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NO 1480 WASHINGTON WASHI GTON D 0 TUESDAY OCTOBEE 25 1910 1910TWELVE TWELVE PAGES ONE CENT
I ISLAND UND IN IT ITALY l lWEPT
1 WEPT BY A FLOOD HnnA Hnneports FLOODBeports
Reports eports of Great Gre t Disaster DisasterBeach DisasterReach
Reach Rome BoineTERB1FIC Rom RomeTERRIFIC e eTERRIFIC
TERRIFIC STORM BREAKS BREAKSCapital BREAKSOapitalof
Capital Oapitalof of Ischia Has Been Snb Snbmerged Submerged Snbmerged
merged by Tidal Wave WaveLate W RVe RVeLate
Late Dispatches Confirm Great ion ionof Lonof Louof I
of Life on Slope of Vesuvius and andThousands DndThouannda L LThouiund
Thousands of Tom Ton of Lava Are AreWashed AreWn4ed Ar ArWnijcd
Washed Away Awayap1ei wnyNap1e Naples Reports Se Severe Severe Scvere ¬
vere Cloudburst Over Bay DnrIany DnrIanyTowns Many ManyTowns
Towns Are Damaged DamagedRome Dlunuge4Rome DamagedBorne
Rome OQt StrConCused and Incom Incomplete Incompl Incomp1t ¬
plete pl p1t t reports have h lve remohed the home homeofnoa homeom homcof
ofnoa om of o a a great disaster disast r at Isohla the thecapital theoapltal th thoapttal
capital of o the island of o Ischia sixteen sixteenmiles sbteenmiles sLxteermiles
miles southwest of otNaples otNaples Naples in iz the Mediter Mediterranean Medlterranean Mcditerranean ¬
ranean raneanIt raneanIt raneanit
It Is feared that tho town has been beensttbjnergad beenul1Jnerd beeratbnerged
sttbjnergad ul1Jnerd by b a tidal wave No N particu particulars 1Artoulttra ¬
lars have been received Torpedo boats boatshave boatsf8
f8 have mve eooon been sent cnt to Ischia Telegraph and andoabla andQable an ancabla I
oabla connection is out off offA oftA offA
A telegram received at Naples at atoceok 3 3oclock 3odeok
odeok oclock this afternoon from Proolda an anIsfnad anIstud ax1Id
Isfnad northeast of of Ischia states that th t the thetown thotawn
town of of CassamlQOlola was partly de destroyed d dstroed detrOyeEI ¬
stroyed last night owing to heavy he v rains rainswhich raInswhich iaimwhh
which washed htd away aWay tho wooden houses houseswhich OUSei OUSeiw1llch
which had been built for the purpose of ofresisting otr ol olraist1ng
r resisting sttng earthquakes earthquakesStorm eartJaquakQlStorm erthtuakaStorm
Storm Strikes Island IslandThe IslnndTIle I1nndTie
The homo office has received news of ofthe otOM 01
the disaster from Naples plQS The prefect prefectwtoee pr68Qtwtles piofeolwir L
wtoee wir that ho h has hoard from romJe om the captain captainof oaDtarof
of o a steamship stefun hlp that a terriflc storm stormstruck stormk atoruM2vck
struck the Island of Ischfa Ie laand and caused oausedgreat causedIreat oauso
great damage to preperty but that ther therTha thon thonWert th ri I
Wert wol 110 I t1tAt11tf61TIIa t1tAt11tf61
Tha Th cabinet te 1 considering the question questionof i
of the organisation Ofp ht of assistance tancs Ac According Accertlin5 ¬
cording to t the lateet reports a hurricane hurricanestnwk UrrioanastnIck
stnwk the th island at 4 oclock k this th morn morning mornftg mornlsg ¬
ing ftg and destroyed de troye that half of the Island Islandopposite IslandJffte I
4 opposite Jffte Proeidla ProeidlaLate ProcldlLLata
Late dispatches only confirm the great greatloss greAtI greg t
loss ss of f life following the terrific rainfall rainfallalong rainfallalong rainfalaong 1
along aong the stopas s1eP S of o Vesuvius VosuvIus It is now nowstatafl now5tatfld no r rstatEMi
statafl that the floods resulted in tne tnevttshiop t tn ne ne8shl a awash1g
vttshiop 8shl away a y of thousands of tons of oflava otlata o t tlava
lava and ashes shas which wh1 h had accumulated accumulatedalong aceumulatedaIeng
along the crests of the mountain since sincethe sincethe sine 0
the last eruption eruptionFloods eruptionFleods eruptionFloods
Floods are reported at Cetara Cetara Amalfl Amalfland Amalftlind
and elsewhere In the neighborhood p1Jg gitrhooa b rhootl of gtEJIfiQi q qhave
SljMmo EJIfiQi ftjJere r have been be numerous numerousda n roElrQuJ 5
q da aTh q 1L There is a rumtr rmtrt tat Jut h hii1ldw1 d dlE d81 sds sdsof s 5s
of lives have mY been lost at Cassamlcci Cassamlccicoia CassamicciMany I IJlnny
coia
Many Victim Ietfm Reported ReportedThe ReportedJ
J
The mayor mq r of CasMmJeciota telegraph tolographsthe te10grapbsUte S Sthe
the prefect p fact of police here that Cassa CassaBttoctokt Cas Casmcclola
Bttoctokt has as been deetroyod de as was wasforecast wastereea8t w wforoeaet S
forecast in earlier dispatches The tele telegram telegram ¬
gram add adds that there th r are many victims victimsand victim8and I Iand
and that help Is urgently needed As a aremit 8rtlNlt areuIt
remit of this plea the government has hassent basSQDt a S
sent a fleet 8t of o war ships to the scene sceneof sceneOf cccii e eof
of the disaster dl nster with all provisions provI fons and andfood andtood am f ffood
food available availableWord aai1ableWord vaJlableWord
Word comas that it la not likely that thatthere thotthere tha t tthere
there are many Americans amqng vic victims YIettma vietilas ¬
tims of the disaster disasterThe dJaasterThQ
The only American known to t have been beenin beenIn bee i ihi
in Caasamicciolaof ot late is the painter painterRobert paInternebert painterflobrt
Robert Halo who cornea from St St Paul PaulMinn Paul1ltnn I
Mien and who is said to have left the thatown theto11 tb tbtown a
town several days da ago agoOutburst I IOutburst
Outburst at Naples XnpleaNaples NaplesNaplos I
Naples Oct W stThere There WU RS a severe severedMdbmvt soverocJeadbunlt 0 0clssidberat
dMdbmvt over the Bay of Naples dur during durIRS durlag ¬
IRS t the e day The Th sea 00 heaved violently violentlyand violentlYIHft violonti y yand
and even large la11 steamships in the bay baywore baywer ha f fwe
wore wer oJtected At tho same time Vesu Vesuvius Vesuemitted Vesuvtiis ¬
vius emitted streams of mud and two twofamilies twotme tw a afamilies
families were buried at Torre del Greco Grecoat Grecoat Greccat
at the foot of o the mountain Five bodies bodieshave bOdIesMft S Shae
have been recovered recoveredLos recoveredLoSiJ recoveredLoss
Los Loss of life is also reported from fromCetaVa fromCeiara tror a
CetaVa Ctai onthe Bay of Salerno SalernoGreat SalernoOtooat SalernoOroat
Great damage was wa done at Resina Resinawhich Iteslnawhtch L Lwhich
which was built bullton on the ruins of o Her Hercutoneum Hercu1aneum Heicuneum
cutoneum cuneum as well as at Torre Del Greco GrecoA GrecoA GrecA
A street 1ft R the latter town was almost almostcompletely almostCOIIIPte1y it itceep1eteIy
completely destroyed Th The authorities authoritiesand alUorlUlisaad aitthorltisaud
and troops are working heroically to res rescue resoue r rcue ¬
cue the ti injured injuredDOGS InjuredDOGS InjuredDOGS
DOGS AS ATTENDANTS ATTENDANTSNew
New N w York Woman Has Wedding Weddingthat Weddingthat Weddingthat
that Is Different DifferentNew DifferentNew DifferentNew
New York Y k Oct 24With her three pet petdogs PotdoGS fetdogs
dogs as bridesmaids brtdetii naklli Mrs Mary Schley SchleyBrown SchleyBrewn SchIeyBrown
Brown and Percy William Evans yans were weremarried weremlrrJlled wereniarsled
married at the home of Arthur Debrey Debreycousin Debre Debrecoulln Dobreycousin
cousin of 0 the bride this evening The Thebride ThebrIde Thebride
bride according to her cousin wanted a awodfllnsr awOOding awodtflng
wOOding so different and devised the theschamo thescheme thescheme
scheme of having vlag her weeping weeplngJap Jap span
ieta Iei assist at the ceremony ceremonyThree
Three of them themOtoyo Otoyo ICamlo ian San
PeflkaSan ard Geisha a lsba clad in bridal
dress dr squeaked Joyous barks and yelp yelpsdifting
during dtfrln < the ceremony One hundred light lighted Jlghted lighted ¬
ed candles c ndllii and a canopy canop ot falling au autumn autumn cutunul ¬
tumn leaves efYN were employed to make the theceremonies thecerENftOnSea theceremonIes
ceremonies more differentWILL dltrerfsntWILL different durerentWILL
WILL BUILD AEROPLANES AEROPLANESTcxnns AEROPLANESTexnns AEROPLANESTxnn
Tcxnns Txnn Come to Alt of Government Governmentvltli Governmentwltb Governmentwith
with 910O0O lOOOO lOOOOGahoston 1OOOOOa1voeton j jGalvoston
Galvoston Tex Oct 34 JAdvices Advices have having haveIng hayIng ¬
ing reached Fort Sam Houston Hou ton that the theJtaws theItems theltesss
Items In the War Department partment budget for forairship foralrs forairship
alrs airship airship lp experiment and tests were werestricken werestrfckQn werestjickon
stricken out out which means no appropria appropriation appropriatlrni ¬
tion for the war aeroplane fleet the
Texas ToxnsAvlatlon Aviation Club has ba decided to raise
tho 100000 or o r more that may ma be neces necessary necas2ary neceaeary ¬
sary to continue the experiments and
tests for the War Department DepartmentFor DepartmentFor
For F r six months experiments have been beencarried beencarried beencarried
carried on under the direction of Lieut
Foulolg Foulol at Fort Sam Houston with the theonly theonh theonly
only aeroplane tho United States army armyowns arm armown
owns own The experiments have been most mostvaluable mostaluable mostft
C ft valuable and It was with grave disap disappointment dIMPpolntmont ¬
pointment that tho army officers and andothers andother andothers
others interested Interested in aeronautics heard heardthat heardtoot
that no funds would be provided to con ¬
tinue the now department departmentThere departmentThere departmenLThero
There are ro abdut 300 man men In Texas par particularly partloularly partiouharly ¬
ticularly interested in aerial navigation navigationand navisaUonand navigationand
and they flrmly advocate tbe equipment equipmentof
of tho army with at least a small but buteffective hutetrecUvct buteffective
effective airship fleet eQt These enthusiasts enthusiastshave cnthuillastshao enthusiastshave
have come to the rescue and pledged pledgedthemselves pledgedtholftS pledgedthemselves
themselves tholftS lvos to supply uppJ the necessary funds fundsif tundiir fundsIt
if tho government does dO S not There are areHQW arellQW are1QW
HQW building five large aeroplanes In InTexas InTex inTexris
Texas TexasBlaekistones Tex Texrisfliackistones s snlC1dton
Blaekistones 1J Handsome Spray S2 S2vMade s sade s sIade
vMade Iade ade up of choice flowers 14th H H
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland Partly cloudy cloudyand cloudyI cloudyand
I and warmer warlller today tod j tomorrovfair tomorrowfair tomorrow tomorrQwfair
fair moderate southwesterly southwesterlywinds southwesterlywinds southwesterlywinds
winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYrases SUMMARYrAgeS SUMMARYpges
rAgeS rAgeSIItalian P pges pgesItalian
1 IItalian Italian Island Stormawept StormaweptGetfamequlck Stormsw StormswcptGetfameQuick pt ptGetfamequIck
GetfamequIck Revelations RevelationsTen Revelnt1 Revelnt1Ten RevehitlonsTen
Ten AeroplanesFly at Once OnceBalloon OnceBalloon OnceBalloon
Balloon to Seek Aeronauts AeronautsPrice Aeronnuu1rlce AeronautsVrice
Price Romance Recalled RecalledRoosevelt RecaUodRooseelt RecalledRoosevelt
Roosevelt Sees Deserted Farms Farmsabbath FarmsSabbath
2 Sabbath Laws Scored ScoredManufacturers 8coredManutacturers ScoredManufacturers
Manufacturers Exhibit Opens Opens3Iern Ope s sKern
3 3Iern Kern Arouses Interest InterestRally IutQJStRally InterestBully
Rally to Andersons Support Support4News Support4News Support4News
4News of the Theaters Theaters51n TheatersIn
6 51n In the World rorld of Society SocietyHorse SooietyHorse SogietyHorse
Horse Show Opens Today Today6EditorJal Today6ditorial
6EditorJal 6Edltorlal 6Edltorlal7Fomlnlne 6ditorialFeminine
7 7Fomlnlne Feminine Notes of Fashion FashionSRoyal Fashion8Royal
8 SRoyal Royal Welcome for Athletics AthleticsEastern AthleticsEastern thleUcsEastern
Eastern Plays Western Today TodayGood Toda TodaGood TodayGood
Good Day at iMmllco 1 lmUco lmUcoHltchcock lmliaosHItchcock
0 Hitchcock Denies Deficit DeficitDefends DeficitDetends DeticitDefends
Defends Coast Cities Growth GrowthUCommerolaI GrowthCommercial
11 UCommerolaI Commercial and Financial Financial12G Financial2G
12G W V U Board Holds Election ElectionInsurance ElectionInsurance ElectionInsurance
Insurance Agent Held Up UpSEEK UPSEEK UpSEEK
SEEK AERONAUTS AEROMBTSBY08E AERONAUTSBY AEROIABTSBYBSE
BY08E BY USE OF BALLOONSt
St St s Louis Airmen to Search Searchfor Searchfor Searchfor
for America Am lica II IITRAGED IIToRAGED ILRAGBD
TRAGED P TO MICHIGAN CITY CITYDetermined CITYDetermlne CITYetermined
Determined D Effort Made by St Louis LouisAero Ioul IoulAero LouisAero
Aero Club to Find Lost Bar Re Heported RelOrted Reported
ported Continuing Aorih of St StJohns StJohns StJohns
Johns Lake and Probably Plobabl South Southof Southot Southof
of Hudson Bay DnD1otber Brother Alarmed AlarmedSt AlarmedLouis lnrmcdSt
St Louis Oct 3t LTony Tony Tony von on Phul and andJoseph andJoaptt andoseph
Joseph J oseph OReilly weltknown St St Louis Louisaeronauts Louisaeronauts Louiseronauts
aeronauts a will leav lea leavis hero within thirty thirtysix tbfco tbfcoIlx thirtyix
six s ix hours with wit > the balloon l1on St St Louis No Not NoI o owith
t with a capacity of S908 soi cubic feet of ofgas otga ofas
gas ga g as to search for the missing balloon balloonAmerica banoonAmerica balloonAmeri
America Ameri II and Alan R Hawloy Ha wi 11 and andAugustus aftClAugustus andAugustus
Augustus Post PoSt its crew They will first ftrstgo firstSO firsto
go g o to Sault Sto Marie Mich lIC and will willtake Willttke willake
take t along a big telescope for searching searchingpurposes searchingpurpo searchingpurpeces
purposes purposesA purpecesA s sA
A determined effort trort is being made by byA byR byA
A R Lambert president ot the Aero AeroClub AeroClub AeroClub
Club of St St Louis to trace the course of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t he missing balloon America II believing believingthat belfevtnSthat believinghat
that t hat is the only way to tolocnte locate the where whereabouts whereabouts whereabouts ¬
abouts of its crew who left St Louis In Intha Inth8 Inhe
tha t he International race ra e a week ago agoTraced agolrnced agoTruced
Traced to 4llclilranAt Michigan MichiganA1roadjii2Slk lcJdgauAlrfMu1
AlrfMu1 A1roadjii2Slk 1 c oirurse of ttuliiTHon has hasbeen bal balbHn a aoon
been b oon traced as far as as Traverse Bay BayMich BayUeh BuyMich
Mich Ueh where it is reported the America Americatook Amerteatook Americaook
took t aa easterly course at an altitude of ofJOW ofLi
JOW Li feet It is not believed believed that this di direction dIrection diection ¬
rection r was maintained km long but that the theballoon theballoon theballoon
balloon went lower continued north and andis andIs andnow
is i now probably somewhere mewhore east at of Hud Hudson Hudson Budson ¬
son Bay north of St Johns Lake and andpossibly andP andpossibly
possibly P as far south as James Bay the thelower thelower theower
lower l ower portion of Hudson Bay BayWith DayWith BayWith
With this in view vJ w Lewis Spindler rep representative reprentative represontativo ¬
resentative of the Aero Club went to toNew toNew toNew
New York from Toronto Canada to toChapleau toChapleau toChpleau
Chapleau Ontario where an operating operatingbase operatingbYe operatingbale
base will be established eatab bihecl tomorrow morn morning mornIng mornag ¬
ing l ag CHapieau is a junction on the Ca Canadian Canadlan Canadian ¬
nadian Pacific Railroad which road is istaking Istakl Istaking
taking takl a part in the search for the bal balloon balloon be beoon ¬
loon l oon and has instructed all of its em employes employ emto ¬
ployes ploy to report when and where they theylast the thelut theyast
last l ast saw it itBy ItBy it itBy
By obtaining the reports of employes employesof
of the railroad and alTposslble informa information Informatlon httorznarica ¬
rica from hunters in the employ of o the theHudson theHudson theHudson
Hudson Bay Company as well ajs as from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the Canadian CaNld tn police when and where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they lust saw sa what they are certain certainwas certainWI certainwas
was the America it will be able to trace tracethe traceth6 tracethe
the balloon for a large jrait fut of its I course courseand coursoand courseand
and possibly to locate its i l landing place placeHaivIcyM placeJhnvlcK placeHawleys
HaivIcyM Brother Alarmed AlarmedLambert Alnrmct1Lalnbert larincdLambert
Lambert talked with William Hawley Hawloyin Hawh HawhIn
in i n New York brother of the missing missingaeronaut mlsmugaeronaut missingaeronaut
aeronaut for threequarters of an hour hourover hourover hourover
over the th longdistance telephone this thI aft afternoon afternoon at t tuinoon ¬
ernoon The brother is anxious to have haveail havean haveall
ail possible information and called up upLambert upLambert upLambert
Lambert for the purpose
i Hawley said a representative of his hishad hishad hishad
had left for the Canadian district but butdid hutdid butdid
did not know from what point he would wouldoperate wouldoperate woudoperate
operate operateA
A letter addressed to Hawley today todayfrom todayfrom indayfrom
from a farmer was opened and showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that the America II had passed Delavan DelavanMich Delavanl1eh DelavanMieh
Mich l1eh Tuesday morning A message re received nsc iuceirod ¬
ceived c led from J W V Hannan of Traverse TraverseCity TraverseCity TraverseCity
City Mich tonight reported additional additionalinformation additionallnfonnaUon additionalinformation
information as to the course of the bal balloon balloon halloon ¬
loon Ito message stated that a balloon balloondeclared balloondeclared balloondeclared
declared to bo the America II was ob obaervd oblervd ohseryd
aervd in many man places in the Traverse Bay Baysection Bayaectton Baysection
section Tuesday October IS and was near nearenough nenrI1ouh nearenough
enough to the ground for or conversation conversationIt
It was sighted at 440 p m at Lake LakeAnn LakeAnn LakeAnn
Ann at 5 p m at Cedarr Cedar ten miles west weatof westor wontof
of Traverse City and at 540 passed over overOmena oerOmena overOmena
Omena Mich A few minutes later the theballoon the1wUoon theballoon
balloon was seen at North Port Port Mich Michsailing MichalUnc Websailing
sailing northeast Soon after It rose to toan toan toan
an altitude of 3000 feet and changed its itscourse Itscourse itscourse
course to due east disappearing at 6 p m mfour mfoul mfour
four miles from tho Old Mission resort resortPeople resortPooplo resortPeople
People at the point of tho peninsula saw sawlights sawlIlnts sawlIghts
lights in the balloon as it passed there thereOttawa thereOttawa thereOttawa
Ottawa Ont Oct 24 24A A special from fromQuebec fromQuebec fromQuebec
Quebec City at 6 oclock tonight says saysA saysA saysA
A report reached here this afternoon afternoonthat afternoonthat afternoonthat
that America II the missing balloon balloonhad balloonhad balloonhad
had landed in the wilds of Quebec and andthat andUt andthat
that Alan Hawley Hawle and Augustus Post Posttho PostthtJ Posttho
tho aeronauts are on their way to this thiscity thiscltr thiscity
city cityDEOWUED cltrDROWNED cityDROWNED
DROWNED OFF CAPS CAP COLONY COLONYThree COLONYlbree COLONYThree
Three Lost Lo t in Attempt to < o Leave LeaveWreelc LentVreek LeaveWreel
Wreelc of Mail lall Steamship SteamshipCape SteZJ11iblpCapo SteaiiishipCape
Cape Town Union of South Africa Oct Oct24The Oct24The
34 24The The mail steamship Lisbon with 250 250passengers 250pasaengers O Opassengers
passengers was wrecked rocked today near nearPaternoster nearPaternoatir nearPaternoster
Paternoster Point on the west coast cons of ofCape orCape ofCape
Cape Colony ColonyThree ColonyThree ColonyThree
Three persons were weredrowned drowned by the cap capsizing capslsln capsizing ¬
sizing slsln of a small boat in which they were wereattempting weroattempting wereattempting
attempting to leave the he wreck TCCk Three Threepassengers Threeptl8Hners Threepassengers
passengers also ar are missing mlin The rest of ofthe orthe ofthe
the passengers and crew were rescued rescuedThe rescuedThe rescuedThe
The Lisboa is a Portuguese e vessel and andsailed andsalled andsailed
sailed from Lisbon on October 1 for Mo Mozambique Mozambique Mozambique ¬
zambique She was vyas as commanded by Capt CaptMenezc CaptlIent CaptMenecs
Menezc MenecsBaltimore MenezcBaltimore 7lCfi 7lCfil11tlmore >
Baltimore l11tlmore nnd Ohio R 1L It to PJmllpo
Racen Baltimore BaltimoreFor DnlthnorcFor BaltimoreFor
For those th se desiring dshin to attend the Plm
lico Races the Baltimore and Ohio Ev Every E Every ¬
ery Hour on the Hour weekday service serviceaffords serviceattords serviceaffords
affords superior facilities Excellent Excellentstreet Excellenlstreet Excellentstrect
street car service s rvire from fr m both Camden and
Mt Royal stations to and from Pimllco
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FIND A BIG LAKE LAKECanadians LAKECanadians LAKECanadians
Canadians Discover Body of Water Waterin Waterin Watclin
in Far Northwest NorthwestOttawa NorthwestOttnwa NorthwestOttawa
Ottawa Oct 24 HAnnouncement Announcement of the thediscovery thediscovery th thdiscovery
discovery of another great lake In the theCanadian theCanadian th thCanadian
Canadian Northwest t Is contained in inletter a
letter received by P W T Drulard of 01
WIndson Ontario from his son William WilliamF m mDrulard
F Drulard now in Edmonton Indians Indiansarriving Indiansrrivtng i iarriving
arriving in Edmonton from the far North Northbring Northbring Nortibring
bring In he says sas the story that a party partyof partyot part partof
of government surveyors have made the th thdiscovery
discovery dlscoe The now lake they the say Is Issupposed Issu ft i isupposed
supposed su posed to be nearly as large as Lake Lak
Superior SuperiorREPUBLICAN SuperIorREPm3LICAN SuperiorREPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN LAUDS DIX DIXPresident DIXl DIXPresident
President l of Hamilton College DLs DLsKU Dl1guxtccl Di Digusted
gusted KU te l with wit 11 Roosevelt RooseveltIJtica RoosevcHUtica RooseveltIjtica
IJtica N Y Oct 24 4lI M W Strieker Striekerpresident Strickerpresident I Ipresident
president of Q Hamilton College one of ofVice otVIce 0 0Vice
Vice President Shermans closest friends friendsand frIendsand friendand
and supporters anpp rters and a Republican who
has always alwa s stood behind the partys can ¬
didates delivered a ripping speech in be ¬
half olJohnA TohnA Dix the Democratic gu
bernatorlal candidate at a great mass massmeeting massmeeting inas 5 5meeting
meeting here tonight tonightFormer tonightFormer tonightFormer
Former Judge Alton B Parker was wa
billed as the principal speaker s aker of the theevening theevening th i ievening
evening but President Strieker easily was wasthe wasthe wa S Sthe
the star of the occasion He said he was wasdisgusted wasdisusted wa m mdisgusted
disgusted with Rooseveltism and his hisspeech hisspeech hi S Sspeech
speech was in a large part an attack on em
Col Roosevelt and anc his methods and when whenhe whenhe wliemhe
he put the query What do you think of ofa ora o oa
a man who accepts Harrimans money moneyand mone moneand moneand
and refuses to stay bought b usht ughtv the climax climaxof climaxot clima c cof
of enthusiasm was reached rcachc d and it was wasten S Sten
ten minutes before the cheering yelling yellingcrowd yellingcrowd elUngcrowd I
crowd was qulted
PLANTER SHOT DOWNMississippi DOWN DOWNMississippi DOWNMississippi
Mississippi Man Slain as the Result Eesultof Result Resultof Resultof
of a Feud PeudBlloxl FeudBiloxl Feudl3iloxl
Blloxl Miss Oct W 3jSulQmonoo Summoned to his hisdoor 1 1door hiRdoor
door to be shot down In front or othis orhis orhis
his wifQ was the fate of J T T Broaden Broadmthe Broaduthe Broadenthe
the owner of several plantations plantaU north northhurc of ofhvrc ofhoro
hvrc Mrs Broadus rMd who was wq wa holding an anoiacttle anelitCtrie anelctric
oiacttle toarchllght f for r 1 her er r husband when whenhe wbenJle whenho
he wag lUI ahot tot t down was not hurt hurtThe hurLThe hurtThe
The murder was the result of a fond fondof fottdor Coedof
of long standing standhn No arrests arres have yet yetbeen 7 7bun ytboon
been made The assassins ma4e several severalattempts fleverattl11pts severalattempts
attempts last night to got Broadus to the thedoor thedoor thedoor
i door Finally they Ito created a commotion commotionIn
1 In the poultry house SOO O yards from the theBroadus theBroadus theBroadus
Broadus residence This aroused the theplanter thetlanter theplanter
planter Armed with a shotgun and with withI Withbts withhis
I his wife carrying the electric searchlight searchlightBroadus searobllptBroadus scarghIigtBroadus
Broadus started for the outhouse He Hewonl Hewonl H Hwent
wonl only a short distance dlt nce when he was wasshot wa washot wasehot
shot down He 1c died d Instantly InstantlyCAPTAIN Ip5tantlCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN REFUSES REFUSESCrew REFUSESTO
I
TO DESERT VESSEL VESSELOrcw VESSELOiew
Crew of Schooner Brings BringsWord Bringsy I31ingsWord
Word y old of Heroism HeroismNew ClOiS 1 1New
New York Oct 24 24Soven Sevan mon rescued rescuedfrom reseue4from rescuedfrom
from the fourmasted fGUrm schooner HaUls HollisWood HoillaWood HaUlsWood
Wood were brought to Perth Amboy to today today today ¬
day by the Norwegian steamer Herald HaraidCapt HaraldCapt HeraldCapt
Capt E A Berg from Tamptco One Oneof OMot Oneof
of the amen who WhOfi whose o leg was as > broken was wastaken wutaken wastaken
taken to the Smith Infirmary InfirmaryCapt InftnnaryCapt InArmaryCapt
Capt E D Wails of the illfated illfatedschooner tntatooschooner Hifatedschooner
schooner refused to desert de rt the ship and aadhe aRelhe andhe
he has ha in all probability been drowned drownedHe droyBodHt drownedHe
He said he h would stick to the ship to the thelast Utelast thelast
last but he refused to allow a 110 any of o his hismen hismon hismon
mon to remain with him and they all allreluctantly allreluctantly
reluctantly reluctanU climbed aboard the lifeboat lifeboatwhich lifeboatwhich Ueboatwhich
which the Herald had sent to their aid aidand Aidandatter aidandafter
andatter and after shaking hands with the cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam they thc left him alone on the ship shipwhich shipwhich shipwhich
which had by that time filled with withwater withwater withwater
water waterThe waterrh waterThe
The rh men declared that It was only onl a aquestion aquestion aquestion
question of a few hours when the theschooner the8choone theechoone
schooner would have ofttlroly cntlrel filled with withwater withwater withwater
water and sunk and although they Im Implored Implored tinplored ¬
plored the captain to abandon the ship shiphe shiphe
he refused and said saidTil saidllJ saidIll
Til Ill stick to her boys bo s You save your yourlives yourlives yourlives
lives livesSome livesSome livesSome
Some of the crew were for remaining remainingwith remaIningwith remainingwith
with the captain but ho ordered them themall themall thanall
all into the lifeboat and watched them themas themas themas
as they were rowed away to the rescue rescueship rescueship
ship shipNew
New Orleans Oct 34 HA A wireless dis dispatch dispatch dispatch ¬
patch to tho United Fruit Comvuny C muny from fromthe fromthe from I Ithe
the steamer Ellis Em that a wrecked wreck wrecke1 wrecke1sehoonem schooner schoonerhad schoonerhad sehoonemhad
had been sighted in latitude 29 i north n rth and andlongitude andlongitude I Ilongitude
longitude SSS west wilt probably lead to toa toa tc tca
a relief expedition from rom Mobile as the theboat theI th i iboat
boat is supposed to be the fourmasted fourmastedschooner tourmastedschoo I Ischoonat
I schooner schoo net Hollis Wood Tood which was aban abandoned ab abandoned n ndon ¬
doned don ad by all of the crew except Capt CaptE CaptE
E B Walls who refused rous d to desert the theship theship thtship
ship shipBLUEFIELDS
BLUEFIELDS IS SAFE SAFESteamship SAFESteamship
Steamship Steamshipwith with Fifty Men on on oh Board BoardHad BoardHad I L LHad
Had Been Given Up UpHavana UpHaana UpHavana
Havana Oct 24 2IThc The steamship Blue Bluefields Blueelds Bluefields
fields elds of the Voccaro line eight days daysoverdue dasoverdue day m moverdue
overdue at New Orleans and given up as aslost aslost a alost
lost reached here safely today following f0110wlnga r ra j ja
a harrowing experience in the tropical tropicalhurricane tropicalhurrIcane I Ihurricane
hurricane The vessel was blown off of her hercourse hercourse hoi L Lcourse
course off San Antonio She drifted help helplessly helplessly helplessly
lessly for four days in the storm Finally Finallyshe FInallyshe Plnall3she
she regained headway and steamed into intoport intoport inttport
port here She will leave lor New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans tomorrow The steamship carried carriedabout carriedab 1 1abdut
ab about ut fifty In the crew and passengers passengersCRIPPEN passengersCRIPPEN passengersCRIPPEN
CRIPPEN MAY jAY APPEALNo APPEAL
No Decision Reached by Condemned CondemnedMans CondemnedMans I II
I Mans Attorney AttorneyLondon AttorneyLondon AttorneyLondon
London Oct 24 24It It has not yet been beendecided beendecided beemdecided
decided whether an appeal shall be taken takento takento takemto
to the new Criminal Court against the thedeath tb S Sdeath
death sentence imposed on Dr Crippen Crippenlast Crippenlast 1 1last I
last Saturday SaturdayArthur Saturdayrthur SaturdayArthur
Arthur rthur Newton Crippens solicitor solicitorhas solIcttorhas solicitorhas
has applied to the home office for per permission permission permission ¬
mission to visit the condemned man nt ntPentonville utPentonvllle a t tPentonville
Pentonville prison If the permission is isgranted J3sranted 1 3 3granted
granted Mr Newton and Crippan will willhold willhold wil I Ir
hold a a consultation as to the advisability advisabilityof advisabilit advisabilitof r
of lodging an appeal
TEN AEROPLANESI AEROPLANES AEROPLANESIN
IN THE AIR AT ONCE ONCEGrand ONCEGrand I
Grand Spectacle Afforded at atBel atBelluont
Bel Belmont m out Park iMeet iMeetAMERICAN Icet IcetA1rrERIOAN IcetMIERICAN
AMERICAN ALTITUDE RECORD RECORDJ
J Armstrong Drexel Climbs in JIb HinIJIcrlot JIbDlerlot Iii S
SN
IJIcrlot Until Barograph ReglttierM ReglttierM710O Regl terN N
710O 100 Feet FeetBroicina BrooklnH Near enr Disaster DisasterIn Dls ster sterIn r
In New ew IlRoudsterriu Roadster Tiny Machine Machinetty Jlnebluc3Inliea i
3Inliea Se Several rI11 Frctt Pretty tty Plights PlightsJew UUghtsN
Jew N York Oct 34 3LTea Tea aerojvUaee eirosaes in inttte 1ftu ii iill C
ttte i ll air ail at once en oncern a record eon flock for forAmerican tarAB to r rAmerican
American AB atmosphere uepherowu was the view of offered offered ¬
fered to the Beimont Park grand taB4this stand standthis n nthis
I this afternoon the third day cia of the inter international 1I1ternational International ¬
national aviation tournament Following Followingclose FoUowln1close
t close upon this spectacle J Armstrong ArmstrongDrexel Armstron ArmstronDrexel rmtttroac rmtttroacDnxl
Drexel Climbed in his Bieriot until taW M Mbarograph Ju Jubarocraph a abarograph
barograph registered 7JM feet teet which whichtabUshes hldt hldtt8bllsII85 es establishes ¬
tablishes a new American altitude roe record rec record roeord ¬
ord ordWalter
Walter a1ter Brooklnc Brookl in the new Wright Wrightroadster WnptrHcI t troedsiar
roadster er a so tiny example of the famil familiar lJar ¬
famlih
Jar Wright biplane was flgbdng htIn with withCount WithCOUAt wit witCount h
Count de LOSMBS 5 Blertot for altitude altitudeea e eeaI a aety
ea eaI ety ly In the dav dal di when Brooklns engine enginewent Ine IneW 0
went W Dt dead at a height ht of about 45W 4 feet feetaad teet teetaDd feeiand LI 0LI
aDd the propellers became I Jammed and andimmovable an ul ultmmovabl6 d dimmovabI
immovable tmmovabl6 and Brookine had to volplane volplanealmost volplantnlmo a aalmost
almost t a mile mO to earth He landed Rlely Rlelya eaSel s ely elya 1 1a
a mile or two northeast of the aviation aviationHold 8mtloftfioW a afield
Hold but broke one of his h l skids upon uponstriking uponitr1 upo n nstriking
striking itr1 the ground groundCarries groundCarries nd ndCurries
Carries Girl Around Course CourseCount CourlleCount CourseCount
Count de Lessees L ps carried Miss UU Grace GraceMeKenzie GraceloKzIe Gras 0 0McXenzle
MeKenzie of Toronto who to said Id to be bethe hetile b S Sthe
the counts fiancee around und the shorter shortercourse lIIortereourse lorte 5
5I
course of et two and onehalf kilometers kilometersthree kllomete1llthru kilometerthree I
three times Noland o1aad Garros arose twice twiceor twteeor twic C Cor
or three times tlm in the littlest IIt eat aeroplane aeroplanethe OplaDe OplaDethe 1 1the
the Demoiselle thereby accomplishing the thedistinction thedltlUnetlon th 0 0distinction
distinction of being the th OrE flier to show showthis phcwthis pho S Sthis
this type of humming humJft1n bird in flight In InAmerica i ft ftzt
America AmericaHubert zt morica moricaHubert
Hubert Latham flew fie early and often in inthe Inthe I n nthe
the widespreading Antoinette monoplane monoplanewhich monoplanewhich e ewhich
which he was the that to make behave behaveIn 5 5in
In the air Also the Lathe flights of o to today todllJ tc tcday ¬
day afforded Americans their Ant view viewof visi visiof Iew Iewot f
of an Antoinette at a professional meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the first flights of importance in fact factmade tactmado fec t tmade
made in this country with this type of ofmachine ofmachine c d dmachine t
machine Incidentally the crowds at th thmeet the themoet 0 0meet
meet voted the Antoinette model the themcst themcst th thmeet
mcst imposing of all air craft It soared soaredevenly searedennly soaro soaroevenly
evenly majestically with farstretched farstretchedwings tarstretchedwlnp d dwings j
wings a nerveless nervel eagle hovering above aboveneuresthenlc aboveneur abet a aneurasthenic
neurasthenic neur thenle swallows swallowsCurt swallowCurt1i swallowsCurtims
Curt Curt1i ITS Cimp Is l llujiy llujiyTho UUI UUITho lluyTime
Tho Curtiss camp CAnt in the later after afternoon atternoon efteinoon ¬
noon wore the sole entrants fop t the bi biplane blplane b bplane ¬
plane elimination speed heats hea MeCurdy MeCurdyFrisblo MeC IeC rdy rdyFrisblo r rFrisbie
Frisblo and Mars Iars got t away a minute minuteapart minuteapart mulnul e eapart
apart in the order named and tho first firstto firstto fin it itto t
to start McCurdy also made the fastest fastesttime t5stesttime faste it ittime t
time as he flew tw fast enough to lap even evenBud nenBud eve < a aBud t
Bud Mars Iars once out of every ever five laps lapseven lapoven lap lapeven
even though Mars was flying tI lng the Curtiss Curtissmachine Curtlsamachine Curtim Curtimmachine j
machine In which Mr Curries at the theSquantum theSquantum U e eSquantum e
Squantum meet m et early in September on onone onone c a aone j
one occasion outflew GrahameWhltes GrahameWhltesParman Grahame White WhiteFarman a aParnian
Parman ParmanAt FarmanAt ParnianAt
At twilight Charles C larles K Hamilton who whodoesnt whodoesnt wF 10 10doesnt
doesnt care much what io o does in the theair theair U me meair
air and whose combined falls total more morethan morethan mom B Cthan
than 15000 feet or almost three miles milesshot mflelshot 5 5shot
shot across a saffron sky sk for two circuits circuitsof circilli circilliof
of the course in his Hamlltonian as he hecalls hecalls 1 1calls
calls his racing biplane of the Curtiss Curtisstype Curtlastpe Curtli is istype s
type It was Hamiltons first appearance appearanceon eon eon e
on the course but as his aeroplane is isequipped isequlppod isequipped 8
equipped with an engine of about 110 110horsepower 110horsepower I 10 10horsepower 0
horsepower thq tlu most powerful aeroplane aeroplaneengine aeroplaneonglne me meengine e
engine in existence he did not dare d re Ulet Uleter let leter 1 et eter 1
er out on tho short hort course courseMnkeH courtle courtleIal courseMakes
Makes Ial e Rapid Ascent AscentIt A AscentIt ceut ceutIt
It was left to J Armstrong Drexel Dre ol to toshow roshow I toshow 0
show the crowd high flying ylng such as never neverbefore neverbefore nev ir irbefore r
before had been seen in America and andwhich andwhloh at id idwhicli 1
which has been excelled only anI twice twicethroughout twicethroughout twji Se Sethroughout 6
throughout the world Mr Drexel did his hisstunt hisstunt h Is Isstunt s
stunt not many man minutes after the 4 4oclock 4oclock 4oclock
oclock bomb signaled that tho time now nowwas now nowwas no w wwas v
was open for the first of the grand alti altitude altitude ab i itude ¬
tude events And In establishing an offi official official oil ii iicia ¬
cial cia American altitude record of 7101 7 7JO l feet feetor f t tor
or more than a mile and a third In the theair theair U E Eair a
air Drexel Drll el broke a record for breaking breakingrecords breaktn breaktnrecord mg mgrecord s
records record He made the climb in thirtytwo thirtytwominutes thirtytwomlnutcs a ominutes
minutes minutesIn minutesIn
In a wide circle he mounted But as he hegot besot egot e I
got up around the 7000foot level he found foundthat foundthat font md mdthat 3
that as he himself put it for descoQdlng descoQdlngh g gh t
h was high It WItS the frozen hades hadesof hadesct had entm entmcC L
of Dante and others familiar with withhades wi 1th 1thhadel th thliades
hades farthest north not the region r of ofhot ofhot ofhot
hot air we are accustomed to imagine imagineAnd ImagineAnd ImagineAnd
And so when he was numb with cold coldMr coldtr cii 1 1Mr
Mr tr Drexel started earthward He Htdfd HtdfdC did didContinued d Id IdCojitinued
Continued C tlnued on Page 0 Column 3 a
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HEARS H HEARSLIBEL RS LIBEL CASE CASESupreme CASESupreJIie
Supreme Court Sits on Famous FamousI FamousPanama FamousPanama
I Panama Canal Suit SuitIn SuitIn SuitIn
In In defending defending the Press Publishing Com Company Company Cornparty ¬
pany from government prosecution for forlibel forIIbol forlibel
libel on account of the publication of ofjho otShQ ofhe
jho he Panama Canal charges In the last lastPresidential lastPr lastPrmidential
Presidential Pr ldanUal campaign Delancey Nicoll Nlcollof Nicollot Nicollof
of New York before the Supreme Court Courtyesterday
yesterday 3 t terdny paid his respects to New Na Nationalism NatlonaJism Nationalism ¬
tionalism In objecting to the prosecution prosecutionaer
etc being unwarranted Mr Nicoll said saidAs saidM saidAs
As a matter of fact the prosecution prosecutionIs
Is premature It Is born before Its time timeIt timeIt timeIt
It belongs to that new dispensation dispensationwhen dIspensationhen dispensationwhen
when hen the Fedoznl Fe otl government shall have havetaken havelken
taken the to o Itself all power and all author author1t1 I Ilt
lt 1t1 when the States shall have been re redueecl reducod 1
duced tom tomtre re geographical dltlslons of oftli ofUte ofthe
tli Ute national domain when the Federal Federaltribunals FederaltrIbunals Federaltribunals
tribunals shall no longer decide cases in inaccordance Inaaeordancc
accordance with precedent and authority authorityand authorItyand authorityand
and the law of the land but In accord accordajtee ac accordaziee ord ordztee
ajtee ztee with the need and spirit of the thetimes theU1Ml thetIii00
times ai they the may be interpreted by bywane bygroat byMfle
wane Mfle groat steward of o the public wel welfare welfaro welrare ¬
fare fareThe
farobe
The case came before the court on a awrit awrit avrIt
writ of error to the United States Circuit CircuitCourt ClfOUltCOtJrt CircuitCourt
Court of the Southern district distr1 t of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York The Supreme Court will pass upon uponthe uponthe
the action of Judge Bough who on Jan Janwary Janu Janhazy
wary u 26 Go quashed the indictment against againstthe ngalnstthe againstthe
the Press Publishing Company for lack lackof lackof
of jurisdiction The rh case for the govern government governDent governmint ¬
Dent was argued by James C MeRcy McReynotds MeReyROIds MeRcyMRS j
notds notdsMRS ROIdsMRS
MRS PRICES DEATH DEATHRECALLS DEATHRECALLS DEATHRECALLS
RECALLS ROMANCE ROMANCEWidow ROMANCEVidow
Widow of Commodore a Fa Famous Fa1110US
mous Wartime Beauty BeautyHEE BeautyHER
HER ER DAUGHTER IS A DUCHESS BTHJHESSMarriage DUOHESSfnrrhge
Marriage M to Duke Dul e of 31nrlhoronprli 31nrlhoronprliFrowned JlnrlborolJt11Frowned
Frowned Upon by 1 Queen Victoria VictoriaAsed VJetorluA
A Ased d Woman oman Long Broken in inHealth InlIenlthSpcnt
lIenlthSpcnt Health Spent Her Summers at atLulceLuzerne ntLul1eLuzerneLeneH
LulceLuzerne Lul1eLuzerneLeneH Luke Luzern Leaven Big Estate KutnteTroy ElltateTroy
Troy N Y Oct 31 3fThe The death of ofElisabeth otElbAbeth
Elisabeth E Homer Payne Price Prle Wow of ofCommodore otCoaunod
Commodore Coaunod C cicero cieero Price U S S N marks marksthe mar marthe
the t he close of the romance in which figured figuredone ftgvrooORe gvre I
i one o ne of the moot beautiful women of her herdays herI
days d ays her daughter Lily Price later the theDoebess thtDuetMas
I Doebess of Marlborough MacthoroughThe MarD orougb orougbTb
The Tb romance roaaAC attracted attention both bothin both1ft boUn t
in i n America and Europe on account of ofthe o cithe
the soefal prominence of the Duke and andthe and11Ie I
I the wealth aim < beauty utJ of his American Americanbride Amer1eanbride I
bride b ride who incidentally never met favor favorat fayorat
at a t the court of 0 Quean Victoria because becauseof m
I of o f her marriage man1ace with wi h a divorced member memberof memberI
I of o f the Bngllsh nobility nobilityFor
For the tit e same sa me reason the Duchess of ofMwlbomugh otMadbQrtttJSh 01 r
I Mwlbomugh never Juvrw was taffy rooonoiled rooonoiledft4Oi rooonofl raeonofttdI d dm I
ft4Oi har he mother m tlter Mais y Miu s Price regarded regardedtbr resudedi1M I
tbr t he anise tvf her dat dau aangbtor tor aad the Duke Dukeof DUReot
Dulut
of Marlborough by a justice of the peace peaceas peaceu peacias t
as no marriage marriageWcd marrlftgeT
Wcd Weds T d n Commodore CommodoreDescended Commot10reDecended ConimnodoreDescended
Descended from two of the oldest tam families tamUtH fernflies ¬
flies in Troy Try the Paynes and Warrens WarrensMrs WarrensI
I Mrs Price moved ncl in aristocratic society societyHer sod societyHer tY tYHer
Her marriage with 1111 Commodore Price Pricewhen PrteeI
I when his flagship was w the old Jamestown Jamestowngave Jmstownave
gave ave her entree to naval and diplomatic diplomaticcircles dijilomatlicfrcles
circles C cJea in Washington and New York YorkIn YorkIn
I In the days following toUowt the dvil war wartheir wart wa r
t their oldest oId daughter Lily 111 born m In InIia 1SH 1SHa U1pronounced
Iia a pronounced blond of the Langtry type typewas typewu typethe
was the proudest beauty of the army and andnavy am I
I navy Her marriage to Louis Hammers Hammerslejr HAMIfteroJe
lejr Je l ey an aged New York millionaire was washer wa aa aaher C
her h flrst matrimonial venture He died diedin diedIn die il
in lift and the contest of the will oc occopied occupied cccuimlid
copied the New York courts for a long longtime longtime loot g gtiuii >
time tiuii The widow ultimately inherited the thebvtic thebWk tim 0 0the
bvtic of the millions millionsIn mUUonIn mllhonsin
In June 1888 1 she married the divorced divorcedDuke dlftreooDuke I IDuke
Duke of Marlborough Karlbor > urh who died in 1SK 1SKIt 1SIIt l lIt
It was while an occupant of Blenheim Blenheimcastle Btenholmeaatle Blenheircastle
castle that the duchess spent it is said said0eo saletf I
f 0eo in repairing the theroo roof of the struc structure strueI structure
I ture tur only to be ousted when the duke dukeand dukeI duk 0 0and t
I and dowager duchess s came back with her herRon herIton he r
Ron 0fl and 04 the now duko also later married marriedConsuelo marrieduelo mcitieConsuelo ci
Consuelo uelo Vanderbilt of New N York YorkIn YorkIn York1mm
In till the th former tOMD r duchess married Col ColSir ColSir I ISir
Sir 1 William lliam De La Peer Boresford Beres Cord who whodied whodied wb wbdied
died in HOC 10 Her son > is William llIIam Warren WarrenBeresford WarrenBeretford Warreihorn
Beresford born February Februar 4 1897 l who wholives whoUvea whi 0 0lives
lives in England with 1th relatives of his hisfather hislatheto hi 5 5father
father Lady Beresford died at her home homeDeepdtn hOineuDer I IDeepdenI
uDer Deepdtn > pdfJW Dorsling England January Januar ir
11 lJOS jg
lJOSUnrrles
Marries A If RenHhatv RenHhatvMrs Rel1tbnwMr
Mrs Mr Prices second daughter Cora died diedat diadat die xi xiat L
at childhood Lucy married Alfred H HRon I r rof
Rensnaw Ron ha of this city and died several severalyears seeralyear severs 1 1years I
years ago so leaving four children childrenMrs childrenMrs childrenMrs
Mrs Price P e spent her summers at Lake LakeLIIzerne Lak C i
Luzerne her health having bean impaired impairedfor Impairedfor impairotot II CII t
for some time Sh She suffered from an in incurable Incurable incurable ¬
curable heart h art < trouble Her death oc occurred occarred occiared ¬
curred in the nne One old Payne mansion on onthe onthe o n nthe
the southwest corner of State and First Firststreets Firstlitreet Firs it itstreets
streets built nearly a century ago agoAt agoAt
At the end she was constantly attended attendedby attendedby attend attendby 1
by her grandson Howard Renshaw and andher andhr an anher
her nephew John Payne jr and by b a aretbm8 aretinue 1
retinue of faithful old family servants servantsHer servantsHer
Her passing PAs lnc marks the departure of otanother c t taflOthSt
another link of the Troy Tro that is past her hermaternal hermaternal lie r rmaternal
maternal grandfather Bsals Warren arren arrenhaving 1 1having
having been one of the original land pro propr preprietors
prtotors pr tonl of o what is now the city of Troy Tro TroIt Trounderstood
It Is understood that she loaves a large largeestate lareestate Iarg Iargestate
estate estateTAFT
TAFT RECEIVES JUSTICES JUSTICESB YUSTICESMembers
Members Ie berJ of Supreme Court Arc Cnll Cnllera Oallers Cal I Icrc
era at AVhitc bite House HousePresident HousePresdent HousePrdent
President Taft received the justices of otthe f fthe
the Supreme Court yesterday yesterd who fol following fo 1 1lowing
lowing a custom that has long prevailed preaUedcaned I Icalled >
called at the commencement of the term t term rm rmto i Ito
to pay their respects respectsFermer respectsFormer
Former Secretary of Commerce and andLabor as d dLabor 1
Labor Oscar Straus United States Am Ambassador Ambessador Aix 1 1bassador ¬
bassador to Constantinople who came camehome camehome cam me mehome 3
home to vote also visited the President PresidentMr t tMr
Mr Straus said he intended to vote the thewhole U me mewhole
whole Republican ticket tIcket in New New ew York YorkAnother YorkAnother
Another distinguished dlstin lshoo visitor lsltor at the theExeeuUc U me meExecutive s
Executive Mansion was Francis B BLoomis 3 3Loomis
Loomis of Ohio former Assistant Secre Secretary Seentry
tary of State StateAfter StateAfter
After spending two days and nights at atthe atthe it itv t
the White House Mayor anti nn Mrs Gay Gaynor Ga Ganor Ganor v
nor of New York loft Washington yes yestor ye es esterday s storday I
tor terday day morning at 16 1 oclock oclockAfter
After a conference with Capt John G GCapers I J JCapers 1
Capers Republican national committee committeeman e eman
man from South Carolina President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresldeiTaft I
Taft advised that th1 t the proposed conven convention
tion in that State for the purpose of or orga 0 0ganiniug r J
ganizing ga lslng a now movement for Republi Republieanism RIPublleanlsm I ICfliSin
eanism to be held teld October 26 e bo aban abandoned abalcloned
doned donedSt
Senator St > Jlntor Elklns Defter DefterElkins DetterElkin BelierElkina
Elkins W Va Oct 24 4Scnntor Senator Elkins Elkinscondition Elkinscondition s sconditIon
condition te improving He was much muchbetter muchbetter muc ti tibettor
better tonight The attending physician physicianDr PhyslclanDr U UDr
Dr Bolden stated that the Senator will willundoubtedly willundoubtedly wi Ill Illundoubtedly >
undoubtedly recover
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ROO R OOSEVELT VElT VISITS VISITSABN 1 1T5
ABN 8 N 13 ON ED f FARMS FARMSikewise M MLikewise
Likewise L Keeps Up Attacks Attackson ttacks ttackson
on Candidate Dix DixTALKS DixTALKS DixALKS
TALKS T ALKS FIRST FIRS AlP ITH ITHAQA ITHAQAColoner ITHACAololler At AtColonel
Colonel c Meets Schmidt and All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the Little Schmidts SchmidtsAfter Schmidtsal
After A fter al Fresco Luncheon When WhenFormnlKIex lThcnFormalitleg hen henFormnlltieK
FormnlKIex Are Dispensed With WithSeveral WithSeveral lth lthSevernl
Several Political Speeches Are AreMade AreMadeCornell ro roIadeCornell
Made IadeCornell Cornell Student Cheer for forRooaevelt forRooaeTcH forRoosevelt
Roosevelt and Stlmsoii as the thaStart tboStart theStart
Start for the Country Is Made MadeI
I think well win this year yenrnnd yenrnndIt and andif andIf
if not well go ahead and win vrlnnext winnext In Innext
next time Weve got the Repub Republican Repu11Jlenn Republican ¬
lican party on the highest plane planeIt planeit planeIt
It has ever been In New ew York YorkState YorkStateRooseTelt YorkStateRoosevelt
State StateRooseTelt Roosevelt at Dinsrhumton DinsrhumtonBlnghamton DinthamtonBinghamton DinbumtonBinghamton
Binghamton Y E Oct o W IIt ii It w3fe a atossup atoStiUP assup
tossup to ssup between politics and farming with withMr with withMr withr
Mr M r Roosevelt today There was such a amixture aixture
i mixture m ixture of o wall paper p Qr and vegetable that thatone thatne
one o ne was lad to Wond wonder whether the solo colonel JoI ¬
nel n o mttant to start hie hI trip with mora ve vehemence vehemence yeeinenco ¬
I hemence h einenco than he actually did didMr didr didMr
Mr r Roosevelt ROOCI velt started out this morning morningto morningtalk
to toc talk politic at Ithaca before a aomposed r fWd fWdeompo ivd ivdcomposed
composed eompo c ed for the moat part of enthifti enthiftiaatic er t I 1J1 1J1ut10 ii iiad
aatic c ad cheering Cornell students atu als H HI HItonight i4ed i4edtonight dod dodnight
cto
tonight to night with a speech before a a big i li lienee 11enee Unce
enee o nce in the Stone Theater bore ber In the themeantime themMntfme lbseantime
meantime m he visited abandoned fmuat fmu frasst5 ra raate >
at ate a t5 luncheon at Irish Hilt handed ut utagricultural utagricultural utgricultural
agricultural a advice to natives and whirled whirledHckityspllt wLlrtedlIcldtyspUt w1irledekftysplit
ali
Hckityspllt li In his automobile la Ii all of ofhis othis ofis
his h lih lim is partisan speeches Mr Roooovelt dwelt dweltmostly dWeltmOjt1 dweltostly
mostly mOjt1 m ostly upon his attack on Candidate DiX OixHe DiXHe Dtxe
He H e brought out his now poInt that tnix Mr MrDlx birix
nix D ix was director of o the Standard Wall JfallPaper WallPaper Wa1l Wa1laper
Paper P aper Company while it was a aof aot af
of o f the trust and quoted a a clociI dectato of oftha ottha ofe
tha th e Supreme Court to prove that ibis thiatrtut tWJtrut ibisrust
rust t was a most iniquitous InlqUt UlI one oneSpeaks OReSlIcaloC oneSpeaks
Speaks at Ithaca IthacaNow Itl1aenNow IthacaNow
Now as to this farm business busIft This Thismorning TlaIBmorning Thisorning
morning m orning the Roosevelt special polled into intoIthaca hUethaca to toIthaca
Ithaca I at 7 oclock just aa too shop sfcopkeepers shopeepers 00 00keepers
keepers k eepers were ere sprinkling water on the tbefloor thetloor theloor
floor f and sweeping out RepresentatIve RepreooBtativeDwight ROJll RepresentatIveDwight fieM i8 i8Dwight
Dwight met him and took the theRepresentative CIIIIiIMl CIIIIiIMlRopr someopresntattve
Representative Ropr R ftntatfve W W Cocks of lProto N NProf Nsou Nsourof
Proto P rof H L Bailey of Cornell C rnell and George GoocgeE G e eE
E Munroe Federal expert in agtfeoliMre agtfeoliMreout e eout
out o ut to his house for breeMaat 1 eAkfAat Shortly Shortlybefore SI on1y on1ybefore Shozyefore
before b efore 9 oclock they t ey all came dew down to tothe tohe 13 13the
the t he Ithaca Hotel whore Yo1a le a band 1M had JIMcalling been beencalling beenalling
tc
calling c the CorneUians and town folks folkswith fek3v1th felknwith
with martial music musicCoL muskCoL musicCoL
CoL Roosevelt awakened ate I aodtatro aodtatroeven a aIJVOft aud1peove
even e ve so o early in the day by Ms attack attackon atiaekon attackn
on o n Dix He spoke from nn time hoIst toal toalcony aJcon beony
cony con c ony and hang on to a wire e that was wasmighty wasInl wasmighty
mighty Inl hty live inside A number n Or f the thecrowd herowd therowd
rowd c called to t him to be careful l but he hedid heid e edid
did d id not mind mindAs JfttDdAfl
mindas
As soon as the students atud II had etoored etooredhim elINftdhim dsedhim
him some more aid added another aaotItOCtor aaotItOCtorStimson for torStlmson forStimson
Stimson the party PUt climbed aboard the theautoa th6nutOlil theutos
autoa a utos and started start oft with a1 a a baag baa The Thestudents Thestudtmts Thetudents
students s wont up the hill to the regular regularlecturer reu1arecturer r rl
lecturer l The Th motor cars swung to the thenorth hllnorth thenorth
north past pa t Thumblee Corners into the theConnecticut thflCoBlleeUeut theConnecticut
Connecticut biBs The odd COId brad IInetIIc air airof ir irof 1 1of
of the elevation put the colonel m 1ft most mostexcellent mostexcellent mostexcellent
excellent spirits tplrt and he was the he I ills of ofthe oft ofparty
the t party rtf all day tong tongStops loneStolls longSlots <
Stops nt Farm house HonaeThere 1I0naeThere houseThere
There was a brief stop at a ridret1farm ricketyarm rickety ricketyfarm
farm f arm house where hore Mr r Roosevelt Snopect SDIIpeeted Snerted
ed some potatoes that were betas beIIIc frown frownin IftrnIn pwnn
in i n the cellar He shook hands with the thenatives thenathes thenatives
natives and nd went away Farther along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the string of o machines halted long enough enoughfor oachfor enoughlot
for Mr Munroe o discus the work he hehas hehaa liehas
has been n doing d ln up h here re under the dee dtfection dWecUon deethin
thin of Secretary Wilson He spoke spo of ofthe ofi ofthe
i the depreciation of land values and said saidthat aJd aJdthat saidthat
that for HCQO 1000 you could buy 170 acres acresright eftsrlsht acresight
right m there if you had the money handy handyMr baDd handyMr
I
Mr Mwnroe has taken up a a mighty prac practical practical preied ¬
tical t ied work in this region and his expert expcn1menttng expertmonting
mentlng in seeds has done do a lot for f the thefarmers thefarmers thefarmers
farmers who are trying tryha to build up what whathas
i has been torn down Mr Schmidt Is toDutch IsDutch isDutch
Dutch and Mrs Schmidt is Norwegian N NsrwngIanThe n nThe
The Schmidts had an exhibition cOnsist eWlstIns cOnsistng
Ins i ng of o a a cabbage a pumpkin a potato potatoand potatoand to toand
and a cucumber neatly arranged on a achair achair achair
chair in front of their bowie So the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel stopped there thereHe He explained e IabMd > that tnathe tlathe thathe
he too was Dutch same as Mr Schmidt SchmidtHe SehmJcltHe SchmidtHe
He joked with Itlt the Schmidts and pnJWdthem praisedthem praised praisedthem
them for raising five little Schmidts This Thiswas ThtIwas Thiswas
was at Piney Pine Hollow HollowThe HoUowThe HollowThe
The pumpkins were nne flits but tbe flre re reboys e ebo5
boys by b George they were wex ere better re remarked Jemarked ramarked
marked the colonel later on 01 I think thinkMrs thIakMrs thinkMrs
Mrs Schmidt was as the best thing en the thefarm thetarm thefarm
farm And so it went wentIt wentIt ent entIt
It did not take long for the tb motors to towhirl towlllrl towhirl
whirl the colonel over to New Field Fieldwhich l1e1dwhich Fieldwhich
which has nothing on a few towns in the theWest tbeWest theWest
West and the South that be has visited vlrttodA d dA
A band of derbyhatted eitisens N blew it itself ttsel Itself ¬
self enthusiastically They TIJY played t7 menA menAhymns sporedhymns end endhymns
hymns In slow tempo which added 04 to tothe tothe tothe
the zest of the occasion occasionAl occulonAl occasionFresco
Al Fresco Fre co Luncheon LuncheonRepresentative LuncheonRepresentaU LuncheonRepresentative
Representative Dwight Dwl > ht did feloscflf feloscflfproud ilMtltproud hmoelfproud
proud on the al a fresco luncheon lunelleeulM lunelleeulMsernd he heserved heserved
served on Irish Hill today Mr Rf Rpspe Rpspevelt C Cvclt oe oevelt
velt and the party spent an hoW or keating so soeating
eating and feeding fe dln around The colonel colonelliked eoIonelliked eetenolliked
liked that more than a little Hcueehe Hcueehedid became ho hedid
did i 10t ot have to go through any fomMli fomMlities fennolities
ties and if he wanted a pickle all he had 1Iadto hidto
to do do was as to yell en to somo one nearby nea y and andhe aDdhe andhe
he got it The passerby would never norerhave neverhao neyerhave
have known that an oxPresident was wasIn wuIn wasin
In that luncheon never neverThe neverThe
The ride into BinghAmton was swift swiftCol awtftCol swiftCol
Col Roosevelt Roo eelt bad dinner on the trainHo train trainHe trainBe
He was escorted to Stone Opera House Housetonight Haiasetonight Housetonight
tonight by a band and torchlights On Onthe Onthe
the stage were Senator H D Hlnnwn HlnnwnRepresentative Hn HnRepresentativc RinsunRepresentative
Representative Cocks Senator nator Davenport DavOlI Davesportand port portand
and Representative Dwight Di ht The TIt au audience audlenco nudienco ¬
dience received the colonel heartily heartilyTho hMrtUTho heartilyThe
Tho special left here at about midnight midnightTomorrow midnightTomorrow midnightTomorrow
Tomorrow Col Roosevelt will mako soy leveral soyera ev
eral era roar platform speeches and will wInd wiwdup Widup wIndup
up the day dB with a night speech In Syra Syracuse Syrecuse
cuse There he will be the guest of ofFrancis ofFrancis ofFrancis
Francis Hendrlcks HendrlcksExiiiliititm HendrlckExlJlhltlnu HendricksExhibition
Exiiiliititm nt the Sloan Galleries GalleriesA GnJlerleA
A large and fashionable crowd ero attended atteadedthe attendedthe attendedthe
the exhibition of the Snow Sale at t the theSloan thoIoa theSloan
Sloan Ioa n Galleries 14C7 141 G st st yesterday The Tbeexhibition Tb6exhIbition Theexhibition
exhibition continues today to 4a being fol followed followed telhewed
lowed by b the sale at public auction of the thoentire theGntire theentire
entire collection Wednesday Thursday Thursdayand Thursdaynnd Thursdayand
and Friday with sessions at 11 a a m and andp
8 p m m each day Catalogues at the theleries gal galleries galleries ¬
leries

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