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fi BON CARLOS CARLOSlit CARLOSTHE GARLOSTHEPRTCNOER
lit THEPRTCNOER THEPRTCNOERa PRETENDER PRETEiESi PRETEiESAs i
As jasin a 9sin sin Makes akes Attempt Attemptat
at f t Murder in Venice VeniceStreet VeniceStreet VeniceStreet
Street StreetBULLET StreetBuLLET
BULLET BuLLET BETM hL MISSES S SCulprit E S THE T E MARK MARKCulprit MARK MARKCulprit MA R
Culprit A Makes lak akes s His Escape EscapeAdventurous EscapA EscapeAdventurous
Adventurous A venturous Career Care r of otIntended ofIntended ofIntended
Intended Victim VictimVENlCjSept V VictimVklN1ClSept J ti 111 111VJCNldSept
VENlCjSept VJCNldSept 21 IAn An An attempt attempt wa wamad w wmadr vmad
mad on the life of Don Carlo CarloSpanish Carl Carlosi the theSpnnlsh theSpanish
Spanish pretender pnteAd th thlsmorAI4 this moraiI tnoratag Don DonCarlos DonCarl Dontarlos
Carlos Carl va Ma a taking tkth his usual UllUaltrollhon mornlQe mornlQestroll naorftttg6stroll
stroll trollhon whoa an unknown kfto man flied a atol pts ptstol pitttol
tol at him The bullet missed its mark markThe markThe markThe
The wouldbe ausaiihi a escapedDon escaped escapedDon e eaped eapedDon
Don Carlos Cat < loa the pretender to the thethrono thethrono thethrong
throno of Spain is aged Jlftyfour ftttyfo He Heis HeIs
is s a descendant of Carlos IV king of ofSpain orSpain ofSpain
Spain through Carlo V while the pres present pre prelout present ¬
ent boy b king IB h a II Ascendant tJe cendant of the thesame thes1mo thesame
same monarch through throu h Ferdinand VII VIIThe VILThe VIIThe
The pretenders pret nders full title is Carlos CuriosMaria CarlosMaria CtiJosMarla
Maria de loa os Dolores < < Juan Isidore Josef JosefFrancesco JOHfFrancesco JosefFrancesco
Francesco Quirino Antonio Miguel Ga Gabriel Gabriel Gabrielduke ¬
briel brielduke duke of Madrid He claims under underthe underthe underthe
the specie law of succession established establishedby
by b Philip V to be the legitimate king klnl of ofSpain orSpain ofSpain
Spain He lives in a palace J Ir Vgnlce VgnlceIn V VenkeIn lce lceIn
In ISM he married his second wife wlf w + tfa xitPrincess xit t1lfPrJncectg i iPrincess
Princess Bertha de Rohan a descendant descendantof
of the old sovereign of Brittany Brittan His Hisonly Hisonly Hisonly
only son Don Jaime is s an officer In th thRusslan HIltUBalan thRussian
Russian army armyCarlos armyCarlot armyCarlos
Carlos has had an adventurous career careerlie MreerlIe careerHe
lie led his party on the field against againstSpain agahwtSpl againstSpain
Spain Spl n fought at Plevna for Russia was wasfcxpollod wasxpollod wa waexpofled s
fcxpollod from France in JSS1 8S1 and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been periodically po ofodlcall conspicuous in Europor Europe Europefor Europefor e
for or twentylive years yearsSTATUS years8TATS ears earsSTATUS
STATUS OF LYMAN LYMANB
B EEO R ESP EHIAkJ 4 4t 4cc n RY RYj RYAct
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Act cc dI o T hten4bY byG isOuTC our l on M motion o tfon on 01 01HcCfes ot o oiLcC 1 1Mcctes
HcCfes iLcC es Counsel CounselProsecu CounselProsecution Prosecu Prosecution ¬
tion Objects ObjectsThe ObjectsCHARL ObjectsCRARLOTTESVItdB
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CHARL CRARLOTTESVItdB < > TT8SVILLJ Vk Sept SeptTho Septj88 Septj88The
The ialllng of a a pacial gpeolal jury j Jur ry to t 6j 1 1the 35 35the 11 tf t tthe
the status of Lyman wu wa the th a8tfen a8tfentakon a jtfn jtfntakon Ugn Ugntakon
takon by b the judge jfosterday y + osterday 8trda upon themoUon themotion the themotion
motion of tho counsel for th the j prrlfOlMr prrlfOlMrFronk piitlbfarFrank rfon r rFrank
Frank Gilmer the Commonwealths attorney at attorney attorney ¬
torney opposed tho motion and assorted assortedhe aseertedhe aeser aeserhe
he was prepared to prove that Ijyman Ijymanwas LylDlUlas L Lwas Ys
was as a resident of the city cityMeCuo cityMcCuQ cityMcCue
MeCuo mad made several venl scenes IN the thecourt thecourt tit titcourt
court during the hearing yesterday ye lerday cry CI CI1nh
lug w when en mention w was made of hit wife wifeWhon witeWlton wifeWhoti
Whon HcCue entered he walked lLlk8d with witha w wa
a firm step and after sitting slttJ down bow bowed bo boNt bowcd ¬
ed to th the judge and spoke to several of ofhis orhi o ohis f
his hi friends His young ou son J William WilliamMcCue WHUamcCue Wlil WlilMcCue
McCue cCue went over to his father fatherkissed and amikissod andkllsod
kissed him twice t e before taking a seat seatby HAtby sealby t
by his h side On 0 th the other side 8kl of ofj the theaccused UteI
I accused a < cusod man sat t his brother Sdwwd IDdw IDdwMcCuo wd wdlcCuo ctrl
McCue lcCuo Other members of tto the family familywer famlbJe faMiiywore
wore wer Je In the building buildingWhite boildtogat baUd tag tagWhile
While thc tb crowd was not so largo largoat argo u uat
at tho hearing Tuesday a number of oCdies la ladles Iadies asm ¬
dies were la tit the gallery pJler Some or f them m
bad traveled a eonsMerablo dfetunct dt dietaaseattend taJMe to toaltond toaltond
altond attend the proeeedi proeeediPrisoner proeee4lnp proeee4lnpPrisoner prooeedlngaPrisoner
Prisoner Transacts Businesst Business
A nit + ber or persona seized the eppor epportunky 0 I i
unity t wh white lb XcCoe was to court oourtapcak to tojrpc toP
jrpc apcak P k to him about business bl Matters Matterswhich MatterJilek matte n nwhich r
which Jilek were In his hl hands at th the tint time of ofhis ofhis o ohis f
his arrant arrantHe a arrestfie rrut rrutHe
He talked to Ahem without excitement excitementand excitementand excitemenand t
and a aa a normal man under norms normsconditions normal normalconditions 1 I Icondltlon
conditions conditionsAt I IA
At A t the conclusion con lu lon of the arguments argumentsMcCue argumont argumontMcCue argumonMcCue to
McCue was wa taken back to Jail and hl hili h la 0 0counsel
counsel appeared satisfied tlefted with the resuit re result result ¬
sult of f their tacticsSo tactics tacticsSo tactiClfSo
So far as the prosecution prO ecution is concerned cone rated
little difficult difficulty Is anticipated antletp ted in proving g 0 0Lnm
Lymans Lnm n eligibility oll lblUty After this is estab e tal ¬
lished Jl hed the defense dte it la said ald will willobllged be beobliged beoh1Jged
obliged to agree to a date for the be beginning bt btginning b bof e ¬
ginning of the real trial trialIt trialIt
It is anticipated that after the Lyman Lymanmatter Lymanmatter Lymamatter n
matter is settled Mr McCues McCue counsel counselwill coup coupwill set
will m offer a dilatory dilator motion The dela delay r
Is greatly increasing Incr lng the impatience Impatiencethe of
the th Charlottesvllle Charlotte 1tJe people who are de demanding demanding d dmending ¬
manding an immediate trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The prosecution asserts that Judce Jud R
Morris torrl8 himself has already alre dy decided that t ha t
Lyman is I a resident of CharlottesvlUe Charlottos ill e
This decision it IK said ald was hand handed handedordered ed
down In a tax case In which the Judce Judceorderoo Jude ede e
ordered Lyman to pay p8 his hi taxes in the thecltr thecIU tit titcliz e
cltr clize
e
WEATHER REPORT REPORTLow REPORTLow REPORTLow
Low temperatures continue from the th
Mississippi Valley eastward 08t rd They have hav havfallon
fallon still st 11 more more from the Ohio VaJl Va11and VaJland Valley Valleyand
and lower lake region region eastward ea tward and andaro andnro alt altaro
aro 10 to 20 O degrees degr e below the seasonal seasonalaverage season seasonaverage onal onalaor i
average aor ge Heavy and killing frosts Cro t oc occurred OCcurrod o ocurrod c ¬
currod In the lake ak region and New En Enland Eng Ensruppar
land and It Uht ht to heavy h08 tro frosts ts inu In tile tileup t e
uppar upparthe up u Ohio Valley and the Interior Interiorthe or orthe o
the Middle lWldl Atlantic States StatNTEMPERArURE StatesTEMPZRATURR
TEMPIRATURB TEMPIRATURBDOWNTOWN
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Sun rta i4 wmowow wmowowTlTfy U tltnOr7 J1I + sw swTIITa tIf1 tIf1TIJY
TlTfy TIJY TABLE TABLEluo TABLELo TABLELow
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OYAMA O DEMANDS DEMANDSSUPREME DEMANDSSUPREME
SUPREME EFFORT EFFORTOF EFFORTOF EFFORToi
OF oi HIS WEB WEBEyes SOLUIERSEyes SOLDIERSWorld
Eyes E es of o f the World V orld on onArmy onAnTIyl1e
Army AnTIyl1e He HeGlares De Declares Declares ¬
clares GlaresBALTIC claresGOAL claresI
I GOAL CO FOR FORLoading OR ORFOR BALTIC FLEETStelnl FLEET FLEETSteameis
Steameis Stelnl ls Loading at Em En1jen En1jenSpanbh EmdenSPanlh Jen JenSpanish
Spanish t Wed ed Cross Refuses Re Refuses Refuns ¬
fuses Aid to RussiaROAiIdi Russia RussiaROMS R lrssia lrssiaI lrssiaROAiJl
I >
ROMS ROAiJl Sept 32 a2A a A telegram tQl gram from fromTofcyo fromTokyo fromTokyo
Tokyo says SIlly that Oyama has ad adtjreesed addre addi
dre di tjreesed + isilrred Mcl a n proclamation to tho army armyurging armyurghlg armyurging
urging suprrao effort in tho forth forthcoming forthcoming orthcomlas ¬
coming battle which he says 5as Is lia liable 110ble fa fablo ¬
ble to decide the campaign campaignOyama cnmpnlsnO campaignOyama
Oyama O Oyama ama adds thpt the whole civil clviliwd civilized civilized
ized world Is s watching the Japanese JapaneseHraay Japanesermy JapaneseArmy
Army a rmy whose T hoee heroism has succeeded succeededIn BucCe ded dedin
In winning general sympathy in thestruggle the thestruggle thestruggle
struggle against a n8t Russia RussiaCOAL Ru RussiaCOAL sla slaCOAL
COAL FOR BALTIC FLEET FLEETTho FLEETTho FLEETThe
Tho United States consul at Bre Bremen Bremen Bremen ¬
men cables the State Department that thatthree thatthree thatthree
three steamers are taking on coal at atEmden atEmden atEmden
Emden EmdenIt
It Is thought tbo ht there that the coal is isintended isintended isintended
intended for the use uSe of the Russian Russianfleet Russianfleet Russianfleet
fleeto fleet fleetKO fleetNO
KO o SPANISH MONEY FOR RUSSIA RUSSIAMADRID RUSSIAMADRID RUSSIAMADRID
MADRID Sept 22 22The The Spanish SpanishJl SpanishRed
Jl Red d Cross Society has resolved to tosend tosend tosend
send 26000 pesetas to the aid of the theJapanese theJapanoec
Japanese branch of the society societyIt
It was proposed to send an equal equalamount equalamount equalamount
amount to Russia but the proposal proposalwas proposalwas proposalwas
was rejected almost almost unanimously unanimouslyTho unanimouslyI unanimouslyThe
I The government fears that the inci incident incident incident ¬
dent will cause diplomatic embarrassment embarrass embarrassment embarrassment ¬
ment should Russia require require an an expla explaHatlon explaBatlo explaBa
Hatlon BatlotlBf Ba
tlBf 1rEC 6l 0 0EAST QBN 7 7EA8T
EAST OF OF MUKDEN MUKDENMUKDEN N UK KDEN KDEN2aLKDEN DEN
MUKDEN 1 EN Sept Sept2r 22 2L A A bait battle Is ex ex9etod e etOO oxpaeted
9etod tOO hourly in the vicinity cl fty of Fushiin FUtlh Fushuntlrty n ndrty
fctrty drty miles lRne to the sett Mt CMukden rJIukdenST CMukdenST
ST PBTJBRSBURC Sapt tt IIKuro IIKuropatkln aKuropatkln Kuro Kuropatkln
patkln reports under dt de of yesterdaythat yesterday yesterdaythat YMterdathat
that there there is no change lathe in the situation situationabout Illtuat10nabout srEtvatlenabout
about Mukdn MukdnHe MukdenHe ukden ukdenHe
He adds addsSmall addsSmall dB dBSmall
Small detachments of the enemy have havemoved hanmoved
moved from BanlaptHlz Denlapu 7A gwara ar Kaoy Kaoytotilln KaortotIUD Kaoytouiin
totilln in order order to penetrate pell8tra north n rth of ofDa ofDa ofDa
Da Pass P The Th Imitations m4lea iona are that the theenemy UteDeJa
enemy DeJa ar are oIM1YOIIag n4 vorlac to flank ank er leftOur left leftOw leltOw
Ow losses Io e at Da a Pass lua on Mondlty Mondltyw MOndywere t ndk ndkere
w were ere re one officer flieer killed SJM and tea vOtIn4ed vOtIn4eda1W1 wow wo < l43 l43and ed edand
and three tore men killed and fortyJTv fortyJTvwound rortyIfvewounded fexty + ve
wound wounded woundedThe woundedThe sd sdThe
The exact Russian losses at Llao LlaoYang LtaoYang LiaoYang
Yang were 14 offleers killed and 917 917womd IT ITweullchd iiw
womd weullchd w + l and 1810 men killed and 12 12JAPANESE 1 1wouJHled
IEa wounded wouJHledJAPANESE
JAPANESE MOVE MOVESLOWLY iVOVESLOWLY MOVESLOWLY
SLOWLY NORTH NORTHST
ST PETERSBURG Sept 22Russian 2J Russian Russiansoidlocs RulI8lanMldl
soidlocs Mldl at the front are stated to have bavQreoevel havereosvored havereoovored
reoovored reoevel their calm but the corro correspondents corroapondmu corropndents ¬
spondents have apparently lost theirs theirsReuters theirsReuter theirsReuters
Reuters correspondent corre pondent at Mukden tel telegraph telegrapbl telcgraphn ¬
egraph under Tuesdays date 4 te a highly highlyalarmist highlyaJafmlst
alarmist dispatch to the th effect that a abattle hbatU
battle batU is i inevitable and that the Japa Japanese JaJ8nNe ¬
nee nese eight or nine divisions strong art artadvancing artadvancing ar aradvancing
advancing advancingHe advancingHe
H He follows this with a telegram under underyesterdays underaterdaa
yesterdays aterdaa date saying Ing that thero has hasbeen ha habeen habn
been n nothing beyond outpost outpo t lighting lightingThe filhtJngThe
The truth is I that the Japanese are ad advancing advancing ¬
vancing most deliberately Apparently Apparentlyfully Apparentlully Apparentlyfully
fully appreciative of the fact that with withevery withvery wltkevery
every very step nearer the he north their i actdan dan danger danwr ¬
ger wr becomes greater they h e are act acting actingwith acting1th g
with 1th proportionate eaut eautThe caution cautionThe cautionThe
The movement the Japanese Tapane c are mak making makIns makfns ¬
Ins is of such an elaborate nature thatn that thatbefore thata
a big battle cannot possibly take place placeberore
before a considerable time timeReports timeReports
Reports that General Kuroki has haspassed Imspa
passed pa the Hun River are evidently evidentlyfalse eldenUyral
false falseWorthy ral
ralVorthy Worthy of notice is I the fact that a axreat r ratr aKtroll
xreat atr t number of Hebrews Hebre figure in the thelist th thlt tlrlist
list of Russian soldiers killed killedJAP killedJAP
JAP T A 1 SICK SIC K LIST LISTIS LISTIS
IS NOT LARGE LARGETOKYO LARGETOKYO
TOKYO Sept 22 Satisfaction is felt felthere relthere felthere
here that the sick list at the front equals equalsthe equalstbe equalsthe
the casualties CIUI ftlUH thus duplicating therecord the therecord Uterecord
record of the German army arm during the theFrancoPrussian thePrancoPruulan theFrancoPrussslan
FrancoPrussian slan war There is some someborjberl someburlbed me mebodberl
borjberl among amen the army in front of ofPort orPort o oPort r
Port Arthur There are no epidemics epidemicsamong epIdemicsamong
among the troops in Korea or Man Manchuria Manchuria ¬
churia churiaST churiaST
ST PETERSBURG Sept 2 2It It Is Isannounced IIaDnOU1lCed e
announced that the casualties s among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the officers o in the battles NittI around Llao LlaoYang Llaoy LiaoYang
y Yang were 4q W6 Lt Eighty ghty were killed in inchMluig InChHUnc Inchtdtns
chMluig six generals generalsRUSSIAN generalsRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN RAIDERS RAIDERSIN
IN 1THECAN THE CANARIES CANARIESLAS S
LAS PALMAS P L rAS Sept 22 2The The Ruaslan Ruaslancruiser RuCslancruleer Ruoalacruiser n
cruiser Terek which recently stopped stoppedami 8tO stoop stoopand > pOO pOOalld
and examined British ships In the vl vlctnltjr vlU vichtety
ctnltjr U of c Gibraltar arrived in tho road roadsbrr roadbu roadhear e
brr bu
SI2S 125 to Baltimore and Return ReturnVia ReturnI
Via V Pennsylvania Railroad nail road tickets sold soldwvery sol 1I01flYer A
I wvery flYer Saturday and Sunday good > Id rs rsuirmng rawllIfng r rturning e
turning wllIfng until Sunday anda night 15 f + All A 1 trains trainsexcept tralnsexcept s
except Congressional Congrc8 Ionl11 Limited L 1cdted ra ted Adv AdvI
I
r l THE MERRY MERRYLIFE LIFE ON H STREET NORTHEAST l I
I k n nY Jsid es fdentf nW o fthe the Northeast Qrtheal > t If f This h s Pi Picture ctue re Is g a 1Jte erzL a 1 t
PtANEAMPM N NAGAINST
AGAINST E EClilcago CHilE CHilEOhica
Ohica Chicago r < Yo Police Will V ill Try lry w to toClean tow toClean
rClean Clean the City CityMURDERS CitJMURDERS CityMURDERS
MURDERS BECOME COMMON COMMONNumber COMMONumber COMMONNn
Nn Number fiber of Crimes Grows to toPropor toProportions Propor Proportions Proportions ¬
tions Unusual Even in the Windya WindyCitySuspects Windy WindyCity WindyCitySuspects
City CitySuspects Suspects in Jail JailCHICAGO JailCHICAGO JailCHICAGO
a
CHICAGO Sept ttThe The entire Jt9l1c policforce j Jt9l1cforce olic olicforce
force force of Chicago is I fighting crime toda todainstead todat todatIn tod todinstead
instead In tead of preventing violence in con connection connection connection ¬
nection with strikes strikesChief BtrtkeaChief strikesChief
Chief ONeill has directed that the cen central central central ¬
tral police detail men who had been on onduty ondut onduty
duty dut at the stock tock yards for weeks b be re returned returned returned ¬
turned to their regular duty Men ofother of ofother ofother
other divisions dll lons were Wo re also seat sett iat home and andthe andthe andthe
the work of clearing the city of crooks crooksand crOOMand crookand
and holdup men Is well w n under way wayThe wayThe ay ayThe
The chief with 1th a full force forc at his dis disposal dl dlposal dtposai ¬
posal set about ereatinr more mor flying flyingsquadrons ftylngquadron flyingsquadrons
squadrons Chosen Cho en men were instruct instructed Inatructcd ¬
ed to search the whole city clt Sergeant SergeantMoonoy Sergeantloono SergeantMooney
Mooney loono of Harrison Harrl on Street station and andPolicemen andPolicemen andPolicemen
Policemen Flaman VAUghan andHughes and andHughes andHughes
Hughes who recently captured a trio trioof trio trioof tTIOot
of bandits are made a special detail towork to towork toWork
work anywhere in me ne citySuspects city citySuspects citySuspects
Suspects JailedLieutenant Jailed JailedLieutenant aiJed aiJedLieutenant
Lieutenant Larkin of Maxwell Street Streetstation Streetstation Streetstation
station was given command mmaoo of a squad squadron squadron quAdron ¬
ron which Is to try to clear the West AVestSide WestSide VeatSIle
Side of thugs thugsJocko thugsJocko thugsJocko
Jocko Brlggs who is charged with withparticipating withparticipating withpartkipating
participating in the robbery Of Hans HansPetersons HanPeteraons HansPetersons
Petersons cigar store in Westlaw WestlawStreet Ye tieetlawStreet Uaw UawStreet
Street is said to have been named rutthe as asthe aMUl
the Ul man who tired the shot hot that killed killedthe killedthe killedthe
the proprietor The charge is made bya by bya bya
a new suspect said to be Barney King
known to be a friend of Briggs Assist Assistant As Assistant l t tan1 ¬
ant Chief Schulter said that statements statementsmade statementsmade statementsmade
made by b the prisoner leit little doubtthat doubt doubtthat doubtthat
that he had participates in the murder murderwith murderwith murderwith
with Briggs as leaderAnother leader leaderAnother leaderAnother
Another Prisoner PrisonerAnother PrisonerAnother PrisonerAnother
Another suspect in the Peterson mur murder murder murder ¬
der was arrested after a struggle in a ahouse a ahouse ahouse
house at Clark and Lake Streets Stre ta last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening Tho prisoner is Robert Deanwho Dean Deanwho Deanwho
who has h s been sought by the police since sincea
a partial confession of the crime was waselicited wa waellclted waselicited
elicited from a man arrested arre ted several severaldays sceraldavs severaldays
days days ago agoDean
Dean Dean is th the son of welltodo parents parentswho parentOJwho parentswho
who formerly resided near the scene of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the robbery robberyThere robber robberThere robberyThere
There have been more violent crimes crimesincluding crimesInCluding crimesincluding
including holding up pedestrians pedf > strlana at themuzzle the themuzzle themuzzle
muzzle of pistols robbing stores atOl > II anti antlmurdering antimurdering andmurdering
murdering people ople for the last few weeks weeksthan week weekthan weeksthan
than is I usual even for Chicago ChicagoCONFESSES ChleaoCONFESSES ChicagoCONFESSES
CONFESSES THEFT OF OFMONEY OFMONEY
MONEY HE COLLECTED COLLECTEDPor
For embezzling 3176 875 from his hl employer employerIrving cmplocrIIVlng
Irving McConnell an an eighteenyearold eighteenyearoldboy elghtecnyc rold roldboy
boy living at 818 Sixth Street southwest southwestwas 8Outhwe8twas
w was ns arrested by Detectives Parham and andOBrien nndOBrien andOBrien
OBrien today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The boy collected the money mone when he hedelivered hedeUver hedelivered
delivered deUver d an order of Jc ice cream Frank FrankStorty FraJkStort FrankStorty
Storty Stort the complainant says ys the lad
l had < l anptoprlated utlP Jlrlatod collections befsrs efere this Thsbut
bo boyadmil admlu he > s guilty of this charge
1 but butdnles dnles that h he i mi mlHttpproprhtuM pproprl tl any aft aftothermonoy anothormoney y
i othormonoy
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1A jNS NS1bFINtl NS1bFINtlJRGLAR To Pr PrURGLARftR
URGLARftR JRGLAR mR frONI frONICourageous ot i iCourageous
Courageous Mrs Hanna Clad in Nightgown NightgownChaa Nightgownth Nightgownhaste
Chaa h haste Intruder for Blocks BIOc BlocksHe sHe He Tells Tellsy TellseT TellsHe
y B eT T He Made a Mistake
j I Is
5 Dolfct D lk fa Hanna of 1 12S ° S F Streetorthw Street StreetKorthweftt 1 1orthwe
Korthweftt orthwe t had a visit 181t about 3 oclock oclockthis oclockthis i itbls
this morning from a burglar which not notonly notonly I Ionl
only onl gave gaveller her the greatest scare of her herlife Iterlife lierlICe
life but also afforded her an oppor opportunity oppor opportunity pporI pporItunlt ¬
tunity tunlt to demonstrate a spirit of brav bravery brli bravery ¬ i
ery er few women can equalAfter equal equalAfter 1 14tter
After failing fantn to arouse anyone none in the thehouse thehouse i ihOUjle
house or about bout the neighborhood MrsHanna Mrs MrsHanna
Hanna chased the intruder three blocksin blocks blooksIn biooksi
In an effort to effect him capture The Theman Theman 1
man finally not ot away awa however and the thepolice thepolice I Ipollee
police are today pursuing a vigorous vigorousirch vigoroussearch i isearch
search irch
Man in if the Room RoomIvirs Roomsrss I I1r
Ivirs srss 1r Hanna was w was s asleep on a conch in inthe inthe I Ithe
the parlor of her he home and upon retiring re retiring ¬
tiring had left th the gas lighted dimly dimlyShe dim dimS1c dimlyShe
She awoke about 2 oclock with the therealization thcrealization therealization
realization that some on one was in the theAt theroom I
I room The Ja gas had been put out outAt out1t
At 1t the foot of the couch Mrs Hanna Hannacould Hannacould
I could distinguish dilltlngul h a figure fl reShe She askedwho asked askedwho askedI
who it was Receiving no answer shecalled she shecalled shecalled
I called the name of a a young woman vomanfriend womanfriend womanfriend
friend In the house The crouched figure fig figure fI fIure ¬
ure moved toward thedoorand the dpor d r and nearing nearingIt
it straightened up up She She discovered Itwas It Itwas itwas
was a man manInstead manIn manInstead
Instead In toad of going out the front door
by b which it was shown afterward he hehad heh heIrad
had h < 1 entered the man wont toward the theback theb4ick thebeck
back of the house He evidently believ believed believed believed ¬
ed he could find there an exit Into the theback theback theback
back yard and then over the fence fenceCalls fenceCalls fenceCalls
Calls Unheeded UnheededMrs UnheededMrs UnheededMrs
Mrs Hanna got up rushed d out into intoth ato atothe to
th the street and slammed the front door doorAt doorAt < 1oorAt
At the same time she called for a manwho man manwho manwh I
who wh occupied a room on the top floor
The burglar bur lar in the meantime die
Judge Parker Journeys JourneysOnce JourneysOnce JourneysOnce
Once More to New York YorkGoes YorkGoes Yorkto
Goes to the City to Hold H ld Important Conferences Confer Conferences Conferences ¬
ences ences With the Leaders Leaders of His PartyNot Party PartyNot PartyNot
Not Directing the Campaign
NEW YORK Sept 22 22Judge Judge Alton AltonB AltonB
B Parker acconpnni acc accu Ptn pnnied tl l by b Arthur Me MeCausland MeCau iitcCausland
Causland Cau land his h private secretary arrived ar arrived arrived ¬
rived at t the Hoffman House at 1005 1005o lOOSoclock 1003oclock
o oclock clock this morning He came as be ¬
fore to hold conferences 8 with personal personaland peNlOnnland personaland
and political friends
Judge Parker secured David B Hills Hillssuite lillissuite Hillssuite
suite orooms of rooms in the Hoffman House Houseand Housennd Houseand
and will remain at the hotel until tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow evening when he will returnto return returnto returnto
to ISsopus ISsopusJohn EsoPUtlTohn IsopueJohn
John B Stanohflold S tanoh field of Elmira and andPerry andPerry andPerry
Perry Belmont were wer among the early earlycallers earl earlooUers
callers at the hotel Mr StanchfleM Stsutclrfleldsold StanchfleMn StIu1chfteJrlHOid
sold that hat 80 sore or spots remain us tits tlt tltrMutt
result Yesterdays action etfon or th he heDmOC
DmOC Dgmoe l to OOlnentton costvent n at Ssn Ssnmunwl Rra ra rat08n
toga P11tJIIed lhstlolie tha Uo t named and anild anddaalnrodd
d daalnrodd olarQd It wouldt Ioull1 Dr8tIIlnnlr
covered his mistake He now attempted attemptedto attempted attemptedto
to go out by b the front door Mrs Hanna Hannahold Hann Hannhl11d
hold it tight Finally she was compelled compelledto compoUEMto
to to give iu to his greater strength She Sheran Sheran Sheran
ran down the steps and closed the front frontgate frontgate frontgate
gate knowing it would require at least leasta
a few seconds for him to get it open openAs openAs openAs
As he lifted tho gate latch h hl ha at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to apologize to Mrs lrs HannaHe HannaHe Hanna HannaHe
He said Id he had got into the wrong wronghouse wronghouse wronghouse
house Mrs Irs Hanna stopped only on long longenough longonou longenough
enough onou h in her screams s ream8 for the police totell to totell totell
tell him she did not believe him Then Thenbegan Thtnbegan Thenbegan
began the chase chaseClad cha8eCJaa chaseClad
Clad in Night Gown GownMrs GownIr1 GownMrs
Mrs Ir1 Hanna was clad only in her nightclothes night nightclothes nIghtcJothoe
clothes She pursued the fleeing burglar burglarthrough burglarthrough burglarthrough
through an alley aIle Into G Street and up upG upG upG
G Street to Second Street and up upSecond upSeoond upSecond
Second Street to Massachusetts ras achusetts AVenu AVenuHer AenueHer AVcnueHer
Her strength gave out here and she was wasforced vn vnforced wasforced
forced to give up pursuit pursuitAH pursuitAll pursuitAll
All the time she was running she con continued continued continued ¬
tinued her screams She said It was wasafterward wasa wasafterward
afterward a terward learned that the policemen policemenwere policemenWel policemenwere
were Wel changing watch Just at that hour hourand hourand hourand
and that accounted for lack of response
to her calls callsThe callsThe callsThe
The man was white His face wascovered was wascovered wa wacoered
covered with soot evidently evldentl with thepurpose the thepurpose theplrpo
purpose plrpo e of hiding his identity IdenUt He was wa s
dressed d dr aed ed In a muchbesmirched suit of ofclothes oreJothlS o oclothes f
clothes and wore a light brown felt
hat pulled down over OVE > r his eyes C01I MrsHanna Mrs MrsHanna h
Hanna says he looked like a railroad railroadworkman railroadVoorkman railroadworkman
workman She caught a glimpse of his h
features from tho street lamp directly
across from her h house and took good goodmeasure goodtr goo goomeasure y d
measure tr sOre of his heght and general generalphysical genralphslcAl generalphysical
physical appearance when he walked walkedthrough wantedthrough walltethrough d
through her hall to the back of her h he r
house In an effort to get away a
She says she thinks she could recog ¬
nize him should sh < uld she see him again
Secretary Secretar McCausland gave but outatateineitt a astatement a8tat
8tat statement ineJlt this morning In which he said saidthat saidthat sat satthat d
that Mr Parker is 8 satisfied with w th the theticket thetlekot th thticket
ticket named yesterday and thinks thinkswill it itwill Itwill t
will prove prove a a strong combination Mr MrMcCausland MrMcCausland Ir IrMcCt1uslwHI
McCausland said Ml that Judge Parker Parksrwould Parkerwotld Parkewould r
would coma to Now York occasionally OQoosl oooasionall nally Y
to look over the situation and for con ¬
ference with political friends and leadere lead leaders leAders ¬
ers but that It might not be understood understo od
that he comes here to direct the cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign paignSenator paignSonator paignSenator
Senator Gorman of Maryland rarlan < 1 and De De <
lancy lanc NIcol called on the thepomlnoe pomlno dur ¬
ing the morning morn pg and conferred coriterr d ndth tslt hl him
for some som > time tlm Neither would discuss dl dlsot dlsotthe c cih w
the ih visit visitClrtlrman ylMl visitChairman 1 1ChAirman
ChAirman Taegart 18gxpeoted Is ojcp 9oCPtofod o e < l to to visit viii C
Jud JU JudeParlor tParl IiR rlterthls pr < this aftornaau atcrua sriteraacu sriteraacuI
I
oft t m y1s lo AU A m u TOOHT TOOHTPresident 4t1CYtJ 4t1CYtJTnsAGAr DrttoiD 11 r VOJ 01 R
TnsAGAr nR W HILL H1LLPresident HILLPresident
i
President Leaves Summer SummerHome Summerome SummeToday r
Home HomeHE ome Today TodayHE TodayHE
HE SAILS SAIL TO JERSEY CITY CITYWill CITYWin CIT CITWill Y
Will Win Arrive ArI ve In Washington W shington This This Even Evening EyeningC EveningCierks ¬
ing ingC ingCierks Clerks erks and Stenographers StenographersAboard StenographersAboard StenographersAboard
Aboard Special Train TrainOYSTEIL TrainOYSTEr TrainOYSTEI
I
OYSTEr BAY Sept 22 President PresidentMrs and andMrs andlrs
Mrs lrs Roosevelt and their party left Oys Oyster Oyster Oyster ¬
ter Bay for Washington at 9 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning aboard the Government Governmentyacht Goernmentcht Governmenyacht t
yacht cht Sylph They will gp g ga < as < s far as Jersey JerSO Jer JorsoS ¬
soS SO City by water At Atilhet chat tl iat point they theywill the thenIll y ywill
will board a special Pomnylvsnia PQB8Slvant Rail Railroad RallrOfld Railroad ¬
road train whichis due te leave at 104 104and 101and 104and
and if J the schedule Is maintained m JntalnM will willarrive willaniYt willarrive
arrive at the National Capital at 615 615p 615p 6 6p 15
p mTile nt ntThe m mThe
The President and his family ramn with the theexeopMon tileexeoptllon tit titexception e
exception of Ted and Kermit who are areat areat ar arat e
at school Si c Groton Mass tS left the JWont J JWest J05t
West 05t Roosevelt pier in a launch belong belonging belougIng belongfns ¬
ing to the theSylpit Sylph a few e moments before beforeoclock befo re
9 oclock They Thu were soon aboard th thtrim the thetrim thetrim e
trim little yacht acht and no time was los losin lost lostin lostin et t
in weighing anchor The President Presidentstood Presidentstood Presidenstood t
stood on tht 111 deck and andwaed waved his hand handto bandto ban bant0 d td to
to a a number of his old neighbors who whostood who8toOO wh o
stood upon the dock and cheered him as asthe asthe a s
the Sylph sod out past the Seawanha SeawanhaYacht Seawanhaka SeawanhakaYacht SeawanhakaYacbt
Yacht Club house hol 5e to the Sound SoundBy SoundBy SoundBy
By By Special Train TroiaAn TrainAn TminAn
An hour bourattr after the President and his hisImmediate bitsInuuedla h hirsntediate
Immediate Inuuedla te party Atrt left on the Sylph a aspecial aspeclal
special train bearing the White hte House Housemessengers Houseme Hou
messengers me eenaer the t a Presidents Presidents horses horsesthe and andI andtho
I the records and stationery that had hadi badbeon ha d
i been used in the Executive Offices dur during durIng during ¬
ing the summer pulled out for rAng LrfmgIsland rAngIeJand Lon LonIsland g
Island City The families of the White WhiteHouse Whit WhitHouse bite biteHouse e
House stenographers who had been sum summering summerlng summering ¬
mering here were also aboard the thectal spa spad special ¬
cial d cl train The passengers pas ensers and freighof freight freightof t
of the special will join the President at atj atTerse a aJersey t
j Jersey Terse City Cft and go to Washington with withhim ilthhim wit withim h
him
City Island Reached ReachedNEW ReachedEW ReachedNILW
NEW EW YORK Sept a iThe The naval navalyacht navalyacht nave naveyacht f
yacht Sylph S lph bused from Oyster Bay for forJersey lorTersey to C CJersey
Jersey City wttto wiP ProaWent Preei ent t Roosevlt Roosevltand n Itooeeveland Velt Veltand t
and family on board passed in at CIty CftyIsland CItyIsland CifIsland
Island at 1025 l 6 oclock oclockJERSEY QcJockJERSEY oclockJERSEY
JERSEY CITY N No J Sept 28 3ZThe 3ZThe8flph The
Sylph with President Roosevelt oo eveJt and his hisparty hisparty hi hiparty a
party on board arrived at Jersey City Cityat Cityat Cit Citat Y
at 1OS l this afternoon afternoonTh atternoonXh afternoonThe
Th The trip irom Oyster Bay was tivaspleasant a apleasant apleA
pleasant pleA knt one Th The PresMent for the thegreater thegreater t tgretter
greater part of the way sat t ait n rt t talking talkingto talkin talkinto
to Mrs Roosevelt Roo eelt and Secretary ana anaMn and an
Mn 111 Lceb A number of yachts achts an and andother andothlr d
other craft were passed MUIIMIIIt in the Sound Soundand Sounfiand Soundand
and these saluted the Presidents Pre ldents v vThe vessel vesselThe l lThe
The Sylph returned th tI the salutes salutesWhen salutesWhen
When abreast of North Brothers Is Island Iswhere Island ¬
land where New York citys factort factories factoriesbegin Cactorlosbegin os
begin the Sylph was greeted Ji Ieeted withchorus with osa a achorus achorus
chorus of whistles from the big factor factories r ¬
tea and again In repliedThe replied repliedThe r9plJ6dThe rst
The noise increased until when ju just justopposite justopposte st
opposite Btackwelts Island at East Easttyfourth Thir Thirtyfourth Thlrtyfourth r ¬
tyfourth Street it was added to by the thewhistles thewhistles th thwhistles e
whistles of the many fort ferry boats hoat to ply ¬
ing back and forth at that t point JOlnt tut tutthe and andtlie andthe
the volume of Sound became deafening deafeningFJynns deatenln deatenlnEJynns Beaten < <
FJynns Business usmess Collage 8th and K XUllDeI50 1L
UllDeI50 Ii shorthandtltMwriaiag orthcand flpewrtd aieltr aieltrr1vl asya4rflick
flick r1vl >
NO NOPARTYEMBLEM PARTY EMBLEM EMBLEMTO
TO SPAN STREETS STREETSIN
IN THE DISTRICT DISTRICTLocal DISTRICTLocalD
Local LocalD Democrats mocrats ts Run Up UpAgainst UpARaiIast p pAgainst
Against the Board of ofCommissioners ofCommissioners ofCommissioners
Commissioners CommissionersWEST CommissionersWEST CommissionersEST
WEST EST OUT IN I N OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONTo
To Make an Adverse Report ReportWhen ReportVhen ReportWhen
When Application APPIi cation IsBrought Is IsBrought IsBrought
Brought Forward ForwardThe
The District Dl tdct Democratic Central Com Commltee Commltee Commitee
mltee has ordered a huge political p Ht1cal ban banner bnnero banner ¬
ner nero of the kind that fe J used to swing swingacross swingacro swingacross
across acro s city streets in order to prove and andstimulate andsUmulate andstimulate
stimulate the enthusfam enthu lam of a partys partysfollowers partysfollowers partysfollowers
o followers but permission for the party partyemblem partyemblem
emblem to be displayed across acre s and above aboveany aboveany bovo bovoan
any an of the streets of Washington willnot will willnot
not be granted gtIl nted by the District Commis Commissioner Comm13moneM Commisafoneret ¬
II sioner sionerThis moneM moneMThIs afoneretThis
This assertion was made by District
Commissioner Comm1 8foner West at the District DistrictBuilding DJetrlctBuilding DistrictBuilding
I Building today as a natural result of ofhis othis ofhis
his determination to do away a way with thepractice the thepractice thepractice
practice of any anYlMknners banners for political religious re religious religious ¬
ligious or business bu loe purposes purpo es being swung swuncacross swunJ swunJacross swungacross
across the streets of the National CaI Cap
tal
Disapproves the Custom CustomCommissioner CustomCommJut CustomCommissioner
CommJut Commissioner r West yesterday while whilej
j Inspecting the th streets with a view toascertain to toascertain toa
a ascertain r1alA which were ere in greatest need needof Deedor needof
of repair noticed a teags lang Town Young Mens
Christian Cftzi ttIt Aseoetatkw burner wage smpended smpendedcros fed cIedn fedlteross
lteross cros n M Prnncylvanta Avenue at Tenth
StreetHe Street StreetH Street11e
H 11e immediately ImnMdlat announced that he
dlsaMKwed dl a9tl09ed of the custom and added addedtoday addedtoday addedtoday
today that the permit for the hanging hangingof
of the flag th the teactk le gtln of i ie e for it be beittg betwo beleg
leg two months 1IIOIIu would r rarer rer ter have ha E been 1Meni
i Issued had H M kaswa about it itCOBunlseloMr Hi ItCo
i COBunlseloMr COmmi Co nleeleer to er Xacfarland approved apP1OT
I the application ior br the thepermit permit and Com ComntiSjBfwter Comrnrtitiilet < om
ntiSjBfwter mer Rant W t will iJI await his return b be
I ton reco recommeiMitec tecom that a regulation be bPadopted u
adopted rorsmaljij tor for the banging of o any an aner
Bann Mumsr er f ear r any 117 purpose across and an above Ito ItoaD7 bore
any street 8 eet roadway la the city for bust bustBMS bu bustrelgnaa i ier
BMS fftMstous er r political purpses purp < eII eII1J
In 1J the Ut Meantime tIate he said he will 11 re report reort report ¬
port ort aitvsrasijr o 0Ii any application appUca tion for a apermit a aaermlt aspermit
permit flit such a display dIIIpJ i This is be be1Me beeause
eause 1Me 1c Ha MMnhwwss es of the street of
thftCtty Uaa city ty betas oiaflgured GJ 8rured in such a a way wa
1j mmp lo points out hat it one person personparty jr jrparty > tr trpssy 1
party is allowed allow the e privilege Ilege all others othersmmp oth othmast
> mast b be aocorflW the I e SKIM rights rightsi rlehtaCan hts htsCan
i Can See DangerJames Danger DangerJftmas DmgerI
James J m L Ltierris Harris nis the District Dem Demoomtte Demo Demeerrttk
I o oomtte leader rid r id to a Times Tme reporter reportert reporterta reportertelsa
t ta tar tarEvery
Every mvr time w we have made application
for the privilege prlvf1 gt the matter has been beenclosely beenclosely beenclosely
closely looked In tnA no o bv the District Commissioners Commlaelonen Com ¬
missioners My understanding Is that thatpermits thatpermits thatpermits
permits are granted for it now with ith tho
provision roYlslon that the banner is not to be besuspended besuspended besuspended
suspended for a long time and that the theparties theparties theparties
parties erecting it must be responsible
for all damage done by the banner
We had proposed to swing the ban banner banner ¬
ner above Pennsylvania Avenue be ¬
tween Ninth and Tenth Streets It was wasordered wasordered wasordered
ordered by b the Democratic Central Com Committee Committee Committee ¬
mittee The plan was to run it up som 50me 50meo somotime
o time tfm next week weekThere weekThere ek ekThere
There is danger from the practice It
the banner is allowed to hang too long
1 1 remember that on one occasion in the theearly theearlY teearly
early early eighties one fell down on the
Avenue pulling a chimney with it itWest itWest itWest
West Is Determined DeterminedThe DeterminedThe
The V Y M C A 1 permit aUcvring alicrin one onebanner oneb onebanner
banner b nner across Pennsylvania Avenue Avenuaand Avenueand Avenueand
and another across New York Avenue at atFifteenth atFifteenth atFifteenth
Fifteenth Street names the time as two twomonths twomonths
months for the display of the adver advertisement advertfsement advertisement ¬
tisement The authorities are not cer certain certain certarn ¬
tain that this period can be abridged
but Commissioner West Is determined determinedthat determinedthat determinedthat
that no more permits of a like charac character character character ¬
ter shall be Issued The Engineer Com Commissioner Commleeloner ¬
missioner agrees Tees with himNo him himXo himNo
No permit has yet been asked for by
the Democratic central committee but butwhen butwhen
when application Is made it will be bspromptly beprompUr bepromptly
promptly vetoed vetoed vetoedDEMOCRATS
DEMOCRATS WILL WILLRALLY WILLA
RALLY A L Y TONIGHT TONIGHTFor
For the first time since the beginning beginningof
of the national campaign camp Jgn gn members o othe of ofthe
the Jackson Jack on Democratic Association of ofthe otthe ofthe
the District Dl trlt will hold a a meeting mCtttm at local localcampaign localcampai localcampaign
campaign campai > R headquarters be dqurters at t 731 o oclock oclocktonight Qclocktonight clock clocktonight
tonight to make arrangements for tak taking takIng ¬
ing an active part in the Presidential Presidentialcontest Presidential Presidentialcontest
contest contestLeaders contestLeaders contestLeaders
Leaders of the party part from the District Districtand DistrIctand
and Maryland have sigstili eisnlfled lJltd d their intenLion inten intention IntenUon ¬
Lion of being present pre eQt and participating paitteipatinsIn pat tklp tIn tInIn
In the meeting It promises to be one oneof oneof
of the biggest bJgge t Democratic r rallies JIIea yetheld yet yetheld yetheld
held in Washington WashingtonThe WA8hl ZVaehirk tonThe ton tonThe
The primary object of tonights meet meeting meetJn ¬
Ins Jn is a to prepare plans for aoUctUn aoUctUncampaign soliciting lclt1 lclt1Ca1Ilpeip
campaign funds Speeches will b be made madeby madeb madeby
by b State Senator Arthur P Gorman Gor Jr Jrof jror
of Maryland Chairman William S SCowherd SCowherd SCowherd
Cowherd of the Democratic Cottgres CottgresMonal CoagresIonal Congreslonal
Monal Ional Committee and others the prominent prominentin
in the affairs of the party partyIt p61tyIt partyIt
It was vas expected that Senator Arthur ArthurP
P Gorman would also be present to ad addrecs adfrees d d4THS
frees the meeting meeU but word w cd was received receivedfrom receivedfrom
I from him today to the effect that he hewould beI hewould
would Ould be unable to attend a attealt owrn owing to tohis tobls
I his inability to leave New York at the thepresent the1re8fnt
present esent time timeLetters tlm tlmttera timeLoiters
Letters ttera iC t greeting from the f he candi candidates cane canedates andl andldatftl ¬
dates Judge Parker and exSenator eaSenatorDavie exSenatorDavis x1ULtor x1ULtorD
Davis D 1 and the chairman of the Demo Democratic r Irrmoctatk mo mocratie ¬
cratic national committee commlt Thorns T > lomea Tag Taggart Tagprt Taggart
gart will be read ad at the mooting zrtU It 13 13also 13ahJo
also planned to elect e officer and to tomake tomake tomake
make arrangements for taking tttUU part in inthe inth inthe
the th banner raising under the auspices ofthe of ofthe otthe
the Democratic central committee of atthe ofthe
the District DistrictPOSTPONES DletrletPOSTP
POSTPONES POSTP NES HEARING ON ONST or orST d
ST LOUiS BRIDGE CASE CASESecretary CASESecretary
Secretary Taft has again aga agar 1 postponed postponedthe postponedthe > OStponcdthe
the hearing ht > arint on the th St fate Louis bridge brld < < e case caseA ae aeA
A dispatch received tfcis t morning morn at atth attne atthe
the th War Department from fro th the Secretary Secretaryof tary taryof
of War Tv wh who M Is ht t Mamrv M lrrnr T Rar y Canadaa Canada CanadaBunead Canadat1utt
a Bunead that the th st c Lui l w < Bring rina
w11 II be t S oclock tbl m murrat rLJr tt vi 1b 1 Sep
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