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Sl Ship ip JL Sw Swept pt by Fire FireWhile Firewhile
While Storm Rages RagesBlazing RagesPassengers RagesPassengers
Passengers in Panic PanicBlazing PanicBlazing
Blazing Cargo Thrown Overboard While Shrieks Shrieksof ShrieksI Shrieksof Shrieksof
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of Frightened Passengers Drown Gale GaleEleven GaleElevenHours GaleElevenHours Eleven ElevenHours
Hours of Superhuman Sup rhuman Effort
NEW YORK o Oct 10 10Thelr Their chip on onfIro onrho
flro in nudocean the shrieks oC o fright frightfcnod trlghtned
fcnod tined ned women and children rising and andj andta1Un andfalling
j falling above a gale that at times timest
ifseemcd eemod about to sond the frail craft c t to totho tobe
ttbe t tho be bottom the passengers and crow of oftho
F tho Austrian Au tr1an steamer Glutla Glutlahad had an oxporlanau ex expcrlonoo exucrienoo
pcrlonoo last Thursday which they aretot are aretflot
tflot jiot tot likely soon to forget for eleven elevenhours elevenhoura
t hours rho vessel V sel was in n the gravest gravestdanger gTlLVestdanger gravestdanger
danger and It wan only by the most mostuperhUman mostsuperhuman
superhuman efforts that the blaze was wasr wasCUon wasgotten
r gotten > CUon under control and finally cxtln cxtlngulBhod extlngul cxtlngulshod
gul gulBhod hod hodThoGluta
TheGlutla Tho Glutia left Trieste September 14 14With 141th 14fifth
With 1th twentyseven t entyseV n cabin passengers passengers and andsteerage
J38 36 steerage Before daylight Thursday ThursdayFIRE ThursdayFIRE
FIRE BOAT DRILLS DRILLSEFORE DRILLSRS
BEFORE EFORE VISITORS VISITORSSEE VISITO VISITOSEE RS
SEE FORT MYEAFollowIng MYERFollowing IHEB IHEBFollowing
Following a a rather busy morning mornln of ofsightseeing ofsIghtseeing o osightseeing t
sightseeing during which they visit visitArlington visited visitedArlington visltooArlington
Arlington and Fort Myer the fire chiefs chiefsnow chletsno chiefnow s
now no in convention here are being af afforded atforded afforded ¬
forded the opportunity this afternoon of ofseeing o oseeing
seeing soein an exhibition drill by the District Districtfire DIstrictfiro Districtfire
fire boat as as tho visitors journey down downthe downtie do dothe wn
the Potomac to ML Mt Vernon This drill drillin drllJIn drillin
in some respects will be even more in interesting 1ntarosting ¬
teresting 1 r06tJng than the spectacular drill by bytho bythe bythe
the Fire Department proper yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning y
morning in that many of the chiefs chiefsare chletsarc chiefare I
are from inland towns where fire boats boatsare boatsaro boatare s
are not a a necessity necessityCaptain necessityCaptain necessityCaptain
Captain Brown in cahrge or of the fire flreboat fireboat flr flrboat e
boat said this morning that an un unusually UI1usually un unusually ¬
usually full drill had been arrangeand arranged arrangedand arnngednnd
and the maneuvers will be complete cam ueto In Inevery jnevery i ievery
every respect so the visitors may Tla sao saothe zsuothe seathe
the river service at at its beet b t It is prob probable probable probable ¬
able that at least three or four 1 ur streams streamswill stroams11l streamwill s
will 11l TflTempJoyBd w mploYtKl in n demonstrating the UleOSiJbtUties th thpossibilities e i ipossibilities
possibilities OSiJbtUties of the boat The dcfll dt UL bfl bflgun bfgun
gun gun at 3 oclock at the intersection Int r ctlon of ofthe o othe othe t
the Georgetown branch of the Potomac Potomacand PotomaoaTld Potomaand
and the river proper prop r Tho boat boat bear bearing bearIng bearing ¬
ing the chiefs and their families left leftthe leUthe ei eithe t
the Seventh street wharf at 230 oclock oclockthe oclockthe ocloc oclocthe k
the fire boat being held In readiness readinessshort a ashort ZJShort a
short distance down the river raverVisitors riverVisitors riverVisitors
Visitors See Cavalry Drill DrillThe DrillThe DrillThe
The firemen this morning mornln witnessed witnesseda witnossoa d
a 0 special drill at Fort Myer arranged arrangedby nrrangodby arrang arrangby
by the Thirteenth Thirteenth Cavalry which fol followed folkwed ¬
lowed a Q short tour of Arlington Ceme Cemetery C8Inctory Cem Cemtcry e ¬
tory and the fort On the return to tothe Cotha C Cthe o
the city a a noon luncheon was served servedat servedILt sere sereat ed
at the Ebbltt House The Tll firemen arv arvaccompanied arllaccompanIed ar araccompanied
accompanied by Chief Belt BeltAnother BeltAnother BeltAnother
Another business session of the con convention concntion convention ¬
vention cntion will be e held tonight at 730 at atthe atthe a t
the Odd Fellows Hall which will be befollowed befollowed b bfollowed
followed bj b the final and last session sessiontomorrow session sessiontomorrow 806slontomorrow
tomorrow morning at 10 oclock In Inaddition Inndd1tlon r raddltlon n
addition to tho transaction transactlonot jof of rou routine rouUne routine ¬
tine business there are a number of ofimportant of1tpormnt o oIt
It important portant papers to be read at these theseBtfslons theso8uslons thes thessessions
sessions interspersed with short shortBf 8hortsfeeohos ehors t
Bf sfeeohos s cechos from a number of ot thu visiting visitingchiefs visItingchiefs vision visionchiefs
chiefs as to fin fighting methods ap apparatus a aparatus p paratus ¬
paratus aratus and general subjects of inter interest Interest interoct ¬
est estTomorrow
Tomorrow arrangements have been beenmade beennlftde bee beemade n
made for the ladies to take a trip to tohistoric tohtptoric t thtvtorlc o
historic Cabin John Bridge at 10 10o oclock oclockduring oclockluring to k
during the Jme the convention co vent t ttessl is 1 in incession InI5 n
cession I5 tessl Hslpn n A uncheon will be served at atthe atthe a athe t
the bridge brid undo ut noon noonLively noontive1y noonLively
Lively Tilt Over Ove Politics PoliticsA
A lively session of the convention cony > ntlon was wasthat waJthat wa wathat s
that hold last night owing to the intro introduction Introduction Introduction ¬
duction of politics Tho tilt was begun begunwhen beJUnhen begu beguwhen n
when < hen W G Henley chief inspector o othe of ofthe ottho t
the fire prevention bureau of St Louis LouisBald LouIsnaJd Louissaid
Bald that faulty faulty construction had mud mudto much muchto muchto h
to do with w1t fires William H Johnson Johnsontho Johnsonthe Johnsonthe
the exchief of Philadelphia arose to toremark torEmark t tremark 0
remark that politics in a number of in instances Instances ¬
stances had more to do with the work ¬
logs of fire departments than faults 1 1construction in inconstruction Inronstructlon
construction Chief Wallace of Cleve Clev ¬
land demanded a 0 retraction of thl thlstatomont this thisrlatomont thisrtatomont s
rlatomont stating that hp believed b but but1ew ut
low members of the 4SfJoclalon association were weNBuscepltble we wesusceptible
susceptible to Influence In u nce A heated dis dlscuslon di s s ¬
cussion begun back and forth across the th e
hall the convention being finally finali I
brought to order by Chief Haney of o f
Jacksonville JacksonvilleA j
A number of belated delegates arrived arriv td
yesterday from all sections of tho th c
country among them being Chief Chic f
Crkor of Now York The delegates s
now number nearly 500
t the first officer smelt smoke He notified notlfletjCaptain notlftecCaptnln notifiedCaptain
Captain < Cherubim and it t was soon 0IJ die dlscovered d18coverOd dieovered
covered coverOd c that there was fS a fire in No 0 0hold 2 2hold 3hold
1 hold At the time the steamer st mor was being beingI beingtosRd goingossed
I t tossed t and tumbled by mountainous mountainouswnves mountllinoulWWeB rnountalnouswaves
1 waves driven by a fortyknot wIno wlndiwhich wInoWhIch
which w hich ch raKfid rakl + d tho vessel eUlol fore and af Iltt aft aftWomLn U UWonun
Wonun and children moved about sbou hys hysterically hysterlcaliy hysterlcatiy ¬
i terically The firefighting force rigged rigjcedup rlf riggedup ed edup
i up a JI derrick and threw rew the blazingcargo blazing blazingcargo blQZingcargo
cargo < overboard Lines of hoso were weregotten welatotten weregotten
gotten out and the hold flooded Assoon As Assoon As500n
j soon as the flames flames were gotten a trUh1under Irlfl Irlflunder trifle trifleunder
under control hatches latches were battened buttoneddown battenedoown batteneddown
down < and and live live steam from from the th boilers boilersturned boller3turned boilersturned
i turned in n By this means the fire was wasfinally wasfinally wasnally
finally fi nally extinguished extinguishedCaptain extinguIshedCaptain extinguishedCaptain
Captain Cherubim said the fire probably prob probably probably ¬
i ably started from spontaneous combus combustion combustJon combusion ¬
1 tion t ion in the bottom of the hold holdFORCED heldABDUCTED holdABDUCTED
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ABDUCTED CHilD CHilDFORCED CHIL CHILFORCED
i
FORCED TO STEAL STEALTenyearold STEALTO
TO BUY WHISKY WHISKYTen6
Tenyearold Ten6 r ld Walter Fawcett who whowas whowas whowas
was kept prisoner rl50ner two days by Joseph JosephSherman Jo cph cphSherman
Sherman told of wrongs he was sub subjected subjected subJested
jected to that were almost unbelievable unbelievablein
in the Police 1 Pollee > ol1oe Court this morning during
the trial of his accused abductor on the thecharge thecharge
charge of vagrancy
According to the childs statement ho
had been farced by the man to bag and andsteal andsteal andsteal
steal in order that Sherman might havemoney havo havomoney havomoney
money on which to get drunk When Vhcn he hefailed hetailed hefelled
failed to do as told he was threatened threatenedhe throotenedhe
he said with a merciless beating
Sherman was as convicted and sent to toJail toja1l t o
Jail for a year The case was tried be before betore betore
tore Judge Mullowny in the District Districtbranch Districtbranoh Districtbranoh
branoh Of the he Police Court CourtShrank CourtShrank
Shrank From Mans GazeSmall Gaze GazeSmall GueSmall
Small lighthaired and delicate the theHttlo theUttlo thelittlo °
Httlo child was the first rst to take tak the thebtand t1Jebtpn th thbtand e
btand btandAs btpn btpnAs
As he walked to the witness chair fie fiei fi e eI
sas i t U hggaae gaze of Sherman and ho shrank shrahkc t
I i KBlc c Re as though struck a violent blow
After A 4r r that time he scarcely looked fit a t
thatncn who had hold him In n captivity y
for nearly seventy sev ity hours while ho re
lated his story to Judge Mullowny in t n
an almost inaudible voice voiceevening voce
t WPS at a penn penny theater Monday I fonda S
evening said the boy when this man m maa
came up to me and told me to go with wit h
him I said I didnt want to but h bo
grabbrj abbrd me and dragged me along He Hewith H e
saId ld ie tie would kIll
me It f I didnt g go o
with him We Vo walked and walked and an d
walked Finally we came to a vacant vacan t
yard and went to a big tumbled down downing dow n
cab We went In n and that man poInt atilt
ing to Sherman went to sloop he seem I
ed to tip 11 drunk I
The next day da In Inmm he caught a colored bo
mm and muua made both ooin 01 ot us gc g out and beg be
and steal I got a quarter for him
and t d
it couldnt have been enough for ah life E
swore and an said that unions unlo s I got more mor e
money he would auld beat me
The boy said ld he waa totally tctall unpro unpro ¬
tooted in the th cab force
being forced to stay eta 3 y
there during the heavy rains that oc ¬
coned during durln the early arly part p of the ih e
week H TT H9 881d 011 d that < hat l 4 4tically he was given peso
tically nothing to eat and was Inform ¬
ed hat 1 It f he
wanted to eat he Lust nrus t
woru woruDetective c 1
Detective Detective Johnson who with Dotoc ¬
tives ruts Owens of the First precinct suc ¬
ceeded coo ed in returning the boy to his homo horn
I at ah 1S8S New evv York avenue and brlngtmr
the e criminal to justice said that the lau l lac d t tt
had h taken him straight to the vacant vacan t
wood yard ard where the cab was He H a
added that the defendant was found foun d ad
there in a drunken stupor stuporPrisoner stuporPrisoner stuporPrisoner
Prisoner Denies Charge ChargeThe ChargeThe
The defendant informed the court courtthat courtthat coon t
that he had never seen s n the boy and anddeclared nIddeolared aft d
declared that it must have been Co pure puremistake punmistake pu re
mistake his being bem mistaken for the ab abductor abductor a b bdoctor ¬
ductor Under the crossexamination crossexaminationof bn n
of Assistant Corporation Counsel George e
he hI contradicted himself on several of o t
the principal points of his testimony
Further evidence showed that he was wasa wasa wa waa s
a habitue of the Police Court having hovln
been sent to jail several times on minor wino r
charges chargesIt
It is a shamo said the court In I n
passing sentence that I am prevented Li
by the 1e statute from giving you more raor
than a a year InJall in ail Such a crime as this flit s
should have b bebn carried higher and an d
made a penitentiary offense Had tho th 0
evidence against you boon stronger I Iam
am sure that t this would have been done doneand doneand don e
and you ou would have been tried under r
the statutes for kidnapping
The exact fine flnelmposed imposed was wa 144 40 or one on a
year uar In n jail the limit for vagrancy
r 5The 5TheSunday Sunday Times Problem5 Problem5THE i I i
THE SUNDAY TIMES OFFERS OFFERSACASH A CASH PRIZE PRIZET
OF 500 TO THE T T HE PERSON SUBMITTING THE
BEST SOLUTION SOLUTION TO THE T EFOtLOWING FOLLOWING PROBe PROBeLEM ¬
LEM I IA
LEMA
A man having ten coins found he was unable to change a single singlepiece singlepiece singlepiece
piece of money moneyAfter moneyAfter moneyAfter
After borrowing three silver siIvercoins coins he changed chnng d a certain coin re ¬
turned three silver coins to the man m an from whom he had borrowed borrowedand borrowedand
and then had three coins of ofbe the he same denomination left eft
What coins did he have at first
what coins did he borrow borrowwhat orrow orrowwhat
what did he change what coins did he return and what did he have
left
All coins were in common circulation circulationAddress ci circulationAddress rculation f I II j t °
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Address The e Ptcblem zf ezn Editor EditorWashington EditorI EditorWashingon
I ± > Washington WashingtonTiznes WashingtonTiznesI Times nines ninesS
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MILK PRICE PRICEL PRICEIN
L IN CREASED CREASEDTO CREASEDTo i
TO 9 CENTS CENTSDealers CENTSDealers
Dealers Meet and andDecide a aDecide 1d 1dDecide
Decide on Advance Advance Ad AUvance ¬
vanceew vance vanceNew vanceNew
New N ew Scale Begios e i us No November November Novem ¬
vember vem er 1 f an and Is IsCompromise IsCompromise s
Compromise CompromiseI CompromiseAdvance i
1
1 I IAdvance
I Advance in Prices Prlc PricesOld s sOld i iOld
Old Price NewMilk New NewMilk Newnllt
Milk nllt per r q quart rt 8 Scents cents 9 cents centsMilk centsMUk centsMilk
Milk per pint 4 coats S cents centsCream centsCroam centsCream
Cream per quart 24 cents 39 cents oentsCr centsCream
Cream Cr a per perplnt pint 12 l cents 16 dens densTho 06n aens aensThe s sThe
The Retail Milk Dealers AssoclaUon AssoclaUonmet ASloclatlOItn10t AssbciatlolTet
met m et last night nlg t and decreed that the con consumers con8umens consumers ¬
sumers of Washington will pay 9 9ce1U5 9ce1U5er cents seatsper centsper
per er quart or S cants G giants ftts par pe single pint for forall totJJU 1cfll
all a ll milk used en and after November 1 1The 1 1The
The price of cream cr m was fixed at 16 cents centsper contsreI aortaper
per pint and 8 cants c8 ts per half pintThe pint pintTho
Tho increase in n pilot pnc as fereoastin fereoast fereoastin f9re0R8In
in The Times Tlm some 80m weeks ago is con considered conald consldered ¬
sidered ald roo as rather
a compromise agree agreement 8b7 ce cement t tment
ment between the dealers some of snow trnomwere snowwere m mWcre
were in favor of an Increase to 18 centsper cents centsper cenUper
per quart straight SuI bt Small consumers who whouse whouse whouse
use only a pint at a time Utr however w11lpay will willpay willp
pay p y at the rate of 10 cants all dealers dealerscharging doalJrsChlUging dealerscharging
charging 5 t + cents where the customer or ¬
ders d r but one pint at a time timeStatement timeStatement
Statement of Secretary SecretaryAccording SecretaryAccordIng
According to Secretary George Far Farqual Farguar
guar of the association the increase
follows as as R natural result of the one
ordered by the Wholesalers olesalers jv I tIOClatlonVhlah woclatlon woclatlonwhich
which W hich advanced the the he price to the dealers dealeI S
from 18 to 22 cent c nt per gallon gallonAlthough galJcmAlthough gallonAlthough
Although the price rice of 10 cents contl per or orquart
quart woul would not have e been exorbitant exorbitantz
orany or o z any more than the tbelMIiler dealer really reaU de des do
se serve s ive ftiald tsal lS < Mr Farquer the h8 dealers
finally fi nally agreed agte agreed d Upon the 9cenV Jce t rate and
it i t will accordingly go into effect on
November 1 this being the date when
the tlJ price of o wholesale milk increases
Tho association also 10 considered fireprice fire tfceprice tMprIce
price of milk in n quantities to lunoh lunohrooms lunchrooms
rooms and and oafes oat fee under the new seals scal
but it was finally decided that thl thU thllJ
should alintil VA be 1 left fi to individual i ii iibetween a eraan emant
between the reepectlve re i pectve dealersattd dealers and the th
restaurants served and no regular scale sO l
was Axed concerning concernl concern this class of
trade
Meeting Was Harmonious HarmoniousAccording HarmonIousAccordIng HarmoniousAccording
According to Secretary ocJtar Farquar F tU8r the
meeting meetIng of the dealers was harmonious harmonousAnd
and it w was s practically praotJcaJJ
unanimously de decided dechIed ¬
cided to put on the g 9cont annt rate The
deaJersjware looI rswtre all practically practically agreed that thatan 1 1who
an Jnorca incase e waa inevitable and as those tho thowho
who were at first Inclined to a 0 30conl JOconlrote
rate were not insistent the combina ¬
tion compromise oomproml 6 rate of 9 and S cents onts
was as quickly decided
upon UpOnThe uponThe
The difference in the ratio between
the < < quart and pint rate Is accounted GOounte for
by the contention of the dealers that it
requires additional time trouble and auf aufexpense andexpense
expense to serve th > smaller customer
who only onlyurchascs purchases one pint at a time timeTEN time timeTEN
TEN ARE KILLEDON KILLED KILLEDVIENNA
ON AUSTRIAN liNE liNENNA LINE
VIENNA NNA Oct 10 1OAn An express train
Semlin collided with a Q freight near
Budapest today Ten persons pers persons ns are re reported reported reported ¬
ported killed t and thirty hurt many of
them themsorlously themsorlouslyThe them seriously seriouslyThe
The collision occurred on m n a Q high em ¬
bankment and the force with which the
trains met threw both down into a
dedp de p ditch FIre broke brok out In the pas passenger pas ¬
coaches and this was as responsible
for several of the deaths PInned down town
by wreckage the victims worn war roasted
to death deathSeveral deathSeveral deathSeveral
Several persons were draggxjd draglrQ d gcdfrom from
debris by rescuers Just Ir time to
escape a similar fate Relief trains
now on their way to the scene sconeTHE sceneTHE
THE WEATHER WEATHE R REPORT REPORTIn j jIn
In the last twentyfcur hours fair
has prevailed in all parts of o oo f
o eantic country except along alop ale g the south At ¬
coal coast and alongtle along tt U e Groat Lakes Lakeswhere Lak
light rain has fallen The tom ¬
is generally below bel ° w the season ¬
ll l average east of the Rocky mountains
The weather conditions south ot1 of o f 1
are somewhat unsettled and
are indications In d lCQuons of storm torm develop
In that region regionShowers reslonShowers regionShowers
Showers are indicated for the lower lowe r
Ink region tonight and probably Friday
possibly on the south Atlantic c
oast oastImportant
Important temperature changes are areaot
anticIpatedStonmerJl anticipatedSteamers anticipated anticipatedSteamers
Steamers departing to today Jay for Euro e r rpean ¬
ports port will havo light to fresh rosh
wind fair weather to the th e
BanksTEMPERATURE Banks BanksTEMPERATURE BanksrEMPERAT
TEMPERATURE rEMPERAT JRE
9 a m TT 1 1i rvi 52
U noon 62
1 p m 63 63SUN 63SUN
SUN TABLE
sets today 523 6 29
un n rises tomorrow omQIrow Vw VwTIDE 601 601TIDE Qi
TIDE TABLE
water today lolo pm
water today TtV 415 41 pm
water tomorrow tOniQrro r1i40am11 r 1140 > 40 amll00 pm
water tomorivav tomorrr v 500 amf am 452 pm pmHARPERS pmHARPERS pmHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W Va Oct 10
cloudy Shenandoah clear
IRevublicanHead Republican Headquarters HeadquartersTo < Iuarters IuartersTo
To Move Iave to Wash Washington WashingtonGonuenierit in at on onConvenient >
Convenient for Leaders
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iNt3lRlr 3Ar
CAMPAIGN C PLANS PLANSTO PLANSTO
TO HATCH AMONG AMONGRE AMONGREPRESENTATIVES
RE REPRESENTATIVES RESENT A TIVES TIVESSherm
Sherman Sherm S n and Lou Louden Loudenslager Loudenslager en
slager Seek Offices to toBe toBe toBe
Be Occupied NextWeek Next NxtWeek i iWeek
Week WeekThe
The Republican Republlo Congressional Com Committee Committee Committee ¬
mittee will soon establish permanent permantMltbOlLdQuarters permanentheadquarters permanentheadquarters
headquarters in WaahlngtonR WashingtonRCpresentativ Washington WashingtonRepresentative
Representative R ntsentat1v a James S Sherman and andSecretary andSecretary andSecretary
Secretary Loudenslager Loudensla er were in n town townthis townthis
this week looking for a a location They Theywill Theywm Theywill
will decide on rooms in either the Hibbsbuilding HIbbs HIbbsbuilding
building or the Metropolitan M tropoUtan Bank ank build buildIng building
Ing IngThere
There will be no fuss or flourish aboutopening about aboutopening aboutopenIng
opening the offices but there is s great greatsignificance greatsIgnIficance greatignificance
significance s in the fact feet that this far farahead farahead farahead
ahead of next years ears Congressional cam campaign C8IBpalgn oarspaign ¬
paign the the Republican leaders of the theHouse t fifeHouse e eHouse
House are active a tlve in preparing for it itHitherto itHitherto
Hitherto the headquarters of the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee has hasbee been in New York From Fromnow Fromnow
now on the work wll will be dose in Wash Was WasIngtpn Rashingtpn Washingtpn
ingtpn and a corps of clerks will 111 be bemaintained bemalntalnod beaintained
maintained m aintained all the time timeGood timeGood timeGood
Good for Officials OfficialsDuring OfficialsDurIng
During the coming comln session Republican Republicanmembcrp RepubJlcanmemberI Republicanmembers
members can formulate plans for their theirreelection theIrreelection theirreelection
reelection and can be ready for the thefight thefight Llt Lltfight e
fight before before they they leave their work at tapitol the theCapitol t e eCapItol
Capitol C apitol next n xt summer said a Q retired retiredRepublican rotlredRepubUcan roaredRepublican
Republican polliicTan flits thl morning
Many Jlan nominations will be made early earlynext y ynett
next year because of tho Presidential Presidentialcampaign Presidentlcampaign
campaign and there is a chance chanc that
this very uptodate and progressive progre slve e
Congressional co ngrOSSIOnal committee will aid many
members to secure ronomlnatlons ronomlnatlonsHelp rono ronominationshelp naUons naUonsTIe1p
Help Loyal Friend FriendThose FriendThose FriendThose
Those who 110 have been loyal and faith faithful faithul al11 al11ful ¬
ful f ul to Uncle Joe and the the powers tha tharun that thatrun thatrun t
run things In the House will bo given givena give givea n
a helping hand handver very quietly of course coursebut coursebut coursebut
but all the more effectively effectivelyIn ettectiveJruIn
uIn In return return the members thus aided aidedand aidednnd aid aidand ed
and those promised al aId < j in the actual actualcampaign aFtuacampaign ual ualcampal5I1 1
campaign for olecilon must be good dur dunig ¬
ing In b ig the th sanln4 comin session sessionA
A wise political 1 > oJitlcal play Is going o on onunder onunder n L Lunder
under the U e direction 41rfCt n of Sherman Laudenslager Loud Loudonslagar Loudenslager
enslager Tawney awney and McKinley tho thochief thochler thechief
chief officials of the Congressional cowmlttee com committee commlttee ¬
mlttee Even the man In n the White Whit
House and the several =
candidates candldate for fo
President will look with much interest interestupon Irterestupon lrteros lrterosupon t
upon this latest smart political move moveInfluence moveInfltIe
Influence InfltIe ce of Committee CommitteeThe CommitteeThe ommitteeTho
The influence of the Congressional Congressionalcommittee CongressionalcommIttee Congressionacommittee 1
committee will be felt not only < > nly as regarda re regardo regard
gardo gard legislation but in the election electl n of o t
delegates to the next Republican na ts ¬
tional convention Most of the delegates s
to that body are chosen by district con conventions conventions conventions ¬
ventions and the he Congressional com committee ¬
mittee mltt o at Washington can have hav much to i
do with 1th the naming nilminI of delegates as well wellas wollas wol 1
as Congressmen CongressmenUsually CongressmenUsullUy CongressmenUsually
Usually the Congressman in n a district
Is nominated by the same convention
that names name two delegates and
no expla explanation explanation explanation ¬
nation nee A > be given of the trades that the themay t
may be r4e T de to secure delegates who whowill whowill wh °
will be kindly toward Uncle Joe Cannon Cannotor
or any an other Presidential candidate who wh whmay
may be ultimately favored by the Con CongYesslora1 CongYesslor
gressional gYesslor aI combine combineThe combIneTheTalt combineThe
The TheTalt Taft men will look askance on o n
this t ls latest lzt st move of Sherman Loudens
bold la lager er Tawney and McKinley It Is a acised
bOI thIng and yet It cannot cannot be crltl crltlclsed iti
creed The corporations will do some sum e
thinking also and the members of the th e
House who expect good committee as assignments asclgnments ¬
signments and aid next year ear will g get et
busy to cultivate friendly relations with w1 t tnew th
the new Washington 1 eadquarters
While It may aid the he Cannon Presi l ¬
dential ambition Us chief hlet object is s to t °
make m e sure of a Republican epubllcan House and an d
to combat any domination of the Whit White de e
House no matter who is chosen Presi 1 ¬
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NEW YORK YORK Oct Id 1 Two Two burglars burglarsin burglarsin
in in an an effort ertort effort to got go the keys k a to offices officesf officeset officesof
et f many brokers and bankers in Uw UwCentury th UteCentury < s sQent1JIY
Century building 74 Broadway BroadwAY early earlythis cartythis earlythis
this morning beat Richard F Gray a asixtyyearold ntxtyyearold aixtyyearold
sixtyyearold s watchman Watehmanwitlt with an iron ironbar Ironbar ironher
bar bar and then ben attempted to chloroform chloroformhim chloroformhim chloroformhim
him himAH
AH Al this occurred on the nineteenth nineteenthfloor nlnetoenthfleor
floor of the building where the cries of oftiic ottile ofthe
tile old man could not have 11a been heard heardin heardIn heardin
in the street and when the only 011 otty y other otherperson otherron otherperson
person < > ron in the skyscraper e tTseraper was a a cleaner cleaneron clean r ron
on the first floor floorA fluorA uo uoI
A former employe emplo e of one of the banks banksin banksIn banksit
in tho the building is suspected The de detectives detectlvos die ¬
I tectives say that his roan after his hisdischarge blsdifchnrge h hdischarge
discharge became beca e intimate with a pro professional professional professlonal ¬
fessional safe l3 te ore or ker The bank wherehe where wherehe wherolIe
he was as employed 6mploy d is equipped with burg burglar burglar burglar ¬
lar alarms ami anti the only safe way togain to I Igain
gain afn entrance e ntrllnc into the bank was to get gett I Ithe
the t e keys keysFell kefI kefIFell keysFell
Fell Watchman With Bar Bar BarThe I IThe
The detectives say that had the men mengot mengot
got into the bank and opened the safe satethe i ithe
the robbery would have eclipsed the therobbJfy thet therehh
robbJfy t rehh b1 e f y or the old Manhattan t > nbdtAn Bank Bankyears Bankyears
years ago One elevator in the bulldIn buildis build building ¬
ing In is in n pse all night nigh t lr t thesbenefi thesbenefiof the thebereAc benefit benefitiO
iO of the watchmen Som ° time Ime after mid midnight midI midnight ¬
I night Gray had to go to the nineteenth nineteenthfloor nineteenth nineteenthfloor nJneteenthfloor
floor when suddenly two men sprari sprang at atMm at11m
1 Mm im as ho came from an office One Onefelled Onefelted
felled him with an iron bar and the theether thecther theether
ether struck him across the face face with witha witha
a chisel chiselNow chiselNow chiselNow
Now give Ive up the keys to overy overyofflce oyeryotrlce
office one of the men commanded commandedBlood commandedBlood commandedBlood
Blood was hewing over the old mans mansface manstace mansface
face and so so weak was he from pain painContinued ImlnContinued
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Seventh and 21 streets a weekor weekor week weekor
or so ago a lady lady discovered thatshe that thatshe thatshe
she had lost 10 t a valuable pin pinWhat pinWhat
What shall I do she cried in indistress indhtres
distress I wouldnt have ave lost it itfor itfer
for anything in the world worldPut worldPut
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vised perhaps s youll y oull get et it itThe itThe
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fasten fast n her recovered pin secure securely securely ¬
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REPRESENTATIVE RE RESENTATrrE WILLIAM WILLIAMMcKINLEY L B BMcKINLEY BMcKINLEY
McKINLEYWORKING McKINLEY McKINLEYBecause McKINLEYWORKING
WORKING OVERTIME OVERTIMEON
ON THE PAYROLL PAYROLLBeeat1E6
Because they began work at 5 oclock oclockthis ecloc eclocthis t
this ti 13 t s itmratog rpo > sing the clerks employed by bythe b bthe
the the Board of Bducatlen hope to Ret tha thateachers tlttJI th thteachers U
I teachers pyr paysoihe JIoH Hs ta Ute District build buildins buildIns rout routing
ins ready red by S oclock cIock tomorrow l w morn morning montJUK ¬
ing l og JtBd JId thus provide for the tb payment pa paof paymentot nnent
i ot the teachers Eateries in n two or three threedays thr thrdays br brs brIn a t
days daysla daysIn s
In order order to do this they th wilt fcavo fcavoto ltav ltavto layo layoto °
to work until midnight mkl dgkt tonight and andprobably aadprebe a aprobably
probably prebe ly resume their task at 8 oclook oclooktomorrow ecieo ecieotomorrow cIeok cIeokton k
tomorrow ton GrrowntorniAS GrrowntorniASAt morning morningAt
At 1t the meeting or o the Board of Edca Edcatlon F Flion I i ition
lion yesterday afternoon atternoonSu Superintend Superiate Superiatesilt rlRtend rlRtendant std stdQa j jent
ant of Schools Chancellor submitted mttted re reson r rSOllts rsons Qa Qatfma
son sons for t r the delay dem in 1 having the teach teachers te teac teacera ch cherst Qah h ¬
ers erst payrolls yrons prepared on schedule scheduleNo tirao tlmeNo tfmar tiraoNo
No Changes Permitted PermittedInstructions PermittedInstructions PermittedInstructions
Instructions issued by the t e Treasury Treasuryand Treasuryat1d Treasu r l ld
and ap d dures District officials state tate that net eras erasures era 6raures s
ures or changes cba ses of any kind will be per permitted permUted pe pewitted sr sf r ¬
mUted on the th pay rolls Under this ra raing rul ruling rulInl f ¬
ing Inl no great speed can ba obtained in inpreparing Inpreparing I Ipreparing n
preparing the final copy of the rolls roI s for forthe tort116 1 or orle
the Auditor Auditor of the District as a 8 single singleerror singleerr sing singerror le
error err < ir would necessitate the rewriting of ofthe orthe
the whole sheet sheetThe sheetThe sheetThe
The committee of teachers 1eae rs from the thefive thef1e ti tifive e
five High schools which was appointed appointedby appollltedby appoint appointby
by Dr Chancellor to investigate Investigateternites fra fraterniHes fraternlt
terniHes ternlt 88 and secret societies in faWashington the theWashington t e eWashington
Washington High schools gave a Bear Bearing h hing her herJng ¬
ing to these organizations yesterday Y8 yesterday terda aft afternoon anernoon at aternoon ¬
ernoon at the Central I
School The pur pu ur r ¬
pose of this ti committee is s to k > learn if f
possible pos lble the object of the societies and a 1
to make a a report on its l adUgs to the
Board of Education which will then thenon thet act f
on the result of the inquiry Inquiry by determin rleterm ¬ t
ing whether or not the fraternities shall sh i a1 il
be abolished from the schoolsDelegates schools schoolsDelegates sc ool8 ool8De1egates
Delegates Examined ExaminedThrea ExaminedThr ExaminedThrew
Threw Thr e delegate who had been ap appointed appointed 5 5pointed ¬
pointed by efch ch of these secret orders orderswere orderswere orde ordewere rs 3
were examined the representatives representativeseach S of ofeach oteach f
each fraternity tra ern1ty belpg given gen a separate separatehearing separatehearIng sop na nahearing ie e
hearing Questions were put to todebates thes thesdelegates tAesdel t g
delegates del tes whIch would tend to show showthc showth she sheth w
thc th t the deep eecrecy observei observe by them themin themIn the then m 1
in n their initiations and meetings is s harm harmful harmtul h hful arm ¬
ful tul to o the interests of the students armd and andthe andthe ax axthe d
the schools While the report ofcommittee of this thiscommittee thIscommittee
committee will 111 not be made until thise the theparents theparents ti tiparents e
parents of various various members are alsoantlned also ex examined ecamlne e x ¬
amined amlne < 1 it is s freely predicted p cted by many manyof manyot mat matof ee
of the pupils that it will be favoraole favorao e
The hearing for parents will probably probab ty y
be arranged for the latter part ofecoek of this thisKeek thisweek s
week pr earlf earl ariy next week WQe
LAUNCU LAUNCUBURSTS LAUNCH
BURSTS
4 4DI3AD 4DI3ADplodes DEAD DEADLighted
Lighted Match Ex Explodes Explodes Exaso ¬
plodes plodesBURSTS Gasolene aso erne 9 Fa Fatalities Fatalities a aa ¬
talities a i ies Follow FollowThree FollowThree o oThree
Three Injured So o Seri Seriously Seriously Seriously ¬
ously Death ea Is IsExpected IsExpected s sExpected
Expected ExpectedSurvivors ExpectedSurvivors ExpectedSurvivors
Survivors Cling 1 n to toBoats toBoats o oBoats
Boats Side Till TillRescued TillRescued i iRescued
Rescued RescuedNEW RescuedNEW RescuedNEw
NEW YORK YORK Oct 10 10Four 10Fouryo Four Fouryoung Fouryoung
young yo young mg men were drowned and three threeothers threeothers threeothers
others all from good families were wereso wereso wereso
so seriously burned by the explo explosion explosion exPlosion ¬
sion of a gasolene launch on the theRaritan theRarit theRaritan
Raritan Rarit n Bay early today that they theymay theymay theymay
may dieFor die dieFor dieFor
For three hours after the explo explosion explosion explosion ¬
sion the three survivors clung to tothe tothe tothe
the rail of the launch and fought off offthe offthe
the flaming gasolene which surrounded sur surrounded surrounded ¬
rounded them in the water waterThe waterThe
The dead deadHARRY dea4HARRY deadHARRY
HARRY P BARTER bookkeeper of ofthe
the First National Bank of Perth Am Amboy Ambop
boy boyFLOYD
FLOYD THoHOSB a draughtsman draughtsmanPerth draught3manrertA
Perth Amboy AmboyKDWARD Am AmEDWARD AniboyEDWARD
EDWARD J J OLSEN bookkeeper boekkeeperp bookkeeperPerth
Perth p rth Axaboy AmboyCHARLES Ambo AmboCHARLES
CHARLES WICKBIDiG WICKBU WICKBUG O clerk in n the thePerth theTerth thePerth
Perth Amber Terra Cotta Company CeaapanyThe CempanyThe CompanyThe
The injured JnJttrCtlJosfJ1t
JosfJ1t Josr jk J Hwnsby Hwn by bookkeeper bookk per Nn N Ntioaa
tioaa Flrepreeflng htrepro ig Gpmpany pmptUlY badly badlyburned bd1yburned
burned burnedNelson burnedNelson burnedNelson
Nelson P T J Macan an a a draughtsman draughtsmanPerth 4raughtBmantrth draughtsmanPerth
Perth trth Amboy burns burnsRichard burnsRlchanI burnsRichard
Richard Habedee R edee a draughtsman draughtsmanburns draughumanbu draughtsmanburns
bu burnsThe burns burnsThe
buThe
The seven young men started late at atrJgbt atnight
right from Perth Amber In a 8 large largegasolene lsrxegasoleDe
gasolene launch owned by Maoan fog fogKey fo foKey toJeKey
Key Port
Lighted Match MatchWhen MatchWhen MatchWhen
When two mIleS mlietr off Key Pert oneof one oneof oneot
of them t QI lighted a match to ignite acigar a acigar acIgar
cigar A A spark flew into the drippings drippingsof
of gasolone in the bottom of the boat boatand bo boatand t tand
and instantly communicated the flames flamestg tlam88tQ flamese
tg t o the th e fiftygallon tank in the head of ofthe ofthe
the boat boatThere
There was a terrific explosion e o8ton and andthe andth andthe
the th seven men were hurled into the thewater thewater thewater
water The boat was set afire and andthose andthose andthose
those who survived the first shock ooecklie ooecklieot five fiveof
of them t ttefaswam emswam swam back to the launch Two Twohad TwoItad
had been irewned < 1 at the first immersion immersionBurns ImmersionBurns immersionBorne
Burns on WaterThe WaterThe Water WaterThe
The five survivors caught th the boat rail railon ranon railon
on the he same side and thought to tip It Itso itso
so 38 to flood it with water and ex extlngaleh ext1ng eztlnSsleh
tlngaleh t1ng 18h the flames Instead the firsttip first firsttip tlrsttip
tip of the launch sent 9iany Y gallons of ofnaming otamln ofaming
naming fl amln gasolene lne out on the water about aboutthe abouttAft aboutthe
the swimming risen en driving < them away awayfrom awaTtrom easyfrom
from the t e boat boatThis boatThis boatThis
This time only three of the men re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the boa boat two having been so soMinded solndtMl soblinded
Minded lndtMl by the tkehurnlng burning gasolene that thatthey thatuey
they were drowned drownedThe drewnoobe drownedThe
The be three t ree survivors Hornsby Macan Macanand Diaoanand Macannel
and nel Rtibedee held eW ta the boat fer three threehours threehours threehours
hours while their hands were Were burned burnedalmost urn8f urn8falm06t
almost a lmost to a crisp by the flames whla whli whliwere whlawore
were shooting up and making a bright brighttorch brighttorch
torch out on the bay bayThey bayThey
They were almost dead and ready to todrop todrop todrop
drop off ot and drown when the freight freightsteamer freightsteamer freightsteamer
steamer St Michael Mich el plying between betweenNew batweenNew
New York and Perth Amboy came camealong camelong e ealong
along a long and being attracted by the tbetoreh tbetorehof torch torchof
of burning gasolene ssolens sent help fcelpDetails belpDetails
Details of Game GameGiven GameGiven
Given in Times TimesDelights TimesDelights
Delights Dell ghtsPublic Public PublicSixteen
Sixteen minutes after alto the Chicago GhlcagoDetrott QhJcagoD
D Detrott Petro PetroTimes trott + game 1Re o ended dEd yesterday The TheTimes TheTimes
Times was on the street with full detailset details detailsf detai1ef
ef f the eon ctmtestThls o2ttest test This was not only a arecord a arecord arecord
record oC its kind but gave to the thepeople thePOOlle
people pool le of Washington WasftlR 8n the first oppor opportunity Gpportualtr ¬
tunity to f o read the account acC 4Jnt of the game gameEveryb8fiy
Everybody in Washington W blngton ws tS de deJlghted deighted
lighted l with wl the th quick Q lek service given by byThe
The Times and congratttfettoas con tltat1oJ poured pouredInto pouredinto
Into the office On every side expres expresslons eCpres eCpresslons etpt ea
slons of satisfactlojj USt ctl q were heard from trompers frompersons
persons pers ns interested In the e game BIJt that thatWashington thatrasblngtn
Washington was not compelled to wait waituntil waltuntil waituntil
until this morning before b lorB readias rdi1 ig the theparticulars theparticulars theparticulars
particulars particularsTfee particularsTile particularsThe
Tile issue was a late ate edlttot which whichern
embodied ern oded not only the regular r news of ofthe o
the day but the account of the big bl bl1ame
game n which the entire city was inter IntertSted intertested
tested estedThe tStedThe
The same opportunity of reading th the thedetl
detl el account of the t e contest eent st will be begiven
the readers of The Times today todayRIOTER todayRIOTER
RIOTER SENT TO JAIL JAILON JAILON
ON SIX MONTHS SENTENCE SENTENCEOTTAWA SENTENCEOTT
OTTAWA OTT W A Ontario Oct 10 l 10A A W wReId
Reid one of the Vancouver Iotera in
tLft 1L e Japanesa riots has been b een f fU1A foun founi
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