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Lieiik 1icI t Brown BrovnYins Wins Chamber of ofCommerce otCommerce
Commerce Gui OupllnuterM I IJlullterll
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the Exhibition Ex11IbUlonRlder Rider Curbed In InTrmlitloiml fnTrluUtlolUl
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We hope to make this thl h1 borne homeHQOTf bornehow borneibow
HQOTf how no international event be before before before ¬
fore mnny mun yearn venr enr hare passed passedBOlfl IUUillcdulld pnicduilfl
BOlfl P V De > Craw president of ofthe ofthe orthe
the Washington nahJnton Homo Iorae Show All Aflnociatton Alleoclntfon Annoctutlon
nociatton hunt night nightThe nlfhtti1hCl
ti1hCl The President realdeut has expressed expressedhis expreuedJlla expren3ediI
his iI approval opvro ol and has hu remarked remarkedthat remarkedthat reinarzedthnt
that it would be well to hare a alarge nInre alorge
large indoor winter nhow aho on the themetropolitan themetropoUtnn themetropolitan
metropolitan plan no n a national natloDalecmt nationalevent
event in the Capital CapitalThe CnIJltnlI CnIJltnlThe
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The all too brief briefglory glory of Wash Washlngfns V ash ashinginns i iingtons
ingtons horse shov came to an end endlast endlast I
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last night and it was vas tucked away nwayin awayin awayi1 p
in i1 motftteHs mot1 H for fortbe the winter winterIt winterIt
It will w U however play many and andmany andlean andIfl1flv
many lean a return engagement engag ment here hereKing hereKing
King Horse is here to stay so society 50clNy ¬
ciety ity so wills And the public de decrees decrees ¬
crees it itThe it itThe itThe
The brilliant first day merely merelY set setthe setthe set L
the pace pa for the second day c1a In all allits allits al alI I LI
I its picturesqueness and aristocratic aristocratictrappings aristocratictrappings S
trappings Jie tie sport reached the thehigh thehi th
high hi h spots an hour or so before the theepilogue theepilogue th
epilogue came and Hfinis tfij finis was writ written ¬
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The best besrthings bethings things were Vere reservedf reser reserved ieserrecf4 ed edf I
f f4 r the last They Thc were worth wait waiting waitipg ¬
p ing for and the gay ga colorful fash fashionable fashi ¬
i ionable throng throng which filled Ameri American Amerittn ¬
can League L gue Park waited waitediionsnv waitedlIQRSIIV waited1IORSIfl
iionsnv SET THBRE THBRETh TURREtj TIIIHIEliorsy
Th ItorM horsey s Nt t dominated the t e scene scenetfld
iJSn IIIi < it with guyoty gRJ t applauded favorites favoritesviikliy tavorlt tavorltwtallyftJM1 n nwIMiiy
wtallyftJM1 viikliy and caeared C 881id overy oV8rybluebloodld oV8rybluebloodlda blueblooded bluebloodedst i
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st > il Unit RSkod 3kod Its royal favor Thar Tharwtre Therawtrf I
were malty MM W spectator speotatorRln in the stands standswhloh stan de dehi 1
whloh hi IB considered a phenomenal at atUmlanoa attm1anoo
Umlanoa for what was so largely a new newVentura newWI1tut ne
Ventura VenturaTo WI1tutTo
To OMOOSO ahOOlilo ooo o the chief event of the day dayV day1q da V
V q a M real task There was such a wide widerHflgfc widera e Ve
ra rHflgfc ot excellent events each bidding to tobreak tobtMk S
break Into the headllnts Even exporl exporlej exportebe
e ebe ej ed horsemen rlSetnen gasped sled when they saw sawthe sawUte s b bthe
the wellpoised ofilovrs of the Army traM tranafarrn traMWJIMd transfarpd
WJIMd farrn for the moment Into howling howIIn
dervishes and their flnotemperod std stoedsturned stl1eAIetumec1 S Sturned
turned to mad daring chargers It was wasa Wfl Wflf waa
a scene 5CB08uch such as Cossacks like to stage and andBuffalo andDuKaln am amBuEsis
Buffalo Bill likes to palely palel imitate imitateThere ImitateThere imitateThere
There was a real prise prta at stake for forthese foreM fo r
the these eM splendid officers of Troop C Fit Fifteenth FltteanU1 Fitteenth ¬
teenth Cavalry and they fought for It Itin 1t1ft I t tIii
in x xertJng erng rUng every ounce of skill at their theiroomirmnd theircommlUtd the r roominand
oomirmnd Their chargers paced trotted trottedoajttonad trottedOIItcr8d I Ioaeternd
oajttonad In strange pivotal evolutions evolutionseven evolutionsaY evolutlornoven
aY even n pirouetted vlrouett d like graceful danoera dl aer In Inone Inon Ii Iione
one on moment a stood showed a a rare sense senseat senseat nens S Sor
at repression by b performing v rtormlng some difficult difficultContlnned dlfflcultOonUnued t tContinued
Continued on Pase 3 Column 3 3FALLS 3 3FALLS 3FALLS
FALLS THREE STORIES STORIESBoy STORIESBoy
Boy oy Lying Unconoious at Emer Emergency Emergenoy Emexgenoy ¬
genoy Hospital HospitalWhile HospitalJalle HospitalWhile
While Jalle playing hldeandaoek in n partly partlyconstructed partlycomltnlcted pant y yooneLiicted
constructed building in B street between betweenNinth betwecnNinth n nNinth
Ninth nnd Tenth street strea northwest last lastnigkt lastnlgllt 1a it itnlgkt
nigkt Register Martin fourteen years yearsOld yoarsold year 5 5old i
Old of 1103 1 P street fell from the th third thirdstory thIrdstory thir d dt I
t story to the cellar sustaining a bad frac fracture traeturo fracturn ¬
turn of tho Bkull He was carried to the theBmergenoy theDmersenoy tli e eThmergonoy
Bmergenoy Hospital HospitalYoung HospitalYoung HospitalYoung
Young White slipped on some loose looseplanking looseplanking loon loonpjanklng
planking He clutched vainly valnl at the frail frailrailings frailralllnb fra ii iirailings 1
railings for support and in an Instant Instantwas Instantwas it itwa5 t
was hurl hurl1 through apaoo striking B lldng the thehnnl thehnl Ui Is Ishard i
hard dirt floor of the basement basementWhen basementWhen basementWba
When dlaooverod dls overoo by b his companions companionsthe compftnlonsthe 5 5th
the th boy was carried unconscious un onsclous to 91S 91SB 91S1i a Is Isstreet 5
B street northwest from where aid was wasnummonsd wasnunmonld we LS LSnuznnoned
nummonsd from the Emergency Hospital Ho p1ta1 1
At an early hour this morning he waj wajgiven wr wrstill 5
still till un unoonscious 00 nsel Ol1l The surgeons ho hoglvtln 5 5gtvin
given up hope for his recovery recoveryTOO recover recoverflTOO recoveryTOO
flTOO TOO MUCH MOTHERINLAW MOTHERINLAWDr
Dr Elmer H Sothoron Answers AnswersWlfwn AnliwerVJrJI Anawe B 5VU
Wlfwn VU DIToree Petition PetitionDr PeUtlon1r PeditionDr
Dr Bimer H Sothoron of lei I street streetnortttwast streetnorttWGSt stre t tnorthwest
nortttwast yesterday r ttorday answered the bill billfir bi 1 1
far fir a limited divorce divoro filed by his wife w1f a
Eaa Dqra M Sothoron last June JuneIe
Ha a Ie denies every charge preferred preferredagainst I Iagnt
against him by his wife in her suit 5flj and andreiteratM as lI lIreltoratM
reiteratM that his domestic Infelicity was wu
brougnt about to a great t 6t extant tet by too toomuch toomuch
much motherinlaw motherinlawOrJiuien motherInlawOdlllJeu
1 OrJiuien to Make Ual e Anneal AnnealLondon oIJIcnlLondon tlICUILendon
London Oct ILArthur Arthur Newton Newt n so solloitar 110lkitor s sl1iter
lloitar for Dr H H Crlppen who last lastSaturday lastSaturdt1 la t taturday
Saturday wt WIll convicted of the murder of ofhis oth if ifhi f
his h hi 5 wife had an interview with the pris prisoner prt prtonr prlioner ¬
oner today He announced afterward afterwardthat atarwardthat d
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that an appeal would be taken to the theCoart thaCOrt tt is 8
Court of Criminal Appeals AppealsPopular ApJMaI8Populsr AppeaiaPopular
Popular Excursion Excur lou flaltlmorc t Ohio Oh lo I IR
R K October 3t 3tS140 3UL1o i I IsUO
S140 L1o to Harpers Ferry Charlestown Charle towll1 U i
Summit Sii titdt Point Stcpfetnsen Steb and Win WI VlnI VlnIQsttl fl 1 1qrrster
qrrster Qsttl 0 tsle1 and roturn Special train from fromIrtiv tro in nt I IrJ1p
Irtiv Station S SIIJ to O a Co m JIL returning same san tic e I Ida
day dayCommon da d j IConunoS
Common ConunoS Sill J Ploorlne FIO FIoortn fll50 t O 100 ft j Ii IiJrunx
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WEATHER WEATBERFORECAST WEATBERFORECASTFor JFORECAST JFORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbia1farjland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairfoIl irginiaFairollowed Fair Fairfollowed
followed foIl f owed by increasing cloudi cloudiness1 cloudiness cloudiess ¬
ness n ess today with showers to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night of tomorrow j warmer to today today today ¬
day Jl1pch much cooler tomorrow in increasing incrcasing increasing ¬
creasing southerly winds today todayshifting todayshifting
shifting s to northwesterly at night nightHERALD nightHERALD nightHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPuseJ SUMMARYages
PuseJ PuseJlfIorse P ages agesHerse
1 lfIorse Horse Show a Big Success SuccessWoman SUJQussWQmnn
Woman Run Down by Auto AutoForaker AutoForakar uto utoForaker
Foraker Quits tile Campaign CampaignWrjghts CampalnWdghts campainWdghts
Wdghts Thrill Spectators SpectatorsMlBBing Spoct8l01sillsslng SpectatorsMisSIng
MisSIng Balloonists Safe SafeParker SaCeParkor afo
Parker Hears Colonel Speak Speak2rMathodist Spook2MotJtoolst Speakethodist
2rMathodist 3 ethodist Bishops in Session Session3Conntlence Soslon3ConfJd SessionColfttionco
3Conntlence 3ConfJd Colfttionco nce Men at Work WorkCaptain WorkCaptain VorkCnptatn
Captain Found Delirious DeliriousTheater DeUrJous4Theater DeliriousTheater
4Theater 4 Theater News NewsiIn NewsIn
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iIn b In the th Social World WorldSunday WorldSunday
I Sunday Schools hools Reelect Miller MillerfrKdltorlal Mlner6Edltorlll MiliarEdttoriai
frKdltorlal frKdltorlalj 6EdltorllliVomans Edttoriai EdttoriaiWomans
j 7 iVomans Womans Page PageSPhlllles1 PagePPhJUl6S PagePhlliies
SPhlllles1 Phlliies Manager May tay Quit Quit9JIeclmlcnl Quitrociinicl
9 9JIeclmlcnl rechnteftl Badly Peatan PeatanMany PeatenMany FeetonMany
j Many Fires During the Day DayDally D DDally DayDaily
Dally Court Record RooordllCommolclal RecordCommercial
11 llCommolclal Itl Commercial and Financial Flnanatal1Columbla FIranclalCotumbia
12 1Columbla l Columbia Country Club Meets MeetsStamp MeetaStamp MeetsStamp
Stamp Case Discussed DiscussedAUTO DiscussedAUTO
AUTO RUNS DOWN DOWNIRS DOWNidRS
IRS ALFRED WOOD WOODProminent WOODProminent
Prominent P rom inent Charity Worker WorkerMay V orel orelAla
May Ala Be Fatally FatalJyHurt FatalJyHurtSKULL JHurf JHurfSKULL
SKULL S A2HrKIBS AND RIBS ARE BROKEN BROKENcr BROKENAfter
After 4 ftcr cr Alighting from Cur ttl Aired AiredSociety getl getlSocicto
Society Woman 01111111 Is 1 Struck by I Au Automobile AutomobUe ¬
tomobile Driven by 1 John K Hcyl HcylTaken IIcTJTnleen
Taken to Emergency Emerl nc Hospital In InCar inCar
Car and tIny Iay Never Recover RecoverMrs RccocrIrs
Mrs Irs Alfred Wood ood sixtylive stxt ve year 6r old oldwas oldwas
was w as struck and td probably pr bably fatally injured injuredyesterday Injuredefiefdy
wy
yesterday y setday afternoon by b an automobile automobiledriven automoblloCft I
driven d riveR Cft by John K K Heyl H vl fortyftnjr years yearsOld r
Old 14 a hastiness man of this city and a amoat aJDCNIt
moat m eet careful driver driverMr driver1tIJ
Mr Heyl H l removed Mrs Wood to Emer EmerSney Emerpne
Sney pne Hospital In the automobile withoutdoht without withoutdelay
delay doht d elay She WM unconscious and suffer sufferIns surrerIftC
Ins l ag from a fracture at the the base of the theskull thfuU
skull s kull uU concussion of the brain fractures fracturesof fr1ctureor I
so
of o f ten rib ri internal injuries fractures of ofboth ofboth O
both b oth arms and contusions of the face faceHeyl taceHl faceHeyl
Heyl returned to his apartments in ii the theColumbia tbeColumbhs theolumbia
Columbia C nervous and griefstricken by bythe b1tho hIho
the t ho unfortunate unortun te accident a Ho was as held heldta heldQ heldy
ta Q b y it11APt1I tht th iiPthoz1j Uitelttej I Ibutll1ter but later released un under under unir ¬
der d ir S8W6 H 3 bondV bondVThe bond bondThe
The accident occurred about 510 1O O oclock oclockjust oclockjust ociovkust
just j jc ust after Mrs Mr Wood alighted from a acar acar e ear
car c ar at Fourteenth and Corcoran CorC rnn streets streetsShe streetS
She S he had attended a meeting of Livings Livingston Ltlngaton L1in ¬
th ton t on Manor Of CaNer D A A R at the thehome tbebome th
home h ome of Mrs Dr G M Brumbaugh W WMassachusetts l lMachusQtts
Massachusetts avenue northwest northw t She Shetras Shewas Stuws
was accompanied by Mrs James C CWheeler C CWheeler
Wheeler of fttt Fourteenth street north northwest northwnt northWest ¬
west who is Ssa a member of the chapter chapterMrs chaPterIrs
Mrs Irs Wood and Mrs Wheeler rode to together together toather ¬
gether g ather on a northbound Fourteenth street streetear streetcar streetar
ear c ar Mrs Wood bidding her friend good goodby ood oodby
by b y Just before the car stopped at Cor Corcoran Corcoran CorI
coran c oran street Mrs Wood alighted and andstarted andstartoo sac sactarted I
started s across Fourteenth street a ate ateteet few fewfeet fe feeet
feet f eet behind three women pedestrians pedestriansHej1 p de8triansHel
Hej1 was driving south on the west side sideof sIdeot std
of O f the street He was alone in the Jour JourIng tourJng sourng
Ing I ng car and was traveling at a a moderate moderatespeed moderatesveed
speed s
Steered Into Woman WomanTurning omnn omnnTurnIng
Turning sharply toward the car cartracks cartracks cat r
tracks t to avoid running down tho three threewomen thriewomen thr C
women Heyl struck Mrs Wood She Shewas Shewas Sh S
was knocked down and a it is believed believedthe beUevedthe
the wheels passed over her body Hey Heylstopped HoylstoVped Heystopped I
stopped the machine lifted Mrs Wood Woodinto WoodInto I
into i nto it It and started to the hospital hospitaltelephone A Atelephone Atelephone L
telephone call was sent to the hospital hospitalfrom ho hospitafrom pltal pltalfrom
from a drug store at Fourteenth and andCorcoran andCorcoran am amCoreoran
Corcoran streets and the ambulance in incharge Incharge ii iicharge
charge of Dr Philip Newton started to tothe toUte V VthO
the scene The physician did not know knowthe knowthe knotthe
the automobile was en route to the hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital pitalThe pitalTbe pitalThe
The two vehicles met at Fourteenth Fourteenthand FourteenthMd Fourteentiand
and I streets where the physician phy > iclan en entered entereel entered ¬
tered the automobile and started back backto backto haCI haCIto
to tho hospital Word was sent nt to the thehusband thehusband th thhusband
husband of the injured woman He and andhis andhis an anhis
his daughter Miss Mia I Olea Wood wore at attheir attheir a atheir
their home 1712 Corcoran street when whenthey wbontkey whethey
they received the message messageMr mos massageAIr age age1Ir
Mr Wood ood and his Daughter daughter went at atonce atonoe a aonce
once to the hospital and and took places plac be beside be beside heski ¬
side ski the cot of the patient Mrs lrs Wood Woodshowed Yoodshowed Voo
showed no signs of recovering from the thecoma thecOIna th thcoma e
coma and was unconscious at an early enrlyhour earl y
hour News of the accident spread spreadUroughout sprea ii yii
spreaf
throughout tho city elt and a number of ofpersons ofpersons e epersons f
persons called calledMrs caUedMrs calledMrs
Mrs Wood is well known among mem members membors memhors ¬
hors of the W C T U having h held ld sev several several ¬
eral oflicea in the organization She is ispresident Ispresident I 8
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president of the Wheel one of the chari charitable L
table societies s cleUes of the Florence Crittonton Crlttentonwork a
work and has a host of friends In the thecity th thcity a
city Mr Ir Wood has been be on in the th employ employof employot I Iof
of the Washington ashlngton Loan and Trust CK Jm Jmpan Oemiany > m mpany
pany pan for years having at one time been beencashjer beenaaslijer bee beeeaser
cashjer easer and also having held other re reponslble responetbie
sponsible positions positionsHerJ positionsHexl
HerJ is a member of the C J McCub McCubbin fcCub McutbIn fcCubbin I
bin Company Com pan and is prominent socially soclnl soclnlas I Ias
as well as commerclaly He says the ac accidont a acldont ac accidont
cidont was unavoidable unavoidableHAVOC unavoldableHAVOC unavoidableHAVOC
HAVOC IN ITALY ITALYVisits
I IKing
King Visits Iscliia Where Dead DeadNumber Dea d dNumber
Number 200 200Romo 200ionIc
Rome Oct 2i 2iKlng King Victor Emmanuel Emmanuelhas Emmanuelhaa ii iihas I
has gone to the devastated area on the theisland theIsland Ui 0 0Island 3
island of Ischia to render airthe aid pos possible possfbl po pofbls ¬
sible sfbl fbls Admiral Leonard the minister minis tor of ofmarine otmorlne c cmarine
marine who arrived at Ischia Iac Ia yesterday yesterdayfor yesterdaytor yestird yestirdfot
for tho purpose of organizing relief fell fellinto fellInto to 11 11Into 1
into tho sea of mud and was nearly nearlydrowned nearlydtOwn00 nearl I Idrowned
drowned drownedThe drownedThe
The escavatlon in the ruins of Hercu Herculaneum HoreulaJ1eum t tlanaum f
laneum under tho town of Resins have hooteen hat a aboon a
been flooded It is not known as yet yetl1etbor yt t twhether
whether l1etbor they were damaged by the Hoods HoodsWhen hood hoodWhen < 1 1WJaenthe
When WJaenthe the King reached Iscliia today todtt todttho y f
ho distributed relief to the sufferers His H Is Ispresence 3
presence gave heart to the inhabitants inhabitantsIt a
It is ascertained thai 3CO CO people perished perishedat rf8hed rf8hedat t1 t1at I
at Ischia The total number of Killed Is Isnow I Inow I a aflOW
now pine plncC1 ad it ItOO 300 OO Tbo Tb money damage Is Isestimated j I
estimated at KdMK 16 16T OOOOO OOOOOSnow i
Snow Suo T Sale Today rodu roduTh f
The Th Snow Sale continues at the Sloan Sloe n i
Galleries UK 14 G st st today at U and nd 3 3 I IRooms
Rooms comfortable comtort1 le and antiscath scats Qftts provided provhledAlabama rovtad j
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Alabama Flooring Flooring G Gool ° od Q t223 223 100 ft r t j I IFr
Fr Frank nk Llbhf LIbhy 0 c Glb tiN Y av arc j I
fO F ORAKER KR IN ANGER ANGERij
ij IT AMrAI N NDeclines
Declines D eclines to Let Committee CommitteeCensor Cornn1itteeCeilfiof
Censor Speeches SpeechesGlSIO SpeechesOHIO
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OHIO O IHO SITUATION BlIJUA rrrON TENSE1 TENSE1former TENSE TENSEJfOlnlf
former JfOlnlf Ii OFIIICF Senator Vants to Reply Heplyto
to James J tunes R Ii ii Garfield GarfieldFoe Gai fieI fieIoe
Foe F oe of f Roosevelt DU Declines t to Com Comment ComI Cornmeat ¬
meat on Action of State Chairman ChairmanOrdered ChnirnmnOrderetl
I Ordered to Go Easy tST on the Col Colonel Culonel Cc Ccone ¬
onel one or Retire and lie Chooses the theLatter thoLntterRefer theLntterRcfer
Latter LntterRefer Rcfera All 11 Inquirer to tothe tothe tothe
the State Committee CommitteeColumbus CommitteeI
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Columbus Ohio Oct 26 26As As a a result resultof resulti resultmany
i of ofsp many protests brought about abolt by his hisspeech hisspeech hiseech
speech sp eech at Marysvllle a sllle Saturday m which whichhe whl whiobe th thhe <
he h e attacked Col Roosevelt and aroused arousedcampaign arcus arousedmpaign d dcampaign
hca
campaign ca cafo mpaign excitement to a high pitch pitchformer 1 pitchrmer ltoh ltohformer
former fo rmer Senator Joseph B Foraker has hasgiven hasgiven hasven
given gi gito ven up his four scheduled speeches at atSandusky atsanduslcy
giS
Sandusky S Athens Lebanon banon and Day Dayton Dayton Dayn DayAlthough ¬
ton to n
Although no authoritative information informationwas Inormnt1onwas informationas
was w as to be had at Republican Repu lIclln State head headCttarters headQt8rters
Cttarters q wq iarters tonight it is known that tho thoState thoStte thetate
State S tate committee informed the former formerSenator fonnerSenator formerenator
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Senator S enator of the protests made Foraker is issaid isMid Isid
said sa id to have quit the campaign in a huff huffTonight hurtTonight huffTonight
Tonight he would not discuss his ac action aotIon noon ¬
tion li on Ho declared to newspaper men that thatthe thatthe
lith
the th tha e State committee should be asked for foran toran forn
an a n explanation but no explanation was wasforthcoming wastorthcomlng wasrthcoming
forthcoming fo from that source All State StateChairman StateChalrmnft Statehairman
Chairman C Laylin would say was was that thatthe thatOle thate
the th e State committee had canceled none of ofForakers otForakers oforakors
Forakers F engagements engagementsSandusky engugemenUiSftn engagementsSandusky
Sandusky Sftn usky Republicans today received receiveda receivedtelegram
a telegram from Foraker saying s Ing he hewouldnt howouldnt heouldnt
wouldnt w ouldnt speak there tomorrow night nightTelephone nightTelephone nightelephone
Telephone T conversations held later l ter failed failedto taUedto failedo
to t o shake him in his determination determinationChairman determinationChairman
Chairman Laylin demanded the right at ofcensoring atcensoring
censoring c Forakers speeches for the thereason thoreason
reason r that Foraker announced yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day d ay that ho would answer the attack attackupon Attackupon
u upon pon him by b James R Garfield who at attacked attacked ¬
tacked t him for denouncing Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand
and a nd New Nationalism in 1 his Maryville Maryvillespeech Mar1Uespeech Maryvillepeech
speech speechForaker speechForaker s
Foraker told the Sandusky committee committeethat committeethat
that t hat he lufd been ordered To go easy easyon ea51on easyn
on o n Roosevelt or retire from tho cam campaign CftmpabI1 camsin ¬
paign p sin and that he chose to retire retireGUNBOAT retireGUNBOAT
GUNBOAT BLOWS UP UPSeventy UPSeventy
Seventy S eventy Hemfiers of Haitian Grew GrewReported Grew1teported Cre
Reported Lost LostPort LostPort
Port au Prince Haiti Oct 26 2GTin GTit GTitHaJUan Tin TinHaitian I
2GTinr
Haitian h aitian gunboat La Libert e formerly formerlythe tormerlytbe r
the t he steam team yacht Krl ri King owned wned by byAlbert byAlbert
Albert A lbert E E l Tower of Pcughke PcuShktlCPliht psl9 N Y Yhas Ylias Yas
has h as been lost off ti Port de Patx following followingan
an a ft explosion It Is reported r rted that seventy seventymembers sQentymembora sevent seventmembers P
members of the crew were killed or ordrowned ordrowned oi
drowned d rowned Twenty others wore rescued rescuedAmong r6s < ed edAmon
Among Amon those who perished were ton tunHaitian tonHaitian ha I
Haitian generate oneral8 who were on their way wayto wayto wa wao r
to t o take command of several eral divisions of oftroops oftroop ot otroops
troops t roops in the department of the North NorthThe NorthThe orth orthThe
The Haitian government over tment = purchased the theyacht theyacht tu t
yacht y acht In October of last year She was wasrefitted wasro wa 3
refitted ro r tted at Tebos shipyards in the Erie ErieBasin ErieBaaJn i iBasin i
Basin and was recbristened by b Mme MmeSannon MmeSannoD
Sannon s annon the wife of the Haitian Minister Ministerat lInlaterllt r
at t t Washington She was token to Haiti Haitishortly Hattlshortly I
shortly s afterward and turned over to the thegovernment theI8verJUnent th thoyerament S
government g oyerament The wooden bulwarks of ofthe orthe a t the
the t he Erl King were armored with steel stetHplates steelplatee I Ilates
plates p lates and magazines map nes were Installed in inthe Inthe Ii I Ithe
the lower hold The armament of La LaLiberte LaLlberte L t
Liberte consisted of two sixpounders sixpounderstwo
two t wo threepounders and two automatic automaticColt automaticColt automatiColt i
Colt guns on the bridge bridgeCUPID brIdgeCUPID bridgeCUPID
CUPID GETS BUSY BUSYAT BUSYAT BUSYAT
AT LEE MANSION MANSIONWedding MANSIONVeddil1g 1AI1SIO I IWedding
Wedding Bells Ring for the theFirst thepirst tli
First Time in Years YearsOver YearsOer I
Over In the ancient colonial mansion mansionwhich mansionwhich niansIo a
which crowns II the hills hl1J at Arlington there thereIs thereIs ther e eI
Is I a shady d parlor which has not heard heardthe heardthe hear ti tithe I
the tinkle f wedding waddln bells since Robert RobertE I Iie t
E Lee took unto himself a wife many manyyears manyel111 man y yyears r
years el111 before the civil war warLast warLast warLt
Last night the long silence was broken brokenwhen brokenwhen I Iwhen
when Cupid broke into tho sacred pre precincts precincu i icincte ¬
cincts and the historic historlo chamber was once oncemore oncemore one e emore 5
more brightened with a merry nuptial nuptialscene nuptialsccue LI LIsccu 1
scene sceneThe sccueThe sccu sccuThe
The assistant landscape gardener of the theNational theNational th 0 0National
National Cemetery John L Marcey was wasmarried wasmarried wa S Smarried i
married to Miss 1I5S Hannah E Krammer of ofthis ofthll c t fthis
this city Rev Mr Ir Plerpont of the Ar Arlington Arling Arllngton ¬
lington ling ton M E church performed the cere ceremony ceremony i imony ¬
mony Joseph L L Rhodes acted as best bestman bestmlln ber berman
man and Miss Caroline Mnrcey sister of oftho ottho c ctho
tho bridegroom was brldesmafd brldesmafdThe blldesmaHlThe biIdesmafdThe
The parlor WaS adorned with roses rosesBride roseaBrido rosesBride
Bride roses rososand rosesand and If there are any ghosts ghostsIFiuwiiiis ghostsprowling ghostprowling
prowling IFiuwiiiis uuuuk about the me jiia hls historic uuu oric mansion tuuuaiuil they theysure the thesuroly llley llleysurely
surely sure must have been reminded of a sim simliar simIlar sirrilar
Ilar event some seventy sevent years c rs or more moreago morealo mar 0 0ago 3
ago agoBoth
Both of tho young people aro Juat jUftttwontyone jar it ittwentyone t
twentyone years old and are are going to tospend a aspend j
spend tho future utur years ears at Arlington just justas justas 3w it itas j
as Gen Lee and his bride did didGrandfather didGrn1uUutber didGrandfather
Grandfather Clanse Upheld UpheldGuthrie Upheldiutlrrie
Guthrie Okla 0km Oct 26 26The The Okla Oklahoma Oklahome L LhOme
home Supreme Court today handed handeddown handeddown ci cidown 1
down an opinion written by Associate AssociateJustice AssoclateJuUco aJustice a
Justice Robert L L Williams unquall unqualltiodly I Ificidly
flodly upholding the constitutionality constitutionalityt constitutlonajit 3 3of
of the grnndfather clause amendment amendmentto tlmendnietto mcndmentto
to the Stnto constitution voted oted Au August Atgust
gust 2 and approving also as legal tho thupecuUar ti tipeculiar
peculiar form of ballot used usedXew usedXew usedXes
Xew nod Improved Service S rdcc
Southern Railway Aiken Augusta ugusta Jack Jacksonville Jack8omtIle Jaci c csonville ¬
sonville sonvilleThe 8omtIleIhe sonvilleThe
The Southerns Southf > rns Southeastern Limited Ltinit 1
leaves Washington G20 p m reach rent li
ARten 10 1051 a a m reach Augusta 1135 1135a 1lMft 11 j ja 15
a ft m reach Jacksonville 345 p m n ndaIly
daily beginning November 27 Through ThrougholoetricaJly ThroughIetrie Throat jj i ioletrlcafly
oloetricaJly Ietrie n lighted sleeping cars DIn Di i
ing oars oarsGeoriris c oarsGeorgis rs I
1 1Georgi
Georiris Partition 250 2 O per 100 ft 1 t
Frank Fr61nk1bbe LSbbey Co 6tU N NY Y are I
BEARDED B LADY WEDS WEDSBarnum WEDSBarnum WEDSrnum
Barnum Ba Bala rnum Baileys Attraction Quits QuitsSliqw QuitsShqw QuitsShqw
Shqw Business BusinessSouth BusinessSouth BusinessSouth
South Bend Ind Oct 26 26Th The bearded beardedlady beardeddy
lady la dy of o Barnum Baileys circus be became beme ¬
came ca calif me a bride this morning In private privatelif ptlvateUte privatee
lif Ute e the widely wldel known performer is Miss MissGrace MissGraco Missrace
lifG
lifM Grace G race Gilbert of Kalkaska County CountyMich CountyMich Countyicli
Mich M icli but with her marriage she be became became ¬
came ca cafa me Mrs Giles A Calvin G lvln Galvin is 1 a afarmer 0farmor armer
farmer fa rmer fiftythree years ears old nineteen nineteenyears nineteencnrs nineteenars
years ye yetir cnrs ars older than his wife wifeTlie wifeThe wifeTire
The bearded lady announced her re retirement reUremont reornont ¬
tirement tir tirhe ornont from the circus life following followingher toHowingher followingr
her he hew r marriage She said she was born bornwith bornwith
with w ith a growth of hair on her face and andthat nndthat andat
that th thba at she had exhibited herself as a freak freakfor freakCor freakr
for tho o r sixteen years I am now going goingback g goingck lng lngback
back ba ck to my m husbands farm aha ah gald galdand Jfldand iUd iUdand
and will never appear In a show again againI againI
I I will try to make a good wife wifeMr wifeMr wifeMr
Mr Galvln has no whisliera whlskersonly whlskersonlymustache only a amustache austache
mustache mustacheColonel mustacherARKR m ustache
rARKR P IN INTUROS INTUROSHEtiRSROOSEVELT T m G GRS
HEtiRSROOSEVELT HEtiRSROOSEVELTolonel RS R 5VlT 5VlTColonel
Colonel C olonel Knows FormerKiyal FormerKiyalIs FOrll1er Rival RivalIs
Is in Audience Audiencei AudienceHAMMERS A udicnce udicnceHAMMERS
i
HAMMERS H Atf AVAY AWA A i ATDJX ATDJXDistrict Af DIX D1XDistrict
District D istrict Is Redhot Republican Republicanand Republicanan
and an Applause A Iplans Liberal LiberalEight LiberalEight
Eight E ight Speeches Made In Northern Northernraentff lorthernXe L Lew
Xe ew York neIult In 0 New C1 Argu nIu nIumentllIIII11tU
mentllIIII11tU raentff AamtllM Jaiuen Gordon Ben Bennett Denl1ett ¬
nett nnd 1iillcH Talk Xcvr Xc Nationalism NationalismHerkinier utonnU m mHerkImer
Herkinier nnd Oneida Onelt1 Countiea CountieaWill CuunUeeIn I
Will In Be Invaded Today TodayOgdensburg 1odayO TodayOgdensbar3
Ogdensburg O ensburg N Y Oct 1G 1GMr 5 Mr lr Rowe Rooeevoit Rowevolt Rooe
volt v eit hit the trail north u from Central C fttral Now NowYork Ne NeYork r
York Y ork today and tended at the St St Law Lawrones La Laronc Lawonce
rones ronc r once River tonight t ngitt H Ue kept awlngtn awlngtntho l ltho t te
tho th e political ax at the head of Candidate CandidateDix CandklateDlx
Dix D ix with more vehemence v omence than ever He Hedeveloped aedevoloPed
developed d HtU little that was new In Uts Utsdays 0 I
days d ays speeches but he bad th Ute satisfac satisfaction satisfaoion ¬
tion t ion of facing enthusiastic crowds In a aregion i I Iegion
region r that is redhot Republican The Thepopulace Thepopulace Tb S
populace cheered cheeredThe cheeredThe
The colonel co loa 01 continued to thump Mr MrDlx Ir IrDix
Dix D Dw ix and his alleged an pd connection with the thewall thewaif th S
wall w all paper trust sad stood his ground groundon gmuni gmunin I
on o n everything that he has aoeusad Mr MrDlx Mr Mrix r
oD
Dlx DI D ix of 0 Ho b baad K his hi resohite re resohsteattIqrd1 Olute attitiide attitiidet atttpdtt 0 0Iisst
Iisst t tt the th e Del iqiueeratIc tome 8CI1IttcnomuulEr retic nominoe nomin on In Inaatkm InfltatIon
fttatlon aatkm be received 8fY from tOlD the secretary secretaryof scrwtar I If
of o f state tate yesterday he said So far as asCoL asCoL a S Sot
CoL C ot Roosevelt Is I concerned ho is per perfectly per pereotIy ¬
fectly f eotIy satisfied that Mr Dix was UI mixed mixedup mixe ii
up u p in the trust and that he has been beeninconatetaat beenlne0md8tent beet a anconsistent
inconatetaat i on the tariff proposition propositionTmlKc propositionJudge
Judge JudgePnrlier Parker In Ii Shy ShyThere Sit
There was s oine OHe e incident ietdent this th afternoon afternoonthat aCtemoonthat ii iithat
that gave promise of brightening up the thedays thoda th C Cays
days da d ays routine but it was wa spoiled by the theshyness th C Chyness
shyness s of Judge Alton B Parker Park or The TheJudgo TheJudce Tli C Cudge
Judgo j happened M1P ned to arrive at Ricaland Ricalandwhile RSc laad laadwltUe ci ciwhite
while the colonel was holding forth on onthe onthe a a athe
the rear platform of the train Mr MrParker Mi r rParker r rarker
Parker P arker had been campaigning upState upStatefor upStatetor e eor
for f or Mr Dlx Dlxi DlxAs
As S he stopped off a a regular train the thejudge thejudgo Ui e eudge
judge j udge was greeted by b a small crowd crowdcomposed erowdcomposed crow ii iiomposed
composed c mostly of correspondents They Theytold The Thetold y yold
told t old him that he had the chance of his hislife hisUfe hi 5 5ife
life l ife to hear Mr Roosevelt The Judge Judgethought judgethought judg a athought
thought he would take a chance He Hewalked H Hwalked Hwalked
walked down the platform toward where wherethe wherethe wher e ethe
the Rlchland audience was gathered gatheredSuddenly rratheredSuddenly I ISuddenly
Suddenly Mr Parker guessed gne eed ho would wouldnot wouldnot wool d dot
not n ot go right up to the rear platform He Hethought Hetbought H e ehought
thought t he could hoar ho r all right from fromwhere tromhere fret n nwhere
where here he stood He remarked that all allwaa aUwas a Il Ilwas 1
was well wellYou wellYou wellYou
You my friend who fought in the thogrand thegrand Ui Uigrand
grand army tho colonel was saying as asContinued allConHnned s sContinued
Continued on Page 0 Column 8 8STATES L LSTATES 8STATES
STATES IN QUARREL QUARRELTexas
Texas and New Mexico Are Angry AngryOver AngryOver Angr y yOver
Over 10000000 10000000El
El Paso Oct 26 26Not Not satisfied with withclaiming witholaimlng wit witclaiming
claiming territory west of the 108d par parallel parallel parallot ¬
allel over which Texas now exercises exercisesjurisdiction exercIsesj1rlsdlcUon is isurisdiction
jurisdiction j1rlsdlcUon j New Mexico is preparing to tomake tomake I Iiiake
make make r a demand for SroOOO 19000000 OO from Texas Texasfor Texasfor Texs Texsfor
for the taxes and licenses collected in Inthe I Ithe n
the region since Texas hAS controlled It ItThe itThe
The New Mexicans declare that the theTnltel ti 10 10United
United States Congress fixed the bound boundary boundary I Iary ¬
ary between bet we on the western line of the Texas TexasPanhandle Taxa TaxaPanhandle La LaPanhandle 8
Panhandle and the eastern line of New NewMexico No VMexico v
Mexico at the IMd l 1d parallel and that the theloxns t te teTexas e
Texas legislature confirmed ths thsThe thsThe
The Clark survey for this meridian was waswrong waswrong wt LB LBwrong s
wrong because he took Washington time timeinstead tlmoInstead tin to toinstead o
instead of Greenwich time when he hestarted 10 10started e
started surveying The result is that thatlexas thi tt ttTexas t
Texas controls about 600000 OOO acres of land landwhich landwhich lar I Iwhich
which she once admitted l mltted belonged to New NewMexico Ne cw cwMexico T TMexico
Mexico according to the New Mexicans MexicansTARIFF MexicansTARIFF MexicanTARIFF
TARIFF WAR SEEN SEENOn SEENOn SEENGermanys
On Germanys Reply Will Depend DependAmericas DependAmericas Depexi id idAmeris X
Americas Future Action ActionDerlln ActionBerlin
Berlin Oct 26 2GIt It seem that the potash potashcontroversy potashcontroversy potar i icontroversy
controversy has come to a head It Itstated Is Isstated
stated that the mlnlttry of foreign affairs nffalrshas affai ra rahas
has received a straight demand from the thoVashlngton ti ie ieWashington Q
Washington government goernm nt for a declaration declarationof deelarath n Iiof
of its final attitude attitudejVn attitudeAn attitudeAn
jVn An answer is expected e pec ed on Saturday If IfIt 11It IfIt j
It is unsatisfactory Mr Davis the special specialagent specialagent sped a aagent
agent of the American Department of orCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor will return to toAmerica toAmerica 0
America American
It is assumed here that the United UnitedStates UnitedState Unit rd rdStatee a
States will then apply the extra 26 per percent percent p or orcent r
cent tariff on Gorman Imports ImportsPIEZE ImportsPIRZE importsPIRZ
PIEZE PIRZ FOR NEW WORD WOKDSncrnmento WORD5ncrnmcnto
Sncrnmento Man Gei Gets 10O for Sencl SenclInff Sentll SentllIng Sen Sening jl 1
Ing in Photoplay PhotoplaySacramento PJlotoplnyuSacramento PhotoplaySacramento
Sacramento Cal Oct 2C 26For For coining coininga coin rig riga >
a new word as a synonym for moving movingplcturo movi rig rigpicture g
picture entertainments Edgar Strakoach Strakoschot ii iiof i
of this city has been awarded a 5100 100 cash oashprize ca S 1 1prize
prize by a New York moving picture picturefilm picturefilm pictu re refilm 8
film company The word which drew the theprlzl t he heprize
prize was Photoplay PhotoplayGeorgia PhotoplayGeorgia otoPlay otoPlayGporgla
Georgia Flooring Good Goot 325 S per 100 1 10
Frank LIbbey Co 6th 6th 8 N Y ave
HOT im imTHRILL VIATORSTHRill
THRILL THRILLCRODS L W WVinci
Wind W iiitl Keeps Flyers from from1Starting fromStalting fromStarting
Starting Until Evening EveningHOXSEY EveningHUXS
HOXSEY HUXS II OXSEY Y QOES HIGHEST HIGHESTDisappears HIGHESTD
Disappears D snJpenls Skyward in the Fast FastFulling
Falling Darkness DarknessJohnstone
Johnstone J Is Rival of Dill Team TeamMate Team3Inte
Mate and lioth Iloth Chatter from Cold ColdWhen ColdVhen ColdWhen
When They Descend DcaccDtIDonftrclI Bonfires Lit Litto Litto
to Guide Them Hack to Earth Bnrthubron
Anbran ubron Wins 1n8 the CrosMconntry CrosMconntryFllffht CroSJIJ countr7 countr7FIJahtIJcthnm
Fllffht FIJahtIJcthnm Lctham IM Second SecondNew SecondNew
New York Oct 28 2GA A rickety wind that thatripped UlatrlpPQd thatipped
ripped r across Belmont Park out of the thesouthwest tbeooutltwut theouthwest
southwest s today at forty miles n l an hour hourIn hourtn
In i n the forenoon orcnoon and which was still blow blowing blowIne blowng ¬
ing i ng eighteen miles an hour between 2 and andS andoclock
S oclock in tho afternoon at first caused causedthe caus causede d dthe
the th e officials to announce to the fiyers yers at atnoon ot1I00n atoon
noon n oon that the managoraerit intended to toprohibit toprohibit torohibit
np nt prohibit p rohibit any of the airmen arm from leaving leavingtho 1 leavinghe YinC YinCtho
tho t he ground groundBut GToundBut
But the Wright camp finally was able to togot tset toot
got g ot permission vermlss on to send its machines into intothe Intotho Intohe
gt
the t he wind and at S oclock the Ut good goodEtaed goodmad goodtsed
mad ni crowd was gladdened gladden d by the sight sightof IIJIghtot sightf
of o nio nic f Ralph Johnstone taking tadStJae th the air for an anexhibition anexhlbftion
exhibition c isIblttoa night nightAroh 111htArch tlightArch
Arch Hoxsey followed him The rh two twosailed twosaJled twoailed
sailed s high ana got ot away a7 with itk it tit thos en encouraging eneflUrallliS enouraIng ¬
couraging e the other oth fliers so much that thatby tlIatby
eb
by b y the time the wind wt 4 had dropped to a aflf atleennt atteenmfle
flf hi taenmfle e salt ait toward tord sunset ot there were wereat wweat weret
at a t one time two Btartots an Antoinette a aCurtiw aCurtJ8 aurti
Curtiw C Co urti and four Wright risbt machines cir cirdtnjf clrdID dr driling
dtnjf dID o iling the fleid sid 141 while some place below the theeastern tbeeastern theastern
eastern e horizon two or three more for foreign torelgn forMgn ¬
eign fliers were clipping the wind in the theBefore theort8OOUntr theresscotintry
ort8OOUntr c flight fihhtBetore flightBefore
Before night t fell the grand g stands saw sawflying 8WinC
flying fl ying inC that from lOtn a spectacular viewpoint viewpointsurpassed POInt POIntsurvase
surpassed survase s d any aD flying ever seen 8een in Now NowYor NowYor
Yor Yorc
I Result of the Conte Contest ContestI t tThe
I The days flight was productive IOdueU of these theseesults
results r sot down in official ot clal tabulation tabulationCRM tabuaUcmCIIM
CRM OMOtrywVm CID br Anbnm 1Ibnm Isiael U d dIM 23 23xtfttttMi I
xtfttttMi ttaa 171 Eccoodft fee tin SMnite u U flours nrtUIWLathalaJ ae sensed faotlLatham
Latham LathalaJ Laths tkptd thai 3 mbnttM MTI MTIHourly eOi eOihird I
t hird uwu bessel da eiaist Md u t ae i imaui ill i is I4ICo
I
Hourly dfatanoe dIRa H < 43B > to i 533 20 p Po a a Won W III toy Latk Latkam LatSm I
am a m 17 bp 11116 to 36 edmgns inotce 2LK second seaood seaoodP HIJIJDdIanMlte nenadantke
P IanMlte 1 antke rawk i6 taps Jn K adMtas JfJK II jic sensed i tfcitf tfcitfIkookb 1Ik4lkooktIM th thIrootsi
Ikookb l 12 tips k in S t 8raies es 4ftJ 454 MKxxfc s tenth
Onu OnwaeWatc Wu In S bps if MUI 9i flNm in T flap j
j an iB 1 a ae
1iJ iHttarf e < < fIe t sm s mjWm 1110 br H HMM Hex Hfirel Hexfeet >
feet reldII MM Jilannai M 5 fe 1 > a aThis n C
dII dIIThIa
This was wa the distribution of prise prisemoney 1lIIemoDe pris I
money moDe today Aubrun GM eo > = Latham LathamSOB LathamDto8QI
SOB Drexel 10 U 1W Parmalee 1 100 Brook Brookins BrookS Brookns
ins S ns iOi 0 Hoxsey H tXHY < 210 360 O Johnston jm jmAs HIa
As a at many a previous w ° v ° s meet the rival rivalry rtva1ry rivalry ¬
ry between Johnstone and Hoxsey re resuited re re8ulte4
suited In toe crowd having the time of its itsHfe IUslito t S SUe
Hfe t Ue lp watching the two rivals try to tooutdo tooutdo U
outdo each othet in altitude climbing a athe a athe mthe
the afternoon wore Wor on And trailing be beneath b6 b6noath honoath
noath them w wue re Parmalee and BrooMs BrooWnaout BrooktDsout S Sout
out for the distance event At one time timethese timet tim t tthen
these t then G58 four Wright Wrl t machines stretched up ut
In one vertical line to the zenith John Johnstone Johnstone Johnstone
stone at the top looking like a a buttonhole buttonholeHoxsey buttonhoLeHoxsoy le leHoxse
Hoxsey Hoxse next below Parmalee Parma lee next and andBrookins androokJDa Wi I IBrookline
Brookline rookJDa next a row of buttonholes down downthe downthe dowi t tthe
the back of the sky skyThe skyThe skyThe
The highest buttonhole of all was John Johnstone Johl1stone Johnwho
stone who sailed Ued Jjrst rst for the sunset sunsetwhile sQftMtwhUe suns t twhile
while his rival was making first Jumps Jumpsover Jum Jumow I Iover
over the center of the field fieldThe ftoldThe foldThe
The night was coming on as they the still stillsailed st11 00 00satled 1
sailed and over the center of the be field fieldfther AeIdwhere L Lwhere
where fther Honey was was the bright Wee was wasgiving waJtTing wa a adrIug
giving way to o gray dusk and hfe was wasthrowing WQthrowing I IthrowIng
throwing a gray en blur that you looked lookedstraight lookedstrll I Istraight
straight strll t up and lost Jo t and found and tost tostgaln oIJtsRln los t tagain
again galn Then in the zenith a star starSTRIKE starContinuetl ate r
1 Continued on Page Column 5 5iHttarf ISSTRIKE 5STRIKE
STRIKE IS ORDERED ORDEREDON ORDEREDON
ON OI ELECTION DAY DAYStartling DAYStartling r L 7 <
Startling Order Issued Issu d by byPennsylvania byennsj1 b bPennsylvania V r
Pennsylvania ennsj1 vania Federation FederationPhiladelphia FedeiationPhiladelphia edelation edelationPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 36 Local labor lead leaderB loadwore
ers wore disinclined to discuss for publi publication publication pubilcation ¬
cation an order issued today at Wllkesj Whiter Wllkesbarre Whiterbarre 7
barre by tho officials of the State Fed Federation Fe Feeration Fecoration < ¬
eration of Labor calling a a strike of t all allunion allunion a Ii Iiunion
union men in Pennsylvania on election alectlond11 oloctio n nday j
day November S STho 5Th0
The order for the Statewide strike was wassent we s 8nt
sent nt out from Wilkofibarre this morning morningIt morniniIt
It is signed by E J3 1 Groenwalt State Statepresident Stal epresident e
president of the Federation of Labor and andscven an d dseven
seven vice vlc Ico presidents VresltlentllThe presidentsThe
The strlko Is to begin b Jn at 7 oclock in Inthe I Ithe
J
the morning and lust until 8 aclock at atnight otnIght L Lnight
night The men are urged to take ad advantage advantago at I Ivantago ¬
vantago of the cessation of work to vote votebut rot ote otebut a abut f
but are not instructed to vote for any anyparticular an anpartlcuIRr y yparticular f
particular partys candidates candidatesThe candidatesThe candidatesTire
The general feeling among the leaders leaderswas leaderswas ieadei Swas 3
was that since the strike order was of a apolitical apoUtical apolitical a
political nature It would be wiser to wait waituntil waftuntil wa it itly t
until It was discussed and acted upon unon by bytho S StIre ly V
tho unions before speaking themselves themselvesDIRIGIBLE themse themselvesDIRIGIBICROSSES vos vosDmIGmLE
DIRIGIBLE DIRIGIBICROSSES CROSSES CHANNEL CHANNELAirship CHANNELAJublp CHANNTJIAirship
Airship Makes Trip from Paris to toEtnelnntl toEngl I J 0England
England Engl nd SUOOOHN SueceAHfuU SueceAHfuULondon SueessfuiIy SueessfuiIyLondon fully
London Oct 2 28Tho The Lebaudy setnl iemtrigid sets Ii Iirigid
rigid dirigible airship air hlp constructed with withthe wIththe wil Lb Lbthe 1
the money mon y raised by the Morning Post Poatfor Fe St Stfor 1
for tho English national airship fund left leftMoissons leftMossons l ft ftMoissons
Moissons near Paris this morning morningtire on onthe onthe
the way to Aldershot The airship airshipcrossed ulrshlvcrossed idrab idrabcrossed
crossed the English Channel under con convoy co 1 1of l
voy of a a British crustor and passed over overBrighton oorBrishton on Sr SrBrighton ir
Brighton at 230 oclock this afternoon atternoonThe afternoonThe
The voyage of the airship from from Moiw lIollIIsons Mo 5 5sons
sons to Aldershot was uneventful and Its Itsshowing Itsshowlnr i is isshowing s
showing was most satisfactory Unfor Unfortunately UnfortunAte r rtunately ¬
tunately tunAte however while the balloon was wasentering woenterhu vi Is Isentering
entering enterhu the shed at Aldorshot the tft tftelope a avelope n nvelope
velope elope was ripped and the whole struct strocture strue struearc
arc collapsed collapsedBaltimore cqJlapsedtlthnorc cqllapsedZialIlinore
Baltimore tlthnorc and Ohio R n to Pinilico PinilicoKnees PhuIlcoRnce Pinilic O ORaces
Rnce Knees Baltimore DnlthuoreFor flaitirnoreFor
For those desiring to attend tho Pim PlmRaces FIr a alico
Hco Races the Baltimore and Ohio Bv Bvcry Every B v vcry
cry Hour on the Hour we weekday kday service serviceaffords serv re reaffords e
affords superior facilities Excellent ExcellentItreet Bxcelle nt ntseet t
street car sorvlco from both Camden awl ar
sit Royal stations to and from Plmllco Plmllootrack Pimli Pimlitrack U
track trackGrorala trackGeorgia
Grorala Georgia Fljsr FIgt freur i enr Rift t 9S7K S1r per P r 100 IC to
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Yave Y ave ave
PRINCEIS PRINCE IS A VICTIM VICTIMThieves VICTIMThiev
Thieves Thiev T hievc Break Open Trunks and andSteal andSteal antiSteal
Steal Jewelry and Souvenirs SouvenirsBerlin Souvenirs SouvenirsDerlfn SouvenirsBerlin
Berlin Oct Oct 26 26Vhl1c While Prince Henry Henryof HenryBavaria
of Bavaria was w S traveling from Milan to toMunich toMunich tounich
Munich M unich thieves broke open his trunks trunksand trunksend trunksd
and an anan d rifled them of z a quantity of Jewelry Jewelryand jewelryand jewelryd
and an d sojivenirs sojivenirsSEEK sOJvenlrsSEEK
SEEK MISSING SHIPThirty SHIPirty SHIP SHIPThirty
Thirty Th j irty Vessels Asked to Help in inSearch inSearch inSearch
Search for the Crown Prince PrinceNave PrinceNew
Nave Orleans Oct 26 More ore than thanthirty thanthirty thanirty
i th thM thin thirty irty ships now sailing aButn in the Gulf Gul of ofMexico orMexloo ofexico
j Mexico M exico and the Carrlbean Sea are search searching setrchIng searchg ¬
J ing in g for the steamship Crown Prince Rio RioJaneiro RtoJan
Janeiro Jan Ja Jaov uoiro lr to New Orleans and nine days daysov daysO dayserdue
c ov rdue erdueWithIn rdueWithin duo duoIthln
Within Ithln the next twentytour hours all allof aUof nilthe
of ofw ofof the usual channels used by steamships steamshipswill ste steamshipsill nuhlps nuhlpswtJ1
will w ill have been scrutinized In the hope hopeof hopeot hopecatching
of catching a glimpse of the missing ves vessel vessel ¬
sel se selo t which carries carri a crew of forty and is isloaded 13loaded 15aded
loaded lo aded with coffee valued at 1000000 1OOOOCompJalnt 1000000Complaint IO000Complaint
Complaint was made to the Federal authorities author1tJe au anorlUes ¬
thorities th thde orlUes today of the large number of ofderelicts otderelicta ofrelicts
J derelicts de relicts floating In the Gulf mainly mainlylumber mainlylumber mainlymber
1 lumber lu mber vessels wrecked by the late storm stormbut stormbut stormt
but bu buT t still afloat because of their lumber lumberThe lumberhe I ItOlmer
The T he steamer Ells ran across four between betweenhero betweenre
hero he hem heli re and Puerto Cortoz The request foQUet Is Ismade 15made Isade I
made m ade for the destruction of these dere derelicts derects ¬
licts li cts which lie in the line of travel travelMAN travelMAN
MAN M A11 SOUGHT HERENABBED HERE HERENABBED
NABBED ll IN WEST WESTYoung
Youn Young Y oung Photographer PJlOtographerCaught PJlOtographerCaughtbr Caught Caughtby
by St Louis Police
WORKED W ORKED WASHINGTON FIRMS FIRMSAero
Aero t ern Eutliuslattt Who ho Contend ContepIL He HeIt lIclH lIeIs
It lH Scion of o Noted Eusliiili Family FaniilrArrested FumUTrre FamilyArrested
Arrested rre ted on Charge of Swindling SwindlingMcrclmntn Swlndllug3Ierclmut
Mcrclmntn Daring Recent Aviation AviationMrct Alation3lcct
Mrct at Ihmnln ileniiinsr Race Trnel TractIn TrnelIJI
In the arrest or a a young photographer photographeryaueriajr photograpnerYefie photographeresterday
yaueriajr Yefie y ay afternoon the police took into intocnetoAy Iatoca
cnetoAy ca c either ett1l r a sckm Ion of a famous Eng English EngUsh ¬
lish b ait fatally taU or a a clever swindler Officials Officialsare Omclllsare Officialsre
are a re mystified as to the identity of the theprisoner theand
prisoner p risoner and detectives are at work workThe w rk rkTbe
The prisoner calls himself Gilbert GilbertBwart GUbertEwart
Bwart B wart GHadci GIa cIadstone ae nephew of f the late latepremier IUepremkr lateresnfrr I
premier p resnfrr of England but the police be believe believe ¬
lieve h ave he b is William H Nickerson a aswindler aIadler a awindler
swindler s Iadler He hi about twenty years oars old oldand oldand I
sa
and a nd dresses drN e in the style of a young mom member momof l lbel ¬
ber of Britains aristocracy aristocracyHis antocraeyRia aristocracyHis
His police record reoo d dates back to the re recent re receDt ¬
cent 5 005 aviation meet at Banning While bile the theexhibition theexhlbltion thtxdblUon
exhibition s nights 1Uhbiwere were Jnprogf n nprogiez Dragtes ess ypjung ypjungGladstone yqypsGtadetltne ycpn ycpnYIa4stsne
Gladstone t or orNckorso or Nickorsag ckorso VTSltt1 vTrIt4l1bo IsltlpW > POr POrF P pho phoI phoogrsk
t t Ire I1o t GUM P Reh Ue11prtzit rtnt 1 1F 1211 1211F I j
F street northwest and represented him himself blmlelf himelt ¬
self p elt the police say as official photogra photographer photograher ¬
pher p her of the aviation meet meetHe m6MHe meetHe photograI
He purchased a specially constructed constructedcamera conatru ted tedcamera I
camera valued at Gi S and a pair of spec spectacles ¬
tacles tad t valued at tf and said he would pay pa paater r
later l His story slAtr had UM iii ring of truth truthand truthIUld
and Hsilprtn allowed the purchaser pureha er to toleave U I
leave l eave the tb store with the goods goodsMeets noods3leet
Meets Second Victim VictimGladstone leUm
Gladstone as he introduced himself himselfnext hImselfnext II
next appeared appear at the establishment eetabn ment of ofB ortrdn a C
B BertzaIn rtrain Roberts Rober at HIS New 1ewYork York ave avenue aveue ¬
Due n ue northwest He left with an S 1 1camera Icaunra
I
camera wider unci his arm arm promising to re return return returnS ¬
turn turnS turnSIn in a a few ew days and pay Neither NeitherHeliprin r rHehiprin i iot
Heliprin 0 nor Roberts suspected ted Ih the youth youthof youtlof
of being a swindler until the aviation aviationmeet i
meet was W over ov r and their goods were still stillunpaid 8t111unpaJd sLit 1
unpaid for The Th police wore notified notifiedDetectives notJiJooDet notifiedDetoctIvee
Detectives Det eth Evans and ODea were de detailed detailed ¬
ded
tailed to mak an investigation and andthey andthe an d
they the t hey traced Gladstone or Nickerson to toSt S SSt 0 i iSt
St St Louts Maj faJ Sylvester requested the theSt tlt6St Ut 5 5se
St se Louis authorities to take him in cue custody eustocy cuetody ¬
tody and last night a dispatch was re received reeelved received ¬
ceived from Chief of Police Young Younot YounotSt of ofSt 0 0St
St St Louts saying that the fugitive tu thro was wasunder wasund wa S Sunder
under und arrest Detective Evans left on a alate alate
late l ets train for St St Louis to escort the theprisoner theprl th thprisoner e ae
prisoner prl on to J Washington WashingtonIn
In St St Louis after his arrest the youth youthdeclared Youthd vent it
declared d lared he had simply forgotten to pay payfor payfor pa pafor IT itIT
for the cameras and said be was willing willingto wIthin g gto
to return to Washington and make makegood makegood malt e egood
good He said he left Harvard recently recentlybecause recenti I Ibecause II
because he failed In his examinations examinationsand oxmlnaUonMd oxamInaUonand
and declared he has since been traveling travelingabout travelln I
about the country making photographs photographsand vhoto photographnd apbs apbsand 5
and nd enjoying life lifeAccording lifeJecording lifeAccording
According to dispatches from St St Louis Louisthe Louisthe 5 5the
the youth had made himself known to a anumber anumber
number of business men there and had hadborrowed hadborrowed ha d dborrowed
borrowed small sums of money ntODe1AVIATOR moneyAVIATOR
AVIATOR IS KILLED KILLEDBlanchard KILLEDBlanchard KILLEDBlanchard
Blanchard Crushed Under Wreck of ofHis a 1 1His
His Monoplane MonoplaneParis MonoplaneParis
Paris Oct 21 2tM XL L Blanchard a young youn oung oungaviator g gaviator
aviator who secured a pilots license in inSeptember InSeptember I n nSeptember
September ISM l9G was killed while at attempting a atemptIng
tempting to alight at Isey 156 a suburb of ofParis ofPar1s if ifParis
Paris today todayBlanchard todayBianchard
Blanchard had taken PErt In the meet meetIng meetIng inca incaing
Ing at Bourses which closed yesterday yesterdayand yesterda yesterdaand
and he and two other aviators BIclo Blcloyucle Bfchrude
vucle rude and Bregl determined to fly fi to toIssy toIssy 1 1Issy
Issy this morning mornln Bregi and Blclovucle Blclovuclearrived Blclovucarrived
arrived safely safetyBlanchard safelyBlanchard
Blanchard who used a Blorlot machine machineattempted machineattempted a aattempted
attempted to volplane to tho ground but butsomething bi bisomething
something went wrong and he fell a dls distance dl dltanee
tance of efjcirty J f < > rty ty yards He was caught un under un 1 1dec
der the wreckace recka e of the machine and andcrUilhed ar id idcrushed
crushed to death He was w was s twentyfive twentyfiveyears twentyfteeaNl twentyfl e eyears
years eaNl old oldWHIP oldwair
WHIP UNTIL BLOOD FLOWS FLOWSTeacher
Teacher Seeks Seek to Justify Justlt Act by byShowing bySluwlng S PT PTShowing
Showing Condition in School SchoolMWdlotown SchoolMkldlotown
MWdlotown N Y Oct 36 IRecorder Recorder Record it
itz
A t C N Thompson tohlght found Jabez Jabi z
C Mullison MuUl on teacher of the truant school schoolguilty schoolguilty I
guilty of cruelly beating sevcnyoarold sevcnyoaroldJames sovonyoaroldJames sevenyeara sevenyearaJames Id
James Manzo and fined him 30 30 A raw rawhide rat r
rLi
hide was exhibited in court as the instru Instrument Instriment Li
ment with which MulJison Inflicted In leted pun punishment punIshment pu ii iiIshment ¬
ishment on several pupils on Monday Mondaywhen Mondaywhen Moncta 7 7when
when there was much trouble in the thesehoal ti la laschool
school One of the th pupils brought a rat ratand rataIkl r at atazj t
and turned it loose in the schoolroom schoolroomAnother schoolroomAnother U UAnother >
Another boy set fire to the hair of one oneof oneat oi ie ieof e
of the pupils and a third jabbed a school schoolmate schoolmAte II IImate ¬
mate with a rusty mOo flloMullison mOoMulU fileMullison
Mullison MulU IOR got busy with a rawhide rawhideIn rowhldeIn rawlfld Is Iscourt
In court the Manzo boy exhibited welts weltson weltson wei ta taid s
on his bark which had caused eau d the blood bloodto bloodto blo bloto id
to run Mullison contended that he had haddone hnddone ht ttl ttldone
done nothing wrong rong and would have done clonethe do lie liethe e
the same thing thln by his own son under undersimilar rind ci cisimilar r
similar circumstances fJ He said theMan tIle MAn MAnzo Ma n nso
ao boy was one on of the worst he had had ever everknown t1er t1erknown dv or orknown
known knownGeonla knownGeorgia
Georgia 54 4 Flooring EloorJD 5400 per 100 100ft 100ftFrank ft 1 rtFrank
Frank LIgbey Ln bei Co o 6th N Y ave ave aver
r
B UlO ALLOONISTS NI5T5 SAFE SAFERECOROSSIVIASHEB f fR
R RECOROSSIVIASHEB RECOROSSIVIASHEBawley R 5 5M Ht HtHawley
Hawley H awley and Post Land in the fchcCanadian theCanadian theCanadian
Canadian Wilderness WildernessFLIGHT WildernessLIGHT VildernessFLIGHT
FLIGHT F LIGHT OF 01 1325 182 MILES MILESr MILESSearching MILESearching
r
Searching S arcll ng Parties Notified ot otLanding 01Landing otLanding
Landing of America H HAfter IL ILI ILAfter ILfter
I
A After fter Setting New ew Mark for Distance DistanceTraveled DistanceTraveled DistanceTraveled
Traveled Aeronauts Find Them Themselven ThemaehellFnr ThemaeIve
selven aehellFnr aeIve Far from from CivIlization In InNorthern InXortbern inNorthern
Northern Quebec QucbeoSeTen Seven Day Days Are AreNeeded AreXcetled AreNeeded
Needed to Get Into Telegraphic TelegraphicCommunication TelegraphicCommunication TelegraphicCommunication
Communication with vith Officials OfficialsMontreal Otl1cJnblIontreal OfficialsMontreal
Montreal Oct 26Hawley 26 Hawley andPost and andPost andost
Post P ost of the America II arrived at
1T 10 1 0 oclock tonight at Chicoutimi ChicoutiraiThey ChicoutimiThe Chicoutimihey
They The T hey were w re in the air fortysix hours hoursin hoursin hoursall
in all and traveled approximately
1450 1 40 miles They landed on Wed Wednesday V Wedesday 00 00nesday ¬
nesday n esday of last week at Lake Dane DaneDefalle DaneDefallc Daneefalle
Defalle D DP efalle five miles east of Lake LakePetsgammo Lakef Lakeetsganimo
f
Db Petsgammo P etsganimo They The left the balloon balloonbehind balloonbehind balloonehind
behind b ehind them in good condition conditionThey cou cod1tionhey i on onThey
They T Tn hey had to sleep out in the cc4d cc4dnight ctddnight ce4dight
night n ight air for three nights nightsNew nightsN nightsNew
New N ew York Oct 26 26AIIIl Map R RHawley RHawley Rawley
Hawley H awley and Augustus Post of or the theAmerica theAmerica themerica
America A merica II are safe not only that thatbut tJaatbut thatut
but b ut they have broken the worlds worldsrecord worldsrecord worldsecord
record r for distance traveled in i a aballoon aballoon aalloon
balloon b alloon A dispatch announcing the tiiesafety tbesafety theafety
safety s of the balloonists of whom whomno whomno whomO
no n O certain news had been heard heardsince beardsince heardince
since s the start on October 17 was wasreceived wasreceived waseceived
received r at the Aero Club this after afternoon afternoon afteroon ¬
noon n oon It was as signed by Hawley and andPost andPost andost
Post P ost and read readSt readSt readSt
St St Ambrose Saguenay Quebec QuebecOctober QuebecOctober
October 0 tober 2fi 2fiLanded 2 2LaRded 2Landed
Landed near near1th Perionka Peri On ver vernorth er ernefth
north nefth n 1th of Lake i chlDNIat chlDNIatAU gpjaa Wh WhAll th thA
All A I well w u Returning ReturningHEITMAX ReturningIIEITMS ReturningHEITMAN
HEITMAX CALLED HACK HACKWhen DACKWhon BACKWhen
When the man who sot t the message messagehad liHge liHgehad ersagead
h had ad done a war dance to give untieS to tohis toh tois
his h is feelings he thought of the clubs ba sec secretary eeretary seeetary ¬
retary r Charles Heitman who was hear leaving hearag v vIng ¬
ing l ag on the GiG 55 train for Ottawa to take takepart takepart takeart
part p art in the hunt for the missing balloon beiteontets balloonets
tets l ets A messenger jumped on board the thetrain thetrain therain
train t a minute before starting time Urn and andtold andtold andold
told t old him him to get off and hurry back to t the theclub theclub theclub
club clubI
I knew that meant everything eteryt Jng WaS all allright allright altright
right said Mr Heitman tonight and andyou andyou andcan
you can bet I hustled back backWhen haekWhen backWhen
When he reached the club dub1Ir Mr Heitnan Heitnanlost H Heltasaost iltaan iltaanlost
lost l ost no time in calling up WlUiaw WIU WIWs Haw Hawley Hawley Hwcy ¬
ley i cy the balloonists ballO nlsts brother who w o has hasspent basspent hasspent
spent the last week either at t the dub dubor dubor clubor
or at the end of a a telephone wire waiting waitingfor walUnltfor waitingfor
for news He got Hawley at the laUsrs laUsrsapartments laUersaIWrtments Ittersapartments
apartments It was a bit hard to malts mkeMr JlWkeIr maltsMr
Mr Ir Hawley Hawle understand that his brother brotherwas nthrwas ther therreally
was really reall safe Eaf but when he MA Mr MrHeitman MrHeitman MrReitman
Heitman heard a fervent thank God Godand Godand Godand
and then apparently Mr Ir Hawley dropped droppedthe Moppedthe 4onpodthe
the receiver receiverThe receiverThe receiverThe
The news was at once wired wtr d to th thSt 1St the theSt
St Louis club which managed the Mart Martof artof startof
of the racing balloons bftll OM and to the mc in inCanada InCanada inCanada
Canada who were organising searching searchingparties sendd senddrtl6s seareldngparties
parties rtl6s
Set a New ew Record HecortlWhen ReeoriJWhen RecordWhen
When the excitement 6 < cltement had cooled d dewn dewna wn wna wnR
a bit the thought of those at t Ute dub dubturned cdubturnoo clubturned
turned to the question Did they beat beattho beattho beatthe
tho Dusseldorr II r Samuel F Perkins Perkinswho Perktnswho PerkInswho
who with Pilot Hans Gericks nuutned nuutnedthe maanedthe ned nedthe
the DusMldorf II led the rush for the thechart thechart thechart
chart room It took some s tne time tint to figure figurethose cureth06e figurethose
those things out because of the indaftnite indaftnitenature tadeanlteture hsdnitenature
nature ture of the dispatch dl pateh but the emit ex experts exparts oxports ¬
parts finally tlnall decided that the America Americahad ADtortcahad Americahad
had landed about seventyfive sen ftve miles niHesahead mH6f1ahead milesahead
ahead of the Dusseldorf n and that the therace theace therace
race ace and the worlds record wag v ws theirs theirsThe theirsThe theirsThe
The Duasoldorf II came to earth near nearKisklslnk nearTil1ttslnk nearHiskisink
Kisklslnk Quebec which is I estimated e Umated to tobe toabout tobe
be about 1350 1 miles from the starting startingpoint st11rtlncpoint startingpoint
point and was the worlds record until untilthe untilthe ntlt ntltthe
the America II reported If th the aero aeroclub aeroclub neroclub
club experts figured the thing right the theContinued theContinued theContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column ColumnRECORD 1 1RECORD tRECORD
RECORD TO HOPPE HOPPEBilliard HOPPEBilliard HOPPEBilliard
Billiard Crack Makes Straight Run Runof Runof Runof
of 150 Points PointsNew PointsNew PointsNew
New York Oct 26 26WIllie Willie Hoppe made rnndea rnndeanew a anew arecord
new record at 1S1 IS billiards tonight tonightHo tonightHo tonightHo
Ho made a run of IM which la is4en is4enmora inten intenmore ten tenmore
more than the high record of Ins which whichhas whlQhhas whIhhas
has stood for or eleven years efLrs The visitors J8ItO to toDoyles toDols toDoyles
Doyles Billiard Academy where here Hoppe Hoppewas lIOppawas Itoppewas
was playing against Cutler and trying to toplay toplay toplay
play 1S1 billiards against Cutlers CQUe s IS IShad 1had iS2 iS2had
had a treat treatHoppe trea treatHoppct t tHoppe
Hoppe made a new highrun record and andCutler andCutler andCutler
Cutler succeeded in scoring mere paints paintson pOinton
on the nights play making 33 IS to H HCij Hoies Hoiesand jjj > ea
300 and Is now sevantysix points bObtail bohlntlthe bBhIndthe bObtailthe
the champion championBANDITS champIonBANDITS champIonBANDITS
BANDITS BUSY AGAIN AGAINTroops AGAINTroOIS AGAINTroops
Troops Sent Against Slayers of otFIUphl0 ofFilipino
Filipino Planters PlantersManila PlantersManila
Manila Oct 26 2GNews Nevs has been NIt re received received
ceived here that bands of Manoboa are areattacking areattacking ra
attacking foreigners and Filipinos en n tile tfcewest tilewest thewest
west side of of the Gulf of Davao iri MJn MJndanao Mm Mmdanao Un Undanao
danao A number of planters chiefly chieflyFilipinos
Filipinos have ha been killed killedTroops killedTroops <
Troops are on th the way to the soene of ofthe ofthe
the dixturbttnee and nt1 It Is expected that tl thattIre
the t1 ftutbronk of these MoroMalay Moro lalar ban bantilts
tilts will be speedily suppressed suppressedBlaokistones suppressedBlauhistoncs
Blaokistones llnudmime lInmifwme Spray Sprn Sprn1IJaj SprayMade 2 2Made
Made 1IJaj up of choice ch tce flowers 14th H HAnd HAnd
And BOO > 100 OO Other Kinds of Flooring FlooringFrank FIorlolrFrank FlooringFrank
Frank Libbey Co flth OU N Y av 10
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