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I and Continued O probably proBablyTuesday at rain i Tuesday tonight tonightand rfir I IMUMBER ftin ton a rimt LAST L tJ tJMUM6ER cT EDITION EDITIONOCTOBER EDIT Et i l ON ONMUMBER 1V
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Alleged Enough WaS a Left Leftin Leftin
in Havana to Cover CoverAll CoverAll CoverAll
All Liabilities of ofFirm ofFirm ofFirm
Alleged Embezzler Is Well WellKnown WellKnovn WellKnown
Known in Caracas CaracasWhere Cnr CaracasWhere cas casWhere
Where He Did DidBusiness DidBusiness DidBusiness
Business BusinessWILLEMSTAD BusinessWILLE BusinessWILLEMSTAD
WILLEMSTAD WILLE STAD Curacat Oct 22Posing 22 22Posing 22Posing
Posing as a man who IIO has lft5 done noth nothing nothing nothing ¬
ing wrong and claiming that he has hasonly liason1y hasonly
only absented himself from Cuba Cub for forhis forIlis forhis
his healths sake Manuel Silveira Silveirawho Sihcirnwho Silveirawho
who is being held responsible roapon ible for forthe forthe forthe
the failure of J T M Ceballos Ceba11 Co Coof Coat Coof
of New York is i living at Caracas Caracaswith CAraOftSwith Caracaswith
with his family familySilveira fAtoilySilveira familySilveira
Silveira according to dispatches dispatchesreceived di dispatchesreceived p8tch08 p8tch08rthed
received here arrived at Caracas on onOctober onO onOctober
October O < tober 10 from Puerto Cabello and andthen andthen nd ndthtn
then dispatched the steamer Carmelina Carme Carmelina Cltrmelinn
lina back to Cuba He has rented a ahouse nhouse ahouse
house in a fashionable neighbor neighbqrhood nelghbQrhood neighborhood
hood and i is living in excellent style styleSllveria stle stleSilveria styleSllveHa
Sllveria declared he left his Arm sol solvent 801nnt aolvent ¬
vent with JlKXlWO U CIOO assets a els to cover coverJTOW coverfjOOO cover17ss1n000
JTOW fjOOO liabilities UablltU to Ceballos Co CoHe Co1I CoHe
He 1I expressed surprise aurpr le at the news of ofteballos otCfballos ofeballos
teballos failure and his hi own reported reporteddefalcation reportedfofaJraUon reporteddefalcation
defalcation < with nearly Dearl 1006000 of ofcreditors otreditors ofcreditors
creditors funds fundsFilvelra fund tundSiltlra fundSilveira
Filvelra is well known in Caracas becausr be beraysf beCa1SI
raysf of his connection with rUh the cattle
industry Few of the people there know knowof knowIf
of If his reported < < l absconding from Cuba Cubaand Qubeand Cubaand
and he h has been given a warm recep ¬
t tion on In the Venezuelan capital capitalSTILL capitalSMITHS capitalSMITHS
Mounted Negroes in in Vi Vicinity Vicinity ¬
cinity May Furnish FurnishClue FurnishClue FurnishClue
George Midgets alias al William John Johnson Joh Joheon Johneon ¬
eon who Is wanted wanti rd by the police here hereon he heon herey
y on the th charge of murdering Charles CharlesSmith CharlesS CharlesSmith
Smith S lth last Saturday night has not yet yetbeen yetbefn yetbeen
been captured although the entire policefr police policef policetreo
fr treo f rce c of the city has bean assiduously assiduouslyat
at jvnrk cr rk on the ease for the past forty fortyeht tort torteliht fortyeght
eht hours None of the policemen poU men from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the chief down has slept or eaten wall wallsince wensin wellI
I since sin the murder and they have left no noclue noClU noclues
clue ClU unturned to apprehend ap > > rol the fugitive fugitivethief tudUvlhhip fugitivethief
thief hip Goods and the policemen working workingen
en the case are indignant Intll < < ftaftt at the story aterytubllthed storyI tar r rrubllhed
tubllthed I In a Washington Wa lllton paper this thlamorning tltlsmming thisim
im morning rning as to Johnson having returned returnedt
tJ t j this city Ity and changed his h clothes at ath a ahouse ahouse
house h use formerly tormer occupied by b him in West Weststreet Wtfitreet WestStreet
street streetThe fitreetThe StreetThe
The police assert thai the whole atory atoryIs atoryIs
Is a falsehood and ttndthat nd that the mayors or orders orders orders ¬
ders with regard to watching the houses housesoccupied hou808ceuplpd housestl4Cupied
occupied by b Johnson and nd Robertson RobertsonIIJAB RoberUton11e Robertsonte
IIJAB te been carried earrl < l out by Chief Goods Goodst Goodstea
tea t < the tJj letter letterPolice ItterPOli letterPIire
Police POli < e headquarters htadctuarters this morning re rerrlfQ renl recr1ed
rrlfQ nl a telephone communication from tromH fromZt
It L L Moncure stating that a Mr Mrresiding r
1 wliis residing at West Falls Church Churchiiil Church1t
iiil se seen Nn n two negroeic neow riding horseback horsebackt hMbekVet
t r agh IKI West FYtiU Efclls Fat Church about 1 1oduic 1II 1C1uk
oduic II C1uk hkk Sunday morning The horses horsesar horsenyrf horsesarICared
ar nyrf arICared > pard ared to be nearly exhausted from fromruiinhiff tro trorjT1h frontrnlug
ruiinhiff rjT1h and the men wer wets ertI heard to re ren rennk tolurk
n lurk ark as they passed naaeM lithe Mr Loving What WhatVi Whate
e Vi we do with the horsesr horsesrThe hor horThe horses
The coroners COroner Jury which held an In Jnq InCI
q < 1 rst over Pr the t remains of Charles Chari Smith SmithvrstTday SmithYf Smithrst
vrstTday Yf rst strday rday returned a a verdict that thatriith thatlah thatCrth
Crth riith lah tme < ume to his b death from a pistol pistolm pistolins
m ins < in the U head e ealias Indicted by George GeorgeKi
Ki 10 > I alias a Haa William IIUam Johnson J ohn on cotorcg cotorcgTV
j irr In TV was wa composed of Robert M Muruluim
uruluim tr iijam Broders Brode Moore George D
II 1 rKins Paul B Hellish William Pose Poseanl P088url Poseu
u url I W V t W V lirlleng UrUe Ikllenger r
Policeman Garvey who ho was with withContinued withContb withContinued
Continued Contb Ued on 01 Fourth Page PageTHE PaK8THE PageTHE
The Th following heavy h precipitation In Inimles In1nlEs in insn
sn imles hesl > has been reported during durin the thera th thP1st therest
rest ra = 44 4 hour ours Santa Fe F l Ielil Athtntictirv Atlantic AtlanticDuring Atlanticlrl11i
tirv lrl11i lrl11il1rlng 14N 14NDuring
During l1rlng the 24 hours
ending S a m mlnI1t
Smday lnI1t Providence Proea Lll XM Hartford 1M 1MSteamers
Cl larleRton 111 Auanth Atiantk Clt City 140
Steamers departing d rtlnc today for Kuro Kurorean Jluroflean IOuropeann
peann rean ports will 111 have fre fresh h northeasterly DOIUt asterly
Sand grand wl wInd cis Banks aSST1 tollowed fAl Awed D by fair aJC Wth weatltttr 14 to th thTJBMPJCRATima the
12 d 2 l a p P noon 1f m m w i i i ii i ii ii ii i i i iiiiii Xr ii i iDOPN 0l4 0l4DOWN 86 87 65
At Afgeeka tiaeiatcl
IRftCItered eta eta9a ter ter9a
9a m K 10
12 1 noon 31 O3SUN
l p m t tSUN ISUN
Sun sets today todA j13
Sun rises tomorrow CH CHTTDB 111TlD1 616TLD1D
High H h tide d > today 1148 p m
Low tide today 543 p m
Low tide tomorrow tomorrowII 883 a m 145 45 p m mHARPERS mHARPERS mHARPERS
Both rivers muddy
President of Financial Concern of New York From Which Absconder Manuel ManuelSilveira ManuelSilveira ManuelSilveira
Silveira Is Said to Have Taken 1000000 1000000Racing 1000000Racing ioeooooI
Racing I acing Balloons Start StartOn StartOn StartOn
On Flight of 24 Hours HoursToward HoursTovard HoursToward
Toward Adirondacks AdirondacksArmy AdirondacksI AdirondacksArmy I
IA Army Offi Officers S in t in Airship Airships i Basket td VVJB fG fGData < G GData JBF JBFData et
Data for Signal Corps CorpsAutos Autos Fol Following folldwing Follow ¬
lowing low ing From Pittsfield
PITTSFIKLD Mss M Oct 11In In what whatwas whatwas hat hatwas
was the beet be t star 8UL ever made from fromPittsfleM fromPlttsftkI fromPittsfield
PittsfleM for a balloon baJI oft trip the Cen Centaur Centaur Centaur ¬
taur and Orient ef the tb Aero Club of ofAmerica otAmerica ofAmerlea
America left Aero Park today The Thewind Th Thwind Thewind
wind was blowing 10 mite 111 an hour hourfrom hourtrom hourfrom
from the east eastAs O8tAs eastAs
As the two balloons arose they struck strucka
a ourrent from the southeast lI uth0A8t and when whenlast whenI whenlast
I last seen were going directly northward northwardtoward northwanItoward northwardtoward
toward the Adirondacks AdirondacksTha Adlron4aoksThe AdirondacksThe
The Centaur of KCW cubic feet gas gascapacity p pcpaclh gascapacity
capacity the largest ballon in n this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country was piloted plJ t6d by Charles J JC JFIRST JFIRST
C Cand and O Discontinues Discontinuesthrough DiscontinuesThrough DiscontinuesThrough
through Freight ServiceShenando Service Serviceto ServicetoShenandoh
to ShenandoaJi toA Shenando h Valley ValleyA
A staggering blow has h been dealt dealtthis dealttlis dealtthis
this citys freight traffic with the theShennndoah theShcmmdOllh theShenandosh
Shennndoah valley section of Vir Virginia Yirglnia Virginia ¬
ginia and an the Jobbers and Shippers ShippersAssociation ShippersAssocIation ShippersAssociation
Association today received an urg urgent urgent urgent ¬
ent petition from the city eit of Staun Staunton Staunton Staunton
ton Va V todo to do something toward towardbettering1 towardbettering towardbettering
bettering the now bad conditions conditionsThe con oonditionsThe ition itionThe
The blow comes through the Chesapeake Ches Chesapeake Cl1esapeaka ¬
apeake and Ohio Railroad Company Companydiscontinuing Companydlsaontinuug Companydiscontinuing
discontinuing the through freight freightcar freightcar freightoar
car service which heretofore has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been daily dftiI r afforded this city in its itsfreight i ifreight itsfreight
freight traffic with the Shenandoah Shenandonhvalley Shennudofthal1e Shenandoahvalley
valley al1e points As a result of o taking takingoff takingoff takingoff
off this fast freight car service it itwill itwill itwill
will henceforward be on that rond ronda
a matter of five or six days c1a s fqr get getting getting getting ¬
ting freight from this city clt to the thepoints thepoints thepoints
points on the road near Staunton StauntonVa StauntonVD StauntonVa
Complaint From Staunton StauntonIn
In the complaint from Staunton It Is IsMid istd IsGeld
Mid MidIn td tdit In it othor words a man eould walk walkfrom walkrom walkfrom
from rom Washington to Staunton In lees lewtime I Itime leestime
time tlian it will juke ike ke under the new newconditions newoonditlons newconditions
conditions to got ot freight over the same samedistance samedistance samedistance
distance distanceComing distanceComing distanceComing
Coming as it does on top of the VK vh vhOroU5 vig vigorous j jorous
orous campaign of the freight com committee oomodUee oemrnittee ¬
mittee of the Jobbers and Shippers As Association Asaoelatlon Assedation ¬
sedation for batter freight facilities be between betweep between ¬
tween Washington and all Virginia Virginiapoints Virginiapoints Virginiapoints i
points this action on the part of the therailroad theraUroad therailroad
railroad is considered by members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the association as being especially es ctally bur burdensome burdonsome burdonsome ¬
donsome It is at all events a greatContinued great groatContinued greatContinued
Continued on Second Page
Walsh of Mt Mt Vernon N Y With him himwere himere himwere
were ere Maj Samuel Beber ebw a sad Capt CaptCharles Ca CaptCharles pt ptCbarlea
Charles De Forest Chandler of the Sfc Sfcnal SJgna1 Signal
nal Corps U S SIn A AIn AIn
In the Orient of ttM6 cubic feet gas gasrapacity pstapaclty gasrapacity
rapacity were Leo Stevens of New NewYork NawYork NewYork
York pilot and Capt Homer W H Hf Hof Hedge Hedgeof
of f the Aero Club ClubStart ClubStart ClubStart
Start Minute Apart ApartThe ApartThe ApartThe
The Centaur got away a way exactly tIy at W Woclock 1011 1011oclock 103oclock
oclock and the Orient followed one oneminute oneminute oneminute
minute lnt later JatdrThe laterThe r rThe
The gentle et1e wind i 1 took them directly directlyupward cllreetlyu directlyupward
u upward ward for perhaps 100 feet ftthy amid ad then thenthey thanthey
they started northwesterly northwesterlyFollowing northwterlylot northwesterlyFohowing
Following lot wm the balloons in automobiles automobileswere AUtQmoblaewer automobileswere
were wer Cortland Field Bishop Blab of New NewYork NewYQrk NewYork
York IB his Panhard with Richard A AStanley Atit AtanN
Stanley tit tanN of Lennox and several veral news newsnaperirtett n8111Mt newspaper
naperirtett paper 1Mt lien Floyd Knight J tJllrht of PlttsAeld PlttsAeldIn ptt eId eIdIn
In another Par also purled the t th e Cen Centaur C Ctaur Centaur ¬
taur although this was wa no not a pursuit pursuitrace PUl pursuitrace Utt Uttrosce
race for a cup cupMajor cnplajor cupMajor
Major Reber and Captain Chandlerhad Chandler Chandlerhad Chandlerhad
had been be ft ordered here by the Govern Government Gofttftment Government ¬
ment to make observations oNervau na for the Sig Signal SIgnal f3ig f3ignap ¬
nal Corps CorpsIt Co CoIt
It was aa the he flrat time tlm Major Reber who whot whegraduated he heteod
graduated teod e hetrout front t Went W t Point in MM iI or Ofo orn
Captain o Chandler had ever been up m hi a afree afree afree
free balloon balloonOne balloonOne balloonOne
One Thousand People See Start StartAbout StartAbout StartAbout
About 1009 I people surrounded Aero AeroPark AeroPltnc ArePark
Park on But street to see the start startThere startThere startThere
There was a battery of camera eame ea all allsides aUaid allaides
sides sidesMajor aid aidesMajor
Major Reber carried along alOD < < maps mlLp and anda anda
a stathaucope barometer bar teJ and thermome thermometer ¬
ter for to government vemme > nt use Each balloon balloonraUCftiI
ha hea rations sufficient a + tftlent for twentyfour twe tytqur
hours hoursCaptain hoursCaptain hoursCaptain
Captain Hedge Hed said just before start startthat rt ¬
ing that they he hoped to make at least loastmliN leastmiles
WT miles and surpass the record of the
German pursuit cup race raceMUMing raceIn raceIn
In p MUMing tn over Potter Mountain wadiof west westot
ot PUtJlfteid Jttsneid the two t o balloons were In1 In1the In
the clouds cloudsAt eloudAt cloudsAt
At 1110 U 10 oclock the two were passing PlUt fftp i iover
over Stephenton Stephen ton N Y bound for Troy Troyat
at a height of about 600 feet feetJust feetTnllt feetJust
Just as the balloons left Aero Park
the Pittsfield tire whistle hUe wa walt blown and andall Andall andall
all towns in Berkshire county were noti notied ¬
fied ed by telephone As a result thousands thousandsof
of people watched for the t e airships airshipsROOSEVELT alrshlP8ROOSEVELT airshipsROOSEVELT
President Pre k1ent Roosevelt today received the thefallowing theoUowtDgtele thejoliowleg
joliowleg fallowing oUowtDgtele telegram am from the governor governorof governort governorof
of t Florida
IweesburK Fla Oct OctTb 22 22Theodore 22Tboelore
Theodore Tb < < More Roosevelt RooseveltAVashlngton Ro Roosevelt1Yasliington > fielt fieltahlngton
AVashlngton AVashlngtonI
01 I express to you the sincere thanks thanksof thanksof thanksof
of the people P OrHe of Florida for your ex expression ¬ I
pression of sympathy and sincerely
thank you for offer of national aid Id in inany Inany fnny
any any ny practicable way WIl Will 1I1 advise you youfurther youfurtber youfurther
further after Investigating matters mattersN
Governor GovernorCHARGED GovrnorCHARGED Governor GovernorCHARGED
The case against Milo 1110 Lacarin and aDdOeorJe andGeorge
George Stanic who are charged with wltllthe withthe
the larceny of a a gold goldare watch and 160 In Jnmoney Inmoney inmoney
money from Vlneenzo Arrooclda of M7 M7Fourandahalf tIJ7Fourandahalt 007Fourandahalf
Fourandahalf street strt > et southwest was wascontinued wasoontlnued wascontinued
continued In the Police Court today until untiltomorrow untiltomorrow untiltomorrow
tomorrow so that moe mo evidence could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be produced The case dad been called calledfor
for today
Alleged Slayer SlayerLAID Located Locatedby Locatedby Locatedby
by Three Initials Found Foundin Foundin Foundin
in in Hat on the SideWalk Side Sidewalk Sidevalko ¬
Coroners Jury Brings Brings inVerdict in inVerdict inVerdict
Verdict in Fifteen MinutesDemanding Minutes MinutesDemanding 1linutesDemanding
Demanding a aBe That Groff GroffBe GroffBe
Be Held for TrialRalph Trial TrialRalph TriaJRalph
Ralph L Greg a metal worker washeld was washeld washeld
held today by the coroner on the charge chargeof
of being reepeniible for the death early earlySunday earlySunday earlySunday
Sunday DtIJIlng er ing of William McKeim McKeimMilei McKeimMUN McKeanMiler
Miler of bee 6e Sixth street southwest southwestThe S southwestThe < luthwe t tTIle
The jury was out about ab ut fifteen minutesThe minutes minutesThe minutesThe
The inquest began bfo a at the t Dlti1ctMorgue I DMt11ct DMt11ctMorS1N > latrlct latrlctMorgue
Morgue shortly attar 11 oclock cloek this thismorning tbhlJIIOmlq thisasorning
morning asorningIn morningThe
In The Aral NIt witness 11ta was 1 Dr Charles CMontgomery C CMontgomery CtIoa
Montgomery tIoa y who attended ttuend d Miles M11 Dr DrMontgomery Drl DrMontgomery
Montgomery l t JIOftMY teld of the knife kaalt wound woundCentral woundCenttaI oouRd oouRdCntal
Central Owe Ofaee Detective Cornwell who whoarrested whoated whoarrested
arrested Graft Gro < < yesterday stated that the theypunff UteYCtUDC theyming
ypunff man had admitted to him hil that thathe Uthe thathe
he bad been bt n hi a ft nht ht at with 1th two men at atSixth atSixth atSixth
Sixth and Tf streets He did not remember remem remember r rber ¬
ber drawing In a knife knit or stabbing them themThe thoe thoeThe themThe
The moat important porta t witness 1m was aM KIM MteeMinnie KIMbuate LMe LMeMinna
Minnie buate Elgin who lived J ved at the same samehouse MUleIouM samehouse
house with Copeland and Miles Ml MlElgin Mtm MtmElgt 1iiJt1 1iiJt1Ela1A
Elgt Elgin t said that sense time tIm after 12 12oclock 12ocloek 12ocloek
ocloek she heard some e one on at the door doorand dooraDd doordad
and got up to see who It was 1 She saw sawMiles u uMU sawMiles
Miles MU s and Copelaod coming e Aag across the thestreet tMstrMt theaut
street A strange stra4Qwt tJaa mew the thegoinx liteout < Ve Vejoin
join goinx out of tbA ttwa1Its tq sa sa1h e eTW
TW 1Its 1h ts men went ujnaa UJr u6 aa adg rfA rfAiJns
then iJns 1 to Mr Miles N Mile said saidind aRIdand Id
and Mr Miles MSI struck atna him himchased hl hlebAMd burnchaaid
chased s the streec treet I Ie drr drrtaftde in indirt
dirt taftde e and came down do dodie stairs stairsthe atekatli
tli the three tItt men on the other s ot otaDey of ofaln
Jeiaad Miles en Street StreetI
I knew f ftrovbta that there W8 going 1 te btrouble Ii j jae4
trouble sad went upstair to towt orse orseJ dtt s swent >
J went down the street atr and met t Mr MrMites lairlyt > > t tJill
Mites Jill N He said to me meMinnie mehlino1e e eJiIIaa
Minnie JiIIaa what bat are you doing doIft here herecome Iter Iteranet hereand
and 1 ffpIW that 1 lout come to take takehim takehi takehim
him hi into the house houseI ho hou houI
I am going to beat that fellow fellowstanding leUowa4t1a fellowstanding
standing a4t1a on the comer eoID 1 He is the thespeaking theakmc thet4eeakbng
speaking akmc rascal that tried to come Into Intohouse tatoIaoI toteidle
idle house IaoI e 1 believe bel boll that man stanting stantingvtr ataaritagvef altt alttUMre
vtr there is the one He pointed po atikl toa to toman tooa
a man on the th corner but it was an another anMbfto aneihlr ¬
other man manI ma maI
I asked this man n to get 5 t m me a aman apo police policet l lman
man but t he h said lie wasnt gc gcget plug tagget tQ tQt
get t mixed up In the tb trouble troubleMiss troubleMias troublepubes
Miss Elgin uUd d that she met Mtles Mtlesenralngr Xu XuCOiOIaI tiles tilescnmtug
enralngr back to the house and asked sIted
him himMa3
Xa Ma3 what have you doneIve done doneIve dOHIve
Ive Bee Been Cut Get a Doctor DoctorI D tor
I hav have done nothing no he replied repliedTra reputedIva
Tra 1 been cut get a doctor quick quickMist tulekJlU wukkAlkq
Mist JlU Blgta said that Copeland was wasunder wasItder wasunder
under Itder the Influence of liquor but ilhe he
did not think Miles XU wasCopeland was wasCepelaad wucpalaDd
Copeland on Stand StandThomas SlandThomu StandThomas
Thomas E Copeland said aid that he left Jttthe leftthe
the Tolman Laundry with Uk Miles XU about
1130 Saturday night nl bt He went to a abarber abarber
barber shoo > > hop and nd made arrangement arrangementCo all1UlCementKo
Co o meet Miles Mil at a saloon on Sixthatreet Sixth Sixthstreet Sixthstreet
street They bad several drinks drift there theretogether tbereto8etlMr thereto
together to enber and arrived In front of their theirhome theirabout theirhome
home about ISdt oclock He said that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they found the door locked and that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while they were knocking some aomm one onecame onecame onecame
came by and said This is a pretty
time to be banging ba gtpg on peoples doors doorsAccording doorsACtordlng doorsAeeordlug
According to Copeland e testimony
there was only one encounter encoUfl tar between betweenthlll betweenthis j
this man and Mill Mlles and Copeland CopelandThis CopelandTb CopelandThis
This Tb however contradicts the testi testimony te test testmany tl tlmany ¬
many offered by other witnessesCopeland witnesses witnessesCopeland WUR88MSCopelAnd
Copeland said that I11a t during the light lighthe A flghthe ht hthe
he was knocked on the ground and andthat al1lthat andthat
that when when he got ot up he saw > > a1 Miles and andMiss andMI andlass
Miss MI lass Elgen coming up the street together to together toIrethu ¬
gether Miles be said del told him that thathe thathe thathe
he had been u cut Copeland said he did didnot didnot dklnot
not believe It was anything serious seriousSays derivesSara rtcuu rtcuuSays
Says Miles Was AggressorAroording Aggressor AggressorAccording AggressorAPeQrdtnl
According to the testimony gtveh by byCopeland byCleland byColand
Copeland Miles was the aggressor rMtOr in inthe Inthe inthe
the light pt with Ith the stranger Dr Glue Glaaebrook Gluebroo Glasebrook
brook broo deputy coroner testified that thathe Utathe thathe
he had performed the autopsy on MIwand lilies liliesand U Und
and nd that the wound was on his rlgh rlghskle right rlabtskIe rightchic
chic the knife cutting through tbron to nls nlslher hi hiliver is isliver
liverDetective liver liverDetective lherDetective
Detective Hartigan said akl that Groff told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him he knew nothing n thlng about having havingstabbed bavlngstabbed havingstabbed
stabbed the man and admitted that he hehad hehad hehad
had had about fifteen glasses of beer beerduring beerdurinK beerduring
during the eveningFrank evening eveningFrank ev8ftlngFrank
Frank S Stewart assistant i tot yardnms yardnmster yardmsster ardmas ardmaster
ter for the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad tee testified te tetln teetlnErl ¬
tified tln that he h was coming down Sixth Sixthstreet Sixthstreet Sixthstreet
street when the affair occurred He re reItpraied 1eUnLted relteated
Itpraied the statement mad by Mias MiasElgin MiesAgin tIllS tIllSElgin
Elgin Agin The case was U then given to the thejury thejury thejury
jury jury
juryWith With the initials R L G as theonly the theonly theonly
only tangible clue upon which to work workthe workthe workthe
the police yesterday solved the mystery mysterySunday mysteryflUrroundlng mysterysurrounding
surrounding the stabbing of Miles early earlyEunday earlyundaY
Sunday undaY mornln mornlnwho morning near his home Grottwho Grott Grottwho
who is twentylive years ears old and lives livesat Uvesat livesat
at 817 17 E street southeast outheaat was w arrested arrestedon
on the charge of having killed Miles MilesThomas Mil UlOB UlOBThomas as asThomas
Thomas B Copeland who was with withStiles withUles withMlles
Stiles Ules on the night of the tragedy told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the police of the Fourth precinct that thathia thathie thathis
his companion had been bee stabb stabbel > l by an anunknown anunknown anunknown
unknown about twentythree years ye ears rs ofage of ofage ote
age e who had dropped drop his derby bat hat and anddisappeared anddhpp anddisappeared
disappeared dhpp aTed wearing a agray gray cap In the thahat thehat thehat
hat were were the Initials R L G GDetectives GDetecUH GDetectives
Detectives were sent yesterday vt terday to visiteveryone visit visiteveryone visiteveryone
everyone in the city whoa whose initials wereR were wereR wtreR
R L G Oroff w ws i located by b De Detective Detective Detective ¬
tective Cornwell after he had made In Inquiries tnQulrles inQulrles ¬
Qulrles of several people having those the thoseInitials a aInitials j
initials He did not deny his hi participa participation partlclptlon participation ¬
tion In a fight but said ald he did not have haveany ha6any haveany
any recollection of having done any anyContinued anyContinued anyContinued
Continued on Second Page
Odd Girl GirlVisits HereVisits Here Her6Visits
Visits VisitsElizabetb Brother BrotherElizabeth
Elizabeth Magie Iagie declares that she has las been misunder misunderstood misunderstood mrsanderstood ¬
stood by hy the people and misrepresented by the thenewspapers litenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers In reply to ad offering herself for forsale forsale forsale
sale she received e e ved over a bushel hus lel of o letters
Elizabeth Magic the Girl Who Offered Her Herself Hery Herself ¬
self for Sale Starts for New York Where ere
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Made at tieso Oi h MIRe me of her Inatiur sartjr Mtrlythis sartjrstwtled y ya j
this a mondttK mNl wu greet greete4 with s sstartled
startled arUe4qtle question qweatiewI tJeil 1
I thought I had eaverei erell ntjr tra trael tracks tracksso ka kaso I
so well W4 I1 that nobody would even en suspeet suspeetthat suapeetthat > > UIIpeetUtat
that I was wa In the city continued theyoung the theyoung theyoung
young woman uJMl and I had hoped to toget toout toget
get out before the newspapers knew kne of ofmy oCmy ofmy
my whereabouts whereaboutMtes wh whereaboutsMice reab Uts UtsYlu
Mice Magle Xa sighed and dropped beck backinto beck1nto beckInto
into a chair She is an extremely pretty pret pretty pnotty ¬
ty woman Petite of figure with small smallhands smanhand smelthands
hands and feet She bM a mass of ofblue otblue ofblue
blue black hair a clear olive complex complexion eompkoxlon complexion ¬
ion ruddy cheeks and full red lips A ADenial ASUPERVISION ASUPERVISION
Denial That Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent Plans Reducing MrMontgomery Mr MrMontgomery iVlrNontgomery
MontgomerySuperintendent Montgomery MontgomerySuperintendent NontgomerySuperlntend8Jt
Superintendent Chancellor this thi morn mornIng mornInc morning
Ing at his office in the Franklin school schoolbuilding ICboolbuilding schoolbuilding
building announced that at a meeting meetingof
of school officials this afternoon he hewould Itewould hewould
would create crea te a board of supervision supervisionwhich supervtsionwilich supervisionwhich
which In the future would be empowered empow empowered empowred ¬
ered red to settle all differences which might mightarise mightarliie mightarise
arise in the school system This newboard new newboard De Deboard
board will not conflict with the present presentBeard pretMntDotLrd presentBeard
Beard of Education but will arrange all allmatters aUJrMItters allmatters
matters which are to t be brought before beforethat beto betothat beforethat
that body bod for ultimate action It will willbe w willbe t tbe
be composed of the superintendent As Assistant Assietant Asslstant ¬
sistant Superintendent Superlnten ent Percy Fc M Hughes HugheSuperintendent HUKheSuperintendent HughesSuperintendent
Superintendent of Colored Schools Win WinHeld Winfield WlnItkl
Held Scott Montgomery Director DIr or of Intermediate In Intermediate IntermecUate ¬
termediate Instruction A T Stuart and andei andelfht andeight
eight ei ht other officials whom Dr Chancel Chancellor Cha1tcellor Chaacellor ¬
lor will m select ael ct from the various high and andnormal andnormal andnormal
normal schools of the city cityWont cityWont cityWont
Wont Reduce Montgomery MontgomeryIn
In speaking of the report that he hewas heWitS hewas
was about to reduce Assistant Super Superintendent SuperIntendent Superintondent ¬
intendent Montgomery to the rank of ofsupervising ofsupervlstng ofsupervising
supervising principal prin lpal Dr Chancellor Chancellorssid Chanaellorsaid Chancellorsaid
said thatstwh th1t tl at snch was certainly not the theease theC8se theease
ease Under no circumstances clrcumst uioes said saidhe saidbe saidhe
he would I reduce Dr Montgomery MontgomeryIn
In rank unle unless by his expressed wish wlsluAs wlalLAs wishAs
As far as I have been able to ascertaU ascer ascertain ascertain ¬
tain the colored superintendent superifttend t has hasconducted buconducted hasconducted
conducted his office in a favorable favorablemanner favorablemanne favorablemanner
manner mannerDr manneDr mannerDr
Dr Montgomery on several occasions occasionshas oceaslQJWhss oecatopshas
has voluntarily agreed to relinquish relinquishlits
his position as superintendent of col colored colored colored ¬
ored schools This is not notgeneraUy notgeneraUyknOwn generallyknown generally generallyknown
known but it is nevertheless nev1rthele a fact factI
I Informed him that when I desired desiredhis tleslredhis desiredhis
his resignation J should ask for it itThe itThe itThe
The colored superintendent has a son sonteaching sontoachln sonteachinr
teaching toachln school In Baltimore If he were wereContinued wereContinued wereContinued
Continued on Second Page age
r Jil Jilok 11 11Ayes <
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enli niHs a ene Hie more morelaYran 10010yearn
laYran a aliRaLe Anteri Anteriiean
iean yearn would be bemate beIMate
liRaLe mate ef f bar age ages bCe4ilntJse
s o 4ilntJse that thatlstered tbtIltt8M
r Uttered the room roomr
r r ham tt in her chair chairt
a at t She wore a aykstume aD8tUme astume
ykstume D8tUme and toyed toyedH toooJoy totedptter
ptter H rvw r w + loves Joy as she spoke spokei apoketWI
tWI I = Hissed i 7q you IOU are like the rest re t she sheAll siteAU sheRaids
Raids All newspaper Jtew paper men want the theasjsrjr thealstt
asjsrjr 0 of f my life a and d after they get get It Itthey IttIMr itthe
they fee It up to t s MIlt It themselves Oh I Ihave Ihe IMw
have he ben cruelty aitsreyreeented by the thenewspapers thepapers therkwepapers
newspapers papers ah she concluded with another an another aftotber ¬
other MgiiWell sign signWell g gwI
Well wI Well U here I am she began a few fewseconds fewlatu fewseconds
seconds later laterNew and I aM on 01 my Wtl way to toNew toNew
New York where I will enter the ranks ranksof raKQot ranksof
of the newspaper nflnPai > > r profession as a special specialwriter specialwriter specialwriter
writer I dont know what 1at I will doafter do doafter doafter
after my contract with my paper expire ex expires explr ¬
pires plr pire but there are several publishers publishersafter pabll publishersafter hers hersafter
after me tied nd It is possible VOfJstDlethat that I will willcontinue WOIcoattlUM wiltcontinue
continue to write writeWhat writeWhat writeWhat
What do you OU think of the world rk now nowthat ROWtbat nowthe
that yow advertisement has ha b beep n answerM an answered aner0e4br ¬
swered er0e4br br eo o many What 4o you OU think thinkof UtJakot thinkof
of the answers D you received r rcelvedr d r was asked ask asked uked ¬
ed herA her herA 1MrA
A snails fluted across her 11 hitherto im immovable Immovable immovable ¬
movable features featuresWhsvt teaturaWhat featuresWhat
What do I think Well I I have not notlost notlCNtt notlost
lost all faith in 1 the world for my HI adven adventures adventures adventures ¬
tures And the answers answersI nswor I had a a bush bushel bushel bushel ¬
el Miss flea Magie laughed a low musical musicallaugh Jltulidcallaugh muetcallaugh
laugh and continuedThe continued continuedThe oontlnNdne
The day after I sent the ad to a apaper 1 1paper apaper
paper and before It was published I had liedthe hadthe Madthe
the first answer It was in the shape shapeof shapeof > > haPiIJ haPiIJor
of a newspaper reporter who ho thought thoughtI
I was crazy I met him in my home homeand homeand homeand
and without a word he strode > > across acrossthe acrossthe acresthe
the room and gazed Into my eyes Has Hasanyone HasOfte Hasanyone i
anyone Ofte been to see you your l he questioned questionedNo1 lJuetK1onedNo questionedNo
No1 No I replied lIed and backed away from fromhim fromhim rom I
him as though ha h wa w was InsaneLock insane insaneM hl811Lock
M Lock the door then and dont letanyone let letanyone 1etanyone
anyone in until I am through with 1th you youhe youhe youhe
he commanded nervously nervousl By this tbi time timeI
I had begun to think he Really featly eally was wascrazy wascrazy wascrazy
crazy and was thinking of calling for forhelp forhelp forhelp
help when It struck me that he was anewspaper a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper reporterYou reporter reporterYou reporterYou
You cant Imagine how Irresistibly Irresistiblyfunny IrreslsUbl IrreslsUblfunny Irresistiblyfunny
funny the situation was Each thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughtthe
the other crazy she concluded concludedBut coneludednut concludedBut
But then you want to know about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the answers 1 received she continued continuedHere continuedHer continuedHere
Here Her are a few she said tapping a ahuge ahuge ahuge
huge leather suit case she had been beencaressing beencaressing
caressing care lng from time to time There is isabout Isabout isabout I
about a bushel more and more andmore and andmore
more come every ever day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The first morning after the advertise advertisement advertisemeat ¬
ment appeared in the Chicago papers papersmy papersmy papersmy
my bell rang before 6 oclock and some somebusy somebusy
busy aspirant for my purchase deter determined determined ¬ I
mined to come early and avoid the rushmade rush rushmade rushmaul
made maul me an offer then and there Icouldnt I Icouldnt Icouldnt
couldnt get fairly dressed before there thatowere thln therewere o ow
w were re more and a steady stream of ofprospective orprospective ofprospective
prospective purchasers p rch8Bf > rs and letters from fromothers fromothers fromothepoured
others othepoured poured into my flat all day Thenext The Thenext ThEnext
next day It was the same sameI samlI sameI
I had offers of all kinds A dime mu museum museum museum ¬
seum offered me tjJW pill to pose as a 8 freak freakA freakman freakA
A man who discovered that I was his hisaffinity blstBnity hisgfflnity
affinity wanted antM to Rive me 5100000 and andanother andanother andanother
another offered me a trip r p to Europe I Ithink 1think Ithink
think I had about everything I I can canthink canthink canthink
think of offered to me but 1 considered consideredthe conelderedthe consideredthe
the newspaper offer the best bestI bastI
I am leaving now for New York andit and andU nd ndIt
It is almost almo t train time so I will have to toexcuse toexcuae toexcuse
excuse myself Miss Magie concluded concludedGoodby concludedGoodby concludedGoodby
Goodby and please dont misrepresent misrepresentme
me she said as she left leftMiss lettMias leftMiss
Miss Magic and her assortment of suitcases suit suitthe suitco
cases co were put aboard a street car for forthe torth
the th Baltimore and Ohio station and she sheleft JIbeJeft sheleft
left The brother of the young woman womanis
is Intensely Inten ely proud of his h s sister andstoutly and andstoutly and8toully
stoutly declares that she will make makegood tnakelood snakegood
good In her chosen professionNo profession professionNo pro08slonNo
No i Ceiling Ceili t Beaded Szoo 200 Per 100 Ft FtLumber FtLumber PtLumber
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenLlbbey DroltenLlbbe BrokenLibbey
Llbbey Llbbe Co 6th St N Y Ave AveAd Adv
Unprecedented U Weather Weatherfor Weatherfor Weathero
for o r This Season of Year YearReported YearReported YearReported
Reported From Col Colorado Colorado C01orado ¬
orado oradoSNOW oradoSNOW oradoSNOW
In New Mexico and Wyom Wyoming Wyoming WYomSuffering
inl ing Suffering Suffering t tand is Great Greatand Greatand
and Crops Are AreThreatened AreThreatened AreThreatened
Threatened ThreatenedDENVER ThreatenedDENVER ThreatenedDENVER
DENVER Col Oet 22 2The The en4 enstire en entire en4tIre ¬
tire Western country is in the gripof grip gripof gripof
of a blizzard almost alJllO ilt unprecedented unprecedentedfor
for its severity at this season of the thayear th6enr theyear
year year enr In Colorado snow has been 16011falling1 beenfamng beenfalling
falling continuously for over twen twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour ¬
tyfour hours and in most sectioned sectionedof aectionsof
of the State there is no sign of ofletup u uJetup ti tilotup
letup In some places in the hills ltillttitwo hillstwo
two feet of snow now has 1 fallen Ira Iraplaces 1mplltce Implaces
places there are thousands of barrels bar barrels barrels ¬
rels of apples and tons of sugar sugarbeet IiUprbeeta sugarbeets
beets beet in the open in the northern northernpart Dorthernpart northernpart
part of the State and should the thecold thecold thecold
cold weather continue the Iou willbe will willbe ill illbe
be very great to the ranchers The Tholire ThuliTe Thelive
lire stock in Colorado is not suffering suffer suffering auiferi ¬
ing i g much U as yet 01 although in NewMexico New XewMexico Newlexico
Mexico and Wyoming Womi > > where the thetemperature thetemperaturo thetemperature
temperature is f much lower than iu inColorado iuColorado illColorado
Colorado the snSterfetg is great greatStorm great creatStorm greatStorm
Storm Worst in Years Yearsworst YearsIn YearsIn
In N New w Mexico eDeo the at ere 1 Ii the 11utWONt
worst worst that h liaa aw swept SWf t tfi t gsatioiat attttfon attttfonat etJol etJolat
at till thte season U R t of t mf fs yer y since sinceThis IIfncfSt8 daceItllt
Itllt t8 I IThis
This jnarnttif HlGIB tI the tit thermometers thermometersthroughout t thermometersthroughout erIDwneters erIDwneterslrocaghcmt
throughout the State registered
live to ten degrees d ree below f freez freezillg freezlag reez reezRailway
lag illgRaJl
Railway RaJl y schedules aehedul are disarranged sed
All Au train are late though moat of the theWes
1I lines Wes are being bel kept open op n through the theus theWItt theuse
use us of 0 rotary snow snow plows plow Both the t e tel telegraph telraph telegraph ¬
egraph raph companies and telephone com company eompan company ¬
pany pan had trouble with Ith their circuit circuitSnow ctreultJISnow circuitsSnow
Snow Thirty Inches Deep DeepA
A report rt > p rt from Ouray Col states statesthat state statethat tatetthat
that the heaviest snowstorm In years yearshas yearshas ears earsha
has ha struck that section The T e snow Is Isfrom Isfrom isfront
from eighteen 8I tMtt to twenty inches Inch deep in inthe inttM inthe
the city while whU inthe In lhe hills there is fromtwentyfour from fromtwentyfour fromtwtntyrour
twentyfour to thirty inches It It is still stillmowing stiUHftowtnc stillsnowing
mowing mowingAt HftowtncAt
At midnight mkil arht five inches I he of snow II OW had
fallen in n Colorado Springs and reports
from the south slope iJloP of Pikes Peak Peakstate Peakstattr Peakstate
state that twenty inches had fallen atthat at atthat atthat
that hour The thermometer thermom ter registered registeredIS r r1B
IS above aero at that point pointFruit pointFruit potnLFruit
Fruit Crop in Danger DangerFrom DangerProm DangerFrom
From Canon City Co Coreport Col comes the tberreport thereport
report that fruit I Iff in great dangerFully danger dangerFully a ger gerPuJly
Fully tt per cent or ot the tb the winter appliesare applies appliesare appliesare
are still on the trees and means that thatSQOdO thatOI
1 SQOdO s OI omn R boxes bOx are y yet t to be begathared cpuhered andshould and andshould
should the cold continue the danger er of
freenta fr freesiaK nK the unpicked crop e would bo bogreat bogreat begreat
great greatToday greatToday greatToday
Today the trees and their fruit are arecovered arecovered r rcovred
ALBUQUERQUE N Mex Oct OetNew 22 22New 2 2New
New Mexico is being swept 1I ept by the t e worst worstblizzard worstblizzard 0r8t 0r8tbUxaro
blizzard in twenty twent years > > Snow and andsleet andsleet andsleet
sleet is general throughout the grand grandvalley 1PDdall grandvalley
valley all y and ad is accompanied by a heavy heavywind heavywind heavywind
wind windThe windThe windThe
The storm has been bee increasing Inerea nc in ve velocity veloetty o obetty ¬
betty since Saturday moraine mornl rntng The Thetemperature Thetemperatur Thetemperature
temperature J Is rapidly falling fang and it is isfeared Istear isfeared
feared tear that gV iTat eat at losses will ojll fall on the thesheep theabeep thesheep
sheep growers Telegraph Te ph and tele telephone 11ephone telephone ¬
phone communication munleatton Is demoralized demoralizedand demoraJizedand demoralisedand
and railroad traffic is delayedCHEYJ delayed delayedCHEYENNE
CHEYENNE CHEYJ NNE Wyo Oct tt 22The 22Theworst The Theworst Tbeworst
worst storm in years y for the SMM S on O 1 > pre prevails pleaUa prevalls ¬
vails aUa in Wyoming It is L accompanied accompaniedby
by heavy snow now and in some sections sectionshigh sectionshigh eeUon eeUonhigh
high winds The Union Pacific railroad railroadhas railroadhu railroadhas
has snow plows out on the entire linebetween line linebetween Jlnebetwefln
between here and Ogden West of Green GreenRiver GeenRiver GreenRiver
River Wyo 0 the line is I blockaded andall and andall andall
all communication is I cut off offKLLJS oteELY offELLIS
ELLIS ELY YS Kan Oct UCOlorado 22 Colorados snow snowstorm snowstorm snowstorm ¬
storm is passing east and prevailed to today toda today ¬
day da in western Kansas Kan Passengers Passengersreaching PngerreachlnK Passengersreaching
reaching here this morning on belated belatedoastbound batatedoastbound belatedeastbound
oastbound trains re restorm report a heavy snow snowstorm snowstorm
storm in progress progressDenver protlre between ails and andat andDenver
Denver at at some some points assuming the theproportions theproport theproportions
proportions proportions proport ons of a blizzard with 1th from fromfour fromfour frontfour
four inches to a foot of snow en the thaground theground theground
ground groundIn groundIn groundIn
In Utah the snow was swept along alongby alongby IIftK IIftKby
by ajturrisane a hurricane that U t did great damage damagein
in n i Silt ilt Lake City In I addition to loss lossbf JO lossbf > > II IIbf
bf life property over a wide area was wasdevastated wsdeva wasdevastated
devastated deva tatt Fire fanned tan by the galePacking gale galewiped pieipM le lewiped
wiped ipM out the new plant J > ant of the thePacking th Utah UtahPacklnc
Packing Company ajid damage me of
1260000 resulted The e apa sacking eking plant had hadJust hadjust badbeen
Just been n completed at a cost of 100 H 1000oo
000 and was to have been put t into axe JHQSwept axein 1 1In
In x A few days In Open one ODe maR was waskilled as askllJ6d
killed hy Ie flying plank plankSwept
Swept SweptTo 110 Men MenTo MenTo en
To Death in Sea Sea1he Sea1he Sealthe
1he 1he Weather Bureau B r t teday received receivedtha receivedUe receivedthe
the following dispatch from Its observer observerat ObSWV81at
at Jupiter Fla FlaFrom FlaFrom FlaFrom
From Miami south along the keys keyswhere kepwhero keyswhere
where hundreds of men aro employed employedbuilding employedbulldln employedbuilding
building bulldln the Florida East Coast Coa t rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road a storm and high seas sea with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great damage Many lives U reported lost lostReports Jo lostReports t tReports
Reports say sa that eighty laborers on one onehouseboat onehouloboat onehouseboat
houseboat and thirty on one passengersteamer passenger passengersteamer paReng1steamer
steamer are Ar known to be lost Many Manymen Manymen Manymen
men were washed off low keys key or drift drifted dt1ted drifted ¬
ed t4 to t sea S in houseboats Two steamers steamersthe steamersthe steamersthe
the British steamer Alton and the theAmerican thoAmprlcan theAmerican
American steamer Captain A F Lucas Lucashave Lucashave Lucashave
have reporte reported here her having picked up upa upu upa
a u houseboat crew rew at sea

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