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Sunday d partly cloudy O 6Lfte y yrUMBER45io ftiri ton 6Lime I LAST EDITION EDITIONNUMBER I INUMBER
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rUMBER45io NUMBER 4510 WASHINGTON V ASHlNGrrON SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER O rlOBER 20 1906 PRICE ONE CENT
DEATH DEATHAtDDEVASIATION AND DEVASATION IN STORM S WAKE
TWENTY flVENTYJN DEAD DEADIN
III CUBAN CITY COTEight CITYLOSS CITYment
LOSS
Eight Caught in 111 111House Tene Tenement T ene enell1ent ¬
ment House Which WhichCollapsed WhichCollapsed VhichCoIJapsed
Collapsed in 80 80Mile 80i1ile 80Mile
Mile Gale GalePARKS GaePARKS GalePARKS
PARKS DESOLATED DESOLATEDSTREETS DESOLATEDSTREETS s sSTREETS <
STREETS FLOODED FLOODEDFather FLOODEDFather FLOODEDFather
Father Gungorti Saves Hun Hundreds H Hundreds tln tlndreds
dreds of Lives by Storm StormWarning StormWarning StormWarning
Warning Hour Before BeforeTempest BeforeTern BeforeTempest
Tempest Tern pest Began BeganThe BeganThe BeganThe
The White House HouseWashington HouseY HouseWashington
Washington Y ftshington Oct 20 20Hon 20Hon 20Hon
Hon Charles E Magoon MagoonProvisional MagoonProvisional lngoonProvisional
Provisional Governor GovernorHavana GovernorlInvnna GovernorHavana
Havana Cuba CubaThru CubaThru CubaThru
Thru you I desire to extend ex extend extend ¬
tend to the people of Cuba Cubathe Cubathe Cubathe
the profound sympathy sympathywhich sYlnpnthywhich syiupathywhich
which this country countl < p feels feelsfor feelsfor feelsfor
for the misfortune which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has befallen them I earn earnestly cniu cniuestIy earnestly ¬
estly hope that the disaster disastermay disasternUty disastermay
may not be as great as re reported 10Iorted reported ¬
ported especially as re regards rcgards regards ¬
gards the crops and that thatall thatan thatall
all will again gnin speedily be bewell bewell bc bcwell
well
THKODORK T1U ODORII HOOSBVELT HOOSBVELTHAVANA nOOSBYBLTlIA t00SIYELTJIAVANA
HAVANA lIA VJN Oct SO IOrhe The known knowndeath xn01nJtath knowndeath
death list in Havana Ravlu as a result r ult of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th terrible hurricane which Jioll swept sweptover sweptover wepttill
over this till section of Cubit CuI > ll has hasreached hasreached h hrearhtd
reached twenty twent It is fuared how however however ¬
ever > 1 that later report from the interior in interior interior ¬
terior will show aow many persons were werekilled werek werekilled
killed k llEtl throughout the county oun ty dis districts di di1ricts districts ¬
tricts Scores were injuredThe injured injuredThe InjurooThe
The city lt was directly in the path pathof peUlof paUtof
of the storm which raged for many manyhours man manhuurs manyhours
hours the tII wind w ul blowing at t frqm frqmeighty frQmdKhty fromeight
eighty eight y to a hundred and twenty twentymiles tent tentmilts J Jmilts
milts an hour hourMore hourfore hourMore
More than a hundred houses were wereblown werehlown wereblown
blown down Eight Et 11t persons were werekilled werekilIt werekilled
killed kilIt > d or injured injur 1 by the collapse of ofn otn ofn
n tenement house A number of ofbodies ofhodies ofbodies
bodies mostly of sailors ilor1 have been beenfound beeniound beenfound
found in the harbor harborNinety HarborNinety f fXinety
Ninety per cent of all the tJ e tree trees in inthe inthe inthe
the city ware blown down downAt downAt downAt
At Camp Columbia 400 tents were wereblown wereblown wereblown
blown down and 2000 American sol soldiers 1101dilr8 solhers ¬
diers hers were left without shelter from fromthe froft1tht fromthe
the awful storm stormThe stormThe stormThe
The whole city was In a state > > tat of alarm alarmfor alarmfor alarmfur
for many hour Many persons were wereawarapel were8wamPf wereewamperl
awarapel 8wamPf l in bed owing oin to the roofs root of oftl ortl oftheir
their tl > eir dwellings dwllln < < being blown off InContlnue In InContinued lAColtlnue
Continued Coltlnue < < on Second Page PageTHE PageTHE PageTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTRam REPORTRotln REPORTRun
Ram is indicated IRdlcat for tonight tOltl < < ht and nd Sun Sundiv SUDdn SundtS
div In Atlantic coast OA8t States from Vir tirglnia Virginia VirginIa ¬
ginia to to northern Florida and ram rain rainrrbltble ta taprobable to topr
probable pr btble late Sunday afternoon or ornight ornK ornight
night nK 1t in the Ohio Ol e valley vaUe vaUeIt
It win be somewhat eo colder in the mid midrlicl mldI1d
del and south 0ut1 Atlantic States Stat tollowtNl follow
Sunday S1nd y afternoon att or night qat by slowly IIIowl IIIowlrsln
rising rsln temperature over the lake re ¬
gion the Ohio valley valle and QCI eat Gulf Gulfi
S States StatesStorm t tStorm
Storm warrlftJf are dlaplayed played on tb thg
Atlantic coat from Norfolk to Jack
sonvm sonvilleThe
The OllownK heavy preellltation In
inches Inthf i K has ha been reported during the I
l past twentyfour hours Lander l 100
Canton anton 1JO Richmond IM 1
Albany A JbAny
1 11 112 12 Binghamton l lit Chester JW hea r j 11S J
syrr syrrhV Syruou Syracuse hV 101 l Oswego Oew ° W ° 1H 1 Valentine
lJS Washington 2O 2 II Mt Weather wwn r rpean
6 IUH M Burlington 114 114Steam 114neam
Steam neam rJ Cs de den erUar rtlug today tor Xure Ruropea Xurepean
pean pea puri poria po wwi wilt hAve nave cloudh f fnortheast fresh a0r north h hthe to lc lcnortheut
northeast winds and u cloudy
y weather w wc w r to toSUN MI MISUN
the Grand Banks BanksSUN
SUN TABIJK TABIJKSun TABr TABrSun TARIBsun
Sun set setlf today jjj
Sun rises ria tomorrow 411 411rID j jTIDi 1s 1sTIDE
TIDE TIDEilgh rID TABLE TABLXUgh TABLEjllRh
Ugh tide today
Mi p Po m mxwtide mowtide mMwUde
jllRh xwtide today tnd y SK J 98 p pm m
Ugh tide tomorrow1t tomorrow p Po m ftI n
Low tide tomorrow totnorrow444 s a m 44t p m mHARPERS mHARPERS mRARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W Va Oct OctBoth 10
Both rivers muddy
Hurricane Leaves Havana City of Ruins
CUBAN CAPITALS CAP T A L S COMMERCE PARALYZED PARALYZEDSTORM PARALYZEDSTORM PARALYZEDSTORM
STORM RAGES S OVER ISLAND MANY HOURS HOURSHavanas li HOURSIlatana UoRS UoRSIfaftUlskllown
Ilatana Havanas IfaftUlskllown > i known death list as result of Wednesdays TooncsdAY storm reaches reaoh twenty twentyFa tW twentyFatIILIod AtJ AtJFatalIUOII
Fa FatalIUOII talkie axpocted to reach thirty or forty when when h n full return come in from poorer X01 > > OrrMOUo r sections sectionsDoa iislltionsDoath i iD
Doa D Doath h list lI t throughout Island expected to total 100 with 500 injuretdNinety Injured InjuredNinety injuredNlnQQ
Ninety par cent of trees In Cuban capital destroyed destroyedTwo dMtroyedlwo destroyedIvoI
Two IvoI thousand American Amori n soldiers at Camp Columbia exposed by destruction if t110f < iW iWLoss rf rfLose lk lkLou
Loss to business and shipping iatereeta expected to reach r Ach 6000006 6000000Reported 6000006Reported GOOOOotROI >
Reported ROI > orted that one or two American civilians c ivl liana were efe killed in Havana HavanaCruiser HaftnCrulor HavanaCruiser
Cruiser Brooklyn and other American warship escape P with slight damage damageOne d dOne damtgaOne
One American teamster killed at Camp Columbia
= Harbor of Havana r I
AETNA AETNA BANK BOOKS BOOKSFOUND BOOKSFOUND
FOUND IN TANGLE TANGLEOUTLOOK TANGLEOUTLOOKSERIOUS
OUTLOOK OUTLOOKSERIOUS OUTLOOKSERIOUSDpp SERIOUS SERIOUSDepositors
Depositors Dpp osltors s of
Class Weep When Told Toldof Toldt Toldof Toldof
t of Their Losses LossesThe Losses LossesThe
The farther tart we w go Into it the I Iwe 1eaooueagemett
encouragement we fad 11adr r said Jd Acd AcdComptroller Actin ActinComptroUor <
Comptroller KAO > today speaking o othe
the closing or the Aetna Btutklnf Da klnr an anTtwet
Tcust Companys banking b nkln < < house i iWashington
I WashingtonBeyond Washington WashingtonBeyond Rahlnton RahlntonB
Beyond B YOnd this Mr Kane Xan would not n t dig diacua dl dlCUM digCUM
cua CUM the situation Bank
Reeve and Receiver Lyons have be beat
at work on the books itooka k and will not be beabl beble beable
abl able ble to make a statement about condi conditions condltlou condition ¬
tions for several era days It baa ha been beenfound beenfuund beenfound
found at t the outset however howev er that th thaccount the tlwaceounta theaccounta
aceounta account are In such shape that it is isgoing IsJloInlt isgoing
going to be hard to get them stmlsht atrtahhtenod stmlshtened st l = ht hten
ened en cl out The institution llIAUtl tlon did not keep keepregular xeepresular keepregular
regular bank books but instead em employed emploYed employed ¬
ployed a card system It develop I thataome that thatsome thatsome
some of the cards > > are missing and thin thinadds thteadds th thadcbI
adds to the difficulty of
conditions
Parent Bank Closes ClosesThe CloselThe ClosesTl
The Tl a parent bank at Butte Mont Montclosed HonteJONd cleat cleatclosed
closed Ita doors yesterday after it had hadreceived hadreceived hadreceived
received information of the Comptrol Comptrollers Comptroller Comptrollera ¬
lers ler action in Washington F E Gar Garside Garde Garside
side de cashier and manager at Butte Buttemad Buttemade Buttemade
mad made a statement saying Nyln that on ac account acoount account ¬
count of the dosing clo4lln of the Washirgton Washirgtonbranch Wallftr tOft toabranch tOftbranch
branch the institution had been closed closedat eJwec1at closedat
at least J t pending further information informationShould InformationSh informationShould
Should Sh uld it be necessary J1 ry to appoint a a re receiver recelver receiver ¬
ceiver he added there are assets aseetswhist assetswhich aHotswhlet
which should largely protect the depoe depositors depoelto depoeItors ¬
lto ItorsThe itors itorsThe
ltoThe
The Butte bank with Ilh 100000 capital capitaladvertises capltaladvert capitaladverteea
advertises advert deposits depo ftJl of M96000 8 surplus surplusof
of J29SOd sa and loans and discounts d unts of ofHB1SQO ofR61800
HB1SQO 800 The bank is said U t to > have been beenprofitable beenprod beenfllable
profitable prod fllable table so Ions as a Heinse conducted conductedIt
Itbecauee It Ft because its business bulltne was largely largel lar ely inacalplng in inscalping InIplng
scalping Iplng the time check of employes emtdo yes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Heinse mines minesDepositors mlnMDeposit mlneaDepositors
Deposit Depositors rs in Tears TearsThere TearsT TearsThere
There T ere has been wen little excitement excit ment about aboutth aboutthe aboutthe
th the doors of the Washington branch ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the bank today Possibly a dozen de depositors depoattors depoaltora ¬
positors mostly aged colored personsleave persons personshave J8rSOIUJJaV
have JaV called and with lth many tears and sadprotatattona andprotestations aft aftprole8taUoaa
protestations have explained to the of officials ottlela offlcfala ¬
ficials tlela in charge their need for the small smallpittance smallpIttance man manpittance
pittance they had placed in the Insti Institution Institution inatitution ¬
tution hired by the promise of absolute absoluteprotection ab Absoluteprotection olute oluteprotection
protection protection for their savings and 4 per ptrcent
interest compounded quarterly quarterlyBank quarterlyBank quarterlyBank
Bank Examiner Owen F Reeves jr jrho r rwho
ho has had wide experience ex aerience in examin exam1nIng ¬
banking InetitutIons Institutions In tltutlons under similar similarconditions slmllarconditions lmUarconditIOns
conditions conditions says the pleas plea have ben botenmost
pathetic coming as 8 they do trom tromthe tromthe fromthe
the poorer classes classesAETNA clIL8 chaseAETNA > > CII CIIAETNA
AETNA BANK AT BUTTEHAD BUTTE BUTTEHAD BUTTEHAD
HAD 600000 DEPOSITSBUTTE DEPOSITS DEPOSITSBUTTK DEP SITS SITSBUTTE
BUTTE Mont Oct 20It 20 It is admitted admittednow admittednow admittednow
now that deposits In the the Aetna Bank Bankand Dankand Bankand
and Trust Company which failed to toopen toopen toopen
open its doors Friday amounted to toG8O 100 10060e 600 600fleo
fleo Cashier Garslde Is the only onl offi official officlal official ¬
cial residing reetdln t In Butte who claims notto not notto notto
to know of the condition of the bank bankThe bankThe bankThe
The depositors are nearly ne rlsr all workin workinpeople working workingpeople
people and children who were induced inducedto Inducedto induce induceto
to deposit depo llt their savings with wl the Aetna Aetnaon Aetnaon Aetnaon
on promise Jroml of interest tntera t on their money moneyThere moneyThere moneyThere
There has been no demonstration
One of Barges Used in Florida Keys KeysWhich KrysWhich
Which Was Swept Out to Sea SeaTenders Seat
LIGHTHOUSES i OUSES HIT HITBY
I
BY WINO ANO SEA SEASHIPS a aSHIPSIMPERILED
SHIPS SHIPSIMPERILED SHIPSIMPERILEDTenders IMPERILED IMPERILEDTenders
Tenders of Isolated Cas Castles Castles CasSmashed ¬
tles on Coast Coastor Smashed Smashedor
or Washed W a sh e d Awa Away AwayTAMPA AvayI y yI yTAMPA
I
TAMPA r ALP A Fla Oct IOGrea 0 Great t Jam clamagt damage Jamage
age Is reported to have e been done don to tothe tothe tothe
the numerous Government light lighthouses lighthouses i Jtt Jtthou ¬
houses hou that dot the eastern nnd nndsouthern Mn an1southern < l lsouthern
southern coasts of Florida by b the thotidal thetidftl thetidal
tidal wave ltve and storm stormFrom JltormI stormFrom
I From Cape Florida south to the thepoint UICpoint thepoint
point of the peninsula penin a it is it said saidthere Midthere saidthere
there is scarcely a lighthouse which whichdid whichdid wlrieltdid
did not n t suffer to some extent extentTenders extentenlers extentTenders
Tenders were smashed or washed washedaway wR8te washedaway < l lawa
away awa windows windowI in the sturdy stunl little littleIsolated littleIsolAted littleIsolated
castles t1ett broken and in p pCRSLaai
Isolated CR many manyeases mftn manycases
eases the houses floded odcd by seas seaswhich senswhich IICR8which
which washed through the broken brokenwindows broken11110wlI brokentvinclowa
windows windowsThe tvinclowaThe 11110wlIThe
The tidal wave wave which swept over 151 Elliotta 151Itotts EIlIo
Itotts lIo liotta 1I Key < burying it from sight is J be believed believed believed ¬
lieved to have washed over the light lighthouse llghthou lighthousea ¬
house hou housea in the same aamalocallty aamalocalltyThe me locality localityThe localityThe
The heavy glass xl windows In the tow towers to toers towers ¬
ers were broken and in some canes cue it itIs ItrepOrted ItIs
Is reported the lights on which vessels vesselsnavigating ve vesse vessenavlgaUn e envlgating
navigating in those waters depend have havebeen hAvebeen havebeen
been out outOf of commission eommls ton since the storm stormFears stormFears stormFears
Fears are entertained that mishaps mishapshave mishapshave nl h3pj1 h3pj1have
have overtaken vessels at sea as the re result result resuit ¬
sult of the t1 lights being put out of bualnesr busi business bu t tneu ¬
ness nesr1S
nessWithout
Without 1S ithout the guiding beacons naviga navigation navlptlon navigation ¬
tion would ould be rendered much more dan dangerous dangerous dengerous ¬
gerous and vowels ve eJs might have approach approached ¬
ed too close to land believing they th8 were werestill weresttu werestill
still well out to sea e and thus have mat matwith mutwith metwith
with disaster disasterA disasterA disasterA
A Week of Furniture Bargains BargainsJackson BargainsJackson BargainsJackson
Jackson Bros 91S to 925 Seventh st stannounce st stannounce atannounce
announce a II sale of furniture and carpets carpetsin
in tomorrows Times which will interest interestevery Intere Interestevery t tevery
every householder householderAdv Adv
Course of the tit 5to Storm =
BOLL RUN RUNON VETS VETSUNVEIL
UNVEIL SHAFTS SHAFTSON
ON ONBATTLEFIELD ONBATTLEFIELDYar BATTLEFIELD BATTLEFIELDVast
Vast Yar t Assem Assemblage 1 age Braves BravesInclement BravesInclement Br aves avesI
Inclement I 1 t Weather f for forCeremonies forCeremonies OC OCCerem
Ceremonies CeremoniesMAVASSAS CeremoniesLNASSAS Cerem onles onlesC onlesMNA3SAS
C
MAVASSAS va Oct a InOa Oa Bun BUHRun BunRun BullRun
Run battlefield where tier half a century centuryago centurya80 centuryago
ago ws wUi w the shriek of shells and thunder thunderof thunderof thunderof
of artillery are heard today only oal salvos salvosof salvosoC salvosof
of applause a PlaIl98 for orators orat of the blue and andgray and1mQ andgray
gray praising the men who fell in that thatfight thatftpht thatfight
fight In place of the chary and shout shoutof Jlhoutof shoutof
of conflict COI conflict ft1ct is friendly frlendl recounter A vast vastassembly vutmbly vestasae
asae assembly mbly tbly of Union and Confederate veterans vet veterans vete ¬
e erans of distinguished men m of a younger youngergeneration younKttrgenUo youngergeneration
generation of officials of the North and andSouth andSouth andSouth
South and the entire population of ofManassas ofIII ofManassas
Manassas III does homage to Q the memory memoryof memo memoor memoryof
of the dead dea members of the FourteenthTenth Fourteenth FourteenthTenth FourtefftthTenth
Tenth and Fifth Regiments of New NewYork N8WYork NewYork
York Volunteers and the event Is 1 I the theunveiling tb tbunventnllf theunveiling
unveiling of three monuments erected erectedto
to these recimenu re m4ltlta by the State Stat of New
YOrk Y Otic
Enthusiasm Unbounded UnboundedIn
In spite of rain rat which fell frequently frequentlyenthusiasm frequentlyeatbwda frequentlyenthusiasm
enthusiasm eatbwda m is I boundless In the air are arethe arethe arethe
the s strains raina of martial music Across Acrossthe Acro Acrossthe s sthe
the dead grass pa tI of sodden fields veterans veteranswhope veteranswhcf1e veteranswhole
whole hair is I whit whtte by the length of oftime oft1lne oftime
time march with elastic step tep Waterfrom Water Waterfrom ter terfrom
from from the dripping trees of the forests foreststhrough fore foreststhrou t tthrouh
through throu h which the t tdespite the route leads drops dropson dro s son
on ol 0kI soldiers still > > tlll straight > > an and strong
despite de itte the weight of yearn And the theday theday theday
day is J only half done doneThe dOl dOlTIle doteThe
The three monuments have been unvgiled un unvdiauY unvolled
vdiauY Amid cheers for the Stars and andStripes andStrlMS andStripes
Stripes and shrill rebel yells yell the veils veilsthat veilsthat 011 011that
that hid them from the assemblage have haveContinued haoConUnufd haveContinued
Continued on Second Page
111 111TIDAL
TIDAL WAVE SWEEPS SWEEPSOVER SWEEPSFLORIDA SWEEPSOSIER
OVER FLORIDA KEYS KEYSLEAVES KEYSi
i LEAVES 600 CORPSES
1
SEAS SEAf SEA SEATwo 9 SWORK WORK IN KEYS KEYSTwo
Two hundred and aftdllty fifty inhabitants of Elliott Inland swept intonf into intogulf intolu1
gulf lu1 nf
Steamer St Lucia Captain Bravo amu smashed ecI on cowl roof rQe twon twontyHvo tvontyAo thon thontylve
tyHvo perishing score missing deuen will die of injuries injuriesHouseboat InjuriQltlIC injurittuHoatseboat
Houseboat lIC > > tMboat in n whjeh kloJl 1X9 1 laborers were sleeping lee ing dashed to pieces piecesan pi aos aosftr
ftr an 3 only onethird of men accounted for forNo forNo forNo
No news ne from fro many Dumy gang p of railroad laborers scattered ttorocl on onlowlying onJowJing onlow13
lowlying low13 ing cone islands and d score are thought thou g gEntire ht to lun have been lout loutEntire 1lNJtJ
J Entire ntlrl flailing fleet reported lost lostBelieved JoeLBelieY lostBelieved
Believed BelieY many of key keys f jutting ttitbJI from peninawlahavo suffered wtrcrolfate wtrcrolfateimUar fate fatesimilar fatesimilar
similar to that of Elliott Island IalaaclCatin IslaiwlCaptain V VCaptain
Captain Bravo stales stat all ves7 y vesae in rici vicinity tty of ofsteamer steamer SkOJuoia SkOJuoiasuffered St StzLaoIasuffered moift moiftuJrr
suffered uJrr fate te similar 1 to his Itl vessel vesselPresent veaaelPresent 1 1I
Present I estimate of 100 00 chid dead d p may may r be Svo wMfUy f ally low l 10wVelocity lowVelocity w wVe1Olofty
Velocity of wind eighty miles U a an J jfItlr hour hourOne wur wurOne 1 1One
One hundred killed killed kt lecl by tidal wave at Long Key J y whez Mke Jttt1 > et Ea Lsst t taMGt taMGtllaihn1 Coast CoastRailway CoactKailway
Railway boats boa ta were anchored aaeltered2x Jtore Jtoret
t f 2x 5 a X 1 t =
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1 Z > L
CRUISER BROOKLYN BROOKLYNOff
Off Moro Castle Which Went Aground in Wednesdays Storm Stormh
h
Odd Elizabeth Magie MagieWill MagieUfill 11lillagiewill
Will Write the Doings DoingsOf DoingsOf DoingsOf
Of City Working GirhYoung Girlsyoung
Young Woman Who Offered Herself for Sal SalEnters Sale SaleEnters <
Enters Ranks of of Newspaperdom as asWriter asWriter asWriter
Writer of Essays
Worteta Working Girls In Great Cities Cities by byEltaabeth byEUubet byEnsabeth
Eltaabeth MagiThis Magi Macicof a aThis
This III to be the su subject ject of a a aof sertea serteaof
of thoughtful essays by tills Mary Mae MaeLane 34ae 34aeLane ae aeLaM
Lane the second 1ICO d who startled > > theworld the theworld theworld
world and CHtcac receat4y r ent t y by adver advertising advertising sdverUsing ¬
tising herself for sale s ale to the highest highestbidder hlJMstbidder highestbidder
bidder It seems that a newspaper new is isthe IstIM isthe
the highest bidder for it was U given xtv out outauthoritatively outauthoritatively outauthoritatively
authoritatively this thl morning that a New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York publication will use the children chlldreaof
of her brain bralf for at least twelve weeks weeksthe weksthe weeksthe
the length of her contract with Ith themThat them themThat themThat
That It pays advertise was never neverso Jievr ever everao
so vividly brought to the eye 8 of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public as 8 In this Instance ln ta Mid ald her herbrother hErbrother herbrother
brother Edward It Magic of 30 0 Seaton Seatonplace SeatonpIacoe SeatonIIace
place northwest today todayRtteabeth todayBtt7abtth todayEUrabeth
Rtteabeth Is not so o foolish as people peoplethought peoplethought peoplethought
thought her to be I had a II letter from fromher fromher fromher
her which hlch she declared that she had had hadat hadat hadat
at least lea t a thousand offers of money maneyworldly meneyworldl moneyworldly
worldly worldl goods homes and everything everythingthat everythtngthat everythingthat
that could be imagined It is strange strangehow strangehow trangehow
how many man people became possessed withthe with withthe 1th 1ththe
the Idea that they were w ore her ter affinities aitlaltlesNow affinitiesNow amnltlesNow
Now that she has ha signed up with a anewspaper anJMper anewspaper
newspaper he continued I dont be believe beUeve believe ¬
lieve there Is any ny doubt of her sanity sanityand sanityand nit nitand
and wisdom They made the highest highestbid highestbid Ighest Ighestbt
bid bt and like the gallery gods she came camehigh camehigh Ame Amehigh
high but they the must have her herI herdont rer rerI
I dont know what she will 111 do after aftarher afterher afterher
her contract expires but it is a safe safebet safebet fe febet
bet that she will iJJ make a noise in the theworld theworld theworld
world Mr fr Magic concluded concludedMlsfl coneluded1IISA concludedMiss
Miss Magie In a a letter to t her brother brotherhere brotherhere brotherhere
here says she has arrived Monte MonteChrlsto MonteChrlttto MonteChrieto
Chrlsto like she hp exclaims The Th world worldis worldIII worldis
is mine and just to show how that she sher sh
125 r 5 To Baltimore and Return Returnvia Returnvia
via 10 Pennsylvnnia Railroad every Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday and Sunday Suoo All regular trainsexcept trains trnlnaexcept tmlnsoxctpt
except the Congressional Limited LimitedTickets LlmltddTJck LimitedTlckots
Tickets TJck ts good 000 to return until Sunday Sundaynight SundaynlehtAd SundaynightAdv
night nlehtAd Adv
Isnt footing fGOlIA < < she has catalogued a fe feof e eI eof
of her offers offersProm otrenDr offersFrom
Prom Dr lll foreign tor 8ft titles to 10000 In re remoney retl retlJltOft reamoney
I
money JltOft N from jobs as a a dime museun museunfreak mlsQtU11freak mlteeu mlteeufreak
freak to proportions from pubieh pubiehwho
j who 00 want to print her works have haveto bet betoffered
offered < < to her but she would have non nonof nnEof nonof
of then Many men have offered bemarriage liai liaimarriage IlerHlArnqe
marriage but the young woman luu luusent ha hailtnt 1 1sent t
sent them all about their business businessDont btleln btlelnDont lntslneesDont
Dont worry 0tT about me dearies he heletters he1letters heletters
letters to her brothers say sa I am th thsame thE thEsame thsame <
same old girl for truth honor and andaquar andsquare i isquare
square deal all around Cheer up upth upthwor upthworst th thworst
worst wor t is over I am anxiously waitini waitinito waitinto aIUn aIUnto
to hear h ar from you youMarshall youSUSPENDS ou ouSUSPENOS
SUSPENDS TELLER TELLEROF
OF SUBTREASUR SUBTREASUR1arlthaU
Marshall B Ferguson Fergu on paj paying > i K telle telleof tellerCtt telleof
of the lh subtreasury at St Louis ha habaen has haseen habeen
been een suspended from his duties dutf s by Sub Sultreasurer Subtreasurer Su Sutreasurer h
treasurer Akina 1 pending completion o othe oi oithe othe
the investigation In8 thntlon into affairs of the es itstablishment establlshment ostabJl
tabllshment tabJl hment A shortage now stated 8tnt a n1 n1C1OO aX1200
X1200 41900 is believed to exist und the Gov Government Governmentls Government
ernment ernmentls Is making a thorough Inquiry Inquirycounting Inquirycounting Inquirycounting
counting the cash on hand etc to determtne de dotermine determlne
termine the situation and locate re responsibility reo reospon r rsponalbtlity e ¬
sponsibility sponalbtlityTreasury spon sponsibilityTreasury lbtUt lbtUtTreasury
Treasury officials here say they havE liavreceived havEreeeled havreceived <
received nu information about the sus suspension suarJemdon susp
pension p ensl enslon on of Teller Ferguson Far uson beyond the thacontained tbaicontained thecontained
contained in news dispatches dllpatcl1 dispatches explain explaining explainIng explaintog ¬
ing that the subtreaauror subtr8fl urer had h d authority authorityto uthorlt uthorltto
to take such action and would report reporthere reporlhere reporhere
here by letter letterFree JetterFree letterFree
Free Oyster Roast Next Sunday at atChesapeake atChesapeake atChesapeake
Chesapeake Beach See page pag 5 5Adv Adv
EI Entire tlre Population PP o u1utter of Elli Elliotts ElI ElIotts E11otts ¬
otts Island Islan d Number Numbering Numbering N > lm er erSWam ¬
ing Ing 2JO 2 0 Swamped SWam p ed by bySea bySea Y YSea
Sea and Lost
100 LABOR LABORERS R DIE DIEIN DIEIN llIEI
I IN SEA AT A TL LONG 0 KEY KEYHouseboat KEYHouseboat KC KCHouseboat
Houseboat on Which 125 12iMen J2 J2Men 125len >
Men len Were Sleeping ing Car Carried Carried Carried ¬
ried Out in Gulf and
80 Drowned DrownedThe DrovnedpThe
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The White House HouseWashington Houser HouseTasllington
Washington r ashington Oct 20 20Hoir 20HOIr 20Roil
Hoir Napoleon N apoleon HBroward HBrowardGovernor H Broward BrowardGoernor BroirardGovernor
Governor of Florida FloridaTallahassee Floridaalla1ul FloridaTa11aha
Tallahassee Ta11aha alla1ul ee Fla FlaPray FlaPray FlaPray
Pray accept ane an expres expression expression res resthen
sion of my n1 r profound syinpatlly sym sympstlry gympath
pstlry path for the people of ofFlorida ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida in the great dis disaster disaster disaster ¬
aster that has befallen befallenthem bcfaHenthClll befallentliein
them You will wi ll of course coursecall coursecall coursecall
call upon me if the th Federal FederalGrovermnant FederalGoveritmant ooeral ooeralGo
Grovermnant Go rllment b la has s power powerio powerioafford to iOafford toafford
afford any an aid aidTHEODORE nidITJIBODORE aidTIBODORB
THEODORE ROOSEVELT KOOSEYELTJACKSONVILLE T TI
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JACKSONVILLE J Fla Oct 20 20Slx 20Six O OSix
Six hundred lives Un lost and property propertydamage proptrtydamagc propertydamage
damage upward of four million dol dollars dullAra dollera ¬
lars as as a result of Thursdays disas disaster disaster disaster ¬
ter are the ftgures given here tere today todayAs tod8Ys todayAs
As s communication Is 1 a being re restored restored restored ¬
stored and reports front butofthe butofthewny outoftheway outoCtb outoCtbway
way points tome in the extent of ofthe oftbo ofthe
the disaster dtter is h nnurty urr becoming becomingknown becomingknoYtJ1 becomingknown
known and there t ore is i ground < < rouud for the thegeneral tbegen6ral thegeneral
general belief here that the worst worsthas worsthaa worsthas
has not yet et boon heardThe heard heardThe heardThe
The most appalling < < disaster so f fat fatreported farreported a areported
reported is i that th at Elliotts Key Kt a alittle alittle alittle
little coral island twentyAve mile milesouth mi1 mi1south miles milessouth
south of Miami where here the cyclone cycloneand eyelnneAnd cycloneand
and resultant re ultant tidal wave combinedI combined
I to wipe ipe out about 300 lives livesA IhreaA livesA
A gigantic sea sweeping entirely entirelyacross entirtlyacr0S8 entirelyacross
across the island Isl and is said to have havecaused taro I8Ccnused tarocnused
cnused the death of everyone of the theJ60 theliO theb0
J60 liO inhabitants inhabitantsThe inhftbltlmtaTIlc inhabitantsThe
The little steamer St Lucia Juet was waganchored wasanchored wasanchored
anchored on the lee of Elliotts keyand Key Keyand KtYand
and was smashed Twentyfive of ofher ofler
her ler company of 100 are known to tohave toha6
have been drowned a score are aromissing art aremissing
missing and many were picked ais Icked ked up in inthe intte
the open sea while clinging to bitsof bits bitsof bit bitof
of wreckage wreckageHousebdat wreeJaagHousebat
Houseboat Gees Down DownA DownA
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A houseboat hou ebOllt anchored off thd thdisland tb tbisland
island and used usedRII a as sleeping quarters quartersfor qurtOrgfor
for 125 laborers went down and andto to todate todltte
date only ouy about onethird of the thomen t110men
men have uwe been accounted ountCl for It is labelieved isbelieved
believed that all the tH others perished perishedThere jrlshttlThtre perishedThere
There is the best of reason r a < < ft for heBering be believing be1ieing ¬
Bering that the fate of Elliot IliOttR Key Keyhas Keyhas ey eyJ18
has J18 been the fate f e of a score of thelittle the tholittle thelitte
little keys ke S oft the south coast OAt of thepeninsula the thopeninsula 1hopeninsulft
peninsula If thfe tI is so the present presentestimates YUIPl1tethuft presentestimates
estimates ethuft ea of the number of dead deadwill dt deadwill l lwill
will be found woefully lowFears low lowFears JowFears
Fears fer Railroad Lalmers LalmersA La1 lrors lrorsA
A fact which strengthens the belifhere belief beliefhere bfolprhere
here that the dead list oft the Florida Floridacoast FlorhLLC
coast C < < Mtst will be 1ft found greater pea than the thepresent tilepresent
present reports 1 Is the presence pn > aence on dozens dozensof dotn dotnof dozensof
of the little key keys of gangs KJUl of laborers laborersemployed laborersemployed
employed by h the Fiagler railway inter interests Intirests ¬
ests in the construction of the Key West Westextension Westextension est estextenflOiI
extension to the Florida rIda and East Ka t c Coast Coastrailway Cou tast tastrailway t trailway
railway railwayKaeh railwayEaeh
Each of these keys k te i a little coral coralisland or OTII OTIIIsland l lIsland
island scarcely scarul jutting juW above the aur curface aurtace aurface
face of the sea Ch ghe gangx PII of laborers laborershave Jaborsb
have b been housed In temporary shacks shacksor ha kH kHor
or on house boats bOa anchored off ottthe the keys keysIt k t ys ysIt s sIt
It Is believed that the t e tidal tidal U4ai wave which whichswept whichswopt hkh hkhswept
swept across aerO KHIotta Key x must must hav havplayed have havAplayed
played a little trick on many more of ofthe otthe ofthe
the little utU Islands If so the consequeneoa conse consequences consequences ¬
quences are horrible to contemplateAmong contemplate contemplateAmong eontemplatAmong
Among those t1lo e rescued from the little littlesteamer littlesteamer littlesteamer
steamer St Lucia was Captain Bravo
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