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Goldfish In InLeon Leon de Vouxs VouxsCatch VouxsCatch Flo ux s sCatch
Catch Squirm With Or Ordinary Ordinary OrdinarY
dinary Succors SuccorsDAMAGING SuccorsI
Rich Harvest Reaped By Self SelfStyled SelfStyled SelfStyled
Styled Sorcerer In Capital CapitalAuthorities CapitalAuthorities CapitalAuthorities
Authorities SayWhen Say SayWhen SayWhtl1
When LeGit DC
Voux selfstyled < < am amcorer JIOrcorer norcorer
corer mystic and scar w threw bIB n net netIn netIn t tin
in Washington he captured suckersand lMICINrsand suckers eudtersand
and sheopheads slM phoadtr aplentysad aplenty pIe tyAd and some gomefew IIOmefew
few goldfish goldfishThe goldAidtThe goldhdtThe
The geMflah 3eHtftllhmenaiMI aeldAshmen men and woman of ofwealth oCweaJth ofwealth
wealth and lid social standing in Wash Washington WasbIngtontoday Washingtontoday ¬
ington Ingtontoday today are squirming squirmingHaving 1M11drmIR 1M11drmIRHaYing equhniingHaving < <
Having foolishly confided eo iMed details of oftheir or1hclr oftheir
their domestic dome tJe infelicity to paper and andintrusted andIntru8t andintrusted
intrusted Intru8t the paper paPer to the seer the U poor poorgoldfish poorgoldfish poorgoldfish
goldfish who bo were unwary enough to tobe tob6 tobe
be caught caulfhtby by the supposed efficacy of ofa ofa ofa
a charm composed oompo ed of a lock of hair hairand hairand hairand
and some ashes shes In a chamois bag are
having some very unhappy moments momentsLetters moment momentLetters momentsy
y Letters Guarded GuardedThe GuardedThe GuardedThe
The police hare the letters They are
being guarded very closely however
aWl It Is unpleasant the goldfish think
to even surmise what the result would
be If theee letters were made public
Singly and without knowledge that thatsome thatsome t tsome
some of o their friends had appealed appealedDe u to >
De Voux who was arrested yesterday yesterdayand Yt Ytand yetudakrand
and this morning mernln taken to Police Court CourtWhere CcMIrtwhere Courtwhere
Where the charge of larceny 1arcB by trick trtokwas triekwas trickwas
was continued these 01 prominent men menand n nnnd matand
and women wrote to the sorcerer te aid aidthem ItkIthem aidthem
them themThese themThese themThese
These letters Jett singly 81nsl meant nothing
Collectively Collecth y they form a a very menacing menad s
document documentDe documentDe documentDe
De Voux was taken into custody cu8t y
through the agency of Mrs X Maria MariaThornborg Mariila MariilaThornberg rtlta rtltaThornberg
Thornberg matron JDatronof of th the First precinct preeinctstation precinct8tdtlOn pretnctst
station st 1tlon He was released r on 51091 1 bond bondpending bGDdpfnding bondpending
pending his appearance In Felice P ltce Court Courtthis Courtthf frontthib
this thf mornln morning
Crude C e VoodoosThe Voodoos VoodoosThe yoOdoP8 yoOdoP8The
The poMee I a aar nrnothing that Mt isle 1iIenothing isletmysilCiest tmysilCiest mystietaMi OMSJ
nothing more than ttNufoa a erode Voodoo VOCKIOotrenUy Ap Apparently Apparently ¬
parently trenUy it was the same me aort of a performance per IHSrformance
1 formance ormance which Kipling chronicles in InThe InThe I IThe j
The House of Suddhoo 15udc1booDe euddhooDe I IDe
De Voux sold Id love charms they say sayTile sayTUe sayTile i
1 Tile charms were email chamois cbam Is bagsY bags bagsluitd ba3 t
Y luitd ie1 with rusty ru ty nails bits of hair and andashes andashes andashes
ashes Twenty to one hundred dollar ctollare
was the j jA price prleeA priceA
A single day cia of business netted him himAU himLeo
AU 0160 Leo according vt to the authorities authoritiesLetters aulhorfUeLetters authoritiesLetters
Letters which came from wellknown wellknowntolk wellknownfolk
folk were found in his effects e effectsWants < < ect ectWants
Wants Love Returned ReturnedOn ReturnedOne
One On cf the most mo t startling startUn of all of the theletters Uteletters
letters comes the detectives say Yo from froma
a woman worn au Mrs 1 L > a clerk in one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Government Goem nt departments paltmentJI She Shede Shededares dedares de
dares that she wishes a return r orn of love lovefrom Jovefrom
from one of the department chiefsOne chiefs chiefsOne chletOne
One > of the letters from this woman womante1J womantell
tell teUr the seer that sh she can come Sunday Sundaywhen Sundaywhen
when site Is I at Sunday School hool andcontinues and andcontinues
continues continuesI
I dont know bust how to work workmy workmy rk rkmy
my deter r comforter conato ter Something seemsto seems ms msto
to be d dotoe doll1 tr in his mind She then thenrecites thenrecitES thenrecitPs
recites a 2 trip trip rip with the official to the
Public Pt bllc Library where she he tells how howhe hiWhC howhe
he has held her hand on one cf the
balconies balconiesThese baJconJeeThe balconiesThese
These The e are > but samples The letters
hundreds of them come from all ove ovethe over overthe overthe r
the world London Paris New York YorkWashington Yorkashln
Washington ashln on Chicago are ar represented representedas
s as are cities and towns in Mai Ma Maland laJMl laJMlVirginia I4 d dYlrinla
Virginia Wisconsin Ohio Utah and andscores aOOsrores andscores
scores o of other S SFrom Stats StatsFrom fNJ fNJFrom
From povertystricken POt paver > rtystricken negroes in inAlexandria InAlexandria i iAlexandria n
Alexandria to names with which to con conjure conjure conjure ¬
jure in the social world his clientele clientelewas clientelewaS clienteldrawn e eP ebe
was tease drawn and In sharp contrast with withthe with11e wit h eh
the e letters l < tter which are carefully raretull guarded JnJard JnJardthe guarddthe P
fey the police until their contents can cansiftedand be besifted belttE bebe
siftedand sifted lttE and their contents ontenL may never neverrc be berepealed beJCPal beronW
repealed JCPal rc Paled l because of the disaster itcaseis it could couldCRise rouwR1SeIR
R1SeIR CRise Is one from frt m an old nero in Alex Alexandria AJexnndria Alexandria ¬
andria He pleads with De Voux Dux to tohim let lethim Jelhim letrm
him skip kip one iwiynrent for a love charm charmend clurmmd tits titseen rm rmsick
end md std tells the seer eer r that he has ha been b bani een sick sickan stckrn
an ani 3 ov out > t of work for some me time timeFrom timeFrom
From Alexandria where the manthought man is isthought
thought to have had many clients clientsContinued come comeContinued eoMeContinl
Continued Continl d on Second Page PageWEATHER 1 PoseWEATHER < < 8
The Th position Jt ltion this morning Jn mtag niag of the U West WestIndian WeatIrrJian WasJrdian
Indian hurricane cannot be dennitely d dnttely dnitel dniteldetermined y
determined 11 rmined as all wires are flt awn town > wn in inthr i n
the Florida peninsula south of Jackson Jacksonlille JackaonIlf Jackson111e
lille Ilf so o that observations from Tampa TampaJupitc Tampaiqitrr Tam Tamnr
Jupitc iqitrr nr U r and Key West eat are missing ml miss sl g The Thecenttr Thi Thicenter
center however is probably near nea Tampa Tam Tarnpa Tamra
pa The winds are already becoming becomi becomihigh
high as far North as the South Carols Carolscow Carolina es
coast cow 111 t The Th storm appears to be moving movingnorthnortheastward moVi movin movinnorthnortheastward 6
northnortheastward northnorthea tward and dangerous dangerousgales dangerouscal dsngero dsngerogaits ns i
gales cal s are indicated for the south Atlan Atlantic AUafttlc Atiantic ¬
tic probably extending extendlD < < northward to 1
Hatteras during the next twelve to t
twentyfour hours hounlFORECAST hoursFORECAST
Fir F tonight Wednesday Wecl partly partlycloud partl partlco b
cloud co Itmd i not much change In tempera te totore IIH IL ¬
ture northeasterly winds increasing lIIern
8 a ant m 47
9 a m it
20nm 10 1 a m I IIl
11 a m ft
32 1 noon fi 11SUN
1 P mpm m B
2 p pm m
Sun rises 532 532Sun i12Sun g
Sun Sunsets sets i19 i19TIDE
Today TodayHI Hi High p tide 7 7S a m and andp lid 7 7p 7411 46
p 1 m to low w t tTomorrow tItle 141 a JIL aDd andTomorrowitch 181 p D1 D1TomorrowHich
Tomorrow TomorrowHich High tide S2t J a m and
837 p 1 m tow 10 tide 258 21 a m ft and 84 235 3 3p JS JSp
p m
Both rivers clear c ear this morning morntn
Principal Principaloi Facing Sensational SensationalDivorce SensationalDivorce SensationalDivorce
Divorce Suit Asks for forSubstitute forSubstitute forSubstitute
Substitute SubstituteAt
At his own request reque t It is said Prof ProfReginald profRe ProfReginald
Reginald Re Reginald < < tnald I Thompson principal eip l of the theHamilton theHamtIten theHamilton
Hamilton school and of the Franklin Franklinnight Franklinnipht Franklinnittht
night school Against whom sensational HD sensationalcharges 8tlonal 8tlonalehar
charges ehar were sled yesterday ye ten1ay by b his hiswife h1a1o1C hiswife
wife 1o1C ilr MnL Maud Thompson Thontp on in asuit asuitfloe a suit suittor
floe 1 r aainteaanee nainteiMCnee r tDte ctaee pending tendtg1tetween between them themHite themihgea
Hite Iqf ihgea wan Msgwrarlly lHtrarll7 relieved ef ate atet h histf J JJftWUt
JftWUt > tf both sehnis Mv ShgK Stunt Stuutt
t was stated positively po ttlv8ly by It Supe Supeten Superto Supertotend Supeiuifltettdeat
tettdeat tend ten tmt nt Stuart this Ud afternoon that t at atThompecm
Thompson had not resigned as be hadthreatmtedto had hadthreatened hadthreatened
threatened threatmtedto to do and that he had not DOtbeen notbeen
been suspended uNo No action would bo botaken b6taken betaken
taken against him here if at all saidthe said saidthe ld ldthe
the superintendent until after the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court disposes dl8po es of his case ca e
Prof Thompson is at his home about abouta
I a half mile outside of Glendale Glendal iitt iittHe AtliHe U UHe
He lives alone there but has relatives relativesin
> k in the village He was 88 not at either of ofhis ifhis
i i his > schools yesterday or last night nightThere nightThere nightThere
There is now a substitute sub tJtute in his place placeat pJaceat placeat
j at both schools schoolsProf schoolsProt schoolsProf
Prof Thompson Thomp on asked a ked to have a sub substitute substitute ¬
a stitute put in his h place indefinitely Indellnltt indefinitelysaid > I Iaid
said Mr Stuart because u e he said he
felt that it would be better for the wel
f fare of the school for him to be superceded super superseded superNeded
ceded there until the charges preferred preferredagainst preferredAgaln preferredgainst
against Agaln a t him by his wife are disposed d1s of ofand ofand ofand
and I agreed with him I have not re received 1ecelVed recelved ¬
c celVed from any intimation of an inten ¬
t tion on his part to sever his connection connectionwith
t with the school system systemActing 8yatemActing systemActing
Acting Secretary of the oBard of Education Ed Education Educatlon ¬
ucation Wilmot said he had seen en noth ¬
1 ing of any communication from Mr
Thompson Thompsonilrs Tbomp ThompsonMrs on onIrs
Mrs Irs Thompson Thomp on filed a suit against
her husband for maintenance for herself her herself herHIt ¬
self and child last week She avers that
he has not contributed to her support supportsince supportsince supportsince
since last fall She is s now living at
516 Sixth street northeast northeastThompson DOrtheastThompeon
Thompson has until next Fridj Frld toshow to toshow toshow
show cause why he should not sup support support support ¬
port his family familyDistrict famll famllI
District Commission Orders OrdersMore OrderslVlo
More lVlo e Cars In Rush RushHours RushH RushHours
Hours HoursThe H urs ursThe
The District Dl trtet Electric Railway Com Cornntlesiun CommlllllJun
mission has issued l ued an order for better betterservice bettor1Ifn1ee
service on tbe Anacostia line during the therush therwJh
rush r ush hours of the afternoon aUernODllrhe oon oonThe
The action ac oo of the commission is in
line with the desires de lr of residents of ofAnacostia orAnaco utAnaowetia
Anacostia Anaco tJa who through the Anacostia Anaco AnacostiaCltirelta ta taCitJTe
Citizens CitJTe a Association
recently filed a acomplaint acomplaint
complaint complaintThe
The order is effective October 24 4 and andprovides antiprovtc1es
provides that the Washington Vashtngt n RaIlway Rallwa Rallwaand RaIlwayand
and Electric Company shall operate Va Varween 1Iatween r3 r3tlveen
rween tween Ninth and F streets northwest northwestand north northwestand west westand
and Anacostia south and an east bound boundcars boundcars boundcars
cars each having a seating seatlns capacity of ofnot ornot u
not less le than thirtyfour adults on a aheadway nheadway
headway ItMdwa of not more than twoandonu t twoandonuf Oandonu1 Oandonu1balf 1 1half
half minutes minut leaving Ninth and F Fstreets Fstreets I
streets northwest t and Anacostla south souchjand soeth I Iand
and east bound cars each having a a seat seating
tag 1nt capacity of not less than thirtyfour thJrt thirtyfouradults tour
I adults on a headway of not more than thantwoandonehalf thantwoandonehalf I
twoandonehalf minutes leaving Ninthand Ninth j I Iand
I and F streets northwest alternate cars carsto I It
to t pass over the Center Market routeand route routethe 0 0alld
and the Union Station route between betwentbtt betweenthe
the hours of 430 p m and 5 p m and andp
< p m and 830 s p m on all days exoepting ex excepting excej ¬
cepting cej dng Sundays and holidays holidaysof
of from seven to eight minutes on tho thothe thoI
I Ul Union On Station dine and six minutes on onthe
the Center Market line lineIt UneIt
It was said at the office of the Dis District District 1isttict ¬ I
trict commission this afternoon that thatthe tllatthe
the order was issued after an invesitgaflan investi investitlon
potion tlon by H 1L C Eddy Edd the secretary secretaryto
taw to the conditions complained of by b
Ute Anaoostla A stla citizens It was also alsos aJsoW alsosaid I
s said 4d that the Washington Railway RaUwa and andBlectrie andJIIectrle andBleatrie 1
Blectrie Company would comply with withthe withthe viththe
the order
At the top is shown the crowds of people that swarmed the house tope topeoverlooking tepsoverlooking tapeoverlooking
overlooking the ball park Admission to these pointS of vantage cost from frwnone fromone fromone
one dollar up upIn upIn upIn
In the lower picture is shown the rival first basemen Frank Chance Chanceand Cha Chanceand e eand
and Harry Davis Davis shaking bands and wishing each other defeat
Hurricane Forming South of ofJamaica ofamaica ofasnits
Jamaica amaica May l ay Complete De Destruction Destruction Destruction ¬
struction In Cuban City CityBULLETIN CityBULLETIN CityBULLETIN
ST AUGUSTINE Fla Oct 18 ISIt ISItis x8Itis It Itis
is impossible to estimate the number numberof numberof numberof
of dead down the coast in this after afternoons afternoons ¬
noons storm The hurricane is raging ragingwith ragingwith ragingwith
with fearful velocity A large part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the business section of this city ci is un under under
der wafer The storm tide is the high highest 1 1est I Iest
est in sixteen years yearsHAVANA j jj
j HAVANA HAV 4 A Oct IS lWlth With more than thanMtt tban11r
Mtt 11r 1 + estimated dead and a property loss losselieved I Jbelieved Ibelloved
believed b to amount a tCtunt to millions of dollars dol dollars dollars ¬
lars from the two terrinc hurricanes hurricanesthat hurrlcanesthat hurricanesthat
that have swept Cuba in the past froelc tioeka froelca eek eeka
a third hurricane of equal intensity Intenslt to tothe toth tothe
the th first two Is said to be forming formingsouth formingsouth formingsouth
south of Jamaica Havana is It in thethroes the thethroes thethroes
throes of panic The last l t two gales galeshave galeshaye galashave
have done incalcuable damage and a athird athird j
third may beggar the island I
The second gale pI has about died down i
but communication with interior points j
Is still cut off Shipping all along the j
coast has suffered terribly and it Is 1
feared that many lives have been lost lostContinued lostContinued I j jContinued
Continued on Fifth F fifth Page
School Teacher Wives WivesRage All AllRage 1
Rage This Fall Says SaysSupt SaysSupt SaysSupt
Supt Stuart StuartIf
If the activity In the matrimonial matrimonialmarket nMttimonllmarket ntatrmo ntatrmomarket alai 1
market continues we wit be ept eptmaking bu8yIBklng busy busymaking
making new teacher appointments appointmentswinter this thiswinter thIswinter 6
winterThis winterThlg winter winterThis
This statement was made today todaySuperintedent by bySuperintedent BYSuperlntedent j
Superintedent of Schools Stuart who whopreparing is ispreparing Ispreparing
preparing new names names nam to submit bmlt to toBoard the th thBo
Board Bo rd ofEduoaiion of Education tomorrow tlB lTOW to Mi v vDainties va vacancies a
Dainties left by young women teachers teacherswho teacllenrwh teacherwho s
who wh have been married married this fall fallTen failTen all allTen
Ten teachers have married since sinceboard the theboard theboard
board last met said Mr Stuart There Thereseems Thereseems T Tseems here e
seems to be an unusual demand for forschool fwschool f fschool m IT
school school teacher teacher wives this winterare winter Weare We Weare e
are glad to see theee young women get getting gettlng g gting et ¬
ting along in the worid though we are aresorry aresorry at atsorry e
sorry to lose their services servicesThe servicesThe servicesThe
The large number of marriages proved proveda prov prova ed d
a boon to the Normal School graduates graduateswho graduatewho
who saw 8ft saw w no hopes of getting positions po poet dots Itionsthis
this wlater wluter As a result re ult ef Cupid Cupidmarkmanship Cupids Cupldsmarkmnehtp s
tnarkmanship thirtythree of the eighty elghttlnee etgh etghtlfYee
three graduates who faced the weal wealwith winter winterwith er
with the prospect proape t of no appointment appointmentwill appointr appointrwill ant t
will be b be brought Into service 1lee if the board boardconfirms boardconfirms ba baconfirms and a I
confirms Mr Stuarts recommendations s
tomorrow tomorro
Connie Mack Urges His HisMen HisMen H HMen is s
Men to Go Into Game De Determined Determined ¬
termined to Win WinHow WinHow WinHow
How the Teams Lined L necl Up Upfor Upfor U P
for f fATfLIpffC5 or Game Gam Toda Today TodayKterd To a
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Oct 18Ftoe IS Fin and hot ot here today toda just justthe justthe >
the weather w aertor for for baseball l andwith and aMIda thingswith things
with Ida straws In them Kverybody with withth WithaZice wi withe
th the price aZice s taking both bothMuch bothMue bothflash
Much Mue more aatmaUoit doft was notices noticesoutside aottceabie aottceabieoutsUte DOtleobIeouteIcM ble
outside the t e grounds today than yester y er
day da and JICI was due to th the Athletics wtn wtnniog wlnmag wiflfling
fling the opener The Philadelphia Pb MelphIa faps fapsare t8iSare f fare
are so enthused they are beglanin beslnninmake to tomake toe
make e a fuss tu like a noise DOI e when the theAtltietic bold boldAthletics boldAt boldto
Athletics At J8tte turn < oft < l something good goodpractice in inpractice inpractice lathe
practice but on the whole w eIe they aremoot are r theAa3 the u umost
most mootfrom sedate rooters aver seen away a Aa3 Aa3an
from an amateur cricket game atEatgliah at an anBAgtfait anEAc anz
BAgtfait EAc aIt country club Th The a1 a1papers afwrnopn afwrnopnpapers atternepnpape1ll z
papers yesterday ye terda spoke at length o ofans of offans f frs i itaM
fans cheering the violets for two hours hoursafter bon bonafter rs rsyea i ialter
after the downfall of tb the Cttb Cubs put rsa ai a
copper on that I rAttle > lttle more aU suwas aUoatSon aUoatSonwas aUWu yea
was paid to the t e feat than to sa Ogo Ols > >
KepttbHcaa getting gettlD a a job as consul to a
fat post
Quaker Fans Enthuse EnthuseQuaker EnthuseQ1Iaker EnthuseQuaker
Quaker fans feel feel their th onthusiaaa onthusiaaabut Oftt enthusiasmbut uslaca uslacabut fassa fassaasst
but dont express it much much Naturally
the the home folk are full of C snthusi snthusiand 4M1 enthusiasm enthusiasmand usi asst
I and things over the brave way wa the theAthletics thtAthJetlca th e
Athletics youngsters stood up and under underI
fire yesterday but our statement that thatIt t ths thsit < st stIt t
It was a most ordinary ball game gam gamI e
j goes as it lays ays They did all that thatwas tJaatj the
j was as expected of them and they are aregetting ar argetting e
I getting good 004 wages for it We Weare Wearenot are arenot ar arnot
not not here to see a series HtI for the cbam
pionahip of northeast Washington
t but of the world and an it is i up to t the thecontenders
i contenders eontr to f furnish a first ArsLgame eJasa eJasagame cJ8MJI
I game of real baseball baseballBoth base U UBot
Both Bot teams were wer on the t e field earl early 8rly 8rlyand
and the game started promptly at atp 2
P ra
Lapp Has His Delivery DeliveryIjapp DeliveryLapp
Lapp is the regular catcher c cher fo for forCoombs forCt r
Coombs Ct Co itnb8 mh and handles handl his delivery deliver today todaybut todaybut todaybut v
but th the sentJmaat nt1tnGt te to send Ira Thom Tbomas
as back Ira has been going golD got along stoata IonK as asa
a reoogaLaed second rater ror OI years yearsbut
but he came into his own yesterday yesterdayand Y
and the demure softtoned Quaker fans fanswant fats fatswant s
want to see him keep on catching until untilhe ua til
be blows up or makes mak a a permanent permanentrepatatieft
reputation repatatieftDysert
Dygert was 8S pitching and Donahue DonahueContinued DonahueContinued DonahuContinued e
Continued on Tenth Paso
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Disabled Airship Is Abandoned When Bermuda B rmuda Liner LinerComes LinerComes LinerComes
Comes to Aid of Aeronauts Who Started for forEurope forEurope forBurope
Europe EuropeALMOST EuropeALMOST BuropeALMOST
Royal Mail Steamer Trent Captain Downs Reports Finding Find Finding Finding
i ing of Helpless I Aerial Navigators NavigatorsExpected NavigatorsExpectedto Expected Expectedto
to Arrive In New York Tomorrow TomorrowNEW TomorrowlTEW TomorrowNEW
NEW YORK Oct IB ISA A wireJess s dispatch from the
Royal Mail steamer Trent Bermuda Bexa nda to New York received
here her this afternoon of the dirigible btliooa bll on America AmericaThe ViaThe JJJ Iica IicaThe
The following wireless dispatch to the officials oi cials of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company was received from Captain pisia Downs this afternoon afternoonAt
At 5 a L m today sighted ted Wellaians Wel1uta1 Weil sns s airship America
in distress distressSignaled distrcssSignaled distressiPnaed
Signaled iPnaed by Morse code that she ueqnired DeqU red assistanceand assistance assistancej
j and help After three hours of maHenveriog and fresh freshwinds freshwinds freshminds
winds blowing got W WeOman e1hftAn with his entire crew and cat catThey catThey catThep
They are all noW safe on board All are welL The The9merica
America was abandoned in latitude 3543 north longitude
631S westCapt west westCaptain westCapt
Captain Capt in Downs later aer notified h him company eo ang that the
Trent would arrive in New York tomorrow According to tothe tothe tothe
the description given en by Mm J him m of olthe the disaster di aster to the airship airshipshe
she was abandoned abcmt t 230 miles north by east of Cape
Hatteras Arttnre
I The new news of the rescue Ie < < Ue ea Dame DIe e teGds teGdscky to lids lidsity Ms Mssteamer
cky c ity QIl Use beels eC a lfII report OIt fans bGDJllea the theeteamrer
steamer Xesaba Jllea h4eeab thai the ttir ir irbettered marl6a marl6atots YiKa YiKators
tots Ud succeeded JCe C1e4 Ja rachiog 9MJe 9MJeLJad
Island LJadrids
rids report haeter was bettered 1 t tI to toJMLYft
leave been d1Ie to the wba winless openIer openIeru
I OH o n tin u Mesaba X mtertMrfte nlresdiyr a arem dispatch dispatchfrern tllrnpaschfrom
from rem the Hustle Olar The PGIB1 PGIB1tbe note wnoxethe wnoxe tRbaethe
the airsMp was picked Iekad uu vs Is about baK baKAeWMJ ha haxw
xw 1 F 1nteea SamAa s teat eap Caps > BW BWdte tb tbsb
AeWMJ sb flMSMlaj whet lb the theIowa afrlihr tai 1 bt3it bt3italotl UIIt UIIttat
alotl Iowa far out of Its eouMe stfte stfteported fAoee fAoeeported e eport
ported port off ifft sttucket dmt tilt M Sunday
From tt4C 12 p m Sunday ulaF new Cap ¬
tain Downs 1 > owM message > teseae e wa was received receivedsboc reoeIveclrar reoeivodelac
sboc after rar n nun n today t U ue e Atlnatic Atlnatichad AU Ads 1tkbad 1tk utichad
had been swept from wireless stations statiomslong stationstons statio statiotIeD
tIeD a tons the coast The America AIDeI1eahead was last lastbead
bead o of oft gasconset 9 Mass x At 1 1oclock 1oeloek 145 145diode ±
diode Sunday afternoon Wireless Op Operator 0perator Operator ¬
erator Gina in the Marconi Companys Companysreeled C Cstadon Coepanyutation
stadon s at neacnDut neat a query dt dt1eeted
reeled to the America JDedea asking tt all on onboard onboard I
board were well The reply very feebleand feeble feebleand feebleaDd
and indistinct tBC ltlDet cam came back It consisted consistedof ted tedot
of the t e stogie gle word Tes r Tee It was then thenestimated tJaeae thenestimated
estimated e Umated that the America was wa 1M to j
300 00 miles mUe east of the Massachusetts Massachusettscoast xsehusettsCO8t Massaehusettacoast
coast although aJ her exact location was I
doubtful doubtfulAPRflQQ doubtfulAt doubtfulAt
At that time sad ad alum the 1ftther I
Five Contestants for Bennett BennettTrophy BennettTrophy
Trophy Reported Headed Hesojedfor Hettdedfor Headedfor
for Canada CanadaST I IST
ST LOUIS Oct IS 130L Of the ten bal balloons baIJcHma ¬
lo loons otna which started start from nMa St St Xouis Xouisyesterday roIsye s
yesterday ye tenly la the international lBtatJoaalraCe Iatetradoaaitees distance distancerace
race for tOJ the Gordon aor Bennett cup supC six sixware sixwwe C
ware heard from fro t early today todayOwe t4M1a7ORe
Owe of 0 the Mg gas bags theChub the Million MillionCteb 1OIIIoIaClub IfJHbnto
Club of St St Louts was conHetled eIIed to totend to1aDd
tend s SOX x miles north of Ratine Wto Wtoat WIIIat Wisat
at 1 1 oclock Pilot P ot Von V Phal it is IeHeTed isPaved be beMeved 1Nbalioat
Paved was afraid to t4 cross the Jake JakeAlfred Jakeutred
Alfred L Le Blancs Blane Frenchpassed French balloon balloonpassed b Ioa IoapM
passed pM ed over ZIon City HL Ill at atoclock I IockH JA
oclock ockH tW this morning Le Blame Blametraveling IaAe IaAetraveU was wastraveling we
traveling traveU Ig In a north DOrtty eaoterly direction directionbefore dlrectlcab4tore der derbefore esttjoa
before a strong brave He dropped droppedDOte droppednote a anote
note saying s ytag that all was well weOFlv wellFive
Flv Five balloons were sighted msr 0 < Mil Milwaukee 1101Wtlukee ¬
waukee They were selling at atof a aof height heightof
of about bout SMO 2 < < A feet feetBalloon teetBaJIoon feetBalloon
Balloon experts here said today that thatthe thatthe th ththe at
the course taken by y the t e bafloojs baIIoo baIIoothe wa wathe
the beat that could Have powrtby y ytaken 1 beea beeataken
taken After sailing 11n < < tot to the west for a ashort t tshort
short distance dlstn < e the gas bags ba veered to tothe tothe
the northeast and Del from the t loimtkm lax bn o of ofthose ofthoee f
those this morning it t is evidentbound evident i all are arebound anboWld m om yy
bound straight trt gtst for the Canadian botMAeronauq border borderAeronauts
Aeronauts maintain that across acrosslakes the thelakes tileJakes
lakes on the th Canadian side the there is tsstrom s a astroror
tI tIa
stroror eastern current that will t carry carrya I
a balloon to the Atlantic coast It Itthis was wasthis wasthis
this route that Capt Ca pt 1 1sought Eugene Ea < < Honeywell HoueTWCIIsOtIg yweit
sOtIg sought t OD IL trial ftiCbt > evenJ JDOCa IIf IIfago
ago and It would cane JIO nrpl18e e If Ifthe
the 1 aeronauts strike strikeincrease tb1a eurTeDt eurTeDtmar6BS8 tur n
increase S the IoogdIBtaJlQO JIIgbt 5bt record j
bureaus 1 bnrataas ar have rfeparteg mtM weather off 0 < <
the Atlantic seaboard with the excep ¬
tion of o an electric trtorm off 0 < < Sable Sa l
Island I8I d M loll miles aft e < < the Nova Scotfe
eoeat eoeatAJUaouIda co laat laatAlthough astAltbonsk
Although no official o Ida1 advice have ha been
received r as to bow the balloon wasrecked was wasreeked
wrecked w reeked it is battered 1 elIe ed that it feU eU a a
victim v ictim of the Sable Island electrical
MonA storm and was wrecked iD m a tempest tempe t of
lightning licb and lid sharp IIbar contrary tr arytiy winds
Th The America had evidently evidentlysharp been blown
ouR far to sea and ad drifts down downaa owB put pa3tt
the gateway sate to barbvr beyond tM B Bo6 Bo6ftft
t omn aa and a to so sovtfiern u uthern th ftft ernt fnofts poft poftJ
Sundajr It J was reportd n > > ortd ne damage had hadaDd
bass 400 seas aDd no mention was made of
bad bIICuer b ad weather At noon Sunday mda the last
m mesaag age from the America stated that
WeUman e believed he was southwest JIOUd1we south eel t of
Nantucket Dtuck The TJaeomer1c America was wa equipped
with all instruments used by navigat ¬
ors and many specially constructed
Among these t these eIIe was a meter for the fore for ¬
casting c of future futureone attir weather
The original plan was to turn the
America landward ward if the weather be ¬
came too dangerously threatening t As
events e have aave transpired it is believed
that the America was taken unawares
by the storm orm late Sunday aDd has been
drifting about In n the air m fa the mercy
of o f the winds iDck ever since
The fact tint the wireless Ja instruments tntments
were ere working wo lllc oil o the America today in ¬
dicated that t the balloon bail n has i been eeD n itg
nuiring for help through the agency
of her wireless wireJ although experts
thought t that probably Operator Jade
Irwin I 1 husbanded the precious electric
jute aDd did not send calls ca for 1 fc It to lp
except e at long intervals
The weather off the coast an along the
Atlantic seaboard has been foggy t and
It fa considered probable that Weltman
did not know exactly where 1 he was
drifting driftingAll drittlDgAU driftingAll
All Dirigible 8ecen Reewie R s Brakes BrakesJudging 1kktafrdIa BrrnkeaJudging
Judging frdm the information taf received ree receivedit ved vedit
It is believed VeUmaa has broken brok all alldirigible aUdhiPble alldirigible
dirigible balloon baUoeBAceDrdIDc recordsAccording records recordsAccording
According to captain Downs report
the America warn in the air seventytwo
bouts boutsHaving boUieHaring
Having left Atlantic City at I StI oclock
Sunday morning mo it was almost three
days that t at the crew were 1NIeaJott aloft Captain
Down stated that he first sighted kted the thtrIca > >
America rIca at i a m IlL today although the tb
balloon was maneuvering JD eaveriDg in wind cur CUTreata ¬
rents for three hours before the IDeO me
were taken off offThe otrTIle
The old record for continuous flight flightwas flightas
was as made on May tt itt by Count Countwbo
Zeppelin who remained aloft for thirty
seven boars WeUman We11m n nearly ne rly doubled cMu Ied
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patches pate that lat the new Portuguese repub re reyab reabIc
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de Atte laortngu Portuguese minister mu muknow Aal Aaleter eteree doesnt doesntknow cIoe8ntIaaow
know whether he Is s either eldaera a a viscount vI cotuIt or orSince
a Ddai8ter Ddai8terSlDee
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family ily fled rrnm the guns IUI which bom ¬
barded the palace the Portuguese min JIII ¬
later hw h received no advices from Lis ¬
bon The new government Is taking taId < < its
time fa m communicating with him h while
the viscount ands his situation tDatioft dally Ib be becoming beco beoottning ¬
coming co more preplexing pftpIex pftpIexThe S
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matter and lid is spending most of o his m time timeat timeat tsarsat
at the Metropolitan Iletn > Dolitau Club What his hteconcerning hJ hJwID
Maas wID be Ia the event eat the rDJaO rDJaOeoDeaId rumor
concerning eoDeaId die abolishment eat of Ms W title titleNt
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