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NO 1464 WASHINGTON 3 D C SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 lOlO 1910THIRTYFOUR TEIKTYFOTTB PAGES FIVE QENTS
SOUTH OUT CAP1TULTES CAP1TULTESI PIT l TtS
I 10 C COLIROOSEYELT COLIROOSEYELTEnthusiasm L ROO EVElT EVElTEutbusiaSD1
Enthusiasm as Great as that thatin thatin thatin
in Insurgent West WestMOLE WestUNOLE WestUNOLE
UNOLE REMUS PRAISED PRAISEDTribute PRAISEDTribute PRAISEDTribute
Tribute to the Memory of Joel JoelChandler JoelI JoelChandler JoelChandler I
Chandler Harris HarrisFormer HarrisFormel HarrisCormier
Former President Yi Vhslta bits its Mountain MountainSchool liountninSchool IountnlnSchool
School nn and ncl l Later Hniteiis to Rome RomeV RomeVJaere RomeV1here
V VJaere Jiere He Speaks from Platform PlatformBallt PlatformDuilt
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Ballt of Bales of Cotton Vnlneil Vnlneilat onlumlnt Glued Gluedat
at 4KHVHnM OQ Ull Four Strenuous StrcnnonsT StrcmuoullTIfH Strenuousdays
T days > fiy i Ahcnil hcnllInMllccts Inspects Grounds GroundsAtlanta GroundsLtletite
Atlanta Attat G 0 Ga Oct SI S > It was 8S the Theb Thebd Th Thden Thaie Thaiede
d den de R Beft veU + e1t of o tile wW Wet that ea came cameInVo callieJrilp me melnip
InVo the capital aplta of Georgia G I this after afternww alterneBn
1 nww neBn The acme aaaMJtON JRoeaeveJt folt preaching preachingtil preachingtJtt
til tJtt same me doctrinal af t the new new national nationaltaw naUonalJ89a national1tNit
J89a taw and conservation that tha t h he exploited a atettr Iltri aV afew
V tri weeks ago throughout tluoUCMutthe the theflashed West Westftftshed Westished
flashed ished his b political philosophy phllo ophy before beforetfre beforeUte beforet
Ute t o South today The South seemed to totake totake totake
take kindly to what Col Roosevelt said saWbut saidbut saidbut
but Atlanta WIt was so wrapped up in the theman theman theflan
man himself that It Ruts wag difficult to toll tellwhat tollhat tollthat
what hat their applause meant meaJltCO meantCol meantCoi
Coi CO Roosevelt baa never < faced more moreenthusiastic moreOI6thuilaattc mereOLthuslastic
enthusiastic crowd than he faoad to todty tod tod
dty d Even EVChthe Even the he insurgent West can n bout boaatof boutof boastof
of no greater measure of eath eaththQ entbusias entbusiaschats enthuslasri enthuslasrithan
than that which greeted the colonel upon uponhis uponhIEi uponhie
his arrival late this afternoon in in this thissocaJfed thissoc thissocAhed
socaJfed soc Jfd metropolis of the South No NoWI NoOWi Noone
one < WI thought of politic I1tl8 apparently a1 UY Theernawd The Theo orh orhIt
o ernawd wa of It Southerners pierced the air airwfc airwtt1a airw
wfc wtt1a w their shrift yells a The militia UtUa of ofth ort ofthe
th t State was represented by b detach detachmania de detachmints tach tach1Dltlta
mania The Presidential salute of twentyone twen twentyone hentYOM ¬
tyone gut guns wa fired AradDay firedD ftrldDu
D Du Day 3 a Strenuous One OneRoosevelt OneROOteftit
Roonttdt Roosevelt wa WU it It Atlanta AtJaatabowed showed its itsadmhailon Itaadmtratton itsadmiration
admiration for him as a a a man no There Therewere There1He ThereW
were W 1He re many yo features toatur of this most strenu atrenuous strenuous strenuous ¬
ous day of speechmaking apeerluD Ja visiting tatJn and andtravel anelt1a andtraueiin
travel t1a traueiin t In the theh rain that came to a close closeat ekNeat closeat
at midnightCol midnight mlftntduCol midnightCol
Col Rooaevek boosted Id an industrial industrialschool 1adttattlalsellool industrialschMnol
school in the th morn morning tn talked eonsarva eonsarvattoa eOWlervatJ eomervartimes
times ttoa tJ in 1s the U t
afternoon rnoob e expounded ounded the new newnaaanaJtom MWMUI newnttf3SaJNmt
naaanaJtom MUI m for the drat flr time tt before beforea
a great tsuona Southern audience in the even evenJn evenJS eveni1Il
Jn JS and address addteN NlUt6 the colored CongrgOiwelh Congraga CongragaUf
Uf a J Oiwelh dwrt 11 Jbw befoi bdfoN a h J want nt to tob tobea
b b 1IiepaJf tv = k He M 9 paw IiItIrh Mi tribute toihe tolbemom tolbemomorw Imam raora raoraopr
opr 0 K tMTlate tMJ t ate sate Uoel oel Chandler Harris Harrisauthor Harr Harrauthor Harrisauthor
author of the Uncle Remus stories and andh andbt andhe
h bt did lots l tJ ot unrecorded things besides baaidesThe bMld bMldThe besidesTtae
The auditorium was jammed tonight at attKje ata
4 tKje tll Uncle Remus memorial The police policefought pOlicetotlCbt polleefonnght
fought back aclr the crowds that forged for ed towend to towa tow
wa w wend the doors cSoora for a good many persaile per peraoaa pertIN
aoaa did not ao have the price of admission admissionDefends admiulcmf admissionTlefenrls
Defends f Intl8 His Position PositionIn Poll lon lonIn
In the afternoon the conservationists conservationistsrestricted eoft8ervatlonlatsrMtrictld conservationistsrestricted
restricted the audience for fear that those thosewho thosewrbe
who 110 got la free wouldnt care to come comeagain comeat comeagain
again at night J ht The hall was less than thanoaethird tunoUatId thanonethird
oaethird full Mr Gtr Roosevelt RooIIe elt after fol following tolhit followlpl ¬
lowing his text of Uncle Remus tonight tonightswitched tonlshtswitched tonlrhtswtteltecl
switched off to the new nationalism naUonaUI He Hebrought H Ht Hewrought
brought t out the various points that are arehousehold areh0U8e arehousehold
h0U8e household okl words GId now and he defended defendedthe defendedthe defendedthe
the position he has taken He declared declaredagain declareda declaredagain
+ again a ln that It is simply the fitting of the theold theolel theold
old moralities moraUU to the changed condition conditionThe eoodlUonTIle conditionThe
The methods must change but the spirit spiritmoat aptrltt spiritmutt
moat t remain He stood clearly clearl on his hisWeatarn ht8Wat hisWetrn
Weatarn Wat speeches speeeh He alluded to his hiscritics hlacrUSes hiscritics
critics He had nothing he desired te teretract teretract toretract
retract The colonel came came out Gut for fer progressitrefcer pro progresBhretem proar88fiheISm
gresBhretem of the Roosevelt type typeIn tJoIn typoIn
In the afternoon speech upon conssrvatloa con conservation conu ¬
servation Mr Roosevelt RO offered little littleUiat littleot littlebutt
butt differed from le speech > at att St Paul Raulwhen Paulwhen J nl nlwhen
when he followed President Taft who whohad whohad wholaid
had expressed himself blm elt on Labor Day DayTha Daythe
The colonel still upheld upb ld the th proposition JM pGldtlon of ofFederal ot1I1CIera1 ofFedrat
Federal control over o er waterways t rvay and his hisreasons hisrlPOM fitsressone
reasons for this were expressed In the thesame thestarve
same 8 way wayResources WUo1ourcWl waxItagources
Resources for All People PeopleShe PeoplenatlGn Peoplehh
She hh nation and the State can co cooparata c coperata coosrat
osrat oparata in this great eat movement he hesaid heThere hes141d
said There aro on ori oee or two misooncep misooncepttana mtaoonceptiue Qp QpUaPtI
ttana that ought to be removes from the thepubtta thepuWtcstntnd thepulife
pubtta puWtcstntnd pled Some men say sa that our ourpurpoea ourpUrpoiQ ourpurpose
purpose to to lock up the national rt rtaemeos rt rtae rto
aemeos ae r o8 in this country That is as ab absurd alJBurd al alsurd ¬
surd as to say that a farmer was trying tryingto t tryingto lng lngto
to lock up the resources of his farm farmwacn tumwitn farmwhen
wacn when he refused to cut down all his histree histrees
tree 11 trees In the 0 same year We dont In lntanfi Inte Inf
f tend te i1 to lock up a single resource but buttb buttbey butthey
tb they y must be used used for the benaflt benefit of the theentire ilietlUre theestire
entire people peopleMr pooplelr peopleMr
Mr lr Roosevelt went on to speak ok the themineral themhlernl themineral
mineral supply being beln exhausted e hausted This la laa bmost isa
a moat vital question que ttltn he said d He re referred rcforr refeerpd ¬
ferred forr to the eoal supply supplyWhile IUpplyWhile supplyWhile
While it is our duty to give the proper properreward prOperreward properreward
reward for the proper exercise of indi lndlvidual individual ndl ndltfdual ¬
vidual initiative in the business world worldthe worldtbe worldthe
the speaker Informed his hl audience tOft ft Is Isalso lealso
8 also our duty to see to it that the men menof menOf menof
of exceptional ability use it for us and andnow andnow andnow
now against us u We must see to It that thathe thatbe thathe
he serves UB and does de not swindle ua uaSeveral HIS usS
Several S oral of the newspapers of my native nativeUfiy natletmY nativetx
Ufiy tx published under the shadow of Wall Wallstreet Wallstreet TaU TaUmeet
street say that these sentiment smack amackof macltot smackof
of anarchy anarchyThe anarchyThe y yTlW
The colonel laughed laughedI 1aupidthlak
I think its ts very conservative co vattw h fal falecttaod talsctteed falsetteetl
ecttaod
Unnts nntlC Forests Saved SavedHe SnvedBe Savedde
> He covered the topic topl of the conserva conservation rvatlen conservathen ¬
then of the soil and forest and said the theSooth theSoulh theSouth
Sooth should save save its hardwood forests forestswhich fo forestswhich sts stswhich
which are among th the last this country countryholds countrybolds countryholds
holds He asked that the representatives representativesin
in n Congress CottI1 look after that matter tter and andhoped andhoped andhoped
hoped that Congress will pass a bin foragreat for fora fora
agreat a great Appalachian park parkThe parkTh parkTh
The Th welcome that Col Roosevelt got gotupon gottJPGn gotupon
upon Wa bli b entrance ent1 ce to Atlanta this after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon at at110 at JO oclock was as Imposing and andpampua andpomp atndpompus
pampua pomp as any accorded to a President Presidentof
of the United States Stat The Seventeenth SeventeenthGeorgia Sennt6 SeventeenthGeorgiu th thOeorgll
Georgia Infantry from Port MePhersonj MePhersonjand McPherson McPhersonand n nand
and the Fifth Georgia Regiment R were weredrawn weredrawn weredrawn
drawn up on the plaza and the GovContinued Govj GovjContinued Gov GovC
Continued C I1t1nn ll oh on Page 3 Column 3 3S12C7 3st 3S1
S12C7 st to Baltimore and Return ReturnToday ReturnTogay ReturnToday
Today via Vi Baltimore Ohio R R RWhole Rhole RWhole
Whole hole Windows Glazed for 3125 3125Frank 1Z 1ZFrnnk 1 5 5Frank
Frank Libbey Co CO6th 6th N Y Ave A Avet e
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I WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor =
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Colunibiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland IarylandPart1 Partly cloudy to today today today ¬
day with withxprobable probable probable showers tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow fair moderate variable variablewinds variableTAFTS variablewinds
windsTAFTS winds windsTAFTS
TAFTS FOOT FOOTSORE FOOTSORENew SORE SORE2Tew SO r E ENew
New Pair of Shoes Responsible forInfiamma forInflammation for forInflammation
Inflammation InflammationBeverly Infiamma InflammationBeverly tion tionBeverb
Beverly Oct 8 SPresldent President Taft Is Itiid Itiidtip Jl did didup ld ldup
up with a soro foot He triad a anew anewP new newpair newpair
pair P lr of shoes the other day da and the theleft theleft theleft
left one pinched his instep causing a ablister abUster ablister
blister and nnc a little Inflammation He re received receIvet1 reeetveti ¬
ceived his callers today toda wearing a cloth clothallpper clothsUpper clothslipper
sUpper with a hole cut In it over the sore eorespot sorespot sorespot
spot The injury is only onl annoying and andthe nndtbe andthe
the President expects e pects to be able to re reaume rasume resome
some his dally golf game by b Monday MondayAUTO MondayAUTO MondayAUTO
AUTO ROAD RACE RACEWON RACEr RACEChadwick s sIOHBYZBHGLE
IOHBYZBHGLE IOHBYZBHGLEChadwick WON BY ZENGLE ZENGLEI r
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Chadwick Car Carls Is First with
59 Miles an Hour HourBETTER HourBETTER HourBETTER
BETTER THAN LAST SEASON SEASONWinner SEASONinncr SEASONWinner
Winner inncr Mude No stupfor Stun for Supplies SUIplieslJ11t Suppliesliut Suppliesbut
but Was Ons Forced to Replace Itearj ItearjTires Rear RearTlros RearTlres
Tires on Last Lap at Fnlrmount FnlrmountPark lnlrmountl FairmountPark
Park l nrl Philadelphia Phll Phllndclphinlifg 11ehahlnUIIf lllj r Crowd on onIts onIb onr onIts
Its Feet at the FininhhiK Point PointPhiladelphia PointPhlladelpbla PointPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct tDriving Drlln at a mile mileaminute mlleaminute nf + ile ileaminute
aminute gait Leonard Zengle of tills tillscity tllisI titlecity
I city in a sixcylinder Cbadwlok won the theaoomila themJ the399mils
aoomila mJ road race of the Quaker City CityMotor CityMotor CityMotor
Motor Club at Fairmqunt l lonount Park rk this t ls at atterioon af atnoon t teruoon
noon Half a million peopla were gath gathered gatbI gathered ¬
I ered at the course and saw sawa an an auto race racethat ncethat racethat
that was spectacularly perfect Not a asingle aItn asingle
single Itn accident marred the day dayZongie dNZ dupZonggle
Zongie Z M drove at a pace that averagedfiftynine averaged averagedfiftynine aYaasedfittniDO
fiftynine miles mil an hour completing the thecourse tbeCOWH thecourse
course in S hours 9 minutes bautel and andseconds SS SSseconds Seondi +
seconds His HI machine was the second secondlargest condJarsut secondlargest
largest of thexfoiiries the Amuis having 1ul1n 797 cubiclnches cubic cubicinches cubicInclt
inches Inclt piston displacement and ranking rankingnext Antill AntillMxt rankingnext
next Mxt to Erwin Bergdells Bens Zenglas Zenglasrecord Z Zenglesrecord 8S 8Srecord
record beats that of Robertson teal lastyears tealyears at atyar
years winner wtn er by b four miles an hour hourLong hourLong A ALon
Long Lon before the cars were started on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their whirlwind course thousands of spec spectators spectators spectators ¬
tators gathered along aloo the route The Thecloudy ThecloUd7 Thecloudy
cloudy skies and occasional showers did didnot didnot didnot
not seem to both bother or the auto enthusiasts enthusiastswhit enthuelutsa
a whit and every mimtte during the race raethey racethey racethey
they were on the alert alert T When hen Zengle was wasannounced wasan wasannounced
announced an OUneOO the winner the crowds at < t the thefinish thehnishgavo
finish 11 hnishgavo n 181 gave p the th > ftftvorita aprJa ao aor3a t Ja bte bibgcheer btechaer bfgi
cheer ch cheerRalph 6r Aj AjRaJpk r rRalph i
Ralph W W MJajru7t 1Ifowd driv < Sw erh rk rk drtv d1vSn j
ing Sn the f ourcynSider fourcy uder Loaier er stock toek chas chassis chuIs chassis ¬
sis Is with which he won the 1910 national nationalstock naUooaIIteek nationalstock
stock car championship at Elgin fin finished ibtbed AnIsbed ¬
ished bed second in 3 hours 29 0 minutes anti an < T
1339 11 seconds Just W08 it seconds behind hind his hisbigger blSbI hisbigger
bigger bI opponent opponentTobin oppenentTobin opponentTobin
Tobin D Hymal of Texas TeD driving a aStoddardDayton aStoddanl aStoddardDayton
StoddardDayton Stoddanl Dqton was third in S bourn ftou ftoumuta bournV
17 Minutes muta and UK e seconds John D Alt Altkin Aitkin Aftkin
kin was fourth in the National in which whichhe whlehM whichhe
he finished third In n the Vanderbilt cup cuprace cupraee cuprace
race His time was 3 hours 42 minute minuteand mmutand minutesand
and 3075 seconds M Jagersburg driving drivinga drlvln drlvlnIt
a Mercedes was fifth in 3 hours flt min minutes minutes minutes ¬
utes and 1171 seconds Harry Cobl ob driv driving drivIng drivlug ¬
ing a Jackson was sixth in S hours 41 4sminutes 41minutes 41mlnuta
minutes and 131C seconds Harry Knight Knightdriving Knllhtdrlvi Knightdriving
driving drlvi a Westeott was seventh In Inhours I Ihours 3hours
hours 52 5 minutes and 44S7 seconds secondsErnest aeeolMlliErneat secondsErnest
Ernest Gellard driving a t Pullman was waseighth waseighth as astI
eighth tI hth < in three hours fiftyseven min minutes minutes minutes ¬
utes four seconds secondsGeorge seeondaGeo secondsGeorge
George Geo e S L Davis driving an Apperson Appersonwaa Appersonwu Appersonwas
was ninth in tour hours three minutes minutesforty mnuteatortyt1O minutesfortytwo
forty tortyt1O two seconds secondsHas aGCOOOLI1ml secondsfins
Has Tire Trouble TroubleZengle TroubleZengle TroubleZengle
Zengle did not stop at his supply pit in infront Infront infront
front of the grand stand during the en entiro entire < n ntlro
tire race of twentyfive rounds of the theeightmile theeightndle theeighttulle
eightmile circuit He did stop once dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing his final round of th the course when whenIt whenIt whenIt
It was as necessary for him and Billy Man Mank Manker Manher
k her r his mechanician to replace the two tworear tworlar tworoar
rear tires on their oar He had been in insecond InMCond insecond
second place when he started the last lap lapas lapMulford lapas
as Mulford led at the end of twenty twentyfour twent twentfbur twentyfur
four rounds by nine seconds and groans groanswent groanswent groanswent
went up from the local drivers friends friendsin friendIn
in the grand stand as thfr thf y feared he hecould hecould hecould
could never catch up to Mulford and the thefleet thefleet thefleet
fleet white Lozier when he had tire trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble bleZangle
Zangle had takon the lead at the end endof andof endof
of the twentieth round and the battle battlebetween bflttllbetween battlebetween
between him and Mulford from then on onwas onwas onwas
was perhaps the greatest t struggle as It Itwas Itwas itwas
was Ute closest ever seen in an automo automobile automobl1e automobile ¬
bile race Mulford Iulrord had led at the th nine nineteenth nineteenth nineteenth
teenth round one minute twenty seconds secondsahead secondsahead secondsahead
ahead of Zengle ZengleIn ZongleIn ZengleIn
In Ute twentieth round Zengle Zeo le took tho tholead tholead thelead
lead being beln three seconds ahead of Mul Mulford Multord Mulford ¬
ford as they began their twentyfirst lap lapAt lapAt lapAt
At the end of twentyone rounds Zengle Zenglewaa Zanghiwaa Zenglewas
waa eleven seconds ahead of Mqlford lI lord In Inthe Ins n nthe
the twentysecond round Mulford gained gainedfour gainedtour gainedfour
four seconds and Zengle had but seven sevenseconds sevenI sevenseconds
I seconds advantage as he started the thetwentythird thetwentythird thetwentythird
twentythird round roundA
A Second to the Good GoodZenglo GoollZtngle GoodZengle
Zenglo kept the lead during the twenty twentythird twentythird twentythird
third round and his total time as he hestarted hestart hestarted
start started l the last two laps was one second secondfaster aeeondtutElr secondfaster
faster than Mulfords The Chadwick Chadwickdriver Chadwickdrher Chadwickdriver
driver completed < l his twentyfourth round roundin roundin roundIn
in eight minutes minutesand and olght seconds and andwas andwa andwas
was wa nine seconds behind Mulford who wholed who1ecl wholed
led as h hA started the til last round Mul Mulfords 1Iulfords Mulfords ¬
fords time for his hl twentyfourth round roundbeing roundbittng roundbeing
being seven minutes mlnut S fiftynine seconds secondsThe secondsThe secondsThe
The spectators in the grand stand stood stoodup stoodup stoodup
up up for most of the time after the pair pairstarted pairstartoo pairstarted
started on their last rounds The Phila Philadelphlans Philadelphians Philadelphians
delphians wondered If 11 Zengle could make makeup makeup makeup
up the nine seconds lead of his oppo opponent opponent opponent ¬
nent The New Yorkers hoped Mulford Mulfordwould MuIrordwould Mulfordwould
would make another fast round and win wintho wintho winthe
tho race The local mans adherents adherentsgroaned adherentsgroaned adherentsgroaned
groaned in dlspalr when the announcer announcertold announcrtold announcertold
told them Zengle had stopped for tire tiretrouble tiretrouble tiretrouble
trouble but scarcely a minute passed be before betore before ¬
fore he told them Zengle was on his way wayagain wayagain wayagain
again Soon he dashed dashed past the stand a awinner awInner awinner
winner winnerVIlt wInnerfait winnerVisit
Visit fait Great IlnpreratoTrn Fair FalrOctober FairOctober FairOctober
October 11 to 14 19Baltimore 14Baltimore 4 4Balttmor
Baltimore Ohio Tickets for all
trains valid for return until 15th 5th 310 310
For special spe lal train leaving Washington
730 a a m October 18 returning leave
Haerstown HS erstown 445 p m same day 1230 1230round 230 230round
round trip tripFront tripFront tripFront
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Front Doors Glazed S400 Apiece
Frank Libbey 8 Co Cth N Y Ave Ava
HER ER TROUBLES OVER OVERi
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TOWNS U UBY WIPED OUT OUTBY OUTBY
BY FOREST FIRE FIREDisastrous FIRES FIRESDisnstliouS FIRESDisastrous
Disastrous blazes RavagingCoulltl Ravaging RavagingCountry RayagingCountry
Coulltl Country iu Ontarior OntarioSEVENTYFIVE Ontario OntarioSEVENTYHVE OntarioSEVENTYFIVE
r
SEVENTYFIVE MAY BE DEAD DEADCanadian DEADL DEADCnnnsIlnn DEADCanadian
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Canadian Northern Railway Rnlhvn Rushex RushexRelief Rumhelllellef RashesRelief
Relief ellef Train nha to Help Residents ResidentsFlee UesfdentsFlee ResidentsFlee
Flee from Burning nnrnln Districts DistrictsTim DistrictsTimher TIm Tlmlier TImher
her Lands Valued ahuHI at 3illlonDestroyed J1I11IonDe 3illlon llilllonsDestroyeIfiho
DestroyeIfiho Destroyed De trocl1houHnncl Thousand uaaand homeless HomelexJUlney I1onu homelessRainey l HK HKC HKRaio
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JUlney Raio River Ontario OntariofOet Oct 8 IThe The moat moatdisastrous moatdtutroua mostdlesstrous
disastrous forest Are n the t e history of ofNorthern orNorthern ofNorthern
Northern Minnesota and Western Ontario Ontariohas Ontariohu Ontariohas
has been b n ravaging ra the country all of last lastnight lastnight at atDtsht
night and today todayThe to4ayTho todayThe
The towns of Bpooner tr and DeU4lette DeU4letteon B tudette tudetteon
on the American side > are in ashes and andthe andthe andthe
the residents re of this town have been beenfighting bMDftgbtln beenlighting
fighting < fires nres ftr here all day DasnUe theirefforts their theirefforts tlMirttort
efforts ttort It Is probable e th the town will be bedestroyed bedHlroyed bedestroyed
destroyed before morning movingThe morningThe ftSo ftSoThe
The dead are estimated at between betweenthirty betw betwthirty betweenthirty
thirty and seventyfive II Seven an bodies bodieshave bocJtejthave bodieshave
have been picked up along the line of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Canadian Northern N them burned burlMdolo to cinders cindersA
A man na named Ramsey ran seven mfieai mfieaito mile mileto millto
to this thistown town with a young baby itw in his hisarms hlaarlllS hisarms
arms seeking safety He says S that he hepassed hepa hepassed
passed pa llild four large parties of settlers settlersbeaded selUershea4ec1 settlersbeaded
beaded this way That was early this thtemorning thismorning tht thtInorntng
morning and they have not arrived yet yotWhen yetWhen yetWhen
When Spooner and BeaudettQ caught caughtOre eahtre caughttire
Ore the Canad Canadian = an Northern Hallway Hallwayrushed naslwayrubed Railwayrushed
rushed a train of fifty box bo cars car to help helpthe belptho helpthe
the residents remden get away Trey roe were werebrought werebrou werebrought
brought brou ht to this place tonight The Theflames The1Iame Theflames
flames 1 are raging ran fiercely through the thatimber th thtimber thetimber
timber and already millions of dollars of ofdamage otdRmase ofdamage
damage has been done The Shevlin ShevlinMeUuu ShevlinMeLUu ShevilnMethsu
MeUuu Lumber Company CCI pany lost all its itsbuildings ItsbuUdlnss itsbuildings
buildings and 15000DOOO feet of lumber lumberThe lomber lomberThe lumberThe
The Rat Portage Lumber Company also alsolost alslost alsolost
lost all IU > plant with 800000000 OOOlfO feet feet The TheRalney TheRalne3 TheRatney
Ralney River Company suffered > the same samafate ameta1e samefate
fate and lost aMKXUMO 3 cooOOO Iees feet of lumber lumberTonight lumberlenleht lumberTonight
Tonight there are 1400 1 0 people peoplohOlfte peoplohOlfteINS home homeless homeless ¬
less here with nothing mor more than theyhave they theyhave the thehave
have on their backs The village of ofSiemans otStemans ofSiemens
Siemans Pitt Vllllams and Swift have havealso 1Iavealo havealso
also been destroyed destroyedKenora destroyedKenora destroyedKenora
Kenora Ont Oct 8 SFurlous Furious forest forestflree forestfiree forestfires
fires are raging around here tonight tonightthreatening ton tonightthreatening ht htthreatening
threatening liv lives s and property propertyGROIfflG propertCROWNING propertyCRO11G
CROWNING INSULT INSULTFOR INSULTFOR INSULTFOR
FOR DOLGOROUKI DOLGOROUKISpeckl
Speckl to tlie U Wuiths Washington ton Herald HeraldRichmond HraMmebmond HeraldRichmond
Richmond Va Oct 8 8John John Armstrong ArmstrongChaloner ArmstrongChaloner ArmstrongChaloner
Chaloner today delivered what he con considers considers Considers ¬
siders his crowning Insult to Prince Dol Dolgorouki Doloroukl Dolgorouki
gorouki oroukl One of tho local papers PfPers on onThursday onThursday onThursday
Thursday reproduced reprodue d on its front page pagefrom pagefrom pagefrom
from one of the New York papers a car cartoon cnrtoon caroon ¬
toon oon showing the evolution of a hog into intoPrince IntoPrince intoPrince
Prince Dolgorouki and directly under underneath underneath underneath ¬
neath printed tho lengthy reasons given givenby givenby givenby
by Mr Chaloner for naming his hog Dol Dolgorouki DolgoroukL Dotgorouki = ¬
gorouki Taking this lint page Mr MrChaloner MrChaloner MrChaloner
Chaloner wrote across It In a large hand handthe handthe handthe
the following followingA i iA
A M Lo Prince DolsoroukI evasomes evasomessentiments evesomes evesomessentiments evesomessentiments
sentiments les plus plu dlstlngues dltlnguesJohn dltlnguesJohnArmstrong dietinguesJohnArmstrong John JohnArmstrong
Armstrong Chaloner Richmond Va VaLo YaOILe VaLo
OILe Lo 77 D Octobre 1910 1910Mr 1910Mr lil0Mr
Mr Chaloners translation of the above aboveIs
Is To M le Prince Dolgoroukl with the theassurance theurance theaesurance
assurance of my most distinguished dl Unguishcd con consideration oonldel1 Concideratton ¬
sideration ciderattonHaving siderationHaving ldel1 tlon tlonHavln
Having Havln written the above over the pic pictured pictured pictured ¬
tured evolution Mr Chaloner proceeded proceededto
to have It neatly placed in Westmoreland WestmorelandClub WestmorelandClub YastmorelandClub
Club stationery and addressed nddre sEd it In his hisown hisown hisown
own firm legible hand handFrom handFrom handFrom
From John Armstrong Chaloner Rich Richmond Richmond Richmond ¬
mond Va A A M le Prince Dolgoroukl DolgorouklSelno DolgorouklSelno DoigoroukiSeine
Selno de 1Ambassade do la Russia Rus la ParisFrance Paris ParisFranco ParisFrnneo
Franco FrancoTrusting FrnneoTrusting FranceTrusting
Trusting this to no one Mr Chaloner Chalonerhimself ChalonerhlmseU Chalonerhimself
himself Journeyed to the t1e t postoffice and andthere andthere andthere
there registered his missive mts81ve m salvo and taking takingtherefor taking takingtherefor takingtherefor
therefor the receipt reco pt of Uncle Sam andhls andhlsguarantee and andhisguarantee his hisguarantee
guarantee that it will be delivered to tho thoaddrss thoaddrtss theaddrss
addrss addrtss and an Acknowledgment lCknowledg acknowledgment nent to that thateffect tltatetect thateffect
effect returned to Mr Chaloner Chaloneroom ChalonerOoon ChalonerDoors
Doors oom 1r 1 Inches Thick Thlckl 8150 150 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey bbey Co 6th N Y Ave
TEST RIDE AN ORDEALArmy ORDEALArmy ORDEAL ORDEALArmy
Army Officers in Rain Circling CirclingThirtymile OirclingThirtymile CirclingThirtymile
Thirtymile Trip TripThe TripTh TripThe
The Th thlrtyflve array UJ1 ofltaers from Fort FortMyer lortIyer FortMyer
Myer Iyer who arrived an1vedAD In Boekvilie yesterdayafternoon yesterday yesterdayafternoon y yatteraoon
afternoon on a ninetymile nlJety threeday teat teatride Itride testride
ride left her here this th morning for a thirty thirtymUe thirtynube i imile
mile ride to the upper section a of the thecounty tbecounty thecounty
county and HtUl peturn They reached theireaatA their theircamp theireamp
camp on the flits faJrgrounda grounds here about 8Nut0c1oclt t toclock 1oclock
oclock yesterday YMterda afternoon arter ooa hfeat M Me and andhorses aadhor sadhorses
horses hor were apparently apparen y in tha tb best of ofcondition orcondition ofcondition
condition notwithstanding that the long longrid lonertd longride
ride rid was made over 0 muddy mudd roads and andwith aadwith andwith
with rain falling nearly the entire timeThe time timeThe timeThe
The officers 0 spent Urn night Jn n camp camphere camphere camphere
here and will leave early rly this morning morningfor mom momtor morningfor
for the thirtymile return trip to Fort FortMyer Port1lyr FortMyer
Myer The officers are under command commandof
e of f Jtfaj Gen Leonard Wood WoodWELLMAiHS WoodWELLMAN WoodT
WELLMAiHS WELLMAN T IS READY READITO READYTO
isATLANTIC
TO GROSS ATLANTIC ATLANTICSix 1 1ix
Six ix Men to Compose Crew of ofDirigible ofDirigible ofDirigible
Dirigible America AmericaAtlantic AluericaAtlDUc AmericaAtlantic
Atlantic City Ctt X J Oct 8 IThere There will willbe willbe willbe
be no eighthour day for the six men who whoare whoare whoare
are about to start on a transAtlantic transAtlantictrip trans tnulaAtlaaUCtrtp Atlantic Atlantictrip
trip to London in Walter Welhnans air airship airIWp airship ¬
ship America Eighteenhour shifts will wfllbe willbe j jbe
be the rule rule and with the multiplicity of ofengines of68g1D611 ofengines
engines ropes Instruments lutrum and apparatus appa apparatus apparatue ¬
ratus to watch they will be busy bu shifts shiftsYet abittYet shiftsYet
Yet the crew cr the captain and the engi enctneer engineer I Ineer
neer are impatient to begin n theM dies labors laborsThe laborsThe i iThe
The biajdirigible with its SSfoot foot gas gasbag pab8K gasbag
bag and its liefoot ear has beee tasted tastedin teatedIn testedin
in every detail and now DO swings uneasily uneasilyin Iy IyIn
in IU shed here ready for the journey journeywith journeywith journeywith
with its wireless wlrel equipment installed and andits andIta andita
Ita supplies all 11 stored storedOur tcreeOur storedOur
Our estimate of the time for theRight the theflight thempt
flight said Mr Wellman today Is Issomewhere 18eomewhele is issemewbere
somewhere from six Ix to eight days if con conditions condltiona eonditiona ¬
ditions are decently favorable but we wewill we1n wewill
will 1n have provisions for a thirtyday thirtydayflight thlrtY thirtydayflight day dayfllcht
flight and emergency rations for thirty thirtydays thirt thirtday thirtydays
days day more That is a a safeguard against againstthe a againstthe in t tthe
the thousand chances that beset an en enterprise enterpriH entorprise ¬
terprise like this thisMalvin th1aMelvin thisMelvin
Melvin Vanlman the mechanical geniua ge genius conhzs ¬
nius of the expedition has done every everything everythinI everything ¬
thing that skill and foresight can do to tomake tomake tomake
make the airship fit for the journey and andthough ttndthousk andthough
though failure is not unlikely we believe believewere bell believewere e ewore
were going gol < to demonstrate that a dirigible diri dirigible dlrlsible ¬
gible can cross < the Atlantic in the same sametime sametime sametime
time or even leas than the liners linersThe linersThe linersThe
The aviator who is to write the story storyof storyof tory toryet
of this trip for Hamptons Magazine Magazinebases Magazinebases gazjne gazjnebasee
bases his hi belief that the trip will 111 take takeabout takeabout takeabout
about a week on two factors the engines enginesand enslnosand enginesand
and the winds One gasoline motor of of80horse ataohorse of80horse
80horse power will turn two propellers propellersTIIIO
750 time times a minute giving a speed of 30miles 30 30miles 30mlles
miles an hour There is also another anothermotor Mothermotor anothermotor
motor of 901 9100 9 1OO horsepower driving two twoother twoother twoother
other propellers The large motor is s to tobe tobe tobe
be used alternatively with the other one onerunning onerunning onerunning
running while the other cools coolsA coolsA coolsA
A careful study of air currants lies Imashown 1uslibown liesshown
shown the prevailing winds at this thiaseason thiss thisseason
season s season ason of the year elir to be In the di direction dlractlon direction ¬
rection of the airships projected projectedcourse projectedcourse projectedcourse
course In still air the aviators scan scanmake can canmake canmake
make a speed of twenty miles an hour hourwith hourwIth hourwith
with one engine and any favorable favorablewind favorabllwind favorablewind
wind will increase tho speed by the thovelocity tbovelocity thevelocity
velocity of tho breeze To keep the thedirigible thedirigIble thedirigible
dirigible at the desired distance above abovethe aboYt3the abovOthe
the water Mr Vaniman Vl nlman the engi engineer eftglneer engineer ¬
neer has designed what he calls the theequilibrator theequllibrator theequilibrator
equilibrator which Is a series or orcylindrical orc orcylindrical
cylindrical c llndrlcal gasoline tanks strung like likebeads likebends likebeads
beads on a long steel cable This js jscontrolled I Icontrolled iscontrolled
controlled by means of a winch on onthe onthe onthe
the ear earA carA earA
A balloon full of hydrogen constantly constantlyexpands constantlyexpand8 constantlyexpands
expands and contracts under the Influ Influince innuInce influinco
ince of temperature changes When the thehydrozen theh thehydrozen
hydrozen h droZ n contracts1 contf ets the dirigible Rinks Rinkswhen rdnkswhen sinkswhen
when It expands pands Jt rises The equilibra equilibrator equilibrator equillbrator ¬
tor Is heavy heav but it will float Therefore Thereforewhen Thereforewhen Thereforewhen
when the dirigible sinks toward the wa water water water ¬
ter successive links of tho equillbrator equillbratorrest equJ1Jbratorrest equilibratorrest
rest on the surface and with the weight weightthus weightthus weightthus
thus relieved the balloon rises When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the gas again expands the equilibrator equilibratoris
is raised and its weight overcomes the theIncreased theIncreased theincreased
Increased bouyancy thus maintaining the thedesired th thdesired thedesired
desired level which is to be between 160 160and 160and 160and
and 250 feet above the sea Theeaui Thequilibrator Theeauilibrator ThunuflIbrator
librator is regarded as one of the most mostuseful mostuseful mostuseful
useful and important parts of the air airship airship airship ¬
ship
Pairs of Xo 1 BIluils for 8125 t2 i
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave
RELIGIOUS ORDERS ORDERSMOST ORDERSMUST ORDERSGO
MOST GO AT ONCE ONCEBanished ONCEBanished OUEBanished
Banished by New Republic Republicof
of Portugal PortugalGIVEN PortugalGIVEN PortugalGIVEN
GIVEN TWENTYFOUR HOURSProvisional HOURS HOURSProvisional HOURSProlstlonnl
Provisional Government Publishes Pnlillnheni PnlJIINhcrsDecree PublishesDecree
i Decree anal iiMl Arrests Yellow Unr Unri JlnrhOJln linrlaorhnr
i l hOJln laorhnr orlnc of Chiirohnien ChnrchmenS6w Now Regime RegimeRifeeftivInK1 RegimeR
RifeeftivInK1 R Ra q 1vlptr Jn General Suiinort SuiinortUsoonTtMt Sultportz
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1 7 7UIboii1M1U z c cLtton <
UsoonTtMt UIboii1M1U Ltton vdt S 3u AU members of r rang rellgoua rangous Hg Hgous
ous order or are directed to leave Portugal Portugalwithin Portugalwithin I iI i i1tb1ft
within twentydour tweaty our UI hours by a decree Her Hersued te teaued Issued
sued today toda by the government governmentThus lOVeramefttThus govetnuimtThus
Thus the government enuDet takes the first firststep ftntp Arstatop
step p to make good one of the cardinal erdinalprinciples cardinalprinciples cardlAalprlDetplea
principles set forth In its first proclama proclamation pnclamatJothe proclamationthe ¬
tJothe tion the separation of church and state stateThe stateltte MateThe
The issuing luID of the dcree followed a afierce afterce athroe
fierce fight between tweeta stveral stve ral hundred hundredpriests hUDdredprtca hundredpriests
priests and monks and two regiments of ofinfantry oftDtaDtrJ ofInfantry
infantry at the Jesuit monastery on the theUna thenua theRwt
Una do Quelbaa last night Only the th4hoisting th thhollU thehoisting
hoisting hollU of a British nag over the mon monastery 1t1OItlISt monastery ¬
astery lISt saved its clerical defenders from fromslaughter fromalauPter fromslaughter
slaughter The troops trooparespected respected the nag nagand ftaand hagand
and ceased thing thingSome nrlngSome ftrlQSome
Some of the monks expelled a eUed from the themonastery themOftte themonastery
monastery mOftte today to day violtntly resisted the thesoldiers theaoIdien thesoldiers
soldiers aoIdienRECTOR soldiersRECTOR
RECTOR QUESTIONS QUESTIONSBIBLES llESTIOS llESTIOSBIBLES
BIBLES ACCURACY ACCURACYKey
Key A A Morrison of Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon ¬
gon Startles Conference ConferenceBISHOP ConfeIenceBISHOP ConferenceBISHOP
BISHOP HARDING WILL SPEAK SPEAKSnedal SPEAKto SPEAKepdtt
Snedal to ttte Wsiie Wastioctoa iDraa In Hm HmCincinnati Hmd HmdCincinnatI HtazdCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio Oct S SThat That the theBible th8Bible theBible
Bible is not the word of God and can cannever cannner cannever
never be taken t n to be that by the wise wisepeople w wpeople wisepeople
people of this thl country coqntry was the state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment made here today Ocla by Rev A A A AMorrison A Aorrlson AMorrison
Morrison orrlson of Portland Ore OreDr OreDr OreDr
Dr Morrison was replying to an ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal to the house of deputies by Dr DrJ DrJ DrJ
J WMetlvatn W Mcilyaln of Plttsburg to place placetho DlaC DlaCtho placethe
tho name of God in the constitution oC oCthe orthe ofthe
the church He says s that because or orinaccuracies otIna ofinaccuracies
inaccuracies inaccuracies Ina curacl8ii the Scriptures have neverbeen never neverbeen neverbeQn
been considered as the word of God Godbut Godbut Godbut
but only onl the writings of men who had hadHis hactHis hadHis
His work at heart and the wish to aid aidthose aidthose aidthoso
those who sought to know more of ofHis orHIs ofHis
His work workOne workOte workOne
One of f the speakers here tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning will be the Right Rev AlfredHarding Alfred AlfredHarding AltrcHnrdfnG
Harding Bishop of Washington and andone andone andone
one of the most brilliant men in the thaconvention thQconvontlon theconvention
convention He will sneak at Grace GnutoChurch Grau GraceChurch o oChurcb
Church which is one of the largest largestdowntown lwrgostdownton largestdowntown
downtown Episcopal churches Rev RevR RovR RevR
R R + II McKIm of Washington pre presiding pr prsidinG presiding ¬
siding officer at the house of bishopswill bishops bishopswill bishopSwlll
will speak in the afternoon kt Trinity TrinityChurch TrinityChurch TrinityChurch
Church ChurchAVonien ChurchlVomen
AVonien omen Contribute 300000 300000The 300000The 10OOOThe
The church ch rh received today almost almost8000fao
900000 from the womans auxiliary to the theboard theboard theboard
board of missions which has worked workedsteadily work6dsteadily workedsteadily
steadily for tho missionary work of the thechurch thelchurch thechurch
church for many years ears Miss Julia C CEmory CEmory CEmory
Emory of New York City CIt has been the thesecretary thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of this body for the last twelve twelveyears twelveyears twelveyears
years and has attended every triennial triennialgathering triennialgathering triennialgathering
gathering for the last thirty thlrt years yearsDr yearsDr yearsDr
Dr McKln McKlni of Washington denied this thhmorning thtmorning thismorning
morning that the East has been better bettertreated bettertreated bettertreated
treated than the West In the naming of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men to committees though one of the thedelegates thedelegates thedelegates
delegates from the Neat got up after afterward attorward afterward ¬
ward arid said that twelve twelvG out of thir thirteen tlPrteen thirteen ¬
teen delegates on many man of the prominent prominentcommittees prominentcommltte prominentcommittees
committees commltte 8 were ministers and laymen laymenfrom Jaymontrom laymenfrom
from the East
9123 12 to Baltimore and ReturnSnturdays Return ReturnSaturdays ReturnSturda
Saturdays Sturda s and Sundays via Penna R R R RTickets RTickets RTickets
Tickets good returning returnln until Sunday night nightAll nl nightAll Bt BtAn
All regular trains except the Congressional Congres Congressional Con as asalonal ¬
sional Limited LimitedPretty LtmltedPrett LimitedPretty
Pretty Prett Mantel for S300 300 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th Gbh N Y Ave Aver
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GAYNOR OUT OF RACE RACEi RACESays RACESays RACESays i
Says He Has No Ambition to Be BePresident BePresident Bep BePresident
p President PresidentNew PresidentNew PresidentNew
V
New York Oct S sJmes Jame Creelman ina in ina n na
a signed article said last night Mayor MayorGaynor MalorGaYftor MayorGaynor
Gaynor of New York has not changed changedhi changedhlw changedhis
his hi mind In regard r gard to accepting the nomi nomination nomination nomination ¬
nation far the Presidency In a letter to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Croelman Cr cman the mayor said he had no nopolitical nopOUt1cal nopolitical
political ambitions and the governorship governorshipof governor 1lp 1lpat
of the th Stats was not even sought He Heaccepted Heaccepted
the mayoralty merely a aa an nl op opportunity apportunfty opportunity ¬
portunity for public service serviceMayer sm1ceMaor serviceMayor
Mayer Gaynors stand was taken when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was acquainted with a letter written writtenby writtenby writtenby
by Henry Watterson to the effect that he hehad hehad hehad
had aspirations asplra Hons for the Presidency PresidencyFROST PresldeneyFROST PresidencyFROST
FROST IN BUFFALO BUFFALOHay BUFFALOHay
Hay Fever Is Checked for the Sea Season Season Season ¬
son There ThereBuffalo Thereurtalo Theret Thereuffalo
Buffalo urtalo Oct S sIjay Splay Hay t fever is a thing thingof thingot thingof
of the past in Buffalo for at least 1e an another anoUter another ¬
other year ear Last night this city experi experienced cportneed experienced ¬
enced the first heavy hoa frost of the season seasonIt 8 seasonIt fiHn fiHnIt
It was akittlng frosfcand frost am and exposed pieces pieceswere plac placeswere fJ fJwert
were so 5 < covered by it that they had the theappearance theR19pearaneO theappearance
appearance of being bein covered by a light lightsnowfall lightilnowfall lightsnowfall
snowfall snowfallTAFT ilnowfallT snowfallTAFT
T TAFT AFT WILL RELY RELYON RELYON
ON BAHHARDS BAARDSari AID AIDNew AIDNew
New Yorker 1 1uation ari > er Will Watch Sit Situation Situation Situation ¬
uation in His State StateHELPING StateHELFING StateHELPING
HELPING HAND FOR STIMSON STIMSONWill STIMSONWI11
Will 111 Send Cabinet Officer to Xew XewYork XewYorIo NewYork
York and Auo Sonic of Adniliilxtrn Administrations AdniliilxtrnUOIIN Ac1mlnbtrntlonK
UOIIN next eHt Speaker Spcnl erA to Ohio This ThisMonth 1hlsJontbInbor ThisMonthLabor
Month JontbInbor Labor Leader nt Beverly Beverlyto Deerl Deerlto
to Discuss Pending Peml1l1 Legislation LepifdatlonBeverly Ie LegislationBeverly IKI tIon tIonBeerlr
Beverly Oct 4 LOtto Otto T Barnard of ofNew atNew ofNew
New York City was a 5 gtleet eat at the theTah theTahcottal Ta Tacottage Tact Tactcottage
cottage today todaysad aaa1 will retaata with Uw UwPrecMeat enGleat theresident
resident over h r Sunday The President Prl8ldlAtw Presidentwnl j jwill
will discuss the X New w York State Statetioa SIML SIMLUon altaatloa
Uon with him hteThe himon himTb
The Tb frequent conereAces conference between thePresident the thePresident th thPrMld
President PrMld llt and Mr Bernard have led u to toconsiderable > i iconsiderable
considerable political speculation specula Msatyj Msatyjbelieve 117 117believe IKtenybelieve
believe that Mr r Taft will look to Mr airBanpard MrBanaard XIBaJIprcl
Banaard to keep him posted Jl OB the situ sitution situa situation situstion
tion la New Tack Stale Stt especially in inrefereftce Inrelere Inreference
reference relere to the lteeup Une for 1S12 111 With WithCol WithCol 1tIthCol
Col Roosevelt la control e of o f th the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York State lUpuWican organization and andunder an4ur andunder
under sWpkiVos sMap eani < J rardtd regart J tt JSJSiJ1 Lo LounL H HIHirlaaaa tainurL1faehdas
nurL1faehdas unL t J1t i llant ftA ftAMI 5 5r
r MI ahept fOf a ifNI lend M iieUtttitlox iieUtttitloxlyryaes palkkiLr palkkiLrwile
IHirlaaaa wile a 1 ton w Heat el1m > lm la touch wit wittbe withthe with wiUtthe
the t Inside Me drift of eTWtt evete4Ja J tfcaStepfta tfcaStepftaSUte ttl8 Jl npn npnState ta taState
State StateMr Statek SUteMr
Mr k Baanard is just Ute sort of a man manhe mube manbe
be would select for tfcis service He Hole is a awarm awarm awarm
warm personal friend of the President Presidenttheir PreslMftttheIr Presidenttheir
their acquaintanceship having been begun begunback begunback u uback
back in undergraduate andwlf cluate days at Yale Mr MrBannard 1drBannard
Bannard waa active in President Tafts Taftsinterests orat1alaterftts TaftsInterests
interests before fore the recent convention at atSaraCDf atHe atSaratoga
Saratoga He was present PI nt at the much muchdiscusaed muchcJleeuaed muchdiscussed
discussed meeting between the President Presidentand Prellldentand Presidentand
and CoL Roosevelt at New Ne Haven and andafter andafier andafter
after the conference C8 accompanied Jed ib ibPresident the tIaPre8ldeet thePresident
President as tar as Albang while bile Lloyd LloydC
C Griscom turned back with Roosevelt Itoosevelttoward Roo Roosevelttoward velt velttoward
toward New York City CityMakes CityJlnkeK CityMakes
Makes Him Confident ConfidentMr Con ConfidentMr rlent
Mr Bannard was the only New Yorker Yorkerof Y Yorkerof ler lerof
of political complexion with whom thePresdent the thePresident UtePrtlddeftl
President conferred wllle he was in thatcity that thatcity thatctty
city last Sunday The Invitation to Mr MrBannard MrBannard 11 11BaJmard
Bannard to visit Beverly BeverIY5 was extended exten ed by bythe b bthe bythe
the President Preeid t o oa + u that occasion It is ex expected exp expected ¬
pected p that there will be ue other meetings maetingsbetween meetingsMtween meetingsbetween
between the PreVtdent Pr ident t and Mr Baanard Baanardin
in the course of the fall campaign campaignIf campl ft ftIt
If Col Roosevelt undertakes und tak an active activecampaign activecampal activecampaign
campaign campal for the th 1912 1t1 nomination nODl NltioD it itwill Itwill itwill
will be to friends like Mr Baanard thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the President will ill turn In New York YorkState YorkState YorkState
State It its believed here that Taft sup supporters supporten supporters ¬
porters are making plans to guard his hisinterests hisIntere hisInterests
interests Intere ts m 1ft the present pre nt fight fightConflicting fightConflicting ht htConAictln
Conflicting ConAictln reports in regard r rd to the theNew theNew theNew
New York State situation have havebrou been beenbrought beenbrought
brought brou t to Beverly Bev ly within the last few fewdavs fewdaYs few4a
daYs 4a davs e It is understood that the Presi Presidents Presidents Presidents ¬
dents own opinion Is that it will be some sometime Ometime sometime
time before the drift of sentiment in New NewYork NeWYork NewYork
York State can be accurately weighed weighedThe welahedThe weighedThe
The President in conversation with call callen eatlen callers
en has however howev r repeatedly expressed expressedgreat e expressedgreat pr8Slad pr8Sladsreat
great faith in Mr Stimsons Stina ° ons ability to tomake tomake tomake
make a favorable Impression upon the thevoters thevoters thevoters
voters It is likely that the President Presidentill Presidentwill
W will ill give Stimson a helping hand before beforethe beCorethe beforethe
the campaign is over by sending a Cab Cabinet Cab118t Cabnet ¬
net officer into New Ne York States to de deliver de delIer deliver ¬
liver at a at least one speech speechWill speechwill
Will 111 Send Speakers to Ohio OhioThe 01110The OhioThe
The President today toda renewed his hispromise hispromise hispromise
promise to send some of the administra administrations admtnlstrations adminlstralions ¬
tions best speakers into Ohio in the thepresent theIJIOIent thepresent
present campaign He gave this promise promiseto
to G A McClellan owner of o the Dayton DaytonJournal DaytonJournal DaytonJournal
Journal and Carmi Thompson secretary secretaryof
of state st of Ohio who dropped oft at atBeverly atBeverly atBeverly
Beverly this afternoon afternoonJohn afternoonJohn afternoonJohn
John Mitchell and James Duncan the thelabor lhelabor thelabor
labor leaders were callers at the Taft Taftcottage T8tcottage Taftcottage
cottage today today They came tJ t confer conferwith canterwith conferwith
with tlje President Pre ldent in regard M 0 > labor laborlegislation laborIILtlon laborlegislation
legislation IILtlon which will be recommended recommendedto
to the next session of Congress The ThePresident ThePrQ9Ident ThePresident
President told them be would again urge urgethe urgethe urgethe
the passage of a workmens compensa compensation compen compention compensation ¬
tion bill This is to provide for the set settlement settlement settlement ¬
tlement of the claims for damages damagesagainst damagesa damagesaslnst
against a lnat interstate carriers by arbitrationThe arbitration arbitrationThe arbltraUonThe
The labor legislation programme prograr > 9me also will willInclude wBlInclude willInclude
Include a safety appliance bill and the thesocalled theaocalled thesocalled
socalled antiinjunction bill which was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not reached in the last session sessionThe se sessionThe ston stonTho
The two labor leaders who called ooU d to today today today ¬
day made some new suggestions to the thepresident theI theI
president I resident resl ent They were not made public publicMr publicIr publicMr
Mr Mitchell and Mr Ir Duncan intend to togive togive togive
give the President further Information In Inregard Inregard Inregard
regard to them before any an definite decislon de decision declaion ¬
cision is reached reachedAero reachedAero reachedAcre
Aero Prizes Reach Huge Sum SnuiParis SnwParis SumParis
Paris Oct S SThe The treasurer of f the theAero theAero theAero
Aero Club announces that 2 24OOM 3i60 francs francshas francsbas francshas
has been distributed in prizes at avia aviatioi alatl01 aviatiol
tioi meetings under the clubs control up upto upto upto
to date date21i date775ew
52775 21i 775ew Xcw Orleans and Return ReturnBaltimore ReturnBaltimore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio route Account Ama Amateur Amateur Amateur ¬
teur Athletic Championship Games Oc October October October ¬
tober 11 12 and 13 valid for return until untilOctober unUlOcteber untilOctober
October 21 Ask B O agents for particulars par particulars particulars ¬
ticulars ticularsMolding ticularsfoldlngll ticularsMoldings
Molding Tfo 1 1 for i Cent a Foot FootFrank FootFrank FootWank
Frank Libbey bbey 8 Co 6th N Y Ave
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Picturesque Wisconsin Cabin CabinHushed CabinRusbed CabinRushed
Hushed by b Posse PosseWHITE Possef PosseVHITE PosseWHITE
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WHITE FLAG IS RUN DP DPHundreds UPHundreds QPHundreds
Hundreds of Shots Fired Be Before Bcfore Before ¬
fore He Surrenders SurrendersCameron SurrendersCameron SurrendersCameron
Cameron Dam Defender Wounded Woundednud Woundedand ounl d dnnd
and Warfare urlnre of Year Years Ends EndsTrap EndsTrapSet Trap TrapSet
Set l ly > y DcputlcB DcpuHefiLabt Lant Chapter of ofFamous oflnmoWi ofFamous
Famous Ca Cane e Written When cn En Entire Entire Entire ¬
tire Family In Taken to Jail JailHnsteiiH JnUUaNtenH JailHastens
Hastens to Seek Shelter ShelterWinter ShelterWinter ShelterWinter
r
Winter Wis Oct SJaJw J Jobn Dlatz the theoutlaw theoutlaw theoutlaw
outlaw of Cameron Dam DAm late ai this after afternoon attarnoon afternoon ¬
noon sureadered was arrested and hand handcuffed haudeutred handcuffed ¬
cuffed Little Helen Dietz appeared appear with witha
a nag of truce at Je p Po m 1ft She walked walkedto
to the edge ed e of the clearing weeping w IJIIJtf met metSheriff metSblWUt metSheriff
Sheriff Madden Iadd lid said saidfather aidIatber saidFather
father was shot in the thelud hand and will willsurrender willrrender willsurrender
surrender rrender if guaranteed safe at conduct to toJail tojail tojail
Jail with 1th the family familyDeputy familYDeputJ familyDeputy
Deputy Fred Tborbalin want to the thecabin theeabtn thecabin
cabin aad pat handcuffs JUIen an Dials DialsThe DietzThe
The gun battle began at 946 9 a a m mvery mery mvery
very ery tide rift in the posse of Sixty men mensurrounding menS1lrr mensurrounding
surrounding S1lrr tnc the DIetz cabin hashed fire OreIt fireIt fireIt
It appears that John and Leslie Dietz Dietzwalked DIetzwalked Dietzwalked
walked into the trap set by the deputies deputiesLeslie deputiesLea deputiesLeslie
Leslie Lea left the eJrin to go to the far farside falaide farside
side of the clearing e for a coat He had hadproceeded hadabout hadprocceded
proceeded about 2M yards when te was wasfired wasaM wastired
fired upon uponHastens upoaHnsten uponHastens
Hastens Hnsten to Se Seek Ic Shelter ShelterLeslie ShclterLes ShelterLeslie
Leslie Les jumped back and ran along the thecrest theerest thecrest
crest of the hill on which toe cabin stands standstp standsto
to get behind 111114 a lumber pile For a distanoe distance dis distance ¬
tance of at least 900 00 feet he was a fair fairtarget tairtuxet fairtarget
target for the guns of the deputies deputiesJohn ep deputiesJohn tle tleJohn
John Diets DtelE when the shooting abootIn started startedwas ataltedwubetweeo startedwas
was wubetweeo between the barn and the lumber lumberpiles lumbfrDiles lumberpiles
piles Behind one of the paM of lumber lumberwere 18Mberere lumberwere
were ere a few deputies and he received the thafafl thetvH thefull
full Are from these men He suddenly suddenlypitched suddenlypttebed suddenlypitched
pitched forward and down on his knees kneesand knef15JUi kneesand
and lay la prostrate for a moment then thenscrambled thenscramblM thenscrambled
scrambled to hi hk feet and made a run runfor rwnfor runfor
for the cabin and darted inside the deer deerDelve doc docj docq
Delve q t OUt 1G4teat l Iet ont the theUtI theth
> < j th t UtI Tb Debt riie4 belg began to fly She Shefaa SMta Shetalc
faa ta iNBMt tM tb house and tp apparently tetidy was wasnot wasnot wasmot
not 1 injured While the movements were weretaking wer wertakmg weretaking
taking place J aee the Ut Snetihaafe ftullld m was kept keptwp keptlIp keptup
wp iTem all 1114 sides of the ct clearing a Wtten Wttenthey Wteltbey Wifenthey
they sere all within the shack fleeshots five fiveshots 11 11shctl
shots were tired back through th thwindows ttwiJuJowa the thewindows <
windows that wtis w > all the reply On Ondeputy Ondelut Ondeputy
deputy sheriff is I said to have fallen fallenfrom fallenfro fallenfrom
from fro one of these the shot shotLn shots abotsLnl shotsLast
Ln Lnl Last t Chanter Written WrittenWhile writtenWhile VrlUcnWbll
While outside of the cabin neither neitherJohn HlthpIJoha neitherJohn +
John nor his son Leslie carried a arifle arift aride
rifle rift if t they had revolver on th their thirpono theirpersona ir irperson
person they were wet not In evidence evidenceThe oYldenCtiThe evidenceThe
The last chapter in the history of this thisfamous th1sAMOUS thisfamous
famous AMOUS case was written late tonight tonightwhen toalghtwh tonightwhen
when wh upon the surrender of the outlaw out outlaw outlaw ¬
law he e and his family taaU were conveyed conveyedin eoaey t tJD tin
in automobiles to Hayward th thcounty theouaty thcounty
county seat of Sawyer County and andplaced an1in andplaced
placed in jail It is understood how however horever however ¬
ever that the wife and children ehildr are arebeing arebelft arebeing
being belft taken care car of outside the jail jailJohn jailJohn jailJohn
John Diets was shot through the thehand theund thehand
hand and Leslie Dietz was shot inthe in inthe Inthe
the hip Neither case Is consideredserious considered consideredserious coulderedserious
serious seriousFINlTpOTS seriousFIND seriousFINDPOTS
FIND FINDPOTS FINlTpOTS POTS OF GOLD GOLDIndiana GOLDIndiana GOLDIndiana
Indiana Woman Working in Her HerGarden HerGarden HerGarden
Garden Gets Treasure TreasureSouth TreasureSouth TreasureSouth
South Bend f ne Ind Oct SA A pot of ofgold otgold ofgold
gold containing rontaJntn more mor than 118 lldO 1M was wasfound wasround wasfound
found by Mrs Edw Ed Casey of Harris HarrisTownship HarrisTownship HarrisTownship
Township in her garden She was work working worklag ork orkIn ¬
lag In in the flower beds when heft to her sur surprise surprise surprise ¬
prise a S3ff 90 gold 1cI piece was brought tothe to tothe tothe
the surface surfaceShe furfaeeShe surfaceShe
She began digging and In a a few min nlleutas minutes mlnutali ¬
utes uncovered a mat can which con contained contalDed contained ¬
tained gold pieces es amounting in all to toJl145
Jl145 Some of the coins bore the date dateof dateof dateof
of list 1 but most o 0 them were ere coined coinedIn colntdIn coinedin
In ISS9the ISSO ISSOShe
1 he She farm was formerly occupied by byHenry b bHenn byHonry
Henry Casey Cue a wealthy farmer who ho died diedabout diedaboot diedabout
about twenty years ago a It te thought thoughtthat thou thoughtthat ht htthat
that he buried the gold Id for safekeeping safekeepingBELIEVES safekeepingBELIEVES safekeepingBELIEVES
BELIEVES BAKER SLATED SLATEDTO SLATEDTO SLATEDTO
TO SUCCEED BALLINGER BALUNGEEAtlanta BALLINGERAtlanta BALLINGERAtlanta
Atlanta Oct 5Bernard S Bernard N Baker of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore who came to Atlanta to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the Southern SOuth n Conservation Congress left leftfor lefttor leftfor
for Beverly Maw today in response responseto
to a telegram of invitation from President PresidentTa Pres1denTaft PresidentTaft
Ta Taft t Mr Baker would not say peel positively p peeltlvely ll lltlvel ¬
tively why he has been called to Bever Beverly Jeerly Beverly ¬
ly but his friends state that he is slated slatedto slatedto slatedto
to succeed Secretary o 01 the Interior Bal Balllnger BalUnser Ballinger
linger llngerMr Unserllr i iMr
Mr Baker is a former president of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Conservation COM IaUOn Congress and is isthoroughly igthoroughly isthoroughly
thoroughly in sympathy smpath with the conser conservation eomeryaUon conservation ¬
vation movement He is a steamship steamshipowner sUIImahlpowner steamshipowner
owner and was sent to Panama by both bothPresident bothPresident bothPresident
President Roosevelt and President Taft Taftto Taftto Taftto
to investigate conditions surrounding surroundingsteamship surroundingiteamshlp surroundingsteamship
steamship facilities ta lIlth there thereFor thereFor thereFor
For sometime some time leading conservationistshave conservationists conservationistshave CODS ratlonlsts ratlonlstshave
have been pushing Bilker as a successor successorto
to BalUnger No appointment unless un it itbe itbe itbe
be GIfford P Pnch Pinchot nchot t could mean more for forconservation folconseraUon forconservation
conservation and especially in the South Southand Southand Southand
and Appalachian district district so declare con conservation consCI conservation ¬
servation sCI tlon enthusiasts enthusiastsWill enthusiastsf
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Paris Oct O t S 8 SM M 1 Gesso who uses an anaeroplane anaeroplane anaeroplane
aeroplane of tho SantoeDumont Demol Demoiselle Demolselle Demolselle ¬
selle type has signed Sl ed an agreement to tofly tofir tofly
fly at the Belmont Park meeting meeUn Wln Wlnnalen WInnalen Wlnnalen
nalen who holds the height record In Insisted Insisje In Insized ¬
sized sisje upon term that were too high highhis bighpf highf
f pf his engagement enga ement to appear at the theI them themegiing
I meeting m t1nS
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