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Balloon Travels 1185 Miles Milesfrom Milesiron Milesfrom
from St Louis LouisBANDS Louish LouisMNDS
Canada Asked to Find Three ThreeOther ThreeOther fhlceOthor
Other Pilots PilotsAmerica PilotsAmerlcn PilotstinerIcn
America H Aznrea ami Du fluMe1e1or1 ulilorf ulilorfII cltlorrII
II Have I1n Xot IIvcu Heart Ihn rtl from Since SinceCrpNsiiiK ShucCrrliIng SIfl SIflIng
CrpNsiiiK CrrliIng Ing JJoundur JJoundary Line IhllCru L1uitCrI Aero Club Clubor CluborSt ClutiorSt
or orSt St Louis Louc Vents itr linger Are in inBistre InDbtrcIJ LiiDIktres
Bistre DbtrcIJ In Northern Forei 1 Forwith I l bb tN anil anilA nnllslj Zulu
A iZ > slj lvH Government ts Aid AidK Uu1Lu4 1t1 1t1K
K K Lfwie L Lu4 Mow uL o Oct aCapt Huso von vonAhor V vonsad n nn
Ahor i n and hi h aid Ld August Bbxnckertt BlMckertio1M BbxnckerttIN
IN 1 GI bf keiteoa fios Oermanla probably bty bnve bnvebroken btnI1JNk btv btvbcoMtb
broken 1JNk bcoMtb the world worhi record r cord for djta t 4JEsc taae c by bylanding byIidti J JS
landing Iidti S Wednesday W morning at at Coocoo Coocooeaefc CoocooCltulpIaIn Coocooeche
eaefc CHaimdaJn County ounty Quebec prov province provea wov wovmc ¬
ince mc Canada ea cani 172 IT mile mU northwest of o Que Quebec Qiboc ¬
bec Thi nil would bring the distance coy covjed eovCI coyd
jed < d ftwn t St Louis by the th Oermania to toaboai
aboai 1 1401 1 11 mHo two mile mil better than thanwaW thanlb
lb waW record recordaero zrdTb
The Tb German aeronauts aero were I 1ft tha th air airoaty IUrOBI altonLy
OBI about fortyBight Mown IUd 4d hartset hanat hart havat
set t a new IN w record erd far S cpeed The TMpoint Tb landtag landtagpoint an4t an4tpoint
point t is believed ed to bo about let miles mileswet JIIIIeaMt mftiweit
wet Mt 9t C Kiskistnk wherp wbft WbftZdabJd a balloon ° ° was wasrigiKail WIUIiWeclDMday
rigiKail Wednesday It la a wilderness wildernessof wUdem wUdemof
of takes ak and fore tor torets ta Thta leavea lea Isav yea three threebatloona threeba1oona tlwetbkfloota
batloona unaccounted for forThe forne forTbe
The Aero Club of 3t 3t Loula i La alarmed alarmedat alarmelat
at the prolonged silettce 1eoce of three balloon balloonpilot baUeonand I IpIlota
pIlota pilot and their aid Ida alda and today tocta MIred aalcedto MIredtile sake I Ith
to tile Canadian n government vrnm9nt to begin a a hunt huntfor haattOf hualr
for r them tit It Is believed bellev that the balloon balloonUntM baJloo balloonuI
UntM 1 Wednesday night and the oocu occupaiye oocupa oocuptI
paiye pa ptI a of 0 th t three thr thtO baltoona are X0 in cite distress citetr dl dltr ¬
tress tr la 1 the th lorests fer8H of Canada CanadaThe CaudaThe cadaV
V The appeal for assistance asalaao tan > wore ad addreesedto 841drttalld 41 41dresHd
dreesedto drttalld to Lieut Gov J M Otbaon of ofToronto it itTWOftto t tToronto
Toronto and Lieut Gov C Alphoas At Pel Pellatier PeIJut Pellatler
latier Jut at Quebec The Hudaon Hud oit Bay Com Company Comitlt Cornpony ¬
pony with itlt headquarter Iten at Montreal MontrealTfr X Ioosxea1ialI Ofttrell I Ieel
Tfr ¼ ialI JH ashed eel to begin a seaeh e ach eta for the theTlva thebe theunt4iLa
Tlva be bauii4 baUcjfi are re e aa yet unreported nnreportedThey unreportedThey eported eported8J
They 8J are re the Lb America II the Yankee Yankeeentry y ycftJ7 Yankeeeriry
entry Axurea A r a Swiss entry and 111 Du DuseMttf D Dt Due DueJdirt
seMttf Jdirt t IF a German O u3t entry entryllakvley entryHOwlc entryIE8WIe
llakvley HOwlc nUll Pot Al Ahonrel Ahonreltca 4tJonr1irnes1c oar l lAmerica
America tca III II manned by Allen R Haw Hawley Ha Haw1ey w wnUot
ley nUot nOot and UHf JHf Augustus Aucwtt uguatu Post Pilat aidT ai1 ai1of both bothoNer bothotN
oNer otN of York City the Dmeattarf by b bIIN
liana H ns Oarioke pilot HIM and J W Perkins PerkinsaH PtItdDMIIOA Perldna
a aH amt the U Asjfcroa by twPiIet Emil Emilpilet Meesner Meesnerpilot
pilot and Leon Oiorandaa aid ld
Ottawa Ontario Oala 1o Oct n tOIlpt Cpt Tl The Thetiore > IdON w wdore
dON Sehaeck 8e k pilot lot of the balloon butfloo Hel Helvetia HeleUa IleleU ¬
vetia eUa eU and Paul Armbruster A11 bruater hi I aid are arenow arerow areow
now ow on a train from Mattawa to Mon Montreal tonUk ton tontreal ¬
treal and aay that they have ave brjken all aHrecord allr allreeous
record r reeous for long lOG > lltanc lltancA JIt JItCobalt UstaneeA
A Cobalt special ial says MY ya it I La probable probabletnat JMObaMet prohaMetat
tat t t the balloon aeen een over South Lone LorreNorthern Lorretr LorretrOttbem LoneNorthern
Northern Ottbem Ontario waa the Helvetia a en It Itia ItJs ItIs
ia reported from VHIemarie that the aero aeronaut aeI aeImlQ neroauin ¬
mlQ naut auin from the balloon stopped last night nightat ntPtat nightit
at it thus tit hotel thef
Senator Suffering little as Result Resultof flcsultof
of Accident AccidentNew AocidentNIW AccidentNew
New York Oct a iNelson Kelson W V Aldrich AWrichsealer Aldrtehseider
sealer United State Senator from Rhode RhodeIsland
18 Island wa was sitting ttlng up thi th this afternoon att ntooft after afterhis afterhili tter tterkits
his accident accidentThe AeeldePLbe
The only reason h ho wont lee you him himself hIms ¬
self s Ii said Wimhrop Aldrich hi hill Mm won at athi ath
hi h bin apartment anaetti at Park Plt avenue avea IIi 1a is be became Ha because ¬
came a ot the cut on bl hI > left tempt HJ HJpersonal Hta HtaPentOna
personal vanity forbMa t bhtII him to let any anyone a7one ¬
one on Me ee that the t scar scarDr 8aror
Dr H Holbrook Curtis Curt of 111 Madison Madisonavenue If IfaVetlu adboon adboonaveiiu
avenue the family physician said to tonight to ton1cht intlLjbt ¬
night that there wa wan absolutely no DOfor cause
for the slightest Ihtt alarm larm for the Senator
1 He said It would be a a matter of a few t
day d days before he would ould be out again againSenator aln alnSenator
Senator AldrIch wa wu out walking a1Jtlnc Thurs ¬
day 4 afternoon and wan crossing Madison Madisonavenue 1adlMftavenue dIeeui
avenue at Sixtysecond Slxty cond street about 5 5when Iwh4D X Xwhen
when a green reen taxi bore down on him
In jumping out outot of the way of thin he hegot hegot
got In front ot a Madison avenue car H Hwa Ue Ueruek HiIvan
Ivan wa truck ruek sideways and thrown two or orthree orthree oithree
three yard yar ll but in such a manner as to
be out of the path ot the car The car carwent carwent carwent
went on The Senator S4naor walked the th two I
blocks to lila sons Mnap apartment nm nt without withoutany wlthontanJ withontany
any assistance assistanceCOUNTESS aaslttancek aaslttanceCOUNTESSISHURT stance stanceCOUNTESS
Neither Husband Nor Father Will Willing Willing ¬
ing to Discuss accident accidentChteago oeident oeidentChlesgoOct I IChleCOrOct
Chteago ChleCOrOct Oct a IFurther Furtber mystery my tery was wasadded WaFaddl waiadded
added to the th circumstance surrounding surroundingthe
the accident to the Count Cauntn8 Irma Ge GeBeaufort Delleautert D DIieantrt
Beaufort when her father Martin Iartln H Kll Kllgalkm KIIa1Ion Ku Kut
t gallon a1Ion and her h r husband hu Count Mourfk MourfkDe UourUtDe utozikDo
De Beaufort visited her at St St Luke Lukes
Hospital IIOMpltalthl8 this afternoon and l left ft together toceUaerafter togetherafter
after ft r a half hour hours talk with the injured injuredcdumea InJnredc injuredu3untoaP
cdumeaThe c cdumea u3untoaPTb UJIt UJItTho
The Tb nobleman and HI he fatherinlaw fatherinlawappeared tatherlnawt tatherinlwappeared
appeared t ppeuoe worried and nd neither ntth r spoke noke to
the other ot a an they left the hcspital b and andentered a1MIenlMM andentered
entered an automobile au Tna They doeJtned d to
dteeu discuss the count countess accident or to peak spoukother peakOf peakot
Of other otherCunt H9T H9Twalking It ItC
C Cunt ut De BMutort w 1jure4whiie ju whUe
walking a Wtldon down the stairway in the XII110n Kilcal
l Ion ° 5 ftlT residence > > 31 MlCh1 Mlchiga Icht a avenue avni u 7 Sh She
fell to the floor of the tb hallway ballwa and is J aid ald
to have ba VB been seriously hurt hurtThe hurtThe hurtThe
The entire case ca was ahroudod In mys ¬
tory A n negro gro stood guard at tho tho ho Michi Michigan Mlehlgal tieht tiehtgan ¬
gan avenue a house and kept oV oft aH hi hiUllil In4ulrcre Iaquirers
4ulrcre Ullil SuhJ with the statement t emnt that tn th tam tam11y ¬
fly left Thursday Thu for a stay tay at it its coun ¬
try home homeFre hOmelrequentJr homeFrequently
Fre Frequently < n nUy the count and count eo countess ntHl have havereported ha harepertd hareported
reported to have disagreed dim but they
always otoied d rumor that they were wer nft
happily happilyTile married marriedTna marriedThe
Tile coaatoss wa wu descending the U stair stairway aUllrway sinirway ¬
way It i Is laid aid when ah she he fell and wa was
Injured It ur ls1ftkl k the count wa waa with
her at the time tlasoPaulliaa 11810PnuJhnn timePatullunu
Paulliaa Wlim h klX n0 < M PrizeLondon PrizeLoooon Prize IrlzeLondon
London Oct 2J 21Th8 Th8 competition ICJm tltlon for forth torthe forthe
th the Dally Mai III aU prize of o iooo 000 ffflr the 9 Wg Wggest blgJlst biggest
gest ag a egate te of erosBcountry et098C1eUntr flights flightsfor I1lgh I1lghfor flg
for tho th year ended August 14 resulted
in Paulhan covering set A milD mflo find Gra Graham Gmham Grut1aiflWitflG
ham 1aiflWitflG liiie 1 i6 Tut 14 miles
9125 12 125 to Baltimore und Itetiini
Saturday a MId J Sundays ula ia Penna R R li
Ticket TJ ketil good returning until Sunday nfgfet nlpt
All regular r6GuIArtPa1nw man exceut e a t the ConBres ConBresslonal Congress1on Concsn1on1
slonal s1on Limited
Harriet Beecher Siowe Leads Those Who Are Aref ArePlaced ArePlaced ArePlaced
Placed on the Roll of Honor
N New w York Oct 21 lDr Dr John II IL Mac MacCraekan 1laceraekiln Macreken
I Craekan C reken J Chairman alrman of the senate of the theNew thoNe theNew
New Ne York Y rk University announced tonight tonightthat tonlfhtthat tonighthat
that t hat these eleven elev n should bo added to the theHall theHalt theHail
Hall of Fame by b the vote of the board boardof bOdrdrt101 boardf
of rt101 c f IM electors electorsName olectorslnnu electorsNonte
Name Vote VoteHarriet YoteiHarriet 0 t c cUnrrl
Harriet Unrrl t needier Stowe 74 74Oliver 4 4Ih
Oliver 0 Ih Iter r Wendell cndell HolmeN Op OpKdjrar OpEdnflr 1 1Etlgzui
Kdjrar Allan Poe l 00 00Rower OfItucr II IIIlicr
Rower AVI uYIIIIiuruua l1l1n 111 runs Inll 04 04JiiineN 01JUII 14 14JIHIeM
JiiineN JUII H Fen l Penlruore nhnore t more Cooper CooirPIuIllipN 02 02Phillip O OPhl
Phillip Phl lhuoi HrooliN UrooJ Ort OrtWlllium HOVI U UTIiIIurrl
Wlllium VI TIiIIurrl II hUll Ciilleii Cull n Hryant 50 50Fraiiees zmFrnnt1 59Frnriee
Fraiiees E 1i Willnrd Illnrel 5 5Andreir UU UUAndre 51uuulrcw
Andreir Andre JacUnoii JuuviI4OlZGeorge 53t 53tGeorKe inGcorse
George llnncroft nncrufi 53 53John 53John 3 3John
John Iiothrop llotley Iotlt lOtIeTwentynine 51 51Twentynine i1Tw
Twentynine Tw ntnlne naine were chosen In 1COO 1COOeleven 1000i 1000ieleven iUOOleven
eleven e in 1M6 19 awl eleven names in the thepresent theproent thepresent
present election making the total totfl now nowinscribed nowinlletibecl nownscribed
inscribed I in the Hall of Fame flftyj ftttYOne ftttYOneTboM liftyeneThose > ne neThose
Those failing of ot election by b less than thanten thanten thanen
ten t en fetes votN ware 4Ie Samuel Adams 41 vote voteDanlol VOl VOlDAnloi vOtesDaniel
Daniel Boons 42aatrick Henry 44 Mark MarkHopkins MarkHocbm ark arkHopktna
Hopkins Ji Franc Francis Parkman tt < Char Charlotte CharIotte CharluLls ¬
luLls Saunders Cushman 45 1 Lucretia LucretiaMott Lucretialott LueretiaMott
Mott 41 Martha Um Washington WuhlnatonWEATHER WahtuintonWEATHER 4S 4SWEATHER
For the District Districtof of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaiIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaShow VirginiaShowers Show Showers ¬
ers today tomorrow fair mod moderate moderate moderate ¬
erate southeasterly southeaster shifting to tosouthwesterly to5Outhw tosouthwesterly
southwesterly 5Outhw sterly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
lages lagesIBalloon s
1 lBaUOOft Balloon Records R Broken BrokenPoe Br BrIn UroksPee
Poe in Hall of Fame FameCrippen FameCrlllMft FameCrippen
Crippen Again on Stand StandImporter StD StDImporters StandImporters
Importers Appeal to 10Vant Loan LoanWant LoMWat
Want Vant Church Conference ConferenceJtooaevelt ContertenJloo ConferenceJtooeveIt
Jloo Jtooaevelt U Indorsee Indoni Laob IA IAsJteait Leebiaft
sJteait iaft Sfaft Registers in Ohio OhioNaval Ola OlaavAI OhIoNaval
Naval avAI Finding Approved ApprovedKckert ppro pproIEckert pprovedckert
IEckert > Kckert ckert Bnrtad in Catacomb
Divorce Record in C coPrte Csnene Csnene4Friend
oPrte 4Friend 4 FrtendB d8 Rel Releans a Convicted Convict Slayer Slayer5ln S7er51n Slaler5in
5ln tbe World of Society SortatyHone Soetet SoetetBore SocietyHorse
Hone Show W Plan Ready ReadyBdUortaL ItrEditorial ReadyThe
Editorial EditorialThe BdUortaLThe
The Big Bt Stick StIck7Pmtntne Stick7Feminine
7 7Pmtntne Feminine otes and Goaaln GoaalnBender Galmpn1WIer GncSIDBender
Bender and nd Coe to Pitch PitchGiant ItltelaGlaats PitchGiants
Giant Win New York City Pnnnt PnnntBiudneas PMnantBUillne PennantBusiness
Business lfli Lose es to Tech hehtNew Techews
5 tNew New ews of the Churches ChurchHllCOfttmerc Churches11Coinrnereiti
llCOfttmerc 11 Commercial iI and Financial FinancialJAHes FlnanclalIIAlleged FinanciaL11Alleged
JAHes IIAlleged d Milk lUk Trust Probed ProbedDEAD Probedi Probed1OTORMA
DEAD BY mm mmTwo B i nIT nITTo
Two Arrested 11 as Suspects inMinneapolis illIinlleal in iiiliiineapolis
Minneapolis Iinlleal > olis Murder
XlnneapoUe Oct t 21 1Ja88 James E Alex Alexander Alexcedar Jex Jexeader ¬
cedar a a motorman on a Grand avwuoar av80uewu avenue avenuear
oar e ar wag shot hot through the heart and In Intantly InatanUy Intantiy
tantly a killed by a holdup man In St StPaul StPaul Staul
Paul P aul abqut 11 oclock last night J cht The Theman Theman Tb Tbman
man made his escape in an automobile automobileAfter 8ut automobileAfter I IAtt
After < a search bating all night the thepolice thepollee theolice
police p olice thi this morning arrested arr ted two tWO m men men1ft menn n nIn
In i n connection with the murder ending endingfurther eadI endIs endIsurter <
further fur f urter er development nt Conductor W H HGron IIGron IL ILross
I Gron Gron G ross who 00 wa wu with Alexander when whenthe whenthe whenhe
the t he shooting occurred wa wu summoned lumm necl to totha tothe tothe
the St Paul Central station this mom momtap 1MtftID mornag
tap ID t ag and identified IdenU the two men a as having havingbeen bavlngbHn havIngeen
been b een passengers paen on his hi car at 3 oclock oclockThursday oclockThursday ocIocihursday
Thursday T morning morningIMretl mornJ mornJIII morningIPired
IMretl III rNI Second S colHl Shot ShotHe ShotYo ShotlLe
He was U not able Jo o identify either dthertbe a athe as asba
the t ba man h M say n who ho snot AlexanderGTOM Alexa AlexaGnu Alexander AlexamlerGreen
Gnu told the police e this morning mornia that thatbe thatbe thate
be h e hoard the bandit scream aft aftor r Motor Alotorman Motorman Motorman
man Alexander fired a second shot De DeItectlve De DetrctlV Doectives
Itectlve trctlV t ectives IIi went to the seeD scene or the shoot shooti shootin hGOtItac
i Ing in thi this morning to March reh the bushes busbeexpecting bWlheaexpecdnc bushesxect1ng
expecting e to Ami the th highwayman dead deadI deador
I or o r wounded but I their search wa waa aa fruit fruitm fruitSuspecting trultleu fruites
leu leuSu es m
esSuspecting Suspecting Su Unc that > rotorman ot rlnan Alexander Alexanderhad Alexanderhad Alexandethad
had been shot by a soldier of Fort Sneil Sneiling SlIenInc Sneliag
Inc l ag the poliee began be n a search at the
poet thi th this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe
The two suspect arrested arr llted this morning
have accounted for their actions last lastnight JutQ1trht Istnight
night and the police have not connected connectedthem conMetedthem connectedthem
them with the crime They are leld leldboever > eW eWhowever eldhowever
however The theory that a soldier com committed committed cornnitted ¬
mitted i the crime is based on several severalfacts MVeralttet severalfcts
facts ttet Conductor Gross is I confident the themen the16en thefen
men fen i wore khaki uniform A highpower highpowerrifle blJhpowerrUle bihpowerrule
rUle waued wauedPLANS wu ued uedPLANS unedPLANS
Cunard line Will Have Vessel 1000 1000Feet 1000Feet
4 Feet in Length LengthBelfast LengthBelfut LengthBelfast
Belfast Oct 21 2tIt It Is stated here
on onwhat onwhat onwhat
what is 1 claimed to be absolutely reliable reliableauthority reltabteauthority
I authority that tho Cunard Steamship
Company ha baa approved plans for a steam steamship steamiMp steamship ¬
ship which will eclipse e llpee the Ute Olympic of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th White Star Line which
is h t at pros praettit pr preill prosout
out the largest 1ar8f 1t vessel in the u e world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The new vessel ve will be 100 feat in inlength In InIcnath Inength
length l She will have Sftcn 1t t horsepower horsepowerwhich honeporwhich hersepowewhich
which will give her tr speed ef twenty twentyfive twtyve
five ve knot a z hour The Tb Olympic i iSBfe i11I Ifeet
SBfe feet te t in length lengthBOMB lenrtbBO lengthBOMBIN
Explosion Near Cabinet Building BuildingPuzzles BuildingPuzzles BuildingPuzzles
Puzzles the tl Polioe PoliceParis Polioel PolioePari
Paris l Pari Oct 21 1A A bomb bomb exploded and anddtinagod anddma anddamaged
damaged dma od a house in the Qua Quafew dOnal dOlllftla dOlllftlafto a afew
few fto block from the ministry of foreign foreignaffair for foreignaffairs I1 I1a
affair a allll < tonight An hour hourlator Inter the Latin LatinQuarter LatinQuarter LatinQuarter
Quarter wag deprived of electricity The Thepolka Thepolice i ipolice
police are nuuzlad nuuzladA paul puiziodA cl clA
Pnltitliipr PnlntluJ of sin 011 Maiiii JInnltUeJHl JInnltUeJHlrnkcn Head HeadTnkcn llen4lTZLkCIR
Tnkcn from Pnlncc PnlnccWarsaw PnJnccWarw PalneeWarsaw
Warsaw Oct 13 1A A painting of an old oldmans oldlns oldnns
mans head h d by Rembrandt measuring measuringsavon nlansurlngt
t by nine in Incnoa Inch has been len stolon
from th thl < > pala pabol e of fount Branicki It ia iarallied
rallied at 2uOO OOO
Gen Sheridan received 33 votes and
Noah Webster rebater 38 38 Dr Morton ttio ro roput roo rooputocl roputod
put putocl l discovered ot anaethoaia ia received recolvodotes
96 3 votes otes Wlllium JJoyU Harrison re received recolIcd receliTod ¬
ceived 36 vote vot and Joaoph Ionr JJonry 36 36Edgar 3G 3GEdgar 3QEdgar
Edgar Allan Poes Poe P ° ei vote jumped from 42 42In 4 4ht 4hi
In 1KB In l to 90 an increaae of orT 27 T Oliver OliverWendell OliverWendell OliverWendell
Wendell iTolAiec HoUli jump Jumped < Ml from 4 4t to 08 30 an anincread anJncroa anIncroeO
incread of 30 i his hJ competitors Lowell Lowellan Lowena Lowellan41
an a an41 < i WhIttier having boon removed by byelection b bcl byelection
cl election Uon One of the surprising results of oftho oCthe 01the
the canvass oanva i a that while the historian historianMotley hltorlanIotler historianMotIeN
Motley gained 4 votes otes over tho election electionof
of five years ago 1 GO the historian Park Parkman Pnrkman Parkman
man lost loatS 8s 1 One of the striking gains is isthat isthat Isthat
that of Phillips Brook IJrooa whose vote in increased Inereased Increased ¬
creased 49 to 10 1 although no competitor competitorin
in the same group had been elected eloetodmoantlrae el electedmeantIme oct 041 041m6llntlmo
meantIme moantlraeThe m6llntlmoTl1C meantImeThe
The vOle of Harriet Beoeher stowe of
74 Js noteworthy a an no one received such suchA suCha
A majority in the last t election except exceptLouis exceptLou1l exceptLouts
Louis Agamte lftNh and the first election the thenwnoer thenUinoer theunmoor
unmoor wa was surpassed only by b fourteen fourteenname tourtoennamH fourteennames
name Including Washington Lincoln LincolnGrant LincolnGrnnt LincolnGrant
Grant Emerson and Longfellow LongfellaAVA LongfellowJsa
A Jsa a a result of thi this election the authors authorscorner iithrscorner I Ieorner
corner already the mot populous populo with withthe vvlththe I
the exception of the statesmens tatNmn cor corn eorndoubl corndoubles nor nordoubles
doubles doubl its population JOpulaU n and goes far 1 ahead aheadof aheadof aImedof
of tbe statesmen tatr men in numbers Indicat Indicating Indlcattar Indleatlag ¬
tar the enduring quality of tho ho author authormine authornunc authorsaine
Famous New York Hostelry HostelryGoes HostclrJGoes i1osteIr i1osteIrGoes
Goes Into Bankruptcy BankruptcyNw
Nw York Oct 21A petition in bank bankStale bankpte7 bankrnptey
rnptey pte7 wu SUed today In tie UI UISta Vslto I
Sta Stale District Court againtine aF against Mt tbe Hot Hcffman liNf1M Hotmen
man 1M Bones JT and a Judge Jud Holt appointed appointed9MdoHck aJPGlate4 aJPGlate4t1rte1t I IPSdorCk
9MdoHck t1rte1t a C UeLauffhlln eIau bJIn a recelvir reeel yeceIvr HI Hta Htawa I
bond wa wa plactA 1Iaa plc
at W and ho wa wannttoortaad U UaatlMrllled I Isuthertend
nnttoortaad t to run tM hotel for thlny than r
day eJaYL yL
Th The amount ijnt nt of the claim of the peti pctlcredlton
tinning creditors i Is 2eiai 7L The petition petitionaUogw peULIoaa ptitionalleges
alleges a that the corporation C rpota tton I is insolvent
and that it ha baa committed act acta of o bank ¬
ruptcy JKeJ in transferring tJaen1a parts of its prop ¬
erty to certain creditors name not
known Jmow to the petitioners to prefer them them
The amount of the th unincumbered 9nlneumbered asset ts
wa WU placed by the partition at man D DtI
Charles A Deeds Dca
who made the ap ap
I plication for a receiver neelv said that the theto th
tOIP corporation ftUon at J present haw root sumient um ent
funds to continue buatnew bueie pending pend un
determination d terJtltnaU of the bankruptcy pro ¬
ceedingTk eetcJ1ltgTIle ceeding ceadingeThe
Tk TIle ooruaraUon has had n neTttng no rating n t
Bra4ird BXPtreata ta tr f eea1 ev fal 1 year yeaN Tbe Pb lajttt
on wlycb b tk the building staa tnn l tat IstewDed t owned owneda
by thp rav Pr144s a S KI K > Vy y owateClaWT eJElltWt
H Gary Qar and the Livingston LlvI teD estate esW
Lawyer Rovenburg ROHnbur saW be undjrstooti I
the HaMMtie to he between tweeD 3MiS 1lJd nd I Ieoo
f Q L eoo oa The Th trouble he MM w he thought I IWM
wa WM due dii to heavy hea rental too great jt fixed fixedrebulkUnf I IChr
Chr charges and a share hare ot the cost 0 the
rebuilding but a a part of the hotel tvi t two o year yeom I
agoWAGE agoW ago
WAGE W AGE CHOLERA WAR WAltInternational WARInternational WARInternational
International Conference Conferenc i 3Iay Be BeCalled BeCalled BeCalled
Called at Paris ParisParis ParisParl5 ParisParis
Paris Get a iThe The International Bu Burea Buresu
Ireau rea resu u of Public Hygiene
today rerom rerommnded r rieommended om omnQded
mended the th caMrog caU x of an international internationalsanitary lternat LaternattoolpanItar J JanitaI
sanitary panItar conference to combat the cholera enoteraepidemic ebolerae choleraepidemic
epidemic epidemicRoma e epidemicRome m mRome
Rome Oct tl tDellptte tDeapI E > epite the optimistic optimisticofficial omimledeomcs1 tk tkodlctal
official reports it i Is an open seem secro that u t tth
th the cholera epidemic at Naples I is un unabated ODabAtM onabated ¬
abated and the sanitary measures mu which whichwere whichwero whichwere
were adopted have ha e proved inefficient The Theoyftter Theo Theovater
oyftter o ter bed bode along the coast of Nft NtIPIMI Napl n
instead of being iMIIn destroyed an aj ordered by
the authorities rttlH
were transplanted at ar aoma
dUtance from the city cityflCeDUy
Recently flCeDUy twontyslx ftsh flnherm tehermen MII n ato some
of these tbe oysters and died of cholera with
IK a few hours Similar conefe cas
are re Fe ¬
ported in th the papers of deths at various
places from the dtsea d dinnaso but when the
new 111 I filed for transmission abroad It is
invariably suppressed by the censor censorA cenliOl1UTO censorMJTO
Three Other ther Cars Alto Penalized Penalizedin
in ill Richmond Run
SpMMl to ton DM nWiingtoo Hormid HormidStaunton Ucn1dStaunton 11I 11IStaunton
Staunton Va Oct 21 tA A bad hole hol in inthe Inthe Inthe
the road n near ar Purcelville caused Wash
ington car No 12 entered by the Stand Standard S Standarti ¬
ard Oil Company to break an n axle axlethereby axlethereby
thereby putting puttln It out of the perfect score scoreof scoreof scoreeLass
eLass of the Washington Inton to Richmond RJ hmoftd
endurance run Three other cars had hadall8ht badslight
light slight accidents 1i Jd ta The total number of
cars penalized naU ed for the day amounted to
four Griftin Halatead driver oi the un ¬
fortunate car telephoned to Washington W ashlngtim hIngton
for or a new n8 axle and expects expee to resume reaum
the journey tomorrow tomorrowStanley tomorTO tomorTOStanle tomorrowStanley
Stanley Stanle Mortimers ortJmer Buick was the first rst rstrDIlchiD8
machine to be penalized nAused His In oil feed
loosened a few mile mil outside of Leesburg LieSbu
and he was compelled comIied to tighten It there ¬
by incurring IneulT ng a penalty of five point polnta
W v E Arisen driving drhin NoA No NotS S Wahlng ahlug
ton wa was close c clos behind Halstead tl an flaw < i to
avoid a collision wa was aM obliged to stall his
motor I tor for which Referee Wet W t lmffo imeti < l
a penalty of one point pointThe pointThe pointThe
The hcavV road roadat for part iart rt of the cUe dis ¬
tance wa WIlS w responsible for the little felax aC
well having he vinl three thrc point MInta marked up
against It ItWard ItWArd ItWard
Ward Angle An le and hi his Buick Hug > an anoUter another ¬
other small ear are tonight charged
with tth one black mark due to failure of
the oil pipe connection c nnectlon with the sight
feed to remain tight tightHarry tlghtHarry tightHarry
Harry Walls and an W h model G Max Maxwell lfu ¬
I well w l1 Irving < Barber who is behind the
I wheel of o tbe Parry car Gary Cartel
driving No 5 Washington and Columbia Columbiawith Columbiawith Columbiawith
I with Howard Wajfnor W t a as tb the driver still
Iremain remain on the clean score SIde of the thesheet tToshent
sheet sheetrtie shentfhe h t tTbe
rtie road roads so far encountered have boon
better than expected o pect d Postmaster CNttmastor S N
Qault and an the people of Scottaville have havearranged havearranBtMl havearranged
arranged to give the contestant tII a
luncheon tomorrow tomorrowCotton tomorrowCoftun tomorrowCottui
Cotton nt JiO at CcntH CcntHDavenport CentllDavenport CeittaDavenport
Davenport Tex Oct 21Ed Fugusonr Fugusonra
a armor in the Red River Valley
near nenrhero nearhore itearhere
hero hore today tola sold a balo of long staple staplecotton staplocotton staplecotton
cotton for 30 cent per p r pound The bale balewasl balewssItInch
wasl wssItInch 811tlnch 4Inch staple Several other bole boleof bolosot halosof
of Ions staple cotton co ton wore sold IOI for or 27 27cent 7 7cents 7cents
cents per pound poundSi poundj
Si j 125 S to Ilaltimorc nn and l Return ReturnA Return
Today A dX a4Id and tomorrow Via Ba1 Da1tfmorc more
Ohio R R
Denies He Fled in Fear of ofMurder ofMurdel ofMurder
Murder Charge ChargeINSISTS Cl1argeINSisTS ChargeINSISTS
Defendant DefcndantAdmits Del nthtntAdmits Admits Ho Made Intlc No Nofilbrt NoJtflort No1er
filbrt to Trace Her HerT HerIJIil lerDIl 1erDlii
IJIil cot ot Bven SngprcM StrJIC t to lib 111L 111Lyorru Law Lawyer J JurIC ¬
yer yorru urIC that llolle IClmnrc He n Lo Located 10cntedSnH LooutedSays ¬
cntedSnH cated Say It Would onlcl Have lIu c Ileen IleenDifficnlt ncenDifficult DeenIifflcrult
Difficult for or OtlierH Other to Have HavePlacet JIncllnccel JJaeiInced
Placet lioily JJeHI iu luC4 Cellar lInr of His Home HomeDraper HomeDrnler lioureDrnper
Draper Alitant n aLondon WItiiesa WItiiesaLondon Unet UnetLolldota
London Londonliuont af < t B4ber Thsre WN we Ute Us most mostintomo t tInto
liuont Into Interest in I th tIN Old Batiay Dan thi thimomlag this tbllmonatllg thistnernlitg
momlag when hen th the trial of oCDr Dr Hawler HawlerHarvey na IlawleyHarvey wIer wIerHan67
Harvey Crtnpeo for the murder JPnI of bin hiewife h hiCe binwife
wife iCe Belle Klroore imore the actrnaa acu actrese wan IUI re resumed re resumed resumed ¬
sumed and counsel cou for the government govornmontbegan lOonunontbopn governmentbegan
began the croneexamination of the tit pets priaoner JJrl8oaer petsoner
oner The small matl court roomwa room WIN w packed packedand peekedand peckedand
and there wa wu suppressed suppiess d d excitement ex all allthrough aUthrouch allthrough
through the examination examinationFor eulnatIoftFor examinationFor
For three hour 110 ban and a a half Dr Crippen Crippenwa Crippenwas Crippenwas
wa was subject subjected to a mereiiea DMreI croaex croaexamlnation erOUftKanlnaUa OiOSsOaintantlon
amlnation by Bichard D Mwlr hr K C Cwho Cwho Cwho
who is coflductmg eon uet the prosecution Dr DrCrippen DrCrippen DrCrippen
Crippen on the whole bole bore the ordeal ordealremarkably ordealremarkably ordealremarkably
remarkably well At no time did he hehecltate behJ1ate hihesitate
hesitate or become b eoale confused He main maintained JIIIJDtAed staintatited ¬
tained tAed throughout the ton lo series of ouee oueeUon queUona questines
Uon tines a manner that was free of C any anysign an anatp anysign
sign of nervouw servouenses or aoprenenaion aoprenenaionDr aiprohnelouDr km kmDr
Dr Crippen began by admitting that thatso thatso
so far a u he tarkDMr jciunr nobody had lIMIt Mr MrCrippen I ICI1tpen Mrs MrsCrippen
Crippen since tIM th night of January Jaauv 31 31laHt J1IMt 31reply
laHt In reply to further furt question by bythe bJtlHt bythe
the proaacutor h he also admitted that ho hohad hoha4 b u
had not mad made or caused to be made any anyinqutrte anjinquiries 1aY 1aYanqulrJea P uP
inquiries in I regard to her movement
immediately following hi his hislWea dieappearaace dieappearaacenor I Ino
nor no evasj since mce hie Is arrest IT He If had not noteven not8UI noteD
even eD 8UI nuifected to his bt sls lawyers that Mrs MrsCrtppen MrsCrtp Mrsesipen
Crtppen should be traced In explana explanation oxplaaaU explanatiots ¬
tion U of this the II1MD prisoner T said he had not nottaken nottakea notaken
taken t action of this kind because be had hadplaced ItadpIaeed I Iod
placed od bin defense tht entirely ea rely in the hand handof bancUoC I Iat
of hi his counsel counselA eoua I IA
A t 3Iy JIHcr yMtery terj to Him HimReplying 111mReplyl Jilitiiteplying
Replying Replyl to questions la I regard to the theremain tJwrrmataa theremains
remain found in the th cellar eefln of hi bt haunt booseon hauntOh 0
on Oh Hilktrop H I4Iro Crescent Dr Crippen SAM I Ibe
he did not kaow how they u oonM have havehiiilng I
been jtinced uta there by others at UF thai I
hiiilng nf bie iwt e fwi a half yoftnr yoer toaanajr toaanajrt tGK P IP
fit t th tIM lyusPc lyusPcChic n te i l 1 1Chtel i
Chtel Jf 1 ar arthh 4tie tVearsNtono tVearsNtonowished 1h4Ittiee ampg I
this point by aalrtas Iag the prl prisoner It be htwished 1
wished the Jury to believe that such b a i
g could CGul nave been done without his
knowledge Dr Crippen replied tdtat l iat It Uwas Itwu Itwas
was not probable JWobb lie believed MUev however bowe r
that it wo w potble OII because both him hlmBiaay
self If and his wife w were re ott oCjn n ab8eat abse to for
many hours at a time timeCounselor tlm tlmCOWUlelor timeCounselor
Counselor Muir questioned Or Crippen
in great detail d detaI1bout taltbout About the lettera IfUe anaounc
Ing the death of hi h1 wife If lfe In California a
last March which he s sent nt to various varIo Intl
mate naat friends friendsIn frlenchIn friendsin
In reply Dr Crippen witl wid some om chow how
of impatience said he b had repeatedly r peaed ad ¬
mitted that the th statements tatfIMfttsthHe h ho made md la
these letters were all lies liesCounsel liesCounwl liesCounsel
Counsel for the government ROV namfftt asked eel the
prisoner if he b had played the role of
bereaved husband well wellDr w wellDr ll llDr
Dr Crippen Crlp n replied r plifd that th Ua counselor
had better bet r question the recipient of hi bin
Crippen 01 Crippens nS letter let on that point pointof
Dr DrCtppen Crippen a adhered IOHly to liSa story
of the t e plot with th the quartermaster quarter t of the
steamship Montrose According AceordIn to thi thistory this thisstory
story Crippen Crtp wa was to write WTtt a not note knit indicating IndlartDC kniteating ¬
eating that he had committed suicide and
the quartermaster wa was U to secrete t him in
the cargo allowing hIm to escape pe at
Quebec Que During the night the quarter quartermaster quartermaster ¬
master wn WAR to make a splash IJIla b m In the thewater theater thewater
water ater and nd when Crippen Crl n note wa was
found t Uftd it was surmised that It would ould be betaken betaken betaken
taken for granted nted that he had jumped jumpedoverboard jumpedovorboud jumpedovorbord
overboard and no search would ould be mad fta made
for him
Iciiii IetuleN K HePlcil in Fear FearTime PenrTime FearTime
Time after time the prisoner refused to toadmit toadmit toadmit
admit that he fled in fear of a charge of ofmurder ofn ofmurder
murder n urMr Thi This wa was th the point which the theprosecuting theJ9rMocuU theproeeuUng
prosecuting J9rMocuU counsel pressed hardest and andlongeat andlOft andlongest
longest lOft of all but h he could not I get tt t Cripr Criprpen CrtIpen Crippen
pen to admit that tba t the Idea of a murder murdercharge murd murdercharge r rcharse
charge ever ev r entered his mind until hewas Iewas he bewas
was actually arrested He Je explained that
hIM flight was w entirely due to tho fear fearwhich tNrwhleb leerwhich
which Inspector I JI tor Dew inspired in him hi
that he might be kept in jail until he hepr hepr hePrctticed
Prctticed pr < Hlticed Jced his wife Thi ThIS wa was at the time tlmothat ttmothat timethat
that Inspector Dow Do visited the th house houicf on
Hilltop Crescent after att friend of Mr M Mrs
Crtppen had called the attention of the theauthorities theauthorlUea theauthorities
authorities to her mysterious 1lappoar 4laappearance 1PP6ara
a ance nee
Dr Crippens story tOI did not seem to ore create cre crehte ¬
ate a favorable Impression in the court courtroom COltetroom courtroom
room though hi his manner ma noer did didt didAt I
At t the close of his long crossexamination cr crossexamina croesexarnination xanllnn xanllnnlion ¬
tion Dr Crippen returned to the dock ap apparently apparently apperently ¬
parently as fresh and undisturbed as aswhen a8whtf
when whtf whe the ordeal began beganTKe btganT
TKe T e jury spent most of the luncheon luncheonhour luneheonhour
hour in the U JudgVa ju room making a micro microscopic microseoplc ¬
scopic examination of the piece of flesh fleshta fleehtn
ta taen en n from the body found in Crippens Crippenshouse
house which is alleged to contain a scar scarsimilar lICarlmUAr
similar to the one borne by Mrs Ir Crippen CrippenDurtng CrippenDuring
1 During the last two hours of the theslem ses session so ¬
sion Dr Crippen wa was distinctly dl tlnctly more moreseriouK moreeerlou moreserious
serious than he had been during the ear earIter earHer earher
Her part of the day He wa wu also much muchpaler muchpaler muchpaler
paler palerGirl
Girl There that XljIit XljIitWhen XIJhtWhen xlHitWhen
When the defense had put in ail its itswitnesses ft ftwltnoues Itswitnesses
witnesses Mr Tobin of counsel eoua I spoke spokefor Jpokefor spokefor
for one hour and five minute He dwelt dwelton delton dwelton
on the fact that Miss Le Neve slept in the thehouse thebowce thehouse
house on Hllldrop Crescent the night aft aftor attor aftor
or th the disappearance of Mrs Mr Crippen CrippenHe CrippenII8 Crippenlie
He declared that it WAS inconceivable inconceivablethat lneuneelvnblethat ineonehb1othat
that Crippen Crip > n could have brought his oils mistrees mlstrees
trees to the house after committing commltUn mur murder murdel murtier ¬
del and with the body of his wife still stillon aUllon stillon
on tho premises pr mtae The chief jwitice JUlt al allowed ale ale10wo1 1 1lowed ¬
lowed the prosecution to put in the wit witness wttne ¬
ness e box a drapers assistant who bo appar apparently apJMrendy apjntrently ¬
ently proved that the remains were wereburled weroburled wereburled
burled in the th cellar of the house hoWl on onHill onHilldrop Hill Hilldrop 1IIUdrop
drop Crescent Cl sefnt during the time Crippen Crippenwag Crippenwas Crippenwas
was the tenant He pointed out that a atag ntng atag
tag attached to a portion of the suit of ofpajamas ofPAjamas ofpajamas
pajamas found with the body bore the thenames thenamOti thenames
names of Jones Brothers Limited find nndJones findJones andJones
Jones Brothers he testified had only onlymm
been mm a limited company cOln ny since JMd i He tes testified tattifted testlfled > ¬
tified further that tult ult of pajamas Jia mas ot ofthe otthe otthe
the same pattern as those found with the theIwdy thebod thebody
body bod had ha < l been delivered at the th Hllldrop F thlldro lIJdrop
Crescent Cre cent house either in December IMS IMSor 111GB 11106or
or Janunry 1908 1908The 19OfThe liOUThe
The trialwas trial was then adjourned until to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowA morrowDlncklstoueH morrowfllack1tonea
DlncklstoueH Sp Special clnl Spray 82
A A handsome piece of work wor lUh H
Daughter Allows Him to Make Love and De Deserted Deserted be beserted I ¬
serted Wifes Trap Is Successful
Philadelphia Oct 21 2tWJth With the arrest arrestof arrOlitor arrestof
I of Benjamin enjamln J Miller on a charge of ofnanaupport ornOQllupp ofnonsupport
nonsupport nOQllupp rt preferred pr torr041 by b hi his wife Kliza Klizabetli EllzaboUt ICliariboth
boUt Minor of 300 Monroe streot a astrange astraftRe ftstrane
strange story wa wu revealed revcal d of a daugh daughter da daughter gh ghtel ¬
ter allowing her father to make love to toher tober toher
her in another city so that she > might mightentice mightentice mightentice
entice him to this city that her deserted desertedmother desertedmother desertedmother
mother might prosecute him himSloven kImElovon himliiovon
Sloven years ago Miller deserted his hisfamily hi hifamfly hisfamiiy
family his wife say says A7 For yoars nothing nothingwa nothing nothingWM nothingwas
wa WM hoard of him Then through tl1r Ulh a asisterinlaw usbJtorlnw asSterinIaw
sisterinlaw who was living In Jew JewYork NewYork tewYork
York City the deserted wife learned of ofhi orhla oflila
hi lila whereabout whereaboutA
A plan WA Ws entered en ered upon by b Mrs MU Millar MUler MUlei ¬
lei her daughter du tOt Bertha eighteen year yearold years yearsold oe1l11 oe1l11old
old and the slaterlnlaw In New ew York YorkIt YorkIt YorkIt
It was IIS arranged that Bertha should go goto 80to goto
to New York and the steterlnlaw wa waAPPEAL wan WIUIGUILTY wanGUILTY
APPEAL TO LOEB LOEBGovernment LOEBGovernment LOEBGovelIlrnent
Government Will Be Gainer GainerDeclares GainerDcclares I IDeclares
Declares the Collector CollectorREMIT CollectorREMIT
Full Civil DamacreN Will 111 He Exacted Exactedami Exnct el elnlill L
ami a in Voluntary Yuluntllr Ailml I LuIlnIenloflu LuIlnIenlofluNot ehnlll nion 111 > MllI MllINot 111 111Xot I
Not Avail AanSlte jtuaIlSpcedy Speedy el Coiifuiiioa Pot Follow ¬
10 low Revelation In Ole < lie Duveeii DuveeiiCase DucellCuuIrhute DuteerCaselrlvnte I
Case CuuIrhute Private Trade Invoices InvoicesNew Irn0Icc8New InvoicesC
New York Oct 2LCoNactor William WilliamLoob WUlJamlA S
Loch lA jr upon his return today from fromthe fromthe I
the conference coat which he had on Thursday Thursdaywith Thundal1th Thurida Thuridawith r
with 1th Secretary Seeretar MaeVtagn Mae of the t Q Treasury TreasuryDepartment TrMaurJDeJJartDMtItt Treasw V
Department said W that a course couree1ud pd had been beenagreed beeaa a
agreed a Md upon for handling baIMIl thetnuual thetnuualctrcianetance tbe thevpuaUactretpnatatice ual ualelrc 1
elrc ctretpnatatice ctrcianetance ee evolved by the voluntary voluntaryadmission YOl YOladna voluntr V
admission adna of man many Import Importer In New NewYork NewYork Ne u
York of the guilt of cheating < th the custom CU8l011Uby customby I
by undervaluation uo rvaluatJoa Though the collector collectorwa eol1ectorWaB eollectoWU r
wa WaB guarded par m In his 110 statements tJtelllentl he h ad admitted admtuecl ¬
stiLted frankly that several hundred hundredthousand bua4redthouaanM ti
thousand of dollars would be saved to tothe tothe t a
the government by the attitude of the theguilty thevJItY th thguilty C
guilty JmportersBut aportergBat > Jmporters
But the collector e llMtor wee quick to eorrect eorrectan eorrec eorrecan t tII
an Impression soft which arose e out of Wash Washington WaehHpOIU ¬
ington report of the conference between betweenLoeb Mnt8tnIoMJ betweila n
Leak and the Secretary and which w1ltellat ha had K Ktfcat I II a
that die tmperta I imperte2netlesdon n 4fattion had batttarII7 veins voluntarily veinsn I ¬
tacky confessed eont unmpected fNI theft from fromithe true truer5ii1Om n
ithe r 1 r5ii1Om Mcn > to the collector collector of the port portPrlokllHsr MJI MJIof pesofiewYerk
of ofiewYerk ofiewYerkx Mew YeIk
x 0 PrlokllHsr Irlcld Conscience OoUlol enne
with tUh a grim saute of satisfaction Mr MrLoeb lrLoeb MI MILush r
Loeb said 14 that there had not been any anygreat aJaYt an y
great t display of pricking conscience on onth oathe 0 a
th the part of anx ani an of the importers in the thacasts thecue tb a
casts cue they hM been caught with the thegood theaood8 Hi 0
good and finding ftMiq themselves themHtv caught caughthad Hit t I Ihad I
had volunteered to turn over all their theirbook thel r
book u J I the collector ol or and thus t expedite expediteand expeclitaDd oxpoditand thela a I
and aaeist In their t own wn punishment punishmentMr puJ
Mr Loch said that it had been agreed agreedin agree d
in Washington rulam OD that he b should proceed to tolay tolay I 0
lay the several en case cu before the district districtattorney districtattonM t
attorney a u he would in any ordinary ordinarycae ordinaryra ordinar y
cane of fraud to the customs toIDS Then the thedistrict th thcStstrlct a
district attorney might ue hie hi dU dUtfon dla dladoD I
doD in giving liviD each offender < immunity on onthe onthe o a
the promise prom that if called upon he h would wouldgive wouldve woui d
give ve evidence in any other rase ae In which whichhi whichtflllUpnymlKht wide wideMa h
hi Ma t tflllUpnymlKht tesIonymtgbt aUaony mlght be neadod neadodThoughf neod0d neod0dTho
Thoughf Tho Tbothe th criminal penalties J will thus thusbe thusbe thu thube s
be remitted remlt 114 full civil damage will be ex exacted exaeed ¬
acted m In each case Every offender 0 < Mtd4w will willbe wl11be WI WIbe I
be charged full duty on the value of o his hisgood hispo hi higoods
good po entered eat under false f valuation Iuatlon be beidos b0 b0at bcaides
at aides idos the value of the good which I Iexacted 11 11ecaeted I Iexnsted
exacted in rae cases of customs u omfiI fraud ira ud
j 1 I cannot say aa just now how ho many firm firmhave arms ftrm8haft
have confessed COftt to customs evasion and andthrown aDdtb andthrown
thrown tb n themselves t leA on our mercy Mr MrLeob MrLoob MrLeob
Leob said today You can put it down downa downas downas
a as several at least and there thff to every everyprospect everPlCNltcet everyprospect
prospect that more 1 0re will ill fall Interline in Jlne be before be betoro before ¬
fore very long I will tu say of the number numberthere nu nuther numberthere
there ther are at toast four in one O line of ofbusiness ofbu ofbusIness
business bu tnen but I cannot tell you what that thatline thatline thatline
line Is
Private e Trade Tm it e Invoice InvoiceThe InnJlccThe In sfl lctn lctnThe
The method thod of evasion used In all of ofthecoy
thecoy th thesO eases at present nt under conaMera conaMeration COft cousideraion ra ratlon
ion wa was tbe came as on one of the tb Du Duveens DuVeeal Doveins
veins methods methodsthe the filing of undervalue undervalueconsular undtrval undtrvalcODnlAr undervaluiiconsular
consular invoices and the use of private privatetrade prtvatttrade
trade Invoice IaYol for or the squaring of secret secretaccounts srcretaecoaats secretaccounts
accounts between dealer and purchaser purchaserIn
In case cas such < h as these it i is very ery difficult difficultfor dlJft dlMcultfor ult ultfor
for ESU Uwvsovernment tjnSgovernment overnm nt to work up its case caseagainst caaeI caseagaifuit
against I t any individual firm which hleh Is hos hostile hosUte hoetUe ¬
tile to It It and dene delten prosecution for the thefirm tteftrm thefirm
firm keep possession Ieaion of the private prtva te in invoices invokes ¬
voices and without a quick raid upon uponunsuspecting UJ uponunsuspecting on onu
unsuspecting u odicers these papers cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannote
be b e had hadThe hndThe badThe
The collector said that the guilty im imjjfertars inntrters I
jjfertars trters began to sand their lawyers to toHim tOmm
Him 111m mm just as ft soon a Ail s they the caught cau ht wind windn windf Ind IndIC
IC n f investigations Inv sUl1ltlol1 l which had been be n set on onQ0t onIqt ont
Q0t f t against them th m The representative repreMntattvetlca representativecanto
canto ca c by twos and threes and made in inquiries Inuhies u uqui ¬
quiries qui q uhies as a to what would b be the rewards rewardsof
of o f speedy spe dy confession c nfosslon More will be com coming comIng cornag ¬
ing l ag very VeT shortrj sho ghoit1 tlf the collector thinks he heeauee h hcause beause
cause c the importers who have been bt en cheat cheating cheatog heat heatIng ¬
ing l og the customs have discovered that thatsome thatsome
some very relentless digging into facts factshave factshave factsay0
have h ay0 been going on on and will continue continueKENYON eontlnueICENYON
Likely to Succeed Late Senator Dol Dolliver Dolliver Dolliver
liver of Iowa IowaDos IowaDes
Dos lIoln08 Moines Iowa I wa Oct 21 1It It is I ru rumored rumOied ruusered ¬
mored tonight in political circles that thatGov thatGov that00w
Gov B F Carroll will appoint W S SKenyon SJ SKenyon
J Kenyon enon of Fort Fprt Dodge to succeed the thelate thelat8 theate
late l Senator J P Dolliver The appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of Kenyan l cnnn is generally considered consideredprobable consideredprobable consideredprobable
probable probableGov probableGe probableGev
Gov Ge Carroll arroIl rroU is in Jeftereon tonight ton ht and andlias aru arulap andss
lap l ss refused to comment on the situation situationMr situationlr situationMr
Mr Kenyon was one of Senator Sen tor Dplll Dplllvers DJ Dplhtvers III IIIts
vers ts closest friends In Iowa ami nnd nndserved ad adserved Adeted
served a term or two on the district districtbench dbltrtctbflneh districtbeeh
bench at Fort Dodge Kenyon enyon has al always 1 1ways ¬
ways been classed as an Insurgent In urgf > nt but butwas butwas butwas
was appolntwlto a position po ltlon In the De Department De Depnttment Doparimeut ¬
partment of Justice by b byRisldent Brssldont ltsIdont Taft at ata atIi atft
a time tim when the insurgent insul ntt fight wa wan ay
itsJhelght itsheightIn In Washington WashingtonAitlt WashingtonAltb WashingtonAltis <
Aitlt Vein Y Yoiiizg < UIIJ H pf Musicians MusiciansParis UusicJunliParts
Paris Oct O < t SU tYJeOnttMSe yicomtessfl La 1 I Redorte Redortehas Redortehoe Redortihas t
has given1 40000 000 to tho the Paris Conserva Conservatory CONlongtory Conserytory ¬
tory of Music l uc to aid young oun musicians muslclnns1Unlthuore musicIansi15llniltinnore
12 1Unlthuore Ilaltlmorc and Return ReturnBaltimore ReturnDnltlrnore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio
Every Saturday ana Sunday All tralnn S
both ited iiil ways both days d s except Poyal oyal Lim ¬
to have Miller come to her home to at attend nttend attend ¬
tend a party partyThe partyThe partyThe
The plot of the plan wa was that her h bps is s
band should tlh UId fall in love with hi bin own
daughter whom he had not seen since sincesjhe slneae sincette
sjhe tte e was Wlt a child and whom it wa was believed bellov bellovhe
he would not know Bertha went to
New York and on the night appointed appointedMiller polnted polnted1111I01
Miller came to the house houneAs lloulleAM houseAs
As it had been expected ex tOd he dkl not notrecognize ROtreconlze notrecognize
recognize C g the fascinating yqung qunS wom woman woman ¬
an his own daughter The plot succeeded succeededflo
flo well > JI It was said by Mrs Miller that thatthe tootthe thatthe
the infatuntod man was willing and eager eagerto e6 eaet eaett1 et
to t t1 accompany Bertha to this thl city eft eftThi
This Thi was WAS about a week ago and pack packIng P6ckJng packlag
lag up his trunk Miller came 8me here with
his daughter never suspecting peellng the true truestate t trucstate e e8tte
state of affairs a < Ira On their arrival in this thiscity tblsdt I Icity
city dt Bertha took her father to the boos besetIn
in Monroe street Itr t where here he was arrested arrestedand arr arrand arrestedand
and taken before Magistrate ola t Beaten who wts 110
held him in bail bailWAUT bIIJWANT baliWART
Episcopal Gift of 100000 100000with 100000vith I I
with This in View ViewI ViewDONORS ViewDONORS
Generally GencrnU Lnilernloocl that T L Pier PlerIiont PierI
pont I > ont Morgan Jn Subscriber SnhscrihrFnr SnhscrihrFnrtlalr1 5IiuicrlJerForty Forty Fortythird
third General Church Convention ConventionRnilff COIncntlonRlllft 1
Rnilff Its ScsNlonN at Cincinnati CincinnatiCuminltt ClnciunntlConUlllttt i iCunusizlttee
Cuminltt Cunusizlttee < c Will 111 Prepare Statement StatementCincinnati StntcmentClnclaaaU StatementCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio Oct 21 tDetore Before th thfinal the theanal C Cftnal
final adjournment of the th fortythird fortrU rd gen genoral seaaI geecoutvonlon
oral convention of the Protestant Epis Episcopal EpNeo Episcupsi ¬
copal Church today tOooda an impetus wa wagiven laB laBto I
given to the serious movement toward towardchurch towardeburch i ichurch
church unity by the gift of 10o Joa CO to toward to toward toward ¬
ward a fund t for the bringing about of a aworlds aWorld I t tworldg
worlds World conference of representative ri > of ofall oru a t tChrit1e
all u Chrhrtten churches hurd Rev Dr William It
Manning rector of Trtotity Church CbW h New NewYork NewYork Nei v vYork
York City in making the announcement announcementof anDOun eat eatof t tthis
of this gift said that that the donor was a alay aIay a alay
lay deputy de uty to the convention but wtehed wtehedhis wlcihedhts wish wishhis
his name Mm withheld However It wax waxgeneral wuralJ wa S Sgeeeraii9
general geeeraii9 ralJ understood that J P 1 Morgan Morganwho 0Jt8IUI 0Jt8IUIwho I Iwho
who U a lay la deputy depot from New Ne York Yorkmade Yen t tmade
made the e gift and this wa was verified in inrltabl Inr I a areilable
rltabl r < quarters Mr Morgan I hi taking table g
IR 1l groat ot Interest in this movement which whichwas whlehw whir a aW55
was w one of f the most dominant lit notes of ofthe t
the ceervenjthm ceervenjthmMorgan cetrventnMr 1IiI
Mr Morgan 11 will wn he me the th thf ftnajM ftnajMt flnne1
hp f i a tltat Am Amalas t UWt UWtaferwire <
at alas oa ttii WGIId worlds tOIItereftte aferwire
was or organised orpDb oi r rganisOd ¬
ganised d today Bishop Charles Chari P An An I ¬
don of Chicago Cht o is president J J 7 P 1
Morgan treasurer treuurer and Robert B B CaM Gardiner Ganttaer CaMr ¬
ner r of Maine secretary A committee eommlu on onplan a S Splan
plan and scope of which Rev Dr Man Manning ManrobA I IrIng ¬
rIng is chairman was U formed to prepare preparea prepsi e ecareful
a careful statement as to the lh object object oQleetAIand a aand j
and method m tbo of procedure XO fflure which will be 1 I
discu diac discussed ed at a a meeting of the commij enmesh I Ialon
mon ion to be called at an early date dateTbe da1eThe dazeThe
The committee COIDmJU includes In clucks besides be8Id Dr Drannln D r
Manning > annln Bishop Charles Cbar Anderson of if
Chicago Bishop Charles H Brent Brent pf pfthe prthe f
the Philippines Bishop B Frederick Kim Kinsman xuman I Iman ¬
man of Delaware Rev Re Philip M Rhine
landcrv of Cambridge Mass II Mr Francis Prnc is
Lynde Stetson of New York and Robert Robot rt
H Gardiner Gar of Maine MaineTbe alaene Maineconvention
Tbe ° convention conY ntton closed d at noon today
J Pierpont Morgan dor and his party of oftlistinguished t
tlistinguished Ua R ut8hed guest CUe whom he ha baa ien ienlcrtatned ie en entertained I IIcrtamed ¬
tertained here will leave for New Ne York Ybr 1lrk k
tomorrow noon over the tb Chesapeake and an Id
Ohio OtooTRACEBOtf1B
Los L os Angeles Detectives Have Clews Clewsto Glewsto Glowsto
to Dynamiters DynamitersLo
Lo Los Angela Cal Oct 2L 1DetecUM 1DetecUMwho 2LDeteetlyewho Detective Detectivewho
who have been probing the Ite Los Angeles An AngelesTimes < eleB eleBTimes
Times dynamiting in which twentyone twentyonemen twent70DeIIIetI
men were w killed today indicated that thattl
tl dey > ey y were reasonably sure of the idea Icleatit ¬
tity tit of the
dynamiter At the request requestBardweli requetof
of the district attorneys oUlce Judge
Bardwell summoned > a special SP etaJ grand ga jury jur
to t o Investigate the outrage outrageKarl outeEarl
Earl Roger ROf III chief of counsel of Gen
Otto Ot owner 00 of the Times said saidare We
are now no sure ure of o the identity of the dyna ¬
miters mlt ana fto4 wo have evidence to convict
them t when captured capturedThe eapturedTh
The Th Log Angeles An 18 suit oneee M in which
bomb were concealed concea were Wf the prop ¬
erty of David Capton an anarchist and
follower of Emma Goldman who ho disap ¬
peared from San Francisco Just after ite
the Times outrage Police of every e r city
in I n the th country country will be asked to watch atcb for i
Capton CaptonFEAR CaptonFEAR
French Authorities Want Conoes Concessions Conoessions ¬
sions Made to Liners LinersCherbourg LinersCberbourg LinersCherbourg
Cherbourg Oct 2L IThe The
mayor and a anumber anumber anumber
number of local notables have left for forPan
Paris to ask the government to take takemmediate
immediate I steps such as the reduction reductionof
of o pilotage dues the building ulldlng of a a better bettermaritime bettermaritime batternaritmme
s maritime station and the establishment establishmentof
of o f better train service in order to induce inducetho Jntlucetho Inducethe
tho North German Lloyd White hlte Star and andAmerican andAmtnkan
American steamship companies to toCbcrboulg use useCherbourg i iCherbourg
Cherbourg as a port of call callNOBEL callNOBEL all allNOBEL
Prof KoNscl oN < el of Heidelberg JIeidelJergMedical Gets GetslUeillcal G tH tHJledlcnI
Medical Honor HonorStockholm 1I0norllStNkholm JlonotsStzckholm
Stockholm Oct 21 1The The Nobel medical medicalprhse medlclilJrbe medicilprize
prize has been awarded to
Prof Kos K0geI K0geIor e eof
of Heidelberg HeidelbergLOYALTY HcJdlbergLOYALTY
French Fr nel1 Rnilronil nnnloncltuGl to Give ctv e BonnacH BonnacHto I Ito
to Faithful Men MenParis JlenParll MenParis
Paris Oct 21 UThe The Paris Lyons LyonsMediterranean T4onsMediterranean LyonsMediterranean
Mediterranean Railroad has issued l a cir circular circular circuisr ¬
cular thanking the employee C 1J loea who remain remained roanaJneel remainat ¬
ed at t their posts during the recent strike strikeof strtkeot strik t tof
of drivers and firemen
The company
an announces announces announees ¬
nounces that It will give t6 t6Uose those loyal loyalnion Joalmoo I Imen
moo 2000060 francs extra in bonuses at attho attho al althe
tho end of the year yearPopular yearPOlm1nr yearPopinlnr
Popular Excursion Baltimore Ohio OIui I i iR
R R October 23 23Le j
Leave Le vc Union Station 815 3l a m 100 100 to t I
Harpers Ferry and Martlnsburg Iartlnsbur 135 135 to u
Berkeley Springs and ISOO 106 OO to Cumber ¬
land and return by special train re ¬
turning same > day da Splendid opportunity r
for a delightful outing cheap
lODGE IN BO BOSTON BOSTONMassachusetts TON TONMassachusetts
Massachusetts Praised as a aProgressive aProgressive aProgressive
Progressive State StateGETS StateGETS StateETS
Gov G ov Draper Defends the State StateAdministration StateAdministration StateAdministration
Administration AdministrationS Administrationentnutorlrcsents I IS
S entnutorlrcsents < mi lfn tor Presents Roosevelt Win > 10 IK IKCheered TileCheerell TaCheered
Cheered to th flue Echo EeJaoTnft Tafts Xante XanteAlso XnnuioAlso nmc nmcAbo
Also Loudly 1011111 Apulnnded ApvJnOlledCoIonel ApvJnOlledCoIonelGoCIt Colonel ColonelGncN
Coca to New Hampshire Today to toSpeak toSlteak toSpeak
Speak In Itehalf of Robert Ilns Ilnsthe Bass Dnuthe Basslice
the Progressive ProJreHfll c CandidateBoston CIIJllIdntBoatoo Candidate CaiidldnteBoston
Boston Ma Mm 1 Oat 3L 21no = TJjoe Tb0enW Tb0enWected e epeeted wj wjpected
p pected ected that Mr Reeeevait would
say saystartling j
startling s sL things In hi his speech for Senator SenatorLodge SeftatorLodge Senatoredge
Lodge L edge here tonight were disappointed dppOIntedTh8
The colonel eotOft merely mnel gave a rod hot In IndorNment Inorsement ¬
d dorsement orsement of the Senator and asked the thopoepte thepoople theeople
poepte p eople of Massachusetts 1U 8chuet to return to the thaUnited theUntted theUntied
United State State Senate a man who tao had al always alwaYI 1 1ways ¬
ways stood for or progressive legislation legislationTbe legieladonhe IaUon IaUonThe
The T he colonel played safe on national issues Saeuesia lseuesla issuesn
ia I n hi his speech before a great aUdleAee of of1011O ofen
s 8090 en persons in the arena tonight tonightThey tol tonightThey Sbt SbtThey
They are haVing a lively scrap In this thisState thisState thIsState
State over oW the tariff leeue and he dwelt dweltat dweltat dweltt
at a t length len tb on that matter But be only onlytimes enl enlrepeatM n1 n1epeated
repeatM r what he bas said ii good Man Man11m many
times 11m t imes before He declared that the prin principle pilnclpk prinipie ¬
ciple c ipie of the tariff I II right so far M tfie tfieRepublican Vie VieJUpubl1can to toRepublican
Republican party Is concerned OOIIe but t iat iatth tat tatthe at atthe
the th method has hs been unsatisfactory un Ul5CactorY He Heiitiatainod HeU1alntalnecl Hemaintained
maintained as before bafor that the question questionthat quedonthat questionhat
that t hat must be taken up p by a tariff com cotnatlseion corntindon
atlseion te such as President Taft has In inMaseabnsotts ¬
Maeeaeinsjetts took kindly to Mr MrRooeevqlt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo vqlt tonight T The e crowd that thatJammed thatammed
Jammed jaau j ammed itself into
tbaarena t yaleaa yelled vo vociferousiy vo yedlmoy
ciferousiy because tbtJy tlfi th like the colonel colonelThey coloneLThey
They Tb appreciated his knocks upon Can Candidate Candidate Candidate ¬
didate Eugene Foes and whooped when whenhe whenhe
he ravped the Democrats They were werepleased werepleasOd
pleased when Mr Roosevelt indorsed indorsedGov Indor IndoesedGay ed edG
Gay G Draper for roeteciAon r e1eeUon The gov governor gGraor govtruer ¬
truer raor wa wu present to acknowledge the thesatete theMkne thesaints
saints sateteDOCK
DOCK Doe Xot ot Repudiate Tariff TariffThe ThrillThe
The colonel eoloftel set out from the theJDlQre beginning bectontngto
to nwtfcs himself hi clear upon the issues ao he hehas h6hati beha
has ha been expounding ever e f since he started startedto
to tompe eampaisn ga He 1e dedaved for to hfnasty hfnastyand bqetyand 8fiy
and whacked at corne oormptfon ty mlpiu mlpiuHQ peicsHe
HQ steered dear d8fr of OtA nn u > that wight wightta mnIhttakt ght
t takt Q ta flSs aa rapudtatien tn 1 of fthe the Payn Paynui hnfrUf ayn aynif1
if1 frUf ui f law for Massachusetts IB IBhighly ishighly
highly interested nter ted in that thatPamphlet thatl thatPamphlets
l Pamphlet am b1ets defending the attack upon uponthe Up uponthe tt tttlM
the tariff bin were W re distributed profusely profuselyThroughout protuelyThroucbout profuselythroughout
Throughout the halL They The explained that thatthe matth thatthe
the th cost 05t of living has not been increased increasedby increasedbY t tby
by the legislation of the laM Congress CongressThe CottgnssTh CongressThe
Th The colonel did not ay anything about aboutjijRU aboutL
jijRU L One of the thins thtn that Mr R Rvelt Reese ROCMtvelt Reesevolt
velt has not heard a groat deal ol olbeen bas bas1Hoen hasbeen
been applause for President Taft He Hebeard Heb 14eheard
beard b rd that tonight When Wh he mentioned mentionedthe 18tioefdthe mentionedthe
the name of the President the audience audiencecheered audceCheerPd ce cehet9nod
cheered The colonel twice referred to tothe tothe tothe
the President but he did ao o only in con connection eonnfCtton cminection ¬
nection with the th tariff commission and andtbe Adtbft antthe
the maximum and minimum which ha hahas hobu teban
has oone heFetofcr heFetofcrXo htietofcrXu heaetotcs3vo >
Xo vo Reply UCIJ to Ultimatum UltimatumA
A good many persons in the zb audience audiencewere audIencewere
were on the alert aJ rt tonight to see if the thacolonel th theoIoMl theeeionei
colonel would make a public roaty to a aletter 0letter atter
letter tter sent > to him by Frederick W Pea Peabody Pectbbdy peabbdy
bbdy a wellknown lawyer of Boston BostonMr BoManlr BostonMr
Mr Peabody Issued oed an ultimatum to thacolonel th throloael the thecolonel
colonel stating that if Mr 1 Roosevelt did didnot dJdIIOt dIdnot
not tell point blank tonight whether or
not n ot be would oulel run for the Presidency In InIJU
lfL2 12 or would ould support the candidacy of ofWilliam ofWlUtam ofWilliam
William H Taft be would bolt b lt and vote votetha Olethe
the t he entire straight Democratic De ticket ticketMr tkJrfilr ticketMr
Mr Roosevelt Roo did not answer anew it itN itNeither
Neither N lth r will Mr Peabody bolt boltIn boltIn beltin
In the th matter of enthusiasm the colonel colonelas
ha h as met no e livelier crowds rowd on his travels
than t han the one that gathered in the lb arena arenatonight arenaonight
tonight tonl t hL it WAS a Republican home houserom
from f rom beginning be nnin to end endGov endGov endGoviDraper
Gov GoviDraper Draper made a speech ia which
h he spoke of what what t he b ban done and what whatthe wba whathe t tthe
the t he Democrats will not do it elected He Hewatt Hea Hewa
watt wa a followed by b Senator Lodge Mr MrLodge lrLod MrLodge
Lodge Lod e praised his home State and spent spentmeet t tmoat
j most of the few minutes mJnut he occupied by bysaying by1ng
saying e inh kind things thi about Roosewit R t He Hepaid HeP
paid 1 414 high tribute to the colonel as a apublicist apublicist apublicist
publicist soldier and tribune of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people The Senator was wasloudly WaSloudly wasoudly
loudly l received receivedOtitlMirst rftelvedOnthurNt receivedOutburst
Outburst of Enthusiasm EnthusiasmWhen EntlnudnlmWhen EnuthuslnsnnWhen
When Mr Roosevelt arose to speak speakthere speakthere speakhere
there t was a tremendous outburst of en enthusiasm enthU enthustasm ¬
thusiasm thU lum that swept through the audi auditorium andiorlum i itortum ¬
torium t for about a minute Every Ev r time timehe thaeb timehe
he b opened his mouth the crowd yelled yelledfor ye yelledfor ed edtor
for Teddy and when he beamed upon uponthem upontbem uponthem
them they whooped hooped the louder louderMr louderMr louderMr
Mr Roosevelt arrived in Boston at 3 3oclock 3ocfoek 3oclock
oclock this Afternoon Mr M Mrs Roosevelt Rooseveltcame ROOIIiYeltearne Rooseveltants
came r with him They were met by Son Senator sator Sonator ¬
ator Lodge United States Marshal Mwr Mwrchlo lwehlo tilerride
ride ehlo and Reger Wateott They we went > t to tothe tothe tothe
the home 110m of Dr W iS Yo S Blgelow brotber brotlterInlaw bCOtralaw
lalaw I of Mr Ir Lodge who lives It iu Beacon Beaconstreet DeaCOftatreet Beaconstreet
street streetThere atreetThere streetThere
There wa w wag a dinner in the colonels C4tIoMIshonor colonelshonor cetoaolshonor
honor at the Union Club this thisalter ordering orderingafter eveningafter
after which He hustled for the arena to tospeak toapeak tospeak
speak speakTomorrow apeakTomorrow speakTomorrow
Tomorrow evening he will leave IN Bos Boston Boston Rueon ¬
ton t on at t oclock for a days Journey into intoNew iDtoNow IntoNew
New Hampshire to stump stUM for Robert RobertBass RoMrtBM8 RobertBtmo
Bass the th progressive progrea lvo candidate or or gov governor 1Mrnor gevcrane ¬
crane rnor He will stop at Nashua Nash Coneord Concordand Coneordand Coneordand
and Manchester returning to thi tl ll city in inthe Inthe hithe
the evening Mr Roosevelt will return returnto retarnto retortsto
to New York Sunday afternoon afternoonPLACE afternoonPLAOEFOR afternoonPLACEFOR
Widow Iduw of President One of Managers Managersof inungersof
of Womans Vonuflit Reformatory Reformatoryi I1cformntor I1cformntorfrcftton ReformatoryTrenton
4 i Trenton Trenton N J Oct 21 21Mu Mrs Frances FrancesFoisom FrancasFosom FranomFosonn
Foisom Cleveland widow of the former formerPresident formerProsident formerPresident
President was named by Gov Fort Fortas FortItS Fortis
as ItS is one of the managers of the womans womansreformatory womansreformato1 womansreformatory
reformatory the erection er tlon of which whichauthorJaed was wasauthorized awnauthorIzed
authorized by the last legislature legi lature Mrs MrsCleveland MrsCieveland
Cleveland has I taken tAk n a deep Interest Int rMt in incharitable Incharttahla Incharitable
charitable and correctional cnrroetto al work among ameajjwomon ameQSWilmon amongwomen
women in this State StateTho StteTho StateThe
Tho other managers mana en1 named n med were wereCounty wereCount wereCounty
County Count Clerk John M 1L C Conger ng of Mid Middlesex M Mdlsex M ¬
dlesex Mayor Wittpenn Ittpenn of C Jergo Jet Jeeoy J City
Mrs Caroline B Alexander AI xander of HOboken Hobokaaand HObokenand ilebokeaand
and Mrs Lowjs T Bryant of Atlantic AtlanticCity Atlantloa AtlantloNo AtIntlCitY
City CityNo a CitYNo
No appropriation has been heo made for forthe forthe forthe
the reformatory though it was tieitjy tieitjyunderstood tiolt4yunderstood
understood whO the enabling ena bUng bill was waspassed waspassed wanpassed
passed last winter that the necessary neeassaryfunds necessaryfunds necessaryfunds
funds would be included in the approprjj approprjjution upproplj
ution bills o ot next winter

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