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only newspaper publiahed In Newport News that receive the full newa service of the Asso. elated Press. VOL. XIV. NO. 21?. HURRICANE'S DEATH ~ ROIL GROWING HOURLY, _ I meagre Reports Thus Far Received Stow That Fifty-two Are Dead and Fifty-live Ire Missing. ENORMOUS LOSS OF PROPERTY Miles and Miles of Territory Have Been La d in Waste; Crops Have Been Ruined and Dwellings, Cot ton Gir.s and Sugar Mills Have Been Levelled. HURRICANE'S DEATH ROLL. Terrebonne Parish, La., defi? nite, 19; reported, 50. New Orleans, definite, 5. Desair, La., definite, 3. Frener. La., definite, 4. Jackson, Miss., definite, 2. East Tock, Miss., definite, 7. Baten Rouge. La., definite, 2. Mandeville, La., definite, 1. Bay St. Louis, Miss., definite, 1. Donaldscnville, La., definite, 1 Gramercy, La., definite, 1. Grand Point, La., reported 4. Barataria Bay, La., reported 1. Pass Manchac, La., definite, 3. Tctal?Definite, 52; reported 55. (Special to Daily Preaa.) NEW ORLEANS, LA., Sept. IS.? Gradually New Orleans and the coun? try surr, binding the Crescfnt City Is recovering from the hurricane, which started Saturday and continuing throughout Bn nday night. Fifty-two human lives are now positively known to have been claimed as victims of the str.rm and fifty-five others are re? ported to have been lost in lower Terribon?* parish, but as yet this*re p. rt has not been authenticated. I The property loss will run into the t millions. Miles and mihs of territory have been laid in waste. Crops have been ruined. Dwellings, cotton gins and sugar mills have been levelled. New Orleans StiU Crippled. New Orleans is still sadly crippled In BVi war of railroad facilities and tel? graph and telephone communica? tion witi. the outsidu world. It was not until tonight that the Western l'nion Tri? graph Company was able to get a working wire out of the city. Fcr two days the city's only communication with the <uis.de world wss over an impr.vised long distance tel. phene circuit of the Associated Pre :;. Iloth the Illinois Central and the I^aisviiie <fc Nashville railroads have :uffered heavy Ires, miles of their tracks have been washed away. It will to several weeks before the l.ouisi iih ? Nashville will again bo running trains ever its own tracks. Death List Increases. From early today th- death list In the low? r portion of Terrebone Par? ish increased as details of th? hurri csr.< s d< --":r-; n were hourly re? ceived until tonight it numbers is . Fifty others repr-tnd m ssing are raid to have been drowned or crmff cd la the S>ing dnhns of wrecked mills dw? Nines or Ashing camps. TbrilPng tales of narrow '-*c?j>cs and diring rescues came from the storm swept area. Pleasure craft and shipping of all k nds in the bayou inlets were totally des* roved and the lese will be h-ary. The damage done ^y the storm St Grind bland and Csenb-r Caialnada was very heavy, hut at these places was an loss of life The crops of these islands were trtally deetrricd aad the orange groves wem stripped rk-an of fruit and foliar" The drsf news from these lalands wa? reentrnd today when the mail steamer Grand 1st? reached this etty. It was feared before 'he arrival <w la* ana' that hnndr.-ds had lost their BOMB, In the tr nical stcrm of MM?, Ic than kiwi people Were drowned aa Chnaler Camiasda One aai Ve* his life at Ray Rt I-wris. a Sshnrman | (Coatlane^ oe Fifth P ?e.) ] SM WYLIE GOES OH STAND IN DISPENSARY CASE Former Director To Be Ex.in-.ined on A'.igat-ci. That Hi Recii. ?: Bri?e of $1,125. (By Associated Press). COl.l'.MBlA. S. C, Sept. 22? Joe] B. Wvlie, forme r member of the iKiard of directors of the dispensary, went on the stand today tc testify against .1 S. Farnum, accused of bribery. Wylie eai ?nnataved upon the records at tue disp< nsary showing where houses re preyimed by F.irnum hud received orders for thousand iff euses i f whis kcy. Tomorrow he will be examined upon the particular allegation ib'it ; he reeeivd a br.be of $l,12? OB a cer? tain date. Iti hi ri J, Gaga, c ashier Of the Com -' inercial Itank of Cheater, today ?osli-, fled tha; a draft for that amount sign-1 ed by Karnuni and made payable to [ Henry BaWllf ll was paid at his bank and that Wvlie got the mom y. This secondary evidence was the cause of many objections, but Judge Memimingpr overruled the defense at every i?oint. The defense endeavor? ed to show that the president of tite bank of Chester was defeated fo. niayor by Henrv Samuels, SO called "middle man" for Wylie, and that this; was the motive for turning 'he cast- ' over to ihe prosecution. Witnesses' for the^prosecution. however, declar Od that the information was given voluntarily to the attorney general | Sensational testimony is expected tomorrow. MISS ELLEN BRUCE MARRIED, j Pominent Young Virginia Woman Weds Chicago Multimillionaire. (By Associated Press). BOOTH BOSTON. VA.. Sept. 22 ? Miss Ellen iHiuglas Bruce, daughter of the late Alexander Bruce, of Hali? fax county, this afternoon, became the bride of R. T. Crane, Jr.. a multi? millionaire of Chicago, and a spn of, the United States minister to China. ; The wedding toojk place at 3 o'c lock ' at the Bruce home which is about 4 i miles from this place. Special trains from New York, I Chii ago, Baltimore ?nd other points] arrived at South Boston carrying dis- j tiuguisheJ guests to the wedding. Miss Bnice is a descendent of one of the oldest and best known families in the south. FLY OVER?EiiVlORK BAY Curtiss to Attempt Haring Feat During Hudson-Fulton Celebration. _ C RGLE AROUND STATUE OF LIBERTY Wilbur Wright Also Will Attempt a Flight During the Celebration, Us ! ing Fast and Powerful Machine? Curtiss Presented With Medal. i (By Associated Pre.?s). NEW YORK. Sept B.?A flight from Co Verne r"s island across the low. er bay and around the statue of Li? berty jiobahly will be the first awa t-on event during the Hudeon-Fuiton Kiebration. GUnn H. Curtis*, win? ner of the first international aviation ct.ntest, announced today that h would attempt to make this flight us toon us |K>.-Hihle after he has a-*sem ble d his machine. Wilbur Wright, who has his ma? chine- almost ia flying snap--, in- 7 Ceeaaal today for the first time .since taw latter returned from his Euro- j po-an triumphs. The meeting, which] tick place in Wright's shed on tlov- ' enter s island was cord.al No HI le< ling exists because of the suit which tne Wtight Brothers have brought against the H?Tring-Cui"tl33' Company Tor alleged infringement of patents. * i Th? machine which Wilbur Wright will nse is of exactly the same di? me nstons aa that which hta brAher. Orvllk-. t-e?-d at Pert Myer last year.' in fact it includes part of that Hl fat' d aeroplane which daahed to earth, rau.-ing 'he death cf Lieutenant Hel frldge of the signal corps. It. is caps. 1 bte of carry ing two mrn and mak lag cf rpetd of between SS and 4? miles an h ur Wright a contract with the coie. tatlon company calia for a Bisht of <.ac bear * duration, while Port s? has the option of mak lay aay flight which bis judgment dic iwfore inspecting the field at 9*9*1 eraor'a Island teday CertHe was the aaajst of honor at a luncheon at the Lawyer's Club, where be received ? cold medal awarded to him by the A*ro Club <f Aaserle-a as aa evidenco of ?ppreejr,tioTi for hie winning Bal Jan.? ? OoreVa Ben net cap at Rh'tms A Hollend Forrwa, acting preeeSssjt of the Aero Club, presided so toast - mar?er sad presented the medal. * NEWPORT NEWS, ROBB.RSM?BDER ANO BURN ENTIRE FAMILY! GhasUy Evidence of Revolting Crime I Discovered in Buchanan County. Virginia. POSSE WITH BLOODHOUNDS 01 IBM 'Aunt Betty" Justis, Her Son-inlaw, Gtoge Meadows, His Wife and Three Children Victims of Fiends Attracted to Country Home by Creed for Goid. (By Associated Press 1 HUEFIFXB. W. VA . Sept.*22 ?An entire family of six persons was mur? dered and the bodies of all but one Of the victims were burned with their home at Hurley, ituchanan rounty, Va.. early today. The motive wan evidently robberv as the owner of the bouse, an aged woman known as "Aunt Betty" Justis, was generally MtsfjifM to ki m$ a large sum or money about the pla?e. .Mrs. )?tkl. her son-in-law. Georg?' Meadows, his wife and their three children were the victims. Meadow's body, hadlv mutilated, was found this tnoining lying in the yard of his de? stroyed h< me. the funeral pyre of his loved ones. Two bullets boles through UM bt.dy and a ghastly wound in the neek, which almost severed the head from the body, gave the discoverer* their first evidence of the extent or the tragedy. Sickening Soectacle Disclosed. A search of the rains,of the house I c'iselo.-ed a sickening spectacle. The j blackened masses of half burned flesh land charrel bones of the two wome 1 and the three children were fcuno I beneath the debris, each body beav ! ing evidences of murder committed ! befcre the house was fired evidently j for the purpose cf hiding the crime. The eider woman's skull was found M me distance from her half burned body among the ruins. Another daughter Of Mrs. Justis told i the police that her mother bad a largt i sum of money buried under the sil. of the house and they succeeded in digging up ISSa in gold and silver. The murderers are sup|K>sed to have secured the $?110 which 'Aunt Betty" j hi ways carried on her person. Posse Trailing Murderers. I Bloodhounds were rushed to the I scene and in a short time they took up I the trail of th.' sup]>osed murderers I in a cornfield which joined th" .Ins . tis home. There the footprints 01 j three men" were found impressed in the soft soil. A posse of citizen heavily armed. is following the. Moodhounds. bent on lynching the murlercrs if they are captured. MACHINE TURNS TURTLE, FRENCH AVI AI OR IS KILLED Captain Fcrber, of French Army, Meets Death While Testing an Aeroplane. (By Associated press.) \ BOri.KGNE, Sept 22.?Captain [ Ferber. an aviator of the French I array, was killed near here today whiie ' te.-fjng an aerr plane, j While in the air the machine turn j "d over .and the captain da_<4ied to , the gound. Captain Ferber ws? I cptshed to death by the motor. I After making a short fight the cap I lain attempted to alight A wiag of the machine touched the groond however, and the aeroplane turned I a scsserssult and crashed to the earth Fonr years ago Captain Ferber was in the I nited States to examine the 1 w'right aeroplane on behalf of the , French government. He opened negotattons U r the par chase of the American machine b?t 1 without sue rsss. Odd Fei?ows Convention Adjourns. rfsj Vssociated Press). 8EATTIJ! WASH.. Sept 22?At Inn:a wss today cht sen as the ?? xt j meeting of the convention of the <KM Fell 1. Virtually all Odd Fellows 1 with IT.? miks of Seattle pnrtlepated , In the parade today tempted by the pr:s? s and hoasTa sann d to lodges 1 s?nd ng thr moat men comtng the gres:?*t A stance or making "be beat \ display More than In.noo men were la the roismn. fcnaineer Fata'ly Hurt. (By Associated Press) I TN HPCBO. VA. Bept. 22 ?WJn gtneer Peer of fsaenesr. N C. was prrhably falsMr htrrt late today ?!v, ?lies b?low I vaehhnrg by ramping fr'.m hts engise which had t*ft tt* tsJIs Me spoiled the brakes and j.-raped Isysries to his rprne have <?uee<f psrslysts of his body the VA., THOKSDAY, Sr THOUSANDS VIEW BODY OF GOVERNOR IOHNSON People from All Classes of Society Pay La-t Trihute to Minnesota's i Dead Executive. my Associated press ) ST. PAUL* MINX.. Sept II.?Lad by Major I^iwIit. member* of the c ninion council of St. l'aul. the Ram? sey county officials. the b< ads or va ri us d< puriiip-iits and employeee, mar: ho J in a Ixxly to I lie State cipl tol at inn.n Unlsf to kiok for the last (line on the face of Governor John? son, whose Im dy lies on its bier un der the gnat white dome. ? All day Jona a ceaseless l ie of peo? ple marched between files of nnliia m? n jiast the cask'! and silently paid a last tribute to the dea?l n wruur. Shed Tears at Bier. Loss btfore the c! ors ??! the cspi tol were thnewn open at ten o'clock the people began to gath.T. Th. y came from all classes ..oc.eiy and fr m all parts of St. Paul and vicin? ity. To many .if thorn his death was a i?Tsi.nil sorrow as was shown by the tears which streamed (rim th? Ir eyes. Dajriag the noon lunch hoar tho throng Increased, nusiness men and their clerks Riled the approaches to the capltol and th': stream of human? ity : eoaiix' several blocks long. All Activities Pause Today. All branches of commercial and, manufacturing activltii-s will pause tfmorrow for five minutes during th. fcncal services. The ai t ion planned is state wide and all cities and towao hav be< n requested to follow the lead of the twin cities. The imlfOadB of tie state and the city railways of . St. Paul. Minneajiolis and Dnlth will stop for five minutes during be* funeral. ^ Ti morrow the body will be taken to St. Peter. Minn.. St Paul ?-Ajr otli- > cials aim members of several local j fraternal nrgani7ation? accompanying it. The funeral will be held from tha Preebyterian church at St Petev and the interment will he in tht fam ly cemetrry. PEARY SHOWEREO WliH RICE BY WEDDING PAR1Y Explorer and Family Are Enroute for Portland frcm Sydney?Makes no Further Statement. TRi'RC, N. S. Sept. 22.?Command? er Hubert K. Peary had no further statements to make today regarding the polar controversy while traveling westward to his home la Eagle Hay: from Sydney. The expkrer wiih his family left Sydney early today and reached Truro tonight. Later the party departed for P< rtland. The trip to Truro occupied the en? tire day and at the stations enroute groups of people gathered to catca a glimpse cf- the explorer. Commander IVary received an in? vitation to lecture before.' the Royal Scottish Gecgritphiral Society. The invitation came in a cablegram from ? dir.burgh It follows that received irom secretary J S Keltic reejue?sting Commander Pesry to fig a date for ? lecture in I^onlon before the Roya; Geographical Society. An enthusiastic crowd which had gathered at New Glasgow to enliven the1 departure of two wedding couples e beered Commander Peary and threw rice at hl?* car windowa. The explorer was given a round of fpplause when he appeared on the platform, thinking that tne demo:? trastien was In his honor alone, but he hastily Patfeajied when he observ? ed that be was in the midst of a wedding party. Another bridal crowd I ?t Stelinrt'-n nl--o gave the export? I a hearty rourd of i beers. ROOSEVELT HELD UP Theft of iTpnrtant Papers Delays Veeaef's Departure for New Vera. NORTH 8TOV5CV. X. S. Sept ? ? I The sailing of the Arctic steamer! Ro: k>iell ti. d<i,.red tonight owlnr, to the fact that the records and othe; imprrtant manuscripts which were1 tshen frrm the ?ie*mer vesterday by souvenir bunter? have not been dis? ci vered She rtlv after C o'clock thei Roosesep 'palled rut from her pierl I after taking nc a fnl! aapaty of for the r.in to New York. A?few bun-! drrd yards fr< tr. ibe pier Captain Bartlett dropped anchor and it W |;ke lv that the vesvi win rwauia la ta? stream until earlv toOaoriue maea r: Pre fesser M< M-llan who feeej bis loes kerals- said later that he bad re? ceived Informe::, r t- the effect that some of, the important papers had here traced to the wife of a prowl' The woman '?cried taking the art tele. mentWned M'bensgh ah* admit ted h ir lag; taken snaae things from the professor ? rrnea. Jury Has laenector McCann't Case. OHCAfiO. II.I . Sept 12?The ease of former poflra aaaparaer Ka> ward Mc^aan. ?? ho I? ca trtsl cbarged ?Ith arsftlng ?nd malfeasance Hi of Sea. weat lo the pirr hate today Rev oral ballots were Cohen tonight Rum? or sahj thai the tare stood ? to 3 :ptkmbek -ix i!H)}>. GEORGIA LEADS FLEET I UP THE HUDSON RIVER Beady lor laval Parade Saturday, Mean Armada Arrives at New York From Hampton Roads. BRITISH CRUISERS ARWE TODAY Four Vessels of English Nsvy Fog Bound Lan Night Off Long Island? Italian Ships Anchored in North River?Half Moon Put in Com? mission. (By Associated Press.) ? NF.W YORK . Sept. 22.?The ar mada whl Ii is tt. represent the Unit? ed Slates V the Hud son-Fulton ceio hralion steitne.i up New York bar-, bor BBS this aftenu on to its nnehoi n Iks Hilda." u river alaive C. rant's ! lemb. Through IBs enriy part of the day the rl"et hnd been fog bound for Sandy Hook. The log interfere I llsn with the plans i>f the British und nerman fleet* which were SXpsetSd t< day. The font srssorBd ervdsstrs of the British stpiac. I IM slackened speed as they approach- . Sd the mist-hung coast and sent tn word by wireless ihat they would de? lay their arrival until tomorrow morn? ing Tho three Gorman cruisers should arrive about the same time. Italian Cruisers Arrive. The Italian cruiser Aetna passed In? to the harbor before the America?, battlesbijm and proceeded to the ; rich* rage in the North river, where she was joined a few hours later by ho* mate, the Ktruria. Thousand* of New Volkers crowded i all points of vantage frnm the Bat > tery northward and along Riverside Ih-ive to witness the arrival of Rear Admiral Schnieder-* fleet. The bav . tleships. which wet" In single file IShoal WO yards apart, looked very j grim and business-like. The crews. : garbed in white, were massed for : ward and a group of officers was 'seen en each quarter deck. Georgia Leads Atlantic Fleet. I The Georgia led the fleet up the I harbor, followed by the New Jerse*. j Nebraska. Rhode Island, Virginia, j Wisconsin, Missouri.! and Ohio ana I the armored cruisers Montana. North Carolina and New Y'< rk and the scout cruisers Birmingham, Salem and Ches? ter. The feet flagship, the Connecticut, i led the second division, composed of j the Kanss. Minnesota. New Hamp I.shire. Mississippi, Idaho and Vermom. t Itehind the fleet were the auxiliaries t'ulgoa. Prairie and Panther. Torpedo hosts, submarines and other auxiliar? ies will join them !3tfr in the week. In all 52 vessels of the l'nlted State? nsvy will be on the Hudson for the parade Saturday. There was a great booming of jruns as |he American ships pa.--. ! the an ' h red representatives of France. Mexico. Argentine. Italy snd Holland. Brothers Enter HaroorvToday. Among the American nava! officer, tcnighi there was much speculation r;s to the manner In which the Brit? ishers would en'T the harbor tomor? row. The last time sn Bngllsh fleet entered New York the pilots were sur? prised to see ships race up the chan? nel without stopping tn ask anybody to show the wsy. it wss a lesson In British seamanship to see the sis ves? sels pick their way rapidly and un BSk fed into a strange harbor win srarce y s cable's length between each ship Half Mocn ir. Commission. There was an Impressive Hudson Fulton reremrny trday at the Brook? lyn navy yard when the 1 Half Moon." the copy of Hudson's famous era." which Ir to plav cte tf the stesstr n.iea in the celebration, was formal? ly piaoo in commission. Rands play? ed the naional air of Ho'land. the eld Dutch ortkir* waved and the Net? herlands ci ? mission**? hoisted their cob rs ahr.ee the MSSJt RttsC craft. These were fr ratal honors for Fal? ten too today. His grase in OM Trlaity ehnrrb yard was the scene of s pilgrimage of nr?mber* of the Fol ton Memorial Association which dee fraied a ssonusseat erected in hrs r f.ts LICENSES rSSUEO. JuOoe Kelly Beee'vss Msny App< cations at Bristol. fSrr A? SajBSfSj fVi pnt RRIiAT ? Vi, Beat II ?The Cor rotation Cmn today granted IIrena*? ks n flnn* and individuals to do a Ifcjnor business here beginn lag Or t. her 1 sad on this sreonnt thee* was pass* asm taw etty trassnry ttajsn. ran her application win b* eon?se*. ed tosscrrow It will he th* onlv team between AbSQBtsfcB?. \ A . sM*4 V#* ^ Ot*i*V*B*'ft. I A . wher* s saloon will after Or Usher l_ TS* ? FEMALE FIREBUG SENTENCED, j Jennie Brlscoe Qett Twenty Years In Penitentiary tor Double Crime. RICH.MONI?. VA.. Sept. 22.?Jennie ?VtSnon, a ri Ion U woman, w.|i y?a terday s.tneiiied in Hanover cJrcuR.I court to serve a term of twout;, yearn j In Hi,. penitential v - ten for hous BBflBag MM tin for larceny. Iii.- ?.in.'in *as f r .Line lime Inj the employ of || Carter Redd, of] Hanover, und she wa?. caught stealing Hie titvi rware from the homo in wli.eh -I'. w. rk.il. Slii' ?;'* at i nee discharged, t< .lowing th<- r..vc*y of l!:. Molen Fluff, and when she was il h-lni K. ,| sli,. eoueelved the idea of j burning Hie home In revenge. Tbc lit. occurred July 2;'.. and the depart? ment at one. to k up III. case ami f. Hi wed It dills, ntly to lh,. end. BACK TO PRISON AGAIN. James O'Leary, Who Has Served Nearly 30 Years, Sentenced Again. trJy Associated Press). PHII.AI.Kl.l'ltl \. PA.. Sept. 22 ?j Aller k<rviiiK marly Ju years of his life in prim n on charges of counter ; felting and passing bogus money James 0'l.ear), alia* "Jack Mulvey," un uge.l man, was sentenced in the l'nit<<l Statt? district court here to? day to ten years In the government prison at Atlanta Ha., on a similar charge, lie i leaded guilty but asked lor clemency on account of Ins aR*. Judge Mcl'htrsx n, In passing sen? tence, said he kottsvafj O'Loary to be Iwmnil reform and in the best intnr ?st of socity thought h<- should be given a long term. The only wlt nen at the trial was a secret service ojt ratlve who recognized the prison? er as an old off nder from a photu giaph taken a score of years ago. Gravesend Races. fRv Associated Prese.t GRAVKSENO. N. Y.,*Sept. 22.? Essex, at 7 to 5, won the King's Highway steeplechase handicap to? day The race was marred by the falling < f the favorite, I.ynncwood, and of Rising Star, a long shot. 't tiese two raot d head and h<ad for two miles when they both took ihe r.iver pool Jump together und both wont down. Kbs< x, who ws? ten lengths heBkfal them, took the lead and won easily. I loth horses were remounted and Ht^ng Star finished second, with l.ynii. wiod third. SUBMITS 10 INTERVIEW Forty Newspaper Men Ply Dr. Cook With Innumerable Questions. SHOWS DIARY TO REPORTERS Little Octavo Book Contains Con? siderably More Than 100.000 Words I ?City of New York Finally Recog? nizes Hi- Achievement. fBy Associated Prosa | j NEW YORK. Sept. 22 ?l>r. Fred e-,?k A. Cook seeking rest and se? clusion with his family after the I boisterous welcome cf yesterdav, ??.'uied himself o intcrvUwers today . snd remained la his suite at tb? Waldf rf-Astori t unti la e this even ling wb?n he snhmi't ??" cartrf. lly to one of the severest rrov. eaamina t.ons sine? he announced his dls B m r of thp north pole. The ordeal ' of the interview, which wss ronductrd : by forty newspaper representative*, i ln< biding several from foreign news I papers proved at least that he wa? ' no! afraid to meet the public. In ' ridentally the cltv of Ney York of I "cially recognized his arblevsienT BJ> I day when the board of aldermen pre : pared a rear tut k*n commemrj-atlng [ his disccverv and providing for a Ireibilc welcome at the city hall. Th' ! date of the reception wfli be announc? ed later. j As the taestion* asked were nor ' by iavmeti they did not go deeply^ re to the seientltc aspect of the SBBBfr ' tkm Rat Dr. Cook was readv to an ; swer sny qsesttrn pertinent to the ts The most interesting phase cf the later-, tew was reewhed when pe Coo* was asked if he woul-1 object to show? ing hia diary He imssediateir con? sented and after retiring to his hea? rt om returned with a small octave note Itook which he showed freetv to aR It was a thin kork mntalnlna ITS PMres. each of with Bftv to ?t*iv writing tn the as ablr ator. than l**n.*00 words, while he bod BBasssS "tner hooks etr.bmcinst bts obaervationa and other Baza. The Inlervlewera were rather severe (Contmoed on Fourth :?s?n > THE WEATHER. Showers Thursday and probe y Friday; cooler Friday; oderate south winds. PRICE TWO CKNTh PRESIDENT CROSSES ROCKY MOUNTAINS Train Goes Over River in Canyon of Arkansas On Bridge Suspended by Big Cables. PASSES THROUGH FIELD OF SHOW Climb of Train at Tennessee Pass Carries President to Altitude of 10, 240 Feet?Speaks Briefly to Crowds Gathered at Colorado Springs and Pueblo. (My Associated Press.) Pl'KHLO, COLO., Sept. 22? Presi th tu Taft tenight Is crossing Ike ron tiimnt at I IvUlo and tomorrow morn? ing will rind himself west of the Rocky Mountains. All day the President ha* hum lid with Hie luinorama of the whltt capped peaks of the Rockies in view and at one time the train ran fi r a mile or more through fields of snow. Tonight ut Teas.eoeme pass the climb carries the ITesidm to an aitl tud of ltiJJtn foet. For the fttst time the President traveled through the grand canyon of the Arkansas, when- at one place the hslf of mile deep canyon is so narrow that there is no room for tho track and the river and thi formet has to be carried over the rushing waters by nimns *; a hanging bridge sus? pended hy cables embedded in the tocky walls <_t the chasm. The eleven mile ri.le through the canyon was made by moonlight. The i'resident did not fee] the alti? tude and at the end of his first week of one night stands" he Is in splen? did health. President Rechriatens Big Estate. Mr. Taft's voice Is also in the beat Of condition. Beginning the first of the two days of hl? Colorado tour, Mr. Taft motored 1* miles out of Denver t breakfast this morning at the homei of Thomas F. Walsh and at the re? quest of the owner rechristene.i fjt "Clonmell." the "tuate heretofore km. wn as "Wolhurst." Taking (he train at Wolhurst, witn an additional train filled with Colo? rado pec pie a? an escort, the Presi? dent proceeded to Colorado Springs where be made a brief address itt the public park to one of the largest crowds of the trip and then made a hurry up automobile tour to points ot scenic interest. At an paiinence overlooking the vai lev of the Garden of Gods, with tho Rocki-s In the background and dark clouds plsying tag with Pike's Peak. Mr. Taft expressed his admiration of the view with unrestrained Enthus? iasm. At Pat t<lo the President was driven at the head of a long pr-ces? sion of automobile? to the state fair grounds to face another exhuberaat throng snd to make a brief extem rirsneous speech In appreciation of the reception that C lorado has ac ? ?? <i' ?! to him. Secretary Bellinger Joined the party a; Denver and will gc through to Seat? tle with Ihe President. He will as? sist Mr. Taft tomorrow aftemooa ta the formal opening of the Goanisna tunr.il at Montiose. Colo., the great? est irrigst icn project tbc govern meat bar. ev? r nndertaken. Discuss Conservation at Spokane. Mr. Taft announced todav that ha ? ?: ' n.ak. his wb?* up.a the ruhject of the conservation of natural resources antll he reaches Spokaaa on ScptowAec tS. It was at Spokaaa that the controversy between. Mr. Bal 1 n#er and Chief Forester Plnobot srore and Mr Taft re-ards ? *ht probably the best place to dteeaea the issue In the brief references he has mad* la h.s speeches so far Mr Taft aas deciand that reetamatioa srerk mus* go oa. vut that ft must be don* ta eonformltv wrtb the law and Oat as rreject win he awdWtaken nnfll the motHT for the work ta la baad. U S. MARSHALL RESIGNS. #. baatakta w?i Becom* C*er* of f*ea eral D?etri? Cow*. GRPTNSRARO. X C. Rent TL? Calted BUtea Marshal .1 vmiktn. or this city today sect hts reslgnatuyi to Attorney Oesjerul Wire?r?hAsi St rke .fT.- t October t Mr. aWanaaal has beid the paattioa twecee yeare snd was the first aoeSbera max. ap? pointed to office br tSe late Praer deat WnKmhry Jwd?? Jeass? * Bord, of the TJWted abates dtetHet rnwrt sew today htr. afeaaaaaa aaase i< the rtrcatt caart JaaJg*e far eoa firmaMra as cln-S of tee enwrt t? eae c~4 t L. Tiuaafaa warn reaesamd r? terday.