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Under a cloudless sky and throughstreets through throughstreets throughstreets
streets made all the more beautiful beautifulby beautifulby beautifulby
by the beams of the autumn sun sunhis sunhis sunhis
his serene highness Prince Louis Louisof Louisof Louisof
of Battenberg made a tour of Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington this morning morning visiting the theLibrary theLibrary theLibrary
Library of Congress the Capitol and andthe andthe andthe
the buildings in the Mall MallHe MallHe MallHe
He and his party clad in the thesplendid thesplendid thesplendid
splendid uniform of the British navy navyand navyand navyand
and gorgeous in glittering braid and andbelts andbelts andbelts
belts attracted attention whereverthey whereverthey wherever whereverthey
they went and in many instances instanceshis instanceshis instanceshis
his serene highness was cheered byt by bythe bythe
t the people in the streets and in thepublic the thepublic thepublic
public buildings buildingsThe bpilfUnSsThe b > iIlrlings iIlrlingsThe I
The prince prinee was ws evidently evident1 pleased plepsedby pleasedby 1 > lea d dby
by the demonstrations de n1ftktlons ii and aftd d enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoedthe enjoyedthe
the tour thoroughly thoroughlyIt
It ended at the New Willard whereat where whereat whereat
at 1 oclock the prince and his ollive ollivewere officers officerswere meers meerswere rs
were the guests of Lieutenant Gen General General General ¬
eral Chaffee Ch free at an elaborate lunch lunchTOURING luncheon luncheon
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TOURING IN AUTOS AUTOSThe AUTOSThe
The prlnoe began his second daythe day h In Inthe Inthe n
the Capital City by taking a alghtseo alghtseoIng slght8eoIng slghtaeaing
Ing tour in Inan n automobile starting from fromthe fromthe fro frothe m 1
the British embassy He was as accom accompanied aecompanled accompanted ¬
panted by Captain Mark is V J Kerr ierrin KerrIn KerrIn
in command at the princes flagship flagshipDrake fiagsblpDrake fiagahfDrake P
Drake Fla lI Flat Lleut Gera D Sowerby Sowerbyand Sowcrb Sowcrband Sowerbyand
and Capt F E C Ryan R Iln naval attache attacheat attacheat attachat e
at the British embassy embas the latter act actIng actIng acttog
Ing as a guide guideHis guideHis guideHis
His serene highness had ezpresaeddealre expressed expreB ed a adesire adesire L
desire to visit the Library of Congress Congressand Conres Conresand Congressand
and to this beautiful structure he was wasdriven wasdrien wa wadriven s
driven ftrsc Starting at 16 1011 oclock he hespent bespent h s
4 spent more than an hour there Then Thenthe Thenthe The Thethe n
the party went Wft t through the CapitolThe Capitol CapitolThe CapitolThe
The prince asked ked about the portion of ofthe ofthe o othe
the building bulldt > > r burned by b the British when whenthey whenthey whe whethey n
they occupied it Is the t war r of 1212 l 5i Af After Aft After ¬
ter t > r being shown through the Capitol the theprince theprince th thprince e
prince was taken through thro h the Mall Mallviewing MaUIewlngl Mallviewing
viewing th the Smithsonian Institution the theNational theNational tb tbNational e
National Museum and the WaahingtMonument Washington WashingtonMonument VaahlngtonMonuD on 1
MonumentThis Monument MonumentThis MonuD 1t 1tThis
This afternoon the prince went to tl Port yortMyer For Foriiyer PortJber t
Myer t a where wh re he witnessed a cavalry cavalrydrill cavalrydrill caval cavaldrill zT r
drill Colonel Hatfleld in command corms id of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the post p st gave a reception at his bl home homeafter ho hoafter Ome Omeafter m II I
after the exercises exercisesTonight eC eCTonIIbt ecerclaeLT
Tonight T otrgast President Roosevelt wttl w Il give givea e
a dinn dln r at the White House to the thettngut8hed dis distinguished itattnpl8bfod ¬
tinguished guest guestGuests aveetGuests
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Vtjue te Root Assistant Secretary uY ol scat suite suiteBacon tate tateBacon e E EBacon t
Bacon Secretary of tht Treasury Tru y ShawAsslstant Shaw ShawAssistant w wAs r
Assistant As llltant Secretary of War Oliver Attorney At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Moody Postmaster Uen Ueneral Ueneral Lienera 1
eral era Cortelyou Secretary Sec ry of the > < Javy JavyBonaparte JavyBonapar 1a 1aBonaparte th l r
Bonaparte Secretary of the Interior InteriorHitchcock InteriorHitchcock IntoneHitchcock II r r
Hitchcock Secretary or Agriculture AgricultureWilson AgreunureUon AgricutturW1eon e
Wilson Uon Secretary Seere ry of Commerce and andbot JL JLboi La LaIo L
boi Io MetcaJf Alvey A Adee and M tiA 11 11plrce i if l
f A r plrce > iree Assistant Secretaries Secrc tarles or state stateHear Statenear StateMean I
Hear Admiral H S H Prince Louie Lout lOt lOttMirK ro roO t tabor
tMirK abor O rx Flag Captain M F 11 Kerr KerrFlag I Ire < er er11ag
Flag Lieut Gerald Soweroy secretary Secreta SecretaEdward n f
Edward Ed ward H Shearme engineer Jln neer Comman Commander command k ¬
t der d r William P Pamphlet Capts c eItobcrtaon n nRobertson nobcrtaon 1
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cause rain during durln the next thirtysix thirtysixhours thlrty thirtyathours tx txhourtJ Ix Ixir x
hours In the east Gulf States Tennes Tennessee Tenn6l5see Tenn Tennace ¬
see and the Ohio valley and the rain rainarea raJnarpa rat ratarea ir n
area wills will spread pr eed d into the south Atlantic Ic
State by yunday yundayIt Sunday SundayIt y yIt
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State and the Ohio valley valleyTBMPERATITOB valleyTJDiPiRATURE valleyT1M
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BATTLE OF OF BALLOTS BALLOTSIN i iIN
IN SEVEN STAVESFULL STATES STATESFULL STATESFULL
FULL OF INTEREST INTERESTDefections INTERESTDefections INTERESTDefections
Defections From Both Big Parties OverLocal Over OverLocal
Local Issues Iss es Promise to Produce SomeSurprises Some SomeSurprises SomeSurprises
Surprises After Election Tuesday
The most remarkable series of off offyear j ar aryear
year Jear elections el6cUon in a long time will beheld be beheld I gr grheld
held h eld Tuesday Only seven States hold holdelectosns ar arelections al1eJections
elections e and some of o these elect only onl fo fominor fominor
minor officials but there are bitter bitterontests lis liscontests liscontests li
contests on widely varying issues in inmost imost i imost
most m ost of the States and six ix of the great jcities j 1St 1StclUes St Stcities
cities also have elections that are arcattracting i fy fyattracting tyattracting
attracting wide attention attentionIn j t ro roIn roIn
In Ohio it Is the liquor question to the thegether i igethor hs hsgether
11 gether with the Issue of bossism that t pi pithreatens ptthrootens
11t threatens 11t a possible Democratic vie vietory j 1 be betory betory
tory in a State that last year ear gave gaveRoosevelt lot lotRooseelt ot otRoosevelt
Roosevelt 255000 majority CB CBRace c8 c8Race c cRace
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Race Issue in Maiyland MaiylandIn I Ii
In Maryland Iafland it is the race issue that thatgives thatgives I II
gives strong promise of debating the theDemocrats or orDemocrats erDemocrats
Democrats downing Arthur P German Gor al ali alman
man for all time and for the first time timestemming SI SIstemming 51stemming
stemming the tide of the negro dls disfranchisement at atj atfranchlsement
franchisement movement R RMassachusetts Ra5snchusetts RMassachusetts
Massachusetts elects a governor andthe and c cthe ethe <
the tariff has been the issue ls ue from start startto tc tcto ttto
to finish Indications are said to bethat be I di dithat d dthat
that Guild will be elected elected by the Reptlblfcans Re Republicans ReIn1bllcnns ¬
publicans He is a strong advocate ofreciprocity of ofreciprocity j jreciprocity
reciprocity with Canada of tariff mod n ncratlon IIcratlon
cratlon In general and a representative representativeof o oof 0of
of the opposition to Senator Lodge But ButIt g gIt 8 8It
It is likewise doubted if the Republicanscan Republicans a acan acan
can elect Draper their candidate for lieu lieutenant if iftenant I Itenant
tenant governor who is not liked by the thetariff I Itariff IlrUt
I t tPennsylvania tPennsyhanln
tariff liberalsPennsylvania liberals
Pennsylvania has a tremendous cam campaign campaign campatgn ¬
old Republican Republicanorganization c celudes corgrmizatlon
paign afoot but not the
organization and an opposition that In Includes
eludes a fusion of Democrats and Prohibitionists Pro Prohibitionists ¬ l leludes I IhlbIUonlsts
hibitionists with a considerable consiperable following follow following ¬ at
ing of antiorganization Republicans RepublicansThere RepublicansThere RepublicansThere
There is little likelihood that the Repub Republicans R Republicans pub ¬
licans will lose In that State StateClose I t 1t tClose 1 1Close
Close in m Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBut
But in Philadelphia whore the most mostdetermined mostdetermined mostdetermined
determined fight Is centered on Qnt onthe the e county coun county counlY ¬
ty ticket indications are that the re result result result ¬
sult will be very close Chances were weresupposed weNsupposed weresupposed
supposed till the last few days to berather be I Irather C Crather
rather in favor favor of the DurhamMcNieol DurhamMcNieolRepublican DurhamMc DurhamMCNicolRepublican jeol I JI JIRepublican
Republican machine as against the cityparty city i iparty II IIp
party p rty of reformers headed by Mayor MayorWeaver MayorWeaver ayo1 I e eV <
Weaver WeaverBut V en ver i iBut
But the explosion of a carefully carefullyexpose timed timedI I I Iexpose
expose of n new w and especially opprobrious oPINObrlousgang opprobriousgang
gang methods of handling city contracts con JRct I
ARMEfl RME MEN ENUA UAffH I > II IIORIENTAL I
ORIENTAL L ni bi biKeen mFTSI mFTSIKe GIFTS GIFTSn I
Keen Ke een n W WRoosevelts Watch Vat atch ch Over Miss MissRoosevelts j
Roosevelts Presents PresentsFEAR PresentsFEAR
FEAR ATTEMPT EMPT OF CROOKS CROOKSCustoms CROOKSCustoms I IL ICustoms
Customs House in Lonely Para PattGf of ofGeorgetown J JGeorgetown
Georgetown Tempting to High HighGrade HighGrade
Grade > Thieves Tbev
Armed guards maintain oenetant vigil irigllat vigilat I
at the Georgetown customs house housewhere hOU I Ie
where Miss l1ses Alice Roosevelts Oriental i igifts igUts
stored awaiting formal entry entrynd I Ie
gifts are
and nd apprsafgcmont appraisement I j jThe j
The customs house staff is meagre meagreconsisting meagreconsisting 4 4con
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consisting con ltitlng of Collector Xyman yman a deputy deputyn
an n nf nfwhom of
and nd two or three appraisers I Ir
whom are never about the building at atone atf att
one time The night watchman is new ae Yo YoII + r ran j jI jan
an animated arsenal constantly proper prepared I Ie
ed to open fire against possible tres trespassers tre trepaNels j
I ISpecial
passers I
Special Police GuardIn Guard GuardIn GuardIn
In addition to the regular force at atthe atthe atthe
the customs house Major SylvesterSuperintendent Sylvester Sylvesteri
Superintendent of the local ooHoe force forcehas forcebas
has assigned policemen to guard duty dutyand dutyr
and they are under instr instructions ttetlGna not to tot toe toleave I <
building unwatched for aminute a aminute
leave the th j jr
minute This vigilance will be continued continueduntil eonUlluec eonUlluecuntil conUaueduntil
until Miss Alice Alice receives the preaent preaentinto pt eeenta eeentainto
into her own keeping
While the customs cu tom house has contain containr I III
ed goods oo cods 8 believed to exceed In greate great i jdecree Ie i
decree de ree the value of Miss MJ Roosevelts Roo evelts j jproperty j jL
property now stored there no extraordl i jnary il ij
nary precautions have heretofore beendeemed been beendeemed I II
deemed deem > d necessary necessaryGood neee necessary sarY sarYt j i if
Good Place for Robbery i if I IIt
It is understood that the fame o of thepresent the thepresent thek I
present pre ent consignment has caused aopre aoprehension
hension ben lon among the authorities lest hlgh hlghgrade
grade crooks attempt attemptable a bl blp r haul Thecustoms The Thecustoms Thecustoms
customs house is in n one of the quietest qufeteststreets j jstreets I Istreets
streets in slumbering old Georgetown Georsetownand Georgetownand i iand l
and ordinarily three thre people do not IMUMS IMUMSthere riasethere IUHI
there between hetw n midnight and morning morningFor morningFor morningFor
For a quiet job of burglary the scenewould scene sceneII ZK4ntill II IItMre
would be first rst class classMAJOR classIx aloesx aloesMAJOR
MAJOR SHOT SEVEN TIMES TIMESIS TIMESIc TIMESIS
C IS OUT OF HOSPITAL HOSPITALMaJ L
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MaJ J F Pierce who says fty he was wasaccidentally WRAJaceldentally w waccidentally B
accidentally shot seven ven times Um 8 in the theback theback th thback e e
S back of the head while in his room nt ntS t
Everett apartments several veral weeks weekI wee ks K i +
51 S the
8 ago was discharged from the Emerg Emergency Emergi
1 ency Hospital yesterday esterday afternoonPhysicians afternoon afternoonPhysician aCternoonPhyslclana I
Physician at the Institute say he is en entlrely enUrely
tlrely out of danger At no n anytime time me stn stnbl since nee
51 his admission to the hospital did the thedoctors th thBo e
Bo 6 doctors entertain any fears for his re reC revlaJor
M 2 C eoveo eoveoMajor reveryMajor
Major Pierce was only onl slightly Injuredabout Injured Injuredabout InjuredII E
about ab ut the scalp by the th seven bullets bulletsJ8 I Iat
II J8A 1 4825 to 0 California Without ChangeVie Change ChangeVia f I IVia
Via So Ry So Pacific through Landof Land JLnndn LandoC tI j
of the Sky and Memphis Personally Personallyn
conducted Berth 8fif CM + o A J Poston gei gein ge gen L
eral agent fill Pa ova nw 7W 7 < < i 15th at atn atAdv t tAd
Adv Ad AdDont
Dont Fail to t v t 4 u9 nday Times I
nd franchises fr nchlses may give the coup I de derace dece I
race ce to the chances chances of the old gang gangnd gang gangIlnd
nd pave the way Vaj for n a complete comph e victory victoryor
or the protestants prote1ltantaasnlnstthc against the estab estabtshed estabIIshad estabshed
shed order In the city 11ltyVlrglalfl cityVirginia cityVirginia
Virginia is not looked upon as a 0 close closet j jState IState
State and the returns are likely to just justlfy I Ity ify
the belief that Its Democracy Is as asrockrlbbed asrockribbecl
rockrlbbed as ever e evtr r Nevertheless filters Uihcrehaa j jhas I
has been a wonderful renaissance of Republicanlsm Re Republlcanism I IpUbJlesnl
publlcanism pUbJlesnl m and a serious effort has liasbeen I Ibeen
been made to inculcate protection and andother andotherdoetrlnes andother
otherdoetrlnes other doctrines and to make Republl Republlrons Republians j jcans
rons cans ans believe they have a chance chartce to win winLittle winLittle winLittle
Little Rhodys FightGovernor Fight FightGovernor i iGoernor
Governor Garvin the SocialistDemocrat SocialistDemo SocialistDemocrat ¬
crat who has h s developed such remark remarkable rcmarkable ¬ I Iable
able running powers In the smallestState smallest smallestState i iState
State of o the country is again running runningat
the head of the Democratic ticket In InRhode InRhode inhode
Rhode hode Island with the chances of ofcourse otcourse ofcourse
course against him but with a 0 determined de determined detumlned ¬
termined following Insistent that he willdefeat will willdefeat wUldefeat
defeat Utter the Republican nomineeIndianapolis nominee nomineeIndianapolis nomineeIndianapolis
Indianapolis and Louisville have de determined determined determined ¬
termined city fights on The one inIndianapolis In InIndianapolis InIndlanapolls
Indianapolis is considered to have aost a amost amost
most m ost important bearing on the future futureof futureof futureof
of Republican politics in to city andState and andState andState
State for it Is serving to widen the thebreach thebreach thebreach
breach between Senators Fairbanks Fairbanksand Fairbanksand
and Beverldge which Is s giving promj promjise prom promIse promise I
ise of becoming a chasm by the timeIndiana time timeIndiana timeIndiana
Indiana is ready rea to select elect delegates to tothe tothe j jthe
the next National convention conventionIn
In San Francisco there is s another anothercontest anothercontest anothercontest
contest of the same me sort In which whichMayor whichra witchMayor
Mayor ra or Schmitz the famous organized organizedlubor organizedlabor
labor mayor Is fighting for reelection reelectionand reelectlonand reelectionand
and rU 11 the power of antiunionism are areHjrhttng arettllhttng arefighting
fighting him himChicago hImChicago himChicago
Chicago elects a president of the san sanitary n nlary nitary ¬
itary district board and little real in interest Interest Inerest ¬
terest has been n aroused arousedNebraska arousedNebraBka arousedNebraska
Nebraska elects minor State officers officersthe Dficersthe officersthe
the Democrats and Populists having tiarii avll1g > jgcaai jgcaaiusual ah ahusual a1 a1usual
usual fused against the Republicans RepublicansBattle RepublicansBattle RepublicansBattle
Battle Royal in Gotham GothamIn GothamIn
In New York city the Municipal MunicipalOwnership MunicipalOwnership lunlclpalI
Ownership League nominees are apparently ap apparently apparently ¬
parently gaining much support su port dally dallyand dati datiand dallyand
and It t appears ap appears ears that if l McCIellan Is Iselected IIII 1selected
elected that William R Hearst will willcut wnJI willcut
cut into his majority to a great degreeIvina degree degreeIvins d gree greeIvins
Ivins the Republican is also runningwhile running runningwhile
while Jerome erome for district attorney attorneyshows attorn attornshows attoineyshows
shows great strength
ENTERPR1SE I fK fKI
EXAMINERREFOVED EXAMINERREFOVEDMatter EXAMINER REr OVEO OVEOMattern
Mattern Called luei Inefficient InefficientNot IllefficienNot cci cit citNot
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Not CriminalREEVES Criminal CriminalREEVES CriminalREEVES
REEVES HIS SUCCESSOR SUCCESSORHis SUC CESSO CESSOHis t I IHis i
His Freedom Freec1 m From Political Alliance AllianceOne AIIf AllianeOne nce nceOne e 2
One Cause of AppointmentSays Appointment AppointmentSays A pointment pointmentSays
Says Ridgely
The Comptroller of the Currency thi thimorning th1morning s
morning removed from the service Bank nanki Ban It I Ii
Examiner R H Mattern of the Western West Western
ern Pennsylvania examiners district on o oaccount n 1 1 I
account of his failure to discover the thecondition theecndltioM tb tbconditions e
condition existing in the recently looted loote d j
Enterprise National Bank of Alle Allegheny Alio Aliogheny I I
gheny ghenyHe ghenyHe hen7 i
He relieves him of thesu thesusple1on picion of any an ancriminality y r i I
criminality or corrupt collusion but butsays bu busays t
says saysHe y I
He was entirely too tOQcredulou8 credulous in n hi hiacceptance bitll i iacceptance 11
acceptance a ptance of I
bank otiicors
statement statementsand JitatemooUiIInd I i iand
and careless carel and inefficient in his hi exam ¬
inations inationsHe InationsHe lnatlonsHe
He has assigned ed to the district dl trlct lgxaminer Ex Examiner Oxamln ¬
aminer amln r Owen L Rcfcves R ve jr formerly formerlyacting formerlyacting formeracting y
acting chief hlet of the reports division of ofthe ofthe o othe If f
the Comptrollers office and an expert expertaccountant exper experaccountant t t
accountant One of the reasons assign assignfor assigned assignedfor ed il
for his appointment is His Hl absolute absolutefreedom ab absolut absolutfreedom olutb b
freedom from all I political alliance allianceGOVERNOR a allianceGOVERNOR I nce
GOVERNOR GENERAL WRIGHT WRIGHTi W RIGHTST RIGHT
STARTS ST ARTS FROM MANILA MANILAi i1 ANIL ANILThe A r
The Bureau of Insular Affairs recely recelya received receiveda ed d
a cablegram from Manila this thl morning morningj mornin morninaznounefng It ho
announcing the departtre for Hongkvnlof Hongkong HonlCkonlot g
lot of Governor G vernor General Wright WrightHe WrightIle VrlghtHe
He will leave Hongkong on the steamship steam steamship 1 ¬
Iship ship Manchuria for the United StatesNovember States on onNovember onNovemher n
November 7 arriving at San Fnuicifeo Fnuicifeoabout Itran Franeiscabout 8co 8coabout o
about December 1 1I 1FLAMES 1l
FLAMES DESTROY DESTROYPENNSYLVANIA DESTROYPENN
PENNSYLVANIA PENN S YLVANIA CAR CARTwo CART1o CA CATwo R
Two thousand thou and dollars
damage
was tiro LS s
done a Pennsylvania Penn
yhanla railroad passenger passengercar pesaengecar IUJ8enpercar r r
car at Twelfth ond E streets soutnwesc t
by fire about about X1lI W oclock this morning
The fire re was caused cau ed so the POUco say Y
by b the explosion or a I 1lntscn tntsen gas lamp ante p
which was attached to the top of tht thtcar th 1 t f
car The car was practically deatro aestroyea aestroyeai y ea a
before the dames were expo
extinguished extinguishedSCALDED iutahod iutahodSCALDED
SCALDED TO DEATH DEATHWHEN DEATHWHEN DEATHWHEN
WHEN STEAM PIPE BURST BURSTSHARON BURSTe BURSTSHARON BURS BURSe BURSSHARON T I
SHARON Pa Nov loo 4 4lly By the burst buratE t
Ing of a 8 steam pipe In the boiler room or O I II I
the DrffcgsSeabury Ordnance Corpora Corporation Corporation L ¬
tion plant here today M Ma Melbourne rarr rarrf 1 nr nrag1 r
agnt a fortyueven forty even and John atammier atammierj Stnmmtewat tnmmJer tnmmJertI r
wat wntJhman WII t hman
agod sixtyeight
met a ter terrible tcrrile terrible
rible death by b scalding scaldingL t1Jdlng t1JdlnglRrr
Tarr is t survived by a widow and three threechildren throecblldren t nr nrchildren ee
children Stammler Stamml t loaves a widow air aim iu u
two children entidrenDont childrenI
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PHILADELPHIA Pa Nov No 4 4A 4ABtartU 4Aatsrtli A Astartling
startling BtartU < < development early today inthe In Inthe Intbe
the ease case of Mrs Margaratta Margar tta Todd Toddstrange Ioddit Toddsstrange Iodditstranl
strange stranl death was wa the admission by bydetectives bydetecUetI bydetectives
detectives that they are looking for a acabman a acabman
cabman who has been missing from theaccustomed the theaccustomed theaccuatomed
accustomed stand tand in front of the Read Reading RaRdInll Readings ¬
ing Terminal station since the evening
a woman came me here to her =
eveningwhen eveningwhen eveningI eveningthe
when the the aged herdoom herThe herdome
=
doom doomThe domeThe
The importance which the police at attach att attech
tach to this tbl mans mansdt disappearance ppe rance is evl evldenied e evldewed I Iden
denied den ed by their unwillingness a to dlseuse dlseusethe d dieeusethe u 6 6the
the matter of his description or place ofresidence of ofresidence ot1MIdenee
residence That a cab figures promt
qently r FAtty ntiy In every official theory as to the thesupposed thesuppoMd thesupposed
supposed crime is admitted admittedTheoiy admIttedTheolY admittedTheory
Theory of DeathThe Death DeathThe DeathThe
The detectives dete th believe that Mrs Todd Toddwas Toadwa Toddwas >
was wa met upon her arrival here by two twoinen twolInen
lInen inen who lured her Into a waiting hackkilled hack hackkilled hackIt
killed her in the vehicle by crushing herribs her herribs herI
ribs and breastbone brea tbone while struggling > > to toforce toCoree
force knockout drops past her lips lipsand
and dumped her body upon the railroadtracks railroad railroadtracks r llroad llroade
tracks track In the park parkJames parkI
James I license night carriage agent agentfor agonttor agentfor
for the Union Transfer Company Comp ny at theReading the f fReading
Reading Terminal said Id today that he Is r
positive pt lthe that Mrs Todd phased him bet be a
tween twee two men shortly after 6 oclock oclocklast oclocklast
fl fllast
last Friday evening He says his atten attention r rtion
tion was attracted to an old woman as asshe asI asshe
she was emerging eme lng from the terminal terminalat
at that hour by the number of jowela jowelashe JowelaC JowelaM jewelsshe C
she M displayed dl8pla e on her fingers fingersy ftng fingersJewels r8 t tT
Jewels Noticeable Noticeablef
ul I was w standing said License at att att att
the foot of the stairway leading from fromil
the train door down into Market street strertb strenob
i I
when the old woman passed me She Shehad Sb Shehad
I I had either hand thrust thrut t into the arm ofone of ofof I Ione
I one of the men In the electric light the thegems tbegems thegems
I gems upon her fingers sparkled sp rkled and Iwas I Iwas Ir
was was rather astonished at so careless car les8 a adisplay adisplay
display of so many stones of evident evidentvalue evidentalue evidentvalue
value valued alue alued
The womans attire was rather echo ec j jIt I IA t tI
centric and from what I have read of ofg ofg
the th description de ertP tlen of Mrs Todd In the thenewspapers thenewspapers t tnewapalKnJ
newspapers I am convinced that th t she shewas shewas I Iwas
I
was the woman 1 saw sawI sn w
I was n so interested Intere ted In the old woman womann
i that I paid no attention to the twoo two twoo I 1 1o
men All I I > remember of them th m was thatOil that thatbfih I Ion
on wus short and the otter tall And Andhr andb
bfih hr b h were much her juniors The triogas trio triowas I Ia
was a lost in the crowd crowdA crowdA 1 1A
A description de Ciiption of Mrs Todd has beensent been beensent 1 I I88nt
sent from the office qf the snperlnten snperlntendent aupertntenR
dent of police to all livery 1101 stables in inthe inthe htthe l
1 1LS
the city citys
Heard Cab Near Tracks Tracksr
William Imam Newell a night watchmant watchman watchmanemployed I
employed in the the freight yards or theI the theReading theReadln
Reading Railway at Thirtysecond rhlrtY8 cond anaheater ana anaMaster anaY l
I Master ter streets treets which is but a block ortwo or ortwo orp
i two wo from where Mr Mrs Todds body was wasf I
found said ald today that on the night the thea thebodY
body y was found he was sitting at Thin Thinissecond Thiri I Ii
i tysecond ty cond and Thotnpesn Thompson TholDp on streets lit reels not fur furcab farI I II
I from the freight yards whln he head heada hen lI lIa I
a cab driven rapidly westward on onThompson 011lhompaon onThompson I
Thompson street and up a drive leadingthrough leading leadingthrough leadingT
through Kalrmount Park on the left of ofI orthe o othe f
the Reading Railway tracks 1 1This 1This
This drive winds its way Vaj throughlonely through a alonely 0 I I It
lonely W00 wood not far und undTito from m where Mrs MrsTodds MrsTodds IUsI
Todds odds body bod was found foundII
The police believe that Mrs Irs Todd wasin was wascarried WR8L
I In the cab and d that she may have been beenr beencarried 1
carried carrlQ from om the he Park drive f t9 the I Ir
I tracks and there left In the path ot th thtlrst the
1 first approaching train trainioo
sac Feet Fc of Good G Od Lumber L mb r for 175 175iu 175IU 175u
Llbbey f Co 6th sv and nd N Y arc = Adv AdoDonlt AdvDont d I
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Dont Fail ail to o Order Or3erTht The Sunday unday Times imes
John D DRockefeller DRockefellerDreams Rockefeller RockfellerDreams < v vDreams
Dreams HeIs He H ls I Broke BrokeWrites BrikehriltesArticle BrokeWrites
Writes hriltesArticle Article for L London nl > don Paper on His HisHappiness HisHappines5 HisHappiress
Happiness in Religion R ligion and Peoples PeoplesFaith P PeoplesFaith opl s sFaith
Faith in Him HimWas Was Paid
I
LONDON Nov 4 4John John D DRockefeller Rocke Rockefeller I Iteller
teller the Standard Oil king and richestman richest richestman rlch t tman I
man on earth has contributed a a signed slgrutdarticle slgnOdarticle signedarticle
article to the London Daily Dally D tly Mail If Ifappears Id Idappe Itappears t
appears appe rs In n this mornings Issue of that thatnewspaper thatnev8pflpcr thatnewspaper
newspaper newspaperThe nev8pflpcrThe newspaperThe
The article is printed under the thecaption theoo thecaption
caption captionHow captionHow oo
How I Became the Richest Man In inthe in inthe
the World WorldHere WorldHere orld orldHere
Here are excerpts exeerptsCredits excerptsCredits
Credits Sunday School SchoolIf SchoolIf I
If I I were to give one reason among amongothers amon amonI amonothers amongOthers 1
others for securing mv m first position In inbusiness 1 1business t
business my m first start tart In life it would wouldbe wouldbe 1 1 J Jbe
be that I had the good ood fortune to bo boassociated b bAa beassociated i
associated Aa oclatfd In early boyhood in n church churchand churchand I Iand
and in school with good ood young men menThe menThe menThe
The association aSfi cllltion in which I found occu occupation occupation occupation ¬
pation In church in Sunday Sunda school ant1 ant1in an anIn anin
in the Young Mens Christian Association Associa Association Association ¬
tion helped me mere than I can tell you youto youto youto
to make a beginning to get et a positionand position positionand Positionand
and an opportunity to begin my lifeftwork life lifework Ufework
work workWhat What a great boon 1x > nn It Is to a man manhave to toI tohave
have another a other man tell him he believes believesIn bellev bellevin llvQS llvQSIn I
in him and nd trusts him What hat a aJlappl aJlapplnH ahapplnoes happi happiness ¬
ness nH all my m business experience eXlKrlen has hasbeen has hasb hasbeen I
been b en because my m associates believed In Inme n nme
me and trusted me implicitly Hardly Hardl Hardlyweek a atheir L j
week K goes by that 1 do not recounttheir recount recountther I
their names and Rn think of o those tho e honorahe honor honorafce J Jah
afce ah e able good ood men with whom It t1lns t1lnsI wasmy was wasmy I
my pleasure to be associated for long longlong 1Qftglong lgngtong I
long years
Dreams Hes BustedIn Busted BustedIn Bustedll
In my m dreams at night I find myself mSf1 mSf1I myseltaktnfi f j jtaking
taking up that first fir st situation sltua Ion Often OCt Oftenant n I Iam Iam
am working at t night over over a a casH cas ac account fiCcount nocount ¬
count and nd lmifgtn Imftglnjngi nt that I am a little littleshort littleshGrt =
I II Ishort
short in my accountMy account accountMy
My Iy advice to every every young oung man Is IsDo 15I isDo
Do not be discouraged dlllCouret1 I had mithy mithyrefusals mwh y I Iretumle Irefusals i
refusals but I did not give up I sup suppose ¬ I Ipose
pose I should hould have ha va been soliciting a po position poI position ¬
sition until this time If I had not gotten gottenthat gottenthat 1
that place plne
Enjoyed Church Fun FunI
I beg every eve evey y young young man not to put on onIdentifying OILIdentifying of ofidentifying L
Identifying himself with the Christian Christianlohurch Chrls Christianchurch lan I
lohurch church < It was wa was the greatest blessing blessingthat blessingcould I Ithnt
that could havecome hao conle to me mi I not only onlyunited onl onlunited onlyunited
united with the th 8 church Chur Ch as s a n boy b oy of four fourteen fourteen ¬
teen but went right to work workI workThey I
They lhC found a plsco ptieo for m me and x xDont tDont 1 14S
Dont Fail to toOrderlh Order The 4S 4SDont Sunday Sunday S ndaYTi Times s1 s1I
wa ws s happy pp In the works It was W1lsnot not allbu all allbusiness 1
bu business U qlnees InePS That was the part 1 enjoyed enjoyedSo Oftl eajeyedSo yea yeao i
So o all my life has been full or 0 ha hapinese hap happlnrse hapt
plnrse A happy life Is impossible 1C you youdo you youdo youdo 1
do not work
Paid for Story StoryThe StoryThe StoryThe
The editor of the Mail laU expla explains ins to the tnereaders theroaders taereaders e
readers r that the article is the ttrgt tlr t one oneever on onever oneever
ever E contributed to a newspaper by MrRockefeller air airRockefeller llrRockefeller
Rockefeller fQr which he received pay payThe payThe payThe
The oil king l lng before giving the article articleto articleto
to the Mail stipulated that the amount amountpaid amountpaid amountpail
paid him for the article should ba > a turn turnI turnes
ei et1 over to his sens Bible class in NewYork New Newt Ii
York cityXpijI8ftIttIf city
XPLOSIUN XpijI8ftIttIf XpijI8ftIttIfi VICHM8 VICHM8HAVE YTI YTIBETTER i
HAVE BETTER GH1GE GH1GEDoctors RBE RBEHave L I
Doctors Doct rs Have ave Little But Some Hope Hopefor Hopefor Ie i ir
for r Recovery Recov ry of George G orge Train Traameir I
meir ana Hardy Hardyj H rdy rdyI
There were ere no changes today In the t tonkIon hp
Condition ondU n or or the the victims vfcl1Jns of the th power powerhouse powert M WeI WeIJ II
house hon arcploeionbut explosion eCpl but the chances ohan ohanrecovery 9 9recovery gt gtI Jot
recovery of Hardy and George Tram TransI Traamell Tram1pQU
mell are still tUI slim slimThe slbnTho slimThe
The doctors < at the Emergency Hos Hospi Hospital Hoslttl 1 ltal ¬
tal this morning mornl1 reported the condition conditionof eond condittoof ion ionot In n
of William Trammel as much better bet r rIt
It is thought that thpt he will be able t to toleave tole P
leave le leave ve the institution in UtuUon in a few days daysThe d4yaThe daysThe
The condition condit n of George Trammeltree Trammell TrammellI III 1
was reported r < portd unchanged unch nced Dr Martin Martinsaid Martiftsaid IfarU IfarUsaid i n
said the scalp scal > wound would not necea necessrly neceasrL neceasrly e
srly srL prove HURl but that with It t the thei th thburns e
burns ho could give ie little hope tot 101Trammell l o il l lI
Trammell s recovery recoveryHe recover recoverne recoveryIle
He reported the condition of Hardy Hardythe Hadythe hardythe Y
the colored stoker ns very ver serioue serioueHardy serlocab1lardy
Hardy Hard s entire body is scalded scal eu torriblv torriblvThe
The doctors say his chances ch 1ces are small smallL smallDr smallDr 11 i
L Dr > r Maitn said that i If i complications complicationsdid compUc complicatiodid Uons Uonsdid 118
did not set In t the patient 1u nt might re recover reL reCover e ¬
cover o er erI
lS = 5 to Baltimore and Return 8125 8125Pennsylvania Srzspcnnsyhttnla r 5 5pcnnsyhoJmh
Pennsylvania Railroad Saturady an anSundaYl and andSunday mdI d
Sunday tickets good uod on all trains ex excent QXcept exceptunbreststonal i Jr
cent ceptunbreststonal Congressional UunirOA lOnR1 L1mlt Limited d and good goodfor goadfor go gofor A Id
for return until Sunday Sundn nlcht nlhtAdv nlhtAdvl nightAdvDont Adv AdvDont
Dont D kt Fail F ltooroer to Order The Sunday Times s
mm GERr AN WHIP WHIPIn WARSHIPHELD WARSHLPHEAD
HELD STEAM UP UPTO UPTO
TO RESCUE CZAR CZARIn
I
In Communication With WithHim WithHim V th thHIm
Him by Wirelesstelegraphy Wireless WirelessTelegraphy Wirelessr
Telegraphy TelegraphyLIES telegraphyLIES r elegraphyLIES
LIES IN PRUSSIAN PORTThought PORT PORTThought p ilr ilrThouRhtNicholas
Thought ThouRhtNicholas Nicholas RequestedVessel Requested ReqqestedVessel RequestedVessel
Vessel to Carry Family Familyto
to Safety
ST PETERSBURG Nov 4 4A 4AGerman A AGerman
German crulsQr cruls r the Luebaclc today todaygot todayI todaygot
got into wireless communication withi with withthe
the Czar at his palace at Peteuhof Peteuhofand Peteth Peterhofand f fI
and every preparation has been made madeto madeto madeto
to rescue rescue the Russian ruler the thoCzarina theCzarina theCzarina
Czarina and their children in case casaof caseof caseof
of need needThe needThe needThe
The Kaisers cruiser Is lying ly ng at atMemmel atMemmel atMemmel
Memmel This Is a port on the theBaltic theBaltic theBaltic
Baltic sea in the th extreme northeast northeastern northeastern northeastern ¬
ern part of Prussia seventytwo seventytwomiles seventytwo seventytwomiles seventytwomiles
miles from Konigsberg and about 400 400miles 400miles 400miles
miles in an n air line from SL St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg burgThe burgThe burgThe
The cruiser Is kept Informed of all allevents allevents allevents
events of importance affecting the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian situation and the news is at atonce atonce atonce
once sent to the Kaiser KaiserIt KaiserIt KaiserIt
It Is believed that the importantstep important importantstep importantstep
step of sending the cruiser to Mem Memmel Memmel Memmel ¬
mel was taken by the German emperor em emperor emperor ¬
peror at the request of the Czarafter Czar Czarafter Czarafter
after Nicholas had learned that hisown his hisown hIsown
own army could not be trusted and andthat andthat andthat
that at any moment a large part ofthe of ofthe atthe
the troops in and about SL 51 Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg may raise the standard of re revolt revolt revolt ¬
voltOdessas volt voltOdessas voltOdessas
Odessas AntiSemites AntiSemitesContinue AntiSemitesContinue AntiSemitesContinue
Continue Slaughter SlaughterODESSA SlaiigMer SlaiigMerODESSA SlaugnterOPESSA
ODESSA Nov 4 41n In ren renewed wed desper desperate d desperate per perate ¬
ate BipteC nIJ inn tn mrtritr l tr fttCHRrwJish z at1 1 7hwjsb uwJsh OVer dyehundred five flvehundred fivehundred
hundred have Mve been killed k Ied and and woundedsince wounded woundedAn woundedsince
since d daybreak daybreakAn breat breatAn
An attempt was w made to storm the thecentral thecentral thecentral
central prison prl on with bloody results resultsThe resultsThe resultsThe
The terrorists are exerting every v ry ef offort effort eftort ¬
fort to drive Hebrews out of their theirhouses theIrhouses theirhouses
houses They The are even ev n ransacking ransackingdwellings ransackingdwellings ransackingdwellings
dwellings on th the suspicion that there thereare thereare thereare
are Hebrews within withinSuspecting withinSuspecting withinSuspecting
Suspecting that Hebrews were har harbored barbored harbored ¬
bored in a house a frenzied mob cotetied emu emgtied emutied
tied their revolvers through the win windows wlndows windews ¬
dows killing on one manThe man manThe manThe
The looting and firing continued allday all allday U Uday
day yesterday ye terda7 The authorities are cyni cynically cynically cynically ¬
cally indifferent and are encouraging encouraging the thesocalled thesocalled thesocalled
socalled loyalists 1 yaJl ts by their action in inholding InholcUnq Inholdin
holding holcUnq holdin themselves passively aloof This Thishas Thishas Thishas
has 1e led the mobs to attempt any an kind of ofoutrage ofoutrage ofoutrage
outrage outrageLast outrageLa2t outrageLast
Last night the mob burst beyond allbounds all allbounds aUbounds
bounds of control and every ever Hebrew Hebrewwho Hebrewwho Hebrewwho
who could be found was treated diaboli diabolically di100IicaUy diabolically ¬
cally callyOn caUyOn callyOn
On the outskirts of the city the th mobs mobsare mobsare mobsare
are stopoing all passersby and forcing forcingthem for forcing Ing Inghem
them at tu t the e points of revolvers nYoh revohersprove n to toprove toprove
prove prove that they are not Hebrews HebrewsToday Hebrew8lWay HebrewsToday
Today the town is quieter than yes yesterday yestrday yesterday ¬
terday and there is more hope for for tho therestoration thorestoration thorestoration
restoration of order as a the mobs have haveapparently hai haveapparently ve veapparently
apparently exhausted themselvesThe themselves themselvesThe themselvrbe
> The guilt for the awful bloodshedrests bloodshed bloodshedrests bfod b < < l lon
rests on General Kaulbars Ka ulbars th t the military militarycommander mlaryooDllnander n IIi Lary Larycommander
commander of Odessa vho v o h > sucri sucriflced Faertdeed < Icri
deed hundreds > > of lives in an attempt to toi tosbow toshow
show to the peopto pe ° pfe the suppose SiJPl > o3d osr d t avlis avlisof < vll3 vll3Wl vilscf
democrat democratif ngill regime as illustratedwhen illustrated
cf i
Wl m a U 7JUW e ewhen
when the mob mobts Ms is allowed to gin ventto vent ventto ventto
to its passions passionsThe passionsThe 0 0The
The hotels are all crowded with refu refugees tffues refugte ¬
gte gees es who have sought safvty ty in suchplaces such suchplaces suche
places and they th art strongly Btr mgly guardedMany guarded guardedMany suardedMany
Many persons have also taken takt n refuge refugeon refugeon refugeon
on steamers in the portCzars pgr pgrCzars port portCsars
Czars Warships Ready ReedyTo SeadyTo ReadyTo
To Attack Finland Pirdf d CapitalSTOCKHOLM Capital CapitalSTOCKHOLM CvpitalIi
IiSTOCKJIOLJi STOCKHOLM Sweden N Xn av 4Great 4 4Great 4Great
Great excitement u fits s result resulted wl lure over overa overa overa
a dispatch received receiv d = Pertly tcrty crl bef befrr r noon nountoday noontoday noontoday
today from Helsn5tcrs Helsinki crs the capital cai 11 of ofFinland otFIIan4 ofFinland
Finland which says that the city is indanger in iadanger inda
danger da r of bombirdrnert t by Ressa1warships UussJai UussJaiwarships 1
warships in the tt eyct ev > vrit + t that the tb Finnish Finnishcaticnal Finnlsl1I Finnishnational
national flag now flying thin < < from the public publicbuildings pUblicbulldlDP publicbuildings
buildings in that dt city arc ar n I r < sliced slicedon seed seedris1 lCedon
on demand with wit the th flags of tht t11 im m eriu eriugovernment rllJ rllJ3tvernmEnt J Jgovernment
government of Russ Ru sa saIe a aTil aThe
Til TIle dispatch which hih was fr fn from + m thf thfHelslngfors th thHe thFIieisingfors
Helslngfors He tngfors correspondent of a 1 Stock Stockholm Stocliholm Stockholm ¬
holm newspaper new plPEr reads in n part partloxrs 8 foJr foJrloCa follows
loxrs lows loCaNA
loxrsA
NA A dispatch from St PotersbvT Ptttr hm early earlytoday tarlytoday 3rIytod7
today an says that a fleet fk t of Ru Rusim Rusimchips = sign war warships
ships ha has sailed tram Reval nrs f t s ir forHulsingtors for forHtlsingfors forII
Htlsingfors H siftrfors to boTihiird tle city Sty u i is theFnnish the theFnnisto t1eJot
Fnnisto Fn lsb people ope do m t at en n ° rttnn I 1 to tothe tothe tothe
the former atlegi allegiance once o the laaslangovernment Vjsalau Vjsalaugovernment L lan langovernment
government The R worships wn + rships > hips ar expected expectedMunicipal t expectedto >
to arrive here lxCvr tomorr tomornt t ivuninq ivuninqn v J D DIn
Municipal Council Puzzled PuzzladP PuzzieduJtlembfrs PuzzledMembers
Members of the municipal niunl pal council O3f O3fHelsingfors O OHeldngforlll oYo
Helsingfors are 1 at a loss to knW kn w whfi whfito WlCJt WlCJtIII trit
to do and whether wh < thfT to have th ttr FinnIsh FianiaJinational FinnIshi
national guard withstard tR the tuatened tuatenedattack tr t I utened utenedattack len d de
J attack from the Russian Ru alan wrrshiys wrrshiyse vr + rshiys rshiysfie
The fie people of f H Hlslngl ielsingtor lslngior L have ha ve ba bail t to bOe bOcome ¬
coma panicstricken over the th new neWvelopment Q Qv Qd Qdvelopment
v velopment velopmentY velopmentThe lopment lopmentThe
The alarm over the threatened bom bombardment bombardment hembardaaertt
bardment was added to this morning morningi morningwhen
when the mws n < ws reached i ached Helslngtors Heislngr ls that tnaiseveral
several companies < > f Kussian intntry inrantrywere intntrye
were advancing in + n til floe city to overthrow overthrowthe oYtrtbrowthe nvrrthruwthe
the Finnish JIInn sh nuiionul tin tiural guardThree guard guardThree
Three Russian Rl1 < tTl pies tt > S disgu disgunot t 4 < 1 as assailors assailors IS3RI101a
sailors were arrested eariy t tOl < ui y on onJr Uni Une Uned
of them confessed that they t he r hat t been beenA teEnId beensent
sent to Helsiiigfors a week a o tn y + Keep Keepthe Jcetpthe keepthe
the Imperial government ottuuis Oml omit posted posteds l lfostedDont te < 1 1s
Dont Fail to Order The Sunday Tom

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