon near the Ressler crossing Tho Thocircumstances Thocircumstances Ti ie ieSt
circumstances of the wreck are almost almostIdentical aim05t aim05tIdentical aimo St
Identical with those attending the killing killingof killingof kiilir kiilirof ig
of forty persons near Bluffton on Wed Wednesday Wednosd We Wen0a ¬
nesday nosd n0a Among the dead are Dr W WHoltzhausen C CHoltzhausen CHoltzhausen
Holtzhausen and his brother W V F Holtz Holtzhausen Holtzhausen unit z zhausen
hausen both of Brooklyn Brookl n N Y YA yA i iA
A clump of trees hid the approaching approachingcars ig
cars and they came together t gether at a cure curvoThe cureThe curvThe 5
The freight train plowed through the thefront thofront U 10 10front
front of Ute limited demolishing the thesmoker thesmoker ti me mesmoker
smoker The Th southbound freight car caroverran carovorran cr ir irOverran
overran the stopping place The motor motorman TI1Otorman
man had orders to walt at the first stop stopnorth stopnorth sts stsnorth I
north of the crossing but ut overran that thatpoint thatpoint Ihi at atpoint t
point thinking he ould oul make another anotherwlth anotherSlth anothi r rwith
Slth with and an < 1 ran into tho northbound lim limited JlmItod ho ii iiItod ¬
Itod Which was In charge of Josiah Ba Baker BeLker Bi it itker ¬
ker of Logansport motorman and Ed EdMalnes EdMaines h d dMaines
Maines conductor of Tipton TiptonI Tiptonguess
I guess we overran the tlt orders said saidConductor saltConductor sa Id IdConductor 1
Conductor Dan Lacy when he had fully fullyrecovered fuUyrecovored ful ly lyrecovered f
recovered from the shock caused byjump byjumpIng by JUlnp JUlnpIng p plog
Ing from his car which was number 61 61Conductor 61Conductor I ii iiConductor
Conductor Sebroe was equally dazed at atthe atthe atthe t
the occurrence and could not explain why whyIt whyIt wi Sr Srthat
It was that they had passed pa ed the switch switchAer I IAero
I
Aero Aer Club lend Returning RetnrninjrParis RetornfnJParis ReturningParis
Paris Sept 24 24Cortlandt Cortlandt F Bishop Bishoppresident Bishoppresident Bislio p ppresident i
president of the Aero Club of America Americastarted AmorlcastnrtOd a aStarted
started for home today on the steamer steamerLa steamerLa steam er erLa r
La Provence Provence Provenco11Oim
1100 Niagara Fnlls Fnlb Excursion ExcursionSeptember ExclIulonSeptember ExcursionSepteniber
September ao 30Speiai SO SOSpecJal
Specjal train of firstclass coaches and andnarlor andnarlor ai l lar1or
narlor ar1or cars from Washington 745 74 a m mlast
Last last ex excursion urslon of the season via Ia Phil Philadelphia Phlladelphla Ph ml mladeiphia ¬
adelphia and the picturesque Lehigh Val Vi
Ie3r le Tickets good to return wltjiln wlt within ln fif ft ¬
teen L en days Liberal stopover sto oer returning returnir ig
Cheap side sidetrips trips from fromNiagara Niagara Falls FallsMiilld FallsHund Failshiulld
Miilld Your Own House and then ike
It will be built right ribt
UI A LL n EYES T TURNED TURNEDTUARDSAATOSA RNI RNITOWARD
TOWARD TUARDSAATOSA TUARDSAATOSAomjng 5AR TOGA TOGAComing
Coming C Convention to Have HaveJFarreacliing MayoFarreaching laveFarreaching
Farreaching Results JResultsi JResultsLIKE Resnl ResultsIKE ts tsI tsLIKE
i
LIKE L IKE THE ONE OF 1880 1880Question 1880Question 1880uestion
Question Q uestion Is IsVhat What Will Be Ef Effect Effect Elfeet ¬
fect on Col Co 1 Roosevelt RooseveltWhile RooseveltIIHc
While IIHc lil Delegates Will WI 111 Select State StateTicket StateTJcket StateTicket
Ticket rind Adopt Platform PJl1tforlUJ fleet fleeting Ieet IeetIng Ieetlug ¬
ing AVili 111 Be of National Interest IntercutEffort Illterc InterestErrrt t tEffort
Effort to Unseat Sherman Will Ill Be BeFeature Delieaturc BeFeature
Feature of First llr t Duoc Day1 Session SessionSll1t SessloiiSplit SessionSplit
Split in Party P 1rt I IH Probable ProbableSaratoga ProbahleSaratoge ProbalileSaratoga
Saratoga Sept IThis This vfftege lege begins beginsto b beginso glrs glrsto
to t o fill up tonight with 1th those who are aredirectly aredlroctI areirectly
directly dlroctI d and many who are Indfrletiy in interested intetOI inetested ¬
tetOI t terested > td In the result of th the Republican RepublicanState Repab1tca1Stat Bepirbulcarstat
State Stat I tat convention which Is to nominate a acomplete a acomplete aomplete
Ic
complete c State ticket from rom governor down downand downand downnd
and a nd to adopt a platform pJtfo m which promises promisesto
to t o be of vital Interest Inter it to the country at aclarge atlarge atare
large largeMost largeMost I are areMost
Most of the Republicans on the field fieldtall fieldtoU fieldell
tall t ell you ou that the convention the first ses session session seeion ¬
sion ion o which is to be held on Tuesdaywill T Tuesday Tieidayill l1e1da o owlU
will w ill be more mer farreaching in its con conclusions eoneJuitons conlustons ¬
clusions e titan any an convention of their theirpafty theirparty theirarty
party p arty in the State since 19W 1 1i when at atUtlca atUtIca attica
UtIca U tica eSnator Beacon Qoakltag then in inthe Inthe lxihe
the t he zenith o fhia iis power and fame forced forcedthat torcetltht foreelhat
that t hat convention to adopt ad a resolution resolutioncommitting refiOlutl reao1utlnommitting n noommltUn
committing oommltUn c Ute U Republicans of the th State Stateto StIneto Stateo
to t o the renomination of o Gen Grant GrantThe GraatThe GrantThe
The Republicans at the national con convention conv conention ¬
i vention v < mtlon refused to obey ey the inUHiretiona inUHiretionaand Ia isIflctiOnand UoM UoMand
and a nd the delegation was split pitt 11ft in twain twainThe twainThe twainhe
j The T he nomination of ofGlUfteld GarflaM and the poll polletes paJieles polims
j etes e ms of his short administration dnttmtrat brought broughtupon broughtupon braughtpon
j upon u pon the Stiuo Stai of New York th the Stat Stalwarthalfbreed Statwftrth Slalwarthalfbreed ¬
warthalfbreed wftrth U reed war which hleb in twra re resulted resuited remitt ¬
suited in the election of Gwrer Cleve Cleveland CJeeoland Cleveaud ¬
land l for governor in IttS U by 07 tte000 plu plurality plurality p1wality ¬
rality r and In 14 the national govern government governmeat OVern OVernmeAt ¬
meAt controlled by the Republicans Rega Ucau since since1SGO since1soo
1SGO 1 560 was turned over to th tJMo Democrats DemocratsSIiermiuiM DeftIOel1UShermnnH DemocratsSisters
SIiermiuiM Stains l In Doubt DoubtThe DoubtTho Doubtme
The fact t1et that Vice lee President Sherman Shermanhas tmn ermanhas tmnha5
has been selected to be temporary chair chairman atr1iian atr alrjian ¬
man i jian Di oy the Stata oontntKtso 08I11H tttwt the only onlyi onlytrl onlytribunal
i tribunal trl una1 ha hrttstjngsuch Ul ngsueh authority for torsueh torsuehleetioJ such saehselection suchseCtion
selection leetioJ and the u fwrUtar < 3f taCt ct that Cot ColRoos CotRD CotBooserrit
< Booserrit RD Roos vrtt and Id hte vIsTrir trsgmf 1iIIIIIJIIIty TJ by Preei Preeipawsr PtHGnscom presidva2
pawsr dva2 Grtscont of the > iJew Jew York Repub Republican HepubI Repubican ¬
I lican l ca county coHnt committee have determined determinedIf
If i f possible to unseat Mr Shenmam ShfrD VI is isconsidered iieon3Jdered isconsidered
considered here of little or n no < > moment momentThe nurnfl1tTbe nurentThe
The question Is Shall Col Roosevelt Rooseveltand ROieeoltand ROseveltand
and his friends control the operations of ofthis orthis ofthis
this convention including the t he ennncia ennnciation emmciatloft contactsties
ties of Its principles and to send It broad broadcast broadealt broadcait ¬
cast to the world that t at the former Presi President Presidoot Presifloat ¬
dent will be m In portion to name 1ft m 1912 1912the 1H2the i4 i4the
the serontyeigbt delegates dek tefi from 1mm the theState th thState thState
State of New York to the national con conj convontton convostbon
j ventiOH ventiOHi vonttonIe
i If Ii Roosevelt win wins here me said 14 s a wag waggish wa wagfsh wagglait
gish Republican we will have Roosevelt Rooseveltj R osewlt osewltIn
j in 3312 MIC 111 U lIIft and after that Kermit Kermitlioth 1ennitDoUI Kermithloth
lioth Side Make JlnJ e Claims ClaimsThere ClnlmsThere ClaimsThere
There is an air of t mystery in both bothcainbs bothcambE bothcainbz
cainbs tonight Each side is feeling feel1a its itsway itsy itsThe
way y Th The RoofieveJtGriscom man m ma maclaim pro proclaim proclaIm ¬
claim that they will have KM majority in inthe inthe Inthe
the convention with which to unseat t Mr MrSherman lIrSherman MrSherman
Sherman Shermani ShermanThe ShermanThe
i The HarassWoodruff Barnes Yoodrufi forcee tell you youthat you youth youthat
that th t Roosevelt and Grtscom GfIseom are bhtfflng bhtfflngand bhl hhUinganti lng lngand
and that to sustain and to bolster boI t up the thecause thecause thecause
cause misleading mtfjl dlag report are circulated in intheir intheir intheir
their interests The Bftrno DaruesWooc1r Woodr < < peo people people peoplc ¬
ple and their friends are banking to a agreat asreat a agreat
great extent on ontbe the delegates 4egatam tN who come comeuniastnteted comeuninstructed comeunisawt
uninstructed unisawt and USed to this tJ s con convention conentf conrentlon ¬
vention ventionMr rentlonMr entf n
Mr 11 Grlseom late JatetoIItlht tonight after a eon conference eonrerenee eonferenee ¬
ference with 1t1 friends said that ho and andCol andCe nrl nrlCol
Col Ce Roosevelts ROGMveJt adherent l would have havei79 hayei7t haveill
ill delegates out of the 1015 with which whichto whichto bleh blehI
to unseat t Sherman Griscom added that thatneither tha thatneither t tneIther
neither he nor Cob Roosevelt would make makeany makean makeany
I any an fight ltt m In the State committee COIII1I111t at its itsmeeting itsmceUn itsmeeting
meeting mceUn on Monday night unless una their theirplans theirplaDS theirplans
plans are changed and that Ua the test will willcomb willOOm willmorne
comb OOm in rue he convention on Tuesday Tue day when whenChairman whenChairman
Chairman Chalrman Woodruff calls the convention conventionto
to order and announces that the State Statecommittee Statccommittee Statecommittee
committee by a unanimous vote ote recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended to the delegates of the conven convention eonfnUon conventIOfl ¬
tion that Vice President Pr tdent Sherman be their theirtemporary theirtemporar theirtemporary
temporary chairman chairmanIn halrmanIn
In the event of Roosevelt people win winning winning winning ¬
ning there is a possibility it was stated statedtonight statedtonight statedtonight
tonight that Roosevelt Roo eveJt may ma decide upon upona uponnew
a new departure in the makeup of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on resolutions From time timeimmemorial timeimmemorIal timeimmemorial
immemorial it has been the custom in inRepublican inRepublican InRepublican
Republican State conventions for each eachCongressional eachCongressional eachCongressional
Congressional delegation to name nam a a mem member member momber ¬
ber of the committee on resolutions resolutionsmaking rosoluttonsmaking resolutionsmaking
making thirtyseven In all But Col ColRoosevelts CotRooseelts ColRoosevelts
Roosevelts friends said Id tonight If he is iselected Iselocted iselected
elected temporary chairman he may ma In Insist Insist Inslst ¬
sist upon the passage of a resolution resolutiongiving re rosolutlongiving eltfUon eltfUonghlng
giving him authority to name the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on resolutions resolutionsROOSEVELT resolutionsROOSEVELT resolutionsROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT IS ENCOURAGED ENCOURAGEDt ENCOURAGEDTO
TO KEEP UP THE EIGHTOyster FIGHTO EIGHT TIGHTOyster
Oyster O ster Bay Sept 24 24Whlle While politicians politiciansof
of the progressive and old guard stamp stampwere stampwere stampwere
were speeding on to Saratoga today Col ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt
Roosevelt remained at Sagamore Hill Hiliand Hilland
and kept quiet qUl t He did a lot of personal personalwork personalwork
work that ho has been intending to tedo tedofor do dotor dolor
for a long time and he discussed politics politicswith pOUtlcs pOUtlcswltl politicswith
with wltl William R WIlcox chairman of the thopublic thepublic
public service commission and Senator SenatorJ
J 3 ql f Wainwright The politics that the thecolonel thEcolonel thecolonel
colonel went over with his two visitors visitorshad vlJJttorshad visitorsbad
had to do mostly mostl with labor matters mattersWalnwrlght mattenLWainwright mattersWalnwrlght
Walnwrlght had a ft few suggestions IU esUons to toortor tooffer
offer which Mr Roosevelt appreciated appreciatedWIlcox appreelatedWilcox appreciatedWilcox
WIlcox talked about the platform and of oCfered offered
fered ce xe or two ideas that the th colonel eolonelwill colonelwlU colonelwill
will take up when he meets tho upState upStatemen upStatemen upStatemen
men at Saratoga SaratogaMr SaratogaMr SaratogaMr
Mr Roosevelt received a o number of oftelegrams ottelegrams oftelegrams
telegrams telegrams from all over v81 the State of ofNew oCNew ofNew
New York tolling him of further ad advances advances advances
vances made by the progressives Tho Thocolonel Thocolonel Thecolonel
colonel had had nothing to add to his pre preContlnacil preContlnuel proContinued
Continued on Page O Colamu CoIum 01um 3 3Get 3Cnrpcntr 3Get
Get a fans Carpenter ami Buy Good Goodoull
Lumber and youll oull get a good Duvh house house OU5e

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