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Cassie Chadwick Dead
Columbus, Oct. 11—Cassie Chad Ljck has had a priest administer L iast rites, and may die at any moment. Her heart is barely fluttering now. Columbus, Oct. 11—Cassie Chad* wit k is very near death. She is delirious and raves continual!v of financial matters. She has only a tVtv hours to live. Columbus, Oct. 12—Cassie Chad wick is dead, having passed away at the penitentiary early this morn ing. Just before her death she smiled tor the first time since her incarceration, saying she was glad it was all over She refused to make any statement concerning the report that Andrew Carnegie was her father. Seattle, Oct. 12—Dr. Ford has been appointed president of the new health board. Tacoma, Oct. 12 — Chester Thorne, the millionaire hanker ainl his associates, have purchased the Alaska Coast Steamship Co. They have subscribed nothing to any of the other Reynolds enter prises. A ‘uiquerque, Oct. 11—'Jover nor Curry who is verv intimate with President Roosevelt, an iiminees that the president will accept another nomination, pro vid'd it is an unanimous one. Tacoma, Oct. 12—The chamber of commerce announces that it will not purchase any stock in the Alaska Home Railway, as they consider they have done sufficient bv working up a transfer of the options onthe Alaska Coast Co. Winnipeg, Oct. 12—Explorer Osborn, of the San Francisco Times, who just returned from Labrador, brings on account of cannibalism, wholesale murder and awful privation at St. James hay. All of the food of the inhabitants "as exhausted and on account of the particularly severe winter the game was driven from the country. White men killed their women and ate them and the natives mur dered whole families to furnish food. Seattle, Oct. 12—The board of health has been removed by the mayor and Seattle now has no f-uch acting body. A mass meet ing will probably he called by the citizens to denounce the peevish action of the mayor. New York, Oct. 14 — The supreme court has issued an order requiring Senator Piatt to tile an answer within ten days io tin divorce suit of Mae Woods, or he will be adjudged a bigamist. Victoria, Oct. 14 —Owing to tin short catch of sealskins t!.i~ season the prices have advanced lo ] t-r cent. Vancouver, Wash.. Oct. II — Robert Willi ams. son of Congress man Williams, of Mississippi, was yesterday acquitted of the charge of passing a worthless cheek. lie was defended in the ease hy t'nii gressman Cushman. William' is a remittance man and expecting funds would he at hi' di'p -'.il. drew a cheek an l cashed it here. Chicago, Oct. 1 I — \\ ln at opened on the hoard of trade this morn ing at 1.10 per hushed as the re sult of an attempt being made hy Ogden Armour and .lames Fatten to corner the market. San Francisco. Oct. 11—A wire less message has heen received iron the Australian steamer Maripo'U which was four days ov» (due. suit ing slit* is heipless mu l.uielred miles out from the co.tsU hiving run out of old Help ir.s «».*»*i» dispatciied to t In* \ 1 Sail Kranei.-eo, O l. la— Harii* man wiles u> redti'e ilie for*-e i employees in *v rv department He sa vs the money market i- -" stringent that these changes will he necessary. 1 hou.-and, win he effected l*v the order. It is gener ally believed that tin.- is a move on Harriman’- part to di-eredii Roosevelt and hi- policie, Detroit, Oct. I 1-('hie? go won the game Saturday from the De troit team-, ending the series and giving Chicogo the chain piou-hip | of the world. I he batteries t'oi Chicago were Brown and Kling. for Detroit Mulliu and Sehmhz. Seattle, Oct. 14—The steamer ; Portland arrived thi- morning from Valdez. She was unable to land at Katalla owing to the fierce gtorm wldch wa, raging. Fifty passenger, who c ime out to b ><r i 1 the Portland in a -mail boat were ! nearly drowned getting aboard. Los Angeles O-t 1 I—Tin- jury in the Saute Fe ca-< > n-turned a verdict la,t night of guiPy of re ! bating. It »■- ojipceted tnal n‘“ ’maximum fine, which will •>: . e I a million dolu.rs, w id '• ( again,t the company. Los Angeles, Oct. 1-! — Poisoned candy and a homh I a- Keen mailed to Mrs. William Pearce hv some unknown party, and an effort made to throw suspicion on Helen Mat l.ewson, who would he the heiress in Uie rase of Mr.- Pearce - death. A negro named. Barr Har ris, who was recently disehargid hv Mi-- Mathew.-on. is suspected of having sent tin* poison. Helena, Oct. 1 I—1 he Bell Tele phone To., has -farted suit against the i . gr.iphers union for $75,000 damages, claimed to have heen su.-faiiied a- a n-,-uit of flu* recent li >vcof t. S.-anle, Oct. li—Tile Seattle en .; u .■» (>; Uevnolds, represelll ii:g $7- ,0 ‘I dehfs. Lada meeting la.-tCighf and -ippoiutei a » om niiMee *\ i > h is ;o investigate tile .Iii• v mods was | resell* :it the met iimr anil said it thev would allow iiim time he could ea.-iiv Iliiet ill indebtedness. 1 he eiedi t • •; - ,'h weij no disposition to erud.aed it is now Mill'd that no r« et aer u ;11 1 *e applied for New i ;. <);. 1 1—.1 tin me ( mil lev has heeJi a|>['0;o:,.l 11 ■ ■ i • i \ t r -»»I the < ‘ o *: i j i ; 1 i v »V Judo.mm tail toad on petiii mot i’hi ,p Van Wyck. l’l.e ohjret ot apjdvii.it fora re ceiver was to pit v ■: ’ the ' tie ot the ro.ld on a judgment which has iieen secured a*, a ins! it. I’hc re ceiver h is petitioned for a permis sion to issue receivers certificates f r-f"tt».(iO) to pay the 'minin' nt. Bo-ton, Oct. 1 l—Considerable excitement ha- Been < a used in this section bv the news of the Alaska Home Kailwav trouble a' Valdez, a.- there are nearly 1700 stock holders Ot the Key Holds Alaska Development ('o. ill this state Dr. kejstier. vio -president of the coin* ‘jianv. s.iVs the (• ue'/en’neini inter ests are responsible tor the trouble a.- they prevented the sale of Alas ka Home stock in Seattle and 1 aroma. lit- says the licynolds Alaska Company will stand behind the railway and see that all debts are met. Bhiladelphu, Or . Id—Al. Kauf man knocked out Dave Barry la-t hi-dil iii the third round of a fi^dit, which was all on - sided. Barry was entirely outclassed. Vit !iii;i, Oct. 1 1 — Frances .Joseph i- -nil in a very critical condition, i; beiri^ thought that lie would not - irvivc the n tv 1I-* i- snlVerim/ I.o.n inhumation ot toe liver. i!> mu, Oct. 14—During the Ilia of William Sloane for th • shooting of Charh s Mallory, who was hi> wife’s paramour. Judge Clifford made some remarks to Sloane complimenting him highly on following out the unwritten law ami punishing Mallory. Yokol D!ii:i, Out. 11—l'he .Japan ese government has issued orders % i that not to exceed .’*•"> Japanese per | mouth will he allowed to iinnii i grate to Ha waii. Seattle, Oct. il — Michael White has started suit against tie Kov nolds*.'h ska Development Co. : for $12,1N), alhging that dur iier his absence from Seward, the Devtlopuieni Co. purchased ■ iumher at hi> yards from the watchman, paving much less than o-t for t he same (ilover-ville, Kv., <>et. Id—The home (,f Frank (Hover burned to 'Hie ground last night, cremating live young girls, daughters of lilover, and the father, wh » was caught while attempting to rescue ilie girl.-. Seattle, <M. 11 — Idle Alaska | (d»a-t t o. !ia- canceled the charter ■ it the strainer Santa Barbara, which just returned from a trio to Vaide/ with railroad supplies. New York, Oct. Id—llie tele graphers report that they have plenty of money to continue their st i ike. They say Small’s state ment that they were unahle to pay t h<dr hills was untrue St. Petersburg, Oct. Id—lien. Linovitch lias notified his govern ment that the Japanese are pre paring for war in Manchuria. They | are secret mg tons of a tmunition jin tin* guise of merchandise on I properties purchased from the j Chinese near Vladivostok!;. I lie general i- confident that a few month- will see fighting again in Manchuria. Vienna, Oct. Id Francis Joseph is much weaker and the authori i tics are preparing for his death. i'he movement which will proha I h!v he made iiiimediatidv alter his * * ! death to dismember Austria and Hungary. will he promptly sipielched by Hie ollieials. Chicago, Oct. Id—I he executive ollice of the telegraphers union has heen flooded with messages today congratulating the union on the suspension of President Small. The rnpression is general that he is a traitor to the organiz lion.