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Vanguards VanguardsTo of New York YorlFactions YorkFactions YorFactions
Factions SaratogaBound SaratogaBoundAppreciating SaratogaBoundAppreciating SaratogaBoundAppreciating
Appreciating Crisis CrisisBOTH CrisisBOTH CrisisBOTH
Old Guard Especially Bitter BitterBarnes BitterBlinIeS BitterBashes
Barnes Declares Roosevelt Whis Whisky Whis1q WhisIry ¬
ky Brings Bri iIgs Delirium Tremens TremensSummary TremensSummary TremensSfi1
Summary Sfi1 of 0 Days Events Eventsin
in Politics PoKticsATBW
ATBW r roil TOKKiautlon TORKLelfilenl roilLeaders
Leaders at ppaliai Republican Republicanfae1ioac ll1lltllcftHfaeHa
iautlon hurry to Saratepra forprelIehIHarles fer ferpreliminaries ferJlrcll
preliminaries Jlrcll tlaaries of f State convention coavontlnnlight conventionvcjc
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preeram his p party HIM rty TF vl enact it itta I Ila ifIH
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XEW Ew YORK Sept 3 21R Republican RepublicanPoliticians RepubIicaAitielaDa
Politicians itielaDa today are busy 1MI y holding hOMingcordtsrenoea Anal Analconference A aI aIcorJ
corJ conference awl catching trams t tSaratoga tSarat tSaratoga
Sarat Saratoga awl tfce 1 t OMte csmmaHsn aaverrtbnnInterettM CMIW csmmaHsnInterestJs T TInt
Int InterestJs syniniii b te a Men hI k pitch pitchin IItdt IItdtin
in th the outcome C ot a tfco skaedSS niUiuli W a The TheHing TMf
f fooling Hing prevails that the Republican Republicanof RepubIIcaparty Republicanparty
party ill this State it Oft the eve e Of ofof Otte Otteof o
of it iU bitterest factional fights IS and andthat aadthat andthat
that the scars of the struggle atri gie coming comingon comta g
on at Saratoga win 111 not be effaced for loryears forears forTears
yearsIf years TearsIf ears earsI
If I f the convention cell calve dos winds up upthe without withoutthe withoutthf
the part party being pUt wide open beyond beyondhealing beyOlNlhtaJiltf bey beyhealing cad
healing not merely in this tbtsbut campaign campaignbut Phiga
but in M2 111 I I2 it will achieve more feoremost than thanmost tIMam08t
most people GIIIe expect of ItAlready it itAlready ItAlready
Already William iJIiIua Barnes Jr State StateChairman StateChair StalChairman e
Chairman Chair Woodruff < < and Lou Payne Paynehave PJtehave P Phave syae
have gone to Saratoga and from their theirhotei theirhotel
hotel there have began issuing trum trumpet truMpet trustpet ¬
pet blast of denai defiaJce ce They TI eyre are inmood in ugly uglymood y ymood
mood in the attitude of men who know knowthat kDowthat kao kaothat w
that defeat for them means political politicalruination politicalruiDtio politicalruination
ruination 80 o far as exercising exere llllt State Statewide Statewide Statewide ¬
wide tantrence is concernedThis concerned concernedThis oed oedThis
This r te f especially true of Woodruff WoodruffBarnes 1OO4irufCBaTIH WooiruBarnes
Barnes has his own 0 battwtck of Albany Albanyover Albaaoer Albaa Albanover r
over which he exercises e supreme MIpT con control eGfttr01 control ¬
trol and no matter what may happen happenthe in inthe iathe
the convention COIIV oa must remain a foree in inBitter illtw
1 tw York poUtjca poUtjcaBitter p ittice itticeBitter
Bitter at Roosevelt RooseveltThe ReenttThe Ressetw eIL eILThe
The old guard lenders are especially especiallybitter especialbitter Iy Iybitter
bitter at Roosevelt t They denounce aim htmfor b aimfor I Ifor
for getting KettI into this fight to Barnes Barnesissued has hasissued JIasissuro
issued a statement In which wI eIa he declares declaresthe declaresthe < < MeIarathe
the issue is I whether the Republican Republicanparty Republlcaaparty Republicaparty n
party is to remain the party of mouser conservatism eon er eraUsm ¬
vatism or be carried away with radicalIsm radical radicalism I84iIcaIIsm ¬
ism ismMore
More than this he warns the Repub Republicans Republican2J Republicana ¬
licans that Roosevelt elt success ta the theconvention tMcenveDtloll theconvention
convention means Democratic victory tet < < T ta tathe ift1he
the State He says the t question q1Ie8 oft is iswhether iswhfltbfto isw
w whether hether the minds of the people are to tobe tolf tol
be l P kept constantly inflamed and aIM whether whetherth WItetherthy whetherthey
th thy y are to be fed continuously contbnJou ly on Awhisky A Awhisky Ah
whisky h tsky diet which in the long run must mustbring mustbring
bring on deih delirium ium tremens tremenejuch treIDeDllch tremensuch
juch llch talk as this as things stand standrow S ssx9r U11 U11rcw
r row rc w points to such h bitterness whenthe when whenthe wb n nthe
the nominations nomiuati are made if the theIkcosereli tbehco8evel theitcosevel
Ikcosereli n men en control as to brim brimabutt brin brinT brtnil
abutt a bag bolt of old votes votesto e eIt
il to the lcmocratic t co ticket Noveniber NoveniberIt
It is not easy to t see at this tt tuna w hw hwjace h w wrace
T race ace can be brought b ht about between betweenthe betweeRt betweenUe
the t i e warring factionsThat factions factionsThat tactto1J8That
That Roosevelt RoO evelt and his lieutenants lieutenantswill Ueute lieutenantswill ants antswHI
will control the convention seems Bee to tobe tob toba
be b assured Careful estimates e today todayContinued to todayContinued ay ayContIDued
Continued on Second SecondWEATHER PageWEATHER Page PageWEATHER
The Western estern storm has developed developedconsiderably developedctsideribly elopeG elopeGfrsider
considerably frsider bly la energy and moved di directly din di dirtetly ¬
rectly n et1y northeastward northea twanl now botn being era eratcred centered eefttred ¬
tered over southeastern Wisconsin WisconsinRains WI WisconsinRaans eoR8lR eoR8lRHai
Rains Hai are indicated for the coast coastLake CCNUtLke coabtIke
Lake rei region 1on and showers for the uppert upper
t hio h 10 valley and an the Atlantic States Statesrtrth Staterrth Statesn
rtrth n rth of Virginia VirginiaFORECAST VI VirginiaFORECAST tDia tDiaFORECAST
Vnn Tnsvttled rn Uled weather with probably probablyshowers Jllrobablystow WobabiyRowers
stow showers tOl tonight gbt or Sunday not much muchchange MuchC
change C ian anrge in temperature moderate rte rteriable va variable variable ¬
riable winds mostly uy seittllerly seittllerlyTKM southerly southerlyS 7 7TlDtPJlKAT
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Sun saa i iTID
Today T RIPh HlsA tide n DIi a m low J Iw ow tfcte
611 6 11 a m and 115 < IS pT p m mTmuer1swHl w wTomorrow
Tomorrow T Tmuer1swHl oW Hh > tb tide IKSt L ffi a ML ern and andii ad adi52
i52 ° p m I Low ow till 7Jt 1 = a L m and 715 715I 71shm Ji JiI
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HARPKRS F FERRY w va Sepcx SepcxFotowme SePtIept Sept SeptFntoraae
Fotowme pt dear sal Skemwntoth SII n tIl very verycloudy V veryc < < T Tc
cloudy c udy tits tIdIII wOratrg wOratrgPaliagc momma mommaPaliagc
Paliagc Dweeed I > n ieQ Any AI Pattern Pattem2 Sz 5 pee peeFraek see tooFraeit
Fraek Lilrbty tI k c Co Ilk d N Y AYe AYeAdt AvaAdvt
Sulu Ruler Reaches Great GreatWhite GreatVhite GreaWhite t
White Way With WithJewels WithJewels VithJewels
Jewels Galore GaloreDOLING GaloreDOLING
His Highness and Suite Amazed at atTheir atTheir a t
Their First Glance of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America AmericaKEW AmericaSEW AmericaNEW
SEW YORK Sept pt 31 3iHa Hadji jl Mo Mehammed Mohammed 10 10MIINIHMI ¬
hammed Jumatul Kham which was a aof all allf allc a
of f Ms name which whic he e eue eared ar d to brie brmwith lid lidrItk briewith
with rItk him Sultan of Sets is in New NewYorks Ne NeYorks XewYorks w
Yorks midst todayWearing today todayWearing to y yWearift
Wearift Wearing a black velvet turban with withred Vokkrd w wred
red velvet tnamines a black sack k suit suitand suitaDd suitand
and j t boiled shirt Hadji came smiling SIIt SIItdown smdown lliag
down the gangplank agpMak of the Americainer American Americanliner AMerIeaJlltII n
ltII l liner SC St Louis and fell into the watt wattarMS
tog arms of CoL Hugh L 1 Scott Four Fourteenth Fourt Fourteesth ¬
teenth t United States Cavalry former formergovernor lorJRcrgoveruor f formergovernor
governor of Sulu who has promised prom t tthew to toshow o
show the Sultan some of 0 the sightsthis sights sIl ts of ofthis ortbis ° f
this country countl with smoked ked ked1Mrretl glasses
barred barredIn
In the Sultans suite sult for he is still stillentitled stillentitled III IIIeAtItIed
entitled to have a suite notwithstand notwithstandgets aottt
In U that he > e was eae esehered out or ofeverything shoat alHNlteverytlg
everything Ae used to have ve GY the theransfer
tnII t ransfer Cer o of his beloved e4 archipelago t 0
lk Ulllted States were Ids brother
Datto Raja Jtlu8 Mualtwasit XUwa heir ap appareat
pareat p arent to whatever is left when Hadfigets HaljI HaljI8et8
gets through Hadji Butu lord high highpotteher highOIIher
potteher amler of the imperthU Iml ertlal slippers Hadji Had R
I Mohammed Xob Uftllled Pangthns PaD Mullam they t y
grow em long Ion over in Sails premier ptemlerexeelMor prem premexceieior ier
I exeeteior warman of Job Hadji guts Suropeneiee smad gutspeneiee
peneiee grand ad eeasoner of the t e Imperiatitlat imperial 1
drs cogfi titlat < i nt and a bunch of JeMer lose or r 1r i
blacks browns or whatever ue they are areCame areCame
Came Over la Steerage SteerageMost Steerage0IIt Steeragehost
Most 0IIt of them came steerage eera eerathey as
they couldnt get ftrstctoss accomi aceolIIO
dations But even the steerage steerageasmaUUng ba4 ba4MMetbtDg hodsa
sa asmaUUng aet liig on the thatched huts the they y
Mft behind be tnd and 1M there titer wa was no noThen COM COMplfdwiag cogsit
plfdwiag plfdwiagTheIl it itThat
Then toe there was J WerWe th t the In Interpreter latentret Inerpret ¬
tentret terpreter t a former for ter private ta the Seven Seventeenth S Seventeenth 8iI 8iItHftth ¬
teenth Infantry who liked Sulu and andAt the J JIfcjtmem
Salus S At las so JIUIdt that when his
lena e eetHIet of ea
Ifcjtmem lie t meat ended he IteTwe stayed behead
Twe fictions Jird rogardfcy rtL rohfayl H H84jI dJ < wecsj w wr wup ere
Jsnrcd r up at tIteY thgSart rl 0utec shlut8et C He dicta t tave
have h ave IWIO worth e of homegrown homegrownporte homegrowA1MII6 honk6rawearl a
porte p earl in ills troupers pockets and he
hasnt come over for to an America AIItef1e wife
When W n the Sultan sailed on June 1uD l 2 he
had a number 7 derbv bat Ailed lled with wKhpearte withJeaIh withrune
pearte p JeaIh rune which he bean n convertiiw cenverti into intocoin latoCV Intocoin
coin CV ft of the various
realms re through throughwhich tJarouEttwIIic
which he traveled traveledla
la Naples apes be let so 0 of one for I 1W5 85 85and J5
t8t t ee and in Jaris I aais bt sold the pick of
his cottectHm for Wl M11 M11Shrewd ktSShrewd 0ft 0ftShrewd
Shrewd In Making Sales SalesAll SaJesAU
AU told the Sultan cleaned JeaJW up aoarly nsarl lly y
t fillidland 3Mb < < and Dd they do say y that one ofales of 0 his hisy J a asales
sales s eCblblted a Mlrewdlkfl6 s titan eIer elearIy eIery
Iy y qualifies Hadji lad ji to encase inthree in the thethree thethree
three threeHe hair business businessHe
He has a few jewets with him h it is istrue istrue ietrue
true iaciudifHr Iac a dfaunond d dia + nead on the little littleftacer lit litbeer
beer of his left band that
was so soicive O
lane that he COUhlDt bead the fi fiat5 cer cerSonte
Some of the jewels je Hadjl Is going ftC t tgive to toe 0
give e Away as souvenirs nrovided the thehiJrh t he
high cost of living doesnt d < eeeIat use up what whats s sof
left eft of the t3f1fJtfO 3J H fO Should this happen happenWill
Hadjt will make another r exchange exdlD e of
pearls for torA8 pesosAs pesos
A8 to aft American VoICe tberes able
lately nothing doing K ethic explain
eel that once upon a time when he k was Vo
a real for sure Sultan Hadji had four r art
wives but by various processes redueed
the number to Just one with whom who he
still lives without ev e evea n the additional
spice s of an occasional affinity
Says One Wife Is EnoughHadfi Enough EseHgbHadjt EDeBghHadJi
Hadjt overheard oyerbe rd the interviewers ques ¬
tion concerning his matrimonial affairs affairsand aIanaDd affairsnd
and a nd he mustered up what little Ens EAZlteb teh
b hi knows and exclaimed Xo Rood
ftghting all time Gut c e wife no more
Among the he first persons regarding
whom 1 the Sultan inquired f were w Frost ¬
dent d ent Taft whom he knew when Tart
was governor oeIDOC of the Philippines und Dd
Mrs Nicholas Longworth who as Miss Missand
Alice Roosevelt toured the Pblli Philippines p
and andwhi8per whisper it k Jawwon w won the little fel ¬
lows heart He will meet the President Presidentwhile Presidentwhile Presidentwhile
while here hereWhen hereWhen hereWhen
When told that George Ade had writ wrf ¬
ten a comic opera called the Sultan of 0
Sulu Hadji expressed expr a desire to see
it and was as disappointed dt J POInted when toM
that it was no longer bein being played
The Sultan and his suite were loaded
into taxicabs and whisked off to the thesize
Hotel Astor Their amazement at die therise
size of New X ew York buildings and the roar roarof roaror roarof
of traffic was eloquently el queoUy expressed inthe i ithe iA iAthe
the almost frightened frl teDed silence preserved preservedas
as they gazed from the taxicabs When
Hadji saw the Metropolitan tower
One step in Heaven was his im impressive ¬
pressive comment commentNew t tGAYNOR
New York Mayor 1 ayor Declares DeclaresHe DeclaresHe
He Is Not and Never NeverWas NeverWas NeverWas
Was a Candidate CandidateNEW
NEW l t W YORK Sept 24 I ara Bet Beta > nota > ot otcD
a candidate cD Wte for the gubernatorial gubernatorialnomination g gubernatorialnomination 8ernat rtal rtal1teM1nation
nomination I have authorized aat Orlze no one oneto eaete oneto
to present pre Rt my name and I never have havebeen h8veweR havebeen
been a candidate declared Mayor MayorGaynor MayorGaynor oayor oayorGaynot
Gaynor today to ay at bin country home at atT atSt atSt
St James 1aJft T ies I L I Imayor IJlULyor IThe
The mayor had been asked fet fetve a aive ave
ive ve expression eXJK expression n upon his attitudetoward attitude attitudetoward aUitHetoward
toward the t Democratic Dellt ratie nomination nominationfor lM adaattentot
for governor governorPeace gi governorFence verBer verBerFence
Fence Rails R ilc Dressed 35 Cents Apiecerank Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrIIk
Frank rank L LIb Libber > mbey e Ce 6th and at N Y Y Ave AveAdvt AveAdt AveAdvt
Chorus Girls of Queen oi OTMoulin oiMoulin ofMoulin
Moulin Rouge in inParty inParty inParty
Party PartyHITS PartyHITS PartyHITS
AT GREAT SPEE SPEEi SPEEMachine SPEEmMachine D l lMachine
Machine Turns Over and Dro DroInto Drops DroMInto DropsInto
Into New Basin BasinCanal BasinCanal
Canal CanalNEW CanalNit CanalNE
NEW Nit ORLEANS ORLEA S Sept Set t 24 3IThlee 3IThleeyg t Th1 Th1young Three Threeyoung tie
young girls and three men were killed kittedtoday kll klltoclay killedtoday
today when ft an II automobile in maki makhv makhva s
a short curve turned completely over overand fI fIaJMI ov er
and handed Jaa ed in the New Basin Canal Mf Mfteen JilteeR littees
teen feet below the roadway roadwayIn
In the auto were Thomas Butler Butlerowner BuUerowner Butlerowner
owner of the machine JRA hlne Joseph Io cpll Freed Freedman FreetlmaR
m man an a perfumery salesman and an un unknown 1IBcJlC ¬
known cJlC man ft With the party were three threechorus tkrAechorus e
chorus girls from the Queen of tii tiiMoulin t11e t11eXoullft t tMoulin to
Moulin Rouge company now piaytog piaytoghere ptark1here piayh piayhhere g
hereThe here hereThe hereThe
The acchlent occurred shortly after afteri alterodoek
4 i oclock The car la making a aturn sharp sharpturn MNIrphln
turn at a high rate of speed turned turnedover t1Irnedov to
over ov r a nfteenfoot embankment t of the thenew theJlW t tnew he
new basin basinNone b basinone tR tRNone
None one of the bodies have Hell re recovered recoer recovered ¬
covered coveredTAFT coer coerTAFT
President After Quiet Day Dayat
at Home to Leave for forWashington forVI forWashington
Washington WashingtonCINCINNATI VI ashingtoncrn
crn CINCINNATI ATL Sept SJ Present Tfi Taitreceived Tfireceived TftJecehoeti
received few caller today tocia and had no noHfc DOteIItie nop
p teIItie icai apptabeats all 8Rts
His ptkns pt im called for 1t nO e rutiHr lII IIe IIeHIe Ji pear prnrane
anee ane His visit to Cincinnati Ct ciaII8t1 was wasule sched scheduled ¬
ule uled to end at 315 this 1tJ afternoon aUent On when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he leaves for Washington toR where he Isto isto Is Isto
to confer with Me Cabinet MondayThe Monday MondayThe JoIo day dayThe
The advisability of creating a bureau bureauof DuMUcblld
of child labor was discussed last I M night nightby nightbv nightby
by President Taft ad Dr > r Albert H HFreiburg HFreiburg
Freiburg Fre of Cincinnati president of 0 theOhio the theOhio tlMOhio
Ohio branch of the AntiChtM Labor LaborLeague LabOrLMgIIe LaborLeague
LeaguePresident League LeaguePresident LMgIIePreJtdeDt
President Taft promised to give his hishearty ht htaertT hihearty
hearty support to any aft plan for wiptm iptngout wiptmout wt wtoat
out the child labor evil Dr Freiberg Freibergand Frelbet FrelbetaDd o oand <
and other ot eno believe that the Government Governmentshoutg GOYentllMllltsIIouN Governmentshould
should supervise MlptrVI e the hiring of minors minorshi
hi Order to avoid old the employment t of ofhoys ofhey
hey and girls in unsanitary sweat sweatshops sweatshop sweatshape
shops shopsPLEA shopPLEA
Offic 0 Officer r Who Killed Annis AnnisSends nnis nnisSends
Sends Papers to Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Hughes
NEW 1E1 YORK Sept 24 24A A elea lea for ex executive exeeudve executive ¬
ecutive clemency in behalf o ot Capt CaptPeter CaptPaCer CaptPeter
Peter C HaiRS Jr convicted of o killingICliiiam killing IdlHngWHMaiH kltMngVIIHm
WHMaiH E Annis s et t the Bay Side Yacht YachtCrab Yac FaciaClub t tClub
Club on August It iStS has been Sledwith filed1ith Sled bledwith
with Governor it Hughes t hes by Gen Peter PeterC
C Hains fathc of of the prisoner The Thegovernor TheSOvernor Thegovernor
governor today tOOa formally notified Dis District DIstrict Dlatrict ¬
trict Attorney AttorDe Fred G DeWitt De itt of the re receipt receipt receipt ¬
ceipt of the pleaThe plea pleaThe pleaThe
The plea uIe is fc hsd tsP9 s > i on both legal and andsympathetic andsymptbetic andsympathetic
sympathetic grounds gt UTK1S Hains killed An Aenis Annniismunder j jnis
nis nniismunder under the belief r ift that the latter hadruined had hadruined i iruined
ruined his home His sentence was wasfrom wasfrom
from eight to 8bt sis te ° 1 years ears In Sing Sing I
Woodmen Securing Names Namesto
to Be Called by theCoroner the theCoroner theCoroner
Coroner CoronerSubst CoronerSubstAatta CoronerSubotaattating
Subotaattating SubstAatta Subst u tiati s the important story storytold storytold ory orytokl
told by Policeman Spencer Roberts w who whodeclares shedeclares e edeclares
declares that the body of Norval Xon > al Harris Harriswas Harriswas Harriswas
was not IH t lying dead at Ninth and I Ietreets Ietroots Ietreets
etreets southwest at 1190 11 59 oclock Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day night 1d ht August 27 2 as claimed in the thesuicide thesuicide thesnicide
suicide report of Central Office detec deteeives detectives deteclveE ¬
tives another n witness fitness willing to testify tesfifyt t6S fy fyt
t to this fact was was found by The Times Timestoday Timest Timestoday
today todayThis t todayThis < d y yThis
This evidence will 111 be forthcoming at atthe attlte atthe
the coroners cero ers inquest which the coroner coroneris coronetis
is now compelled to call under a de decision dedMen decision ¬
cision rendered re dered yesterday by the Cor Corporation CorperaCeR Corperation ¬
poration CounselThe Counsel CounselThe CevaselTJte
The new witness is also a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the police force He was ofT duty onthe on onthe ontlte I
the night in question and fortunately fortunatelyfor fortun tely telyfor
for those who have insisted that the themystery themystery themystery
mystery surrounding Harris deathshall death deathshall deathseaR
shall be solved happened to be In thevicinity the thevfcmitj tbevk1
vicinity vk1 k in which Harris was killed killedShortly killedSiIortJy killedShortly
Shortly before and just after midnight midnightPosts mIdnightPosts midnightPosts
Posts Dressed 35 cents Apiece ApieceFrank Apiecefrank 1
Frank Libbey Co Oth and an N Y Ave Aei
Stay Sta tay in America Limited Limitedto
to Little Over Six SixI SixWeeks SixWeeks
I Weeks WeeksGUEST WeeksUEST WeeksGUEST
F Goes Goes to Cincinnati cincinnati to Make Address
I t ti Before Episcopal ChurchConvention Church ChurchConvention Churchr
r Convention ConventionTh
Th rho Right Rev Re John J II Wordsworth WordsworthBtefcop WortlsworthBtMtett
Btefcop of Salisbury sJte ttry and noted JH e4l Sngr SngrIMk Eag1IIIk
IMk prelate J retat is in Washington 1fae tagtoll today todayvisit to teiayand 7 74rlRg
and during the t e morning paW a visit visitI vlst visitto t tto
I to the Cathedral grounds gr4HIR and Mt t St StAI
I Alhans Alhansi AI AlbansThe
i Th The bishop who has said some somepertinent someperttaeRt somepertinent
pertinent things of late 1t of the dl dlweeks dlvoree I
voree evil and the aeeetNIIt7 ff for r wm wmt Hniform
t form divorce vorce laws Ja WI 18 011 a six weeksjourney weeks weeksJourney I IJourDey
Journey to America He will pay payseariofficial paysemioCNeial I I8eM1olftdal
seariofficial visits Yt ILs to t a aBUGeT number of oftowns oltOWB8 o otowns
towns during durlft his t sojourn 8ej urJI and on Oc October Oet ortuber ¬
tuber t r 6 will make ke th the opening ad addreae a4dre address
dress dre a at the convention of the Epis Episcopal Episcopal Eplsoopel ¬
copal Church in Cincinnati He sails sailsfor sal1sfor sailsfor
for England Xft November XoveBlDerBI8hop 2 SBll 2Btehop
Btehop Bll hop Wordsworth ordawort was shown ever everthe OYertfte overthe
the Cathedral grounds g ouads this morning IB nalag
I by the Rev r Dr > r RandoUh Ran oh h H MeKim MeKimrector McKimrector IeKi IeKireeter
rector of the Church of the Epiphany EpI MLay
The distinguished clerical visitor from fromEngland frENDEft fromEngland
England Eft expressed exKes e pleasure pJe 1lre at t the theprogress UteJrOftr theprogram
progress JrOftr of the work at Mt St StA1bI StAlbano j
Albans Albansof A1bIDt AlbanoBe
Dt bop Op Wordsworth rdwerih is a gran nu daephew daephewOf iltp ew ewfJ
of fJ William WCMIwonk Wo worth and a beers a aijii AIMJ aeight
ijii IMJ eight ht t resemblance Jtee to the poet oM Hedresses He Hedf H HtI
tI dresses df s + m in the small n all 1 clothes and minis mintetrfau MtRIst ministrial
trial t riaJ tart rb affected by those of his rank i
Railway Commission to In Investigate Investigate Investigate ¬
vestigate Operation in inOther inOther inOther
Other Large Cities CitiesThe
The tendency of such euc cities e as a New NewTork NewYork NewYork
York Kansas City Denver Chicago ChicagoNorfolk Chk ChicagoNorfolk o oorfollt
Norfolk orfollt New Orleans OrIN Boston Bust Philadolphia Philadel Philadelphia ¬
and Baltimore to operate PATE PAYEcars PATEcars PA YE
cars with transverse seats instead of ofthose orthose ofthose
those with longitudinal 1ontitn t al seats will be bemade bemade bemade
made the subject au jeet of Investig Iftv dg ler by the theDistrict theDistrict
District Electric Railway Commission CommissionThis CommulolLThtF CommissionThis
This announced an ecaeed today will mark Jft rk the thesecond thesecond
second s coJHI step hi the commission > eg effort effortto 9tIrtto t tto
to bring before the t Interstate Co alu tFr < r rCommie8lun o oCommission rCommission
Commission objections te the p > ti tithe ir iIY iIYthe > > n nthe >
the Washington Railway and KJCUIC KJCUICCompany E u uConapanc
Company In putting putt1 into operation two twodays twodays twodays h
days ago twentyftve of o the fifty nev nevPAYE newPAYE I
PA PAYE YE cars of the longitudinal Iongltudl al seat seattype SMttype seattype
type on the Ninth Georgetown and sridFourth andFourth nll nllFourth
Fourth street lines linesCars JinesCars linesCars
Cars Not Liked LikedThe LikedTb LikedThe
The Tb Washington W lnh on Railway and ElectricCompany Electric ElectricCompany ElectrlComPDY
Company will probably make no state statement < staten3etnt ta e emerit i
merit n3etnt regarding its It reasons for putting puttingthe putt1 putt1the puttingthe
the longitudinal seat cars on its lines linesunless JIR95unless linesunless
unless the matter sbould 8 ou1d be reported reportedformally reportedfon reportedformally
formally fon ally by the t e District Commission to tothe tothe tothe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionand
and that body should make recommen recommendations recommencJaUofts recommendations ¬
dations or pass definite orders condemn condemning conde1Inlag condemnlag ¬
lag the cars carsWhile earsl carsWhile
While l ne the car riding public of the theContinued theCoatinwed theContinued
Continued on Page Nine jne I
Ptroto Ph < < o Copyright T J Panoeu ParrettTHE PanoeuTHE
Bio Bishop Np ef SaKebary Who Is Making aJ Dg a Six Weeks Visit te tile Uaited U Ilait IlaitStates ted tedStateL Eid
1 State
Late Developments tn in the theHarris theHarris theHarris
Harris Case CaseXetv CaseXeIT CaseNew
New witness Tltnc member of pel police pellcefo policeforce Ice Iceforce
fo force ce substantiates statement ntntemcntthat statementthat tntcmcotthat
that body bod of Harris was not lylni lylnidead JyIDItead lylnsdead
dead at llsSO 113 oclock August AugulltneoPCDID AugustReopening 27 27Rcopcnlnjr
Reopening of investigation In e tlgRtlon occasions occa occasion OCCJIlonOI ¬
sion lonOI friction between detectives detectlicnoriginally detectivesoriginally ell ellorlglnaly
originally assigned io the case caseand ca caseand e enud
and neW ones assigned by Major MajorSylvester MajorSylvester laJorSIT
Sylvester SylvesterGrcnt SIT SylvesterGrant ter terGnat
Gnat masK of Inconslstenr dataready data dataready dataready
ready for presentation prese tatlon to Coroners Coro Coroner Goroner ¬
ner ners jury when It begins to siftthe sift siftthe Ut Uttbe
the evidence showing 2lhuTln the manner mannerof
of Harris death deathhe deathhe tenthhe
he passed pa ed over the t e spot pot where Harris Harrisbody Harrisbody Harrisbody
body is alleged te tave ave lain at 1130 1130oclock 11JOocIock 1139oclock
oclock The dead body was net there thereIn U1 thereIn e eIn
In addition a dltlOR to this substantiativestatement substantIatIve substanUativestatement substantIatIvetatement
statement stilt another witness wttRe s has hasPosts hasPosts hasPosts
Posts Rough sac and 3oC Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFra ApieceFrank
Frank Fra k Libber Ll bey Co 6th and N Y Ave AeJld
Jld L
In the Eufdte 1IfdI church fth hot whicM t are areworn A areworn I
worn m this coimtrv UItr only y by the t e Bf BIIIhoP BIIIhoPof op opOf
Of Albany AlbunjrTh AlbanyThe AJ a1Q a1QTIt
Th The UtBbou who is a mild mannered mansetedkind manneredkind DeCed DeCedkind
kind tookinr Iook g oM xentlemnn eatlemaaII cHebmted cHebmteday
II late 4xtyS4ffat birthday last We4J0e2 We4J0e2h Wedt Wedtiny
h iny ay uann which day da be landed 1a in New NewYork K NtwYotit w wYOl1t
York The Swedish Sw church and l1J at
Annual Report for Fiscal FiscalYear FscalYear FiscalYear
Year by the Disbursing DisbursingOfficer DisbursingOfficer DisbursingOfficer
Officer OfficerThe
The sum of ne37i1M l 37filtM was spent ducatby spentby speatIty
by the District government YereRt dvrteg 4I1K1agtbe 4I1K1agtbeAea the theftscal theitecal
ftscal Aea year ended June It aceordteEr aceordteErto aCOM4l aCOM4lte
to the annual report of f Louis C Wil Wilson Wilson ¬ I IseD
son Disbursing DIa Officer submitted tltted to tothe t tthe tothe
the Commissioners today todayThe todayThe
The various disbursements TMMeata by this this2S tJli8oalee thisoffice
office during Ute year are 1 shown owa by by8St y
2S 84 > 4 vouchers of r record The totalnumber total totalnumber totalnUMber
number of cheeks signed sig M and lid deityBred deity delivered deJtveroo ¬
Bred was MS16 an increase of 1924 1924jer 1tIer L4oer
jer er the preceding year Out of this thislarge
large number of checks but one du duplicate dupUeate ¬
plicate was Issued 1SfIU4 and tn that case casethe C8ethe casethe
the loss of the th check < was reportedafter reported reportedafter reptNte4after
after its receipt by the payee payeeOver payeeOver I
Over TStM i + 111 payments were made to toemployes toemployes toemployee
employes in cash and in all th these thesecases < ese esecases I IC8S
cases C8S identification of the proper properparties properparties I Ip
parties p rt s was perfect according according to the thereport t thereport e eport
report port while not an error in n calcu calculation calcuJaUon cal ¬
laDen occurred In the office officeUnder o officeender < < lee leeUn
Under Un er date dat of May IS W me Congress Congressprovided CODIaes8JMOvided Congressprovided
provided that all moneys paid by order orderof orderor olderof
of the Juvenile Court in nonsupport nossupportcases nonsupporteases
eases should be disbursed by the dis disbursing dlsburstng disbursing ¬
bursing officer of the District Dt triet The Thecarrying ThecarryUag Thecarrying
carrying out of this law increased d thenumber the thenumber thenumber
number of check payments to the ex extent ext extent ¬
tent t nt of approximately 3UT a montl DIOIrtIThere montlThere montiThere
There was also disbursed a special specialfund suectalfuoo snedatfund
fund of 15ttt5 < appropriated by Con Congress Cong1esB Congress ¬
gress for the relief of pensioners pen io ers ofthe of ofthe 0 0the
the loliee olice Uee and Fire Departments De artMonts to towhom teWhom towhom
whom were er due certain amounts aRMML ts ow owing owIng owlug ¬
ing to deficiencies ta prior years
Friction Alleged Between BetweenOfficers BetveenOfficers BetweenOfficers
Officers Working VI orking on onInquiry onInquiry onInqul
Inquiry Inquirybeen Inqul rY rYbeen
been located located who w is k kthat in position HMJItjo to say saythat saythat
that Policeman Roberts Roberts movtpents movements yteMs on onthe oilthe onthe
the night in question qae UeR were ae the po policeman p0liceman pa palicemaa ¬
liceman describes them This should shouldthoroughly 3IMuIdthorouGhl shouldthoroughly
thoroughly set at rest tHe dataie madein made madein madein
in the police report rep rt that Harris kHIed kHIedhimself kHIedhImself killedhimself
himself at 1139 u + 71 oclock and that threepersons three threepersons threepersoas
persons heard the pistol shot that took tookhis tookhis tookhis
his life at this hourThe hour hourThe AoutThe
The supporting testimony testlme F of these thesetwo thesetwo thesetwo
two newly newt found witnesses Wlta however howeverwas howeverwas howeverwas
was hardly necessary as the police policerecords policerecords policerecords e
records will show that Roberts Robertspulled Robe Robepulled
pulled in from patrol Vexes Ja the thovicinity th thlclnlty thevicinity
vicinity long after it Ie alleged that thatHarris thatRanIs thatHarris
Harris lay Ja dead but a few fa feet t die distant dt dttant dietant ¬
tant from the police patrol patrolInasmuch patrolInasmuch eI eIm
Inasmuch m h as the t e Pence Department Departmenthas Dep Departmenhas rtatent rtatenthas t
has gone on record as saying that thatHarris thatHarns thatdied
Harris died at or about aboutoclock a1H ut 11 IIZ IIZoclock 31 31ocJoek
oclock much mu h interest attaches today todayto todaYto toda y
to the iraaner rraRIIMIR manner in which t the e badly badlyCvntteued HdlY HdlYCrl1lt badl badlContinued y yto y
Crl1lt Continued ed en Third Thta Page PageBoards PageBoards
Boards Dre Dressed 200 par lop oo feat featFrank f featFrank t tFra
Frank Fra k Libbey Co ltd k trod N h Y AveAdvL Ave AreAtivL
pinress proaTcss and relation to the thenerr Hniocepal Hniocepalchurch lLcIa1
church nerr t is a favorite topic o 6r with the theSagHafc
SagHafc prelate and ad he has lust lusta II t ftnfcsnetl ftnfcsnetla ttnlsih
a personal rnvr 1a ov tipatioji raifon Io ta Sweden SwedenAfter SeciIIAnfT SwedesAfter
After opentne o ea th tile convention CORT in CIa Cmrhinartl CIaOft Ciae
e mutt on October Or tuber 6 the Btefcop 1t8 ott wftT wftTi wtlJldofmer
i dehver an n address upon POft the Swedish Swedishchurch SecHshhulttt Swedishchurch
church hulttt at the Western 1 m Seminary
Deanwood Residents Bring BringCharges BringCharges BringCharges
Charges Against Assistant AssistantSuperintendent AssistantSuperintendent i
Superintendent Bruce BruceDeclaring BruceDeclaring
I IDedluiDg
Declaring that Assistant AMl aDt Superintend Superintendent ¬
eat of Public Schools Roscoe C Brncis Brace Bracete e
te a menace MeII Ce to the school system syMemannouncing and andannouncing 3D 3DRclag andbe
announcing Rclag thai tha their slogan will willheneetort be behenceforth be1teIteerortb
henceforth s The fl Removal of Bruce Brneemore Brucemore nte ntere
more re than fifty residents of Deanwood DeanwoodD Dean DeanD woad
D C have written SuperintendentSchools Superintendent of ofSchools
Schools A T Stuart preferring JKefeni charg chargagainst charges chargesagainst charSes1D es
against 1D t his aashftamC aashftamCFOHowutg assdhtaatFollowing
Following the filing of charges c ages against againstMr la8t
Mr Bruce who is in charge e of all allcolored the thecolored I IeoIored
colored schools of the city with Mr MrStuart MrStuart x
Stuart and W V I Cox president t of ofhoard the theBoard UteBoanl
Board of Education E ucatloR w Calvin Chase Chasea
a prominent colored attorneyauthoetsed attorney was wasarrange 1 1autborDed
autborDed to arrange e rot a meeting at atformal a awhich L I
which time a formal petition shall be beBruce
framed asking foe Ute removal or M Ir r
Bruce BruceThis B BruceThis e eThis
This meeting Jneet Df today was set for Octo ¬
ber 14 and will be heM in True Re ¬
formers Hall HallXinetenths HaDuNmetenths HailNinetenths
Xinetenths of the colored parents parentswho prentswho parentwbo s
who have children eb dre ta the public puWlcare publicare schools schoolsare
are opposed to the retention ret tioft of Bruce
Mr Chase declared ted rediv ir At that thatmeeting thatm tits titsmeeting t
meeting m e Bg you will find the meet repre representative repretlDtathre tepeetentative ¬
tentative colored citizens of th the Dis ¬
Demotion Starts Fight FightThe FightThe
The immediate cause ca of the ugh ngrhtagainst ftthtasaJRst t tagainst
against the assistant as l8tant superintendent superintendentth was wasthe wasthe wa s
the th e transfer and demotion of Miss Belt Beltliner Belle e
liner KI Iter described bed in the information n
filed with Mr Stuart as one of the tb B
beet teachers Washing WaMtDlttms ons s publ public k
schools have ever had hadMtes hadMiss
Miss 1119 Kinner Khm r it is s said v > ten she was wasmade wasraaIe w wmade
made principal of the DeauwftOd r > eaaw od school I
then techni technically aliv known as a sixgrade sixgradejofcooi sixgraat4ool xgrade xgradeIIooI de
jofcooi worked wonders with the or organization 01anbatJon oreaninetlon ¬
ganization of the school and increased increa increathis < < ed
the attendance by her h r unaided efforts I ITh4
The work of f Miss I IJaner inner elicited elicitedwide eficitewide i f
wide attention and Mr r Bruce publicly v
promised that when Wh >
n the Deadwood Deadwoodmade was wasmade wasmade
made an eightgrade htgradp school the papers
med with Mr Stuart say that Miss Ifss 5 5rs I
Khmer should be promoted to the theeighth th e 5e
eighth hUt grade rade He said she was Wt the logi logical logiea1 logscal ¬
cal choice a far f r the position positionThs JtOsitlonTh podtionThg
Ths Th year without cause Miss Kin Kinner KInDer Kinnet
net was transferred to the Smothers rs
School hool and F I L Cardozer was placed iliac
in chance of the Deadwood School Scb 5 oI
Repeated appeals by delegationsparents delegations del tloa6 of ofparents orJNlreRts
parents from Deadwood 1 > oanwood to Mr Bruce Bruceasfcisr Bruceaokine
asfcisr IB that Miss Kinner be retained retainedwere retainedwere retainedwere
were lrw J sacred red by b himGross him himGross himGross
Gross Favoritism Favo tism Charged ChargedThis ChargedTilts ChargedThis
This is one of x numl > r of instances tostancesit
it te charged wherein Mr t Bruce showed showedSTOSS sbOwedress sbow sbowmoss
moss = ress favoritism and absolute ab e4ute disre disregard disr disrGard re regard e ¬
gard for the welfare of the student studentbody studentbOOy stunbody t
body bodyThe bOOyThe
The same tyranny and injustice e ex ¬
ist ta the colored schools as in days goce god e
by declared Sir Chase today Ta Taverltlsm Fsverltism F Fverltism
verltism injustice and discrimination di dhdminatioare erfmlnatlon n
are the stock in trade and the white whitmembers e
members of the Board of Education E ucatJon will 1
be compelled to t come to the defense witt of o t
the colored teachers teachersThe teach61SThe teachersThe
The case seems merely mHeI one of the r rmoyaI re removal removal ¬
moval of a teacher whv W8 was highly v
popular said said W V Cox today HIt Its It s
investigation gati is one for the Superinten erinten erJnt tuh ¬
dent of Schools S < hoots and it Is purely an ad administrative admlni8traUn adminiatrative ¬
ministrative matter matterI
hI I cant say anything about a etIt the af ¬
fair said Mr Bruce You Y are ar iterty u l 1b b berty
erty to take it up with with Mr Sti Stsrt Stsrtnay rt or orany oraB
any aB of my sureriers sureriorsClear sureriersClear sureriersClear
Clear Strips For Fly Screens ic a ft ftFrank ftFJftBk f fFrank t
Frank Libbey Co 6th aDd N Y Ave Ati e
Advt A t I
Believed to Have Turned o on onGas onGas n nGas
Gas While in a aDelirium aDelirium aDelirium
Delirium DeliriumSISTERS DeliriumSISTERS DeliriumSISTERS
Declare There Was No Reason Why WhyTheir Why1heir WhyTheir
Their Brother rotber Should Have HaveEnded HaveEnded HaveEnded
Ended Life LifeA Lifeerdlct
A verdict of accidental death deathreturned wareturaeu Wa WaJeturaeli
returned tbl title afternoon by It the theners Core Corner Coreners
ners ner Jar jury in the Inquest ever thedeath the thedeath tiledath
death of f Charier T Brotvnla Browning r the thetThoIesale tileuhole thevrholesale
tThoIesale uhole ale and retail grocer wits vrae died diedlust diedlnst UNIlust
lust SaturdayThe Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdayThE
The verdict folio follows followsWe followllVe a aWe
We Ve the jury fail te establish c8tltl k the theof tk tknct thefact
fact nct that elCdestrRctl08 18 tile death deatkof deathof
of Charles bariC BratvBiiig DroWBl J who ke came HIe to tabin tohb tohis
bin death September IS ISla IB his kJ r resale 9 w wat
at tbe Columbia apartment he house c by byhave ItyIJJnmtnntln byilluminating
IJJnmtnntln illuminating gas gasThat as asThat
That they knew DO motive that woul woulhave i ihave
have driven Charles T Browningtake Browning Browningby
take k kit life wa was tile tmtimeny gtvor gtvorby gtv r rDy
by the sIRen of 0 Mr Browning at the theCorenrs th thetermbM theorers <
eorers Inquest held eId this morning atng to toliet todeteraiae
etermbM liet the cause e of his deathMils death deathcoming tIeatILCaddie
Mils Caddie ao Browdn toW the ju jurut y ythat
rut sebp had detected the odor of ga5 ga51Ih ga gaco
coming co from Mr Brownings Bnt room room7tf a j ji1I
i1I edock deek on Snturday morning mOrntngsaid Jfi Jfisaid Jp JpMid
said that she had gotten out of bed be < j tfc tfcnight t h haI hnight
night aI It before Wore to ax the burglar alarm alarnand Jan JanaDII <
and so far as she knew an was wel welwith f 1 1with
with her brother at that time timeWas dJBeWag flea fleaWas
Was In P PHI er Health BealtkMr H HXr
Mr Btbwsiag Br wBtog hnr been In bad bI d healthshe health healthshe MaIth6De
she sJd s d but he teemed happy and TK nnsigns TKsigns noor
signs of dcnponrti d degaadtney I IIIIy n > bad been noticedShe noticed noticedShe > d dSIte
She found her er brother bm ter on Saturday Saturdaymorning Sat1Irda1IIOrIIbII a amorning
morning rjrlnjp en his b back cic breathing hreathingbard wathingRani breathingbard
bard and lid she then = summoned physician physicianand JlllPslctanand pityseanand =
and telephoned to her sister er Mrs I Ma Mamie Manila a amJe ¬
mie Carr Ca T that her brother was dying dyingjtisg dyingXiIIs dyingMiss
Miss B Brwsitng owning e was uesttened br brCoroner b bC bCoroner
Coroner C er Kevhrt as to her brothers men mental m4 mental > n ntal ¬
tal condition She said he had conducted con conducted cond ¬
ducted d tecl himself idJn eK normally at all II times timesBoth tim timBoth limesBoth
Both sisters testified te ttaed that nothing un unusual unusual unusual ¬
usual had been noted ta Me eon4urtHe conductHe conduct conductary
He was to have DeeD married ill JaIl Janu Januan u uatT
ary to a woman be met ate on the steamerwhile steamer steamerwhile Rea r rwbtle
while on his way to Europe EuropeMrs Euro EuropeMrs e eIrs
Mrs Irs Carr said w two gas jets hai haibeen ha habeen 1 1been
been turned t De on in the room When Whenasked TVh h n nMiss 1 1ked
asked ked bow she knew that JIll she r repiied repiiedthat p1ieti
that shebad she had been tollll by her sister sisterMies
Miss Browning when called to t tstand tataDcI P Pstand <
stand again a said she e was not sure surewhether
whether et er one or two Jets had been turned tunteiIon tUrM1Test turnedon
Ion on
Test Testimony mDy of 4 f Dr Herren HerrenThe HerrenThe
The theory that Mr Brow Browning mlg might te t ttsck
have e paten up at flight during an at
tack of delirium tleUr I and turned tuna on the thegas th thVoaS
gas was VoaS advanced oecl by Dr William WilliamHerreR WilliamHerren WilliarrHerren
Herren The patient had been een suf suffering suftEna ¬
fering tEna from bronchitis 1NOIIehiti8the the physicist physiciatsaid pbysic U
said Iti i ithat and R4 was gUb subject to high fevers feversthat
that might DliI lt have made de him delirious deliriousOr
Dr Herren H rre said he believed the deatii deatiiwas 4ea de8tilwas t h
was accidental accidentalThe aeeNeataLTbe
The autopsy utop y was performed by Dr DrCharles
Charles White Dr White said all the thepeculiarities theHCU1tarltJes
peculiarities of o death by poisoning of ofilluminating ormumt
mumt illuminating gas were w e present He Hefound HtfouJ1d >
found also he said aa I some Indication of ofpneumonia 0 0MIewBOIIia
pneumonia in the lower 1o portion of n < > t tits th3lungs 01 01lun titslass < >
lungs lun This was caused eau ed by settling ettlin ettlinbIooG of ofblood ofblood
blood the doctor said 88 d in these tlte8 organs organsafter organs2tter
after the gas began n to take effect effectTeek ftfectTeek
Teek Sleeping Powders PewiersIt
It was brought out at the inquest inqueitthat Inqu inquestthat t tthat
that Mr Browning Brow often of tea got up at nigh night6 nighto
to take sleeping powders Three witnesses wit witnesses 1ltD5eS ¬
nesses testined that on the morning morningafter momingalter morningafter
after he was found unconscious u tIMM from fromgas tromsas frontgas
gas a partially empOed glass of water waterwas waterwas
was found on the bureau and the th thempty t hp hpeJIIpty <
empty wrapper which had contained containedthe CODtalntdthe
the powder was found in the waste wastebasket W8ttbttsket wastebasket
basket basketThey bttsketThe
They The said it i < was possible that Mr MrBrowning 3rBrowning h hBro
Bro Browning getting up at night to getthese get getthese gtstthese
these sleeping g powders probably bly in to a asemiconscious asemiconscious asemiconscious
semiconscious condition eondkionJ4 had J4 neglected neglectedto D neglectede1L J led ledto
to turn off of o the tin e1L e gas gasSTEAMER gIiSTEAMER
Help Being Rushed to Ship Shipon
on Shoals as Result Resultof Resultof Resultof
CHICAGO Sept St 3tIitows Blown by a ter terrific ttTrlfic ¬
rise gale 1e which swept the upper part partof pa rt rtof
of the lake the freight packet steamerBethlehem steamer steamerBethlehem 8teamfrBetlaJeIte
Bethlehem t which sailed Bed from Chicago ChicagoWednesday Chicagoed
Wednesday ed esday for 1 Buffalo tfaJo was swept on onthe onthe < > n nthe
the shoals near Jte r South Mention Ifland Iflandand kllUldand
and today was reported by witches to tobe t te
be e breeJdag bre Jdn up tape upThe p pThe
The Th ThValley e steamer belongs to the th Letiitfi LetiitfiValley Lb LbV2lley
Valley Transportation tioo Coma Campus any and andcarries andcarries andcarries
carries a crew of twentynve men rap raptain ap aptatn aplain
lain Flanders of Buffalo te her com commander commaJld ¬
mander manderAt maJld r rAt
At tbe ofnes of the company in this thiscKy his hisClty
city it was said that nothing DOtbllt was known knownbeen kno1r1of knowof
of the wreck eek beyond the f fYct that the thOtlteemer thesteamer
steamer was wasVlIet agruuad agruuadiIhethel
iIhethel VlIet er te crew its 011 beard or h hbNn hay haybeen
been taken off is not notFlooring Inlow1 Help a a as 5 5ent
ent tre rent Milwaukee to te 4 wrecks reek j jveeee 1vessel
veeee veeeeFIoorin6 vessel vesselFlooring
Flooring Alabama Geed S Sass 0 25 5per per too 100ftFraak JoottFnlDk
ftFraak ft reek Iibbey o Co tth th o N Y Av
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