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Fair FoirTr Thursday Tonight = and andThursday lIte iwiashi iff a hiniton o Jime LAST LAsrEnmON LAsrEnmONI LAsrEnmONx LAS i EDITION EDITIONYesterdays dli dliFair I IL I
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GUBSANDATHLETIGS GUBSANDATHLETIGSREADY CUBS AND ATHLETICS
READY TO RESU RESUME RESUMEt 1E 1ESERIES
t SERIES FOR TITLE TITLETeams TITLEeams
Teams eams Reach Chicago Today Todayand Todayand Todayand
and Will Meet Again To Tomorrov Tomorro Tomorrov
morrov morro Afternoon AfternoonREULBACHAND
i iREULBACHAIcr j jREULB
REULBACHAND REULB CHAf1 PLANK PLANKARE PLANK PLANKARE PLANKARE
ARE NEXT CHOICES CHOICESChance CIIOICESChance CHOICESChance
Chance Still Believes Veterans VeteransWill VeteransWill VeteransWill
Will Be Able to Stop Philadelphia Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia AthleticsLatest Athletics AthleticsLatest AthleticsLatest
Latest Situation in n Series Ser es esfor
for or Worlds Baseball Title T TitleAthletics tle tleAthletics
Athletics are now decided favorites favoritesChicago
Chicago fans still loyal to Cubs in inhour inhaur
hour of defeat defeatClubs defeatClubs defeatClubs
Clubs are at Chicago today resting retingbefore restingbefore
before resuming play tomorrow tomorrowReulbach tomorrowReulbach
Reulbach and Plank will probably probablypitch
pitch tomorrows game gameBy
By THOMAS S RICE RICECHICAGO RICECHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 19 The Cubs awl awlAthletics aHIAthletics an c cAthletics d
Athletics reached here today at atoclock atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock ready fo resume play tomorrowfor tomorrow tomorrowfor tomorrofor
for the worlds baseball championship chamPl n hlp
If loyal rooting will stem > > tem th the tide tideof tld tldof e
of defeat that seems to have Mt against aphtthe againsthe t
the Cubs Chances men and the Ath Athletics Athletics
letics will be on even te terms > rm when hen the theteams theteams thetoams
teams finish their first Chicago Chlea < < o engage engagement eDga eDgament engagement < < ¬
ment mentThe mentThe
The Chicago fang are desperate de pimLte over overthe ove ovethe r
the unexpected blowup of the Cubs
In Philadelphia They have not given givenup give giveup n
up hope although aJthou h they the realize reall that thatthe thatthe tha thathe t
the American League champions chmpl4 n have havesuch havesuch hav havsuch e
such a a bulge on tf ttr lr pets pet peblthat that a com eomp1eto
pleto reversal o form will have to totake totake t
take place before they may think of offinal o ofinal 1
final victory victoryChIcago victoryChicago
Chicago Is planning to storm the theest theWest
West est Side ball Jot tomorrew and rip rt rtthings rtthings t
things rp p In true Chicago style in an anettort a aeffort n
effort to I trip up the fast moving Ath Athletlcs
letlcs leticsVisions letlcsVisions letJcsVlslopfJ
Visions VlslopfJ of four toorst straight ralskt defeats de eats gf gfthe of ofthe ft ftthe
the Cuos Cubs loom large J rge en the lake f frost fJORtand frostand ront rontand
and the faaa will 111 move anythingavert anything an tb1Qg tb1QgRvert to toavert
avert subh a disaster dleaeterDeserveVlctory
DeserveVictory Deserve DeserveVlctoryThe Victory VictoryThe I
The victories vlc rie of the Athletics have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been so clealhcut cleancut and decisive de lslve thatthere that thatthere
there is title ground round left for cosee coseetion console eoRIJOIatlon I
tlon but t > ut the true Chicago C o fan ala stiff stiffhas still stillhas wI wIhas
has his hunch and that Is that thatsomething az J t
something will yet take place to wreck wreckthe wreckthe j
I
the Athletics Ana he Is 1 going to cling c11 c11to cl
to this hunch until ntll the iihethtng thing thingover Js Jsover Is I
over overThe overThe overThe I
The grandstand S1and tand seats eats have all allsold been beensold >
I i
sold for Thursdays and Fridays gan ganand game pntU pntUnnd
and the bleacherltes are already count counting countj countIng ¬ If I
ing the moments until they lh 1 can n swarm swarmInto warn warninto f I
Into the park Should Chicago Chlca win winThursdays wi wiThursdays in n
Thursdays game the outpouring of offans otfans o ofans f
fans on Friday Frida will 111 be just as heavy ltelLV ltelLVthus heavytThus I
thus Insuring a recordbreaking attend attendance attendance attendBill ¬
ance for the first four games IDe But Butshould E Bill Bushould t I
should the Athletics make it three threestraight threestraight thr thrstraight s
straight on Thursday it is doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether doubtfuwhether
whether the bleachers will wJllb be taxed ta taxedo taxedorrida3 d on onFrida n
Friday Frida for the Chicago bugs have no nolove nolove noas
love for for baseball ba ebal1 funerals funeralsCole tuneralsCole funeralsCole
Cole In Reserve ReserveAdvance ReserveAdvance ReserveAdvance
Advance advice from Manager Chanc Chancindicates Chance ChanceIndicates Chanceindicates e
Indicates that he will pitch Reulbaeh Reulbaeh1n Reulbaeh1nThursdays ReulbachlThursdays jln jlnThursdays n
Thursdays game with King Colothe Cole as asthe asthe
the understudy understudyFor understudyFor understudyFor
For Fridays contest conte t Chance < wit witprobably will willprobably willprobably 1
1t
probably use MdntJre who in n the part partof partot par paro1 t
of a game he pitched on Monday show shewContinued showContinued h9W h9WContinued
Continued on Page Thirteen ThirteenWEATHER ThirteenWEATHER I IWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe I IThe
I
The southern storm is now centered oonter oonterIn I I IIn
In southeastern Georgia During Du th thpast the thepast e j i
past fortyeight hours it has moved moveddirectly mov movnorthward j i
directly northward traversing the thl en entire entire ¬ i
tire Florida peninsula penl MUla and maintaining maintatM
great intensity intensityRains IntensityRaIns intensityRains I I
Rains in connection with this sto stonow storm stormnow rm I Inow
now prevail from Florida to the Dis Distrlct Distritt J
trlct of Columbia Hurricane warningare warning warnltlJfCare i iare
are displayed on the coast from Jack Jacksonville Jacksonville ¬
sonville northward to and including includl includlNorfolk ng
Norfolk and storm warnings north of o r
Norfolk to and Including J ludlng the New Jersoy Jer Jersey Jersey ¬ I
sey coast coastThe coastThe
I I
The southern storm will advance advancenortheastward advancenortheastward advancnortheastward e
northeastward along the coast and th thwestern the thewestern thewestem e
western disturbance dl turbance will move JnO ft direcuy direcuyeastward dlrecuytastward dtrecu dtrecueastward y
eastward probably t joining ohtiforee forcos foretI off 0 < < the th e j I
New Ne England coast was by b Thursday ntsrM
General rains are indicated for the th thStates e j j 1 I i
States lying east of the Mtasissieni Mtasissieniwfjh K1aINttriwIth Misslssiopiwith
wIth the exception of the central Gulf GulfngTon Gut Gutr f i j
ngTon rt r 1 ion on Dangerous gales will occ occur + r J > Idurlnl
during the next twentyfour hours hoursthe M 1 I Ithe
the coast section south of New Eng > ¬
land landThe landTht landThe II IIland
The col cold i weather weat from the west we t will wHloverspread willoersp w woverspread ill
overspread oersp d the central valleys tonight tonightand tonllhtand tonighand t tetas
and reach the coast section Het by y or dur ¬
ing Thursday night nightFORECAST nlptFORECAST nightFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT
Rain tonight ton > ght and Thjtrsday e eMoer Mer r
Thursday Thur day afternoon or night ni < < bt Juer tocreaa Juerng etas
ing ng and high northeasterly nor + heasterly winds 1tndsTEMPERATgBJIS windsTEMPRAT windsTEMPERATJTRBS
TEMPRAT TEMPERATJTRBS TEMPERATgBJIS TEMPERATgBJISL 7RSS 7RSSa I
32 1 11 9 S n L a a a noon m in mnoon m m E 1 i r f1 I s j 7t 7tp i iJ K I j
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2 i P mFORECAST m J I yl Tit TitFORECAST t j jOR i
FORECAST OR CAST FOR THE BiSTRICT
Fair umfeht t and Thursday lIrunIIarcoMer N cotter I
Thursday increasiM 1Mr Incrensiag htgfc nor norwinds northeast northeastvinds nktMutwinds tkitat
winds
SIDe TABLESun TABLE TABLESun TABLESun
Sun rises r ti gjj 11 11Sun
Sun sets gjj gjjTIDE 6 6TIDE JS JSTIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLETodayHfch TABLETOOAyB TABLETodayBitch
TodayHfch TOOAyB h tide B2ID a L m and S Sm STomorrow SI SIm Sm > < i
m Law tide IS 2 a m end endomorrowHigh 00 tSpVL tSpVL7omorrowHlgh
Tomorrow 7omorrowHlgh High tide 18 00 a m and an anCONDITION nil
9221 9 p m Low tide tide 111 L a 1ft and JJ JJp I Ip t
p n It
ItCO
CO CONDITION D1TIOI OF THE WATER WATERHArtgpRS W WATERHAIRS ATICR ATICRHArtefBS
HAIRS FERRY W f Va Oat AotBoth 19 ISBoth 19Both
Both rlvors rl rivers rs clear this morning morn In
SICK S ICK JUROR HALTS HALTSOR
OR GRiPPEN TRIAL TRIALInspector TRIALZnsA
Inspector ZnsA actor Dews 17 Testimony TestimonyInterrupted TestimonyInterrupted
T TI
Interrupted I errupted for Two Hours Hoursby Hoursby Hoursby
by Illness IllnessDETECTIVE IllnessDETECTIVE IllnessDETECTIVE
DETECTIVE RELATES RELATESSTORY RELATESSTORY RELATESSTORY
STORY OF PURSUITSearch PURSUIT PURSUITSearch PUR UIT UITSearch
Search of ofDoctors Doctors D ctors House Before BeforeDiscovery BeforeDiscovery BeforeDiscovery
Discovery of Body of of BelleElmore Belle BelleElmpre BelleElm9re
Elmpre DescribedLONDON Described DescribedLONDON DescribedLONDON
LONDON Oot 19Suddenly 10 19Suddenl Suddenly strloken strlokenwith strlokenwith striokenwith
with Illness a juror toppled over in thebox the thebex thebex
bex at the trial of Dr H 1L E H Crippen Crippenfor Crlppoofor Crippeafor
for the murder of his wife Bells Bel El Elmore EItBMe Elmare
more today and aQ41 the trial came to a a8eDBaUqn1 asermaltgrtl
sensational haltj halt haltj
j j The juror Louie Greene was carried carriedj carriednto
j into i nto an anteroom where he was attend attended attendI
j1
j1r I ed by b Drs Wllicox Wtleo and Marshall two twoof twoI twoof
r of the eXlert witnesses vitlHfMSAt wfttteaeesAt
1 I I At the time Greene was stricken stricken In Inspector Inspector Inpector
spector s Dew of Scotlaai Scotland Seothu Yard who ar arrested arretKed arested ¬
rested r ested Crippen and Ethel Clare Leneye Leneyeon Loneyon a
on the liner Montroso Montro o was on the stand standCrippen standCrippen standCrippen
Crippen Guarded GuardedWhile GuardedI GuardedWhile
I While testimony te tlmon was being given thisafternoon this tllisfatternoon
fatternoon afternoon favorable to Dr H H Crlp Crlppen CrlpI
I pea the American physician who whotis whotisI Is Isbeing ls
being tried for the murder of his wife wifeMrs triters
Mrs M rs Belie Elmore Crippen in the thefaatous theamous
famous f amous tribunal at OW Bailey it be beI became
came known that the authorities are aretaking
I taking extraordinary precautions precautlcmguard to to
guard against agaln t the suicide of the dapper dapperlittle dapp dappAlittle r rI
little prisoner prisonerThe prbonerThe prisonerThe
I The same mighty multitude crush crushabout crushed crushedabout cru hod hodabout
j about the historic court of Old Bailey Baileytore Bello
before tore todays toda s session was resumed an and andvheu andmen d
i 1 men Dr Crippen looking if possible po possiblenacre slble slblemore e
more natty and stylish than yesterday yesterdaywas yesterdaywas yesterdaywas
was ushered Into the courtroomThe courtroom courtroomThe courtroomThe
The throng of stylishly dressed dressedwomen dressedwomen dress dresswomen ell
women many of them attired attlre In gowns gownsof gownsthe go wns
j of o f the latest Paris mode was Increased Increasedtoday Increasedtoday Increasedtoday
today The spectators seats was a sea seaof seaof seao
of o waving plumes plum s and ablaze with jew jewels jewels ¬
els and bright colors colorsNo colorsNo
No sooner had Lord Chief Justice Al Alverston AIerston
verston erston set et the wheels of justice in n mo motion motion meon ¬
t tion li on than it was evident that the case casewould casewoakl
would w ould be e rushed ru hed with th all possible possible speed speedAJl I5peedA spendof
t AJl A of the scientists who testified testI ed at the
1 inquest and the preliminary hearing
1 were on hand Inspector Dew was the
br nut ftlllt st witness wltne called to the stand
The inspector had not proceeded fa far r
i into his story when Juror Greene pitch pitched
ed e d forward forward or svard in his h1 seat aDd fell upon the theJIoor th e
floor
Crippen Interested InterestedIABtanty Interested
Instantly the oourtroom aourtmomawas vvas asba In a tre trem8lMleuli tr e
jneadoua state of excitement exdtemitssit but t Crip Cripyea CrJfJHm
J yea Hm wheeled in Jite Jal onalr and looked lookedwith lookedwitk look ud udwith
with professional prole loDal calmness C ln1M upon thu thuscene th e
scene sceneQUrt someCourt j I
Court QUrt attaches a ache ruehfd tp to t e jurorsbox Jurors Jurorsbox jurorsbox
box where the stricken man was being belAgsupported beingsupported
s supported by two of his fellows fellowsJaror fellowsJuror
Juror Greene was wa picked up and JMl car carriecI
Tied through the crowded courtroom into Intoan tat o
an anteroom In the meantime DrsWillcox Drs DrsWillcox
i Willcox and Marshall had rushed for forward torwarn forward
ward to t std the sick 1ck man manIt
It was believed that Greene bad given giveny give n
way y to the excitement attending attendln the thefameus th thfamous e
t famous case and that his nerves had hadContinued
Continued on Eleventh Page PageAgrees PageCLAGETT
CLAGETT FOUND SANE SANEAND SA NE
AND PLEADS GUILTY GUILTYAgrees
Agrees to Give Bond on Miss MissBertha MissBertha Min s
Bertha M Maus Charge Chargeof
of DisturbanceMaurice Disturbance DisturbanceMaurice
Maurice J 1 Clagott CI Glt who was taken takendown take n
down to t the Washington Asylum As lum some som somdays some somedays
days ago in order that the th authorities authorltJ8f3there eA
eAs
there re might jude as to his sanity Mnlt has ha s
been found sane ne and was rearralgned rearralgnedI d I
in I n the Police Court ourt this afternoon be before before
fore Judge Mullowny on charges o othreats of ofthreats f I Ithrtats
threats against ai atnst Bertha B < rlha M Maus MausDr YausDr
Dr LG Roy Hieklln of the Washing Noshington Vashlm Vashlmton j jton
ton Asylum who made 1IIad > an examination examinationof n I Ior
of Clagett stated in n a letter to the As Assistant A Alllt Assebtant ¬
sistant lllt tant District Attorney Attorno that Clagctts ClaKott ClaKottcondUon s
condtion was due to the o ouect ect of o f j jalcohol Ialcohol
alcohol I IUpon ILp6n
Upon the application of the Clacett Cla Claheit lKt t i ifamily j ifamily
family Attorney Given informed him i ithat
that It he would plead guilty and Klve KlveS31 gtv
sal jaw bond the case would be iltlmlssedClafett csml csmlCiagett dismissed i
Clagett agre d and on presentation presentationroo roo of otthp f
th the > required bond he was Torsos released from fromcu m I
custody cu tody todyNEW
NEW NE YORKER SEEKS SEEKSHITCHCOCKS I I
HITCHCOCKS PLACE PLACEA
A A New Ne York man is an applicant for fortoe foru fo fothe r
toe u e job of Postmaster po tmuter General Hitch HltehI HltehICHk Hitchesek i I
CHk CHkfte
Tfc Tits applicant wrote the Postofflce PostofflceDepartment PO PostoffkDeportrrtev torfice torficeDepartJlteJlt e
Department today and asked that he be becige b e
given cige l consideration eon klentioa in connection with withthe withUte
the Cabinet officials probable retire retirement retlreL retlreIbe retirettr7eabe ¬
ment mentThe L
ttr7eabe The applicant a cant seems to have ha va a slightly slightlywrong shghUywro sli hid Y
wrong wro Impression reKSlo reKSloIn n however He stated statedIn statedIn state sate Yd d
In his letter that he was anxious to toknow t tknow 0
know the educational qualification im imposed Imby m mposed ¬
posed by the Civil Service Commission Commissionhi I
hi M selecting Postmasters General He Heasked HeukI H e
asked that this thi information be for forwarded forward fo fowardshd r ¬
warded ward him before the matter of ap appointing apPOInting a apointing p rp ¬
pointing him be proceeded with fur further furtiler ¬
ther therIt tilerIt
It is possible KSIble that the New ew Yorker Yorkerwhose Yorkerwhose
Newt Y rlne
of
whose name the department will 1 not notgive notve
give ve out at present has heard some sometalk sometalk mm mmtalk e
talk of the Postmaster Generals re retirement re retlrsssent ¬
tirement Knowing KnwID therefore that thatvacatcy a avacancy 3 3vaeI1cy
vacancy vaeI1cy Is 1 likely to occur O < CUl he wante wanted wantedto wantedto d L
to hove his name n m on hie M le before beforetime the thetime thetime
time came to pick a successor successori
i
PROOUGERS P IGNORE IGNOREINVITATION IGNOREINVITATION
INVITATION SENT SENTWill SENTFOR SENTFOR
FOR MILK HEARING HEARINGWill
Will Make No Further Ap Appeal Appeal Appeal ¬
peal to District Au Authorities Authorities Authorlties ¬
thorities thoritiesTIRED thoritiesTIR thorltiesTIRED
TIRED TIR D OF DALLYING bALL DALLYINGWITH YING YINGWITH
WITH DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTLegal DEPA DEPARTMENLegal TMENT TMENTLe T
Legal Le al Action Will Follow a De Decision Decision Decision ¬
cision to Enforce the TuberculinTest Tuber Tuberculin Tuberculin ¬
culin culinTest culinTestStatus Test TestStatus TestI
r
I
Status StatasofD of ofDIstrIctMil District strictMilkFignt Milk Fight Fighton
on Eve of o Hearing HearingMilk
Milk producers ignore invitation to toappear toappear
appear at hearing asked for bydealers by bydealers bydealers
dealers before District Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners tomorrow tomorrowInformation tomorrowI1 tomorrowInformation
I1 Information ormation concerning model flaw flawin law lawin lawin
in operation in Chicago presented presentedto
to Chamber of Commerce special specialmilk spedalmilk
milk committee committeeChairman committeeChairman
Chairman of dealers executive com committee committee ¬
mittee denies report of dissension diseentrionbetween diNenJ dissensionbetween on onbetween
between producers and dealers dealersbodies dealersbodies dealersbodies
bodies bodiesFanners
I Farmers are tired dawdling with withthe withthe
the Commissioners suggested by byA
A A S Trundle as reason for their theirnonappearance theirnonappearance
nonappearance nonappearanceExperts nonappearanceExperts
Experts named who will appear appearbefore appearbefore appearbefore
before the Commissioners and andplan andplan andplan
plan of hearing outlined bydealers by bydealers bydealers
dealers dealersMilk dealersI dealersMilk
I Milk n1k producers pr ucers of Maryland and a d Vie Virginia Vieglnm V Vginia ¬
j ginia will ignore the tevitetien to toepresentatives send sendrepresentatives sendreprOHntatlve
J representatives r to the u hearing before beforethe beforethe bet betthe ore
the < Commissioners tomorrow tomorrowThey ow owThey
They will make no further appeal to toDistrict toDstrlct t tDistrict o
i District authorities regarding repr lntr the tuber tuberculin tubercuJtn ¬
curia < test question and if after the thehearing 11 11hearing tt tthearing e
1 hearing the Health Department stttl stttlInflate 8tJ111nl
J Inflate 1nl b ullets U1 on the teat for alt altIng terms hrtassag jririft jririftng
Ing l ng Milk to Washington the thew ° rodveers rodveersHdll oducenill
w Hdll ill l begin legal action actionTMs actionTItia
Thin statement Dt of the producers tlllue post posttloa p II IItl
t tl tloa es B was WL 0Md male te4 today vy T toy J Jetm Jetmof J m TDomaeor Tbpn Thomas Thomasof µ e
of Ednor Maryland president of the theMttk theMilk t tkbk
2 Milk Prfducen Association and sub substantiated rJbataatlAted rr rrStantfatod b byepl ¬
i stantiated by D W R Baker BaIt their theirrepresenUhily M Meal Mealrepre al alrepresentative
i representative representativeThe repre entattv entattvThe
The reasons for failing fattin to send repre representatives r reathtares pre pre4t ¬
t sentatives 4t tatlves were not effielaMy s stated statedAttention + atee ateeAttention
Attention WAS called however toesolution to a aresolution aresolution
i resolution r paWed at a recent > m eUn eUnof me meot
c of the predtcers executive ex ttve comnfittee comnfitteeat COIIU2 aomap t1ee t1eeat
2 at which K was w stated that the farmers farmerswere taratenJwere fa rsrers
i were tired dallying d Jlylng with the Hai HaiContinued Health HealthContinued Hkh ith
Continued on Stakh SiXth Page PageMother PageINSANE PageNSANE
INSANE I BOY GETS GETSLICENSE GETSMARR
LICENSE TO MARRY MARRYMother MARR
Mother Traces Donald Mc McCurley McCurley Mei
Curley i r eY Back to Hospital HospitalAfter HospitalAfter HospitalAfter
After His Lark LarkMrs LarkMrs
Mrs Cornelia McCartey appeared appearedthe at atthe atthe t
the District Courthouse Ceurthou e today tOila to annul annula snn snna nfttll nfttlla al 1
a marriage license taken tak out by Donald DonaldMcCurley DonaldMcCurley d l
McCurley tweatytwe twoot twe years rs old her herson ho or
son yesterday following his escape o cape e
from the Government Hospital for the thensane th
Insane InsaneDonald nsane
Donald obtained a license lleea e to rnen rnenMay marry manya Y r
May a Thor nineteen years old oklo of Pitts Pittsburg P1U P1Uburg s
burg Pa He said he had engaged enca the theRev theRov iii iiiRev e
Rev D C MacLeod MacL od to perform the theceremony theceremony th e J
ceremony ceremonyInvestigation ceremonyInvostlgatlon ceremonyInvestigation
Investigation showed the marriage man1agehad e s
had had not taken place and that young youngMcCurley youn g
McCurley is s back in n the asylum evi evidontly s sdentiy < i i
dontly having returned volutaril voluntarily voluntarilyI j 1
001 I have no Idea in the world who May Ma Y f
Thor can be said Mrs McCurley but butI
I presume she is s some ome mythical person personas ponJODas pernoras
as Donald knows no girls girtsShe girlsShe 1
She telephoned to the hospital ho pltal and andlearned andlealDed a aearned
learned l that that he was snore tIter When Whenapplied he heapplied heapplied
applied for the license young you McCurloy McCurloygave McCurloygave afcCuria Y
gave his residence r ldence as Woodstdo Md Mdbut Mdbut Mdbut
but Mrs McCurley stated tated today that h he hehad S Shad a i ihad
had never lived there She is a widow widowand wWowand wide wideand w r
and lives near Eighth and H streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest stn stnnorthwest eels g
northwest northwestAnother northwestAnother j I
Another patient of tb the C4overtmrse Government at i
hospital hoiil tal several weeks ago was married marriedwhl100n tsar tsarwhile Tied
while whl100n on parole and later obtained TiedL his hisrelease h hrelease L s I Irelease
release on a writ of habeas corpus corpusname His Ht Htname 8 I Iname
name was Frank FrankSTUDE i iSTUDENT
STUDENT STUDE T ROMANCE ROMANCEENDS ROMANCEENDS
ENDS IN WEDDINGMiss WEDDINMiss WEDDING VEDDINGMiss 1
Miss Mary Lomis Bride of Dani Daniel DanielLong DanielLong el 1
Long of Lynch Lynchburg Lynchburg
burg Va VaST VaST
ST LOUIS Mo Oct 19 19A A r ro romance romance o ¬
mance which wblch began when she was wisstudent a astudent astudent
student at the Randolph Maeon Col Collese 901 901lege Cho 1 1d
lese Lynchburg Va was completed completedthis complotedthis d
this morning when w en Miss Mary Mar Ma Mar Margaret Margaret r
garet Lomls became the bride brideDaniel of ofDaniel otDaniel 0 t f
Daniel Reid Long of Lyao Lynohburg 1turg
No announcement of t tAe e weeding wedddv g
was made and the new news ic a surpri surprise s e
to friends of the family f1 Uy here Tfiay The Thewill sy y
will live in Lrnchburgi Lynchburg
f
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WILL e TRY ANOTHER ANOTHERFLIGHT ANOTHEREUROPE
FLIGHT TO EUROPE EUROPECommander EUROrESAYS EUROPESAYSELLMAN
SAYS SAYSELLMAN SAYSELLMANCommander WELLMAN WELLMANCommander
Commander of Wrecked Air Airship Airfc
a fc ship Undismayed by byHis byHis b Y YHis
His FailureTHRILLING Failure FailureTHRILLING FailureTHRILLING
I THRILLING STORY STORYTOLD STORYTOLD
TOLD OF ESCAPE ESCAPEEquiIibliating ESCAPEEquilibrating
Equilibrating Device Is Blamed by byBalloonists by3aIJoo byBalloonists
Balloonists 3aIJoo ists as Being Respons Responsible Responsib Responsible ¬
ible ib ible e for Their Defeatof Defeat DefeatOK DefeatON
of OK BOARD POYAL noy AL MAIL STEAMER STEAMERTRBNT STEAMIRJRJiUI
TRBIvTBF TRBNT JRJiUI BY WIRELESS TO NEW NEVYOJtK NE NEY01tx NEWYO1tK
YOJtK Oct 1tI I km going g teg g across theAtlantic the theAtteNtle t t tAUat1c
Atlantic ta a dirigible baHoon baHoonFar baHoonFar balloonFar
Far freot disheartening me this fail failure tai taiuro faiure ¬
ure has ILS Only spurred me to higher amtiitioas am ambitions amWt1ons ¬
tiitioasIt Wt1onsIt bitions bitionsIt
It was etir I equilibrator that disabled disabledthe dlsablfflthe disabledthe
the America That was was the one fatserror fatal fatalerror fatl fatlerror
error despite te the fact that the plan lac fcacworked lacworked Lacworked
worked out well in theory and at thettt the themp theI
ttt mp + ale I made my brat Ar t attempt at theTorch the theNorth theNorth
North Pole It will have to be a new newtype ne netype newtype
type 0f dirigible that wilt be used but buteven buteY8ft buteves
even while w Ue the America was drifting driftinghelpless drlttlrghelpless driftingelpless
helpless h elpless and nearly a total wreck above abovethe abowtbe shorethe >
the waters of the Atlantic Vaniman am ammyself and andm anydyself
myself m yself elC were talking over what ut was wasneeded wasJleeded wayseeded
needed We kBow know and intend getting gettingbtt0y gettJn gettJn1HI gettingbury
1HI bury y as a soon as ti posstWe posstWeWalter porMJtbJeWalter possibreWalter
Walter Wellman ftrst captain of an sinairship anairship anatnlhlp
airship to be wrecked at sea awaken awakeOD awakessh awakesshoday l ltoday
today t on the steamer Treat more deter I IHliIMd
tm
mined m ined than ever to be the pioneer isiloting in inpiloting IDpIIottaE
piloting p a 4 balloon across the ocean oceanStanding 0Cta1LSta oceant9tendtag
Standing Sta dtn with his shipmate in the thedtotflg thedtDIDg theining
dtotflg d sa solace 1Oft > > on of the Bermuda Berm laverhich liner linerwhich 1IDerIdeh
which w Ideh saved Ted the party from tro terrible terriblehardship terribleIt terriblehatdehip
hardship if not certain death yeeterday yester yesterday ye tw twda ¬
da day while oast of Cape Hatteras Ha tteras he heinsisted h hIR8I heinsisted
insisted IR8I ted that a sky voyage to Europewas Europe Europewa EuropeWaS
wa WaS feasible feasibleAll feasibleAll ea tble tbleAJ1
All the air navigators are in excellentSp excellent excellentspirits excellentapk1ta
Sp spirits rtts today and feel no ill effects e < < eets of oftheir ortlMlr ofthou
their distressing experience experienceCat experleDCeCat experienceCat
Cat Put In Cage CageThe CageTh CageThe
The Th Americas oat xaaseot of the thedxpedltlon thee
dxpedltlon e editios lt101i swims seeme se ms the only sufferer suffererver 8 svit9rai re rever
laver ver since It was as brought on boardthe board boardthe rd rdtae
the Trent the women pajteengers have haveinsisted Mvelalst
lalst insisted on petting pet ng it t A number ofhorn of oftjHem ottllMm
tjHem S horn became indignant when Jack JackIirwin Jackl1wint
l1wint Irwin the e wireless operator pwa r of the thejft tketate4
jft IF fat tate4 fated 4 dirigible fseiatedea faalste 8lst ea having havingthe Mvlogtlke havinghet
the > anlttMLr a l ar placed in a a cage ge and 4p 4ptitoMded d dtiwtded
titoMded o that the paeeengera 4 rtnit rtnitir3 uit uitUjtuy tt ttw8t1JfC
ir3 Ujtuy 3 to InstvK Stuff it with delieaeie delieaeieIrwin cleUcaciI deticaelesIrwin
I Irwin claims the eat and has already alreadybeen alr84lyI alreadyeen
I been b een offered a small fortune for it itHe ItI it
I He say Po however that it i is not t fer fertele ferI forale
I tele ale Ie but will be b kept in order that it itmay Iti
i may become the mascot of America AmericaII
i U when that airship is constructed constructedand COl18tructe4I constructedand
I and starts on its Journey jow to Europe EuropeEver EwopeEyer
Ever since they were ere transferred transferredfrom tJaasCerredi
i from the lifeboat to the Trent Well Wellman WellJDn
JDn man and his party have hav been over overwhelmed overI overwhelvted ¬
I whelmed with congratulations over overtheir oyertheir overtheir
their narrow escape While YhfJe inclined inclinedto
I to minimize the actual actu l danger J JMurray 3XurraT
Murray Simon former t rmer Junior officer officerof o < < 1cer 1ceror
of the America admitted adJaltt today thatContinued that thatContiaued thatContltued
Continued on Seventh Page pageVIRGINIA pageViRGINIA I IConvention
VIRGINIA DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSNOMINATE DEMOCRATSNOMINATEHOLLAND
NOMINATE NOMINATEHOLLAND NOMINATEHOLLANDConvention HOLLAND HOLLANDConvention
Convention at Suffolk Ends EndsDeadlock EndsDeadlock EndsDeadlock
Deadlock With Unexpect Unexpected ¬
ed 502d Ballot BallotSUFFOLK
SUFFOLK SIIFF OLIi Va Oct 19 Edward EdwardEverett
Everett Holland Independent 100 8Jenden t Demo D8IIJUerat
erat succeeds Representative Repreaent tIve Harry L LMaynard
Maynard from the Second Virginia Virginiaj
District Dt trict his nomination coming anax anaxpectedly un
pectedly shortly after noon today on enthe onthe onthe
the 5iM ballot of o a convention which whJehhad
had been deadlocked for fortyeight fortyeighthours fortyeighthours
hours hoursOn J I
On the decisive ballot the vote stood j
E E I Holland 14r 14t 14 4 Harry L 1 Maynard Ma nard I i I
17 Joseph T Deal 7 William A A I IYoun
Young Youn 3 3The I
The nomination was brought about by byJtnim
Jlnfmy Jtnim Trehy Youngs floor manager manageraad managerand j j
and a member of the Norfolk city ma 111 111cblne
chine who 00 suddenly sud4I8 ly arose and cast castsixt castixt
sixt < ixt yet yo Youngs votes for Independent IndependentHolland IndependentH IndependentHolland
Holland H HollandThree Jand
Three Young delegatets deleb8te did not come comeover comeover comeover I
over on this ballot When the uproar uproarhad uuroarRad uproa r
had subsided Trehy announced that all j jsixtythree Islctythree
sixtythree of the Younsr Youn = delegates delegateswould j jwould i Iweuld
would be in the Holland ranks j
Deal followed follow > 1 with his hi seven votes votesaJq i
ac ash Maynards aynares floor tloo manager man r moved to
make it unanimous unanimousPoliUclans unanimousPoliticians I
Politicians are unafclo un e to account fo fotheh for tortheh r
theh sudden turn of the Norfolk ma xnachina macoblne
china men to Holland Hollandrlorning
Morning Was Dull DunThe DullThe
The balloting had proceeded mon monotonously monetonously menetonously ¬
etonously all morning Young You g vot voting votIns votfag ¬
Ins steadily stea lly for Deal his avowed avowedsecond a avowe avowesecond yowedsecond d
second choice Four of > > Maynardderogates Maynards I Iclelogates
delegates also had gone gon over to Deal Dealwho Dealwho I Iwho
who had but seven votes of his own ownmaking ovnmaking ow owmaking n
making the roll call Holland St Deal nl l
74 7Maynard Maynard aynard 14 14DECLARES 14DECL 1 t tDECLARES
DECLARES DECL RES GEBHARDT GEBHARDTSLEW GEBHARDTSLEW GEBHARDTSLEW
SLEW ANNA LUTHER LUTHERniVBRHEAD LUTHERRlYERHEAD LUTHE R
niVBRHEAD RI I4RHEAD L L I Oct 19 19PosIUve 19PosIUveIdentUlcation Positive PositiveIdentification
Identification of Frederick Gobhardt gn gntrial qntrial Q Qtrial n
trial for the alleged murder of Anna AnnaLuther AnnaLuther Ann a
Luther as the man who posed as QUa QUaMueller Qt tad
Mueller was made at tae trial today by byHenry by byHenry
Henry Werpup of Newark N J Wer Werpup Werpup
pup testified tostlfied that Gebhardt under the thename thename th e
name of Mueller lived at his home in inig In1M6 i n
ig and that it was In hi his home that thatlie thathe the thelie t
lie married the Luther woman
II I Presiding Pres cl ng Over Sess Sessions ons of W C J U I
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MRS CLINTON SMITH SMITHPresident SMITHPre SMITHPresident
President Pre ident of District Womens Christian Temperance TFaita U
t DRY WASHINGTON WASHINGTONSLOGAN ASH1NGTONCT
SLOGAN OF W C CT T U UThirtysiGth UThirtysixth
Thirtysixth Annual Conven Convention Convention Convention ¬
tion Convenes With En Enthusiastic Enthusi Enthusastic
thusiastic thusi stic Session SessionDnr
t 3 3taNe
I
Dnr jtid o oton > wOfcw 1 1n
ton D CU C JJ1 malt aissi n be as asWith as asGeMKIa
GeMKIa < ii awe c etmasee etmaseeWith Jm 1 1wttJa
With this thl motto the slogan of te tetemperance titstesnporavd te teec
temperance wpsaan wPst + t af the Districtprtrtted District DiItrtetprinted Districtprinted
printed in i flll taming nc teiers of re net and andsuspended uMisUIIpeDded anduspended
suspended s zeroes ncroa IokKend nteKendrse cKendree Kecbo Xetbodiu Yetboditt Kecbodin
din Church the thirtysixth tt1rt7 ixtlt annual aASnalO annualconvention aaaaalcOlYeDUon
convention C O creation of the District Dl trlct WenansChristian Wenans Womanshristian
Christian C Temperance Union w was Balled eaDedto eaDecIto Balledto
to order tber there today Other banners bannerseonspleiMMMly 1Maaersy
eonspleiMMMly 4 y displayed on the walls
bore the warnings warningsWith warningsWith s sWith
With the church united the sateen sateenrount seJ saloonmust a amt
must go goSave go
Save the children th u the ntiooaContinued aattoaE aattoaEConUnned Datton DattonCoattnued
Continued on B Eleventh Page Pageoinni PageSTORK PageSTORK
oinni oluni STORK BEArS prAFQ Dtnlo MD i Ifl M R U UHow 0 0LASULT
lAWSUIT IS RESULT RESULTHov
How Physician Ran Second SecondTold SecondTold Secon SeconTold d
Told In Peculiar PetitionFiled Petition PetitionFiled PetitionFiled
Filed Today TodayHew TodayHew
Hew a physician lost out in a race racewith racewlUl racewith
with the sterk 4s told in a petition petitionte in intie Inthe
tie Supreme Court today when Mrs MrsMary M MrsMary rs rs1eary
Mary A Thomas filed suit for t tdamages 5000damages 5000 5000damages LO
damages against Dr Arthur C Mar Marmats 31errtem Yerrhtm
mats rtemThe rhtmlbe matsThe
The suit is one of the most peculiar peculiarovfcr pecuUarr peculiarLiver r
Liver r filed in 1 the Supreme Court of c th thDistrict the theD e
D District rlct the point Involved heln beinwhether being beingwhether helnwhether g
whether a physician may be held r re responsible e
sponslWe for net being ng ux In his office or orfailure 0 0faJlure oisllure
failure to leave a note where he can canbe canbe ca cabe n
be found foundMrs foundMrs foundMrs
Mrs Thomas informs the oourt that thatDr tha t
Dr MerrIam was warned several severalweeks severaleeks severalweeks
weeks eeks before April 1 last that t at the thesrk th e
svt srk rk was hovering over the mho mhohome Vhomas homas homasbome mss
home and she alleges that for that th threuon tha thareason msst t
reason he should have ha e held himsolf himsolfIn hlm hlmso hlmsoIn ol olIn it
In readiness for the emergency De Despite Despite Despite ¬
spite this warning she alleges that thatIt tha t
it took members of o her family three threehours thre threhours a
hours to locate I te the physician and by byproverbial bythe bythe
the time he arrived at her home hoemeLt hoemeLtproverbial the 1re I Iproverbial
proverbial bird had performed I i imission its itsmission I Imission
mission andd eparted epartedBecause I
Because U8e of the absence abse ee af the pbysaleked phynl phynlcicJ
cicJ eked Mrs Thomas avers that she nut suffered suttered nutfared ¬
fared physical disability dlR Rity and mil milthat mokes mokesthet IIHLketbtct es
ese
that fact the ground gp und on which sh shclaims she shectaims thecltlms e
claims 6000 damages damagesThe damage5The damagesThe
The The suit was filed ftl cl by J 1 T Sherler jr jrand jrand Jrand
Thomas ThomasWOMAN and Pace Oberlin attorneys attorne s for Ot Mrs MrsThomas Mrs1 Mrs1N
WOMAN N IS KILLED KILLEDAS I IAS
AS AUTO HITS POLE POLEALLENTOWN POLEALLE POL POLALLENTOWN E
ALLENTOWN ALLE TOWN Pa Oct Ii 1Mrs 1Mrsry 1MrsHarry Mrs MrsHiacry
Harry ry Schuler wife of a motor car cardemonstrator cerdemoRStltor ceidemonstrator
demonstrator was killed early today todaywhen todaywhen
when an automobile driven by William WilliamBelsel Willi WIlliamBeisel an anhead am
Belsel head clerk In the Parr Broth Brothers Brothers ¬
ers store ran into a telegraph pole polewhile polewhlIe poi e
while traveling at a a high rate of spec speed speedaJong sp L Lalong
along Weroersville pike Thrown Thrownagainst Thrownaa1nst Throwagainst
against the th pole the womans Lie r and andchest as aschest nd ndche5t
chest were w re crushed in inOf InOf inOf
Of the other occupants of the ca car carCharles carCharles r
Charles Schultz is in the Allentown Hospltal Hos Hospital ¬
pital with a fractured skull while whileBelttQl Mrs MrsBefool
Befool and James Seagraves were badly badlybruised badlybruaed ba
bruised
I IFIGHTS
BARRICADED MAN MAN
MANit
FIGHTS L YNGHERS YNGHERSBat it itBattle
Battle Bat le on in Illinois Between Betweenv Betw BetweeResidents n
j
v Residents and Womans WomansAssailant Voirian 5 5Assai sAssailant
Assailant Assailanttwanttyave Assai Assailantegdad nt ntIf
If GIIIt GIIItaa F
egdad M aa ofIII f > rone s > ttsr = I iii I IIIIf be beitrhdoted
itrhdoted seil56bors IIIf IIIfv Ls s liiair liiairtweagybve Y + d
twanttyave v Is > t agbtter aghda 4 e6 Il Ilto an Httmpt Httmptto testp testpto
to lynch him hhnDeputy himDep himDeputy
Deputy Dep ty Sheriff LJttJe of this esty etltybs te tebattening Ishac
bs battening alns hac to tM tb scjene scjeneprevent e Ja aD emrt emrtt oibrtprevent
prevent t undue violence upon Bind Hhotsto and andto aMto an
to place aim Im render arrest arrestHtods arrestwhile InK
Htods while ntoaieaiea IntoxteM 1Dt went to the
hou house e of Neal Lamprey ooe of ofneighbors hte hteneighbors hJaJMQt1bOn
neighbors and after qaanJlag q with wIt
Lamrreyts wife aged ce4 thirtytwo thirtytwoher beat Matuvorely Deftlnbkted
her severely wtt with a club and anddangerous Inflicted Inflicteddangerous bdUctedd
d dangerous genNS In inlvrtos JuJ miss Th nM womans womansscreams womoascreams WOrDaSBCrema s
screams brought g t aid and Hinds fled fledtaking 1Ie 1IetAking nodtaking
taking refuge in the deserted de desertedwhere ened house housewhere hoa e ew
where w Je Ie e is now surrounded swrreendedPotsdam aurrOUJldgdDISCREDITS surroundedDISCREDITS
DISCREDITS PEARY PEARYGLAIr
i
CLAIM TO THE POLE POLEPots POLEPotsdam
Potsdam Pots dam Scientist Declares DeclaresHis DeclaresHis s
His Methods Unreliable and andTask andTask nd ndTask
Task Impossible ImpossibleBERLIN ImpossibleBERLL ImpossibleBERLIN
BERLIN Oct ItProt Prof And AndGaffe Andreas AndreasGaHe AB rea reaGaHe Teas
Gaffe GaHe the famous German astr astrof astronomer astronomerof a tr trot
of Potsdam Pot Potede dam m today issued is ued a aeneationai aeneationaistatement aeII tionI tionIstatemeat
statement statement in which he declaredCommander declared that thatCommander thatCommander
Commander Peary Pe did not reach readyNorth the theNorth tMortb
North ortb Pole PoleProf PoleProt
Prot GaHe declares that none of o f
Pearys methods for reckoning his po
sitkm sltJo in the far north were reliable
and that even had Peary reached the theaxis <
axis of the earth he would not nave Lev i
> known it it I
M TAFT TO GIVE AIDi I
TO N t Y Yt REPUBLICANS t EPUBLICANt I
Will Send Some One of Cabi Cabinet i ¬
net to Help Ielp Stimson Stimsonticket StimsonTicket
ticket ticketNEW Ticket TicketNEW 1
NEW yon Oct M 1tCba1nab ItChaimC Caalrnaaa L Lloyd
C Griscom of the t New York county count I IR
Republican R ubllc n committee announced 10 toi 10day
day that President Pre ldent Taft would tend leadaid his hI I IState
aid to t the Republicans In the New York Y YState
State campaign by asking one of ofCabinet his I j
Cabinet officers to speak for the ticket tick t1ckbeaded tickbeaded i iheaded
beaded by H L 1 SlttmttovAttorney Stimson StbuoBAttorney j I
Attorney General Wtekersham W1ek Seere1 Seen SecretaI i
taI Nagel or Secretary Wilson will feel feelthe be e ethe I
the man chosen chosenDEMOCRAT j jDEMOCRAT
DEMOCRAT nO T IS URGED URGEDFOR URGE I
FOR CHIEF JUSTICE JUSTICENEW E I INEV
NEW YORK Oct J 1t 1fAseociate Associate ate J C CUce
Uce Edward D White 1 tite of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt Supt SuptCourt
Court of the United chl chlStates States a Democrat rn i i imay Imay i
may be the next chief Justice ju justiceTaft tic t1 e Presti Prestidant Pre Pres Presrn rnI I j
do dant nt Taft who has been seeking s eoms eomssei ooursel oou a I
set from his advisors on thte tbI t appoint appointment appsinwent ppGIat at t ¬ i
ment has Seen een surprised at the vnaatm vnaatmIty
Ity ty with 1t which businese busiDe e men lawyers k rg rgand errs j jand I
and friend frllPn have haY urged Justice wit witlace WmltTs WmltTsfitness a s I
fitness for the place p lace i
STORM COMING COMINGUP COMINGLip
IP THE COASTMAY COAST COASTUY COASTMAY
MAY HIT CITYWeather CITY CITYWeather CITYWeather
Weather Bureau Orders Hurricane Hur Hurricane Hurricane ¬
ricane Signals Posted PostedUp PastedUP
1 Up to NorfolkWHOLE Norfolk NorfolkWHOLE NorfolkWHOLE
WHOLE OF FLORIDA FLORIDAHAS FLORIDAHAS FLORIDAHAS
> HAS BEEN CUT OFF OFFMany OFF1lany OFFMany
Many Towns Inundated and Loss dossto Lossto Lossto
to Life and Property Is IsStorm IsI IsIilcKicuiabie
I IilcKicuiabie calcuiabJe
I
Storm Situation Sttuat on Growing GrowingGraver GrowingGraver
GraverHurricane Graver GraverHurrkaae GralerH1UIiauM
Hurricane which w ick devastated evutated Cuba Cebaand Cl1 Cl1cttt Cubaaiid
and aiid cvt s MtttJIen tttkexn Florida from fromomnniTttcgtieg frome fromcea
omnniTttcgtieg e cea tm1Jlicati xtiisn harrying ap up At Atlantic Atlutic Atlantic ¬
lantic ce coast t at rate ef sxtyeightmiles rfrtyeight rfrtyeightmiles stttyeightni1ea
miles an as beer beerWeather HttrW hearWaaiiagte
Waaiiagte W ia Prediction of ofWeatllet ofWeather
Weather Bureau win feel force forceef forceef forceof
ef s st stna ra beginning with rain and andwi andwiM andwind
wind wi 4 tMMgkt ti t aM Cfttin teatinteilrg cemtinetB with withheavy witheaYy withheavy
heavy eaYy wills wii t tRienew tRienewHt tenormwarg aorrew aorrewHurrieae
Ht Hurrieae arg s I pak B llsis J set aM ateag At Atlaade At1aatie A Aloathe
loathe chest oc far a as Norfolk NorfolkStan KerfolkSt NerfolkSt
St Stan m gmc gives s Be indication in icati8n of ofMewing ofiIewiac of11e
11e Mewing + 1ii seaward terwsrdGcie MWariGale seawardGde
Gale ia vt fenmag i ever lake region regionaa regionani regionand
and aa aseviag ne ing eastward with prod prodarty probability pro proaWlity ¬
ability wi ceHieiag cei with seathern seathernharricaae 5e8themJt1Uricaae seathernhurricane
hurricane a New England coast coastWka co coastWith st stWIth
WIth Cuba in its wake devastated devastatedand cIa devastatedand tatd tatdDd
and Dd southern Pbr Florida > ide cwt off 0 < < from com comntanication comHot comansitatioa
ntanication Hot for f thirty thirtysix lx bears ns baffling bafflingan bam1ngall battlingsQ
an efforts e < < or to ascertain the extent or ordsnMge
da dsnMge < tK < e there the hvrrteane > which hJeb was wasward was1HIIowM
1HIIowM too rye bleu moPliag mg eMtwardeIIaep4 eastward eastwardhas ward wardttee
has eIIaep4 e > tavged b tqs dareetIea sad Is coming conunztJte comingep
ep the Attawtc esatat at tbe rate of ofgihih ofv ofeight
v eight dies sot aII1It resits resitsh
1It n nt 4JtIt tr gihih if e th UMmg UMmgfIlM the damage damagegive
fIlM t r MIre to be WICMIIII + ron at t abssg 1 the thetIpdc theR
R tIpdc s tie oast eac 8tatea the eTlstber Wth WthII
Bariew II L etapioylsg i14h every JMIUIS > to iogive
give the fattest warning of the ap apBurtiatn pH p pshpMds
H Burtiatn shpMds si ab bare been orderedset ordered orderedset onI4Iredset
set as tar north oath as Ktoflrtfc esibiIc Va with withcontliiiKiUHtj withaWtTO With8t
aWtTO 8t slgsale aI t88eidBg to saIMIy Hook HeoicTIle HookThe
TIle JIDe Of sIpIsWiIl sirsels wilt H MftDCe4 MftDCe4cth
contliiiKiUHtj cth Coattvo 1 ely dltrYgfif dnrfcij tile e afternoon aeaMeR and andnight 8BdDleht
night
Caotered Ce tered At Savannah SavannahThe SavannahTJe
The latest advices received by the theImrea tJteUda thebemoan
Imrea bemoan this afternoon aft Indicate f fee e eter cen center ce a ater ¬
ter of te disturbance DCe is near > > etr Savanih SarrnQahwhere Savanihwhere SwniahWDen
where tIN velocity eC the wind wI i is stead steadThe steadIlY steadtf
IlY tf lsoreesiaE an The tendency T of the thewt rhowinds
wt winds ds direction irtitte practically fol folWaahtertDR folUte folowing
l owing Ute COPt s JaIaDd JaIaDdWaaldDgtoR i tand tandWashington
Washington probably irftf feel the thefirst the1inIt thed theArat
d first effect e < < ert of the e disturbance e tonight tonightKaiae tonlgbtPa1Ds tonighRains
Arat
Kaiae are predicted acceeapnied 8CC ID by hyMjrbt byfJbt1Dd5 byight
Mjrbt l fJbt1Dd5 wtod Rt nds Toaorrew Tomonowtho the rain wind is ex expected etcpected ¬
pected to be heavy eaJ C contiactiar probab probably probbIy ¬
ly I L until nsHIf Friday FridayIf >
If the course COUI8e of the storm should ia lnoitne iaoiine
oiine De more Inland tile Capital may ay be bevisited bevWted bevistaed
visited by one oC the worst storms in its
history htetorytSo h historyfar
tSo So far the s sterm haaj has been een vacIUatla vacIUatlaay vacillating
1ft Its course aDd It k likely that tba t It ItDMIT
DMIT ay blow off ft toward the see at anr an Ir
raotnect t or Of that itit it tea may take a decided
intend direction directionSteraa
Storms May Clash ClashThe ClashThe
The Weather Bureau announced this thismorning thisJIIOCJI
morning JIIOCJI IIr that a gate is i forming tormiD over overLAke overLake
LAke Superior and moving reoe lug Eastward It Itto ItIII
to e in line to collide eoIlt e with the t e hurricane hurricanewhich
which is rushing up the t e Atlantic coast coastThere scootThere
There is extreme probability of the twodistnrbaraoea two twodttttxrbnnees twoaomewbere
dttttxrbnnees meeting somewhere off the theNew theNew
New Newrow eW England CMt coast t some time tomor tomorroI tomorrow
row rowIt rowIt
roI
It fe 1 not believed at the Bureau that thatthe thatthe
the coming togothor of the two starinswilt storms stormswill
will result m bt more damage than t aa the theSoutnera theSoutAern
Southern nurrteane itself ita f is expected to toAH
AH A Aenced M of today the bureav Jaw has esnerl esnerlenced u l leDCe4
enced dtCftcnlty in getting ia touch withtits with withthe
the Southern points which lc have been beesvisited beenvMted beenTtlk8d
= =
visited by the hurricane hurricaneScfce httrrlcaveSchooners
Scfce Schooners Meners aers WreckedKEY Wrecked WreckedKJET
KEY WEST Fte Oct 1lsThe 8Th Th Thschooner
schooner Martha utb and the t e bark Hug Huphave HughaYe xLgthave
have been wrecked by the Southern Southernhurricane Southertarrlca Southernhurricane
hurricane arrlca The crew of six Ix on the theschooner theRhooner theschooner
schooner Martha and tea on the Hugo Hugohave HugobeeR Hugoe
have been rescued re cueclby b by y the th thsteamer e Butt line linesteamer linesteamer
steamer Inventor which wble is s proeeedtnff proeeedtnffto proeeed1ngto
to Liverpool IJp oL The storm is mill rag ragMis r1 r1aJId
L and It In feared mossy other ves vesas ressole
sole as have been lost lostSavannah Jo t tSaamaah
Savannah the Center CenterATLAoTA CenterATLAFvTA
ATLANTA Ga Oct 19 19TJre The fall rullforce tullfOtCe
force of tee L e hiaiteanc struck Savannah SaYannahtoday
today cutting otC that city from NIII com communicatiOB comm1l1ea
municatiOB m1l1ea for several MeIaI hours after re reports reports reports ¬
ports had been seat out saying riDg the wind Rindhad windhad windb84
had reached srxtyeht tlM8ht stiles 1IIIIe per hourand hour houraad hourWM
and was dsn dsnThe rteins rteinsThe rtmasTIle
The tetefcraph t 1I and telephone compan companies companthis oompenfee ¬
fee this afternoon are sending HftdIa all s1 mes roesaag mesto
aag sges to Valdosta Oa a and attempting attemptingto uempt1n uempt1nto
to Rot et them throuete to the t e stormswept stormsweptsectlop storm stormsweptsecttor wept weptsecttor
secttor by moosongera es eBlters from flOll that point 1OmtInurleaDe
The e hurricane ID its movement IBOVeBt Bt north BOrthW8IId
wa W8IId wail d has cut off town after town from fromcommunication flOmCOIIIIIWakaUoa Feat Featton
communication ton + mttrtkrhttoet and D4I this afternoon the thewbOkr
whole wbOkr of FJn Florid da and ad half of Georgia is iswithout 1swtdIout
without wires wiresI wire wireIt
I It tfc III lettered here that the property propertyLes KOPertyINs
INs wM b M tM t greatest gret sustained StlStainedtrom
from a stone In this seot1on In mnny mnnyI
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