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Initial Work of the Western WesternArmy WesternArmy VesternArmy
Army Maneuvers ManeuversUNIQUE ManeuversUNIQUE ManeuversUNIQUE
Sharp Conflict Co t Among ong the Hills of Kan Kansas KansasDurin ¬ 1 1sas
sas sasDurin ° Durn During ts tstween Next Two Weeks Be Between Between ¬
tween Americans Ame cans and Enemy EnemyJUNCTION EnemyJUNCTiOX EnemyJUNCTION
JUNCTION CITY Kan Sept 29 29Xear 29Xear1y 29Nearly Near Nearly ¬
ly 7000 men will engage in sharp con conflict conflict = on onfiict ¬
flict among the hills of Kansas Kansas during the thenext thenext theneat
next two weeks In fact the army armymaneuvers armymaneuvers armymaneuvers
maneuvers have already already begun Half Hal of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them will represent an enemy and half halfan haIr1n halfan
an < American defending force There will willbe willbe willbe
be the dashing charge of cavalry the thelaborious thelaborious thelaborious
laborious construction of pontoon pontoonbridges pontoonbridges pontoonbridges
bridges the exhausting march of in infantry Infantry infantry ¬
fantry and the rumble of artillery Over Overall Oerall Overall
all will 111 hang a cloud of dust and smoke smokeand smokeE Iand
E and from it will shoot the flame ofrapid of ofrapid ofrapid
rapid rapid firing guns and magazine rifle and andthe andthe andthe
the noiseof noise of battle will deafen the par participants P8rticipants participants ¬
ticipants The TheBatUe Battle of Fort Riley Rileywill Rileywill Rileywill
will be on onThe 01The onThe
The concentration camp at Fort Fort Riley Rileyhag Rile Rilehas Rileyhas
has been a busy scene for a week Troops Troopshave Troopsha Troopshave
have ha ve arrived nearly every hour during duringthe duringLbe duringthe
the day and all the regular troops to totake totake totake
take part In the army maneuvers which whichbegin wlIi whichbegin < h hbeglnIonday
begin beglnIonday Monday are in camp Besides the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops that came by train from forts all allover allover allover
over the the country country 1168 men from Fort FortLeaTenworth Fort1eaveworth FortLeavenworth
LeaTenworth Kan have arrived having hav having ha haIng ¬
ing made the march overland The con concentration concentration concentration ¬
centration centration camp extends from the the hos hospital hospltall1t hospital ¬
pital pltall1t at the post to the old State House Houseon HouseOn HouseOn
on Pawnee Flats The camp headquar headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
ters next to the hospital and campusof campus campusof campusot
of of the various vari9us organizations string out outfor outtor outfor
for several miles to the northeast northeastOfficers northeastOfficers northeastOfficers
Officers have selected important prob problems problems problems ¬
lems to be worked out In the maneuversThe maneuvers maneuversThe maneuversThe
The report of the board of officers has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been kept secret as the troops engaged engagedare engagedare engagedare
are to be divided Into a hostile and de defensive deensfve defensive ¬
fensive force and it is therefore incumbent incum incumbent incumbent ¬
bent on o the War Department to maintain maintainan
> an entirely neutral attitude attitudeSome attitudeSome attitudeSome
Some Interesting I teesting Problems ProblemsSpeoiaf Pro ProblemsSpeoiat lemS lemSSpedl
Speoiaf Spedl f attention att on is to be directed tin tinthe in inthe In Inthe
the coming comIngexerclses exercises to communication communicationand com communicationand unicaUo1 unicaUo1and
and one oneo of the maneuvers maneuvers will include includethe includethe includethe
the attacking att ck ng of 6f a a wagon agon train The Thedefense Thedelense Thedefense
defense will send out a wagon train andthe and andthe andthe
the enemy will be given so many hours hoursin hoursIn hoursin
in in which to overtake and capture or or de destroy destroy destroy ¬
stroy It lL This maneuver which willtake will willtake wIlltake
take place on Tuesday will b be bi the oc occasion o ocasion occasion ¬
casion of warm warm fighting The convoy convoywill conoywIlt convoywill
R will b be guarded by b the defense eense troops troopsand troopsand
and theirs will be the work of wardingoff warding wardingoff wardingoff
off the attacks of the enemy and landing landingthe landingthe landingthe
the wagon wagon In safety at its destinationi destination destinationMore destinationMore
i More spectacular than the attacking attackingof
of the convoy convoy will be the maneuver set setfor setfor setfor
for October 6 6 It Involves the defenseand defense defenseandjattack defenseIJ
andjattack and IJ < tJt attack k t of ofmx t as an Imaginary position A Ahill Ali111
hill bill on on the reservation will be fortified fortifiedby fortifiedby
by earthworks earthworks and and a force force of volunteers volunteersand volunteersand olunteersand
and regulars will be be charged with itsdefense its itsdefense itsiefense
defense An equal force will constitutethe constitute constitutethe constitutethe
the attack Observers will be stationed stationedoutside stationedontside stationedoutside
outside the earthworks as umpiresWien umpires umpiresWhen umpiresben
When ben a battery of oartillery artillery has has been beenunder beenunder beenunder
under under fire for a certain length of timethey time timethey tinethey
they will be adjudged disabled and theobservers the theobservers theobseners
observers will signal for them to retireUnless retire retireUnless retireUnless
Unless the fort is taken within a cerLama cer certain certaIn ¬
tain time the attacking force will therefore there therelore tberefor
lore for have been retired by the umpires umpiresand umpiresand umpiresand
and the enemy defeated defeatedEngineers ddeatedEngineers defeatedEngineers
Engineers have been been provided withample with withample withample
ample work work by the board which recommended rec recommended recommended ¬
ommended they be called upon to con construct construct construct ¬
struct a modern field bridge on on Oc October Oct October ¬
tober t ber 3 and a a pontoon bridge on the theday thear theday
day ar following oJto ing In addition to their joInt joinmaneuvers joIntmaneuvers jointmaneuvers
maneuvers with the other branches ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the service serviceThe senIeeThe serviceThe
The regular forces that are to engage engageIn 6ngagein engagein
In the Fort Riley maneuvers began their theirseries theirexercises theirexercises
exercises to or three days ago wIth a aseries aseries
series of drills They will 111 be kept con constantly constantly constantly ¬
stantly in the field until October 8 whenthe when whenthe whenthe
the maneuvers are to be closed with iththe iththebatt1e thebattle the thebattle
battle of af r Fort 1ort Riley In which all the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops will engage engage divided into an ataclting at attacking a atackIng ¬
tacking and a defending force forceStrategical forceStrategical rce rceStrategical
Strategical and tactical problems willbe will willbe wIllbe
be worked out on the field The former formerare form formare formerare
are intended to teach officers and men menThe menhe menthe
The he best method of coming up with an anenemy anenemy anenemy
enemy and the latter the formation andthe and andthe andhe
the he manner in which the attack attack shall shallhe shallbe shallbe
be made or the defense be offered offeredThe offeredThe offeredThe
The details of projected operations operationswere operationswere operationswere
were planned by a board consisting of ofCol oCCo ofCot
Cot Co C C Carr Fourth Cavalry Col ColGeorge ColGeorge ColGeorge
George B Rodney Artillery Corps CoL CoLArthur CoLrthur CoLArthur
Arthur rthur L L Wagner assistant adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutantgeneral adjutantgeneral
general and Major ajor J W McClernand McCIernandadjutant McClernandadjutant McClernandadjutant
adjutant generals departmentTroops department departmentTroops departmenLTroops
Troops Engaged in the Game GameThe GameThe GameThe
The regular re lar troops that will he en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged In working orking out the problems underconsideration under underconsideration underconsideration
consideration will include the First Bat Battalion Battalion Battalion ¬
talion of Engineers Headquarters Band Bandfirst BandFirst Bandrirst
first and Second Squadrons Fourth FourthCavalry FourthCavalry FourthCavalry
Cavalry Third Squadron Eighth Cav Cavalry Cavalry Cavalry ¬
alry Sixth Seventh Nineteenth Twen TwenI Twena
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tieth and Twentysixth Batteries Field FieldArtillery FieldArtillery FieldArtillery
Artillery Headquarters Band and andtwelve andtwcle andtwelve
twelve companies Twentysecond Twentys ond Infantry Infan Infantry lnfantry ¬
try Headquarters Band and Eighteenth EighteenthInfantry EighteenthInfantry EighteenthInfantry
Infantry with the exception o1 oT 0 Go Company CompanyL pany panyL
L and detachments of th the signal ignal corps corpsand cotS cotSand coreand
and hospital corps corpsThe corpsTbe corpsThe
The National Guard will be represent represented ¬
ed by two regiments of infantry infanfr and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two batteries of field artillery fromKansas from fromKansas fromKansas
Kansas and one battalion each from fromArkansas fromArkansas fromArkansas
Arkansas and an Colorado ColoradoTlese ColoradoTIese ColoradoThese
These troops added to the regular regularforce regular regularforce regularforce
force will form a division which willbe will willbe wflIbe
be under the command of o MaJ faj Gen JohnC John JohnC JobnC
C Bates commanding general of the theDepartment tbeDeprrtmcnt theDepartment
Department of the Mississippi An of officer offleer ofSeer ¬
Seer fleer of of the grade of brigadier general generalwill generalwin generalwill
will be assigned to command one of thebrigades the thebrigades I IbrigRdes
brigades to be formed The staff Gen General General General ¬
eral Bates has selected consists of the thefollowing thefonowing thefollowing
following officers officersMaj OmCHSlaJ owcersMaj
Maj laJ J WMcClornand W McClornand adjutant geij geijeral ge geeral gen4eral
eral Lieut Col S C Mills tiIls Inspector Inspectorgeneral Inspictorgene inspectorgeneral
general gene l Capt C B Baker chief quartermaster quar quartermaster quartermaster ¬
termaster Capt H J Gallagher chief chiefcommissary chiefcommissary chiefcommissary
commissary Lieut Col John Van R RHeff RHoff IL ILHoff <
Hoff deputy surgeon general and Major MajorG lajorG
G P Striven chief signal officer officerA officerA officerA
A Hospital on the Feld FeldIn Fe1dIn FeldIn
In the maneuvers Lieutenant Colonel ColonelHoff Colonel tolonelHoff
Hoff will be assisted by Capt Frederick FrederickP
P Reynolds and three contract surgeonsbesides surgeons surgeonsbesides surgecnsbesidls
besides the medical officers on duty with withseveral vithseeral withseveral
several regiments A division of the theHospital tMHcspital theHospital
Hospital Corps numbering sixty men menwill ilenwUl menwill
will be under Colonel Hoi HOls s direction directionFORT directionFORT directionFORT
Plans have been prepared prepare vr 1r r the erec erectkra erection erection
tion of two double buildings bu dlngs to be used usedas usedas usedas
as officers quarters at Fort MyerNum MyerNumerous Myer Num Numerous Xumerous ¬
erous other buildings are about to be beerected beerected beerected
erected at the post It Is said that with within within within ¬
in a year Fort Myer will be one of of f the themost themost themost
most complete army posts in the United UnitedStates UnItedStates UnitedStates
States StatesRecently StatesRecently StatesRecently
Recently a new water service wss was in introduced Introduced introduced
troduced at the place The new system systemi systemfurnishcs s stem stemfurnishes
i furnishes water to the second and third thirdetorles thirdstorIes thirdstories
storIes of the buildings the old service servicehaving servicehaving servicehaving
having been unable to carry the water waterhigher waterhigher
higher than the first floor The largetank large largetank
tank which holds the supply Is located locatedon j jon I Ion
on a high steel trestleDuring trestle trestleDuring
During the past two months a great greatchange greatcbange greatchange
change has take nplace at the post New Newstables Newstables
stables soldiers quarters and store storehouses storehouses storehouses I
I houses have ve been built One of the theroost themost themost
I IIntroductIon
most important improvements improvem Dt5 is the i iintroduction
introduction of electric lighting into the thehouses thehouses i
houses OiISes and along the thoroughfares I I
Candidates Dominic I Mur Murphy iVurphy Murphy ¬
phy and L L P Shoemaker ShoemakerMay ShoemakerMay ShoemakerMay
May Have Decided to toThrow toThrov toThrow
Throw Their Influence Influenceor Influencetor Influencenor
nor or Him HimSome HimSome HimSome
Some Other New Factor in inthe inthe inthe
the Boom of of ExPresident ExPresidentClevelands ExPresidentClevelands ExPresidentClevelands
Clevelands Friend Makes MakesHis MakesHis MakesHis
His Boomers Smile Today TodayThe
The friends of A A Wilson Marshal Marshalof Iarshalot
of the District under President Cleve Cleveland Cleeland Cleveland ¬
land have begun a new campaign to land landhim landhim landhim
him the District Commissionership to tosucceed tosucceed tosucceed
succeed the late John W V Ross RossIt RossIt RossIt
It is said that at least two prominentcandidates prominent prominentcandidates prominentcandidates
candidates Messrs Dominic I Murphy Murphyand Murphyyand olurphyand
and Louis P Shoemaker have gone so sofar sofar
far as to promise to withdraw in his hisfavor hisfaor hiss hisfavor I
favor faor if there Is the s slightest lfghtest intima intimation Inthnation intitBation ¬
tion that his candidacy is looked upoi upoiwith UpOLwith uporwith
with favor favorSome faorSome favorSome
Some other encouragement en ouragement has JJesn JJesngiven lJengien besngiven
given the Wilson boom but what it is isno isno isno
no one outsidehis outside his most intimate intimatefriends intimatefriendsscorns friends friendsseems frlendsseeID5
seems to understand At any rate it iti Is Isbeyond s sbeyond
i beyond question that the Wilson boom boomwas boomI boomwas
i was the th one to the front around the District Dis District DisI ¬
I trict Building and the City Hall today todayOffice todayi todayOffice
i Office Vacant Two Months MonthsThe Monthsi MonthsThe
i The situation at the District Building Build Building BuildI
I ing is growing almost tlmost desperate for forwant forI forwant
want of a new Commissioner r It is now nowthree nowthree nowthree
three months since Commissioner Ross Rosswas RossI Rosswas
was taken 111 and two months since his hisI hisdeatk hisdeath
I death MoreoFer Moreover these events ents took tookplace tooklace tookplace
place lace at the beginning 0 of the fiscal year yearAt I
At that hat time contracts for new public publicwork publicwork publicwork
work are undertaken and the larger largerj largerproJects largerprojects
j projects provided for under the appro appropriations appropriatlons appropriations ¬
priations priatlons are inaugurated inauguratedThe InauguratedThe inauguratedThe
The major part of this work has been beenat beenat beenat
at a standstill since July 1 and there thereIt thereit thereit
It will remain until the President sees
fit to appoint the third Commissioner Commissioner to tosign tosign tosign
sign upward of 150 waiting contracts contractsThe contractsTh contractsThe
The Th The embarrassment which the Engin Engineer Engineer Engineer ¬
eer Department in particular has suf suffered suffered suffered ¬
fered from the delay is very treat reat In Inaddition InaddItion Inaddlticn
addition to that contractors material materialmen materIalmen materialmen
men and others all along the line have haveencountered hlveencountered haveencountered
encountered considerable loss One of ofthese oftbese ofthese
these speaking rather forcibly today todaysaid todaysai todaysaid
said sai
The President seems to think that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Government of the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia is of about as much much importance importanceas
as a crossroads postofflce in Arkansas ArkansasXotwitbstanding ArkansasNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the new hope In the theeyes theeyes theeyes
eyes of the Wilson boomers the other othercandidates othercandidates
candidates and their friends are very veryactive veryactive ery eryactin
active > Since the return of the Presi President PresIdent President ¬
dent though ill and unable to take up upimportant upimportant upimportant
important questions those intrusted intrustedwith Intrmtedwith intrustedwith
with the fortunes of the several candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates for the position are making preparations prep preparations preparations ¬
arations to charge on the White House Houseas Houseas Houseas
as soon as there is the first indication indicationthat Indicationthat indicationthat
that he is ready read to receive = them themThree themThr themThree
Three Thr Strong Names NamesThere NamesThere NamesThere
There have been three men who were wereregarded wereregarded wereregarded
regarded as having the strongest call on onthe onthe onthe
the position These are re Mr H L West WestMr WestMr WestMr
Mr Creed M Fulton and Mr W V Cox CoxIt CoxIt CoxIt
It is now intimated that the claims of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these candidates are so strong that the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President has been staggered by them themand themand themand
and Is 1 practically unable to decide on onany onanyone onany
any anyone one of them themConfronted themC themConfronted
Confronted C ntronted by this situaticm siluatiOl i the idea ideaearly ide ideearly ideaearly
early presented resent d Itself to the President Presidentso resi ent
so it is said Id that th t he must choose out outside outside outside ¬
side of this t Is combination It is is known knownpositively knownposltlelY knownpositively
positively that tlUttthePresldent the President has offer offered otrered offered ¬
ed the place place to tc > two men mE outside this thistriumvirate thl1triumvirate thletriumvirate
triumvirate two eminent lawyers Mr MrJere MrJere tr trJere
Jere Wilson and Mr J J Darlington DarlingtonBoth DarlingtonBoth DarlingtonBoth
Both of these gentlemen declined declinedAnother decUn declinedAnother > d dAnoth
Another Anoth I group of candidates ca dldates has con contained contained contained ¬
tained the names of Mr Ir A A Wilson WilsonMr WilsonMr VllsonMr
Mr Dominic I L Murphy llurDhyand and Mr L P PShoexnaker PShoemaker PShoemaker
Shoemaker The friends of thfsemen thfsemenhave thfsem thesemenhave n nhae
have been very ery active In their support supportand supportand supportand
and it is said their backers include poli politicians polIticians pollticians ¬
ticians influential Catholics and busi business busIness buslness ¬
ness men
Backed by Cleveland ClevelandThe ClevelandThe ClevelandThe
The candidacy of Mr r Wilson Wl1sonhas has been beenparticularly beenparticularly beenparticularly
particularly strong at all times his hisbacking hisbacking hisbacking
backing Including Incl ling no less a factor ia tor < than thanexPresident tba1exPresident thanexPresident
exPresident Cleveland
Situation at District Build Buildins Building Buildins
ins Growing Almost Des Desperate Desperate Desperate ¬
perate for Want of a Third ThirdCommissioner Thirdommissoner Thirdcommissioner
Commissioner ommissoner to SignContracts Sign SignContracts SignContracts
Contracts ContractsWork Contractsrork Contracts1ork
Work at a Standstiil Since Sincethe Sincethe Sincethe
the Beginning of the Fis Fiscal Fiscal Fiscal ¬
cal Year Especially in the theEngineer theEngineer theEngineer
Engineer Department DepartmentNow
Now with its new accession of sup support support support
port it is attracting attract 1 much attention attentionOne attentionOne 1 1One
One new acquisition to the list of ofcandidates ofcandidates
candidates c ndidltes today was Mr 11 James F FScaggs FScaggs FScaggs
iMr I Ilr
Scaggs the attorney attorneyMr
Mr lr Scaggs is indorsed for the Com Commissionership CommIssIonership Commissionership ¬
missionership by the South Washington WashingtonCitizens WashingtonCitizens WashingtonCitizens
Citizens Association of which he Is Ispresident Isprealdent ispresident
president and by numerous members 0 oCongress oi oiCongress I ICongress
Congress including Representatives RepresentativesIrwin RepresentativesIrwin
Irwin and Morse of Kentucky and at atleast atleast atleast
least three eminent emii ent Senators it is said saidHqa J JHon IHon
Hon William I1l1am F Dougherty repre representing ¬ iseating i isent
seating sent ng the Oyster Bay district In the theNew theNew I
New York State Assembly and other othermen othermen othermen
men strong In business and politics are arealso arealso I Ialso
also his friends The title companiesand companies companiesand
and financial Institutions of the city citywould citywould citywould
would not oppose Mr Scaggs selection selectionhis selectionhis
his friends say eayMr sarIT sayMr
Mr IT Scaggs is fortyeight years of age ageHe ageHe
He was born and has spent his life In Inthis inthis inthis I
this this city He was educated in the pub public publIc publie ¬
lic school and anI from 1873 until 1836 18S6served 1896served 1 1served
served In Inthe the Government Printing PrlntingOfilce Office Officeas Officeas I
as apprentice and compositor spending spendinghis spendin5hIs spendinghis
his leisure hours In studying law during dur during durIng ¬
ing the last three years of his labor laborthere laborthere laborthere
there graduating from the Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity GeorgetownUIersfty GeorgetownUniversity
University Law School He received the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university faculty cash prize for gen general general general ¬
eral proficiency as a student studentHe studentHe studentHe
He was admitted to the bar In 18S7 18S7and 188 188and 1887and
and has since engaged in the practice or orhls 0 0hIs oills
hls hIs profession meeting with gratifying gratifyingsuccess gratifyingsuccess gratifyingsuccess
success successHis successis successHis
His is supporters suppqr ers say saylr Mr Scaggs has bet better be better ¬
I ter t than th a fighting gb Ung chance for getting gettingthe gettingthe gettingthe
the Commissionership
Dedication Exercises to Be BeDenominational BeDenominational BeDenominational
Denominational DenominationalThe
The feast of dedication marking the theopening theopening theopening
opening uf f the Temple Baptist Church Churchcorner Churchcorner Churchcorner
corner of Tenth and N N Streets north northwest northcst northwest ¬
west cst wall be continued with appropri appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
ate services this evening Tonights ex exercises exerckes exercises ¬
ercises will be of a denomiantional denomiantionalcharacter denomIanUonalchnrlcter denonsiantionalcharacter
character and the th Hon W S Shallen Shallenberger Shallenberger Shallenberger
berger Second e ond Assistant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGlneral PostmasterGeneral
General and moderator moderatorbf f > f the Columbia ColumbiaBaptist ColumbiaBaptist ColumbiaBaptist
Baptist Association will ill preside Pastors Pas Pastors Pastor ¬
tors tor of other Baptist churches of this thisand thisand thisand
and other cities will make addresses addressesThere addressesThere addressesThere
There will Ill be aa interdenomlantlonal interdenomiantionaimeeting interdenomlantlonalmeeting interdenomiantionlllmeeting
meeting tomorrow evening and other otherservices othersenices otherservices
services will iUbe be held on Wednesday WednesdayThursday WednesdayThurFday WednesdayThursday
Thursday and Friday evenings On Onnext Onnext Onnext
next Sunday the sixteenth anniversary anniversaryof
of the church will be celebrated with withservices wIthsernces withservices
services at 930 and 11 a m and at atS30
S30 and and 730 p mYesterdays m mYesterdays ntYesterdays
Yesterdays dedicatory dedlcaioIYservices services of thenew the thenew thenew
new church were marked by religious religiousfervori religIousfervor religiousfervors
fervor and enthusiasm and there there were werelarga werelargA werelarge
larga congregations at each of the meetIngs meetings meet meetings ¬
ings A large sum of money where wherewith wherewith wherewith ¬
with to defray the expenses and run running runnlng running ¬
ning debts of the church was raised at atthe atthe atthe
the services Addresses were made by bythe bythe bythe
the Rev O P Gifford pastor of the theDelaware theDelucare theDelaware
Delaware Avenue Baptist Church Buffalo Buf Buffalo Buffalo ¬
falo N 1 Y the Hon H B F Macfar Macfarland Macfarland Macfarland
land president of the Board of Commis Commissioners CommlssIommiMes Commissioners ¬
sioners sIommiMes Messrs B H Warner rarner S < W WWoodward WWoodward Yo YoWoodward
Woodward and Merrill errm E Gates ex expresident expresIdent expresident
president of Amherst College CollegeThe ColiegeThe CollegeThe
The officers of the church are as as fol folio follows follows ¬
io lows lowsJ lowsJ wsr wsrJ
J J T Muir pastor F S Delaad D bnd clerk clerkP clerkP lerk lerkP
P L L Webb treasurer deacons William WilliamFletcher WllliunFletcher WilliamFletcher
Fletcher Fletcher F F A Roderick F S Deland DelandD
D C Grayson Thomas Flint H C Haz Hazard Hazardand Hazard ¬
ard ardand and E T FenwIck Sunday school schoolCharles gchoolCharles schoolCharles
Charles N Richards RlcbardssuperIntendent RlcbardssuperIntendentYoung superintendent superintendentYoung superintendentYoung
Young Peoples s Society of Christian Endeaver En Endeavor Endea ¬
deavor dea or Thomas Brock president La Ladies Ladles Ladies ¬
dies Social Circle Mrs rrs Edwin Shuffle Shuffiepresident Shumepresident Shufflepresident
president Ladles Missionary SocietyMrs Society SocietyMrs Soclet SocletMrs
Mrs Charles Meyens president Trus Trustees Trustees Truetees ¬
tees William Fletcher chairman H C CJohnson CJohnson CJohnson
Johnson secretary secretary C N Richards RichardsCharles RichardsCharles RichardsCharles
Charles Werner B F F Shaw haw William WilliamHendersoa WilliamHendersoa Vll1lamHendersolI
Hendersoa and N A Strait Strait Building Buildingcommittee Buildingcommittee Buildingcommittee
committee Charles Werner chairman chairmanF
F S Deland secretary William Fletch Fletcher Fletcher ¬
er Charles R Richards B BF F F Shaw ShawTVllliani Shawl11am ShaerWilliam
TVllliani l11am Henderson Fred BeaU F A ARoderick ARoderIck ARoderick
Roderick E E A Muir E EJI T Fenwlck FenwlckT
T v = i C Johnson and J J Muir
1OF OF FOOMLIST 8ffl 8fflPhysicians GAGERPhysicians 1 1Physicians
Physicians Say Injury to HisSpine His HisSpine HisSpine
HARTFORD ColIn Sept 29 29The 29Theconditlonof 29Thecondition The Thecondition
condition conditlonof of Rose Oager Oeg r who was hurt hurtIn hurtIn hurtin
In a football game bore Saturday Is Isworse isorse s sworse
worse orse and and no hope of recovery is 1 held heldout heldouL heldout
out outHis
His spine was as fractured In a a game be between b btween between ¬
tween th the East Hartford H rtferd High School Sehooiand Schooland Schooland
and the Gastoabury team The injured injuredboy injur Injuredboy d dboy
boy is the son of Mrs Alice S Gager Gagerwho Gagerwho Gagerwho
who lives In Glastonbury aDd B he is employed em employed employed ¬
ployed by the Hartford Insurance In rance Com Campang Company Comp ¬
pang pany p 1Y of this city He is sixteen tJbte n years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and graduated last June from theGlastonbury the theGlastonbury theGlastonbury
Glastonbury Academy AcademyThe AcademyThe ocademyThe
The injury was received at the end endof en enof ensof
of the first half when the two teams teamscame teamscame teamscame
came together in a mass play The Theplayers Theplayers Theplayers
players piled upon top of one another anotherwho anotherand anotherand
and when they got up th the Gager boy 001who boywho
who was at the bottom did not nottnove nottnoveand move moreand moveand
and it was seen that his head was badly badlytwisted badlytwisted badlytwisted
twisted to to one side William Kelleherwhose Kelleher Kelleherwhose Kelleherwhose
whose bead was cut gas tease unconscious unconsciousIfor une < rpselous rpseloustor loos loosfor
Ifor for soma time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Gager boy was la Ina a bad condition conditionyesterday conditiony conditionyesterday
yesterday y sterda His pulse was MM and ha hahad halad hahad
had a fever There Th re is no feeling In his hisbody hiSbody hisbody
LOS ANGELES ANGELES GELES Gal CaU Sept 2S ftChar1es ftChar1esMeadows 3tCharlesMeadows Charles CharlesMeadows
Meadows better better known as Arizona ArizonaCharley ArizonaCharley ArizonaCharley
Charley has forwarded to td President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt a unique invitat invitauon Invitill on n to join joinhis jolJhIs joinhis
his expedition expedItion to Tibnron T Tiburon buron Island off + ho hocoast hocoast hacoast
coast of Mexico in the gulf of Lower LowerCalifornia Low LowerCalifornia l lCamornla
California Into the interior of which hieh it itIs itIs itis
Is said no white man has ever pene penetrated penetrated Jene JenetratedThe ¬
trated tratedThe The invitation Is written on the thescalp thesc thescalp
scalp sc lp of an Apache Indian the text being beingInscribed beingInscrlbd beinginscribedon
Inscribed inscribedon on a small metal shield riv rivetcd riv riveted riveted ¬
eted to the scalp scalpThe scalpThe scalpThe
The scalp Is that of an Apache chief chieftain chen chieftain ¬
tain n named Juan Dazen who ho with sixty sixtyof sixtyof sixtyof
of his redskins raiders was killed at atCanyon atCanyon atCanyon
Canyon Creek In 1884 by a party of ofthirty orthirty ofthirty
thirty men composed of the Tewksbury Tewksburybrothers Tewksburybrothers Tewksburybrothers
brothers the Meadows r a qwsbr9t brothers rs and a anumber anumbe1 anumber
number of cow co punchers JUIlchers
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