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Fair Tonight Unsettled UnsettledTuesday eHkd ijhe r I ime LAST A EDITION EDITIONYesterdays y Ird +
Tuesday a hinltou + I L i 1 f 1J 1 1NIIlLBEit ION 1 1NUMBER
NUMBER 6891 Yesterdays Circulation Circu Circulations ation 37044 WASHINGTON MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 17 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE ONE CENT
WOULD CUT THROAT THROATRATHER THROATRATHER
RATHER THAN KEEP KEEPFAMILY KEEPFAM1LY
FAMILY IS CHARGE CHARGEI CHARGEAffidavits CHARGEAffidavits i
Affidavits Accuse Prof R I IThompson iThompson
Thompson of Strange StrangeDeclarations StrangeDecIara StrangeDeclarations
Declarations DeclarationsTHREATENED DecIara DeclarationsTHREATENED tions tionsTHREATENED
THREATENED WIFE WIFESWEARS WIFESWEARS
I
SWEARS RELATIVE RELATIVESchool
i iI iSchooI i ii I i
School Principal Alleged to Have HaveAdded HaveAdded
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Added He Would WouldResign WouldResign I IResign
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Resign ResignTwo ResignTwo ResignTwo
Two sensational en UonlL1 charges wore madeIn made madein nmd nmd1n
in affidavits a < < tdaY1t1 against Prof Pro Reginald ReginaldI ReglnldITbOlllp ReginaldLThompeon
LThompeon I ITbOlllp Thompson on today in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the suit for maintenance brought by
his wife wft in the District Supreme Cohrtlast Cobrt Cobrtlast CotJrtlast
last week weekOne weekOne weekOne
One was that he would cut his histhroat histhroat histhroat
throat before he would support his hiswife hisrlte hiswife
wife rlte and threeyearold three > earold child and the theother theother theother
other was that he would resign resf n his hisposition hisposlUon hisposition
position as principal of the Hamilton HamiltonPublic HMlltonPublic HamiltonPublic
Public School and teacher in the theFranklin theFrnklln theFranklin
Franklin night nl < < ht school and work for torI
10 I e a month rather than provide for forhis lorhis forhis
his family lam II
Police Callod CalledThe CallodThf CallodThe I
The two affidavit tell of an alleged allegedvisit alle allegedrisit ed
visit 181t Prof Thompson made 41e to the thehome tbehome thehome I
home of his wife Mrs Maude aude McKee MeKeThompson JieKeeThorap McKeeThotpeon
Thompson Thorap on at 11 oclock Friday night nightthe nightthe I Ithe
the day the suit for maintenance was wasfiled wufiled wantiled
filed against nat him Mrs r Thompson Thomp on is isliving IslIvln isliving
living lIvln at t the home of her mother motherMrs motherYr motherMrs
Mrs Yr Cora V McKee Sit 51 Sixth street streetnortheast streetnortheut streetnortheast
northeast and It Is alleged that the theschool theschool theschool
school principal called there after he hehad hehad hehad
had been served with the papers in inlla inUs inleis
leis wifes wife suit created a Beene and andneighbors aotlnelghbor andneighbors
neighbors called a policeman policemanAttorney yollcemanAttorney OlIcemanAttorney
Attorney Walter P Plumley repre representing representlnc representing ¬
senting Mrs Thompson in her suit filed filedthe tiledthe diedthe
the affidavits today making makln them a part partof partor partof
of the action They will be read re d incourt In Incourt Inourt
court ourt on Friday the date on which wl whkhProf whichProf eh ehPro
Prof Pro Thompson has i ieen been summoned to toappear toappear toappear
appear to show cause cau e why he should not notpay notpay notpay
pay for th tM maintenance of his family familyMrs familyMrs familyMrs
Mrs Hubbards Affidavit AffidavitThat Affid AffidavitThat Vit VitThat
That Prof Thompson Tbomp on made the declar deolaration declaration deolatation ¬
ation that he would cut his throat be before before before ¬
fore he would support his h wife and andchild atlddllld andehiid
child is 1 the sworn statement temnt 1 of r Mrs MrsCora MrsCora MrsCora
Cora Rebecca HubbaM who 1 O Jives Ues at f IU IUS1xtb FloSixth H HSixth
Sixth street net nertbeaat t next t doer to the thehome u uJlome thehome
home of 0 tb the school teachers t teaedters wife Mrs MrsHubbanl M I IHubbnt iHubbard
Hubbanl all anoll alleges owes that the httsWnd h hu head d dso was wasso wasso +
so disorderly dl orderlJ and threatening thretenlA < < in his hismanner hismanner I
manner that she telephoned telepb aed j the e police policebut policebut
but before an officer artfved arf Yed Prof ProfThompson ProfThomp ProfThompson
Thompson Thomp on had left leftMrs lettMrs 1 1Mrs I
Mrs Hubbard ateo Jeo swears that Proto ProfThompson ProtoThomp PrefThompson
Thompson Thomp on threatened thre toBed to take away his hischild bi bichild hischild
child childA childA
A brotherinlaw of the school prin princJpal prtadpal pddndpal
i
dpal Martin J Keough swears in hill btaaffidavit hillaffidaylt hisaffidavit
affidavit that Prof Thompson appeared appearedat
at the home of his wifes mother in a athreatening athreatening athreatening
threatening and iH disorderly orderh manner and andused aDdused andused
used profane and indecent languagedeclaring language languagedeclaring la U Udeclaring
declaring that he would never live with withhis withhis jUt jUthis
his wife again and that he would re resign resign resign
sign his position in the nubile ublic schools schoolsbefore 8CbooIsbefore schoolsbefore
before he would support her and their theirthreeyearold t theirthreeyearold 1 1threoyearold
threeyearold child Mr Ir Keough added addedthat addedthat addedthat
that Prof Thompson asserted u erted that he hewould hewould hewould
would not give ive another cent to his wife wifeas wilelong wifeas
as long as he lived livedHe livedHe livedHe
He threatened to clean out the thexv thewhole thewhole
xv whole hole house is one phrase used by byr bo boar
n ar r Keough in his affidavit affidavitHeard afhavltHeard affidavitHeard
Heard the Statement StatementMr Statem StatementMr nt ntMr
Mr KeougU further avers that Prof ProfThompson Proftthomp80n ProfThompson
Thompson Thompson made the statement in his hispresence JahpreBence hispresence
presence that he would work for 10 19month 10I 10r
I r month and resign his positions po iUona be before belore betore ¬
fore he would ould agree to pay alimony alimonyAccording allmon allmonAccording alimonyAccording
According to both affidavits Prof ProfThompson Profrhomp ProfThompson
Thompson rhomp on made the alleged state statements statements statements ¬
ments on the occasion of his visit to tothe tothe tothe
the home ome of his motherinlaw at 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock Friday night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The petition of Mrs Thompson in inr In8111t inher
her r suit for maintenance sets forthat forth forthhat lor lorIat
hat Iat at her husband has hA not supported supportedier
ier Er since the fall of lilt and that she sheis sh shis sheis
is penniless pennU and living lhln at th the home of ofher ofher ofilcr
her mother moth r Mrs irs McKee She alleges allegesthat alle allegesthat < < e ethat
that she was induced to teach school schoolat schoolat > > choolrxfl1r
at Riverdale t Md on the t alleged l pre pretext pretext ¬
rxfl1r
text of her husband h bac that with ftr both bothworking bothworking h hworkm
working workm < < they could pay p8 for their theirliome theirl theirhome
home l ome at Glendale Md where they theywere the thewere theywere
were married in December 14 1M4A 14rule 14A
A rule to show cause cau e has been is issued tsEut issued ¬
sued Eut > t1 and Prof Thompson will be beobliged bebllged beobliged
obliged to be in court next Friday Fridaymorning Frkla Fridaymorning
morning mornln desirfte his school duties to toshow tosho toshow 1
show sho cause why he should not sup supIort BUPI BUPIK suphort f
Iort his wife and child childKENTUCKY childKENTUCKY
KENTUCKY BANK BANKIS BANKIS K I IIS
IS SUSPENDED SUSPENDEDLEXINGTON SUSPENDEDLEXINGTON I ILEXINGTON I
LEXINGTON Ky Oct 17 liThe The Na Nati Natinal
ti titnal nal Bank of Bettyvile ttTville Ky K haa haat 1n 1nsuspended
t appended f I ptIIded and National Bank Exam Examiner Examnf ¬
iner nf r H Johnston is in charge cha f Douoefts Douoeftsaggregating De1JoO Doposltraggregating 4ls 4lsaggrtiattnc
aggregating 966000 000 are on hand handWEATHER haa haaWE1THER handWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The winds wind along the middle Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlanticfast Atlantlcast c
coast fast will be moderate northeasterly northfa8terl
increasing In the southern portionFORECAST portion portionFORECAST portienFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT
Fair tonight probably becoming un unFfttled unNtltd unsettled
settled Tuesday not much thanks in intemperature Intt 1 1temperature n
temperature tt > mperatw moderato wind wi mostlyJtthea mostly
nvrUt yasrtheaaterly Jtthea easterly terty
TEaiPEKATURB
8 a m 51
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10 1055 a M MU d
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1 P m 71 71Z 0n i
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TD TDiF TABLE
Today TodIQHih HHrh tide C4X a m sad i ip a1MI i ip M Mp
p m Tow tide t tt6 e 124 111 1 a m an and latt lattTomorrow leftide 1 1D I
D m mToaterrew1Iah
Tomorrow Toaterrew1Iah Hlak tide 732 i a WI and an an74f d
718 7 B m nv Lew file t ttI 141 a m and 115 115p 1 1pm
P pm rn i iCCMNTplTJON
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CCMNTplTJON C PiT10N OF THE RnnBRS RnnBRSHAR1MBRS RIVKRSJrARPRS ItIVRSIrARh3ZRS
HAR1MBRS FERRY W Ya VO OeC 17 17Both liBoth lieBoth
Both livers clear this morning morningIt I
It
ALARM FELT FOR WELLMAN AIRSHIP AIRSHIPLINER AIRSHIPLINER AIRSHIPLINER
LINER REPORTS ELECTRICAL STORM
I
REAI READY > Vf FOil JL JLBalloon i1L nl al 1U 1UBalloon cl clBalloon
Balloon America Leaving the Shed ShedDISSENSION ShedDISSENSION
DISSENSION SPLITS SPLITSMILKMENS SPLITSMILKMENS i 1 L IK 1 0 0Trouble
MILKMENS RANKS RANKSTrouble RANKSTrouble
Trouble Over Direction Fight FightIs FightIs Fight FightIs
Is to Take Against Health HealthDepartment HealthDepartment HealthDepartment
Department DepartmentBefore
Almost AJmo t en the very eve of of1J6ere rn henrinR henrinRbefore
Before the District t Com Comwhich ComB Comtwirieners at at1hlek atwhieh
which they had pledged d thomoolv thomoolvstand thmtielves e to totan tostand
stand tan together for mutual protection protectionthe protectionthe I9t8Ctioa I9t8Ctioatho
the H Milk ttk producers of Maryland Marytaa MarytaaVlr Mid MidVirginia endVirginia
Virginia Vlr n and dealers of Waahletgtoahave Washington Washingtonhave Oft Ofthave
have developed dteoenoisn lI dfeeeoin n in their theiroama ttMlrOa1t1 on onoasis
oasis oamaTma Oa1t1 Oa1t1This oasisThis
This dissension d earoeaboat tSme bCMIt Wfcen r rep repth reprraastativeo f fr
r rraastativeo < onUMve th of tb the two twot asfodatfcmi twatto mat matta
ta t outHn the phwi ut of Bampmlsn tcn before beforethe hefGr hefGrtlM beLarethin
the Clmml Commissioners > loner onera next Thursday ThursdayThe TlNndayThe ThursdayThe
The point of difference is the direction directionthe dirflctlonthe directionthe
the fight is to take against the tbeHealth tbeHealthDeparunent Health HealthDepartment healthDepartment
Department The TtI farmed tarmc want at the thedealers tbedealers thedealers
dealers to make a determined standagainst stand standagainst taadapin
against apin t the recent order of Health Ofdeer Of Offleer O
fleer Woodward compelling the tuberca tubercJin tubereeUn
Mn test for all farms shipping m IIIIIk k into intsthe llIUathe intothe
the District District while th the dealers deal n are more moreconcerned moreconcerned
concerned cono < < IMd about the possibility po stbiUty of fixing fixinga ftxlnta
a bacterial count countPreiucers countProducers nt ntPreiucers
Preiucers Here HereProducers HereProdueers HereProducers
Producers visited Wnahlntton Wlr ton today todayand todayand
and their mission Is believed btltI d to be the hesttaightentrag thestiaightentTC tJtesttqhtent
stiaightentTC out of the tangle by convmeing con convincing conDelnr ¬
vincing Delnr the dealers that the tuberculin tuberculintest tuberculintest tuberculinteat
test Is of more immediate importancethan importance importancethan Importaacethan
than the bacterial bAct rial count countThe countThe countThe
The farmers declined to talk for pub pubHcation pubIIcatlon publication
Hcation declaring Iartng th they y Relieved the thematter themaHer thematter
matter could be adjusted without diM diMtContinu difflContlnued dttftConUnuEd
tContinu Contlnued d on Fifth Page PageII PageHUSBAND PageHUSBAND
HUSBAND II IISAYS GRABBED GRABBEDSAYS
SAYS LOm WIFE 1 WIFEAsks IFE IFEAsks
for Maintenance MaintenanceTells MaintenanceTellsCourt Tells TellsCourt TellsCourt
Court Spouse Locked LockedSelf LockedSel LockedSelf
Self Sel f in in RoomShutting Room RoomShutting RoomShutting
Shutting himself hlm elC up in a room forthree for forthree forthree
three month at a time and denying all ailcommunication allcommunication aUcOlRmuftlcaUon
communication with It It lilt famly William WilliamLptt WilliamLott
Lptt Lott a watchman at the Congressional CongressionalLibrary COtlftSlonalLlbrar Coyrre > ASbna1 ASbna1Library
Library Llbrar remained UIOt1S cross and crabbed crabbedaccording crabl crablaCtOnllq
according to a petition of his wife ife Mr MrsCaroline MrCaroline llnc llncCaroline
Caroline Ix IAttl tt who today ht Instituted tituted autt a ault
s + uit for Jrahltfnan4e natiit nance after twentysixyears twenty tWlMlty3Ix tWlMlty3Ixyear six sixyears
years of married Nf nrAttachd lhfAttached
Attached to the petition are affidavits affidavitsof
of neighbors and a xhveiciaM < < hy tdaM stating statingthat statingthAt
that Mrs Lot is b physically physJeaIl unfitted to toprovide toprovide toprovide
provide for herself and that she has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a true tr ante loving ovID < < wifeThe wife wifeThe wleThe
The complaint alleges aU M that Lott de deserted desorted le leserted ¬
serted his wife In July 1908 and that thatprior thatprior thatprior
prior to that date was abusive and andinsulting andiD8Ultin andinsulting
insulting iD8Ultin iD8UltinJolt insultingIott
Jolt was cited today to appear in incourt Incourt Incourt
court on October A t and show cause oaoeewhy causewhy oau e ehy
why hy he h should not provide for the themipport thetMlpport thesupport
support of his d wife wifeThe wir wirREHEARING
REHEARING REHEA RING IS DENIED DENIEDON
ON INHERITANCE TAX TAXTiae
Tiae The United States Supreme Court to today tot ¬
t day denied led motions motto for a rehearing of ofthe oCtM ofthe
the inheritance lterltaJte tax ax cases casesSMUGGLES euesSMUG
SMUGGLES SMUG LES GOWNS GOWNSWOMAN GOWNSVOMAN GOWNSWOMAN
WOMAN IS FINEDVIT3W FINED FINEDNEW FINEDNEW
NEW VIT3W YORK Oct Oct 17 171Irs Mrs Mamye MamyeMeKenna Mamsllaherhfta tamreMcKenna
McKenna of Chicago Chlca pleaded guilty guilt to tothe tothe
the charge of o smuggliog before rore Judge JudgeHand Jud JudHaad JudgeEatsd
Hand In m the United States Court today toda todaalii todayalltl
alii M was lined ftnedThe tUOO 11990the tUOOcourt
The court aIM ordered steed sk ed 11 11ksrth lf4i lf4iworth 1 1IItrth
worth IItrth of Parisian PJu1sIa gowns she be attempted attempt attemptIto ahempceelto
Ito to brlB bring e IItitMttt ho wtlwet lttymerit Ymel ot duties
SAFETY DEVICES DEVICESLifeboat DiVlCESfeh DVICESLifeboat
Lifeboat feh at and a Equiliberator a Trailer Trail of Censected GaaoIe Ga50 Gasoieag flT Tanks TaaksRATS Tanksi ks ksRATS
i RATS 11 TO i BE HE TbL ABOLISHEDGRADUALLY ABOLISHED 130LISHEDC 130LISHEDGRADU ± tITEI3 tITEI3GRADUALLY C
GRADUALLY GRADU LLY IN CAPITAL CAPITALHigh
High School Secret Organization to Be Eliminated by bySubstantiation bySubstantiation b bSubstantiation y
Substantiation of Other Interests Is Plan An Announced Announced Announced ¬
nounced by b Superintendent t Stuart
1
High School OOI fraternities will a dl 1 be slim eliminated slimIattted ¬
inated 16 gradually grad WaU7 through a substitution substitutionof
of other interests tat with 1 more JIIOIe pronounced pronouncededucation ptODCMIJMHeducational pesnosaboededucational
educational 1 features featuresThis eaXttres eaXttresThis tt1H tt1HTh
Th This announcement was w made tday tdayby tedayby wlay wlayby
by Supt A T Stuart of the public publicschool psrblieschools MIbUe MIbUeehooh
school > > The fraternltl fraternities frat s have goneunharmed gone goneunharmed I Iunharmed
unharmed since the report o fit the inves investigating inveatigating ¬
tigating committee appointed app ttM by the theBoard tfeHoard tt e eBoard
Board of Education was w submitted more morethan morethan morethan
than a year ago agoAccording ageAccording < < 0
According to that report the high highschool hllChsebool highschool
school organizations or ntzUOD8 were placed on ontrial ontrial ontrial j
trial during Rood g behavior behaviorThe bebaIorThe behaviorThe
The time having > arrived for o the or organization wI or organization ¬
I ganization anlzatlon of the frats and no order orderhaving orderI orderhaving
having gone forth regarding their con continuance conUnuance contlnuance ¬
I tinuance or discontinuance Superintend Superintendent ¬
I ent Stuart today was asked regarding regardingtheir r regardingtheir rCIing rCIingtbelr
their status statusIt RtatU3It PtatusIt
It will be the endeavor ende vor of 0 our ofnce ofncethrough oftlcethro otdcethrough
through thro h the high school principals principalssaid p principalssaid
said the superintendent to substitute substituteother substituteother substituteother
other feature for the fraternities tratfIJrnltlftl We Wedo Wedo Ye Yedo
do not contemplate any immediate or orI orROCKEFELLER orROCKEFELLER
I ROCKEFELLER ADDS ADDSMILLIONS ADDSMILLIONS
1 MILLIONS TO GIFT GIFTXHW GIFTNlalW
I XHW xm YORK Oct 17 1 iiAnnouncement iiAnnouncementwas Announcement Announcementwas
was made today at the Rockefeller In Institute I II Institute ¬
I stitute for Medical Ilfedl al Research RIMarO of an added addedgift addedft addedgift
> gift ft of o isS49EA 3M SW from John Job D Rocke Rockefeller RockeI Rockfeller
I feller fellerj fellerThin
1 j I This makes alt told the sum of b640 b640te S 240 240given 4O 4Otoo
too > given gh n by the head of the Standard Standardj StandardOil
I j Oil Company from the time he flrst be became beI became ¬
came interested in medical research researchThe reeeKrchThe researchThe
I The gift announced today ta I in securi securities 1fCcuriI securIties ¬
ties the sum < if f fSSftlbtt athwt being their par parvalue JMlralue parvalue
value alue It is believed beUev rthat that the greater greaterpart great greaterpart r rJMirt
I part of the securities te I made up upStandard of ofStandard orStaa4lRrd
Standard Oil shares The Tb income bear I Iling
ling lug gifts 0 of Mr Rockefeller now come cometo comeI cometo
to JIOOt 4 W all told toldThe toldThe toldThe
I The board of trustee now havigcharge having havingcharge havingehar ftS
charge ehar e of the institute with all of its itswealth itswealth
I wealth w al l is made up of John D Rocke Rockefeller RoekefeUer Rockefeller ¬
feller Jr Dr Simon JIlf texner > xner the h helid helidoC he sd sdof al alof d
of the research staff William M I Welsh Welshami 1VOIShand Vel h hand
and Starr J Murphy
drastic action agnmst them But weo weohope w we e 0 0hope o ohope
hope by the gradual gradualbating cra ual spread of the thebadq de debating
bating organixatkNia trpn musical clubs clabseven coom and andeven
even the athletic association odadoM to elimin eliminate eUmJaate t m ¬
others
ate the social organizations bywhich by others otherswhich otherwbich
which shall 11 have some educational fea feature f fture feaarP ¬
ture arPThe tureTbe tureTbe
Tbe failure to take any n townedtete townedteteaction IlAmedWcdott lmmOdiataction
action toward t anl th t the fi fiwas frets Mr Stuart said saidwee w wwfJ
was the tb remit re ult of f their goal soed behavior behaviorwtuV bebvlerwhlw behaviorwhile
while on probation probationSince JrobUoDthP p ut aibn aibnSince
Since th the committee ttee submitted its re report report ¬
port J Ort he said Twe we e have received no re reiwrt reP6ri report
I port of 0 am 3n nv attempt att 1t to make mae school hool p Ptlet pelt peltttce M Mttc
ttce ttc run athletics or form clique ou ounaved n ntJae nthe
the part of th the t frals a THy have V1C V1ChaIod ie iebaved
naved themselves the ves and have earned o Osutrenmce oao oaosufferance > r rsufferance
sufferance until we con supply suJ Iy sonre sonrethincr JIOrJethine sonething
thing better to take their theirre place placeW placeWe
W We re will urge 1r tto pupils UpU to take a more moreactive moreACthe moreactive
active interest Inter t In the interHigh School Schooldebating SchooldebatiDJ Schooldebating
debating organisation which had a sue sueThey sueees suecensful
ees censful tul year last season They do net notreed netr netreed
reed r ed urging u h to make them t lIIl take an anactive anatl1e anactive
active part in athletics But we arehoping are arehoping areI
hoping that these things thl will take up uptheir upth u utheir p
I their th r time so that the fraternities will willbe vftlbe wfl1be
be eliminated through a natural process ore oreMURDERER JHO JHOeM
cess cessMURDERER eM eMMURDERER
MURDERER OF OFWIFE OFWIFEAT WIFE WIFEAT WIFEAT
AT BAYJKILLS BAY KILLS SELF SELFHAVANA SELFlIA SEL SELHAVANA F
HAVANA lIA VANA ill Oct 17 licharles Charles Anno Annocommitted Annocommitted Antecommitted
committed suicide when surrounded andfired and andnred andftred
fired upon by a sheriffs PO pose posse after afterhad he hehad hebad
had killed his wifeJealousy wife wifeJealousy wfteJ
Jealousy J Alousy was the cause cau e of the trouble troubleleading trou trouleading troubleleading
leading to the killing kUlI A week ago 30 Anno Annofound Annoround An Anfound no
found his wife in the corn comay n ny of a ain mm mmIn ft1IIftIn
In Peoria PeoriaThe Peoria PeoriaTho PeoriaTho
Tho wife returned returfte to to her former olanO home homeIn h0lti6In hornsIn
In Havana HaY8lla Anno was served with divorce di divorce divorce ¬
vorce paper paperThen paperflThen papersThen
Then Anne shot the woman coin going DJC to tohis tohis
his fathers house where Sheriff Cruse Cmmand Crumand
and others found him half a1t an anl anlater how i
later laterAnno l laterAnne ter terAnno
Anno cam came out on n th the back 1Mlc1cDOrch porch and andi aooRett a andopened
i opened Rett lire with a shotgun shotgunDeputv sootfunDCJUty shotgunDeputy
Deputy Krehaum tried to shoot him
but his gun n would not work and he hecalled beClIed le lecalled e
called for helD heliThere helDThere heinThere >
There ws was III a battle at dose cIo e range
but all shots shot went wild Anno almoaout almost almostput Imollt Imolltout t
put out of ammunition shot Himself himself wit with withlits I
his lasi 18 charge
ffitu1Y 1 A Y UMUs UMUsFermer
Junior Officer Oceanic piloting piJ piiotincthe
the Airship Air ip The Navifatiaf NaY lilti IH lBstrument In Instrument
strument Is 1 Shown In the Picture PictreGAS
1
GAS BAG IN DANGER DANGEROF DANGEROF
OF LIGHTNING BOLT BOLTAbsence BOLTy BOLTAbsence
y
T
Absence of 0 r Wireless Mes Message 11essage Message ¬
sage From Dirigible In Increases InI Increase ¬
I creases Fear FearSIA3CONSET Fearf FearSrA9Co
f
SrA9Co SIA3CONSET SBT Mane JI Oct 17 17V 17Far F Fthe
I the that lightning barn ha struck and all allRJ07ed de destroyed d dSttoyed ¬
stroyed Walter Walt r WeUmans WeU airship the theAmerica
America wall caused eau ed here h e today when whenthe whenra whenthe
the ra Meaaot a aMr Finland bound for New N Ny
York y Wk eoIn eonrakunicatod uaacated catecl with the Marronl Marronlwtei XanGelwtw Marconiwtrefesg
wtei wtw wtrefesg 8 station that there had been beena
a heavy vJ storm toftn early Sunday Stmda evening eveningwith
with sharp lightning and heavy rain rainat rainat rainat
at that sectioq section 1IeCt of the t Atlantic Atlaat overwhich over overd
which bleb 1eIhaaa wag supposed ut Poeed d to havepanned have haveAt baeJM8Md
panned JM8Mdt pannedAt
t At t oclock the weather we r clearedbut cleared clearedbat clearedt
bat t the vsel 1 received no communication communi communication eoaamullleatlOR ¬
cation from th U the America AmericaThe AmericaThe JIMIica
The steamers sties rs Mlnnetoka Cedric CedrlcKronland CedricKronland
Kronland Kronl La Gascogne ue Ryndam Ry re report report ¬
port that nothing aothla < < has been 1HteabenI seen orhoard or orhoard
hoard of the t IK > AlllericaII America AmericaAll
A All II records for continuous eight ftig t ta a adirigible adlridbl4t adldgiby
dirigible balloon have been broken broil broilWal by
Walter Wal r WeUman 1elbDaIllft in the airship alrsblpThe An America AmericaThe ric u uThe
The former record of thirtyeeven honrs ltonrswas honrswa
wa was held by Count Zeppelin ZeppelinThe zeppelhLThe ZeppelinThe
The Atlantic ocean te the yt vicinity ft ofthe ftwireless fOrtbe
the northeast coast eoa t 18 beta being < < COMbed b1 b1wirele bywireless
wireless wirele s today in fear that the balloon baliesnwhich 1MrJIoeIawhleh balloonwhich
which sailed lied from Atlantic CIty at 33 33Saturday S SSaturday c
Saturday morning had been destroyed delltro in i ithe inthe
I the electric storm which had teen r npotted rI I Ipoxted >
I ported on oft Cape Sable The news newsthe of oftlie o othe
the electric storm causal ea grave alarm alarmt alarmbJ
to t those waiting waJt for news at this point pointsnd potfttaDd pointand
aDd l led d to redoubled efforts e < < orw to get et in intouch intouch intouch
touch with the party party while the promisewas promise promisewas pcOID 8e
was 5 made mad that a government Government venment tug would wouldbe WCM1dbe wouldbe
be sent at once to rescue re eue the expect expedition expeditionif tlon
if this th was found necessary accessaryOfficials MCeUarYOtllells necessaryOMelats
Officials of 0 the tb Marconi Xarc ftl Wireless WirelessCompany WirelessCompany Wlreie WlreieCompany
Company announced today that they theybelieved Ute UteboJIoved
believed the wireless wlree apparatus 0 oboard 0board 0board
board the America unerte watt out of orderIt order orderIt onIerIt
It is considered eon IcIered almost certain c < < taln that thathad thtbad
had the wireleee ke1e 8 outnt been working workingafter workingafter
after the airship tp passed Nl8Hd Nantucket that thata
a passing steamer would have pickedup picked pickedup pIoekeclup
up some message meA < < e from the America AmericaConditions AmericaConditions AmericaConditions
Conditions Favorable FavorableOff FavorableOff
Off 0 < < Eastpert Ea3tJH rt Me today toda the wind windwas windwag JOO JOOwas
was from the west est blowing at the rate rateof rateof e
of twelve miles an hour O Otf Halifax Halifaxthere Halifaxthere
there was 1 a northwest wind Wowing Wowingatj bIowlagat stool stoolweather lug
atj at twenty mites an hour Theweath Theweathwas The weather weatherw
w wu s cloudy cloudyAt eIou41yAt
At the Weather Bureau office in New NewYeric NewYork NewYork
York it was said that the America had hadundoubtedly hadundoubtedly
undoubtedly reached the fair weather weatherContinued weatherContinued weatherContinued er
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COMPLETE CQ MPLETE Account of the Championship Game GameBy ame ameBy ame ameBy
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BENDER OPENS OPENSWORLD OPENSVORLD OPENSVORLD
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FOR QUAKERS QUAKERSThomas
Thomas Picked to Receive Indians Indian Indians s Flings While Overall Overalland Overalland Overalland
and Kling Begin the First Championship Game Gameas Gameas
as Chicagos Battery BatteryPHILADELPHIA BatteryPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA FAVORED AT ODDS OF 75Little 75 75Little 15Little
Little Enthusiasm En thusiasm Marks the Start of Battles for Suprem Supremacy Supremacy Suprernacy ¬
acy by Winning Nines of American and NationalLeaguesWeather National NationalLeagues NationalLeaguesVeather
Leagues LeaguesVeather Weather Conditions Are Ideal IdealHow IdealHow IdealHow
How Teams LinedUp Lined Up for the Struggle
CHICAGO CHICAGOSHECKARD CHICAGOSnEtIi CHICAGOSIIECXARD
SHECKARD SnEtIi nD Left FieldSCHULTE Field FieldSCHULTE PfehlSCHrLTE
SCHULTE Right Field FieldHOFXAX FlelclnOFMtx FieldIIOFMAN
HOFXAX Center Field FieldCHANCE P1eliUAXCE FieldIIANCE
CHANCE First BaseZIM3rEItMtN BAse liitseZHDTEIUIAN BAseZIJIJIERJI
ZHDTEIUIAN ZIJIJIERJI Setami Bnd BndSTKIXFELDT licks IhtsttSTHIXFELDT licksSTBIiFELDT
STKIXFELDT Third Base BaseTINKER BltserlXKER
TINKER Shortstop ShortstopKIJG Skrtst8pJiJI
KIJG JiJI Ji L1 G Ctttcfcer CtttcfcerOVERALL aaIlerYEKL
OVERALL YEKL Pitcher
FJMplre I wplres tar the curies are Sfccrfdaa and Ceimelly far the American
League L > tt He need Hd itigler slid 0 ODtt
MJM ODay Dy fer the National Loa L Loene LoeneBy ne neBy e eBy
By THOMAS S RICE
SHIRE PAk PUtJC PhiIeohph a a PL Oct Oct17Bender QcL QcLli
17Benaer li eIer an anwts aM hotter are the MIee MIeedGw seiectiar
dGw fm the AdIIetIca AdIIetIcaII today todayit
II Benda wino wts too today Masse PlwW Will pitchtanaarntw pitch IIIeIa IIIeIaP j jKs
tanaarntw P < 1 J It 1lltade iota Ks Kstomorrow It 0 0trft camha
tomorrow te a 114 < effort on to stop st theslanabter the th thJ I IOveraB
slanabter slanabterOveraw J toes toesOveraD
OveraB and a Kline for f Cubs cw today todayThe tMa tMaTIle todayThe
The dollar seats were He all tall and ad thegates the thegates thep
gates p in that mateetIoa suction dosed siinitlj ut be before Meft before ¬
fore eft noon today teM and the tbe0ItftMIi fated i iopened aWa aWaopened
opened for t the Steent LS dent Mats Nt se a The on eb ebseats eLseata ekess ekessseats
seats felted to arrive m w tkn time and the theQuaker dieQuaIMr theQuaker
Quaker fane fa who had counted eeunt J on oethe jothis jothisthe seritogthe
the came from f center tft tftUN fdd eh bod t iS standThe stand standThe
The Jrx row or < < two sat ant donM t tbeannB tbeannBfro thea theafn Ma Mafo
fro fn o rows re of o standers stsnatra had had a rood Od view viewThe viewTIM tear tearTb
The Tb ardent sseihj m is awa aY III the L LThe R 1 1elM ar aR aRiMbhsg
iMbhsg neiyt elM u M oeastoN I U J 8y 8yltM ter attl attlThe
The ltM crowd c was wo ream i tmailiably Wy quiet It HMss Itsort Dtbo
Mss seldom tbo those oP sudden whey out outot outbursts
bursts ot laughter a and cbMtIIIa ever everI oversmall
small I inddesta so c charaeterUs et etuIic ofs
s uIic eN erasws reached die chaos ea tile tilelit thetelo
telo lit me ysersplag pm Met MetThe
111 The + NiDdpAI racket was aa aan raised bv a asort
sort n of rattle dtetrfboted as astiscment a an advttrtisemeett Mytlr MytlrtJ
tiscment tJ aDeat It I is a aand dories ot 0 the deviland devil devilad
and ad 1C I it ever conies H to Washington asbta < < ton we weMost weSECOND weSECOND
SECOND HURRICANE HURRICANESWEEPS HURRICANESWEEPS
SWEEPS HAVANA HAVANA1lost
Most Severe Storm of Citys CitysHistory CitysHistory CitysHistory
History Wreaks Vast VastDamage VastDamage VastDamage
Damage DamageHAVAXA DamageHAYANA DamageHAVANA
HAVANA Oct 17 14Ha l7Idvaaa Havana wa was struck struckaeUgee strudtby
by a second > > lawrieane te today J before tM tMv thevesti6es
aeUgee v of fee last Mt weeks w s terrftpc t tern < < rtfe c tornado t tAatl1teeR tormsdolid
lid Aatl1teeR been cleared away a aC awayScores
Scores of C small R craft craftsmacks craftectu craftecheesem craftecheesemsmacks ers ersSIDAeka
smacks t shhtg 1 togs t1I an said Ugh Ughi hIgherSWSre hIgherSWSresunk aaenwere aaenweresuak
sunk In t the harbor har or and a heavy loa oflife et etlife
i life is reportedi reported
At noon n today the Mona Monaently had apar
i ently reached its climax It Itmuch was wasmuch a aJDueh
much more severe ere hurricane than that thatof thatof
of IMC J C when many ay were re killed killedThe kiD killedThe
The T roof of the customs home was wascarried wasCtlTk basmarried
carried CtlTk > 4I away a way and all the publicon public stores storeson
on the harbor harI or front were flooded floodedbuildings Many Manybuikln XaIIYlMIUdnp
buikln buiklntorn buildings > ware ere uprooted end oIWk erires were Wftetorn weretorn
torn down trees uprooted upnot and aJtruc atructares aJtruct1ues
tares toppled over ove Hundreds u of thou thousands tbounebs thousands ¬
sands nebs of dollars worth worth vl vlhas vthas f merchandls merchandlshas mo
has been carried awayCemmnnicatloa away awayCemiBunlcatlon a aCetlnRunlcatk
CemiBunlcatlon R was was practically cut cutoff alterr cuteft
off from the interior interiorA
A report from Regta across aero s the baystated bay baystated baystat4i
stated that several persons MnOIIS had mot motdeath Metdeath trotdeath
death there in falling Iltag buildings bu At Atkilled AtBatabano
Batabano others were aid te have been beenkilled beepkilled
killed by falling wallsSeveral walls walteSeveral wallsSeveral
Several ships have disa disappeared disappearedUnited d teared ed A AKited >
II IIIn United Kited States dredge dl e which was work working ¬
ing I In g on the sunken battleship battks lp Maine Mainewas Mainewas
was torn from rom her mooring moorl and aMout swept sweptout s sout wept
out of the harbor It is believed that thatseveral tkatseveral tha thaseveral t
several workmen perishedGEN perished perishedGEN peri ec1 ec1GEN
GEN KNAPPS WILL WILLIN WILLIN WILLIN
IN PROBATE COURT COURTExcept COURTEXcept COURTExcept
Except for Bequests to ServantsBrother Servants ServantsBrother ServantsBrother
Brother and and Sisters Are toReceive to toReceive toReceive
Receive Estate EstateBy EstateBy EstateBy
By the wilt will of o Gen William A Knapp Knappwho Knappwho
who died October 1 12 his estate is left to tohis tohis t tIris a
his brother Shepherd M Knapp and andnis Andhis a ahis td
his sisters Helen Atwater and Jane JaneDouger E BDougler EDougler
Dougler with the exception ex of C roamer nwnerbttB Jntmersmall roameron
on bttB small bequests provided KOvtdecI la the t e will willtUed willtiled nil niltiled l
tiled today in Probate Court CourtOne CourtORe CourtOne
One servant Dora Porter fe left leftwhile leftwhile it0 fro frowhile
while another Martha Jackson Jael JacksonMary ea and andMary aDdMary
Mary Kotthan his teaoftreee lau r8 S arequeathed are be bequeathed Deq ¬
queathed q thM Sib s each eachDr tAdaDr eachDr
Dr Collins oIlIDs Marshall te named as aseeutor ex executor Uectttor ¬
ecutor of o the estate tate wMdi w Yo ch la valued at atabout atabeut a aabout t
about 25000 000 I
PHILADELPHIASTRCNE PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIASTRUXE PHILADELPHIASTRLXK
STRUXE Center Field FieWLORD FJeItlLORD FieldLORD
LORD Left Field FieldCOLLDfS FJItlCOLLINS FieldCOLLINS
COLLINS Second BaseBXhBR Base BaseBAEER BaseBAKER
BAKER Third Base BaseDATIS BaseDAVIS BaseDAVIS
DAVIS First Base BaseMURPHY BaseJIUBPIIT Base3IURPIY
MURPHY Bight Field FieldBARRY PleltLBARRY PleIdBARRY
BARRY Shortstop ShortstopTHOXAS Sk Skertst SkertstfnOXAS rtsto rtstoTHOXAS
THOXAS er r LAPP Catcher CatcherBENDER CatoBorBE CatcherBEMDER
BENDER BE DER or r COOiTBS Pitcher
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whiskers see the CimsifcjiMa c Conmhsalono A ul aem t aboutThe about aboutTfce
It ItTbe
The uaraiarvad Macs were soon filled filledAll tilJdAU lulledAU
AU the real store e enooa eaottgit sports wanted wantedr ntd ntdto
to come out tlheNt aeon fir r 1 oclock dock in intax intaxIeaIt8 inaxicabs
tax taxIeaIt8 t Taxis IaxtIte are very stylish h f tv tverW fur furwotid r rworlds
wotid worlds erW v Banks BanksA m Us UsA
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in hg centt HI whit aisles did a thriving thrivingthe thrinngat
bt em eseryh lsik at the rate of ofwe orawe ofOwe
awe we bonito per toad r from the Bellevue Belleruesan Bellevueand Ut1le Ut1leet
san othor et tena tenaXo t tNo Inst InstNo
No extra chance e for extra ext load Thew The Thehue Theftft
ftft + w hue looked Io kecI pretty fat to aoss I4IIk citizens citizenswho citiseutlttto citisenswho
who examined exami aod f fnsjd ht tlttto IIU streetear ear sttU sttUe situa situat1on
t1on and worm e ntatasrd to fad the thea1Ofttl they theyW
W tads a1Ofttl amend noon JtOOtI noonawd
I nsjd aid not aave e joi a ied tart OM hook hookfmm h hookfrnm ok okflftBl
fmm the auto people This j was a great grot8It greatcomfort
comfort 8It Th TIN street stft t e ears are are not so sok sochic
chic k as toe taxis but one bI e finds Them Theminlte themudt rhotaste
taste udt comfortable ortaNe at times 1 timesTopter Inft InftHartgeI
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Tops Topter v Hartsel and Jinuny Dy Dyg Dvgert ert rt appeared ap appeared SoppeareII ¬
peared before the Athletic At Iedc bench ai aiT2M aLtM astife
T2M la the til o cunntagest caall white uniform uniformwkh UDtformwitIa untferrnswith
with blue banks around the stockingsThey stocking < tecJtin tecJtinfteT
They Tk jr recetv received d a small cheerStasdiog cheer cheerStaadiag dteerStaMiag
Staadiag Rosa R a Opened Opeae4At Oe OeAt OpenedAt
At anon It was decided to open Le Lestaodl L Lstanding 1 1ba
standing staodl g roam to rl rls tt t dell lid and c c1a vg argone vgone Jtc Jtcbud
one bock per stand This made some somewhat somewbat somewhat ¬
what Of a curiosity in the th ciargiii ciargiiilin care Ir I I1bH
line lin > After sticking < < tiN tl > > loyal fans for forcents forCftIbJ for5e
5e cents for seats ts they the did not get et T Tante 1a1e te teante
ante was raised te t one Iron I more for forver
tote tMtvDece et nabl rubberiwg erblr ores ver some someone sora sorar 5Otnfooe =
one r fbIe elses shoulder Dont see that the
Wall Street Stn et
brethren have anything oa oaworlds oaworldli n2worids
worlds scKies srls managements lnaDa < < eatelltaI whoa at itcomes atconies a ato
conies to getting the th coin coinAlls coinAlts n nAUs
Alls Well WeMIt WellId
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Boston Che G arrives This Tb positicly positiclysawres posati Itiel Itielt ely elyaatgores
sawres the t name aune havter a M high k moral moralcrowd mvraJCwbs moralpsnDOae
psnDOae psnDOaeT
T Cabs broke li roke oa the kN at J Jed iand
and received ed a I chew dte dIM WM deciMdl deciMdltM decidedl3feeble
feeble slider tM dn1 ctrctmvataaces r8t1I1Kes TjlS TjlScrowd Ti ls lscrowd
crowd Is the t fimest t ever seen eeII at a 11 11PlwbaWT Tib Tibsporting is isT
T sporting irtin > eves ProbaWv most of tlitm tlitmBettter tl tlcirwere tffi
were 8 JD sit IIIadat last night nightBetting t tP40t
Bettter P40t It 7 to t 5 that the Athletics Ruthe turn turnthe HI HIthf
the > ant same = e The selection wIeet of f Benaer Benaerfor Bfnael1ft Bonderhi
1ft rMIII1I de for Mseks s men heir ino inoYOIits tvolutes f fvotttee
votttee in this clash tins bat the odds Int IntJMetty i ripretty K Kprettv
pretty fat Overall Y8aft is a regular alar oHoIier oHoIierame Di er erdraws
154 draws way for tlteme the name < Why ha heshould h hshould haMould
should be rotated a loser before Da DaThe beIt bStans
tans It a n rrv vatery teo
The touching incident i t of Q Frank Chance Chanoaand ChanoeaM Chanceand
and Hairy Davis snaking > > bakiDc hands in 1r r runt < > nt
> f 2s V 3 cameras failed to arou arouse Le tepeystiace t LeJlGlMlrae e
JlGlMlrae hue A foal ban almost hit t twater twater e ewater <
water bottle in the press pr stand stD No Nocry Xocry
cry of horror sent a chill Into the hearts heartsCubs htart5lot
lot of the etiators etiatorsCabs
I Cubs Practice PracticeIt Practicewas
It was a mat day for the PhHadU PhHadUMa Pnila l lJ
J phla Ma poNce and should Id be dee for the thecrooks the008ks
crooks A con every two feet around aroundthe aroundt aroundthe
the t field was the procvoni ft Of 1f course coursethey coursethey ou rse rsethey
they were wer much m h bored at betas assigned assignedWe assignfdto
to see th the worlds seeire We supt su suggest suggestthe > st stthe t tt
the t e humane aoctocies congress fIN look into intothe JDtothf intothe
the case of cruel treatment treatmentThe treatltlftttTM treatmentThe
The Cubs went into formal f rmal practice practiceham pra practiceat ti e eat
at 1 1l0 > > with wtt 1UtdIIe Rltc de pitching and Needa Need Xetdham
ham catcbtajc It wm eaoy oa oawith a awgslg wgslgy yb ota work workwith ork orkwith
with notable asocial to make 1te it remarkable re remarkable re1lMUtca1tk ¬
markable 1lMUtca1tkThe markableThe
The regular cb IIftep was soon inaction in inaction inactloII
action Kiang showed great form i iah n nshoottnc nBbootlDr
shoottnc ah o oetine to the baeee Zimmerman n at atsecond atsecoed atsecond
second was e exceedingly sprightly and andenthuoeama andr
aroused r some enthuoeama eaUWstil enti itema by his nimble nimblefleldtasA nimblefleJdlQC nimbledeldhs
fleldtasA deldhs Keoiham NM4I knocked to t the in inAeid inAeId
Aeid Ib id and Roaibaoh to the far gardens gardensCosBollv xardensComMn gardensConnelly
CosBollv e of the American League Leaguewas Leaguewas Leaguewag
was chosen chosen to Judge bells k s and strike strikeand strikeand strikes strikesand
and Hank k ODay to give the base de deCMOM decI deClefena
CMOM CMOMRigler cI ClefenaRlgler I L LIer
Rigler Ier and Bd Sheridan were stationedin stationed
in the outbid During the progress ofthe of ofthe ortlte
the game a moving picture machine machinetrained machinetrained h1ne h1netrahted
trained its lens on all the stirring movement move movemeats moveJlteDUl
mentA meats meatsA JlteDUlA
A real cheer greeted gre ted te t e Philadelphians Philadelphianswhen Phlladelphianawhen PhUadtlphlanswheft
when they wont on their thou preliminary preliminarywork prelimlniolrywork
work Thomas was wa catching ard ardBtrunk ardStruak
Btrunk in center Jinunie Dygert and andCy anllCy
Cy Morgan were the fango r no hittersStsssnk hitters hittersStrtMk hitteT hitteTStnIIIIc
StrtMk Ras w a In deep center with Coombs CoombsplayiMg Coombspia
paying pia behind Be IDd second BaITs clever clevere ch clevernett f > r rat
nett at short wu the big feature e for fortbe fortile forthe
tile Athletics warmup and he got many manybands manyINIS
bands INIS for his circus stunts stuntsComa 1K1IM8c stuntsCatel
Coma c Mack made ae announcements announcementset
I et e Ma Metatoy JIa n w > He pretended prot8A eli to be the thtCoatiaeed tn tnConttBued theContinued
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