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2 THE WASHINGTON TruE 3IOXDAY 3IOXDYSEPTE3BER IOXDA Y SEPTEMBER 5 1910 <
lABOR LABOR DAY E EARE EVENTS EVENTSARE EVENTSARE
ARE BEING mmNearby ENJOYED ENJOYEDNearby
I INearby
Nearby Resorts Are Throng Thronged Thronged Thron Throned ¬
ed With Merry PleasureSeekers Pleasure Pl PleasuMSeekers asur asurSeekers
Seekers SeekersBENNING SeekersBENNING SeekersBENNING
BENNING BENNING PROGRAM PROGRAMPROVES PROGRAMPROVES PROGRAMPROVES
PROVES ATTRACTIVE ATTRACTIVECrowds ATTRACTIVECrowds ATTRACTIVECrowds
ATTRACTIVEi i
Crowds Flock to Playgounds and andBathing andBathng andBathing
Bathing Beach Draws DrawsMany DrawsAany DrawsMany
Many ManyArtisans AanyArtisans ManyAflisan
Artisans ia gal gala atttre tUre men eR of labor laborImbued r1mhJed Iabrimbued
Imbued with ttIt the quest for recreation recreationmen reeretIowomen oD oDJn
men women and children cterka cerkscais of officiais
1 ficiais na cais is everyone 8 overspread OVerpT a4 the woods woodsthronged wooc1hronSed woodsthronged
thronged the suHHtter resorts crowded crowdedthe erowdedthe crowdedThe
the street cars pressed J eseeIl aboard a t1 toe river rhrer0ats merhl rivertoday
> hl 0ats ts today t a for the mad eoBtraiy eo tralY rol rollicking roIlikmg rol1kng ¬
licking spirit of the artiMm sztiesV holiday JIoItda JIoItdawa holidaywas holtdajrwas
was wa ove the city cityFair cityFa cityFaIr
Fair Fa r weather and a ItegeriM lg breath breathrf leetc breathff
rf c Simmer in the an air the hum hu of boot bB9tre busIre bootreF5
re reF5 s stilled tiIle fqr fq twentyfew hoars boorsthat boorsthatLabor that thatwas
was 3 Labor Day DayAnd 7 MM MMAnd
And when wh n the crowds ll leave ye the plea pleaoJf p ea eajre ears I
jre rs parks oC WaaMnaton W when the theTJyriad thenyr theryriad
TJyriad nyr ad lghta are extinguished when wbelln whenlast whenthe
the n last river boat whistles for her r dock dockate dockat dockate
ate at tonight and the test aat weary w crew crewt crewtrsin
t trsin Trrs in at the car barns Labor Day Xteywill Daywill
I
> will not only be history bat will willfare WIlltaf williave
fare > seen the death of smraer for the thecsotirsion t theczcurs4on e eElCurston
csotirsion places dove today todayToday ioaayToday todyToday
Today marked also the opening of an another D Dottlr anCt ¬
other Ct ter season MM1 of o recreation as well as asrfce aMhe asIie
rfce he closing lostngo of one for th tJM thoIhoators titeatem tenJ of oft ef oft
t > r j city cit threw thr wfc wise = e their doors this thisafternoon thISsft thivSfernoon
afternoon sft rnQn and baa their regular r win winer wiater wiwter
ter er bookings
bookingsCr
Crowds Cr wds at Track
T e TnoMttsation of hibor foraes was wasspec wasI wooseet
spec I at the Benntae race track trsc me TIler1inbmR Thes mecrlantrnsaRs
s crlantrnsaRs r anmoement were there thereIIP theIeI therer
I r IIP 1P R orkincmans f rtends Ut1 tttraneed the ther tileI3l thetia
r tia < la I3l P The rush h of fast horses around aroundt rtn4U
t U e 7ondfeused onrd track sent the bloOd Woodincline bloOdn bloodto
incline n 1in to the artisans 2T artlsan s head He H a aM aMh adfiiends d dh
h friends looked on vhile athletes athletessrove au etessnw athletess
srove snw s rcve In niuscVestnaintoc mu c1e t1Rc contest he heshe heSlOte beoted
she SlOte oted ted himself hoarse when the teams teamsof t tt bearoocr
of the t le Ninth Street St Christian Church Churchand Cburebind Churchad
and the Columbia machinists walked walkedi walked1r walkedthe
i 1r or the diamond ard when the Florida Floridaotrkh Floridarich Floridacr3ch
otrkh rich Cyclone c10De was Ditted in ini spee4 spee4rs speeiess
i p ess < rs g asainst two of the fastest local JocaIl j jTiye
Tiye l E hoses ho es the tI workteKman and hid htefriord hiI5frirds hidrer1s
friord rer1s ledared that no j mere cj novel or oriinic 0 0i oct
i t iinic itJ sight h as s ever been witnessed witnessedat wi wia
at a fny 2 celebration n of labors labor s holiday holidayiST
F Fr r those who do DOt belong to the tbeT therakS
iST T rakS iKS lis of tabor many and varied < were weretfc weretho werett
tfc tho sports The marshes at Bennro Bennrowre Benam Benam0re Beaningwre
wre 0re by daybreak filled with withcN sportsmen sportsmennppmg sportzssenpflg
cN < nppmg > png upon the elusive elu flocks of ofre o ohiE ofrtes
re rtes hiE iies > s and great was the slaughter slaxMchterf
< f the innocents Innoce nt > The Potomac river riverGeorgetown liv livc riverorgetown
c Georgetown orgetown channel the Eastern Easternwere Ea3ten Ea3tenl1Ch Easternwere
l1Ch were w re dotted with canoes canoeshes canoeshes
1 hes and pleasure craft before the thesuix theE1w
suix was up
upChildrea UpChil
Childrea Chil re Celebrate CelebrateCrowds CeJe1KatefTuwds Celebrateriwds
Crowds flocked to the childrens play playBrrun llaygrrs playgris
Brrun grrs s They The were open en front fro from eay eayttomiTiS early earlyorning
ttomiTiS orning at the order of Jamow X E Wes Wesor West Westof est estof I
of the I lie Playground d Association t4oa The Thetots Th Thtots I Itots
tots io o whom whom no Joy of woodland picnic picnicrr pienicc
rr c c boating came gathered ia their theirrggcd theirTEgcd thewr I
rggcd r gg 1 trousers tr and streaked pinafores pinaforesclutch ptaaf ptaafcl1Jtrh pinsfiresc1nt1ig
clutch c1nt1ig Tis then t tr little hmch baskets a and aacIn and2T1citY d dxrudcity
xrudcity n dcity picnics pl ks w were ere the order of the thedt theI they
dt > y They I her were entirely happy in their thettind fhetcan1 j jsand
sand ind ries rjJe on the e seesaws esaws aws chutes and andt3T aDdbar andb3r
bar Games of ban were nlayed on onoLm the thegrons j jjproJB
jproJB grons oLm < s and athletic contest con were werefcela w wereAt re
fcela fcelaAt 1 f J il
At At ilt t the Bathing Beach hundreds of ofdripping ofdilping ofdripping
dripping youngsters disported in the thef thefrom theI
f > I from 7 m hi the morning until lat lattrIs late latetL latetJs
trIs tL 13 afternoon afternoont 3
At t thE Chevy C ey Chase Club the inter intercity interClt Intercit
cit city tennis match was scheduled for this thisr
r f ftM1tQn i > rnoon when the local players wilt willpet wiltT wiltrcft
T rcft pet ft tne cracks racial of the racket from f fy ni Nor 2orf Norfk Norf
f fk lc Winston will head the thetFam vtstttos vtstttostparr viottiugtan
tan and Conrad Doyle will bold the thesa die2amf theaanc
sa 2amf rne position po ttion en the th Washington play playen plyEI playerz
en
Leaders Lu en K Net t Present PresentTVie PreseAtj Presentw
TVie w j If the leaders of labor Samuel SmaeIGlP SamuelGrper4 i iGonpers
Gonpers GlP > nI president of the American AmericanT
T > raton of Labor and Frank Morrf Morrfrors Ikn1ln Xorilrcn
rors ln secretary retary of that organtsatlon Of1tIII doa were werero wereT wererc
ro T present prfM > nt at the Banning BeII celebration celebrationserr Celebrationitcy
if itcy y have been in the past the nb nbEf Eb Ebeance
serr Ef eance ante was one of the most successful successfulir
ir 1 tfir J b history story of such gatherings gatheringsMr
Mr I Gompen < Tompers today te ht Kansas City CityX Cityrexr Cityx
X to address a gathering of the laborces labor laborIc
Ic ces os and rexr Mr Morrison J is in Pttts Ptttslji Pttt Pttttwo
lji 6
ljiT T two men who head the greatest greatestf eatc
< f labor a lor > CT orgaahtations o how boweer iet er did not notlgtt DOtgt
lgtt 1 gt the celebration here and sent sentTfetngs JteIItJTft sentgr
JTft gr Tfetngs + engs lgs which were Wtt read at the begin beginiiis bqiuI
iiis I L 1 g of the events this morning morningVe lDOIDiIQe morningtrack
Ve e track events were the center of ofirtrrest oCirtrt of1rrest
irtrrest Sl > there today tQ y The committee COIIHDttt e in ini inI Iac
< I i ge or teh trotting tl ttl and pacing pad events eventsir evtlltsirhd eventsIr
ir irhd u1 U 1 J L L T Feeney Fee ey chairman John JohnB JobnK Juliac
B K toip c ipoys p05 < s Charles Chri T Smith B B F Mc McCatiily KcCaull McCaA
Catiily Caull CaA I y manager Judges J C Clasp ClaspyG CIaspG ClaspC
G s Brahler F t H H Briggs Timers Timerstpt TImersopt Timerst
tpt t opt 4 t J W Borne rDS Dr R R C Tally TallyI
I IV 1 Sales Sa1 Ls secretary retary B F XcCaully XcCaullyRace XcCaullystartmg MciuItystartjng
startmg jUUlJ5e jiske
jUUlJ5eRace
Race Program
= i1 hc IP P trotting irottIn and pacing races and the theertrans thetram thefTtrifl
ertrans tram were werert w werei re
i > 1 rt r rS t ra raceFree race ce Free for w all alL Thot or pace paceiass paeelaSS paceIa
laSS Ia sS HaJfmtle heats three ta eve ttvej 1IYeV
j 1 V Chase trotter trcKter trotterGeorge George Goodacre GoodacreM GoodeereMss
M Mss I1 = AT Cola pacer pacerPeter ctrPeter Peter Loftusi Loftusiand Lottusi tt1Is tt1Isand
i I and BlacJr pacer pacerM erK M Morris MorrtiiI
1 Rock ok paeerBdwanI pacer Kdward Daniels Danielsidtiood Daaielst
t Lj idtiood h t VOOd ood pacer pacerJ J D Bowling Bowlingt
0 t > ond nd 4 race raeerJoot iaceTrotting Trotting elas eI HaWmOe HaWmOeiat HalfDlllea Naifmilethree
iat a < three In JIVe JIVeJool1T evet ve vetie
t > tie e Jonn Jool1T T T I W 7 Dlllunrortlt DlllunrortltIrka Dnnworthra > nv worth worthii
ii Irka rfcu ra J jfei1erI Jtorris Jtorris6ie orrisfeIfTtI
6ie feIfTtI < lerd Boy ao oJ W Oowplas DotIr1tIagTj LowptaI j jIvuri
I Tj Ivuri l 11 Avw J 1 WIHiams WIHiams5iTP Wililamoipy i iy
5iTP < ipy y > Stev SteveHarry t Harry HaJs Haight Haightt it itjS
jS t ro J i J W i LonnIng LonnIngt O Otwn xUng xUngI
I twin t V fl Bay 3 x Op 091teDheir 091teDheirr4i enhei r ri
y i race r4i rdcePaclRg Padnx R class Halfmile Jla1f1eJ Halfmilehr
J hr r f iu h ATe ireV 1 i iV
r V igins igiCSnlaU lW PAd Steubeir Steubeirk
k Patches D J McCarthy McCarthybin MccarthyBees tIay tIayhin
bin Hood JavfJts Bro Brovari Bees BIOdIad Beesar
vari ad ar Wilkes YUk Jr J F Lillard LUlarj IA1IF1rry
j 3 rry Madden Mad J K R Bowling Bowlingrv Bewll Bewllr Buwlinrv
rv r Trarey GL JL R Rv Kraomer KraomerVif K eme emeIi
Vif v Ii r Xancy nnq uuC C W Dswiter Dswiterr
r > cercra cP pre r ra E E W Miller MillerTrincepts MillerT5rincepts
1 Trincepts Frank TibbetU TibbetUred TltobetLli Tibbetterd
i red d V jlkes ilkesGoesge < 3 oiae L L Cckstadt Cckstadthree OckortadtThree CCLsIdLI
Three I hree h ree Irises were w < 1t awarded in eaca eacare mcciY C1 C1or
re or All 11 mst and second prizes were wer werH werevt i ivtr
vtr H r cup cups u and third prize valuable valuableI
1 rcian4i r rcandtae ian418f
ian418fM2n1
Many at Bathe BatkiYh BatheWh I IWhie
Whie iYh i e no pioaiam was arranged at atte att attt
te t bathing I > a thing beach 1MoadI and no acquatie acquatiep a at
p f frt f S < scheduled today was s one of the therost theJ thenst
rost = J nst t < n 1cCCee5Ol ccoasfnl daysof daYSof the season at atte at1f ate
te e Mtyg tYtII g recreation baths lias When fbea the thegate tbeaH theat
gate aH at were thrown open at 7 oclock oclockir odotkt oeloect
ir t < r > rss gs cf small boys were eagerly wait waitTZ waltand waitr
TZ r and soon alter women began to toST toPToar torpar
ST PToar > rrar By W oclock o clock there were more moretitan JaOIeti morea
titan ti an a t 300 Ofl fair bathers taking advantage advantager
r I tff t pools This afternoon there were weredred wertT wererre
T rre Cort than 1 l ID Ute pools aDd hun IUIIed hunC
dred C ed reds of visitor and spectators Used Usedtie IU linedt
tie U t e edges of the tank tankDr taDkDr tankPr
Dr W C B B JI Hndoon hi cbaree of ort the thet thebtn
t btn thtrtc t ms beach sw e id todaY that he IL k ° would wouldShooT Wealdep euld euld1ev
1ev ep the DCOIR ea util tll Ute Utehool tfsMe tsr tsrhOCl
ShooT hool to begin beginHrailziae beginfuitiD beginrieatzinc
Hrailziae that maay children had no nocti DO DO01Jnunlt aooDrtunlty
cti 01Jnunlt n unity to today < ay to escape from the theI theI
I
I E ENGLISH GLISH SOCIAL WORKER AT MONTREAL
i
FATHER BERNARD VAUtrHAW VAUtrHAWOf
Of L Ieat19u ad H One of the Speakers at Ole Eucharistic Congress Is Receiving ReceivingMarked Receivinglarkecl ReceivingMarked
Marked Attention From the Prelates
city to nearby woods Jam JZea s E E Westhi WEst1 West Westin
in charge of the Washington Wasldn OIl play piaygHMMds 1 playgrounds la
grounds oider 4 them kepi ooen ooenihronKhoot ooeAT osenihrouhout
T ihronKhoot the Jay y At the Roaedale RoaedalePtaygroond R RPIa RoedalePlayground
Playground PIa Seventeenth SeT h and Kra KraaDd irametstreOts Kramer Kramerstreets
streets northeast and Jid at the teWWD George Gcoiaeicwn Georgetwo
two Playground Thirty TIairtfinlrQa < onrth and Q Qwere Qrefts Qetreeta
etreeta refts JIOItInv SI L arTangelaeOt arTangelaeOtwere Il 1 4 4Inre
were made lor Gr the entertainment eDt ril 1t o Pfcr Pfcrnic pie wIeJlk pienk
nic parties and maze tots accossmmJed accossmmJedby acl I Iby
by their narents took advantage ad advants it thtearrangement this thisarrangement le let
arrangement t for a basket et limch 1 te in the theopen UteopfJL theo9en
open openThe
opfJLThe The attendance at all of the P llaY llaYItOft1Mh p157roittmds T Tgro
gro ItOft1Mh roittmds nd > was much greater rcatcr tcr toi today y than thantor UIaIItor tUfor
tor many days daysLABOR da daysLABOR s sLABOR
LABOR HOLDS SWAY SWAYIN SWAYIN SWAYIN
IN BALTIMORE CITY CITYBALTIMORE CITYBALTIXORE CITYBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE Sept Lahor Tk TkGovernor Day Daywa Daywas
wa gnesally 17 otI observed ed IJI IJIGoVer Baltimore BaltimoreGovernor
Governor or Crothera Crotheradaring odamation tioIa 4Ie 4Iethe do dodaring
daring the day y a legal bofiday belklayQSI te i pge pgeagmiltiosi < ee eeosnition
osnition of the toilers wa was met with withSP withntbUsISOm wtthenthusiasm
enthusiasm SP The ann annworkers anneal pomade e tile tilekers theworkers
workers was dispensed with with and in inits iDtt inha
its stead numerous ouUn outings and rte rteolcxwere kIrwete cnkn cnknWere
were b held bekITIlle heldThe WL s sTbe
The local unionists tad d a ciajantic ciajanticat i mtic mticpicnic
1 picnic at Electric Pat PmtL MdfcjMatty MdfcjMattyy
h J ay may y e be atafted alod that rQHwaafeaal rQHwaafeaalcudWai la1 la1weft oooicandidates
cudWai candidates were oa hand aad and aft aftI made madetb modetstockprossideA
tb tstockprossideA stock promfce promfcenstHotioi
o I id idnstItut1ono
nstHotioi we wwe peat ti ben4laf ben4lafThe nn < lri I ITbe > Mh MhThe
The little IItt ones OD were entertafawd en enteit w w1II8nIHT a amanner amanner
manner that made their littl little littleglad littIglad hearts heartsgrlad
glad There were tbe usual extra exuaattllUtioas spott spotting opsiilug ¬
lug attractions attractionsTHOUSANDS attllUtioasTHOUSANDS attractionsTHOUSANDS
THOUSANDS IN LINE LINEIN LI LINEIN E EIN
IN THE SMOKY CITY CITYPrrTSBURG CITYPrTTsPG
I
PrrTSBURG Sept 5 STea Ten thou thousand Haousaa4 thousaud ¬
sand men today participated part ipated ii l the theLabor theLabor theLabot
Labor Day parade the largest held heldbore heldbere heldhere
bore ia years ns Later the marchers at attended atteadd attended ¬
tended tbe dedication of the new newLabor newIaI newLabor
Labor temple where Frank Morrison Morrisonsecretary Morrio1IteCIetary Morrisonsecretary
secretary of the American Federation Federationof FeleratfollofLabor FeieratlonofLabor
of ofLabor Labor John K K Tener Republican Republicancandidate Republleaneai RepublicancandtdatC
candidate eai for governor govenaorer of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PeDBaIYallta Fennaylvanla ¬
vania Yallta and others spoke spokeAt spokeAt spokeAt
At Green GreeJl8bu Greensburg bnrg today tocJa leO strik striking strUIlab striklag ¬
lab miners marched through the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets as a demonstration against againstthe againstthe alnst alnstthe
the coal operators who have refused refusedto
to arbitratePARADES arbitrate arbitratePARADES arbltmtePARADES
PARADES LACKING LACKINGON LACKINGON LACKINaON
ON CHICAGO STREETS STREETSI
I
I CHICAGO Sept 5 iLabor Labor Day was wasparadeleas wooa
a paradeleas 4ele one in Cbeago tbe load loaders Joea4en leadera ¬ I
ers having voted down that feature featureof teatareof featureof
of past years y 2 > en the question questionwas queJttloawas questionwas
was pjit zt to union men they said they ttejrwere tlMywere theywere
were tired spending the entire day on ontbe oathe usthe
the streets and besides the expense expensewas expeDMwas expensewas
was too great greatThere greatThere greatThere
There were field Id meets and sporting sportingevents spertlllgnts sportingevents
events nts for the sport rt loving popula population popalatlon populaties ¬
ties and plcnicsand oratory for oth others otbers 0thera ¬
ers In all the suburbs the union unionmen unionmen
men paraded as usual usualITCHES U1 usualMATCHES < ual ualMATCHES I
MATCHES HOE RENEWED
GONmTIONS GOOD
Firing Opens With Iit New Jer Jersey Jersey Jersey ¬
sey Team Tyro TyroMatch TyroMatch TyroS
Match MatchSEA Matchs MatchGrRT
S
SEA s GIRT 1C J L Sept Ev 5TIIe Tbe Did District DItrtet Didtriet ¬
trict inaihsmen DI marlcsm at tHe touraameat of ofth lUte ofthe
th Ute Mw Jersey JsrseyJ Peunii Penmylvunla > I HsnlK and aDd iel New NewYork NewYork I ew ewi
i York associations S Pcla this morning for the thefirst tbea11lt thehint
first tiMe took tile bulls MdIgtuNIer under rstdess rstdessshooting rstelnmFiring l le
shooting eoaditions eoaditionsFiling e
FIring opened at S oclock In the New NewJersey NewJ NewJersey
Jersey Company team tyro match five fivejhots
jhots 5 at 280 and SW yards for teams oC oCthree eCthree ofthree 1
three the members of which have not notbeen DOtbeen notbeen
been on a winning team at t a national nationalor tioaal tioaalor
or New Jersey meeting before we this year yearOf yearOf yearof
Of the eight teams hi o die e race Company CompanyK
K K oC the 3eve 5eYeiltyAnt ty rst New York York led tedm ledba ledin
m ba the first stage wtth followed fOUO by byCompany byCompany
Company L L L Fourth New Jersey with withO witha withCompany
O a Company G of tbe Second District DistrictIwas Districtwan
Iwas wan sfccteh with withComnpan7 58 58Company iiII
Company Gs G score was w Lieutenant LieutenantWerrick LieutenantWeiTick
Werrick 24 2 9 Sergeant rgeant Correll IS ISPrivate ISPrivate
Private Joynes 2 2Other e eOther OOther
Other matches included in todays todayscard today todaycard todayscard
card are the the Pennsylvania P8ftDsYI nla Rifle Asso Association AssoeiatJoa Assoelation ¬
elation imivMual range match matc the theofficers theotneers theofficers
officers and Inspectors II1 peetors at lWW yards yardsaad yardsaad yardsand
aad the Spencer contests fifteen fteen shots shotsat shotsat shotsat
at 129 1ee yards telescopic sight Fi iht t shots shotsallowed shotsaUowecl shotsal1owed
allowed which Colonel Winder lnder of ofOhio orObio ofOhio
Ohio took last year and Captain CaptainCrokson Capta1taCfoksea CaptalaCeokson
Crokson eight years ago agola ago1i
la Pennsylvania meeting match which whichCapt whichCapt whichcapt
Capt Charles F Silvester SUnt < r of New NewJersey XewJersey NewJersey
Jersey won with 46 the District score scorerwere scorewere scorewere
were TJeut Lj ut Col ol V E Harvey it itLteut 47Liout f7Lteat
Lteut L A A Clauseli 4a Lieut C G GGardner GGaldDer GGardner
Gardner G 1 IJeut J t Cot G B Young YoungPrivate 43 43Private GPrkat
Private A R R Fehr Fehr4L 41 41t
t
ARRAIGN FlANt FLANNERY FLANNERYIN ERY I Im
IHSHOOTiNGCASE1 IHSHOOTiNGCASE1Released m SHOOTiNG CASE CASEReleased CASEReleased
Released on Bond for Fur Further Further Further ¬
ther Hearing on Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day Next
Lot Flannery a wellknown sculptor seulpterIa sculptorwas j jwas
was arraigned ta Police Court today todav on onoC oncIaaz ona
a charge oC shootr abootrg g g and seriously seriouslywoundteg erJ seriouslywomidg u aw
woundteg w Jack JKk Owens Ow a negro last lastnteht 14mt lastnight
night t in the yard about his workshop workshopDelaware workshopDelaware workshopDelaware
Delaware avenue and B street reet south southwest soathW8It southwent ¬
west and t be e case was 1 oo continued to toFriday toFriday
Friday 7 next rextHe He waa released on bund bundAccording cLACCOCdu bondAccording
According A t Flannery he saw w the thenegro theJIeCIO thenegro
negro ta the yard and asked him what whathe whatbe whathe
he wanted waIIU4 Instead of replying repI the thenegro tbetile thenegro
negro dashed through the weeds eeda aecord according aecordt aecordlag ¬
lag to t Flanncry who said lei he first tired 1tredseen nredseveral tiredseveral
several shots a aft t r the fleeing man but butdid buti butdid
i did not know ow that be hit him himOwens himOw
Owens 0 wW found near Second and andCanal andl andcanal
l Canal stiteta eola southwest aeutb eet with a bullet bulletboMr tJuI tJuIr bulletbol
r boMr bol ta hid II bade badeihe e Dan havIng vtng peas
54 tIa tbroh tI body aDd come out oa oatile onthe
1 tile left leftIIde 1Me He HeaU had run frm P Flea Flaahaustkra FIeJIlid Fleanerys
nerys home lid ha41 bed ftllen lien frees ex exI enhaustlon
haustkra and the loss of bIo btoedWhen dWben bleedben
I When ben the Fourth precinct station stationheard stat10RheanI stationbeard
heard of the shooting Lieut Lleute Lieutenant Lieutenantl5iatbers enaat enaatFlatbers aDtFIatIMrs
Flatbers and PoJcemen Grant and andHeatbcotto adHeAthcoCtr andHethcott
Heatbcotto went to Flaonerys work workRlillB workabop workshop
shop and oIated 43Ced him under arrest arrestTRMNTURNS arrestTRAIN
TRMNTURNS TRAIN TURNS TURTLE TURTLEi TURTLEfflJNNING
I RUNNING RlillB HIGH SPEED SPEEDOne SPEEDf SPEEDPassenger
i
f
One Passenger Killed and andSeveral andSeveral andSeveral
Several Hurt on Illinois
Central CentralGALENA CentralGA CentralGTItLENA
GALENA GA A TM Ill S Sept pt 5 IHlBols IHl ols Cen Central Central Cmitral ¬
tral passenger IiRger train No i bound bo Rd from fromChicago irGlftCbka80 fromchicago
Chicago to Omaha was wrecked near nearhere 1IWCUHIre seere
here e today todayOne tedayODe todayOne
One ODe person is reported killed and ser severU se seeM serertI
erU others injUred injaredThe injUredibe InjuredThe
The train is said to have fta e jumped the thetrack theuack thetr
track tr and turned turtle while ruiMtiB rulNtlRb rulNtlRbat renataat r rat
at a high rate Of speech in an endeavor endeavorto
to make up lost time when the accidentoccurrtd accidentoccutrect accident accidentoccurred
occurred occurredKEENES occurrtdIEENES occutrectKEENES
KEENES CONDITION CONDITIONIS COr DITION DITIONIS
IS NOT IMPROVED IMPROVEDLEXIXGTON IMPROVEDLEXI IMPROVEDLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON LEXI GTOX Ky Sept 5 gThere gTherewas There Therewas hero heroas
was as no improvement today toda in the con condition condition conditiOs ¬
dition of James R Keene millionaire millionairefinancier millionaireADaDder millionairetinancler
financier and turfman who is ill with withpneumonia withpJleUllOll withpneumonia
pneumonia pJleUllOll at t tue l e Good Samaritan SamaritanHospital SamaritanI1espita1 SamaritanHospital
Hospital here On O account of his ser seventythree S6 S6tthre serentythrtt ¬
entythree tthre years the physicians physl lans ro rogKrd r rprd rihis
gKrd his condition eoAd tion fts serioui seriouiKeene serlou serlouKMA8 serlouKeeno
Keene came ne to Lexington Saturday Saturdayevening Sarur Saturdayevening ay ayeYeaIu
evening < accompanied a RlpaRiei1 only on by D his hisvalet IdsYaJet hisvalet
valet with the Intention of visiting visitingtbe 1sIUnIdie visitingthe
die Castleton stock > tock farm farmFIRE farmFIRE fernFIRE
FIRE LOSSES GREAT GREATTAKOMA GREATTAKOA GREATTAKOMA
TAKOMA Wash 3 5mpt rpt pt S 5Mere 5Meretllan LMorethan Mere Merethan
than 1A4 ltiOI acres of forest land was wasswept wawept wa waswept
swept by the recent fires In westernWasbi1llton westernWashington western westernWashington
Washington according to the report reportof reportor reportof
of State Fire Warden War en Simons madei madetoday made madetoday
i today to Of this tract only onefifth r ri re remains C Cmains
i mains standing Ing Six hundred thou thousand thoni thoutand ¬
i sand dollars were spent by the State Stateia Statei Stateis
i ia flghtntg the tb fire and an almost almosteoua 1mostI almostequal
I equal eoua ual amount by 1 byprivate private owners ownersREV ownersI ownersREV
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REV MR MR BENSON RETURNS RETURNSThe RETURNSThe
I The Rev F T Benson of the Jthcde JthcdeIsland JUtodelaJaD41 thode thodeisland I
Island Avenue Methodist Protestant ProtestantChurch Prot ProtestantChurch tnt tntI
I Church to In town today after a vaca vacation vacalion ¬
tion of a month on the Eastern Shore Shoreof ShtlreI Shoreof
I of Maryland He savs sap that the crops af afmelons f fI fmelons
melons and vegetables etbIes In that section sectionare secUonare i iare
are excellent this year but that the ihefarmers thefarmers he hetarmenr
I farmers are having difficulty in selling sellingtheir sellin sellinI sellingtheir
their produce p e at a profit pr t on account of ofextremely ory ofextremely
extremely y large amount raised raisedBABY raisedBABY raise raiseBABYEXCEEIDS
I BABY BABYEXCEEIDS EXCEEDS 15 POUNDS POUNDSFRANKLIN POUNDSFRAfKLIN POUNDSFRANKLIN
FRANKLIN Pa Sept 5 iA A girl baby babyweighing babyI babyweighing
weighing 1 Ji pounds and 14 ounces has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
I been born to Mr and Sirs Michael J JMcGfnty II JMeGInty
I McGfnty The weight was taken on onaccurate onI onaccurate
accurate scales by Dr H H P Hammond Hammonda
a leading l physician of Franklin who whosavs whosays whosays
I savs says he believes this a roc rorprd > rd for girls girlsin girlsin girlsin
in any civilized country
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CHURCH PilGRIMS PilGRIMSOVERT PILGRIMSOVERTAXMONTREAL
OVERT OVERTAXMONTREAL OVERTAXMONTREALQuestion AX MONTREAL MONTREALQuestion
Question of Sheltering Eu Eucharistic Eucharistic Eucharistic
charistic Multitudes Be Beconles Becoirtes Beconies
conies coirtes Serious Problem i iMOICTRBAL
4 4MOREAL 4MONTREAL
MONTREAL Quebec ec Sept S 5 LTv0 LTv0cardinals Zro Zrocardinals 0 0earolJNl1s
cardinals fifty fty archbishops and aDdbishops andbishops 281 281bishops
bishops took part hi the masses in the theCatholic theCatllollc theCatholic
Catholic churches this morning whenspedal wheniedai when whenspecial
special iedai prayers were offered o er up for the thesuccess thesueetUIS thesticeess
success of the Eucharistic Congress Congresswhich Congresswhich
which opens tomorrow tomorrowIt tomorrowIt I
It is estimated e that 15 151 l5SlII OM attended the theservices tlJeservlceB thesccre
services servicesCardinal servlceBCar1Ra1 sccre sccreCardinal
Cardinal Lugue in spite Of f hir h hI eisttty eistttyyears elbh OIShtIyears 1
years eer is S laboring almost t coaUnuourty coaUnuourtyto eoRt1noUtc iY iYto y yto
to make the congress eo a success successThe SUCCeSSThe
I
The question of housing the crowSs eroo crovs s is isbe isb isbeomntag
be b beomntag oa 4nK DJt serious a as hotels hot 1s and boarding boardinghouses Bt boardInghouses ardlng
houses are practically all filled Some Somewho Samewho Somewho I
who came yesterday ye tenlat from fro New York Yorkleft YorkI Yorkleft
left I Ct at night for Niagara and Toronto Torontoand Torontoand I
and gave up the congress as 5 they tile could couldget couldget
get no place to stay stayFather stayFather ty tyFather I
Father Bernard Vaugban the noted notrdEnglish nottiEngHsb notedEngish
English settlement worker to bel befcshovtn g gshon gshonn
shovtn marked attention atte ttoa by all the thaprelates theprelateli I Iprelates
prelates prelateliFro
Program Fro gram of the Week WeekThe Week WeekThe WeekThe
The congress eo will test a week The Thechief Thechler Thechief
chief features will be the ecclesiastical ecclesiasticalreception ecclesla3UcaIreception ecclesiasticalreception
reception of the cardinal t legate by byMgr ey eyMgr y yMgr
Mgr Bruchesi ami the assembled prel prelates prelates prelates ¬
ates representing df dIJCKM wse eowntries at atSt atSt atSt
St James Cathedral the civic wet weicome welcome wetcome
come at the city bail the i ontmcal nontlilcalmass ontmcalmass tllkal tllkalrnass
mass in the open air at th t the foot cf cfMt crKt efMt
Mt Royal Ro and the public preeoaeton preeoaetonthrough proesselonthrough oD oDthrough
through the streets of Montreal which whichwill wblchwill whichwill
will be tbe crowning erow IneMnnt of the thecongress theconeu thecoireas
congress congressThe coneuThe coireasThe
The cardinal legate will carry the theEucharist theEuchar1 theEucharist
Eucharist ta this processIon loa Fifty Fiftythousand Ftttythou Fiftythousand
thousand ancl loyal CatboBcs will partidnate partidnateIn
In this t public mantfestatton of fakh fakhand fLIhand
and the indications are that twice GI GInumber that OaatnKIDMr thatnumber
number will line the four miles milesstreets m eIJ or orstreets ofstreets
streets over which the pilgrims ms wilt wHtmarch wtllmaldl wiltmardi
march to Mt lit Royal JtoyaJCity Royalcity
City and provincial officials of ciaJ attired In Inthe Inthe
the robe of o their office will march in inthis Inthis inthis
this spiritual cavalcade ca aleAk The Duke of ofNorfolk eCXortolk ofNorfolk
Norfolk 3tr r Wilfrid Lawri Launer r azd tJ oUttr 4tJ 4tJdistinguished ° u r rdistingutahed
distinguished lay Catholics will apt t as asescort JIe asescort
escort to the Popes representative representativert repre ttatIYe ttatIYeTbe
The Valted States will have an import important important
ant pan rt In this hunt ceremony ceremonycfcty ClnAODyDetegations cereutoflYDelegations
Delegations from t Holy Name Se Sec1ty Sockty
cfcty and conferences of the St St Vin Vincent VIncent Viacent ¬
cent de Paul Society are expected from fromnearly tromDearly fromnearly
nearly every ecclesiastical eeclnla 1 province in inAmerica inAmerica inAmerica
America The Catholic Club of New NewYork w wYork WYork
York which has on its list laymen and andpriests a9d a9dpr1e apdpriests
priests t from every every State In the Union Unionwill VnlODwtll Unionwill
will teed the delegations from the theStates theStates theStates
States Two hundr hundrtrain he hundred Jldred memberS of this thisdub thisclub
dub will leave New ew York OR a special speclaltraJa specialtrain
train on September Sept S SPalace S SPalace SPalace
Palace far Prelates PrelatesCanadas Prelatesea Prelatescaada
Canadas ea as s grand old W man Ix TonI TonIStraucca LordStratbcesa rd rdthe
Straucca 11M plae6l1 ed his 1011 tea a house houseas
8 a JodpJag OdPifl for tIOIIIIe eC the dtetin dtetingobmed tiA80bIbecl dietingued
gobmed prelates reltea This teo Is ORe e of the theftaest tbeAae thenest
Several Severalarchbishops Sever1arellbl Secettilarchbishops
ftaest nest nataces p aces N ta Montreal
archbishops arellbl bops are staying there during uriDC
tile cngre cngreThh I IThItI
ThItI Is Ala example of the attitude or orJIODCadMIlcs ofnoncatbulles
nonCatholics generally tc ThewAJte TIM public 1IGbIIcsIons s see seesbus j jtan
sIons tan of o1tbe the icona 1CO coflesS eai at which die 411coune diecourom w wCatholics
coune win be delivered Q prominent prOMlDeAtCathellcs prominentCatholics
Catholics clergy eI and laymen from tnNII0U8 van varouacowntrtf vanens
0U8 ouacowntrtf COUII countries will be heW to public pwbUcTbe p publichails blk blkhalls
halls theaters and the up n rehurebes rehurebesThe urdws urdwsThe
The chief hief speakers at the principal principalCardinal urincipaceremonIes I IeeRJDODIa
ceremonIes will be the erdinal l leate leateCa leratecardinsi
Ca Cardinal Oibbor iI Arcbbtebop op GtenconAbbe Gtencon GleDc1Arch GlenciaArChbOP
Arch ArChbOP QCGI NIl IIgr l He Hebbe elan te teAbbe
Abbe bbe Dtechesne DiI FIIttu FIIttuVaodJaa wr r Borord BorordYaaehaa BsrurdVaunhen
Yaaehaa Mgr Tronchrt the Rev R A AP 10P AP
P Doyle tM Re R Rev T Dr > r Lambi La Lambinc aWR B the theKer tileRe theRet
Ret Re Dr Lambert Igr > fer Bo Bourn r e Mase MaseFavsttn KmeFauetlD MgieFaustin
Favsttn and Anna T Sadlter The sea sesVANNUTELLI 8fSsioas seaMoos
Moos will be conducted in French aDd aDdEag andEnglish
Eag English EnglishVANNUTELLI Jk JkVAN
VANNUTELLI VAN UTELLI TO PAY PAYVISIT PAXL PAXLVISIT PAYVISIT
VISIT TO IRELA IRELAMINKEAPOLJS IRELAND IRELANDXD IRELA4D IRELA4DMINNEAPOLiS
MINNEAPOLiS XD LJs Minn Sept 5 5Cardinal 5 5CanUnai 5Cardinal
Cardinal Vannntelii papal legate to totbe totM tothe
the Eucharistic Congress a at Montreal Montreala MORtrea1eaaa MontrealCanada
eaaa Canada It was learned today will pay payVIsit paya
a VIsit to Archbishop Ireland after the thecongress thecoagre thecoagrese
congress adjourns adjournsHOB adjournsHEIR adjournsHEIR
HEIR TOTllR TOTllRLyles TOI TO THOUSANDS THOUSANDSACCUSED HOnSANOSACCUSED
ACCUSED OF THEFTLyles THEFT THEFTLyles
Lyles MacGruder In Police PoliceCourt PoliceCourt PoliceCourt
Court Charged With
Stealing 44 44lOTtes 44 44I 44Lyles
lOTtes I les 3acG j ttacGu4er 4er was in Pence Court Courttoday Courttoday Courttoday
today charged with the theft of W4 W4from Wfro tl tlfrom
from fro Miss Cora B Eo WMheJm a stenog stenographer tenograpDer stenogreplier ¬
replier employed la the Department of ofCommerce orCOIItnteree ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor and his case was wascontinued waseentlnU waseontinued
continued ed ten t days daysMacGruder dysaeGnlder daysMacCruder
MacGruder and the young woman womanboarded womanDoAmd womanboarded
boarded at MM Massachusetts avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest
northwest and the money which was ras in inan inan inan
an envelop and In her trunk is I alleged allegedto
to have been stolen Friday night The Thepolice TheJOIIee Thepolice
police claim that MacGruder confessed confessedto
to t the theft and returned i 9 of the theraoney theroOfteY themosey
mosey raoneyFrieods roOfteYFrle moseyFriends
Friends of MacGruder M eGruder who is twenty twentyyears twentyyears twentyyears
years old say m that he is heir to an es estate estate ¬
tate valued at upwards of 575000 5OO and andthat andtJut andthat
that he Kill n toiierit 1edt the fortune next nextwl nextytar nextyear
year under the tfro8 of his mothers motherswill
will wl It also is s assorted a ted that he Is de descended desee descedtl ¬
scended see ed from the Marshall family of ofVirginia orVIrginia ofVirginia I
Virginia his maternal ancestors ance tQS having havingben hayingthe havinghelen
ben the Marshalls of Marshall HalL HalLIn HalLIn HallIn
In default d r1Ullt of bond MacGruder spent spentSunday spentSUDday spentSunday
Sunday night In jail and was wa remanded remandedback remandedback remandedbeck
back to Jail this morning However Howeverhis Howeerbi Howeverhit
his friends s expect eq ed to obtain o his release releaseRAINS releaseRAINS releaseRAINS
RAINS DAMAGE CROPS CROPSDANVJLT CROPSDAl CROPSDANVJLL
DANVJLT DAl Lrp l1 Vf v Sept S 5Much 5MuchdlRge Much Muchdamage Muchdamage
damage has > een done Io e to the corn cornand cornUld cornand
and tobacco toba opt ops op l li y the heavy rains rainsin rainsia rainshi
in the last ten ew days many acres of oflowground orlowground oflowground
lowground corn betas hef3 uprooted Thewater 1hewater The fhewater
water did considerable consl era > Ie damage at the thecotton thecotton thecotton
cotton mills mills6OQoo millS60QOO
6OQoo 60000 DOG DEAD DEADLONDON DEADLONDO DEADLONDON
LONDON Sept 5 iThree Three weeks after afterbeing afterbeing afterbeing
being valued at SM diOO 0fr which sum his hisowner hisowner hisowner
owner refused for him Dick Stein said saidto saidto
to have been beo n the finest bulldog In the theworld theworld theworld
world Is dead from a peculiar diseaseA disease I IA I IA
A specialist i st in canine diseases says he hehas hehas hehas
has never before had brought to his hisattention hisattentiou I
attention a similarly affected animal animalHECHT animalr animalHECHT
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HECHT COMPANY i i25Qh
I 25Qh 25 ° Off Entire Stocks of offurniture ofiD
iD furniture floor Coy Coverings Coyerrngs
erings errngs and Draperies this month monthI monthno I
I no exceptions ce tions whatever
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MARYLAND TROOPS TROOPSCONTRACT TROOPSCONTRAcTTYPHOID
CONTRACT CONTRAcTTYPHOID CONTRAcTTYPHOIDScore 1 1Score TYPHOID
Score of Officers and Pri Privates Priyates Priyates
yates Down DownVith DownVithDiseast With WithDisease WithDiseast
Diseast DiseaseWhile DiseastWillie DiseastWhile
While there is sane Iltti little doubt aa a ato 8 8to
to the origin of r tlt tile outbreak of ty typhoid typhold ¬
phoid fever among th mon of the thefirst th theFirst
Battalion Battli n Comptuiy A A Corps < of ofEngineers ofEngineers
Engineers E stationed tatl R d at Washington WashingtonBarracks WashingtonBarracks
Barracks tfc the general opinion M that thatc tbatthe thatthe
the CODt1 contagion R it > the result It oC Ute r rcent no nocent
c cent at Gettysburg encampment encaratHnentThis encampmentrrhis encampmentThis
This conclusion co cluafo is borne out by JI th tile thefact
1 fact that t t more than a a score of pit privates prtYAtes pitYates ¬
YAtes and officers of tile Fo rortl rth and andFifth aa4FIrth andFifth
Fifth Maryland Regiments who bo en encantped
cantped at Gettysburg with the regu regulars reiUltave ragulana ¬
lars have developed tyfboid Tbs TbsMaryiaaders Jb JbMsolanders fhMarylanders
Marylanders trace the be disease dl directly directlyto
to the encampinent encampinentThe encampment encampmentThe
The only doubt that Is cast upon th thorigin the theorigin
origin arises Horn tll I the fact that the first firsttwo ttwo flrattwo
two cases at the Washington a blnctOll Barracks Barrackaflld BarrackSdid
1 did not develop till eleven days after afterthe afterthe
the return of the corps The best medi medical medical 1 1cI ¬
cal authorities have agreed so it was wasstated w wMated wasstated
stated at the War Yr Department today todaythat tod7that todaythat
that ten days is the maximum time for fortyphoid fortypbold fortyphoid
typhoid bacillus to incubate incubateWhile lacubateWb11e IncubateWhile
While the presence of the disease at atthe atthe atthe
the barracks is admitted at the War WarDepartment WarDeJMIrtmellt WarDepartment
Department it is not snfncieni to en encouruee encoura encourage
courage coura alarm aWn Department of officiate 0 011claJs oflicials ¬
ficiate Bay Everything Dg possible is being bd bddone
done to prevent the spread they add addwill acW acW8DcI addexpected
8DcI t Is Dot expected that an epIdeMic epidemicSix
will follow followSix
Six wtHldenaed w ldefiJWd cases of typhoid typhoidamong typboklamong typhoidamong
among soldiers are now being treated treatedThey treatedTJMy treatedThey
They are hi the Walter Reed ReedOrIctDlIy Hosptta HospttaOriginally H1a1Originally
Originally two cases appeared It Italtogether Is Isaltogether
altogether possible po po lbie for or these two to tohave tohave tohave
have infected the others as asofnciate ansumine ansumineofildals
ofnciate at the department eoat eoatthat eoatthat eontm eontmthat 1
that the germs erma were not brought 1 here herefrom bentromGettYJlb herefrom
from romGettYJlb romGettYJlbAn Gettysburg GettysburgAn
An Isolation camp has been eaaW euabUeti estmbUafc estmbUafced eaaWed
ed at the barracks where aU members membersof
of the company are taken the mhrate mhratethey mbmtethey udnutethey
they show the slightest t symptom In Indicating mdteattAg Indicating ¬
dicating typhoid The Th temperature temperatureevery t4Mperatureevery of ofevery
every man in the battalion ta taken takeneach takeAeach takeneach
each morning morningUp morRIIIV morningUp <
Up V p to this time the disease to conftaed conftaedto
to company Other companies of the thebattaiion tMbattaJiota thebattauIOnhave
battaiion battauIOnhave have not been affected This Thisrather TbII Thisrather
rather indicates JIMtieat that the source u of the thetrouble t ttrouble thetrouble
I trouble hi not la the barracks To Toke TokeOf make makesurf mokesure
surf of this th the hosoital chemists heml of ofthe ofJUte
the barracks are analyzing the water waterand waterand
JUte and making other examinations tlons at the theprt tilept thept
prt prtThe pt ptThe
ptThe The nrst case developed on August 34 34This K
This was W ll just eleven days after the bat battalton t ttallcn
1 talion returned from Gettysburg As Assoon B800n Assoon
soon as other cases began to appear appearan appearan appearan
an epidemic threatened tbre81 and the Isola i801awas ¬
tion was ordered onkredCONTINUED orderedCONTINUED
CONTINUED WARM WARMSAYS WARMSAYSFORECASTER
SAYS SAYSFORECASTER FORECASTER
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work In Itsaa Its moat Inimitable and unpleas unpleasant uupieasat ¬
ant style Thats the reason for the un unreasonably 1IJIWT unienaosabij ¬
reasonably WT warm weather wtdcIafor which for two twodays twoda twodays
days da has made e Washington w about as ascomfortable ISeomtonaDie ascandortable
comfortable as a a Turkish bath 8aIAM bothAnd bathAnd
And furthermore furttermore unless md unle s there is 1 a anml aweak abreak
weak ill the t iepeitre rat1He red soon soonbroken 88ORthere SUO SUOthere
there MelDS to be eftIt e prabl3tti tJad tJadall thetal
all al reeorel for Seatemiber et will lite litebrakea betwokea
broken Todays y temperature tur was re recorded re recor4eft recotde4 ¬
corded at the Weather W ther Bureau thee thermometer tberJDIIfteter theemometer ¬
mometer at 12 l oclock as S7 at 1 1oclock 1odoek 1ocloek
oclock It was and at 2 oclock it was wasPS wasPI wases
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kiosk in front of the Munsey bttJUtesr it itwas itwas itwas
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