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Rain ai Sundays a Fair and andcolder andcolder d s Fi ns nsNUMBER
I C colder Monday MondayNUMBER n aIfir P I sfiirtgtottime Fiftyfour Fifty four u Pages PagesSTTSTDAY PagesNUAEBER
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AND 0 KILLS S STriple SELf SELfTriple SELFTriple
Triple Tragedy Caused Causedby Causedby Causedby
by Jealousy of the theHusband theHusband theHusband
Husband HusbandWife HusbandWife HusbandWife
Wife Is I s Slain While WhileFleeing WhileFleeing VhileFle
Fleeing Fle ing From tom HisAbuse His HisAbuse HisAbuse
NORFOLK Va Oct 26 28CrAzed 28CrAzedby 26Crazedby Crazed Crazedby
by jealousy John Childrsss a a apaparhanger apaperhanger
paparhanger of this thI city this after afternoon afternoon
noon shot and killed his young wife wifefataUy wifefatally
fatally wounded his motherinlaw motherinlawand motherInlawand motherinlawand
and then turning the pistol upon uponhiIDHlt uponhimself
himself blew out his own brains brainsThe brainsThe
The triple tragedy occurred in the thehome thehome thehome
home of the dead man He returned returnedhome returnedhome
home 8uppo supposedly edly under the influ influence inll inllonce inflnonce
once of liquor and after accusing acousinghis accusinghis
his wife of unfaithfulness sent a abullet abullet abullet
bullet into her back as she was flee fleeing fleeing fleeing
ing from him The ball took effect effectnear effectDear effectnear
near her heart heartTurning heartTurnIng HeartTurning
Turning he fired upon Mrs Mat Alattie Mattie
tie Brittenham his motherinlaw motherinlawwounding motherlnlawwoundtng motherInlawwounding
wounding her in her right arm The Themurderer Themurderer Themurderer
murderer then put the weapon to tohis tohi tohie
his hi right temple and pulled the thetrigger thetrJX thetrigger
trigger trJX 8r He died almost instantly instantlyand itantlyand instantlyand
and the death of his wife followed followedIn followedIn oUowedin
In a few minutes minutesTwo mlnut8liTwo minutesTwo
Two children one a girl ofthirteen of ofthirteen ofthirt
thirteen thirt n months old and the other othera
a boy two year old are left leftorphans leftorphans leftorphans
orphans by the tragedy tragedyflflflfRWFP traXedyfLOODS tragedyFLOODS
HOME OoC Oot ILFisodg Fteoo such as C Italy Itabrbas
has b bas not not known kROWJllit in Ii generations are r sweep sweepJcy SWtMJII sweepirg
I Jcy icg ewer northern Italy and the Island Islandof Islandor Islandof
of SIcIly aicllyDrowntacs PdMdlyDrownisgs
Drowntacs landslips avalanches avalanches of ofitud otucJ ofmud
mud ucJ the eoKapse coUap e of buildings train trainwrecks trainwreck trainwrecks
wrecks wreck due to softened fteneel tracks the he nightof night nightof flightot
of panicstricken thousands tbou n from their theirhomes thelthomes theirhomes
homes and great property loss 10 s are re reported r rported re reported
ported from a score of cities citiesThe cUI cUIThe citiesThe
The list ll t of dead may mount into the thehundreds thehundred thehundreds
hundreds The financial damage will willamount wJl18mouot willamount
amount to ntllnons ntllnonsFor milltonFor mllitoneFor
For the third time within a atew few weeks weeksLake weeksLake weeksLske
Lake Maggoire is i far over 0 its l 3 banks banksSouth bnksuth banksMouth
South uth of there in Piedmont PJed Piedmout t Lombardy Lombardyand Lomb Lombardyand rdy rdyand
and Emilia the river Pp has risen risentwentyone riNnt1entyone risentwentyone
i twentyone feet Pavia with a popu population ¬
lation IUo lation of nearly 99000 will be the theheaviest theheavteat theheaviest
heaviest sufferer r The suburbs are under un under under ¬
der many y feet of water and the people peoplenavigate peopleJvisate peoplenavigate
navigate Jvisate the streets in boats boatsThe boaLsThe boatsThe
The suburbs Ml riNI of Genoa are also in inundated Inucted inurdated ¬
undated and in this vicinity many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the most disastrous dl tuttrou landslides IAnd lkles have oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred On the Island of Sicily al already already already ¬
ready racked by the recent r ftt earthquake earthquakeconditions earthqualeconditlonm rtbctuake rtbctuakeconditio
conditions conditio are are frightful Whole villages villagesare villagesare villagesare
are afloat Hundreds of houses have havecollapsed havecollapMd havecollapsed
collapsed and it is J certain that many manypersons man man1otrtlOftS manypersons
persons 1otrtlOftS are in the ruins ruinsThrough ruin ruinMIrousb ruinsThrough
Through the entire entlr floodSKept 11ood Oftlt region regionboth regionboth regionboth
both north and south thousands are areshelterless areehelterfees arethelterleas
shelterless and destitute All over the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country the downpour oC rain con continues couUru continuos ¬
tinues tinuesN Uru UruMRS tinuosMRS
N NBW W YORK Oct IIrs M Mrs Annie AnnieAdame AitnhA AnnieAds
Adame A Ads Maude Adams Adm mother and andonce andonce andonce
once the fiancee of former United Statez Statett5eRntor StatezSenator StatuSwMttoc i
Senator Brown rown of o Utah who was kilied killedle kiliedJc kiliedIn
Jc the Bahush Hotel in Washington Washingtonpassed WuhlngtonptUItIeCI Washingtonpassed
passed through New W York on her way wayto Wyto wayto
to the Capital City stopping here for a aconference a awUh aconference
conference with Assistant Aal tllt Diistriot At Attorney Atto Atteraoy ¬
torney to Gibbons She has been served servedwith servedwith servedwith
with a a subpoena to testify at the trial trifclof tnlJof trialof
of Mrs Annie JU e M Bradley under indictmt indiciwent indict indictment ¬
went for killing 1t1IUn Brown BrownThrough BrownT BrownThrough
Through T IOUIrh Mrs Adams the prosecutionto prosecution XOIieCUUoIlto
hopes to prove ihe be motive for the ahoot shuutug vut
Iwr ug It will be contended that Mrs rs
liradtoy Jiradlel considered Mrs Adams won
Brownf a alTectiun from the former fon er lU TIK
two women will meet for the first first time timewhen tim timwlMft tttnawhen
when Mrs Adams takes the wiUieas wiUieasstand wilncasstand UU3S UU3Satand
stand in Washington Wasi nartoft next month monthWHITE monthWHITE monthWHITE
Cls C + tdeo ri Brown and Frank Jones both bothwatte bothwlltte bothwhIte
whIte were locked up at the First pre prectaet precI pretdaet
ctaet cI et police poU station at an early hour hourU hourthis I Ithis
this U morning MOmID charged with having avlbf as astee assanited j
saulted tee William v Stewart Tie Ninth Ninthstreet Ninthstreet Ninthstreet
street northwest Officer Sanford made madeU madethe j
the U arrest it is alleged 1 that the men menheM menbeW menheld
heM up p Stewart in the u sorthwest ort we t tt10t1 sec section ¬
o tion of tae city dt and after at < < finding that thatu
u he tad little money or valuables vaJuabl pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to express their disappointment disappointmentby
by b bs ssftdnc ung himHandsome him himHandseae
HaDd Handsome me home Just Completed Co leted on onvery onerIIUI onv
v very essy terms erIIUI to those the appreciative of ofa
a thoroughly t y complete artistic art1 tie and substantial BUttIitantlI sub substantial ¬
stantial stantial house Owner leaving city 1 IUl 1
East Capitol St atAdv Adv
Worst Governed City in inWorld inWorld inWorld
World He H e Tells Show HShowiYe ShowMe ShowYo1
Me Yo1 e State Society SocietyRepresentative SocietyRepresentative SocietyRepresentative
Representative L 1 oy 0 y d dSays dSays dSays
Says People Barter Fran Franchise Franchise Franschise ¬
chise for Half H If of Tax Taxes TaxesI T axes es esI
I have often heard heard it said that Wash Washington Wa Washington k kIngton ¬
i ington te J the beetgoverned city in tM theworld th thworld tMworld
i world in my opinion it t Is the worst werstgoverned worstgoverned Ort Ortgovorned
J governed city In the world said Rep Representative Reprcsuntatlv8 Reprosentative ¬
resentative Champ Clark of of Misoourl Misoourllast 1d1e Mieeeurilast eurl eurlla
la last t night at th the first meeting of the thsyear ttUIear theyear
y year ear of the Missouri Society In the thePythian thaPythlan thePythian
I Pythian Temple TempleI TempleIoc TempleLocal
I Ioc Local cal l selfgovernment not only in the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
I District of Columbia but In the various variouscolonial Yarlouco1onlal variouscolonial
colonial poaeetelons po eMlon of the United States Stateswas Stab StabWas Stateswas
was th the subject upon which Rttpr6senta Rttpr6sentatlves RPIfoMfttatfvc Reprosentatives
t tlves tfvc Clark and John T Lloyd also of ofMissouri orMlf3sourl ofMissouri
Missouri made addresses addre e Mr Ir Lloyd Lloydprefaced Lloydpreraeed Lloydprefaeed
prefaced his remarks with the state stategovernmenUr statement statemeat
meat that there is a greater ter variety ot otgOVfrnmenUs ofgovernments
governments connected nneeted with ith the United
States States than with any other tb9r nation In
t the world
Against rainst Federal Aid AidThe
The District of Columbia he said a1a
Ws is the only place pl ce in the United State 9tatee tte
where the people are willing to give up
their right of franchise tllLJte lee as eittaens of
the republic for tb tile Mike of having one
half of their taxes t paid To the citizens citizensof
of the District Dl trlet belongs the right to vote
for a Representative in Congress Congr as to ex express expreSil express
press their needs Why should not tAe tiiepoeple tAeeple thepeople
people eple of Washington meet their own ownexpenses ownUlpenMS ownexpenses
expenses and mn their own government vernment
Instead of depending upon UOft the Federal
Government GOY < < Bqllent to pay J > half of their running run running running ¬
ning expenses And is there any justiIlabie justi justinabia jUlttAawe
nabia reason rM on why the rest n t of the United UnitedStates United5ttM UnitedStates
States should be called upon pon to t con contribute CORtribute contribute ¬
tribute toward the support of the Die District Dlstt1ct Dietract ¬
tract of Columbia I have newer yet yetheard yetheard yetheard
heard the argument that would con convince coovince convince ¬
vince me that such aue should should be the ease easeIn ca caIn easeIn
In his discussion of the various colonial colonialgovernments 0 ooloslalgovernrnente I0a I0agovernments
governments Mr Lloyd emphasized mpft Mzed the thestatement theMttwnoat
statement 8 that the residents re klelttll of the ft e oeto oetonies oeIOnles cebsloe
sloe are not noit enjoying 1oylug that degree of ofliberty ot11bty ofliberty
liberty which is expected t4 o obtain b 1tJt6th ba baAeeth bM
M Jt6th ath the Amrksan flag In refer referto rr rrt referea
to t the Philippine he said saidHow saidHow saidHow
How have n we treated these islanders islanderswho an anwho
who who came to u uc in a large Measure Measurevoluntarily r1KaHltCVoluJttarllT raeaerrevoluntarily
voluntarily They are governed OVenlMa by icya byUnited
a United States commission seraposed eompo ed dt dtr dtseven if ifseven
r seven SeveR members mer bers and nd though they have havea
a a legislative body bod nothing can be dose doaewithout dosewithout deftewithout
without Its consent and that of the thePresident UtePresident thePresident
President of the United States StatesI
I believe in the American Amerlean flag and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what it represents I believe that ifneeds if ifneeds itneeds
needs be a man J n should give up his Ute Utetor Hfefor lifefor
for that flag But do the Stars and andStripes aDdStripes andStripes
Stripes mean to the Philippine islander islanderwhat Jslanderwhat Islanderwhat
what it does to us Wherever the flag flagfloats nagnOfl flagfloats
floats nOfl it should be It as nearly lUll possible possibleths poIIslblothe possiblethe
the emblem 8mbl m of civil and religious liberty lib liberty liberty ¬
erty ertyMr
Mr Clark who followed Mr Lloydsaid Lloyd Lloydsaid Lloydaid
said in his opening remarks that he hesubscribed besubscribed hesubscribed
subscribed fully to everything Mr Lloyd Lloydhad Lloydhad Lloydhad
had said expressing expr slng the opinion that his hisaddress hisaddress hisaddress
address was worthy of elaboration and andpresentation andpre andpresentation
presentation pre entatlon before Congress CengresWouldnt CengreWouldnt CongressWouldnt
Wouldnt Raise Children Here HereEspecially HereEspecially HereEspecially
Especially he said d do I agree agreewith agreewIth agreewith
with him regarding the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
lumbia I wouldnt live Uv here or raise raisemy raJ raisemy e emy
my children here for t r anything that thatmight t1tatmight thatmight
might be offered roe If it is Istru true that thatIt tItit ht htIt
It is the best governed city in the world worldthen worldthen worldthen
then the entire ontirerepre representative entaU1 form of ofour orour ofour
our Government is at fault faultI
I have supported three bills bestow beatowIng be bestowing tow towlog
Ing upon the District a territorial form formof foriaof orJR orJRot
of government but the lack of support supportof supportot supportof
of the wealthy men of Washington Ington to totfle totile tothe
tile measures was most noticeable noticeableWhether notlcbleWhether noticeableWhether
Whether Whether this is due to the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the United States pays onehalf the thetaxes thebaes thetaxes
taxes I am not prepared to say but I Iwill IIll Iwill
will Ill venture enture the opinion plnl D that the quick quickest quickest quickeat ¬
est and most effective way to obtain obtainfranchise obtaintraaehlee obtainfranchise
franchise in the District is I to with withdraw withdraw withdraw ¬
draw the support 8IP1 rt o of the rest of the theUnited theUnited
United States Only about one man in infifty InAfty infifty
fifty realize that he is helping to pay paythe 11the paythe
the taxes of the District few of them themknowing themkn thewsknowing
knowing kn lng anything of the form of goy goveminent go goi goyernment
ernment eminentPhilippines ernmentPhilippines ernmentPhilippines
Philippines Recall Horse Story StoryAs StOIyAs StoryAs
As for the Philippines I believe that thatrlnetynine thatiainetynine
rlnetynine 1 persons per80 out of one hundred hundredRepublicans hundredRepubllcns hundredRepublicans
Republicans and Democrats would get getrid getrId getrid
rid of them if they knew how The ThePhilippine ThePhilippine ThePhilippine
Philippine question rse rewinds ends me of the thefellow thefellow thefellow
fellow who OBOe swore that a horse horsewas horsewas horsewas
was seventeen feet high tgh and would never neverafter Bevel Bevelafter feverafter
after acknowledge acknowlell e that it was U seven seventeen seventeen seventeen ¬
teen hands high because he had gene geneupon 16neupon geneupon
upon oath oathI oathI
I have only one hope of getting rid
I of them and that is I to neutralize neutraJlzethem them
so that all the nations of the world worldwill worldwill worldwill
will be given an equal opportunity in
their development and each made to torealize torCtlllze torealize
realize that there th thine re must be no noencroch noencrochment encroach encroachment encroachment ¬
mentPreceding ment mentPreceding mentPrec
Preceding Prec < < ldlng the addresses addre es a violin and andpiano am ampiano andpiano
piano selection was given by Raphael
Koester and his sons Paul and Carl Carlfollowed Carlfllowed Carlfollowed
followed by a vocal solo by Miss 1Us Ruby
Thurmond Judge Jud e A G Levitt presi president presIdent president ¬
dent of the society presided presidedPIONEER prmdedPIONEER presidedPIONEER
CINCINNATI Ohio Oct 26Jacob 26JacobLohrey 2CJacobLohr 36JacobLohrey
Lohrey Lohr pioneer sausage Au age manufacturer manufacturerand
and belt packer of 2147 Kindel avenue avenuedied aV8l11died avenuetiled
died in agony at t 10 ocleok this morning morningat
at his he home eme in Cheviot from the effectsof effects effectsger erectsor
or blood lm OlSOftln sonin caUI8d ce 1W losing 1 1m II
I finger In = ping m maehl la The fin ftnger finger
ger was so badly r lacerated that ampu amputation amputtIc amputade ¬
ttIc tation had to be resorted to Thursday TbUr day
I 1 Blood poisoning developed and ad hastened M
I his death deathHe det detHe deathHe
He was a delegate to the convention
of packers held in Chicago recently
Many Happy Returns of the Day Mr President PresidentI PresidentROOSEVELT PresidentWOOSEVELT
1 1Mr
Mr Roosevelt Before Beforfi He Acquired theArt
Art of Broncho Busting BustingMr BustingMr BustingMr
Mr Roosevelt Roosevelt the Hunter in Hi HiRanching HiRanching
1 ST LOUIS Oct 26 GHundreds Hundreds of detectives de detectlves detectives
tectives employed by the Wabash Mls Mlssouri Mt Mtsouri MIssourf
souri Pacific and Frisco Fr railroads are sretcuay areto aretoday
today to ay engaged in seeking the perpe perpetrators perpetnttors perpetrators ¬
trators of an alleged plot to wreck the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train bearing Miss Helen Gould and andparty Andparty andparty
party on ker ter er Western trip tripDlscoveryvQf tripDlscoe1 tripDiscovery
Discovery DlscoveryvQf Dlscoe1 f the details detl ls o of the con conspiracy C cmspiracy 3n 3nSldracy ¬
spiracy was mafia xnaue n de today following follo1n the thedeparture thedputture duedeparture
departure yesterday eterdli of Miss Mi Gould east eastward eutwarn eastward ¬
ward wardWhen wardWhen
When lien the Missouri Pacific train bear bearins bearing bearing
ing lllss Gould and an her party PArty1eft PArty1eftren left leftJenesboro leftJenesboro
Jenesboro ren SbolO Ark a pilot engine ngln was sent sentahead sent kntahead sentahead
ahead to guard Against possible pos lbh effortsi efforts effortswreck effortswrecl
i wreck the train o
i tll 11 1 i iPRESIDENT
Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt Commanding the Rough Riders in the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerican
American War
FRIS Oct 88 5FIvo FIvo array officers officersand otft officersand rs
and 00 two women aboard the Lebaudy Lebaudyairship LebaudyaIrshIp Lebaudyairship
airship Patrie recently purchased by bythe b bthe bythe
the government for fotmllltary military use nar narrowly 111roI ner nerrowly ¬
rowly roI escaped eiI ped death today by the thecringing thecrl thecrlpp
crl crlpp cringing lng Of the craft during a series se e of ofevolutions ofewluUon ofevolutions
evolutions over < v the city
The ship hlp was as high in the nit when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the right propeller dropped ro ped oft After Afterdrifting Attt Afterdrifting = r rrittiag
drifting for an hour and barely re1y n missingcollisions missing missingcollusions uiU uiUcollbl
collisions collbl n with trees tree chimneys ana anahigh apIitgh
high l1 h buildings the ship reached ground groundnear groundnear < < rovnd rovndnear
near Issy IssyjOnr luyOur IsayOur
jOnr Our Display of Chrysanthemums WillInterest Will Willinterest Willj WilljInterest
interest you Shaffer 14th I IAdv Adv J Jr
lCOf1Y1IOJ7 7QO1 7QO11GtRAj 01
MILLINOCK Me Oct 95Between 95Betweenthirtyfive Between BetweenUilrtynve BetweenrQrve
Uilrtynve rQrve and flf fifty ty Italians were drown drowne drowno4
o4 e l here today when a 8dam dam owned o n8d by the thuPaper thoPaper thePaper
Paper Mills Company collapsed collapsedARRESTED colIp collapsedARRESTED ed edARREST
Howell F Jones ef SIR M Blsveath Blsveathstreet Jaethstreet loveeth loveethstreet
street northeast was arrested arre ICI last night nightby nl nightby < < ht htby
by Central C ntral Office Detectives Kvans J nn vans and andHartigan LadHartigan ad adHartlpn
Hartigan on a charge of embezslmg 6 6from 6fJOm 6from
from Golden Jb t Co by whom hewas hewasemployed he was wasemployed wasemployed
employed as a salesman Ie man and collector collectorThe col1ectorThe collectorThe
The police say the total amount of his hispeculations hispeculations hispeculations
peculations is between 50 51 and andt 60 tt >
< <
yp JG11 1
Mr Roosevelt in the Early Eighties EightiesPresident EightiesPresident EightiesPresident
President Roosevelt the Hunter on His HisFavorite HisFavorite HisFavorite
Favorite White Borse BorseSITH Horse HorseWILL 1 orse orseWILL
Hungarian Club ClubWORK Will WilkCall WilkCallat Ca11
at White House HouseDuring HouseDuring HouseDuring
During Day DayThis DayThis DayThis
This is President Roosevelts birthday birthdayHe bIrthdayHe birthdayHe
He is I fortynine vars s old Is as vig vigorous vigorous vigorous ¬
orous and active actlveJJi as any man of thirty thirtyand thJrtyand thirtyand
and his friends are assuring him today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that he Is good for fortynine years yearsmore yearsmore oars oarsmore
more of usefulness and brilliant brilliantachievement brilliantachievement brilliantachievement t
achievement achievementAlthough achievementAlthough achievementAlthough
Although eongratutations eongratuk ons are pouring pouringin
in upon him almost by the bushel bUlh I by bymail byJft8Jl bymail y
mail and telegraph and telephone it itmay Itmay itmay t
may scarcely be said SI d PJAt that he is celo celoorating eelebraUns celobratlug
orating the day He will not not deviate deviatefrom devtcrrom deviatefrom e
from his usual Sunday program of devetion de devotion deGUon ¬
votion GUon work and recreation retre Uon In theforenoon the theforenoon theforenoon e
forenoon he will attend services at atGrace atGrace atGrace ±
Grace Reformed Church After church churchhe churchhe churchhe
he will bo found at athis his office going over overhis overhlseorre overhis T
his hlseorre correspondence pondenee and dinner will willfollow willfollow willfoliow 1
follow at t the usual time 13 13In 131 1311ft 151In
In tit the afternoon if I the t e weather w ther is isfair I Ifair isfair
fair lie will in all probability go for forContinued forContInued forContinued
Continued on Second Page
Bride of Month Bru Brutally BrutalIy Brutally ¬
tally Assaulted and andRobbed andRobbed andRobbed
Robbed RobbedCowardly RobbedCowardly RobbedCowardly
Cowardly Pedestrians PedestriansIgnore PedestriansIgnore PedestriansIgnore
Ignore Her Calls for forAssistance forAssistance forAssistance
Assistance Assistancepolice AssistancePolice AssistancePolice
police I Believe Man ManHad ManI ManHad
Had a Accomplice in inCrime inCrime in inCrime
Crime Crime3Irs
Mrs Irs Louisa lewis a bride of less les3than lessthan IcS8than
than a month was attacked and andbrntallr adbrutally andbrutally
brutally beaten by it nagre who whorobbed wl10robJJcd whorobbed
robbed her of a pocketbook con containing containing containing ¬
taining 18 in front of 185 Q Qstreet Qstrcet Qstreet
street northwest about 9 oclock oclocklast oclocklast oclocklast
last night Because of the cowardice cowardiceof
of three pedestrians her assailant assailantescaped assailantescaped assailantescaped
escapedThe escaped escapedThe escapedTho
The assault was committed In Inwhat Inwhat Inwhat
what Is known as Hells Bottom ettom the thelarger thelarger theanger
larger anger part of the population Jt plllatIon being beingnegroes beingnegroes beingnegroes
negroes negroesDidnt Didnt See Man Following F8I1eW FollowingMrs Bg BgriI
Mrs riI Lewis war returning re taming to her herapartments herapartmentS herapartments
apartments in the Leumass Twelfth Twelfthand Twelfthand Twelfthand
and Q streets treets northwest BOrt Wt and was wasunaware wasunaware wasunaware
unaware that she w wu bei bang g closely closelyfollowed cloBelyfollowed closelyfollowed
followed by a I negro A Ai M ab aIM parsed parseda
a dark alley on Q street east e t of ofFourteenth ofFourtenth ofFourteenth
Fourteenth street tre8t the theJDUl man rushed rushedup rushedup rushedup
up from behind and struck her a astunning astunning ablow
stunning stunninghead blow on 01 the back of the thehead thehead
head with some hoary instrument instrumentThe inatrumentTh InstrumentThe
The Th Wow felled her to ih the ground groundand poundand
and before she h8 had aa opportunity opportunityto t y yto
to defend herself the t negro ero placed placedhis placedhis placedhis
his knee between betWHllJt > er ahmriderg sotiasrs s and andgrabbed andIIIbHd andgrabbed
grabbed her 81 arty ar n4 tfc u tine week < with withboth withboth withboth
both hands
Gets Her Purse PurseHe PllrseHe PurseHe
He then wrenched wre he4 her ec P pure JUIM rss rssha from > her hprhand herhand
ha hand H and a td ran in t the e alley H He ssss made > ro rofirther rofrtlIer nofrrther
firther kttewi + tteDtK to toAttracted Injure her herAttracted herAttracted
Attracted by the woman womans screams screamsseveral 1ICftAtnSIleVoir aereamsseveral
several IleVoir l person m the neighborhood neighborhoodrushed neighborhoodrushed eJcbborhoodrushed
rushed to her assistance la the mean meantime IftHntim meantime ¬
time tim however she bad approached a apasserby e ep8Hrby apasserby
passerby Lad d asked him to follow ta ew the thenegro then thenegro
negro n gro but the man paid no attention to toher toher toher
her Two ether t et pedestrians who the thopolice tho thopolice thepolice
police say y witnessed wlt the > assault glt mada madano madano madeno
no effort to aid kl the woman womanMrs womanMrL womanMrs
Mrs Lewis is the wife lie of a druggist druggistwho dnJf druggistwho > giat giatwho
who is employed at Seven aevenu evsth tU and andstreets andstreets t tstreets
streets northwest t They were W swirled mrriodSeptemberi swirledSeptember JRalTl JRalTlSeptember
September 28 So and have only been living livingat lhingat livtrgat
at the Lsumass a a few days daysMrs d daysMrs irs irsMrs
Mrs Lewis was not sertaasty aen IMIy llajureI llajureIas injure J Jas
as the rea I8 reeelt 4Ilt It of the blow om her head headWhen headTbeK headWhen
When TbeK seen een by a Times Tt reporter lastnight last lastnight Jutnight
night she talked freely of th thv assault assaultTells assaultTells ault aultTells
Tells ef Assault AssaultI
I was returning home ho M trout fro n a laundry laundryon laundryon
on T street streetaDel and had no idea that I was wasbeing wasbeIag wasbeing
being followed by a negro JMP she be said saidHe saidHe saidHe
He must have eome no from behind behindme hehindme behindme
me for the first thing I know something somethingstruck somethingstruck thing thingstruek
struck me a terrMe bh blow w on the head headMy headMy headMy
My first thought was that a limb of oftree ortree a atree
tree had fallen on me or that I hadbumped had hadbumped badbucaped
bumped my head against something methlnl methlnlHe
He jumped on me almost alDlO before fore I Ifell Itell Ifell
fell to the ground lOUnd At first I tried to tohold tf tfhold tohold
hold onto my purse pur but then I told him himto himto himto
to take it and not to kill me He was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the most fiendishlooking creature I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have ever seenThe seen seenThe JIefJnThe
The police learned that two negro negrowere necros necroswere s swere
were seen talking in the alley all a few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes before the assault oIt occurred occurredand occunedand occurredand
and they are confident that Mrs Lewis Lewisassailant LewisIlssallant Lewisassailant
assailant had an accomplice The police po police police ¬
lice say say 5 1 the be attack was one of the theboldest theboldest theboldest
boldest robberies of this kind ever at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted in the city
Mrs Lewis described d rlbed her assailant as asa asa asa
a very darkskinned dark lrJnned colored man about abouttwentyfive abouttwentyfive abouttwentyfive
twentyfive years years old He was about aboutaverage aboutaerage aboutaverage
average height and heavy set He wore worerough worerough worerough
rough dark clothes and a black derby
hat pulled down over his eyes eyesA eJllllA e eA
A week ago last night Mfas EdnaSheckels Edna EdnaSheckels EdnaSheckels
Sheckels of 1300 I31 Tenth street northwest northwestwas northwestwas Unrest Unrestwas
was robbed of a pocketbook In a similar similarmanner similarW similarmanner
manner while walking through the Mall MallCHARGES MailWOMAN
JACKSON Miss I Oct O B Crit Crittenctoo Crlttend Crittendoq
tenctoo tend rated a as a mflltonatre and prln prlncipal prlnclPll pNncipal
cipal owner WBet of the Sunnyside plantation plantationat
at Lake Village Ark one of f the thelarge thelargest
largest large t in this tld section was arraigned arraignedbefore arraigntdbefore arraignedbefore
before a United States commissioner on ona onII ona
a II charge of peonage today and bound boundovr boundover
over for preliminary prep examination The Theplantation Th ThplantaUon Trioplantation
plantation employs a force of 1000 men menTbe moThe
The evidence on whichthe arrest wa wamade was wasmde wasmade
made was gathered thflled by Mrs rs Mary Grad GricQ GradQeeeklnbos > >
QtNttkenfeos Q a New York woman law lawyer lawy lawyef
yer y who has been aiding in the Inquiry InquiryT
as a gped pecL i assistant in the Unite UnltblStat Unit e3 e3States
States Stat Department talent of Justie Justice TU8 ef appointed appointedat
at the request of the Italian embassy embassyHonay embassyMonDY embassyMonsp
Honay in Sand nd te t Lean Leanon Leanon Leanon
on real estate by Wm H Saunders Co CoAdv CaAdV Coadv
adv Adv

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