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NUMBER NUM6ERere 4143 WASHINGTON v SHINGTON SATURDAY Y EVENING OCTOBER 14 1905 PRICE ONE CENT
TWO CONTINENTS CONTINENTSpassing CONTINENTSMOURN CONTINENTSMOURN
MOURN DEATH OF OFFIRST OFFIRSTTRAGEDIAN
FIRST FIRSTTRAGEDIAN FIRSTTRAGEDIANPassing TRAGEDIAN TRAGEDIANa
passing a ssing of Irving Cre CreatesVoid Creat CreatesVoid
atesVoid at s V id Not Easily EasilyFilled EasilyFilled EasilyFilled
Filled FilledDEMISE FilledDEMISE FilledDEMISE
DEMISE WAS W ASUNEXPECTE ASUNEXPECTEArtist D
y
Artist Gave No IndicatlnThat
That He Was III UntilNear Until UntilNear UntilN
Near N ear the End EndDeath EndDat EndDeath
Death Dat deprives deprhes the world of ofIts ofIts
Its foremost foremost t remost tr tragedian ti ge gad f1au i Sir Henry HenryIrving HenryIrving HeuryIrving
Irving IrvingTheatergoers Irving IrvingTheatergoers
Theatergoers Theatergoers and thespians thespiansshare thespiansshare thespiansshare
share a profound sense of per personal perIiiOnt perfaonal ¬
sonal IiiOnt loss lossHead lossHead lossHead
Head and shoulders above his hisprofession hisprofession hisprofession
profession there is none to take takehis takeI takehis
his place The heprestlge prestige of the thestage thestage thestage
I
stage will long suffer from tr m the theloss theloss he heloss
loss of its most eminent figure ilgureThe figureThe figureThe
The news of his death hasbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been received received in Europe Amer America 4merica imer imerica ¬
ica and nd Australia AustralIawlth with profound profoundr profoundregret profoundregtet
r regret gret Newspapers of every everyAmerican everyAmerIcan everyAmerican
American and English city note notethe notethe notethe
the event with editorial attesta attestations attestations ttesia ttesiatlons ¬
tions to his great ability bil1ty and andkigh andlalghpurposes andklgh
lalghpurposes lalghpurposesAlready kigh purposes purposesAlready purposesAlready
Already various movements movementstoward movementstOward movementstoward
toward a memorial appropriateto appropriate appropriateto
to t his station among them are arebeing are arebeing re rebeing
being suggested by his hlsfe1i fellow feliowactors fellowactors w wactorsall
actors actorsall actors all over the worldflrving world worldilrving worldihVing
ilrving Stricken DownIn Down DownIn DownIn
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In Midst of ofHis His Won WonLONDON Work WorkLONDON WorkLONDON k I
LONDON Oct 14 14Slr Sir Henry Hen Irvines IrvinesHidden Irving Irvingsudden rvlngsud s i
Hidden sudden ud en death death d th Is a loss that is felt the thekT thci th c j
i a world Crldover Crldovert over
kT t Today Toda messages m ssag conveying conveying convey n g cctttdolen condolence condolenceana con d l n nd ck
ana a 2 P d Ympathy sjTnpathy are arrIving from rom all all alltsoCtheearth al alp 1 I
p parts parts tsoCtheearth of the earth Nearly every promi promifccnt prom promtent p pentactol
tent entactol actor and actress In England and andt an anA d L
t A ccAmerlca Amer America cais 4s included In the list of thos thosrho those thoseTvnbhave thosawhohave e
Tvnbhave whohave rho have cabled or or telegraphed tel grnphed regretsH regrets regrets regretsH
H B Irving son of the dead artist artistarrIved artisarrived t
arrived in Bradford today and will take takecharge tak takcharge e i
charge of the funeral arrangements arrangementsThe arrangementsThe
7 The TheIrvlng Irving company was disbanded to today today
day the members returning to Londo LondoEllen London LondonV LondonEllen n
V Ellen Terry for foryenrs years Henry Irvines Inlngsfriend Irving s B
friend and leadIng lady was oercome oercomeWIth overcomwith e e
with sorrow when seen by a reporter to today t t1day o
jc 1day day Y She uttered utt red a beautiful sentiment sentimenttp sentimentto sentime sentimeto nt t
tp to the memory of of her friend In thes these e
i K words wordsI i ords ordsI rds
I know all this happened as he wish wishr wIshed wished
r ed and while he was In n full possessloof possession possessionfAof possessIonot n R
fAof ot his hisfaeultles faculties He worked to the very tie tieIaat ery eryIast ry y
last It rejcrices me that he finished h hevenings his hisevenings hiseen is 3
evenings een 1gs work work His last words on t tstage the thestage thestagewere he e
stage stagewere were Into Thy Th hands O OLord OLordinto Lor Lord Lordinto I Iinto
into into ThY hands handsSir hnndSII handsSir
Sir SII Henry H ril Irving died suddenly suddenl la lanight s
Anight nIght at Bradford BradfordV BradtordHe BradfordHe
V He was wa reiving i v ing a n series of farewell farewellpfrforhmnces fatCwelll 11 11iFrformmnces
pfrforhmnces l flforinsUlC S In tin J2slish E gllslt provinces provincesnd prolnce1Jndthls provinceand 9
and nd ndthls this week w ek was playing pla In an ngase f ngasement g II
ment ineni at atBradfcrd Bradford Thursdaynight Thursday nlght he pre presented prelSente pr praeated e
sented lSente King RcniV Ren Daughter Dllu < htr itrd itrdThe nrdThe u uThe r d
The Bells and Itllpcur app i pcured red TO fce l > c in incellent cx cxcellent excelJenthealth
cellent celJenthealth health taking tnkln the cxholllstln cxholllstlnpart exhaust cxhausfipart n
part of Matthias In The Bells with withthe all allthe allthe
the vigor Igor of youth youthThursday youthThursday outh outhThursday
Thursday night before an enthusiastic enthusiasticaudience enthusla3t1caUdIence IC ICaudience
audience he heportracd portrayed with much sue suef succes8 su C Crcess
f rcess cess one of his moat oharacterisUcal oharacterisUcalIntellectual
Intellectual Int llectual parts the title role inown in
own own stage adaptation of Lord Tenny Tennysons Tens TennJ Tenssons p
sons J > ons Becket BecketAfter BecketAfter BecketAfter
After the performance Sir Henry Henryturned re returned returned e
turned to his hotel reaching Trochln his rocms rocmsat IOC rots rotsti mo moat 12 s
ti at 1130 oclock when It was n obse ohsen ohsenthat <
that he was In pain Physicians we weImmediately
Immediately summoned but before th 5 5could
c could uld arrive Sir Henry lIent was seized 5el cd by byattack
attack of syncope anl am expired within withinfew a afew
few minutes without having havlngutercd uttered utteredw
word wordBram wo w Otl OtlBram
woBram
Bram Stoker who had been his im immediate Immediate f fmediate m n
mediate manager for many man years ears a aa
a few few other Int1mat Intimates s saw the last cur curiutln curwn c cMain ur
Main wn fall He sent this telegram fr frBradford o o
Bradford BradfordVery BrndfordVery BradfordVery
Very terrible news Sir Henry Hem Irv
had an attack of syncope after return return1nc ret n
Ing from the he theter to the hotel hotelnight to tonight tonight
night and died suddenly
The great actor proceeded to elo eloquently eloquently el eluently o
quently advocate the thecstabllshment establishment establishmenteaters
theaters eaters by the municipalities municipalitiesu1
u1 1 believe belle that by this means t tstandard
6tandard of the true drama as dis dlstlngulshed d is istingulahed j
tinguished from miscellaneous enter entertainments entertalnments ent enttainments
tainments would be successfully up up1lcld uD
held he said ItnldWould saidWould aid aidWould
Would Endow Theaters TheatersMoney TheatersMone TheatersMoney
Money Mone Is spent like water for forkinds all allkinds allkinds ill
kinds of philanthropic and educational educationalobjects educatlonaobjects educatlo educatloobjects H a ai
objects but who ho among you e edreams
dreams dre dreams ms of endowing the theater I Isure am amsure am8urt m
sure 8urt the time will come when youregard you OU wlIlr
regard regard r gard the theater as necessary to toliberal
liberal education and be prepared preparedconsider to toconsider toconsider
consider any reasonable suggestions suggestionsthe
the extension e tenslon of its legitimate influence influenceIt influen influenIt ce e
It may bo that in years ear8 to come our purcountrymen ourcountlmcn ur
toucor
countrymen will scarcely scarcelyhow understand understandhow understandhow ucor ucoret et nd
how in our times so potent potent an instru instrument Instrum ins ru u
ment m ment nt of good or ill us the stage was wasi wnsContinued w wContinued as
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EMIY E XARMY OFFICER OFFICERPuts OFFICERSHOOTS OFFICERSHOOTSHIMSELF
SHOOTS SHOOTSHIMSELF SHOOTSHIMSELFPuts HIMSELF HIMSELFPuts
Puts Seven Bullets Into IntoJBackofHisHead IntoBack IntoBack
JBackofHisHead JBackofHisHeadSAYS Back of orRis His Head HeadSAYS HeadSAYS
SAYS IT ITVAS VVAS ACCIDENT ACCIDENTPoliceman ACCIDENTPoliceI1an ACCIDENTPoliceman
Policeman Who Investigated Investig ted Case CaseHowever CaseHowever CaseHowever
However However Is of Opinion That ThatSuicide ThatSuicide ThatSuicide
Suicide Was Attempted AttemptedI
I was fooling with Ith a revolver revolv r In 1nmy Inmy Inmy
my my room r om a a little while ago and had hadan hadan hadan
an accident Wcmt you ou telephone for foradoctor toradoctor foradoctor
adoctorWith adoctor adoctorWith adoctor adoctorWith
With seven bullets In the back of his hishead hIshead hishead
head his nightclothes crimsoned c i sQne < L andso and
so faint from loss of blood blood that he hecould hecould hecould
could scarcely stand Major Iajor Charles CharlesJ CharlesJF J
3 F F Pierce an exarmy exann ex army officer but now nowan nqwan nowan
an Inspector in the District Water De Depar
partment par ment fiftyfive years ears old staggered stag rel relto
to t o the the clerk c clerks erks > desk in the Everett Everett Hotel
1730 130 H street JtreeLn northwest rthwest shortly shortl after after
7 oclock this morning making the thenbqye
i above statement and undIequel1t undIequel1tArew request jequeatA requestAfew
Arew A few seconds afterward the man fell tellon
c on the he floor completely exhausted exhaustedPoJlc i
Policeman PoJlc man Elgin of the Third precinct precinctwas precInctwaR precinctwas
i was summoned and in a n few memento mementohe mcmcntnhe
1 he had the ambulance from the Emer Emergency
gency j Hospital in charge of Dr Mudd Muddat Muddat Iudd Iuddat
at the hotel The physician made a ahasty ahasty ahasty
1 hasty examination and stated that he hedid hedId i
did < not think Major Major Pierce would die dieas
i as a a result of the bullet wounds which whichwere
were were all within lthln a space the size of a adime
dime and an Inch above where the hair hwrcnded
ended cndedMajor ended
Major Pierce was hurriedly hUlTIedl conveyedto conveyed conveedto
to the Emergency Hospital where Dr DrMudd DrMudd
Mudd extracted three of the bullets bullets1thout
without any trouble The other four are arebelieved
believed to be lodged between the scalp scalpand
and skull skull and will 111 probably be taken takenout
out this afternoonNative afternoon aftercoopNative
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Native of West Virginia Virgini1Iajor
Major Iajor Pierce has been employed in n the 1 I
District Building Bulldlngor for several years hav havInK haying
Ing come well recommended and with a aclean nclean
clean record from the army His na native
five State is West Virginia and he hespends hespends
spends most of his vacation time there thereHe theret
t c He Is well known to most of the prom promarmy
Inent army and navy officers arid has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a frequent visitor VISft or at a t the Mctropol Mctropolitan
itan and Army Arm and Navy avy Clubs where wherehe wherehe
I he has many man friends friendsThe frlcndsThe friendsThe
The housekeeper in n the Everett Hotel Hotelwhere HotelWhere Hotelwhere i
where Major Pierce has had a suite of ofrooms of ofrooms
rooms for many man months Informed I
Sergeant Judge of of the Third precinct
that he Major Pierce had been drink I
inp continually for about six months i
Sergeant Judge said this morning HI I I I
saw him Intoxicated on the street yes ves I
terday and last night too I I
So far as Is known Major lajor Pierce did I
not own a revolver The weapon with
which the shooting was done one belonged
to the proprietor pro > rletor of the hostelry hoottll and
was always kept In the desk behind the I
counter In the front office j
Major Pierce PJercens was in the he habit of I
entering the hotel at all hours ours of the
night and morning through the back
alley aile the housekeeper said to Ser I
geant Judge during his Investigation
after the shooting this morning
Although It is not positively known
at what hour he reached the hotel It
is surmised surmlsedthpt that it was between 1 and nd
2 oclock because persons were in n the ther
r office at the firstnamed hour and
Major lajor Pierce had not returned but
about 2 oclock some one was heard
walking up the steps to the seventh
floor where the water inspector has a
suite of rooms roomsSecuring
Securing the Revolver RevolverThe RevolverThe
The front door < 1001 of the hotel was wasclosed wasclosed
closed when Major Pierce arrived and
he entered through the rear one It is
believed that he crept to the clerks
desk slid up the rolling top and took tookout
out the 22calIber revolver loaded with withseven
seven bullets With this In n his pocket
he walked up the steps to his apart apartments
ments mentsAlthough
Although Major Pierce did the shout
Ing in the front room of the seventh
noor on which other persons lived no
one on the street or in I the hostelry
heard the reports of the pistol The rh
shooting evidently occurred about 330 33 < 1 o
4 oclock this morning because Dr
Mudrt judging from the condition of th a
wounds und the blood
on the man mans s
clothes and neck said tht bullets had ha d
entered Major Plerces head about three thrc dc c
hours prior to his removal to the hos
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pltalAbout pltal pitalAbout pltalAbout
About 715 cfclock clock this mornlg Major r
Pierce walked down the steps to the th e re
second floor and knocked on the door doo r
of the rd
housekeepers apartments and an d
told her the same thing as he did th
clerk The woman was frightened an and d
closing her dour hurriedly completed her he
toilet Major Pierce then went to the th e
clerks ofllre where he collapsed and an d
sank to the floor floorAt floorAt floorAt
At the hotel Major Pierce said Its ItsContinued ItsContinued if ifContinued s
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Steerage Swept Overboard by Giant Wave WaveA
A Score More Badly Injured
NEW EW YORK Oct 14 HA A heavy sea seathat seathat
t that struck the Cunarder Campania Campaniawhile Campaniawhile
w while on her way wa to this sort > o t swept sweptthe sweptthe sweptthe
t the main deck where scores scores of steerage steerngepassengers steeragepassengers
p passengers were ere walking carried five fiveot flueof
o of them overboard owrboard to their their death In Injured injured ¬
ji jured three fatally and and seven seriously serlousl serlouslWhile seriouslysubtle
t while < twentyone others were werebadl werebadlbruised badlybruised badly
b bruised The The Th Campania reached her dock dockhere dockhere dockhere
h here todayOf today todayOf todayOt
Of the drowned drown drowned d three were young younggirls younggirls oung ounggirls
girlsSix E girls girlsSix girlsSIc
Six other oth r women Immigrants are areamong areamong arc arcmong
a among a the seriously serlou ly injured and threeof three threeof threeof
c of them are are expected to die dieThe dieThen dieThe
The Then accident cldtnt the like of which ia iawithout i8without iswithout
without a parallel in the history of ofbig otbl ofb1
big bl liners occurred last Wednesday ednesday as asthe as asthe asthe
the Campania was plowing plow > lowIn In through throughthe throushthe throughthe
t the heavy ground round swell following a astorm atorm astorm
storm > of the the night before beforeMore before1lore beforeMore
More than 100 of tae szee seerage age pas passengers pa pasengers passengers ¬
sengers were were on deck deckTotally deck deckTOtally
Totally Unexpected UnexpectedUnexpected UnexpectedUnexpected
Unexpected even bthe by the Wentherwlsc Wentherwlscsailors wentherwise wentherwisesailors atherwisc atherwiscsailors
sailors a great wave suddenly rose rose up upover upover upover
over the port rail and landed Innd d with a nroar aroar aroar
roar arid and a swirl of water on the Iron Irondeck irondeck
deck In a moment moment the long stretch of otpromenade ofpromenade
promenade promenade was changed to a green greenango
angry rTvcr lllled with struggling strugglingscreaming struggllns strugglingscreaming
s screaming s reamlng men and women womenThe womenThe WomenThe
The water with its human Jetsam Jetsamrushed jetsamrushed jetsamrushed
rushed aft and here hereeame came the further turtheraccident furtheaccident r
accident that caused caus d the loss of life liteAt
At the stern of the big ship there lsa lsadouble Isadouble is isdouble a
double Iron gate used to dump garbage garbageoverboard girbage girbageoverboardandnt e
overboard overboardandnt and at times to stampede cattle cat cattle cattle ¬
tle into the sea when wh nthe the ships > olps needslighting needs needslighting needslighting
lighting in a stormThese storm stormThese 1
These gates are fastened with withrope a arope arope
rope and when hen the rush of water struck struckthem struckthem struc structhem k
them they thc burst open The water pour poured poured poured ¬
ed out and with
It went three
young younggirls youJIg youJIggirls your g
girls and two men The men gripped d
i the < bolts of the gate for a moment and an d
hung there in eight of terrified saloon
passengers who wore looking down dow n
from the sun deck Then the men drop ¬
ped down into the waves and sank sankDashed sankDashed sankDashed
Dashed Against Stanchions StanchionsAs
As the water rushed through the out outof ¬
I let of the gateway the th scores of men menund me meand n
und women borne by Its swift I
current currentwore currentwere currenwere t
were hurled against a nlnst stanchions ventila ventilators ventfators enUlators ¬
tors nnd hatches clinging cll l ln in m some cases casesnnd casesan caseand s
i and an < l In others rolling helpless toward the theopening theopening th thopening e
i opening that meant death to them themIn themIn themIn
In the hurlyburly hurl burb of the brief three threeminutes threemInutes thre threminutes e
minutes It lasted there was time for fortwo fortwo fo fotwo r
two deck stewards to play plu the heroEdward hero heroEdward heroJidwnrd
Edward Watson Putson and Albert Cave th thstewards the thestewards thestewards
stewards who are expert swimmers and andtrained andtr an antrained d
trained tr ncd athletes managed to battle their theirway theirWU them themway y
way WU against aalnst the tide and throw six sixchildren sixchildren sl slchildren x
children to the top of hatches where wherethey wherethc e
they thc were safe safeSeveral B3feSeveral
Several passengers as they the clung to tostanchions totanchlon t tstanchions o
stanchions tanchlon held women womenList womenList
List Incomplete IncompleteIt IncomplctIt
It was not until the th next day that thatships thatshIps the t
ships officers orocers were able to ascertain ascertaintho ascertaintho nacertatthe n
tho names of tnuse missing nnd injured injuredand Injuredan 1
and an < l oven now the list Is not complete completefor completefor completefor e
for all were humble steerage stt > erlge passengers passengersand pnsscngersand
and little was known of them themThe themThe
The only person missinG whose name nameis nameIs Ham Hamis c
is known is John Graham a Scotch Scotchman Scotchman ¬
man who lived in Milwaukee Mllwauk ebut but wh who whohad ho hohad
had been mt on a visit Islt to the th old country count count48ss n
4825 825 to t o California Without Change ChangeVia ChangeVia ChangVia e
Via So Ry So Pacific Puclflc through Land Landof LandoC Lan Lanof d I
of the Sky and Memphis Personally Personallyconducted Personallyconducted Persoftall y
conducted Berth 1850 UIf 85O O A J Poston gen general general ¬
eral agent 511 Pa Pa ave nw 70G 15th tit t
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v with his wife wlteandsevcn and seven children They Theywere Theywere Theywere
i were below when the wave came
AU the ships officers were ero reticent reticentand reticentand reticentand
and apparently under underlnstruetlons Instructions re ¬
f fusing fuslngto to give any an information as nato to
t the accidentAt accident accidentAt accidentAt
At the offices of the Cunard Line Lfnrwhich
1 J which w hich heretofore has boasted that It Itnever itnever itnever
never foot lo t a n passenger It is stated that thata
o a n rigid investigation will be made madeFREE madeFRANCE madeFRANCE
FRANCE PATIENT PATIENTKITH PATIENTWITH PATIENTWITHVENEZUELA
KITH WITHVENEZUELA WITHVENEZUELAAmbassador VENEZUELA VENEZUELAAmbassador VENEZUELAI VENEZUELAmb I
Ambassador mb ssador Jusserand J usserand Con Gonfers Confers Confens I
fers WitliEoot WithBootFrance WitliEootFrance With Root RootFrm
France Frm c Is still disposed to be patient patientwith patientwIth patientwith
with Venezuela and reluctant reluctant to takeany take takeany takeany
any assertive asS assertive rtive action that will make a apeaceful apeaceful J
peaceful solution of her differences withthe with withthe withthe
the South American republic impossible ImposslblThis
This statement of the situation was wasmade wasmnde wasmade
made at the State Department this thismorning thIsmornIng thismorning
morning following fo owln a conference between
Secretary Root and Ambassador Jus Jusserand Jusserand Jusserand
serand The Secretary went over the th
facts In the case with wJ h the ambassador
In i n the light of the further information
furnished him by b Judge Calhoun who
has recently re entl returned from Venezuela Venezuelaafter Venez la
after ter having made a thorough thorough investiga investigation Inestlgatlon ¬
tion of its troubles with France and andthis andthis
this GovernmentFrance Government GovernmentFrance GOernmentFrance
France Is still waiting is the way wa waIn
in which the situation is described at
the department departmentrhe
The French government it is said
feels that hut every consideration of na natlonal
tlonal dignity suggests a peaceful solu solution ¬
tion ion of all questions nt t Issuethatnothing issue Issuethat that
nothing is to be gained by b armed
demonstrations or threats of force that thatcannot thatcannot
cannot be attained with larger eltec
tiveness through the peaceful channels
of diplomacy
In plain words France
does not care car carA
to become involved In a war with Vene
zuela on the thethtol theory that It will make
her absurd Perhaps this government
feels much the same way wayVenezuelans wa waVenezuelans
Venezuelans Unconcerned UnconcernedIt U nconcemed nconcemedIt
It was learned this morning from
an authoritative source that Vene Venezuelan
zuelan officials are not greatly great1 con concerned concerned ¬
cerned over the rumored demonstration demonstrationof <
of the United States and France In n Ven Venczuclu Venezuela
czuclu nnd that many of the press resi dis dispatches dispatches ¬
patches i Which hich convoy this Information Informationare InformatlonI I
are colored up more than necessary necess3J necess3JIt
It was also stated that Venezuela willsince will willsince wUlt
since t > lnce President Roosevelt is s behind
Judge Cnlhoun get a square deal and andas andas
as long as the President remains the thepower thepower
power behind Uthe the throne Venezuela
has no fear of suffering an injusticeRelative Injustice InjusticeRelative InjusticenelaUveto
Relative nelaUveto to this Imbroglio Senor N
VelozGoltlcoa presented a statement statement to
tho Department Depnrtm nt of State this morning
He declined to say what the contents
were
FEAR VOODOOS SUICIDErlCxasOND SUICIDE SUICIDERICHMOND SUICIDETIICHlIOND
RICHMOND Va pet 14Colored HColoredpeople
people hero fear evil results from the thesuicide
suicide of Nellie Le Cato who ended her he r
life by jumping Into a well She was
held in fear because of her supposed supposedsupernatural supposedsupemnturnl supposedSupernatural
supernatural powers White people be ¬
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W AS111NGTON S tN fON TAXES TAXESNEARSIX TAXESNEAR
NEARSIX NEAR SIX MILLIONS MILLIONSC MILLIONSCollector
C Collector ll ctor Davis ayisR Report po t for forFiscal forFiscaJYear forFiscal
Fiscal FiscaJYear FiscaJYearSHOWS YearHOWS Year IfearSHOWS
SHOWS S HOWS LARGE LRG AE INCREASE INCREASEWhisky IINCREASEWhi3
Whisky Whi3 Dealers ae s Furnish rzrlsh p Greatest Greatest eatest Sum SumUnder SumUn SumUnder
Under Un er Miscellaneous Head HeadUnpaid HeadUnpaidTaxes HeadUnpaidTaxes Unpaid UnpaidTaxes
Taxes Over 500000 500000District 500000sfrici2ebeJ2ues
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District sfrici2ebeJ2ues < 3eb 3ebRealty e2enues e2enuesRealty i iRealt t
Realty Realt p tax 32S516L59Personal 31159Persona 32S516L59 375a16L59Personal
Personal taxes u 66269322 66269322Special 66269322SpecIal 662695 n nSpecial
Special reimbursable tax 3SS97 3SS97Penalty 38S91Penalt 58S91Penalty
Penalty Penalt realty reaIt taxes J 3057783 3057783Penalty 3057785Penalty 057785Pnalty
Penalty personal taxes tz taxesPenaty cea 333694 333694Penalty 3 6H 6HPenDty
Penalty special reimburs reimbursable reimbursable reimbursable ¬
able taxes P 2726 2726Miscellaneous 2736I1sccllaneous 436
Miscellaneous S59S5342 S59S5342Total 83985342Total S3985342Total
Total Total to o general g nerai fund f nd 484206435 484206435Special 8i20013 8i20013Special
Special and andtrust and trust trust fund fund 81475S93 81475503Repayment 81475S93Repayment Ui5S3Repa
Repayment Repa ment to appropria appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
tions L 14372364 14372364Miscellaneous 145i236IMiscellaneous 14573364Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous receipts v U US uS US
S 2289399 2289399Aggregate 2289899Aggregate ZS9S99Aggregate
Aggregate 582544591 582544391Amount 582544591Amount 582544591Amount
Amount Of deposits with withTreasurer
I I Treasurer Tre Treasurer U5urer United States 582544591 582544591E
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E G Davis Tax Collector for the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
3 District District has submitted to Commission Commissioner ¬
c er West Vest his report for the fiscal fiscal year yearwhich yearwhich ear earwhich
i which closed June 30 last lattThe la lastThe t tThe
The total rcven revenues es of the District forthe for forthe torthe
t the year amounted to 5S254439L 5S254439LThis 5S2 5514 4591 4591ThIs = 591 591This
This Is an increase of 13878719 over
aggregate fund of the previous fiscal fiscalyear fiscalyenr fiscalear
3 year yearDivided yenrDivIded y ear earDivided
Divided Into their various subdivi ¬
the tax collections are as given
The largest source of Income under underthe underthe underthe
the miscellaneous head were fees from
whisky dealers During Durl g the year car
Tax Collector received received 41662000
the issuance Is isauancg uanc of ot permits for the
of liquors In the previous yearthe year yearthe yearthe
the amount collected from this source
41BSS5SO 4168584Unpaid 41BSS5SOUnpaid 41588580Unpaid
Unpaid taxes now amount to 46361572 IC3Gl5
n realty realt and 594134 9413422 making a total
of 53774994 53774994Mr 574991Mr u774994Mr
Mr Davis asks for 523350 3350 33 for the pay pa
cf salaries and contingent c nUngent expenses
his office during the next fiscal yearMOTHER year yearMOTHER car carMOTHEItAta
MOTHER MOTHEItAta AND > CHILD BURNEDMARIOX BURNED BURNEDMARION BURNEDIARIOX
MARION Ohio Oct 14 HVhlle While stoop
over to take her little baby from
cradle the skirts of Mrs Frank
fifteen years cars old Ignited from
l small gets range Theyoung The young mother
the Infant were fatally tatall burned burnedBANKER burnedBANKER burnedBANKER
BANKER BANKER SENT S1 NT TO PRISON PRISONSIOUX PRISONSIOUX PRISONSIOUX
SIOUX CITY Crr Iowa Oct 14W 14 W E
president of the failed First FIrstaUonal
aUonal Bank of Storm Lake Iowa
been be n sentenced by Judge Reed in
Federal court to five years ears in prison
fraudulent banking bankingPlenty bankInSPlentY bankingPlenty
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Crosses Cross s Line First in in Headlong Race of ofAutomobiles 9 9Automobiles of ofAutomobiles
Automobiles Around AroundoCourse Course at Mineola MineolaLong MineolaLong MineolaLong
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Cost to contestants V 500000Cost 500000Cost 500000 50000Cost
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Number of starters il t J < 18 18Countries 18Countries 18Countries
Countries represented representedGerman3 Germany > Italy Prance AA and andAmerica andAmerica andAmerica
America AmericaLength AmericaLength r rLength
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Length of course miles Vyv f vv f > j j vV > 2 283 283Number 283Numberoflapsp = 3
Number Numberoflapsp of laps lapsTotal lapsTotal 10 10Total
Total distance dlstlnce of race mites mil s 283 283Number 283Number 283Number
Number of f corners in race race 5 toleft 1 to right rightStart rightStart rightStart
Start and finish of race at Mineola Mi 1e la L r L Start at at6 6 a a mand m mand mand
and at 1 minute intervals No controls con ol or or official officialstops offi officialstops ial ialstops
stops required requiredNumber requiredNumber requiredNumber =
Number of makes of cars entered enteredr 10 10Tope
7 r Type of 9fcllrsAll cars All All multicylinder multicylinder vertical verlic l engines en engines s mo motor m mtor mo motor ¬
tor in in front frontSteamerso Steamers one fe WMte Siscylior Siscyliorder Sixcy Sixcyder
der cars 1 1PopeToledo 1PopeToledoRefereeW PopeToledo PopeToledoBTeferee Pop Toledo t tR
BTeferee R RefereeW feree w WKtVanderHrtJi WKtVanderHrtJiChairman Ki b iVariclerliiIt Van er iItJl Jr JrChairman c > +
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Chairman Cup CommissionRQberl Commission Eobert Lee MprrelL MprrelLSecretary fJ LorreIL LorreILSecretary > rrell rrellI
Secretary Cup CommissionoA Commission = A G BatchelcterStarter Batchelcter Bat BatchelderStarterFred che r rStarterFred
I Starter StarterFred Fred J Wagner
1 1
MINEOLA Oct Oct14 14 Hemery In an 80horsepower 80horsepo ° r Darracq won the theVanderbllt theY theVanderbilt
Y Vanderbilt ndrblIt Cup race rac here today from from his egnteeir elghteeIrwmpeUtors ompetltors over acourse a acourse 1 1rs
course course rs of f 28 310 miles ten times around for a total distance of 283 miles milesHis mll milesIsis
His time over the entire course was as 4 hours 36 minutes and 8 8 seconds secondsHis secondsHis secondsHis
His speed was at the average of seventy miles an hour hourThe hourThe hourThe
The winner of the race rac would have been Lancia LaI cia but for fora a collision collisionwith coI11sl collisionwith 1
with W1thChrisUe Christie for which the Italian was not responsibleHeath responsible responsibleHeath responsibleHeath
Heath the winner of the Vanderbilt Cup race last year forced forcedsteady forcedsteady a asteady
steady pace in the Panhard P ard and was a good second 5 cond He was 3 minutesand minutes minutesand minutesatd
and 32 seconds behind the winner in elapsed time The winner finished finishedat finishedat finishedat
at 105208 105208Tracy 105208Tracy 105208Tracy
Tracy in his 120horsepbwer 12 horsepbwer Locomobile was third and aildLancia aildLanciafourth Lands Lanciafourth Landsfourth
fourth Lancia finished third but took fourth place on elapsed time After AfterTracy AfterTracy AfterTracy
Tracy had finished the race was called off to prevent prevent serious accidents accidentsas
as the crowd swarmed on the track trackLANCIAS trackLANCIAS trackLANCIAS
LANCIAS DEFEAT DEFEA DISAPPOINTMENT r
Hemery said alter the race raceIt raceIt raceIt
It was a grand race and such a one onethat onethat onethat
that they the have hav In France I am glad to tohave tohave tohave
have won wonter for I esteem it ita its a great thing to todefeat todefent todefeat
defeat drivers such as contested upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the course today tod My machine never neverfailed neverfaned neversailed
failed me mepund and I felt that the race would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be mine mineThe mineThe mineThe
The defeat of Lancia was a great dis disappointment dIsappointment illsppointment ¬
appointment a to the crowd In the grand grandstand grandstand grandstand
stand standRarely standRarely standRarely
Rarely on any an course has there ever everbeen everbeen everbeen
been witnessed witnessed such driving
Autos Are Hurled Along AlongIn AlongIn AlongIn
In Shifting ShiftingProcesslon Procession
Shortly before b tore 6 oclock the hour hourscheduled hourscheduled
scheduled for the start Jenatzy Tenatz In his his120horsepower his12ohorsepowcr his10horsepower
I
120horsepower Mercedes want slowly slowlyto
to the starting line and awaited tho thoword thoword theword
word from F J Wagner agner the starter starterThere starterThere starterThere
There was unexpected pause as the
tire of Jenatzys machine vibrated vibratedon vibratedon
on the starting line lineAre lineAre lineAre
Are you ready real asked the starter starterYes starterYes starterYes
Yes replied r pUed Jenatzy JenatzyWilliam Tenntz TenntzYillinm j
William K Vanderbilt jr donor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the cup and one of the referees with withGould withr
r > Gould BKOkaw stepped forward and
Wands hands with Jenatzy Tenatz and wished
well
Theyre Off OffThen OffThen I IThen
Then began the contest contestAt contestAt contestAt
At 54945 49A5 Wagner ggner beginning with
15 counted slowly slowl backward
after counting one said Go GoThere GoThere GoThere
There was a snort and smoke as from
discharged gun The big Mercedes Mercedescar Mercedescar Mercedescar
car leaped from the starting line like 71
and sped ped awuy leaving a feinttroll feint fainttrail feinttran
trail of blue smoke and a strong odor
lllsmelllnx gasolene gasoleneThere gtlsoleneThere gasoleneThere
There was a faint cheer as Jenatzy Jenat Jenatllsappeured
in the distance distanceKeene distanceKeene distanceKeene
Keene Cheered CheeredAt CheeredAt CheeredAt
At Intervals of one minute the con ¬
s were sent away awa Foxhall Foxh ll
who ho drove his own 120horse 120horsepower l2Ohorspower 130horsepower ¬
power Mercedes received an ovation O lt1on
the Four Hundred Hun red in the grand
when he waited at the line for the
signal signalTracy signalrrnc signalTracy
Tracy rrnc In his 120horsepower locomo ¬
was scheduled to start at 610 but b t
had trouble with his machine and
not able to start until 63S This lost
twentyeight lwntel ht minutes minutesWhen minutesVhen minutesWhen
When Paul Sartorl S torl in his SOhorse
Lands had a lead of twenty minutes inInutesat minutesat
at one time Through tire trouble he talost helost helost
lost time timeWhile timeTJ1Ue timeWhile
While TJ1Ue repairing Christie ChrtstIoco1Uded collided withMm withhim with withhim
him His machine was partially dis disabled dsnbled disabied ¬
abled abiedBut J JBut
But for this he would surely have won wonthe wonn wonnthe
the race raceThe raceThe raceThe
The second honors went to Heath who
deserved them for fordrIvinga driving a a consistent consistentnjce consistentce consistentrace
race ce His driving was3o was a repetition of
his daring work last year The race racenext racenext racenext
next year year will be held In France On Oncourse a acourse acourse
course to be determined later
Power Fiat Fla came to the t e line a yov yovwoman yo yowoman youn younwoman
woman said tt tu be his hlsfilnceerusha4 fiancee rushft rusheaacross rushftacross
across the track and throwing > ± or r 1 arffflfaroun artW artWaround arWarounthls
around arounthls aroun his neck gave gate him a hearty
kiss
Order Ord I of Start StartThe StartThe StartThe
The racers were sent away m in th thfollowing the thetolJowln thefollowing
following tolJowln order orderJenatzy orderTenatz orderJenatzy
Jenatzy Tenatz driver Mercedes 12 120horu 1220horsepower horae horaepower
j power Robert Graves Gravtsr owner ownerDuary onerDunl ownerDuary
Duary Dunl driver De Dietrich 130horse 130horsepower 130horsepower 130horsepower
power De Dietrich Company owner owners
Dlngle Dingley > < v r driver PopeToledo 60horsa 60horsapower oohorsepower 60horsepower
power A L Pope owner
Lancia driver Fiat UOhorsepower =
Hollander Tangerman owners
Keene djriver rler Mercedes 120horse 120horsepower 10horsepower
power Foxhall P Keene owner
Wagner < driver Darracq SOhorse SOhorsapower SOhorsepower SOhorsepower
power Darracq Co owners
Tracy driver Locomobile 120horse 120horsepower 12Ohorsepowtr 120horsepower
power Dr H E Thomas owner
Naszaro driver Flat 110horsepower
Hollander Tnngerman owners ownersWarden own ownersWarden
Warden nrcie1 driver Mercedes ercedes 120horse 120horsepower 120horsepower ¬
power J T B Warden owner ownerSzisz ownerSzisz
Szisz Szit driver Renault SOhorsepower
Renault Bros owners ownersChristie onersChrltle ownersChristie
Christie driver Christie 60horsepcw 60horsepcwcr
cr Walter Christie owner ownerCedrino ownerl
l Cedrino driver Flat llOborsepowcr
Hollander Tangerman owners ownersCampbell wners wnersCampbell
Campbell driver dr1 r Mercedes crcE cs 90horse 90horsepower OOhorsepower
power S B Stevens owner ownerHeath ownerHeath ownerHeath
Heath driver Panhard 120horse 120horsepower 120horsepower hors horspower ¬
power Panhard Levassor owners
Lylte driver PopeToledc 9Ohorsepower 90horsepower 90horsa 90horsapower
power A 3 A 3 Pope owner ownerChevrolet ownerCht ownerChevrolet
Chevrolet Cht > vIolet driver Flat 90horsepower
C J J S Miller pwncr pwncrHemc owner ownerHemery caner canerHemerY
Hemery Hemc driver drive Darracq SOhorse SOhcrsepower SOhorsepower SOhorsepower
power Darracq Co owners ownershlte
White hlte driver White Z hlte 40horsepower
W T White owner ownerSartorl ownerSartorI ownerSartorl
Sartorl driver Fiat 90horsepower
A 3 G Vanderbilt owner
There was no o No 13 and Campbell Campb fe
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