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Struggle Taken to State Su1fene Su Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court by b uDa uDakota DaT DaTkota Dakota
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Fire to Peace F CACe Artad ArottildRlfseei1 ArtadRaseeM Arottad ArottadRltSgeli
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1KB 1 a romantic IOIMa C tale of a fight fightL Sgfetlor t tfor
L L for ma Eu BsjgHsfc iIIIl peerage two twoBie twoJune twomen
Mel Melroea Melroe Melroes
Bie men have appeared in
roes roe Mas a suburb of Boston each esxAdeci eachdeelaria eachaectartag
deci deelaria ria that he fe Daniel Blake B BJakel BJakelRu88ell ke keRoeeeil 1 1Ruseehl
Roeeeil the log lout son of Baalei BaaleiRose DudeIRuseeli DaalelRUuell
Rose Ruseeli il and thus heir to aa estate eatwtegreater eMategreeier estategreater
greater than sag asany 7 an Kn EacU itee earl earldom earldom earldom ¬
domBock dom
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enough e artNeae evU Mse to juaOtr ooosMer ooasideratioat ooosMeratk COIItIWeratioR
atioR atk > B oo oCUc ot W data to be tilt miesiagDaniel anaviaf anaviafBaniel aiaDaIIIel
Baniel Blake RnsseU eatttked to5GI toOar to todVVy
5GI dVVy W WOwe
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breaded ia the eowrte ooaen irs as an tmpoetor tmpoetorlouc tpoMori
i denounced 1fT tIN bro of the theItrhg
louc < miring pelf but te aoeeptotl tor 1tyn byu toritaay
n itaay aay people la Melrose as the thehe tilehesMJL asaa asaahe
he hesMJL hesMJLONE says be isONE is isONE
TIM other resno D DIm bas be beeaacaytisd
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accnytod atc iJ11 by tile famfly M tile ta real realDssdei realDaaIeI realDaadel
Dssdei Blake Jtesseil but not so accepted ac accepted aetile ¬
cepted by sr tile psoBle of Meliose JIeIroeeeraHy ge geeraHy ea eaerally
1 eraHy eraHyTIda eraHyTfcfa
This Is BOW the sttmdon of tiM tiMRa89eH tIaeR theRussell
Russell R case which is rapidly gain gaining ptaI gaiains ¬
ins jn iatoraatfoMSi bIter 1 renown ana anaIMS and prom WOlDi promisea >
IMS i to be tile th greatest bmttfe ire thetK the thenf I ITl
Tl t nf m its MsjitHj II 7 deal hap hapFXnr baEe1rec I
e1rec u t III 11 irt irtFor a t1f tlRs tlRsFor
For six months u toe case has ti afoup deaafought bee beefought
fought oat in Ute little probate coart coartin COIIrtin casrtIn
in But Cambridse ea Mass bat that thatis tnaiis
is only th tile nreUoriaarj ptesihdaary sUmdsa sUmdsaIt h hIt
It bas aas liar ow been appealed to toSUpreBIe the tbesupreaoe thesupreee
supreaoe court of tbe State StateDalnju StateDaa StateDakota
Dakota Dan with noney for forlawyers fwlawyers fstlawyora
lawyers fees with a waif of able at attortteys atton1e7S attorneys
tortteys with the sympathv of laaay laaayof yof maayof
of the towaspeople L is remaining ri on onhe ODhe onhe
he ground determined cIete to fight to the theend tbeend theend
end while Fresno Dan is Iswltll living livingwith Ifvingwith
with tbe man whom be and the court conrtsay courtsay
say is his brother brotherDaniel brotberDaaIe1
1 Daniel Russell the founder of the theRussell theRneeeli I
Russell fortune died three years ago agoleaving agoIe agoleaving
leaving Ie UOM000 to his elder son sonWilliam sonWilliam t
William c Russell with the stipula atiMllatiOD atipulation stipulation ¬
tion that if the younger son Dan Danwho Danwho I Iwho
who ran away years ago ever came cameback camebaek cameback
back be should be given lven half of every everything eftIY1 eftIY1thl3g everythilrg ¬
thing 1
t A2 EL bad a Jissarupmptit with bis bisfather lisfatIMr Islaanther
father nt UK and l left < t come eresult as a aresult aresult
result of the quarrel Upon tbe death deathof cJeathof deathof
of the lather m January three years yearsdering yearsage I IC
C cl was rexlvei tr the WaDI wan wanderhag
dering son In April a year ago tbere therecame tbereprodigal I
caaae out of Dakota a story that the theWodIGal I
prodigal son had appeared He went to toJaeteose toMdrose
Jaeteose mad ad Willlsm C C Rosseil the theelder theelder theelder I
elder brotner refused rd to recognise ban banHe hbDHe himHe
He then instituted suit to secure half halfof halfof
of the gartnn of the far farthe family Beforethe BefOre BefOrethe 1
the trial was over there thereother appeared app ared an another aD aDotMr
other mesa from California who claimed claimedto
to be the manhs g Daniel DanielThe DaDieLTIle niell niellThe 1
The flret had been called Dakota DaItomTbe DakotaDan DakotaDan
Dan DanThe DanThe
The second was called Fresno Dan Danafter DaD1 DaD1tt l lafter
after the town irom which he hailed hailedThe bailedThe hailedThe
The most mo remarkable thins about this thiscelebrated thisceIetInted thisease
celebrated ease is that each one of thema the themen themeR
men ei oUtming Mang to be the missing heirhas heir heirhas h ir irhas
has a strong following among those thosewho thosewbo thosewokueu
wokueu who knew young Daniel Blake Russell Russelle
before releft be left the parental roof Each Eachone Eachone Eachone
one e has i recognized eco lzed offhand servants and andthat
friends that the missing young man bad hadContuuMd badJJI badIn
JJI adroee and each one has been aWe aWeccth abbeCantlnaed
ContuuMd on JCIIIth ghtft Page PageWEATHER PapWEATHER PageWEATHER
The storm that was over southern A uMichigan aa
Michigan Saturday morning has haseared bile1Iat hasht
eared but several a 1 secondary a alLlI Iy 4 4ness distarb distarbathas arb arbu
to the
u ness have appeared to the eastward eastwardand ea8tWU ea8tWUand eawarand
and southward dI and as a result t tha snows snowshave snowsbane
have ha continued in the upper lake laketbe region regionthe rcIoathe
the upper Mississippi Dpi and tower lower lowersour r rsoIJI Mis Missouri ¬
souri sour valleys ya aDd have extended extende9 fate tatothe fatethe 0 0t
the t MoObio Ohio valley valleycrs There Wt wrre she 11Io 11Ioers afborr afborrors
ers ever evereast 1M remainder of the countryeast co abTea
east ef the Mississippi II river riverFOiRVCAST riverFOR
Unaided U and cooler uarather WIeUMr3M tonight tonightS tonightsad
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Both Ba rivers muddy this thi morning moraingPerlin morningPalings mondllgPaUngsDreaec1Any
Palings PaUngsDreaec1Any Perlin Dressed DreuedAny Any Pattern Patte PatterazPer 2 a Per 100 100FrrJc 100Fnu looFrsk
FrrJc Libbey 5 Co Stb A X T Ave AveAdv AveMT AveAttr
Getty Chief Representative Representativeof
of Family After WhichTown Which WhichTown WhichTovnVas
Town TovnVas Was Named NamedSEHKS NamedSELlNt5 Named3RLnati
SEHKS GnOVE G tova YI Pa April 3t 3tGeorge 10e0rIIe at ataeorge
George Gets a promtneat I IIICJII Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaagriculturist Pennayi data dataaaiicuiturha
agriculturist IICJII IW and horse dealer former formerof
17 re Idiag Sa thIII city ad at tile time timeOf timeof
of his death today a resident t of ofBloomsbnrg oCBooID ofBlaomabarL
Bloomsbnrg Pa had the unique andperhaps and andperhaps aadH
perhaps uaptooedented H tllletee distinction ofhaving of ofbavins ofriD
having riD been tb the father of twentyeight tweatyelchtcbIIdr twentyfightcblldrea twentyeightchildren
cbIIdr children fortythree grandchildren craacIdd andtwentyel and andtwentyeight aa4tweatJelglat
twentyeight twentyel kt greatgrandchildren peat a to total to total totat ¬
tal of ninetynine descendants all NT llve NTing 1IYThe
a ing 6 The Th Thsev e decreased would have been beenseventyftvu beeneveatyavn
seventyftvu sev lvv years old todayMr today todayMr to y yKr
Mr Getty was one of the chief repre representatives representatives raproseentatives ¬
sentatives of the family name after afterwhich afterwhich afterwhich
which Gettysburg was named namedIN110F1TEL DallIedTHREE namedTHREE
Porter Is Hero of Cincinnati CincinnatiBkze CincinnatiBlaze CincinnatiBlaze
Blaze Sharing Honors HonorsWith HonorsVith HonorsWith
With Actor SothernCI3gCINNATI Sothern SotherndWCTjeCATI Sot ern ernCINCDlNATI
dWCTjeCATI Ohio April LThree LThreebediea Three Threebodies TIINebedIM
bodies wore recovered today front th thdestroyed tM tMran therate
ran of tIN Thomas Hood which wtakbyed was wasdestroyed
destroyed yed by ftre late last night and andearly aIIdeat andearly
eat early this morning amid scenes of wild wildexcitement wtI4exdtemeDt wildexcitement
excitement including tael a passe h in the ad adjofaahur adoiDIIw adolaia
jofaahur > olaia I lJrie Lyr yric C Theater watch was quieted quiet quietH QUIetI
ftt by the clarnessaad courage or S SIli E EH EThe
H H Sothern SothernATTORNS SoteeraTire
The deadATTORNEY dead deadATTORNBoY
ON brother of Dr Otis I 1 L Caerefennel Cameron Cameronformer a atenner
former coroner tOIeIMrH Taken to Jsmiaua nesltwH j jH
H K LAWBFaC L LJWRF WRRNCE NcL stiBLiiaaer l I Ta Taim T TWII Tarilea
im to die dieJACOB mutauo motanJACOB mutauoJACOB
JACOB HKFTT IitICiR lilt tr au erect unmliarn i ue of ofthe eldie ofthe
the Thomas Hctei HceeiA HcteiA JIctIeLA
A W OrUOtn a of Us l4cbestii eh t ester 1W K Yja YjatraveHng Y Ynaenar a atravd
traveHng travd r man was overeosao iV eoe 4Ia1 4Ia1room we bjr smoke ssAofcem
m his hi room oa m the fourth COOK but at after atts atter
ter a tbr tine < e the Ireccea na yarned lrm ann ta aserina a aseiiou attta
seiiou Condition Conditionaeveral ttta ttta8ennI
Several TuciKs ate stm JItDIthe mnvjnnc and andthe an anthe da1ir d
the police are aret mminmng L the seajrch aMintkehpdr seajrchthrough
t thrs through the th tha ehpdr e sidna One ostc aet is in tile tbenot
r Ii 1 J iI
a ea rIs proMb er0 r4ut Uat tt ttreJIt did didnet
not rem result It in a horrible holocaust turh tFV < ta 18to 14 14to ane aneto
to a negro porter porterPatters porUP poet poetPatters
Patters P Bexeic Act ActThta ActIbIII AddThis
Thta porter Earl Banks worked his htaway IaJIIway hisway
way along the smokeailed hallways hallwa of ofthe ortJae ofthe
the ftveavwy Aveaa yty big hotel aDd succeeded cell in inarousing Inaroattog I IPftQ
arousing every guest ThoM who lost tostthen losttheir
then lives were evidently awakened aw J by bynan bY11Im bybb
11Im bb nan but failed to get through the tileweA smoke smokeand meekand
and were weATbe suffocated pahocatedThe suffocatedThe
The Thomas Tho > ipas Hotel ta ta Walnut street streetSomewhere street9omewbm
Somewhere 9 wMFe on the first floor the fire Irestarted firestarted
started out n oclock oclecJLC1Iti Thrnuau Tkrilil rg roecues rca rcacne I
cues from fra the hotel were effected by bymoan bybears J Jof
moan of ladders For more than two twohour twoItOG twohoarx
hour the dames were fought AS soon soonas soonas I Ias
as the ruins cooled search was begun begunand begunand t
and the bodies of Cameron and Law Lawrettce LawreIICe Lawrence
rettce full clOthed clot soon were found foundThe fouadTbe foundThe
The panic at tbe Lyric wJulia Theater at atwhich atwI1icIa atlane atMar
which E E > H Sothern and Julia Mar Marlowe Marlowe Marlae ¬
lowe were playing resulted tecl in many manypersons JDaliypenIOIIS manyper
per perminor persons son sonLIn LIn in the dente audience st sustsmtng sustsmtngminor Si fwt fwtmIDor trs trsjarkl
minor minorson to iDjaries Juries Mrs T Grayden yden ydendaughter a adaughter adauclatel
daughter of Lawrence Maxwell Maxwell well wellknown weI1kilo
known kilo m Washington W sgton D C GIn swooned nrooecIIIa i iof
IIa her eat aDd was carried to the rer rerof
of the stage e and finally rocoredSt restored restoredSethera
Sethera St a Cass Crew CrewOrder CrowdOrder
Order final finalSothern was restored when S E BSothera H
Sothern advanced to the front of tIM tbestage tIM5tace thestage
stage and begged for attention Seth Sothern SotJaera Sethera ¬
era and Virginia Bamed had a similar similarexperfenra
experfenra at the Grand Opera House Househere househere
here ia 2ML 2MLMrs JIOLKn
Mrs J Frank Smith St of f Roncevert Roacev
W Va V a guest of the hotel el was saved savedby see seeby Q ved
by the presence pr of mind of h hNita her friend friendMrs f11eDdKnio
Mrs Z Z E BJaokwelder BIackw of Clifton CliftonFalls ClIttoRFall AlendFalls
Falls Va V who roomed with her h er Clyde ClydeSmith ClydeSmith
Smith ar axed sd 17 her son and his friendH friend friendHoward I
Howard H ward Wyant of Hinton W Va Vawere Vawere i iere
were ere missing last night but were ere fooaeli fooaelito found foundto f i ito
to be safe fe this morning morningMrs morJ morn mornMrs DC DCIrs
Mrs Alpheus om si Fay Fa of Louisville Ky Kyreported Kyrted Kyreported
reported rted missing m missingsi at midnight is now nowreported nowret nowreported
reported ret rted by her lIOn to be safe safeMary f
Mary M Ma ryJenkins Jenkins enkins Spider GirlProba Girl GirlProbally GirlProba11y
Probally Proba lY From FloridaAsphyxiated Florida FloridaAsphyxiated FI ida idaAsphyxiated
Asphyxiated AsphyxiatedMary
Mary Marypy py Jenkins tile Spider Girt ofthe of ofthe ctile
the DIp BIg Otto Show whiefc arrived ta taWashington IaW beeWasklagtoa
Washington W last night was found tonedread founddead fe1la4tIt
dead this tIt morning ta a room at 79 l H Kstreet Hstreet HIItJeet
street northwest She Sb too took the room roowearly roomearly rOOMrJy
early rJy last night nightNoticing A nightNoticing t tNotIcI
Noticing NotIcI the smell o eC gas the tbepn tbepnprieter proprietor pro proprietor ¬
prietor made a tour of Ole house He Hefound H HC01l8d Hafound
found it was from the Jenkins girls girlsroom gh1 gh1ftOID girlsroom
room that the odor came Breaking Breakingopen B Be wakingi akbaw akbawlopea
lopea i open the door be found fou the girt lying lyingdead
luead dead to bed bedgave M4I bedA
I A piece Of paper found DT her side sidepy sidegave
gave gave her identity and informed those thosewho thoeewho thosewho
who found d her the name of a brother brotherJenkins brotherliving WotherU
U living In raOlWa was S S 4 Jenkins Jenkinstne d11aOa
Oa aD piece 01 paper were found touade foundthe
the words in the same unformed hand handIn haDdIe handIn
In anything happens ppens to me meTime me meTIIere meThere
Time was as nothing noth else not a sign c ca or ora ora
a scrap teat could farther identify i herBig her herBig herBig
Big Otto the head of the show aid s1Jtoday aidtoday
today the girl had Joined the show sc scmonths same IJOmtmouth
months ago in Florida She bad worked workedta workedeapaddM
ta various capadrkw around id the big hit big31te bigtent
tent t rt
tentShe She thought th > usht the show life was greatsala great greatsaid cr crsai
said sai Ottc But it aini Anyhow we wewill wewilt
will send her body back to her people peopleFence peoplFeDCe peopleFence
Fence Rails Dressed 25 Cents ApieceFrsnlt Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFran1
Frank Iibbey ibbeY A Co 6th L N Y Ave AveAdv AveAdv e eAdY
Adv Adv
Invalid Senator Shows + Io IoIll o oIII
111 + Effects After Trip TripFrom TripFrom TripFromDaytona
From FromDaytona FromDaytonaLTNCIIBURG Daytona DaytonaJUTNCHBURG DaytonaLYNCHBURG
JUTNCHBURG LYNCHBURG Val Va AprM S4SoimU 3iSeaway3alw 5Ii1AFwr1iIua > r rJeaaTwrDojiiel
1iIua JeaaTwrDojiiel W w Daunt was w brought Itrout br ght t ham ta tamorning tI IfroM trainm
m morning raing from Daytona Fie where wltwewaau1ekea be bewas bewas
was waau1ekea stricken with paralysis i two t tHe months mentheado monthsago
ago He stood the trip excellently iris iriscondition hte htecondition JdCODdIdoft
condition being as good upon arrival arrtvalIt ac acIt aanit
It was when he left DaytonaThe Daytona DaytonaThe Dq tcma tcmaTIle
The trip was In tile private ear of ofPresident etPrelddeDt ofPretdemt
President Prater Ft 1e of the Southern railway rail railway raIIwaT ¬
way the stat statesman lITn betas accompanied accompaniedby
by his wife and daughter and others othersHe
He was taken immediately to the Lynch Lyncbburg Lynchburg
burg sanitarium ItrJam He was interested Wd ta tawhat tawhat Lwhat
what was goth on but did not sneak sneakuntil speakuntil
until he was being carried into thehos thehospitaL the thet thePASTORS Do DopItal f
pItalPASTORS pitaL pitaLAntiTuberculosis
AntiTuberculosis nti Tuberculosis Day Is IsObserved isObserved IsObserved
Observed in Pulpits of ofCapital ofCapital ofCapital
Capital CapitalWashington Capitalw CapitalWasRington
Washington w pastors JNUJtoISwttIa jomed forces to toetty today
day with church workers lit lit4Il every are aredty
etty Of the dell In making ktag a plea for foraWes tortile foraLso
aWes m the movement to stamp oat oattoo oatUN outlbo
too great t white plague plagueThe piqueTIle plagueThe
The mrasnal event of oror congregation congregationof
of every denomination tlo tlosrt uniting ha one onegreat onegreat
great social campaign CIII was brought KaI brosgttabout broughtabout
about through thro the efforts of tIM Na National xUaaaI Xaati ¬
ti tional vial Association tJoa lor the Study StudyOII and amiPrevention andPrevondon
Prevention OII of Tuberculosis TuberculosisThe Tuberca Tubercalbe TuberetlodeThe
The subject jeet was mentioned in the thedarty tIMex theexam
ex exam fJC Ute services rvlees th1 tJdi morning III IIIdUIy anearly
nearly every Washington church clnInby and amiOM andiy
y iy Ip8ICIaJ sp 1 sermons were devoted 6notedtM is isthe
OM antituberculoeis IUItStaII nght lghtvea nghtXven JIgIat3fta
Xven vea greater stress was laid 1aIIISUllda7 laidTuberculosis yea yeaTabeTruIoshr
Tuberculosis Sunday in the Episcopal Kptexopalment E ECh1Uda Episcopalamrcb
Ch1Uda because of the theIIIImt strong endes endesmst
ment given the movement by It Button ButtonHarding pII3nIIDIr bep bepHnadlog
Harding who m a recent let letFpinnopal letter to the 1118f theEpinoopai
Fpinnopal f Q clergy said aaJcIaIIla It It to toduty oar botnrt botnrta
a duty to do all aIIla hi our sewer fo foa toaa B Bdengymen
aa a p seveatiasn u nd alai dIIiJ ariwld ariwlda
J f f
7 7tide
a saeuit of tide leper maiw4fis maiw4fisdauQmn
dengymen preached preacIaedlie atirineiis on onthought asthe
the lie RIItteeL A aUlldMr OC IIIMIIten who wtaotIoadat whothought
thought they had not the theits technical technicalka0erlede eIt eIte
ka0erlede e l e the subject noceomry tel to totte
1 1be
its presentation requested ed that speakers speakersbe
be sent to then churches As a muttlaymen result resultlaymen
laymen some of them members of the themedical ue0CCIQIIIed themedical t
medical procession occupied pulpits in inWasMnxton illa ina
a number elf tM euaar chwahes ch to toWAto
WasMnxton Association provided providedswrlbuted
IItsature for the occaIIIOn and this was
distributed tc4 freely Thousands Ttn of cir circulars earenlara ¬
culars were given out all containing een fr lists listseatment
u the local free d dispensaries and CUD
Ja for u treatment eatment of orCknI coasumptrve coasumptrveCkcwars eel eelCitci
Ckcwars Citci cars rs Hepefal HepefalCox RpefltlThe
TIle tone of these drcalan was hope
f1II rather than d
designed to caM 1ID 1IDaJann un
due alarm 011 a folder 4aued Ja the
local tCJIIIIIIIIt tlOllt the theat hes4qwreera hes4qwreeraat
at E H street BOrth sorthwest Etta 1 111
bIad tace lcUera lcUeraCSUJnPUon kueraCertsumption
CSUJnPUon Cox sumption is chiefly caused h hp IK IKE1 the
dithy habit ot spitting usually cand It
recognized iD time E1 weald be preremtbd P PNU ned nedvB 1
If ewKy ftT eoeeaumpthlC
vB destroyed his hisAt
At Le h Church of tb the Epiphany the
Rev Dr Randolph MrfOnTuriSd MrfOnTuriSdthe McKha Kina ur urged JDeIII
I to cIo all In their POwer w support
the campaign and dwelt upon th thgers tile daB
ge gers of the disease At St Patrick7 Patrick7Church Patrick a
Church the Revhis Rev Father CarrnTa eannu a
ss tetant pastor or in his sermon touched
upon f the ag t At the Memorial Church
of the United Brethren of Christ the
Rev C E Fultz devoted a large put
of his sermon to an exposition of the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of the association dMH ina i told
briefly of o the measures tndo in iDdonea rseby reed by that
organteation for stamping 8tm out the tiwThose
pIa eT
Those Who Observed Day DayThe DayThe DapThe
The Rev Dr Wallace Radcliffe Ra RadcIJ eU < e at the theNew Utefew theNew
New York Avenue Presbyterian Pre Tterin Church Churchmade Cburdamade Churchmade
made a plea for the cause fat his hisFIREMAN prayer prayerHI prayerFIREMAN
I nLLO J 5 STORIES ulUniLi1 ulUniLi1Either STORIESEither
Either Jumps to Death or Is IsKnocked IsKnocked IsKnocked
Knocked From FireEscape FireEscapeby
b by Stream of Water WaterXEW WaterEW WaterNEW
NEW YORK April 1LF M Fireman John Johnthe Jubar awas
r char was leading J COtdee cod radon front fromthe fronttIIIe
the fourth to the flf Slash th floor ef eCJIIc a buNri buNriing balldng
ing at 79 Duane street early tiT today when whenthe wIaeathe whoathe
the biasing stairs gave way WB WBthenL beneath beneaththem beneaththem
them The other were w e tumbled in IIIheap inheap a ahelp
heap at the foot of the stairway but butFecher batFecher butFeuer
Fecher leaped forward and gained the thefloor UteIIoor theloot
floor above aboveThe aboYeThe aboveThe
The place ce was a furnace f Unable U to toget toget to6a
get out by the s stabway Fecber rushed rushedI
I to a rear window forced open the iron troD1IInItt henabutters
i shutters 1IInItt and Jumped out on the are areescape Are Areacape re reescape
escape with his h clothing afire aareAs aAre aAreAs afireAs
As be burst burst through the window 1 theIrea the thefiremen theof
firemen of Company 12 turned a high highpressure b bII highpr
promrestream pressure II e stream at st the opening Fecber Focherfrom Fecbereither Fecherwu
pr either was espromrestream knocked from the fireescape fireescapeor ftre l lCaP4t lCaP4tor
or else he jumped He feB five stories storiesto
to tbe pavement pavementHe pavementHe
He was rushed to St Gregorys Hos Hospttal Hopttal Hospttal
pttal where wbc e he died within wit ln an hour hourMILLIONAIRE hcHIrMILLIONAIRE hoerMILLIONAIRE
OLIN MOLDTE HI April 31 MWoni ° Word comes comesfrom comesfrom comesfrom
from Bombay India of the death thereof there thereof e eJobn
of John W Good eod millionaire afol1nmaaatatbret 3 3i YoUIIe YoUIIe1Ifaer
i manufacturer 1Ifaer He was touring the thewith thewith st st1IW
with Me family familyPosts faMIlyPMtsDresaed familyPoets
Posts PMtsDresaed Dressed 35 35 Cents APiece APieceFrank Apiece ApieceFrank APleceFrank
Frank Lfbbey 8 Z Co 6th e N 3u Ave AveAdv A e eAdY
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Miss Houlihan Fails to Sub Substantiate Substantiate Substantiate ¬
stantiate Charges Against Againstthe Againstthe
the Accused AccusedWOMEN AccusedWO AccusedWOMEN
Asnaziftg Ana i g Accusations Against theDefendants the tbeDefendants theDef
Def Defendants < nts Mcks Mi k This Th is Oi One e of ofGreatest ofGreatest ofGfedteet
Greatest of Mysteries MystieiALS MysteriesKAHSA5 MysterieXJlftit
KAHSA5 > CITY Ms April SIIa J4 1 Ute tbeWe UteDr thelr
We lr o f Dr Beanett t CtarJc c Hyde H Ute tbeas Utex theldsnws
x CIty AAIr physician whe is aaweeed aaweeedof ed
06 a aorta oC ertIIIa so morning as a to toalmost toa toalto
a almost challenge belief and who to now nowoa 1IOWtrial nowon
oa trial ta the criminal court of Jack Jackson Jacksue k kfer ¬
son county for the murder DIU of CoL CoLhas CoLTIIoIDaIJ CotThem
TIIoIDaIJ Them g H Swaps his DaMIIIIi has al alia alWQS always ¬
ways be a alit woman womanIn
ia the present t trial the same state stateeat MteJDeDt atatemst
mst eat holds good with the exception exceptionuaat nceptlonWlt
nat instead t of there betas one wo woman wotbeI1t woman ¬
man there are arent several The riddling of oftestimony ofa
< a testimony 7 of one of theM women womenyBsimlsy 1MUI womety
y yBsimlsy Miggesr MUI MUIa tama straaae tea features teati ¬
tures ti s hitherto not BOty sueneeted sueneetedTestimony napecZeiTestimony
Testimony y In this trial which from fromsettees fronItile fromthe
tile HIT nature ef tile tilete aeruettlomt k kdestIed
settees ta take a place pIacem m the fore forerank fontJSDJIt forerank
rank of the wand great criminal mys mysof mysteriea mystole
teriea tole has 1 poured Into IatofJC tae ears earsof
of the jury for exactly eaten one week week AM AMof JIOf Anof
of tbe Important points that are aJet ltd ltdp
p t the young pbyatolana Tertt
ante net has ismiMhiiil T htm bIID4Ia bIID4IaoN have boon boontoM beentold
toM by women And more woman are areto aretaJIe aretin
to take then plates on the wttnom wttnomcan Ispsd I IWIIat
spsd spsdWhat t teaa
What het t tAl thmr vQ m bring oat outam
can only be conjectured ee Jedae a The proacen proaecnlioa proacennumber JlCDle eo I
dea to relying n the testimony eC a aof aamber
number of woman includlMs the goodlooking good po4JoeIittIIIf goodlooking
looking defendants del mdasts era mot1eeerlb sno IDOdMr hcrb > law 4awi laww w wrs
i w ia wifes nits and upon the bad badmny do doy esttmony
mony y of three noted toxieoiogtete Jcie fora for fora for fora
a relict that sbaB declare B Clark ClarkHyde ClllrkpIJt7 ClarkHyde
Hyde guilty of having YIDS sent c CoL CoLTtinispB CeLSwope OL OLTIa
TtinispB TIa Bwope to Ida death by the tMflOG a adeadly M Mt
ntr t flOG Ion of cyanide or pot I I1oIowJa s sawe
awe deadly drug knows > the theenrty tiletI7iIIIIt tiest
> t mikige
tI7iIIIIt enrty tie nwt fckeF fckeFthe 1
7 Mine Ier1 Ier1the rl
r 7 jJ jJtINI
the hefgfafc eetglr auarIndepwidencc spur Inepesdeee hJen Mo t tominister to toaitnhrtur i
minister to t tyS ie oMU o1 mfittonaire II IIcIS4 tttUe 0Wedid tttUedid
did he think that ba would ever be becaBed Mcalled beefed l
called upon to listen flat to aura JI1ItntJda a story asthis as asthai
thai nurse told ou the witness stand last lastAnd lastweek
weekAnd week weekAJa4 f
And when wileDw two o months kt nrtor r Mnv Mnvwas JIll JIllA iliaAnna
A Anna Boulshan Boa anther trained nurse nursewas
was taken so the Swope wt home on DrHydes Dr DrHydes DrHyde 1
Hydes orders ont little AM he think that thatthis tMtthW thatthi
thi this woman would be the os OMJ who would woulddirectly woulddirectly I
directly upon the witness stand 8ta charge chargehim cbaqeaim chargehim
him with murder However upon cross CIvexamiDatJon troveexamination crossexamination
examination Miss Houlehan HoaIebaabadly testhnony testhnonywas
was badly riddled The defense e showed 1Ibowe4that chewedthat i ithat
that she had no direct knowledge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the matter to which she had testiaed testiaedThe teBdthidTIw teadIedThe
The testimony of these two trained trainednurses tniIIe4D1InIN trainednurses
nurses both of whom make no effort to toconceal toCODeeaI toconeei
conceal the hatred which eh t they bear to toward to toward toward ¬
ward the doctor has laid the foundation foundationof
of the States case against Dr Hyde1be Hyde HydeThe HydeTbe
The testimony of other nu nurses employed employedof eaapOy eaapOyat employed employedat I
at the Swope IaoIDe homed d tbe epidemic epIdeIaIeOf epidemicof
of typhoid t boid which Dr Hyde is accused aocuoodof
of having Introduced Into the house In Inthe t the Iathe
the hope of exterminating the whole wholefamily wIaoIeIs wholeexpected I
family flyof to expected to back up the stories storiesof
of these two womenAexmtios women womeoAccusations WOIaeA
Accusations A Against Doctor Doctorof
As the ea ens stands at the begs begtmdagor
of the third week of the tbetna > trtel and the thesecond uMCODd thesecond
second week in the taJdIt8c taking of testimony testimonyDr Y YDr
Dr B Clark Hyde stands formally accused ac accused ac acC1IMCI ¬
cused by the w testimony of these two twoI tworaIDecI twotrained
I trained nurses of these theMGtvlD deedsOhtg deeds deedsGiving
Giving or having ba caused to be gtvea gtveato IYeato es esto
to the eightyoneyearold millionaire amysterious a amysterious amysterious
mysterious capsule ule which within t twen twenty tweRt7 s so ¬
ty minutes minut a caused tile colonel colonelwhisk to o be beseised
seised minutwith ed with witha a convulsion craw crawhe from which whichhe wilieiabe I
he died a few hours later laterHaving laterHaving I IHaviB
Having < given with his own heads baaoeto hDd8r hDd8rto headsto
to Chrisman Swope the twentyone twentyoneyearold twent7ooeZearokt twentyoneyearold
yearold nephew of CoL Thomas H HSwope lL lLSWope HSwop
Swope two capsules both of which whichwere wbichwere whichwere
were followed within twenty t ty minutes minutesby mlDutaby minutesby
by convulsions loD which caused bill death deathwithin deatkj den denwithin
within a few hours hoursHaving hounBavlop hoursHaying
Having caused ed to be glen glenMargaret given toMbjs toMbjsMargaret to toXarpret
Margaret Swope woPe sister of Chrisman ChrismanSwope aIaASope ClwismaaSy
Sy Swope ope and niece of the colonel a cap capI capsule capsule
I suleT sule which caused Miss Swope to be beseized beseized beseized
seized with CODY listens which i in every everyrespect 6WJr7respect
respect accord aeconUt > ig to the he testiinouy testiinouywassimUar tiJDoBywas
was wassimUar similar to those suffered by Colonel ColonelSwope CoJoIIeSwope C CSwope
Swope and Chrisman Swope MargaretHaving Margaret MargaretSH > arpretSWope
SH SWope SWopeHaving Having givend givendgiven pen givento d to Miss Stella Sw Swdpe Swdpeanother Swdpeah pe peanother
another daughter ah ter < of the house a box boxof 1 oxof loo
of candy t tohave to o have been infected with the xgerms thegerms thegerms
germs of o typhoid Seven days after afterletting aftertIDg aftergetting
getting letting tIDg the candy Stella Swope Swop was wasstricken W1UJatrtcken wasstrlcken
stricken with t typhoid fever She re recovered re recovered reCovered ¬
covered coveredHaving coveredHariDK
Having tl bled Moss Hunton a cousin cousinr eou to
tlhonK honK woad woadsee rot fatlo fotded rot1owUur
of r Thomas H Pwope w Po so profusely
lo 1owUur an a1tk k of of POPkXY Y that Hun Hunton Hunton
ton died This bleedisr b1eecU tof the t tbaI teaheosyy teaheosyyhas
has shown was carried on asalnrt aaab aaabicier ftIt the ttworden theorders
orders of the th theJawoPe fwopefamlly fam family y physician physlchinThts physlclalLThis physicianThis icier
This amazing a list o obrougt of accusations accusationsHrou
Hrou brougt ht t agamst any man n5sad and especially especiallyRTCIark especiallyagstMt Iy Iya
agstMt a ian with tM 8tand standing of DrB Dr DrR
RTCIark R Cbrk lark Hyde te the heinm heinmcommunity community m mhas Inwhtch towhich
which he has lived for maDY yen yenbaS
has cslnsed ca caand the greate t sand utOllt to ultetaacI
and not a little horrorMore horror horrorMere bTOlJ
Mere J OTe Amazing Charges ChargesBtt ChargesBu
Btt the most amaztojT portk p portlons rtlcms > of the tbetestimony thete thetestImouY
testimony accordine to the 9taten atatemeats atatemeatsof eIII8Rts eIII8Rtsof eats eatsof
of th the pr > < > euting g officers is yet to tocome toTh tocomic
come The Th facts which the State claims claimsout clabosIt
It wr a ho able to J may be Drought Droughtout broughtout
out this week they may be deferred un aUt until UDtit ¬
tit next weekThe week weekThe weekThe
The State win atfcenpt attee wt to prove tbese tbeseallegations eMTbe the theallegation
allegations These capsules given glvCltetbe glvCltetbettenu to the thepatients thepatients
patients ttenu m m the Swope family contained eontaIftecvanMe eoatiaedcyanide containedcyanide
cyanide of poUwsram poUwsramI 1OtMShmLThat potaslumThat
I That Hyde bought t large auaPttttae Quart ties tiesthis t tthis C Cdenied
this dread1y drtlllaDd this fact is DOt notdented DOtdeDJed
denied by the defanaaat JefondantThat defanaaatThat del t tThat
That cultures of Typhoid i and diph diphtheria 81 81thft13 dipphtheria ¬
theria were tatro In introduced luc d into the thehome Sv Svhome Swo8e Swo8ebonIe <
home by Dr Hyde Hyd Dcl and the fact toot tbstphysician tootphyaMhn the thertan last
physician rtan has these cultures is not notnfed note de de deI <
DId by b y th thThat the e man on trial trialThat trialTJat
That to cam for Hfe wife a and than InOoatlMleil In InCoatiauad inContinued
I Continued ed oa Tenth Te th Pa Page PageI Pagepets a ai
i Pests H Rough ngbf 125 s and 30 Gents Cen Apiece ApieceFrank Apieceyraak Apieceyraot
I Frank Mfeser I If Oa t a itfe N Y Ay AyAds ATe ATeI AveAdv e
I Adv
I Girl Bride of Austrian Ii I
rsfiranrlj Mine CafHenne a T Graves Who Eloped to Rote and Was Married HarriedWith MarriedW MarriedWith
With W the Assistance a ce of Pretty Little Slater Si ter
Tells How She S ° a Answered AnsweredQtaesttas AnsweredQ AA wcred wcredtons
Qtaesttas Q tons Required R to 1Ct Obterm Ob Obtain
t tam tamiCJt License Licenseh L sre
4 iCJt iCJtGlIb
h a > tin b UMnKrat far t ± sr t qua am Mfr as asMhv
GlIb peeiwe wlr ka0lata aaytbbi iI + bAa bAaMia
Mia Mhv Hnrrlot raves Ora who wk o want tbow say a4bow saynow
bow old she ta but looks WiI ± a t be beexpt abttosa slttttesrrexplained abttosaexplamed
explained expt to newspaper P men tins mom momvine mornt
t dud the family anted to keep tile theof tileaarrtee I
aarrtee oC bel alder II Miss CatINrIDe CatINrIDeT
T Graves to Rudolf WaEbeeg at Rock Rockrifle
vine YUle mat night awfully wtaIIyIat q qthat < iutac but butthat
that at since the facts were out she pro IN INpo proposed ureposed
posed to set et them straight tltJalPtJIy straightMy
My sister ai er h > nineteen years cJ4DOt eld andnot and andnot
not seventeen and she ta juIItthe Just as pretty prettyas
she is ta declared tile tileYOUDC theyoung
as the papers say Jthe Jtheyoung
young woman who conducted th tIMaacI attahr safahand attahrand
getttns tne arms s Boetrvllle RoCkrUle Bock Bockvllle
and saw to g
vllle For Mr W Wnttnecg bazg Bwss In i Aus AU5tria Aust Austria
t tria sad can n not speak Suaisa very rayfluently TWYa1leDdF veryfluently
fluently fluentlyI
I had to ten tile awrtdsat a fibs atyoa atRckvltyea at atBeekvfloyou
Beekvfloyou yoa sos poW poor au aueoeIda kude 3 nk nkcoektat iikcouldnt
coektat make them understand ann sohad so sox
i x had to do an the imosBreaks feting biDe13ceaka fetingBreaks
Breaks En EngagenMna EPfJ wt to Beta BetaThey
They telephoned 141 lilef to me to come dowat8 down downthe
t8 the WBlard and maybe IwbeIa I wasnt wasdtmad wasntt
mad when I pK tJMn and oa what whatwas
was up 1 had to toto break attstber en engagemest
gagemest to so with them to RDdrVI 8y Rockvilo Rockviloes
y es we W t out in litThat aa automobile automobOeThat automobileThat
That chauffeur charged us HZ and be efOre be
STwTstarted fOre we stated he said aU K would wouldtienioe tienioe cort cortsix coft8IL
six We bed 4 a perfectly > lGIItd rrM rid timelading time timeaadtes tilDeftJIcttDg
lading that clerk and then be newouldnrt newouldnrtbelieve elwouldnt elwouldntWolf wouJdn1 wouJdn1beIe
believe that Rudolf I mean Mr Wu Wuberg Wolf Wulfwu
berg was twentyone years y yI old until untilI
I told him It was aU anHow right rightHow rightHow
How old ta be I dont know 1 Ididnt 1didnt 1dIdat
didnt think tc ask him And AJMI1 J am not notteacher DOta nota
a secretary fa allY bureau 0 iDforma iDformatkm intormadan
dan I m a teacher although no DOwUl one onewill oqe oqewill
will believe It because bemuseha I took so young youngT yOQDPretty <
Pretty T r rt Itt littl Mats Zitsrural Graves shook k her herrural hereurIy
curly curlylittle little hACl ha hdZits aIICIoae one could imagine De Dewby
ands clerk had been beenLoaeserae beeneILlly
wby w a rural license licenseands
we eILlly e 1y e1lJcJied as to RudoIC qe qeLOaeMIM ageLonesome
Lonesome Coming Back BeckWe BackWe BackWe
We didnt di have much trouble getting gettinga ettmgpnaeber
a preacher one De Rev S R White WhiteBaptI a aBaptist aBaptist
Baptist minister married them And Andwe ADdwe Andwe
we came back a lot slower than wewent we wewent wewent
went out Ou Guess ma that was wawhere where that thatO7 thatsir
O7 came m ilL It was awfu awf1lJy ly lonesome leaesomei lonesomefor OIDe OIDefer
i for me meTbe meTIM meThe
TIM couple are now living at theM the theAi theAAJJStoII
M Ai AAJJStoII ngton HoteL HoteLMr HGteLKr HoteLMr
Mr Wulfbens ae aoauatr > lumk shoe wtth wtthMiss wtthJ withMks
Miss Graves date back a ttttie ttttielego IItdetban iess iessthan
than four wr Jaa WIleD tile tileman young w wman
man was a student at St ApeB a aea CeI CeIlese ColL Colhe
lego m fa Baltimore BaltimoreGraves BatbaOrebe
be bride I a Mete of John Temple TempleGraYeL TempleGraves
Graves Her lather D H Qraves Gray n nan 15 15an han >
an employe of the pension office Mrultberg Mr Mrulfberg X1f
f ulfberg is a brother of Mme Marietta MariettaOily MariettaOIly MariettaOUy
Oily the actress actressj aetr aetrThe actressThe
j The happiness of the young pair pairclouded fa faetooded Isclouded
clouded only by the fact that the young youngthen y yman youngman
man haS to go to his bore 1nAu in Atria Atriafor trlafor
for a month 01 80 to arrange his aIrs aIrsUter arrivethere
then before ore returning ret for his bride brideCatherine brideCatbe brideCatherine
Catherine 1ne is going p Ito to DYe with i iuntil us usuDUI usuntil
until her Rudie comes back eaananx eaananxnctle 8QdaIDed 8QdaIDed1kt1e o piindlittle
little briar 4 Harriet ora Graves I 1 dolt doltknow don donabroad doDtkaow
know what they are going to io thenbut then tbeDbut
but I pees JI husband wB1 tIfke heabroad 1ter 1terbro
abroad d with ban banDRAG AimDRAG himDRAG
PHILADELPHIA April 24 4The The po poI po1ic police
1ic lice sad a score offUseu of eltisena are drag dragp dragging
I ging cine p the upper Schuylklll river f fsen for fortile fthe
tile first drowning Ieti victim of the thesen sea seaWilliam
sen It is sixteeny sixteenyearold old Will Willfrnith William Williamnl Willntth
frnith ntth nl of Manayunk Manayunkwho who went out eath t i ihis inis
h his is new boat last night Di ht and has no noVen DOt DOtD nowent
Ven D seen since sinceTne sinceTIle
TIle boat was found today byerching by tfc tfcbrother th4Irch1ag
rch1ag party The father gad 8AIlother gadbrother
brother other of the boy are ir h the thee pa paof JJrrt7or
e of dttowns who have have4l 4l 4lraggd Dragged 1 1r1 the theryer thth ththrYe
r1 rYe ver despite the heavy fall f fBoards of rain rainBeasts
Beasts 13 azds Dressed zoo Per 100 FtAve Ft FtI FtJ
I Lrapk anJc LHey L d Co 6th k N Y Av AvAdv ATe ATeAdv AvAdv
B Body Placed in Grave atElmira at atEteira atElmirn
Elmira NY N Y Beside BesideWife BesideVife BesideWife
Wife and Danghster Danghsteri Daltlg Da Dar ttec
xr t B hat L4JI hatksMJo
r 7t1 4JI tIIIt fbellfSw fbellfSwCrianm 5 5c
c i Mark T lIaIa ZraIm ndn ndnChurch marl ksMJo aK io rest restwere tUIIIa ruleIbis
UIIIa aft atinooe in Wse wn camsts7 camsts7wbee WJ WJIItfaie
wbee IItfaie nerviest 9 were brit tite titeRev t je jeraOroad
Rev BauaYeI Eastman JMIIIDr wereJMIIIDr C Pa PaOtwell Parkchurch
Church and a dose fri island Of the tIteeri8t bane banepia
eri8t Gl GlIbe oAdti oAdtiThe
The body oc the dd 100 his IIt ar ar0YeI arrived
rived over ate LaelEawaImIL raOroad at atat
939 at oclock o The train watch was a aprivate aprivate
private one ODe Included la hided two cars in one oneof oneof
of which was th ebody In the other otherwas etbIra otherwas
was a party including K JC JClir XL Loomis IflomlaMr LoomisMr
Mr andMn and Mrs Robert J Collier 00DIerBIieIaard Mrs MrsRichard MrsRichard
Richard Watson Gilder Mr and Mrs MrsJervte XrLhlVt8 MrsJoevia
Jervte ijuneAon I Major Fred T TaDd Leighand Leigh Leighaad
aDd F A Duaeka DuaekaOut DIaIIekLOut DmadtaOut
Out of respect to the wishes of thedead the thedead thec1ea4
dead writers daughter Mrs Osuiu Gabdbowanch Ga GabrflowMsch Ga1wIIowttJIeb
brflowMsch there was no dimiloy nor os ostentation o ot onIsolation ¬
Isolation t either the the church daunIaTbere or graveservices grave
I services servicesi servicesThere
i There was a big gathering at athome the theIaGIDe thehome
home of Gen Charles J lAagdon b bno broth bnKb11I1 brotherinlaw
11I1 of Mark Twain Wt there was wasao
no display dlsp > isy of curiosity IIIIIDe pW griefbeibaft
beibaft shown 1 by y the crent
Services laipressrpe ItmpacesireNRw laipressrpeXBW IpceaiyeX8W
XBW YORK April at although althoughbrief Althonehbrief oata1wtef
brief and simple the theafter800ft ser1ees yes yeaterda yesterday
terday afternoon for the la lao humor hamortat humorist kuMorI8t
tat were impressive 8I friends of tee fans family fansUy ¬
ily and the general public crowding the theBrick theBrIck theBrick
Brick Presbyterian Church at Fifth Fltt ave avenue a aaDd avenue ¬
nue and Thirtyseventh street where whereDr whereDr whereDr
Dr Henry Hem A A Van T Dyke > yke of Princeton
University delivered the eulogy afterprayer after afterprayer afterpI
prayer pI by by Dr J H Twitchen of Hart Hartford Hartford Hartford ¬
ford ford Conn Mark Twains boyhood hood hoodVan
friend friendI tr1eDdDr
I Dr > r Van Dyke said that the 1 publicrite public publicI 11o
I thinks rite of Mark Twain not as a celebthy celeb celebrity celebrtty ¬
thy but as the man they loved lovedThe JoveclThe lovedThe
The mark of his higher humor said saIclI
I Dr Van Dyke eke is is that it does not
laugh a at the helpless he1pI the weak the thetrue thetrue
1 true the Innocent ocent only at the false the tbepretentious thepretentious
I pretentious the vain Del hypocritical hypocriticalBeyond
Beyond a modest display display there were were1w
few flowers at the bier of the dead hu humorist bumorist hnmoriat ¬
morist this being the wish of the fam famIlly
Illy ily At 23B 2 this morning the body was wassent wps wpst wpssent
sent t to Elmira over the LACkawana rail nulroad ttti1road
road roadi
Gives Notice He Will AttemPy At Attempt AtI ¬
I tempt temPy t Flight From London Londonto
to ManchesterLONDON Manchester ManchesterLONDON ManchesterLONDON
LONDON April Sf lGraham Grabaai White to today to today today ¬
day gave the Daily D y Mall the the requisite requisitetwentytour reqwtetweatyfMIr requisitetwenty
twentytour twenty fear hours notice that he w wttl wttlattempt VwatteMPt l lattempt
attempt again to win the 960S9 prize prizetomorrow prizelW prizetomorrow
tomorrow lW for fo a flight between London Londonand LondonD4 Loudestand
and YanebeateetRhbtes Manchester ManchesterWhites ter terWhttea
Whites effort to complete the die distance ctietaDce dielance ¬
lance ta the twentyfour hour r time tlmelSmlt tlmelSmltwas limit limitwas nraltwas
was spotted yesterday by the extremely extremelycold extremdTeoW extremelycold
cold weather He had but fiftynine fiftyninemiles fiftDtnem M none nonemiles
miles to ay when be was compelled corn pened tled toabandon to toabandon toabandoD
abandon the trip Rain and wted in invented pre prevented pre prevented ¬
vented a start today todayIt
It is thought that White would nave baewon havewon navewon
won the prize yesterday ter y n had it not been beenfor beenfor
for the sodden and unusual weather weatherconditions weathereoDdItJoas weathercondition
conditions which caused hint to alightafter alight alightafter t
after covering 117 n miles of the course courseTbe coursenIe
The flight tomorrow will be under the thesame theIllUDe
same conditions as the former er attempt attemptBut attemptBut attemptBut
But two descents may be made for pe petroL pe
troL troLTbe
TIM offer is open to all heavier than thanair thanair
air machines and Louis Paulhan the tbeFrench theFreDCh theTrench
French aviator is now in London pre preparing preputngto proparlag ¬
paring putngto to try for fO the prize prizedear prizeClear prizeClear
Clear Strips for Fly Screens t Ct a Ft FtFzaalc FtJrmllk FtFrank
Frank Lfwbey d Co 8th IE X Y Are AreAdv ATeAdv AveAds
Fifty Million Mii ion Dollars Is IsEarly IsEarly IsEarly
Early Estimate ofMon ofMonetary of n netary Monetary ¬
etary Loss LossFARM LossFARM LossFARM
Vessel V i With T Fifty PttMBgecs p on onAarM onLI onLlkei
Llkei LI Rt R RMt K trod trodMob
Mob Mobc Mt
c Ehc4oa Ail XoQia XoQiav The era dtaaarm dte dtem
v April biheard is a derma m the thecentral thecesatralurw theceatrnd
central cesatralurw narOrwestera and Mnnsssippi Mnnsssippiloss IIIuIppIthe h0 sdppi sdppivale
vale Stalss hoe glmaedfire the monetary
1 loss to fcunv trait vegetable and grain cropsestimated crops cropsestimated CTOp8I
I estimated at 1SMeitill KAM has wrought wroughthavoc wroughthavoe
I havoe to chipping Mppfa > on the Great Lakehas Aka Ikesering
has eatIM4 death and atatei a5 fering feringamong ering eringamong
i among the unprepared sad has Impeded Impededrail hnpededralbrcad ed edraUttacl
raUttacl rail read traffic trafficTae trafCter
I Tae snow and wind storm which whichstarted WbIeJlBtarted whichstarted
started Thursday night still esminueaand continues continuesand eDIIIdmJeaand
and row varying m depth front two toeigIi to toWisconsin toj
j e1cIa India covers the States fit N NbtwIg1 Ne Nebrlc
btwIg1 brlc hew Iowa lmmsota Vh I t the Dakotag DakotagWisconsin
i Wisconsin Jeco Illinois m aDd Missouri while whiieThe w11iieteDaJt whiletermsatnres
teDaJt termsatnres ue below beesing Thestorm The TheConing Thestor8I
storm is eastward bondComing bond boaadJt
Coning as it did with ni mflnons > Iioms r oacres rRoas 0acrN °
acres fit trait arm in Man and with withprI withspring
spring wheat and vegetables tIJIIOUting yroatingthe
the storm k nothing lass tea elam caImItoa elamitous
Roas In Minnesota North and South Southi SouthD SouthDakota
i Dakota and Wlsconamuch Wisconsin much grain will willhave Willhave willhave
have to be raansdtd raansdtdI re reseededPrait uled uledFndt
I Fnrit FndtTIle Crop Do DoThe Besti yi yiLakes
TIle EtIre ert re fruit erQp eL air Central CeIItraILak CentralLakes
Lakes Lak region extending westward to tot thefooebils the thefbetmHB eof
fbetmHB of the Bocky ntsuntatnu and andStates aDdJIOUtJnnIrcl andsouthward
southward into XeIIt1IckT and Teems TeIauecertaJDJy Teemssee
see Is almost certainly wiped oat for torthe forthe
the mss mssAnd
ADd what Is more ProC Henry J JCox JLbx
Cox weather idnmser for the Ulllted UnitedStates UllltedState
States in Chicago sees no relief from the thefreezing thetr theteaing
freezing tr weather If any fruit has been beenfrosts beenleft beenkit
left with the germ OC life ID it by thfrosts th thtnJSt8
frosts that already have occupied occu ed corn cornout eomtror corning
ing tror show every prospect of wiping
out the last rtisncffs c an of a crop
5 P Se far ar as the fruit is concerned ita it itaaa ittvtl
a aMarua > aaa aa nrrtiattn a a total totaiid totalless
less fralat hero west aid id Prof Cox Coxt CoxTJMa Coxbe
TJMa be sold is Ding east t into Ohio an ILLl ILLlT an3New < i iin
New T Yolk pIetl1la the ruin which 15 15Ja Isin
Ispast in the West W and which hich bids bidsJhsraoiant bldIr bidsNgin
Ir Ngin a Jhsraoiant sar tir as Kentucky Ke tvck7 andTemnenee and andThe andI andrite
Temnenee TemneneeS I
The S frees esti e extends up throjgn the theDalBMas theaIaJIa8 theBahama
DalBMas and down through Iowa Mis Missouri l Mlesouri s saM ¬
souri aM Kansas and Oklahoma to the thefootnote theoothik thtt >
footnote t of the Bockles BocklesThe eSne RockiesThe
The fruit suffered much from fro the tbetost thetreeR thelast
last frees and this one and the ones onesto onesto onceto
to coe come probably win wi finish killing Jilll1ngwIIIIt killingwhat killingwhat
what hasnt hart t been killed already alreadyera alr already1b d
nae 1b teapentare In Michigan X L 3s 1Ief 1IeferaI several
eraI era degrees below freezing and thethermometer the theLOOM theto
thermometer promiuti to SO lower lowerr lowerLasses
LOOM By States StatesThe StatesTIle StatesTies
The losses in tbe principal fruit grow growing powSIat growing ¬
ing States are told hi the thth following followingdispatches followingI followingdispetcbs
dispatches dNp received in Chicago Chi ago todaymianiaZee today todayimaots toda todaIJIIIIoMI1Ie
I IJIIIIoMI1Ie imaots The greatest numegf I is g was wascaused W W1Jae wascanoed
caused by the biteard that covered the theI theeadre theeuh
I entire State Early Ea vegetable T VOl patchesJa patches patchesdistricts
Ja the track g r em ba the BOrth northern northerndistricts rn rndllltrlct8
districts and bury patches where whereboas whereII wherebuds
boas had reached an advanced stageare stage stageDamage stageare
are reported as UtaI 1 Damage DamageIowa amagtSt Damagelow
low lowStcrsis
Iowa Storms St in Iowa have continued
with greater or less vigor for neatly neartya Dear1 Dear1a
a week but tbe frigid atmosphere a re and andthe aMof andmwa
mwa of tile last two dais have done donepoeatMt donethe
the greatest damage Not only fruits fruitsand fruitaa4 fruitssad
and vegetables bIea but even the oats crop cropto ere erethreateaed cropis >
to threatened Entire damage SlotlU ilOtWNteia UU ft ftM ftIndiana >
M teia
teiaIndianaApple Indiana IaDAppie Apple orchards and truck truckgardens tru truckgardens k kwere
gardens were the greatest sufferers sufferersThe IRI4nersTIle sueferersThe
The damage e which was conlned COD to tothe tothe tothe
the northern and central districts districtsamounts cUatrtctslDODDtB districtsamounts
amounts to itI00dlt itI00dltdlchigaaFruit tt aXIebipFruIt < KNMM KNMMMichigan
Michigan XIebipFruIt Fruit belt almost entirely entirelygone enttrelygone entirelygone
gone for the 8e nee son AH that remains remainsaccording remaInsae remainsaccardtmg
ae according to expert growers is the thegrape thegrape thegrape
grape crop which has been damaged damagedto
to a great extent Damage pPW JOOOOO 34I09OpoW X JOOOOO7i
W 7i eeasia Severs dfea Heavily Heavilytecoufftn HearilyWI HeavilyWisMn
tecoufftn WI It Is estimated e that SO per perrent perttIIIt perrent
rent of the fruit crop and all of the thebeen theerlT theearly
early regel d ele aaI4 peee ra have havebeen havebeen
been kiHed JdIIedKa Damage i1t M4MM M4MMKanaa t11 t11Kansa
Kanaa Ka Snow ow and low temperature temperatUrfhave temperaturestances
have killed the bacb and Is many m mBta instances
stances even the leaves 1ea on the treesThe trees treesTbe treesTbe
Tbe corn crop however ho er Is safe Dam Damage Damage Damage ¬
age 1 1KenmrkY 111010KentnclyAhl lMM9t lMM9tKentucky
Kentucky KentnclyAhl U AM tile fruit and veg vegetables vegetablM vegstabke ¬
etables as well as budding plants and andnowe anrloweos andlowe
lowe oweos s hv been damaged by the cold coldweather col colweather colaweather
weather and a flurries of snow largely largelybecause largflybeea1l8e largehbecam
because of the fact that they had hadreached hadreached hadabnormally
reached an abnormally early develop development cJevelopmeat developmoat ¬
meat Loss Losshr1sourilone tMBC eof a aiwouri >
hr1sourilone iwouri f Clouds and favorable condi conditions condisaved condllione ¬
tions saved much of the fruit Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight
night but the dear weather and con continued cortbnwd curtinn ¬
tinued tinn tinntian a cold completed piped td the damage Es EaOhioEarly Estimated ¬
timated tian tiana losses 2 < 2 < Kttoee KttoeeOhio
Ohio OtdoEariy Early fruit particularly particularlysnows water watermelon watrmeIoa ter termelon ¬
melon and other vines have haveparticularly been killed killedby klHfflby killedfreadug
by the snows and d freezing weather weatherGrain w µ tt ttGrain > r rGn
Grain has not been hurt Loss LossNebraska 5001 5001Ne te0it te0itNebrsekaB >
Nebraska Ne r Small uaU U gardeners and truck truckfarmers truckfanaenJ truckfanners
farmers were the heaviest hea losers in tl t11 t11storJII thstorm > 2 2storm
storm that It is believed now has not notdamaged totdalaaged nrtdamaged
damaged the early wheat Less 1100000 1100000Nertkwat 3Ot18ti00rNorthwest 000 0 0BTertkwest
Northwest Leeec Millions JllilliODSm MUMonsZa
Za the Northwest wMt1iIbIDe ota the Dt Dtkotas D1kota Dakotas
kotas and eastern Montana farm crops cropsdied cropsaa cropsand
aa garden truck has shriveled up and anddied andtined
died diedTbe tinedThe
The total damage so far reached oer oeraWM6 oterlOMN er erlifIWM
lifIWM aWM6 with the wheat still in doubtBarley doubt doubtBarley doubtBa
Barley oats and rye in northern Min Minnesota KlnJtMOt Minnesota ¬
nesota and the Dakota have suffered sufferedpermsaent SUfteredpennnuat sufferedpermanent
permsaent injury Corn has been beenstricken beenatrlck beenstrickor
stricken atrlck throughout the entire North Northwest Non1wt Nortiwe ¬
west we t and preparations are being mad madTJio madto madto
to reseed aU theM crop cropao cropsTiro
TJio heaviest blow fell upon u on > truck truckirdopers truckC truckgahrdareta
gahrdareta irdopers en and small husbanders bu banders r Straw Strawtebes StraWra
C naerries ra raspberries blackberries rad radIshM radIebes
tebes and set vegetables bles are almost almosta almosttotal
a total loss In the Duluth vicinity aol arrion al1ion aolon
on the entire Iron Range and in western westernSouth welJtfrnSouth westernSouth
South Dakota and eastern Montana Montanawhere Montanawhere Montanawhere
where fortunes are newly Invested In Inlarse 1nJrs inlarge
large eardeaint enterprises the lost lostfrom 10 lossfrom 3 3from
from the storm Ts estimated e at KW06W KW06WTwo 1S8Twe eeo eon eonTwo
Two serious Be Ions cases of exposure and one oneof oneor oneof
of death to settlers have been n reported as asFleeiiBgr asF asFlooring
Flooring F 9Dvg Ala Good 5a 225 2S 5 Per too Ft FtFsaak FtF FtFrank
Frank F Icy d Co Can 6th dt X T Y Ave AyeA4T AveAdv

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