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THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURDAY SAT SATURDAYOOTOBER URD AY OCTOBER OCTOBER 14 1903 1 05
a 90 Mercedes took X instead of the thesocalled theocalled
socalled called unlucky unluck number numberThe numberThe numberThe 1
The first round was highly exciting excitingfind excitingnnd exclttngand
find one calculated to make the nerves nervesof nereJot nereof
of most people tingle The contestants contestantsopened contestantstlpEmed conteatantopened
opened up their power and levers to the thelast thelast thelast
last clutch Over the course the racers racersfled racersfled racersfled
fled halting at nothing nothIn and negotiating negotiatingthe negotlatlnthe
the turns at Lakeville and Hyde Hdepark Hdeparkat Park Parkat Parkat
at breakneck speed speedLancia JlpeedLancia speedLancia
Lancia to Front FrontLancle FrontLande FrontLancie
Lancle and his big Fiat covered the thefirst f ffirst
first round of 283 83 miles In the remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able time of 2349 Jenatzy Jenatz In the Mer Mercedes Mercedes Ier Iercedes ¬
cedes ran him a close CIOS second covering coveringthe coveringthe coveringthe
the distance In 2452 2452Szlsz 2452Slsz Z452Szisz
Szlsz in his Renault and Foxhall FoxhallKecne FoxhallKeene FoxhallKeene
Keene had a rim pace on the he i first firstround I
round and the honors went to Kecne Kecnewho l ecue ecuewho ecnewho I
who started 5 minutes after the theFrenchman thel theFrenchman I
Frenchman l < Near the finish of the first firstwent firstrlund firstrnind
rlund leene caught Szlsz and the they theyWent
went by b the grandstand grandstnndwheel wheel and andwheel andheel
wheel heel going at the rate of eighty miles milesan P Pan pc pcun
an hour I ji jiThe jtThe
The first of the race as a far as 1S Lancia Lanciawas L1ncfaas LanclaWas
was as concerned proved a regular pro procession I IcelCslon
cession He Hecompleteb completely outcln outcinsssI s > i h hhzP4 hhzP4rivals hisi hisirlval3 P Privals
rivals and had a clear it edITU m i U i T twenty twcntym twentyminutes tt ttminutes
minutes m fnutes on the > third round His speed I b bwas b4 b4was bwas
was terrific and he rever Jet o 0t up He cov covered C t i nl nlered a aered
ered the thetUth fifth round In itt03 003 This vas vasfcalf as asbale
bale or the race raceHe n nHe
He led his nearest competitor Keene Keenen 1 1by L
by b a few seconds s ondK over eighteen minutes h hr hKeenewna
Sin r Keene Keenewna was then thez put out of the race raceoy racean racean
oy an accident nccldentKeene
L LHeene L Lieene
Keene Put Put Out OutHartori OutSntorl n
Hartori in i hib hl Flat by consistent rac rnc rncIn c cIng nc
Ing In drew up to the third position posltl n on the thethird thethird c cthird
third round and when Mr Keene was wascompelled wasompeiled wasoompeiled
compelled to withdraw because of hisaccIdent his hisaccident
accident Itlooltcd It looked for a time as If he e eand n nand
and Lancia both on Flat cars would wouldtight J Jfight
to the finish finlslHerner
fight It out a aHemery aHemery
Hemery Herner In ltihla his hi Darracq pulled up to c csecond CJ CJsecond
second place on the sixth round Lancia Lanciawas Lanciawas
was still leading by fully full twentyfive twentyfives tl tlminutes tI tIminutes
minutes Szlsz came with a run during s sthat Sl Slthat
that round and was third Lancia coy co a aered al alered
ered tho six sl rounds In 2 hours 25 mln mlnutes mm 1 1utes >
utes and 50 seconds Szlszs time for forsix n nsix nsix
six rounds was two hours hoursChevrolet hoursCheYrolet hoursChevrolet
Chevrolet burst the axle of his Fiat Fiatwhile FlatwhUe Fiatwhile
while on the seventh round and ho hewithdrew holthdrew howithdrew
withdrew from the race Christie had hn hnthe n
the front rontwheels wheels of oChlliir hla hI machine n thhtne hlne broken brokenLancia brokenLanclas
Lanclas Lancia s performance on the first Hrstround firstJtJund firsts s
round made him a hot hotnorite favorite for the therace therace s srace
race for he he kept up the pace without withoutdlmlnlshlns li lidiminishing
diminishing
Lancia kept up his phenomenal pace paceIn paceIn
In the second round as he did In the theronndprecedln T Tround
round ronndprecedln preceding The second round roundWIlS roundwas b o owas
was covered cove by b him In 4700 His closest closestrival n nrival arival
rival Jenatzy Jenatz in his Mercedes followed tonowedf t taround taround
around the circle In 4925 Vaguer was wasthird wasthird wasthIrdS
f third thIrdS with the time of 4940 4940Vugner c o
Wagner however was not long Ion for forthe b
the race for on the next round he slip slipI l lTied
f Tied > ed e the gear of his machine at the rail railroad railroad o oroad
road crossing and was wastorced forced to with withdraw r
draw
Lancia Has Setback SetbackIn Setb ck ckIn n
l lIn
In the sixth slxthro round nd at Lakcvllle L kedIJe Lancia Landawasiorcedto d dWas < j jwas
wasiorcedto was forced to lay la up for tire repairs repulrslIc t tHe tHe
He consumed consumedscen seven minutes fixing his histires hisI histires
I tires Just as Jic was starting off oi again againChrIstie J
Christie crashed into lnt fat6 him Both ma machines mi michlnu machines ¬
chines were were somewhat disabled Neitherof Neither Neitherof Neitherof
of tho drivers was Injured InjuredLancia InjuredLancia injuredLancia
Lancia soon gqt intq ln Q the t raqe rt e again againand nalt naltand againand
and received an ovation wnen when lir btnp btnparedon ap appeared ¬
pared aredon on the thencxt next round at the grand grandstand t lFtand tII
stand FtandThe II The accident occurred Qc ur d shortly ShO I before r o 10 10 I t ta toclock
oclock and up to that thattime tlme Lancia had t tHemer 1
a clear CI enr lead and looked 10 Ok d an easy eas winner winnerHemery V
Hemery Hemer in his race with Heath was not notto I Ito II IIto
to be denied and on the Jericho road roadovertook roadovertook roadovertook
overtook and passed tho thoimerican American AmerScandrlver driver I It Itund i iand
und took the lead It was a close fight fightbetween fi ht htbetween
between them themor Xor or on the next round roundn roundnthe roundthe a aueel a
the begl begiuting nlngor the ninth the they nth ran I tJ tJbeel t theel
heel and heel at Hyde Park p p
Nazzarro In a Flat was third at the theend theendo theend
end endo of theelghth the eighth round roundLttndia roundLm
Lttndia Lm I was fourth on the eighth lap lapwith s swith
with time timeo of 40109 The leaders at the theeighth theeighth a aeighth a
eighth lap were Hemery Heath Naz Nazzaro Nazaro Nazzaro
zaro aro They were from fromfie five minutes minutestotwentypne r rto rtdtwentyone
to totwentypne twentyone seconds apart apartI
t tLancia tI
I Lancia Coming Up i iHeath h hHeath
Heath In car 7o o 4 and Hemery in incar c
car ca rNo No 1 15 passed tll the stand Sb 1 d heck he Ck and andneck ndP ndPneck I Ineck
neck on the ninth lap The crowd gave gaveli gaverousing
li a rousing chcerl heer Hemerys car seemed 8cemedto r rto
to be In the lead Lands passed stand standn standon r ron r
on on n ninth lap with the time of o 425 He Hewas a awas
was now third In the race t tAt r rAt rAt
At 1035 the finish of o the ninth rcrund j jthe IJthethrec
the thethrec three leaders leaderllpwere were Hemery Heath Heathand Hethand Heathand
and Lancia 1 1Finish
Finish Terrific TerrificHemery i iHemery 1 c
1t
Hemery and nd Heath were we re running at atthe athe t
t
the he rate of seventyfive miles an hour hourand nand
and were neck and neck The finish finishpromised c cpromised
promised to be the hottest of o any au automobile nutotnobile ¬ t ttomobUe
tomobile race ever ixeld 1eld Both machines machineswere machln machlnere
were ere pushed at maximum speed speedHemery speedHemel
Hemery Hemel finished at 105203 Elapsed Elapsedtime Elapsedtime l
time 4 hours 36 minutes and 8 8secon4s 8secon4sHeath seconds secondsHeath
Heath crossed at 105220 plupsed plupsedtime lapsed lapsedtime l L
time 4 hours 39 minutes 40 seconds secondsHemery secondsHemery
Hemery emery Wins WinsAs WinsAs
As Hemery Herner gave Heath three thre minutes minutesat minutesat i
at the start Hemery won the Vander Vanderbllt Vanderbllt VanderbUt
bllt cup by 14 seconds secondsTracy secondsTraCY secondsTracy
Tracy was third and Lands fourth fourthTerrific fourtho
o Terrific TerriftcContestFree TerriftcContestFreeFrom Contest Free FreeFrom FreeProm
From Serious Accident AccidentMINEOLA Accident1toIlNEOLA AccideniMINEOLA
MINEOLA L U L I Oct 14 14Thc The pace paceof paceot pac e 0of
of the Vanderbilt VanderbUtcub cub automobile race racewas rac racasaJl I Iwzis
was asaJl all that could be expected by the themost themost th t tmost
most ardent enthusiast No dangerous dangerousaccident dangerousncchlent e eaccident
accident occurred during the race and andIt andIt azu d iiit
It was accounted for In part by the thenct thenctthat fact factthat ac t Lthat
that there were no controls to make the thedrivers ther1ver8 th t tdrivers
drivers r1ver8 cut down their speed speedThe spe spedThe d dThe
The first serious aer accident occurred occurredta occurredtaLytJ to toLytte t tLytle
Lytte LytJ In his PopeToledo at Bulla Head Headon Headn 1
on 9n n the second secondround round While going at a aterrific aterrItlc 1 tterrific
terrific rate of speed his machine caught caughta t ta
a a wet ct piece of otrond road and the big machine machinebegan machinebegan I C Cbegan
began to skid k1d and half overturned overturnedLytles overturnedLytles overturnedLytls
Lytles machinist Tattersall was wasthrown wasthrown Wa s Sthrown
thrown from the machine with terrific terrificforce terrIl1cforce c Cforce i
force Into a ditch Ho was badly hurt hurtand hurtand hurtand
and waa wa as taken to the Nassau Hospital HospitalIt I IIt
It was said later he wonM recover recoverVanderbilt recoverVanderbilt recoverVanderbilt
Vanderbilt to Rescue RescueV
5 W V K Vanderbilt rushed to the thesceno thescenoof scene scenepf acenthe B
pf of the accident from the grandstand in inan Inan i ian n
an emergency hospital automobile Lytle Lytlewas Lytlewas Lyti C Cwas
was not hurt hurtFoxhall hurtFoxhn11 hurtFoxhall
Foxhall Keene had a a narrow escape escapefrom escapefrom escapfrom c
from death at the Willis Avenue turn tumot tumotthe of ofthe c IL d dthe t
the course Going G ing at a nr a rfurious r furious rate rateKeene rateKeene rat r rKeene j
Keene lost control < of his machine and andiii andIn an d iiIn 1
In an Instant the car plunged Into a tel telegraph telegraph te 1 C Cegraph ¬
egraph pole beside of the road Keene Keenewas Keenewus Keexi e ewas
was filing out but escaped with only a afew afew afew
few slight bruises bruisesAn bruisesAn bruisesAn
An examination of the machine show showed showed f fed r ¬
ed that onehalf of the forward wheels wheelswas whc4IsWas whe Is iswas
was broken Keenes machinist did not notescape notucapc fl > t teeape
escape as luckily and was badly hurt hurtKeene hurtKeene hur t to tKeene
Keene was second In the race when the theaccident theaccident U le 10accident
accident occurred occurredMinor occurredMinor occurredMinor
Minor Accidents AccidentsThere AccidentsThere AccidentsThere
There were minor accidents all along alongthe alon alonthe I ig igthe
the route from the thtrt first lap on onJenatzy onJenatzy onJenatsy
Jenatzy blew out a cylinder head headDingley hea heaDingley I j
Dingley blow bl out the cylinder head headhis of ofhi othi f t
hi his PopeToledo In the fourth round and andhad ar ld idizad d I Ihad
had to withdraw withdrawWarden withdrawVarden withdrawWarden
Warden in a Mercedes passed the thegrand thegrandstand U Ugrand
grand grandstand stand toward the end at reduced reducedpeed reducedpe reduc reducspeed
peed pe d with one tire gone goneWhite goneWhite goneWhite
White and ChrIstie both met wi wHh wHhminor Ih h hminor a
minor accidents that delayed them themChristie themChristie thea n 1
Christie lost nearly fifteen tecn minutes minutesmaking In Inmaking Inmaking n
making repairs repairsSpectators repl repairsSpectators rs rsSpectators
Spectators Were Wild WildThe WildTho
The excitement along the entire entireNusfau enUreNwuau enti re e
Nusfau circuit was Intense In tho thoMlncola tho11Ineola ti to o
Mlncola grandstand men and women womenseemed womenseemed worn En m 1
wornta
seemed as speedmad as the motorists motoriststhemselves mCltorlststhemselves ts
themselves All along the course were werecheering werechterlng we re e
wea
cheering thousands who grew gre wildly en enthusiastic enthualasUc ci a 1 i ¬
thusiastic at the frequent brushes as cia In Individual tndlYldual Ii r a i ¬
dividual motor cars passed each other otherThere othernere othE r
There were exciting Individual races racesbetween racesMtwct rae es s
between = n Foxhall Keene and Lancia raeid and andseveral andseveral ai 1d
several others of the contestants na they theyA theyA thi aiCl Cl y
A GUARANTEED CURE URE FOR PILES PILESItehlncr PILESItekIBlBlInd PIL PILtehinL S
Itehlncr ItekIBlBlInd Blind Blowing Dl clnJr or Protruding ProtrudingPilot ProtrudlnPil Il s gif
Pilot Pil Your druelit will refund money if ifEaxo ItPuoOlRtment
Eaxo PuoOlRtment Ointment fall falls to cure you IB 6 61dayL to tollteys
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King Edward Friend FriendOf FriendOf FriendOf
Of Lady Violet Watt WattHis
His H is Majestys Name Brought Into Celebrated CelebratedTrial C CelebratedTrialLondon lebrated lebratedTrial
Trial TrialLondon London Is Aghast AghastVanted Wanted the theCase theCase theCase
Case Hushed HushedUp Up
LONDON Oct 14 14Kln 14King King Edward Edwardthe Edward the
the thefriend friend friend of Lady Lud Violet Watt aU may maypossibly 22 22I
possibly be called upon again to per perjure ¬ 0 0jure
jure jt re himself like a gentleman gentlemanThe ellt1tman he herhe
The name oT d I his majesty maj st sty was unes unespectedly un ex > Ma Mapectedl
pectedly brought into the celebrated celebratedtrial M Mal Ma
B BaI
trial al of o Hugh Watt YaU the former mem member ¬ too fooer
ber er of parliament Who hO Is charged char ed with withi wlthpnr
attempting to bribe a private detective detectivenamed an unnamed
named Marshall arsh ll to assist asdsthrrn him in killing killingLady ir
I
inf
Lady nd ady Violet Watt utt who had divorced divorcedhim cu cuhim
him im I thlThe
himThe
The trial 1 Is the reigning sensation of ofLondon s sLondon
London ondon and the mention of the Kings Kingsname Kln King a I int
name ame came wtlh a shock to Englands Englandscapital
ter te tecapital terapital
capital The bombshell burst when the thecattleman th I by b bcattleman byof
cattleman Norman Battle withdrew withdrewneared withdreweared of otnenred
neared the standC stand These races rn es aroused arousedIntense arousedtense
Intense in tense enthusiasm enth 5lam1 The women in the thestand 1110stand theand
stand st and stod tod up and waved their parasols parasolsand par1l80lsand parasolsnd TI Ttho
and nd mingled their cheers with the shouts shoutsvf shoutsI shoutsIcie
vf tlyj I mon monLytle mei meiLytle
Lytle e made Icie tho first lap In fairly fnlrl good goodtime so goodme d dtime
time me but did not cross the tape the thesecond thesecond theecond
second time until 2 hours and 17 minutes minutesafter minutesaCter minutesfter
after fter the start This put him practical practically practicalout
ly out of the race but he kept on run running running runing ¬
ning ing without a mechanic mechanicShouted mechanicShouted mechanicShouted
Shouted to Lancia LanciaOn LanciaOn LanclaOn
On the fifth lap Lancia was 15 15minutes Se Semlnut
minutes mlnut m inutes s ahead He had gone over the thostraightaway thestralghtawa thetraightaway
straightaway parts of the course at a aspeed asPeed apeed
speed JIB as high as nselght eighty miles m les an hour hourIt hourIt hourwas
It was said In n the grandstand grandstandHis grandstandHis grandstandHis
His friends feared that he would meet meetbeginning meetwith meetith
with w ith disaster and as he passed at the B
beginning of o tho fifth lap they shouted shoutedat shouted shoutedat
at t him to slow slo down He paid no heed heedto heedto heedo
to o them themThere themThere themThere
There was a terrible set expression expressionbig
on n his face He crouched low In his hisig B U Ubig
big ig 100horsepower 10C > horBepower Flat his hands tight tightly tihth tighty ¬
ly h y gripping the wheel As he flashed flashedover fiashedover flashedver
over ver the tape tap past the grandstand the themen themen theen
men m en and women there went wild wildThe wildThe wildThe
The second nun George Heath win winner wlnnero wincr
nero cr of the cup last year ear was as heed heedless bccdless beedess
less ess of o danger as the Italian Heath Heathdrqvo I
drqvo rQvo a a 120 Panhard car representing
the he French team teamSociety se
nleSociety
Society s and Sportsmen
C CThrong eThrong co
Throng ThrongEntfr2 Entire Course Coursean lh lhj thI
j I sa1 sa1to an anto a aMINEOLA
to tothousand
MINEOLA L I Oct 14 14One One hundred hundredwll wll
thousand people lined the course of the theVanderbilt
thJ
Vanderbilt V Cup race Lids hls morning mornln when whenthe whencrt
the he nineteen automrollea uu tomlles representing representingthe S crt cr
the th e United States Germany German France and f fItaly rlv
101 lo
Italy Ital taly started In a contest con test of 283 miles m UP
t tin
The day was ideal for automobile rac racing
Te
Jug Ju g There was a slight chill to the theair It J
air ir and the warm sun soon dissipated dissipatedthe dls lpated
or
the he frost trostwhlch which hung over the Jamaica Jamaicaplains
plains lains JJ Spl en
The race was ten times around a asomewhat
ge gesomewhat
somewhat difficult track twentyeight twentyeightand of ofnd
and nd threefifths miles to the lap a
It was Americas premier automobile
pj pjrace picmce
race ace and many automobile enthusiasts enthusiaststurned
turned out to witness tho event Every Everyhotel Everyotel T E Ehotel <
hotel otel and house h use within miles of the thecourse theQUrEe
hc them
course was filled to overflowing overfiowln for forlaces mi miplaces
places p laces ta see the the he race wl wlMnny wtan
Many an New Yorkers Yorkers remained up all th thnljrht thJnJ1tht
nljrht n ight In the city cltyand 1ty and all nlln night ght restau wi wirant w wrantc
rant ants did < Jd a ahollda holiday business th
Scores Sco of automobiles filled with me men menand menad
d and nd women omen raced along alon Long Island Islandroads Islandroads 1
roads to Mlneola Hyde Park and other otherpoints otheroints fa fapoints
points IJ oints to seek places of advantage sc scl
The Long Lon Island sl nd railroad ataosered taered sa a
under u nder a burden of humanity which It
uc
could ould not handle One train schedul acheduld d l T Tto Te
to 0 leave Long Island City at 335 oclock oclockhis dc dcthis dothis
this his morning finally rave up the attempt ta tao
to o reach Mineola and stalled o a curve h
at n t Garden City at 6 tioclock oclock An angry angrycrowd angrycrowd th
crowd ct surrounded the locomotive ahgryL and aridthreatened l 10 10threatened °
threatened the engineer < < se seSociety soSociety seSociety
Society was out in force despite the in 101
early e arly hour The grand stand was com coml 1 1pletely
pletely p letely filled long before the race start re reed rtel rtelcd
ed e d The 400 breakfasted at at2 2 a m The C th thwomen h hl
women w omen donned their best hats and went wentut rii riiout rllout
out o ut to Hyde Park with the Duchess of 01
Marlborough who was the main mum attrac attraction attractlonln ¬
tion tlonln t ion In the big grand stand which waa waaablnze wasablaze
ablaze a with color The daughter of the thei th
house of Vanderbilt was In tho stand standsoon stun i DI
soon s oon after sunup sunupDuchess E EDuchess ij ijDuchess D
Duchess in Demand DemandEveryone DemandEveryone DemandEveryone
Everyone who had even nodding noddl ac acquaintance acqualntance acquaintance ¬
quaintance with her lost no time In Inreaching tnrenchlng Zr Zrreaching
reaching her seat The picturesque picturesquefeature pcturesqwfeature J Jfeature
feature of her costume was a hat of ofchiffon ofchlftonand oi r
chiffon chlftonand and velvet set off B
on one side sid I c cwith C Cv1th
with wthi a stiff feather Her mother Mrs MraO Mrso J
O H P Belmont was In the stand standan3 standan standnaZi
naZi an was at the elbow of her titled titleddaughter titleddauxhter idaughter i
daughter daughterMrs dauxhterMrs
Mrs William Vanderbilt stood fre freqtlently ° od 3 3he
quently on the rail as the car cars went by
She he was dressed In white brown broad broadcloth ¬
cloth Mrs E H Thomas was in tha thibox 1
box with the Duchess of Marlborough Maryboroughwhile MarlboroughwhUe Marlboroughwhile
while Mrs rs George Gould was her imme immediate ImmodSate imrnediate
diate neighbor Mrs lrs Howard Gould Goul Goulooked 1
looked l handsome Mrs olrs Clarence ClarenceMackay ClarenuMackay
Mackay was becomingly gowned omed ax axusual a at aJ
usual usualI Z
KILLED BY OWN CRIME CRIMECHICAGO CRIMEs CRIMECHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 14 HAnthony Anthony Gauhn Gauhni r1 ILasphyxiated L
was asphyxiated today toda while attempting attemptingto r > R
to steal a gas slot machine He cut the thepipe thevlpe th e epipe i
pipe supplying the device with gas and andwas an d 1 T Twas
was overcome by the fumes dying alone aloneIn t S > T Tin T Tin
in the basement basementDEATH s sDEATH
h
DEATH RECORD RECORDB J
Armold Grant S 46 24 2d d ne
Baldwin Uuel Bus 8 841i 4A Providence Hospital HospitalC l
Beckwlth Estella 53 2 1322 27th nt ntBoyd fitHOd
Boyd Marion 8 mo mOil 700 J lawrence wrence It ItCalor t tc c
Caylor Calor Laura V 65 1853 Oth nw nwDeianey nwDelaney
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Delaney William F 31 l Govt lion Insane In ne neIL J
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Dooley Martin 43 1119 4th nw nwj n nGlaaco nwGlasco
Glasco Julia 50 1305 Clifton st std
Helm li John 0 5 mos 1129 6th ne
H Herbert rb rt r Leroy r > m2 2 Children M r niiospltal Hospital
Hlllman Infant or Frank and Eot Eitlllo Ilo 2 dayt I P
1535 Cth nw nwa fi fia
Hood Sarah P 74 307 D nw nwKerr nwKerr 1 1Kerr
Kerr Samuel C 74 114 ll 7th s sr Ie
Klmmel Henry 60 e sos Louisiana ave nw na r
LS Lacy > J111 Thelmo 5 > Ambulance 4n n rout route to 0 i
Provld Providence ncc Hospital nos ltal ltalto i it
Moten Ioen Bertha ertha 51 i3ovt Hot Insane InianePumphrey Insanele t
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Murphy Margaret Ia aret M 1 78 7 6th and I ne I
Pumphrey Robert 0 It mo mos 201 L nw nwI I IGOLD
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Food that thatfits fits is better than a gold goldmine gol d C Cmine
mine says tc fI grateful man manBefore manBetore
Before I commenced to uso Grape GrapoXuts 0 l
Xuts food no man on earth ever had hadIh a t ta tworse
worse Infliction from catarrh of o the thestomach tt Ie
stomach than I had for years yeargcould eara J
I could eat nothing but the very vet 7 y te telightest
lightest food and even that gave m m41 m41great n 141 J JGreat
Great distress distresse
I went through the catalogue of pre preto preo pr e
pared foods but found them all except exceptEn excel pt t J Jm
GrapeNuts more or less Indigestible Indigestiblein e
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generating gus In the stomach which whit h i
in turn produced headache and various variouse variot variotother is B
other pains and ochea and otherwise otherwisei otherwii lJe
unavailable for my m use user useGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts food I havo found cosily east ly I
digested and assimilated and it has re res roes r
newcd my health and vigor IK9r and made madey made1d znw znwme
me n well man again lhe catarrh catarrhthe ot oty o
the stomach has disappeared entirely entirelywith entirelywith entire Iy lywith
with all its attendant ills thanks to toGrapeNuts toS toGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts which now is my my almost almostsole almostsole ahino st
sole food I want no other1 other Name Names Nan 0
given by Postum Co Battle Creek CreekIf Cre Ie k kIt
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Ten Tendnys days trial tells the story i
Theres a reason r nson
Bi Bithe B
evidence Cvdence which ht gave September dr drn
drT
T TOn TJ TJOn
On n that occasion Battle declared that thathe thathe thatoverheard
overheard conversation between
a vj t
El Elrshall 1
Marshall rshall and another man in which whichMarshall f fMarshall U Urshall
Marshall rshall was wasthreatene threatened < 1 P PBattle PI PIButtlesalct Piattle
Battle Buttlesalct attle said his real r ul name wan w an Light 1r 1rt r D Dtoot > i ifoot
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foot t and that Watt who wen wu aocom H Hpaniod Hpnnicd Hied
paniod pnnicd pan panan ied by b a man describing hmselt as i M Man Mequerry I Iun
equerry of King Edward met the B Bwitness HI HIwitness Bness
witness wit ness in Hyde Park August ugust 24 and Ci CiInformed CII
Informed ormed him that the King wished the H Hcase HI He
case cas e to be withdrawn Watt Vattdlctnted dictated H Htlu Hthl Hevidence
the theSep evidence which the witness gave G GSeptember GSept Gtember
September Sept Sep tember mber 22 22Battle 22attle
Battle Il attle said the supposed S1lIpolfe < 1 equerry was G GIntroduced 01 01Introduced l lroduced
Introduced roduced as Lord Kinloch The lat st jstter stsaid
said the case cas was tci t be hushed up cr crby crb trorder
order of o the King who was a friend B Bof flLady J Jot
Lady Lad Violet Watt att U UTECH lh lhTEGH tiECHDEFEATEO
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series ser ies at National Park yesterday Tech Technical Technical ¬
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the first championship game and at the thesame 8 8same
same nie time have all her players who are areto aretobo s
tobo be played In the later games escape escapewithout es escaptthout = npe npewltho
without wltho thout t Injury InJur Business was elated elatedthat elatedthat elateCat L
that at her team was able to make a ii L fi ficreditable fcCredftab
creditable Credftab editable e ShOWln showing g against agah st her 11er heavier v vrivals
rivals ¼ tls 1 and hold the score core to a much muchlower I d c1
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lower wer figure than was made m de by the des b btined bed D Dtined
tined ed champions last October when k t tTech tt ttTech t
Tech ch won on by 27 to 0 t tA tE tEIt
A crowd of about 1500 was present A Alarge I 1 1large
large lar ge number of these were the support supportera fi fiera i1a
era a of the two teams but many of o the i t tspectators tJ tJspectators tectators
spectators ectators went to the park in order to te r rget rget
get t some line on on the probable strength strengthof 1
the Tech team which is expected to toagain te
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afi again ain make a strong bid for the cham championship championship chamnship ¬
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more ore snap and dash than the eleven elevenwhich I fl flwhich c t
which wh ich represented the schools last year
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this thi s being due in a largo measure to the th D j jwork h hwork
work wo rk of Crook who no kept his team on ot 1 r rthe pthe
the e jump throughout the contest contestIn contest1n contestn
In n tho tho matter matter of o weight wel ht Tech compares comparesfavorably comparesfavorably compareiyorably
favorably yorably with any an of the other high highschools highschools
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schools hools the averago avera e being about the theame tlii e
same me as the Eastern eleven Most lost of 0 r r rTechs rl
Techs Tech chs ground groundcmlnln ralninfr yesterday esterda was II t ldone tdone
done ne by Captain Duganne the big wait left lefttackle lef t t ttackle
tackle ckle who hammered the left side of o r c cthe cthe
the e Business line for steady gains Fol Following t tl
lowing 10wlI1 wing strong Interference Crook made madesoverol i c cseveral
several veral pretty quarterback runs run the thelast thi r 1 1lost
last st touchdown of the game being the thi thisult e I Iresult lJ lJresult
result sult of o this play With the ball on onthe ci 1 J Jthe
the e 40yard line Crook skirted Business Businessright BUS Inc8s b
right rig ht flank and ran to within two yards yardsTO yardsTO yardTO S
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lecture ecture by Bishop B pa OLIVER tHJ I C SABIN slil t will WII WIIof b bof be
of t the regular series of twelve tree lectures lecturesteaching lecturesteachln is s seaching
teaching teachln how to heal sickness and overcome overcomepoverty overcomeIe overcor overcorOverty ne
poverty p pw and the Inharmonles of Ufa lit This Thiswill ThiswUl Ti
will w ill be th only free course given during durin
the year oar and those who wish to learn this thlanclenco thisy U Ucienc
nclenco cienc should endeavor to attend Subject Subje
of O f evening lecture by Mr WINFIELD S
WHITMAN The Everlasting Life Th Tbu T Tegular bu
regular r vre weekly kly testimonial meeting will willeld be bee
held h eld on Thursday or this week w 8k Instead of otpt
Wednesday WNnea < 1ay at 730 but thereafter they will w111e w we
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Service Sunday 11 a m and 8 p m msubject vi viubject
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school s JO a L m Wednesday 8 p m Public Publiccordially Pub lie lienK lieprdisily
cordially c Illy Invited All seats aeat free Readinr Read Readoom nK nKt
room r In the Trader National Bank build bull ¬
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of o the goal onl line On the final plunge plungeGarvey plungeGarvey I
Garvey Glr v carried the leather le ther Ji JIcross JIcrossFor nerossFor cross crossFor
For Business Business Captain Buwles was the thestar thestar thestar
star Ho was la every play pla and his hisclever hisclever hisclever
clever defensive work brought the Tech Techrunner Techrunner Techrunner
runner down upon uponseverul several occasions whenB whenBusiness when whenBusiness
Business B slness goal was In danger When Whenon Whenon VhenOn
on the offensive the th Orange and Blue Bluebackneld Bluebaclficld Bluebackfield
backfield was so slow In starting that thatthe thatthehcny thatthe
the thehcny heavy Tech forwards broke through throughand throughand throughand
and smothered smotheredthe the plays before they got gotfairly gotifuirly gocfairly
fairly under way wayIn wa waIn wayIn
In the Hrst half hal Tech Techltpt kept the ball In
Business t tl territory rritory and after tva ex exchanges exchanse cxchanges ¬
changes > of punur vun punt f Hoover was shoved shovedacross ahovedacross shovedacross
across from rom the first score scoreIn SCTen secreIn
In n the second half Hecoxs players got gottwo gottwo gottwo
two touchdowns and were within the the3iyard theard theyard
3iyard o yard ard line on another occasion but hutusiness
Business BU81n usiness > s put up a stubborn defense deteniennd and andovel
drove drov ovel Tech back backThe bac bacThe backhe
The he Lino Lincu LincuTechn LinenpTechnical up upTechnical
Technical Techn cnl Positions Business
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IJuganne uganne I L T Hughes
Pimper mper Hart li Ta G GChambclIlln GChambclIllnI Chamberlain
Doran ortn f Center Snranzl Spranziowland
Howland owland R G Taylor
McCarthy lcCnrth cCarthy H T Powell Powellrewster
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Touchdowns TouchdownllHoovcr Hoover Duganne and andGarvey nndOnre andarvey
Garvey Onre arvey Goal Goulfrom from touchdowns touchdownsBrw touchdownsBrwster Brow Browster
ster er Time of ohnlvcs halves 15 minutes Ref Reftrec Re Recrec1r RetecMr
trec crec1r ecMr Mr Hecox Technical Umpire Umpirersriggs Umpirerlgs Umpireriggs
rsriggs rlgs Business Head linesman and andtimer andllmer andmerMr
timer merMr Mr Ir Beall Technical TechnicalEXARMY TechnicalEXARMY TechnicalXARMY
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JUKt Ju Jure st another case caseo of a man man11andllnJJa man11andllnJJarEvolver handling a arevolver avolver
revolver reed volver that he did not know was load loaded loaded loadand ¬
ed edfa and getting get tins It In the neck The af affair aftall atir ¬
fair fa ir ijas Vas purely accidental and ilndcpuld ilndcpuldrot could couldnot cuIdt
not no noat t have hacbeen been avoided avoidedWhen avoidedVhen avoidedWhen
When his injuries InJurJeshnd had been b en dressed dressedat dressedthe
at atsp the hospital and nndhe he was w sable able to tospeak tosveak toeak
speak sp sped eak coherently coherentl Major Pierce was wdsask wdsasked ask asked askhow ¬
ed how h he received the wounds He re reterated re1terat reerated
1terat terated d what he had told the house housekeeper housekee houseeeper ¬
kee keeper eeper rand and clerk and nndcondnulng continuing said saidI
1 was reading for some sometlme time in my myroom myroom myom
room ro rodr om and after growing tired I unr unrdressed un unessed
dressed dr dra dro essed put on my night shirt and was wasabout wasabout wasbout
about bout to retire when I saw sawthe the revolver revolveron
on n the chiffonier I concluded that I Iwould Iwould Iould
would ould examine It so as to have It ready readyfor rend rendtor readyr
for fo foge r use should the occasion or contingency contin contingency continncy ¬
gency ge ncy demand it itAccidentally ItAccidentally itAccidentally
Accidentally Touched Trigger TriggerWhile TriggerWhlle TriggerWhile
While I had the weapon wcapontn in In my hand handmy hnndmyfingera handy
my m myfingera y finger accidentally touched the trig trigger trigINr triger ¬
ger er and before I could get the weapon weaponout weaponout weaponut
out ut of my mhnnd hand all ll of the bullets were weredischarged weredIscharged werescharged
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discharged di and J I fell on the bed The Thebullets Thebullets Theullets
dia dib bullets were wcrernther rather small buf I lost losta lostnlot lostlot
nlot lot of or blood bloodSot JJot ot wishing wlihl Sto to disturb disturbthe dIsturbthe disturbe
the th e other guests uets In the hotel hotei I remain remained remained remaind ¬
ed d In inmy my apartments p phrtme rb nfs is until unUl70ciock unUl70ciockwhen 7 oclock oclockwhen Oclockhen
when w hen I concluded to Inform the house housekeeper housekeoper houseeeper ¬
keeper eeper of the accident and ask asl Tier to tosummon tosummon toummon
summon medical aid This Is another anotherstriking anotherstnklng apothertriking
striking Illustration U ustratlon of the fact act that tha It ItIs ItIs itthe
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Dr DrMudd Mudd iudd stated that Major MajorPlerco Pierce suf suffered sufL antred ¬
fered fc red most from fromloss loss of blood The There Thereolver re revolver re reolver ¬
volver fev olver with which the shooting shootln was wasdone wasone
done one Is believed to have havobeen been held h Id so soclose soclose soloSe
close loSe to Major Plerces J > ierccs head that the thebullets thebuUetsdid theullets
bullets buUetsdid did not have sufficient momen momentum momenk momenurn ¬
tum urn to penetrate the mans skull Af After Arter Afr ¬
ter te tte r cutting cuttln through the scalp the th bul bullets bulI buits ¬
lets le ts struck stru the skull and glanced up upward upward upard ¬
ward w ard The last three fired struck the thefirst thefirt ther
first r four o rand and were hear near the place plncewberc plncewbercthey where wherethey wherehey
they entered the mans head For this thisreason thisreason thiseason
reason they the were easily extracted by byDr byr
Dr D r Mudd who massaged them out outProbing o otjtrobing t tpzoblns
Probing P Instruments Instr ments will be necessary necessaryto necessarytQEet necessaryo
to tQEet o get at the others othersMajor othersJhjorJircewn othersttjor
Major JhjorJircewn ttjor Pierce was fully full conscious a afew ntow aow
few ow moments after tter he was placed pla ed on onthe onthe onhe
the he operating table and talked freely freelyof freelyot freelyf
of f the th shooting but each time it was wasmentioned wasentidned
mentioned m om nUoned lie insisted that It was ac accidental accld asideutal ¬
cidental cld htal Several of his friends called calledto calledto calledo
to o seclilnr sec liinr and to them he narrated the thestory thestory thetory
story of the shooting the thcsame same as ho hohad hoD head
had ad done to tho hotel employes and the thephysician thehysician
physician p
Sergeant Says Suicide SuicideSergeant SuicideScrgeant SuicideSergeant
Sergeant Judge who spent an hour hourInvestigating
Investigating the case said to a Times Timesreporter Timesreporter Timeseporter
reporter this t ls morning I investigated investigatedthis Ilve investtgate4his Ugntc UgntcII
this his case se thoroughly There Is nothing nothingto noth
to o It but Major Pierce attempting att mpUn to tocommit t tommit
commit suicide Tho Th housekeeper at atthe
the he hotel said to me me x e about aboutthrec three weeks weeksago
ago a go Major Pierce tried to cut his throat throatby
by b y drawing d aing a razor across his throat throatbut throate throatut
but b ut was prevented by one of the bell bellboys bellboys ¬
boys who whohavpened happened to be In his roonat
at re t the time The room was full olblood
blood b lood showing that the shooting had
Occurred three hours or 0 more before he hewas hewas I
was sent to the hospital I found no noletters noletters noletters
letters or notes In the themans mans room nor nordlcate norwas
was there any open books th there re to In Indicate indicate I
dicate that he had been reading any anytime anytime anytime
time soon before be > rethe the shooting shootingI
1 searched every one of his suite suiteof suiteof
of rooms but was unable to find the the22caliber the22callber the22caliber
22caliber revolver with which the theshooting th theshooting
shooting shootln was done I am Informed by bythe b3 b3the bythe
the hotel proprietor that the weapon weaponbelonged weaponbeloriged weaponbeloted
belonged to him and was taken tnkentrom tnkentromthe from fromthe fromthe
the desk In the front office about 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock this morning wh when n Major MajorPierce MajorPierce I IPierce
Pierce came in through the buck door doorEB dooras
EB s was his hIscustorn hIscustornMaJor custom customMajor customMajor I
Major Pierce says IJ yshe he threw the re revolver reolver revolver ¬
volver out of the back window of his hisapartments hisapartments
apartments but I could not find It ItThere ItThere itThere 1
There is a possibility that the dairy dairyemployes dairyemployes dairyeinployes
employes in the rear of the hostelry hostelryfound bostelrytound hostelryfoundthe
found foundthe the weapon but I was unable to tofind tofind tofind
find any of otthem them who had seen It ItI iti
601 I shall flhallconUnUe continue my myetCorts efforts to find findthe findth findthe
the th revolver but I lam am satisfied that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the shooting was not notaccldenlal notaccldenlalPRESIDENTJSREPL accidental accidentalPRESIDENTS accidentalPRESIDENTS
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TO CZARS CZARSINVITATION CZARSINVITATIONSt INVITATION INVITATIONSecretary INVITATIONSecretary
Secretary St > cretary of State Root today toda made made1public rnad rnadpublle madepublic
public the reply of the thePresld President nt to the theInvitation theInvtatlon theinvitation
Invitation of the theCzar Czar to another peace peacecongress peacecongresfI peacecongress
congress congresfI The The Secretary s crecaryot of State on be behalf behalt behalf ¬
half of the President assures the Czar Czarof CznJot Czarof
of his sympathy nmpath and cooperation cooper tlon ro referring roferrlng roferring ¬
ferring to the Interest the lat late ISlcre ISlcretar 1Secretary Socre Socretary
tary tar Hay Ha took t olt in the peace conference conferencework conferencei conferencework
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ways hoped that the thl work of the first firstHague OrstHague firstHague
Hague conference conteren e might be supple supplemented sUDPlem supplemented ¬
mented m nted and perfected by b a second like likegathering likesnthorlng likegathering
gathering and Is confident that there thereTClllbc ther therwill therewillbe
TClllbc will be general accord with this view viewIndigestion viewIn Iew IewIndigestion
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but a II symptom It Is a symptom that a acertain Iic acertain
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voluntary nerves that cnablp you to walk vralkand walkand alk alkand
and talk and act actbut but the AUTOMATIC AUTOMATICSTOMACH AUT01ITICSTOMACn AUTOMATICSTOMACH
STOMACH NERVES over which your mind mindhas mindhas mindhas
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tender e tiny nerves control O and operate the thestomach thestomach
stomach h lnfto lnftoeau How worry breaks them down and andcauses andCauses
causes eau Indigestion How misuse lI laullG wears them themout themout themout
out and causes dyspepsia How neglect may maybring maybrlnlr maybring
bring on kidney heart and other troubles troublesthrough troUblellthrouKh troCblesthrough
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