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TAFT AND ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTOBSERVE ROOSEVELTOBSERVE
OBSERVE LABOR DAY DAYAMID DABr
r AMID PUBLIC ACCLAIM
THOU TEIOBSANDS DS GHEE GHEETIT CHEERTAfT CHEER CHEERA
TIT A W i ST Pi PiPresident PAUL PAULPr PAULPresident
President Pr itcleat Reviews Labor LaborDay LaborDay LaborDay
Day Parade and GivesConservation Gives GivesConservation GivesConservation
i Conservation Address AddressPROPOSES AddressPROPOSES
PROPOSES LEASINGALASKA LEASING LEASINGALASKA LEASINGALASKA
ALASKA COAL LANDS LANDSTnae LANDSThlie LANDSTine
Tine Has Come to Halt RtapMdy RtapMdyand R1ied7Get y yGet
and Get te WorkHe Work Workf YerkHe
f He Sys SaysST Sys9T
ST ntiL IAtiL JdaIt Sept i 50TIM The great rreatast greatant I
ant crowd ever gathered fat St Paul Paulwatt Paulawaited Paulawaited
awaited watt cl tile arrival ot President 1Io Presidentwhm Taft Tattwhen Taftwbea
when the tb Chief Executive Iv reached r aebed the
Union Station here today
Pratt dawn aa to tbe boar of tile thea arrival arrivala arrhaI
a continuous CGIItba coetisue a stream of humanity poured
from the local and an laterurban faterar electric electriccar eIeetrIccan electriccan e
car can until the downtown streets streetsDacked were werepacked
packed packedSimultaneously Dackedlwu1taaeo
adr4dSbauI
Simultaneously SbauI lwu1taaeo el y with the arrival of s
President Taft Taft who who was welcomed en enthusiastically eathusdaUexihycame ¬
thusiastically thusdaUexihycame came Senator Reed
Smoot Smoot of Utah ttah representing tepreeeutia Governor G ° verb
Spry and Governor Hay of Washing ac acatroag ¬
ton a strong 1itate State rights rip peopagandtet propa propagandist propaGoTeraor ¬
gandist gandistGovernor gandtetGovernor
Governor berhardt and a reception reepdoRcommittee rsce rscecommittee receptioncommittee ptiota
committee with a company of United
States cavalry YaJry from i Fore Swelling 9seUt 9seUtnet iDC
met the President and e eeCtrrfed escorted him himthrough hlzuthrough I
through packed streets to tlHkreview thlerevkxag leaew leaewn
ing n stand where be II reviewed tIM
Labor Day parade paradeHalf paradeHalf I
Half Milbe MiIb a en e StreetXYel StreetsEvery Streets StreetsXvery
Every precaution precaa OA had been takeaadvance takea i iparade Ia IadYlUHe
advance to insure that tile Labor Day Dayara4e Da Daparade y
parade should uId start tart at the announced announcedtime an antime mounted I IUme
time Ume t4 t16 ta order to permit Press President ¬ i
dent Taft to proceed immediate imraediateithe U Uthe >
the convention ball Half a million millionpeople uJioII uJioIIpeople rttl rttlpeople
people were oat the be streets before betoreoclock 101 7 7oclock 1oclock
oclock an4 nd th ue suburban electric electriclines eleetncUD electsHues c
lines UD entering here from all directions directionsponred dWec dWecpoured
poured in ad additional i 4llJ tho thousand every ere erehour rY
hoar to Suffragette banners were every everyR j j jwhere
where R hers in I tile cruud crper d and womans womansright WOllllla WOlllllartstatlt woonnrigbtri
right advocates w wens re specially B 111 III IIIttve aettve ne netlT
tlT tlTwfaiea ttve
ttvetile ttveoltside
oltside tile thethe Jn Jntbe
wfaiea the congress IrfTelnW W held heldFetid beY he heoutid 1na a
Fetid mass of humanity hJ 1tY asserebieti asserebietishortly enact enactshortly bhd bhd8hortly
shortly after daylight llPt and aMIlleDl was aa aameulPd
meulPd every minute The anno announce announcement anaoaaceDent ¬
Dent that thatalJ aU eeats remaining 1eIDairjn after afterdelegates afterdl aft aftdelegates
delegates dl tll had been seated would worldfree be befree 1Mtfree
free to the public and an thatlr that R none nonewould DOaewoaWl ene
lr would be reserved resulted r ulted in a gen general paeral general ¬
eral scramble scrambleAll acrambleAll e eAll
All delegates and the press re resentatives repre representatives gamy ¬ i iSfntt1ves
sentatives were admitted through the tbewest theW th thwest
west W foyer door on Fourth streetdouble street a adouble adoable a
double cordon of notice being neces necessary neeanary ecea eceaear ¬
nary ear to keep the crowd from f 101Jewinc follow toilswing following ¬
ing incC
ingCeorge Ceorge C eotge Pardee Pardee exgovernor of CaB California CaBfonda callfornia ¬
fornia today before tbe opening opeedngthe of ofthe ofthe
the conservation congress enSressbe in which whichhe wlllchhe tarp
he expects to be heard made a smashing smash smashHotel amaahIng
Ing attack ttack in the lobby of the St Paul Pa1l1Hotel
Hotel against those massed eased repreetentatives repr reprtatives reprn I Itatlv
tatlv tatives of the Interests ao now gathered gatheredin
in St St Paul to fight ht Federal oonserva e8IUIervtloa cseservatlou j jtlo
tlo tloa j I
Clever s C atEr FraMevs lruN1IpWbat Praae till tillWhat j jWbat
Wbat Is the use of beating < about aboutbusk the j i
bosh In a mattsr asatt r of business bfr W said the theo i iformer j jformer
former governor I bustnessss am not afraid a abeing o of ofbeing 1 1ml8q1lDteCL
being misquoted and the situationthat situation is isthat kthat
that we are confronted CODhout with a aframeUJt clever tieveof j I
frameup under tbe attractive title titleState of ofState I IU
U State te rights rightsNow ta tathat
Now ew that has been a phrase to tocoa tocoajure tojure con conJure <
Jure with since I this country was abut a pop popbt t j jbut
but in this case it simply means that thatthe thJtth tk tkthe at 1
the th big fellows who have been beenaDd beenand robbing robbingand
and pilfering the < Western States until aatllthey untilthey j
they nave stolen tg en more than half tha thapuWk f th thpublic 1a 1apublk a
public property tbat was w tn them have havehit hat hatIt P
hit 11 It upon a device which they think wm wmpermit wtI1nalt
t permit nalt them to perpetuate 1 tUte this vfittany vfittanyTAFT vi laayTAFT vU laay laayWAFT
TAFT GIVES SPEECH SPEECHFOR SPEECHFOR i iFOR
FOR CONSERVATION CONSERY CONSER A ATIO TION TIONST j jST
ST PAUL Minn Sept Ses 5 iPftSIdent aPetafdenTaft President I j jTaft i iTaft i
Taft came into the midst of conserva conservationists coneervatiorkts c ctloJOIRa ¬
tionists today toda and dwelt in detail not notonly no noq3nly 1
only IT with the activities arti ittee of the Federal i ibvenunent J
p bvenunent serumest e lIt hi conserving the theCetlmced t natural naturalContinued
ual1
Continued on Third ThirdWEATHER PageWEATHER Page PamWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe I
The eeritar < ntr t of the ti Western WetoDatce disturb disturbance ¬
1l1 ance < has move novel northward and blrbI te IsO bosier now nowover
over O fr eastern Mowth Uth Dakota D3kO Showers Showershave
have haveStates hRv itut in n aeeirred rrd over 0 the Neither NCMtMStates NeitherStates A I
States cut of the Rockies Roc and also on onthe ODthf onthe
the eastern eat eIII eIIIThe slope slopeTbe atoeThe
The hot wave ve is 3 now venerai 1 tai south southern aodIpm sothern ¬
ern and central nortlonof portions O of oftn th thee coun coentr country ¬
tr try and In the Middle Atlantic tlaatie Slateswhile Slates 9Nswhile
while hiJe the cool wave waveapoeaaed that anrjeaved a apoeaaedthe ta taits IIIthe
the Nertlrweslt 9aasd > < y has lest mach IIRIdaits of ofits
its force forceShower foraShowee
toreeallll
Shower and thunder storms will willaWv wIDa aoeh aoehaMv
aWv a lv continue cOD R1Ie from the nroer OfT Mlssbuluptvalley Mlssbulupt Ilhnsldpptr I Ia
r valley a eastward 4 to the Atlantic A t Itic coast CIIIIISthi coma comarhik coastvhih
vhih rhik hi In other I uortiom of the t dsHlnM dsHlnMsinpf da daiTJ1t cis3iksfaatsoi
sinpf iTJ1t region veneraOy IIY fair and aaeeather warm warmweatteer warmweather
weather will nrevaR nrevaRPORBTAST tre areraflFORHfAST 1L 1LFf
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I ROOSEVElT GREETEDBY GREETED GREETEDBY GREETEDBY
BY F FARGO CROWDS CMOSColonel CROWDSCQoneI CROWDSColonel
Colonel Aids At CornerstoneLaying Cornerstone CornerstoneLaying CorneistoneLaying
Laying His ReceptionUnaffected Reception ReceptionUnaffected ReceptionUnaffected
Unaffected By RainPREPARES Rain RainPREPARES RainPREPARES
PREPARES TO FIGHTi FIGHT FIGHTOVER FIGHTOVER
OVER CONSERVATION CONSERVATIONHears i
I
Hears of Hostility Toward To Toriai m + tl P5ach PiAc90t PiAc90tAt Pine PineAt il0 t tAt
At St St Paul Ad Dwas DwasBattle sBattle DrsBattle
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By JOHN SKURE SKUREiMooseveK SteFA 1
FABGO FA G0 N 1 D Sept iiCsL CL CLxvelt Thade + e
iMooseveK xvelt began beg the hue last week of KK hk hktfwtog d i
tfwtog of more than MM mites with w1daadcIr withacct an
I addrlss 3 acct s at 1 d M this moramg at tile lay laymg 1aYi
i mg or the cornerstone of the new Car CarMe Care
I sek library badNag at FaqipD Faegaa CoJIep C h1 i ia
a ongregatioaat doaai lmtltatioa utIoa OIl apti leaped leapedante
lICe ia tIN valley ec ue e Red ri ridie title K
die onh onhHe
Me spoke e hi I the presence P 4211ee of a large largeudienee
I udienee au 1I f to This being Labor Day mueh muehLabor r rof tIeta ek
+
i Of tM coIoDera tilDe wad given cheaLaIMw eve evelu e
lu Labor mbar Day observances Early this thismovnteg
I movnteg there was a parade of the tbeby thei
i various CllpAiaatJous Of Ofb7 1tatgor 1tatgorby headed
by the former President h tilt JIoIIow8s 1t0llowr Tollow ag t the theby I IIaIIMIe
parade waatlle was the Labor Day ad rues ruesColonel by byColonel
I Colonel Roosevelt t in which elt he dealt dea1tI deal dealith byt t
i with w ith important tabor topics topicswas topIatIarps tepeeYargos I
I tIarps reception OIl CGIoIIeI xe1t xe1twas
was of tbe warmest kind Last LastI night nightafter t
I an after huge enthusiastic throng thror1pet had hadmet
met ban la ll at tile Great Northern N4IItltenII eta etand station stationand tfoa tfoaal
and a nd followed feUow a him ba to t his hotel tbe Wal Waldorf WaItIIey W Wdart al ¬
I dart they swarmed into the be betel fa m msuch faeh
such numbers that t be was obliged to tonsent toear
ear OA the statrway lading Ie isIsaac b bI
Isaac and make a short address addressCrawi addreMer
I Crawi er Give Wnksgeaa Wnksgeaat w wFrft Wdoeaarides
rides des Frft Is ca erw et WIUI + YItIIt YItIItte vWtes
es atd atluaistirt t te get a acJt grUnvse alsatn alsatnSitsu af
aiMBhcvclt cJt emit cheertac c1 e hMB h f >
ester b appekt ppea + e It to s cfmat ctesr tfcat tfcatas tth >
Nortb eat is aot leas anteat atdeahtsuch them
such State as Iowa Kansas and andto Ne ¬
detwtmoga
braska b raska te its devutioM de toa to ta tl > f former owner
lTeldent reJlIc1enL A Aprogram coj cold aaddrizzltJllr and drizzling raJa
whkb hieb started e early ly thb lItOrDi850 anwrni
tended to interfere with iJ the a Parao 1a hBD
program but crowds crow hunted up vm
brtllas bn II gnu ant got Ot out in spite of un ¬ =
pleasant Ieaaant weather
In 1 tie tt box 1
e put in the cornerstone ot r
the library building this morns oral
I there was wasas r placed 3 portrait or o Celoa
Roosevelt in acaoJemle rip and
so
as h he rerciv rewived ved III his degree frogown frogownOx from Ox
ford f < n University and also
a p P oC
President Prea Tart = att One of the Ico eveh
editot editorhUs Ws in tile Outlook dealing l with wit it
Rural R Life L was also placed la in tile
cornerstone cornerstoneGreetiac eonl c ornerstoneGreeting ratoDeGIe
Greeting GIe tiIIr Ity y y CWWres CWWresA C1IiI ea eaA
A welcome to Targo atgp by 1M little littleehfldnm li liehildrecc
ehfldnm all carrying big Teddy 1ed4lyt Teddyfloor
t leapt planed the colonel Irreaael llaMea8eJy y
The Th e little oats were 11 seated 011 th
floor ett o his suite at the hotel w when whenminutes
be reached bed there and
be
spent 4ft 4ftmilnates e ° ° 1
minutes minutes greeting gtvetiagru gITetingReroIIectiona them themwere + ru rufi
ReroIIectiona fi eroBec or his ay 011 taM teach
were brought Iwoudt back to the colonel co today todayaJd
wren be bad a I lets visit with Syhaua
aJd Jceeoh A Ferris who rode the tit
numditn t with him hi on the Little Mis M
WMiri h4twentyAve xwentyitve teontft1 veart erf It to to When tbe tberoSwnei t
roSwnei 1e unet DM deflnitely deanit ly
+ deddea decide i to slot at t
Fargo on his Lrio ilip Ie ae mrot wrote to t i s sta Fer F or
rLs tarrthenS IS iSkiac thea to meet u net him ht
here Throushout Th bout todays today todayt todaysthe celebration
the t two ranch nmc mates mat were right beside
the t colonel and throughout th hout Fmrgoa Faro besidea a I
Labor Ls Day oroKram ne n sandwiched idaed tn tnranchtec
ranchtec taschin tali talk with Ids two t teas cronies croniesTfrdercarreBt ctvniesUndercurrent
Undercurrent uf Prfitica PrfiticaWhile PeIitiaW I
While W the program of fire tti ttimorrow ay is lea pus
a eN8IR + eAax without me exeltelDeat exeltelDeatHI 101 tai
HI the wtiiee da poUtIcIJ Is eethihtg eethihtgthe To ToIDOIIOW
morrow morrow the colonel w wat w1 be iD St Pant
at the conservation cou = serratiea atJen
roarress cematrdaaNniritn RocawveJt RocawveJtadmirers Paull t tan
admirers are exprctinc XJ him to stet stetgreater a aKreater aJnlatft
greater rcreptSon doD thai President IJ Presidentmad Tan Taft Taftchot
SDIII will bf dtssapgointed it h does not
Wont reaches bes here that Gift Fta
mot el i iot ot and 1 James R R Garfield GarfteMContinued are hi a
degmerare d 8Iht at St PaUl to control con trot
the conrrttra for their Mea f CO SerC
Continued C Md en Third = bird Page
1
WASHINGTON TAKES TAKESFI T TFIRST
FI FIRST ST GAME GArnEQTOOAY QTOOAY QTOOAYi TODAY
i I FROM THE liED l1 SOX SOXI SOXScore 1 1Score
I
Score of 4 to 1 Gives Nationals Na Nationals NatioflllIs ¬
tionals Good Start In InBoston InBoston InBoston
Boston Campaign CampaignWALKER CampaignWALKER CampaignWALKER
WALKER AND HALL HALLDO HALLDO HALLDO
DO THE TWIRLING TWIRLINGWid
Wid Coaroy C 1VOY Lifts a Long Fly FlyIwto Fly1to Flydate
date 1to Left FieldStstid Field FieldStand fieldStaaL
Stand Standdub StaaLor Ststidoiwc
or oiwc sL s t iWaddn 4ea pt getaid a aFtrt
aid Kurt Ftrt on its c j apdgx n apta a6ahitdub tM tMeI
ItrASa dub ub on whieh rhieb se much INeII INeIItile depends dependsi
ploy besotfug tile Red S title porntnR t1 t1wtthevt
4 Brtotod i without grant trouble treuMoWalker tnMIWel troublewattber
Walker W and Hall wer wen beth Ia m formbill form formbut formt
l
but t pitched erratically at times Walk Walker Walker Walkor
er was steadier than HaM l1JIII4IId m it pinches vtochesbnt pincheslet
let did not fan taDJ1t so many man manIn tenIn
In the first Ate tamtags alugs Han wWffc WIdftfill ffeti < l ldght
dght h of die Nationals and tile going was wastee wasww wasItioosity
Itioosity until ww CoRwI Itt s long
tee jai Ay 7 into lift left MM stand for a ahome anail arun
home run to the ftfth nmtng with KiUi KiUipractkatlly JCilHAnt
fen N Ant Ara Those 4 two twoThe naaS run s practkatlly pnetlcaU1IP peactlcan3sewed
sewed 1IP die dieI gars
I The T v Arjt ftrnt tw two rune w were r mad llama for forwhen torWa forWa
Wa dettoa Ia the fetsrt is when whenWashington tm tma
Washington a sandwiched stmiwithad ta three hits hitsbetween hUsbet
between bet two strlkeouta Conroy open opened o n nell ¬
ed tile fourth inanspfciouaty isau iciottab by tyteg to toEagle to1IIiI1e toSeigle
Eagle Ossler followed toIJowedfe by byfeebly b r Aaheig
feebly McBrfcle was s sscflaad ta the theMkerfeid theI e erib
ri rib wttIIa with a pitched bail nest the fun be bepa
I pa Mkerfeid Sfa stnBlMrfeId Stages ka kaUnglanb
BlMrfeId > IIbet d IIIDpIed MeBI16e aMalr and aadUlIdau
Unglanb sent hbu home 1MNDeIIbIpe wMk ateetier Mother Mothersingle
single BberfeM taking third t inL 3ecken 3eckendorf ackeadort
dorf dot broke late the theltd1t theltd1t1IIttft ttmelight as a pinch pinchhitter
hitter with a I safe swat to enMe 3 that thattallied dIattallied
tallied KlberfeJd KlberfeJdin erfeJdon lfdberfoldBosun
on got men to Are nt rMIIIfty rMIIIftyIa etaoaai etaoaaiIn
in the first lib iantnffs but ccwK not notthird aottMIIL notn
n + aaea they tMIIL1a
1a tin ipraoglrpi rri rriinn
vq lIP T
inn = s C tie as rflaiil lit litth atAsUer
third th wh who B Pu1teI1claoIce Partett dropped a a lielterchoice lielter
choice ta front of the tIIellla plat ntetdoubled Ball dh11doubled Balloabk4
doubled in the fifth attIa but wa was thrown thrownI 1IINwaeN
I out at floe pIIIIIt ahrtn wjr by XOsoi when Hooper Hoopersinghai pwa Iiipers3naisd
singhai m e center centerthe C8IIterA eautexA
A MaYT rain entb tWthe tW msfstg put puttime
the ball park ht hoar singee ahaai for the theA uI timegaert0
gaert0 gaert0A
A liberal aprtaklter ldIag ac sawdust pave pave7CM sa saa
I
a little triter reIieC all I OIItwit 7CM wars te teattendance
attendance which wit bs some crowd fur furthe I II
I the lead of day Principle interest interestceuteus imtereitcenters tec tecI
centers en ta the work of Bert t Lercheti at atshort taIIGrt atabort
I
short for Boston Captaia Wagner < bar havteg barieS v vra
teg drawn ra indefinite suspension eaa for forManager torI forIddtbaF
I IddtbaF at a ecl8Ioa tR New TArt YdI1tJIaIIa
Manager McAleer chose walker W topheb to topMeh toItdI
pMeh and Boekendorf B e to eat whBe whBeJManaser eDoIMmm vehiiebshnaeger
JManaser Ponovan seat Chrlle Ball to totwnH tot
twnH t with Carrigan at the piRteThe plate plateThe llateTIM
The game ht detail follows followsFirst folio folioFirst
First liming limingTASHlNGTOJsrMllaa Im n nw
w VCiS TASHlNGTOJsrMllaa SH1NGT GT drew a aKilllfers Pass Passand dtaesacid
and Killlfers K Mf rs aacrMieee 11Iftee to Han to Stabl Stablntoved I1Iha Stahlmoved
moved him up Conroy Conro and adstruck Gender Genderstruck
struck clop out Ke N e ruifs ruifsBO6TOX s sB06TO
BO6TOX 7306 = 0 Hooper doubled bled to centerbut center centerbut centerbut
but Barter ripped in front of the plate phUeBeckendorf plateBeckeDdod
Beckendorf getting Hooper at third thirdSpeaker tJdr4Speaker
Speaker tied to Moan StaM died to toleft toleft
left left but Lewis L was throws t out by byElberfeld byElberteld by111bafe1d
Elberfeld ElberteldSecend
Second Inning InniagT7A8HINOTON InningY
T7A8HINOTON Y l ASHINGTONJlfeBrWe Al31 LNiTO = MeBrMe mould Sl Slberfcld EI EII
berfcld flied to Lercnen and IYIIli nHgtanb nHgtanbstruck UnRianbattack
i struck eu att No naBS naBSJtIroorJ j jBOSTOX
BOSTOX JtIroorJ rGI Ragle ste te was out outsiIIeIe4 en strikes strikesCarrippnn
Carrippnn ainsled to left Colleen L f fore foreteg foreWaer ore
hag him Walker to McBiiiec XeBrUe Hall HaKout HalltCIIIIed
c tCIIIIed out BY WalkerThird Walker WalkerThird WralkerThird
Third Inning Innin InninW j jWASHI2W3TOBI
WASHI2W3TOBI W WASRI10TUaBiscltdidoK Beckendorf ort fitted < to toHooper toMOOIMT
Hooper oofser Walker struck out 3a Mflaa MflaaContinued 3ll11aJ1Continued A
Continued on Tenth Ten 1 Pac Pale
STORY OF DOUBLE DOUBLE LIFE LIFETOLD LIFETOLD LIFETOLD
TOLD IN POLICE COURT COURTCharges COURTGharges COUR COURCharges T
Charges Against Benjamin Deitsch of Bigamy and nd Per Perjury PerjuryLeft PerjuryLeft ¬
jury juryLeft Left Wife No 1 f TIn In Russia She Declares DeclaresBoth D DeclaresBoth cIares cIaresBoth
Both Women In L Court
I K Ww l nj arieh f Ddieeh Sod froI froIIII flora florauasla
uasla a eurapo sptvk III tk lbl Mt1 RueeoJairasoee
JnnanacL r lei war hxvhur a wife wtr and baby babyand 1MLbyt1tea
and then imijaiihi I TW te the United UnitedSOUes UnitedStates I
sats and led a dual UCe was recited recitedte nettedRIIke recitedi
te i Police Cedrt court today wIleS DettKh DettKhwas DeibIcbheld Deitschwas
was was held for the grand Jury en n a adefault acIIMIISe acharge
charge 0 tipsy III default r of IMM MM MMBoth 11Mhead
MM headBoth
MMB
Both wives wi were te court NO 1 be betas be betbe bek ¬
k tas the complainant white Wh e 7o 2 re reoccaakmany re rewed remained
wed Arai in her devotion and wept weptoocsieionaDy
occaakmany The testimony l luv4j of wife wife5o wife13o
13o 5o 1 was a tale of bow she had been beendeserted beenin beendeserted
deserted in Russia R and bad trailed her herhusband herbtMbaDd herhusband
husband from city to city cit inly > niy to tofind tofta4 tohad
find him in Washington six waeks w > < ks ago agowith agowith agowith
with another wife and 00 a baby bab babTbe
Tb The capture of Deitsch about 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclock
oclock yesterday morning was spec spectacular Ipetacular spectacular ¬
tacular the detectives and Louie SGottlieb S SGottlieb SGottlieb
Gottlieb attorney for wife Xo L 1 forc forcing forcan forcing ¬
ing an entrance at J aiuchs > home KB2 KB2Seventh Rt1a l lcaevestb
Seventh t1a street northwest and 8IMlupoa pouncingupon pouncing pouncingupon
upon BOH wbfl while be lay sleeping aping beside be lde
wife ti No = o 2 A warrant W ant for er Deknak atts fc ftas
I taunted Saturday normal but but be ba baevaded had hadevaded 4
evaded tile policeaddition i H IIeeI lfee lfeeIn
In addition to Ute charge of bigei amy amythe ny +
I I mil face a charge c of ofpro prjury
the prosecuting pro attorney at bavin having drawn drawnup drawaup drawsup
up a complaint pla1nt to that effect e ect today
Dieltsefas Deitsch s second marriage occurred in
Wasbtagton lt astdatton June 35 IS last and it is al ¬
leged he swore that he bad never been beenmarried beenJIIITied beesHe e
married He will be arraigned on onneroad this thissecond thiseluarge
second charge tomorrow irorning in i iPonce n
Ponce Court CourtThe CiHIItThe CourtThe
The testimony teatimonyla in court today as givea 3 give givebs ea
bs wife wit No 1 whose maiden name was
Sarah danurstdes was that she and a aRtteeta Ad
Deitsch were married In Telia Volinin Rusefe
in July Jul i1 IMS and that one year ear later laterbe lat er erde
be was drafted for the army She Shedared de detabttshipent de r
dared that she MId a r rtabl1 dreeanwking or ortabhshment
tabttshipent tabl1 hmeut she owned to help buy his hisway tISwa
way wa out of the arm but before beforenegotiations these Uteaenegotiation et
negotiation t gtf tianfO were completed COR1I he ae flfld ji < theseo tI to t o
America Ani rira She said she received r ire frequent fre freQuent irefluent ¬
quent letters from him up till a a few fewmonths fewICODths fe femouths w
months ago a aijd ad then t 8n sbe became sun suspicious stISoDS sunpklous ¬
pklous picious oDS and prepared prevared pro ared to coma to Arner AmGcca em ec
Ica Icab ic ca
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INTREPID MOTOR DRIVERS DRIVERSDECLARE DRIVERSDECLARE
DECLARE RECORDS WILL
a
YOUNG GIRLS TEARS TEARSWONCAPTAINS
I WUN WONCAPTAINS PTAIN 4 SAliD J AID AIDt AIDTakes 1 1 L LTakes
i = f t 1 1I
Takes Wrong Boat With WithEscort WithEscort Yithl I
Escort and Lands In LnNqfodk InNorfolk I INorfCJAk
Norfolk Nqfodklbw i ioM I
lbw beatrice Aaadhig sixteen aIxteeaoN years yearsold
oN oM of 7M L sires nortteweM JaOItIIw and b 0 L Lyard 1 I
Dealer a attain stehtllpred III at tI eaId navy navypard I
yard ntaxmd out Saturday night for forwhat forwhat
what they thought was to be a forty fOcl
mile sail down 4IowRtbe the to PobmacHowever Potomac PotomacHowever
However insuad of getttog pttbarr om onsteamer Bw I
steamer r Chartok Xacalester wihteh wihtehevery wlikimakes
makes a trip to 1JIIlan Read and return returnevery I Ieyet
every evening tjy t bearded the Nor Norfolk Xorfolk Norfolk ¬
folk boat and it was nc nntfl they
bad passed Alexandria the only point
the boat t touches between Washmstaa W Wad Wteiuktgtouand WashmstaaMhM I
ad Old Point tort that they dl 1
covered their Mllltake
Hiss u Harding began to cry and tell I
her troubles to the captain while while Dole 1 i
found himself elt hi hiered a most mbarra alag
position When be took inventory 0
the chattels in a his pockets lie diRov I
ered he was p jnsiiasttJ = t4 j of SB cents and I
I two tickets Ucke for Indhut I Head Naturally
I the he tickets 8 en the Macateeter would not
even entitle the couple to transporta
doll rtnn rtnnfont as far aa IDdiaa Head on the Nor
font beat beatDeale betltDeale beatDale NorI
Deale was of the opinion that tickets I
for Indian Head H were goodon good on any line I
He tried to tell the purser so and soon sooncame 1IOOIl1 1IOOIl1became
became came the unpopular passenger p as far
as tbe officers were wereThe concerned I
The captain however agreed eed te take takecare takearc I Icare
care of lea X Harding Hanll g until the boat put II IIat
ta at Norfolk There was nothing to dowith do
with Dole T 1 but carry him along tOO tOOrepresentative
At Norfolk tM Girl was turned ever eera teoI to
a representative represen t1ve of the Young Womens
Christian Association Aaociatlon and a dispatchscot dispatch dispatchi
i sent 1 to her mother motherI
I Mrs Harding in the meantime bad
reported her daughters failure ta re ra ¬
turn home to the police Wh Whoaa n th tJMtcame the
mes message age came she made de another trip
to headquarters beadquart rs and WAS 1Imsgobs grotng toswear to toswear toSWEar
swear out a warrant for Deales arre arreon arrest arreston
on n a charge of 0 abduction
When her daughter returned to I
Washington WhJ ton this morning however howeverand boweTerAd howeverand
and convinced her moth anther r the whole
I thing tai was a mistake mt take 3trs rs > Harding Hardin I I
decided not to make any charge chargeagainst c rg n 1
against tbe marine marineDeale marlaeBeale I
Dele also came back H < k on the same
boat 1 with Miles Harding but he w wnot was wasnot wasnot
not allowed to communicate with Ith her heron r ron J
on the trip tripI I
I am convinced the whole thins to tag
was a aistake mistake Mrs Harding said saida toft to toa tva ft
a Times s re reporter r this morning monarng I Iwas 1was I
was very much muchr muchworMed worMed of edbrse course Cftrae
but it was simply a mistake that could couldanyone couldnot I Inot
not be avoided ed and might happen to t tanyone o I IIIol
anyone anyoneSTEAMER IIol anyoneSTEAMER > e I
I I
STEAMER ON ROCKS ROCKSDURING ROCKSDURING ROCKSDURING
DURING DENSE FOG FOGI FOGPassengers
I Passengers P gecs In Panic Before Take TakeOff Taken TakenOff TakenOff n
Off By Another AnotherBoat AnotherBoat
BostNEW Boat BoatNKW BoatNEW
NEW YORK Sept I iLo Loss Losin IDS g his way wayto wa wato T Thi
to the dease fog fo ° that enveloped xha xhaI Ut thSound f r rSoUll4i
Sound late 1a alga It Captain BaJd Baldsvia i
Ute at attaanter Sea Gull i I with MA passen passengers panaceatiers ¬
eelS on board ran IlL the vessel OR the therode
I rode off Cat Sriar Island Forts P rts t t4t
float the old steamer proved futile
It was reported repo ed that there was an a n ncipieutpan In Incipient 1R ¬
cipient cipieutpan panic on board but ft itW8C TOBS quick quickjly fl k
jly IT quelled 4ne1 led by y We officers officerspassengers otftcenLAD
AD extra steamer today 1k elf elfpe tile tileft1L
pe passengers passengersFRISBIE enge ft1L ft1LFRISBIE
FRISBIE IS UNDAUNTEDROCHESTER UNDAUNTED UNDAUNTEDROCHESTER UND UNTED UNTEDI
I ROCHESTER N Y Sept 5 iT Til Tilkeep n nkeep I
keep trying until I make tile trip tripwas
I was the declaration today of Aviator r
11 James mes J Friable who plans toover to fly flyover
over Lake Ontario Frlsble made three threeattempts tore e
I attempts yesterday and the zasulwas result resultwas t I
l was three tree ialis ta1 a1s s into the lake lakeor
or
B OLDFIELD OLI FIELD PROMISES PROMISESTO PROMISESTO PROMISESIts
TO DEFEAT ROBERTSON ROBERTSONSpeed
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Speed q pSadT1 1 wTImfc 1 a a iM M A t1kuu Je k if Sti Wfa 1m 149S In49 4Q Seeonds SeeondsProbaMyWill Seeonds SeeondsProbsbIv e ds dsProbtib1y
ProbaMyWill Probtib1y Will Be Set Up on Brighton BrightonMotordrome BrightoRMotordrome Brighton BrightonMotordrome
Motordrome
WUGHTWC BBACH MOTOKJDO1OC MOTOKJDO1OCX btllt ti tiN
X Y Sept a L Tm euc for at Warfd worlds worldsr s
roust It lit a 1I III 1IIrU t rtytae seconds secondsor
or r bust wBarae7 auM Burner OtMeM Olfleld her here this thtemomtoig tbIstile thismordng
momtoig a as the crowd aoo gathered fur rwtbe rwtbeP the thepostponed thepoetpeaed
postponed P lId asotor IIotor carnival to be run to today today ¬
day as a double doubleheader doubleheaderOldtieid bead hftlIIel hftlIIelOldhld < r rOUneld
OUneld after tuning up for his nis first firstappearance antappeIU1UIC8 flintappeatuoe
appearance on a metropolitan track in inthe inAre
AT Are TeaR mud that be was III trim for fortile forthe
the most daring exhibition of his career careerAn careerAn
An excitementhungry throng beganto began beganto
to per into the grandstand gra t early to the tbemomtn Uaedie thethe
momtn the disappointed ones whowore who whotbe who51Vai
wore given rib checks when 1IOeJI the meet meetwa meetwag
wa wag postponed pc QIa pt poed Saturday being swelled swelkdby swelledTuning
by a big boIWa7 err1ftL err1ftLTDaiIIIr crwdTu
Tu Tuning nIn up die drivers < declared the thetrack
I track was never faster ta and ta the pre predictiwents pre preI piedlctaments
dictiwents ellts records fen D right and left leftThe leftThe
I The pick of the country COUfttr daredevil daredevilgave daredevlldrlvtlfrs daredevildtivs
drlvtlfrs W were e enter ancIthe and the program programpave rocram
gave promise of many thrilling eventsChef events eventsChief
Chief interest tnt re t in the double header headerfiAIOR benderQAYNOR
I fiAIOR WILL RUN Mmm RUNI
I mm 1 1Say FRIENDS FRIENDSSay r
Say Mayor If Nominated Nominatedfor Nominatedfor
for Governor Will WillAccept WillAccept Vill
Accept AcceptNEV Acc AcceptNEW pt
NEW YORK Sept S 51Priea i iMmntu eC eCMayor eCI
I Mayor Gaynor who hav haft haftattB vtsUet vtsUethim
him at his heme at St James I where 1 wherehe
he is recovering reeoTerta from the egJbetg of ofan e
I an assasstns Hullet kt say that IT neat nomiMLted DOMIIIMLted neatsated
IIMLted sated as yie tI tse T emocratlc > candidate f tI for r rgovernor
governor he vrfii tilt accent accentHe ACCept ACCeptHe acceptHe
I He irtll no AOt I become an ail active eawdt eawdtdate eaaMfIte tuxdidate
date for the nomtamtion they say y and andwould andwould
would prefer to serve his term a amayor
mayor but if drafted rafted be will accept acceptreunite accept acceptI accepteikritnC
I heUevbag eikritnC he should do 0 11 1M tax taxrEnniie te terEUBUe
reunite and solidity the party in faState thte thteState
I State StateTbe StateThe
I The sentiment 5eJlUJIK t for Gaynor aomt aooutnation aomtnatloa
nation by the Democratic State coa coaventlon oa cogrentton
ventlon which meets at Rochester Rochesterunanimous on onSeptember 0115eiKeJDOer
September 2 t te almost almostupState t unanimous unanUnonsupState UJULJIbnOasupStat
upState his friends say yo They Theytbat T Theyhis arguo arguothat
that his past pledgee that he erica ericascree would wouldserve wouWt n
t serve Pene out his term as mayor 704 w will wlUhave willI
I have to be disregarded disregardedlie
I He has so far reformed the city dtygovernment cityI
I government that be could turn rn over overthe oyerI ayesthe r
r
I the work to Acting Mayor y ywho Mitcbei Mitcbeiwho 1IIitclieiI d
I who is young and ambitious alAl itiOas and andwould lidwouW an
would follow ta the lines laid down downby tlo tlob wa
I b by Gayaor < YDor The hitter latt r could aouhdh if iMit elect elected elected ¬
ed governor erR04 cooperate with withas Mitch Mitchmayor ltch6l ltch6lI died
I as mayor mayoremocratic mayorDemocratic ayor
Democratic > politicians who areInelined are not nottodiited
I todiited to be sentimental however howeverpredict bo vfr vfrpredlet
predict that if f Gaynor is the Demo Democratic ¬
cratic nominee OMi fee for governor W R RHearst
I Hearst would run independently independentlyagainst iJI
f against him which would give dveRepabUcan giveRepublican th thRepublican
Republican candidate a distinct dlatluctvantage disc discvantage ad advantage ¬
vantageINJURED vantage vantageINJURED vantageINJURED
INJURED BY EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONBRISTOLv EXPLOSIONBRISTOL EXPLOSIONBitISTOI
BRISTOL Teem Tewii Sept t 5Dr B R RCorson H
i Carson a wealthy druggist of 0 Marion MarionVau KarlonY on
Vau Y is ia a serlaea Condition here to today ¬
day as the t e result of injuries received receivedf reoely lid
f from roai the exptaeten lc1l of a tube of ni nitrate ¬
I trate of ether which he was trying tryingto tryia tryiato g
to o open
i
centered Sa the four r = eartoeta ia isilarney rimier wkachBarney wiIIcJIIIIIrae7
Barney Oiuduia and George Roeaneoa Roeaneoala R II IItwo
two t wo eH IftaI8 tivalawere were JlellaMIItJe scheduled to toIn eet eet1a
la ate BNtzen Benz BeIIz OMeU ON pre preacted pr prIcted
acted Icted ed tbat be would set a new worlds worldsmark we worldm 1d 1dnt a
m mark euk for Ute mffle ieDe Robertson it er b hi hrngetyhorsepower his hfentoetybersepower
ntoetybersepower Suwpiex was coed
dent that be would defeat the Daredevil Dare4ey0IchIeJd A
OHfietd the same as he recently did didtbe didBea di d
i alma almaBea
Bea K Kkvcher Jaer the German pilot of the t
Hemery D Dftrracq arracq Stranfc Straw wtth a Fiat
I Beardsley B p aey ta a Simplex lard in xn xnMercer
s P 0 H Reward rd with aa I81Dtta Sher Sb f
wood With with a Mercer Root and and his hisreeordbreakrax b lo
BIaclc 73l ack Crew Cnt OrBWby 11tM1 Chapple Chapplchines e
Jt 1tOand and Sery aU
gave Te their ma may
chines IRI early y WOIkoulE lid from t e
way 7 they sped around the coarse seme seen e
reeordbreakrax record performances
were ex
erfGolJlNUlCes
petted providing the weather did Its
share shareThis ft
I This premises to be the biggest ettt meet race
of Hs kind In years yea said Referee A R It
PPaarduigton Pardington PanI OIL Promoter Dan Smith and
Cnairman airman Butler of
the A A A con ¬
test board expressed eX d similar views viewsill
I MARTIAL tl LA 1 HOL MS MSTill HOLEJSITALIANMOBS S
Till ITALIANMOBS ITALIANMOBSStarving lOBSff MOBS AT BAYI BAY BAYStarving
I Starving People Drive Driven tDesperation to toDesperation t Q
Desperation In Italys ItalysCholera ItalysCholera ItalysCholera
Cholera Zone ZoneMILAN ZoneXILA
I MILAN Sept wlIrtval Virtual martial law le a
prevails today ta
Barlett the center cent r
I of the Italian cholera
zone as asresult Ow
result of the = clash between
several seer oral
thousand starving stan llantI and
unemployed unemployedride pea people eO ¬
pie and the ntHkrr r Driven > rtven to deepen d ¬
tine by b the t e rigid rules since the cholera cho erx
I outbreak out et mobs broke through tlI h the mil I
ti t u3 T ycenIens cordons stormed the town hall and
Invaded the hospitals The wrath of f
I the people was s directed dlrect cMertv againe a again
the tile doctors and 1IcI
may were forces rerce foreeliWhen to toI
Jtee JteeWhen When hen reenfOrqeraents reeAr ts arrived arrJv
I a pit pittd pitch pitched ¬
ed battle ensued Some thirty soilers soilerswore soli soliwere
wore W re wounded several MV beta eta shot bot wheR W wh
I th the ee commander gave sa gare e the order to ohm charge chargewith t r e
with bayonet TIlts = iris rcsuked IR clearing el c r
the street though a score or more a uf > r ris f
the rioters were seriously injured
Men women and children
engaged la InI
the fight ht Fifty ringleaders
I were a ar arrested r ¬
rested restedTbe
The disorder dl5wd was the culmination euimInatJ n oC oCa 9tI
I a series of alleged abuses from which whichthe w wthe hic k
r the people have Jta tart v suffered Since the thecholera
I cholera outbreak outoreak the importation import and andsale amiI
I sale of vegetables and other fresh foods f tHJs
has been practically prohibited pt ehtbited Peo Pe Pepie o
pie suffered for drinking water t tauthorhies he
authorities shutting off aH supplies oppiiesknown not notknown DOtkROWD nothe
known to be Irs f free e from infection These Thesehardships Theebanl Th Thhardships se e ea
hardships banl added tc the longstanding longstandf a s sof
tabor depression toR and the eviction or
thousands for failure to pay extortion extortionate ¬
ate rents worked W ked the populace POPU e Into a a
frenzy Had r enforcements is ix not > t arrived arriv ed
te is believed b the mobs tamesis isRoul Roul would ould dnot have havewrecked ha ere
wrecked the city cityThe
I The goy government go ernment ntneai has jyroralsed rornlsed to In i a
veetlgate the a complaints of the oeoDle people poop Iew
Hundreds are now living Uvin to caves
ANOTHER IBDETECIE IBDETECIEME DETECTIVE DETECTIVEPUT
PUT ON HARRIS CASE CASEMORE 1 1MORECLUES t
MORE MORECLUES ME GLUES FOUND FOUNDLatest FOUNDLatest FOUNDLatest
Latest Latest Developments Point Pointto Pointto
to Holding of a Belated BelatedInquest BelatedInquest BelatedInquest
Inquest InquestBALTIMORE InquestiBAL InquestBALTmIORE
BALTIMORE iBAL TIlvlORE WOMAN WOMANASKED WOMANASKED
I r Ir ASKED ASKED FOR MONEY MONEYLetters MONEYLetters MONEYLetters
Letters to Dead Man Contained ontainedDemands ContainedDeplands ContainedDemands
Demands Says Cousin C usin of ofFormer ofFormer ofFormer
Former Inspector InspectorHarris InspectOhs
s 1Jalr have arovea the Intj Intjc1Kfte4 In id r t toeaaeeted
c1Kfte4 will the death c NOrta1 Non a1 r rI T Tthat
I Harris that at today the PeHee Dope Depaiment pa paf r rinent
f ment ordered Qetactfve Burltaganie Burltaganietht iDgarne c cL
L the tht t Central OOhce tc aerie Detect DelectWeedoM Detecty +
I WeedeR of the same office In unrax unraxtoe <
i toe the jruMeai of whether Harris rOTv rOTvinitted or nrmatted
I II matted mi tted o SIlIcIde ichlo or was killed by a anl anIht 3J 1 1JWht
I nl JWht ht r rTIle npsasoihi npsasoihiThe eaaetaTime
The mere theme detectives deteetiv tive nvestigatrtime Investigate Investigatethe IDve tigat tigatUte
the strange stra death eC f the street sl = eet inspethe inspe inspei in5pEUte
i the more cota oeeauHWed Wcat i l becomes ecjomu the tb er erti ertiaifxk > t tar i isUTair
sUTair ar anc and > Hs nuntteations ra o An inrr InrJa mere as ° sslug
1
Ja number of dues indicates that thatv thaTMaY thatmay
MaY v req nNlutre ire several days yet to toSeveral t tall r i idown
down all el thorn tIK71LSeeul thornSeveral
Several ea Case CaseIn Cuera CaseIa
In aoaitJou Idoa to the Central C 1It1ll1 Offerteirdrr Offic Offictecthres Offer 1 1ta
tecthres ta notnod officers of tbe Fr F Fa Fr11r Fr11rl r rpredprt
l predprt iii which tb t tragedy ocrurr lln llna
a week aae are aloe worlrtor up upof UfIn n nmystery t tI
I mystery under 1M pertteral llU snpervis snpervisof fryii
of Major Richard Sylvester lv8tfl chi chibrougbt hif hiftOIiee f fpollee
101 tOIiee w ordered Ute iavetdigatinn bn autn autnO r roixhhcd
O oixhhcd eod eodI
I Thel The 08lllWllry that p veare mar m f f1i tbrought
brought by the ponce to tohtg cause th thblur thblurleg hr hrI
leg I of a belated beIat Inquest hi hidevelopment ODe < o odYiiITJIiMt r f fdevdopaerts
development of the Harris HarrisWhen case toL toLW1tea t L LWheat
When Harris body was ant found foundJury founda s sa
a 1Iu1let bale III the back oC the hpa heaairy hpaJIIry
Jury ws was pw sworn rn fax over the body J odyt odytwas b hwas bwas °
was never subsequently aeatI called togs toepby f flty eby
by tile Coroner who issued a aOte car cerwte carpate
pate < of suidd following l5 a short rl inns invtsgation inresgation
gation by the police policeIn policeIn
In Ute belief that tbe tberrapty amnty hol holonTer holUJMMI hole holefound =
found upon the bodlF ec < Hur > m mIti tniz
onTer some bitberto Iti undiscovered undiscoveredCentral 1 esdiscocer ed edConsul l lCeatraI
time Central JOe men today toda t9dar decide decidta df < id l
iisn ta thin tit holatM from the vemtlvps vemtlvpsHarris wtatlfSwho eelstiViswho
Harris who hrve ve rind poanswion sn on r rinaee f fshOrtJT r riee
inaee shortly Ser ML MPtk MPtkNe daani daaniKegre
KegreI Negro e 1 1lUred is eeaing eeaingNo
No I direct evidence bas yet be bet been n t fro n ntbe r Ito I Iio
io Slow that Harris had his gun gtlnthe to tothe
the night of the sbootog sboo tns The n nf ncsr ncsraapproach sr srannronch D DJlJlHda <
annronch te a confirmation tIOIa of t ttheory F FtJte8IT tltheory
theory theoryiMtid has been tt a gun afters afterssaid ft T TIII
iMtid te i be Harris was at yawned Jlawnodafter sairnedHMKnhife L
HMKnhife after the dead body wait w wagThe ft ftThe f fTIte >
The rmc nujr + ge + a who pawned that gun hasbeen has hasbeen J JlteeA
been located locatedcauoto 1ocatedon locatedTbeRes
on reporters learned today fro from oi oicetJ8Ia
Coatis of Harris that t for sense sem wpir wpirI WI WIM1or weprbr
I prior te his death be had been rece receletters Reel ReelleU81S i iletters
letters flea a Baltimore Ba woman n Son Sonof So Soor >
of o these letters Iett are a said id to t have DYEtallied sin rv rvtaiued
tallied t d deanands r for money 1DOIIeYTbe moneyThe
The reasIII who Is a marred wo woma womatieing omar omarliving ma maliviD
living ta northeast Washington Wash ttr or does doesnot doESJIOt doesnot
not believe that Harris kilted him hirrShe himShe himShe =
She lays eaanhairiB upon the fact that thathas thatbas
i has been shown WD that Harris Harm is wa was en engaged f ¬
I armed to a saloon quarr quamrl + l the ni night ntghI ht f fMs
his undoing This quarrjl quarn she blie bliete Mt Mtis 1iE 1iEis es >
I is the key to the whole situation tjon ar arher a i iI
I her husband h who also knew Ha s sintimately
I iatt intimately y holds the same belief c cw 5 5SKW = >
SKW w some of the Baltimore letters letterscetv k ttf r yceivad <
cetv ceivad d by Harris HarrisNorval Harrisorval Harristorral
Norval orval asked ked me 111 to acforrr f1 4icrom rorr f r rhim r rhi
him hi upon JI the stuniboat exr excels excasI ns i itbat
tbat Saturday night af ht she saidI said Mvr MvrviojMt f fYlOtIS P Pto
I viojMt sionser to this he had a asked ked my m your yourer yr > C Cer
er sister to accompany a pany hint hut v vwere rwere w wwere
were both unable to go It is i n nreasonable r rreasonable i ir
reasonable r nable that if Xorval intendsdkill intended intendedkill intendprlkin >
kill hntself he would h Jtav have v been n ins insing in inlUff inlaS =
laS tbat some one of r his relatives relativesshould relati relatishould relaUtshould
should take the pleasure trip wli wlihim wl wlbim a t thim
him bimQtaarrels Quarrels Witk Gids GidsIt GiDsIt Gum GumIt
It is learned rned also from this th eras erasRho COts muswho COtswho
who was a favorite relative relatl of Harr Harrthat Rarrthat Harrthat >
that two gins s had d quarreled r rHarris w wHarris wHarris
Harris becaure of of his 18 uaex unexplair uDexplal uDexplaltstts pl a i u > l lvisits ittaito
visits tstts to Bfclt BaltID9re Tore and the freque frequene frequeneWith r rwUh rwith
with w wtJda hich ne broke eagagemen engagemenwith eagagemenwith =
with his b s respective Washington Wa8bln Washingtonmirers ton ad admirers 1 d dJDlrers ¬
mirers mirersEach
Each 1 of three girls it te said ill exp expect nfWctto expectsoon c t T Ti
i soon to marry the young roun r street streetI 5tr streetspettor t tor
I peetor or Until recently neither had ha A rknewledge r rkitewiedge rkHowiedge
kitewiedge of tile existence of the m mi mte mterious
i tertous Baltimore woman woman who seems t t thave tve
have ve played such a part ta the lattr lattridays latfrdays lattrdays r
days of Harris life lifeAs litea lifeAs
As the hraeetigation 1aJo tion of the d death ath athJ of ofthe r rthe
the youns dung man progresses it is daily dailycoming daiJ V Vapparent > r
coming J apparent that lie was invoi int ni < I Iin tIR
in ln any number of V > Vf e affairs affairsI tlain tlainThe
I The r he possibility of rivals and a nd jealous Jta11 s sIOWS s s5itrws snrow8
5itrws = nrow8 IOWS apace with these lht e iji llcvent SL tc cnenes > veries veriesthis > 5 5this l
this ana wad te to be S > e invests invcstiaed ed as p s w was w l la5
as the equally baffling facts that Iltrrs Iltrrswas Hi li irrs irrswas r rwas <
was sifts from the re r r r tbat no r T1fQ T1fQKame + + w wburns w i
burns were upon his bead that thatnuin th3 t r rmall t P Pman >
mall who pavrafd pa patr d his revolv = er r hx hei l a < r nt ntbeeR t tbeen
been fwd that the participants in th thsa1noM + b bsaVvni
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