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FOR THE ATHLETICS ATHLETICSKing ATHLETICSI
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Chance to Save Fourth FourthGame FourthGame
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WEATHER IS tLEAR tLEARAND LEAR LEARAND LEARAND
AND COOL TODAY TODAYFans TODAYFans TODAYFans
Fans Not N t Hopeful and Only a Few FewSmall F FewSmall w wSmall
Small Bets Are Laid on onContest onContest ont
t Contest ContestProbable ContestProbahle ContestProbable
Probable LineUp for or T To Todays T0days 0 0ays ¬
days ays GameCUBS Game Gamecuns GameClTllS
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CHICAGO Oct J3L 2Tlte The w tresthir ath Ur r rmade I I Imade 1 1made
made good today and the gatn snore which i iwill i iwill iwill
will either give the Athletics th thworlds the theworlds f fworlds
worlds baseball championship or will willrestore willrestore willrestore
restore Chicago Cb to the baseball mapwill map mapwill mapWill
will be played at the West Side Park Parkat Parkat i iat > I
at 2 oclock this thl afternoon afternoonIt <
I IIt
It was anottneed that the opposing opposingbatterlee j
batteries batterl In all probability would be beBender j jBender jBender
Bender and Thomas for the Xackmen Iiiackmenand Xackmenand Xadu I Iand
and Cole and Rung for the CubsThere Cubs CubsThere I IThere
There Is no denying that yesterdays yesterdaysrain yeeterdayrain yeaterdaysrain
rain was a shower oft blessing for the theCubs j
Cubs and ad Cub rooters It served to torevive torevive i
revive the badly i adly blighted bUeh te4 and fast fastwithering fastwithering I Iwithering
withering hopes of Chicago c random fandomand randomand
I
and with the th < e appearance of the sun sunthis JJURthlJ sunthis
this morning things took on a much muchmore Mue muchmore
more mor rosy hue from the viewpoint ofthe of ofthe
the few remaining loyally hooeful hooefulChicago hODefulChlcEo hepefuiChicago
Chicago fans fansThe tansThe fansThe
The announcement ncement in the the morning mom pa papelS papers
pers that Manager I Chance had aban abandoned abandOlled abandoned ¬
doned ms b Ms I intention intention to try Brown again apinand
and would trot out Old Kins XfD Cole Colestruck Coletr Colestruck
1 struck tr ek a popular ne nme i j i i1lric
Th The player Yet s a dead cIeMtlwt jptH a atha hsMc hsMcth
tlwt th vlaww sgar is year Iced Iceddes J Jcles f T Tcle8
cles des Brown th the idol I oII of f former years yearswas yearsWIUI yearsryas
was smashed at Philadelphia Phl1a etphta Now h hIF M Mj heit
IF j relegated rel l and the butts buP arc 1 willing w to tobestow tobestow tobestow
bestow their huszans on on any new idol idoluncrackcs iduluneraekt idoluncrscke
uncrackcs that may be set up upCole4 1I1tColes
t i iThe
Coles Prospects PrespecUTiM j jThe i
The prospects were that by > > r tonightKing tonight tonightKing t tKinc
King Cole will be getting a very royalreceptipt royal royalreception royalrECeptIoIt
reception or he would be doing a Portu Portnguese Portuguese Portuguese
guese duck a aUa Is Manuel ManuelBenders ManuelBellders ManuelBenders
Benders selection for tbe Job of mak making making ¬
ing It four straights for the Athletics Athleticswas Atbleticswas Athleticswas
was not a certainty though K was very veryprobable veryprobable ery eryprobable
probable even early in the day Man Manager ranalter lan lanagtr
alter Mack ack however wa WU dangling daitglingCoombe danglingCoombs elUnsCoombe
Coombe up before the eye ey eyes of the Cubeas Cubs Cubsas
as 6 a bogie and andlt it took the warming w rmIac up upbefore upbefore upbefore
before the game to determtae which of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pair would mount the mound moundAs moundAs moundAs
As a result the team which wins will willbe willbe willbe
be the one which performs best lit the theHeld thefield theileld
Held andit and It is in this fact act that the theCubs lheCubs theCubs
Cubs find ground for hope bo hopeThough e eThoU3h j jThough
Though it is true that th the Athletics Athleticsto
to date clearly eJea y outplayed the Cute CulNthe in inthe Inthe
the Held and outgeneraled ou enraIecJ them thm in de defensive deferudve defensive ¬
fensive work Chicago Cbi o fans were dis disposed tUepo disposed ¬
posed po ed to ascribe a part of this to the thebad thebad thebad
bad break in luck which has followed followedthe fottowedthe fonowedthe
the local team through the series They Theywere TheyWere Theywere
were hoping that with Chance In thegame the thegame therame
game today and with a desperate ne necessity Dect necessity ¬
cessity ct > S8lt confronting them the National NationalLeaguers XatoaalL NatlonalLeaguers
Leaguers L would brace up 1JPncl and give a ademonstration ademon ademonstration
demonstration demon tratlOD of the sort of ban i nll nllwg > av aving s strig
trig that won them the league e cham chantplot champion champion ¬
pion ship tIp
Athletics At1 etic LWkiag LMk Jt Wise WiseOve WiseOwe
Ove raround ra n4 the La Salle headquar headquarters headquartt headgtaarters ¬ I
tt ters > r the Athletics were doing a lot of ofwise ofwise
wise looking and lid a very small amount amountof amountof MOUntof I
of talking of any sort sortThere I IThere
1 There was as little frivolity Jo Jannd urlden evidence evidenceand e
4 and Connie Mack wore the be Jovial ex expresaton cxpresMon I Iprtl
presaton prtl 8lon of an undertaker rtaker This after afternoons atter11oon afternoons
noons 11oon job was a serious matter for thePhiladelphians the thePhiUMlelphians he hePhiladeJpbiaas
Philadelphians The chance of winning winninga
a worlds w < < kIs championship in straight straightBarnes straightlames tratabta
Barnes a uteS Is not to be let sUp by easily And Andif 6Ddit andif
if it can be determined by AghUng AghUngtpirit JlgbUngEpirlt AghtngSpirit
Spirit alone the Athletics should be beal beahout beahcUt
al ahout out a l earn1 l shot ahotAs JlhotAs
As a a betting poposkion todays todayspnine today todayJlme todaysgatne
pnine nszled lI led out entirely It was too tooFerious toohioa toorersous
Ferious a proposition from t m a local localMandpoint localand localstandpoint
standpoint and Oint to be profaned hy layers layersof laertlIf layersof
of If odds Besides 8ide there was j8 no Cub Cubmoney Cubmone Cubmoney
money mone in sight A few small betswere bets betswere betswele
were placed at I to 5 with the Ath A Athetlcs th th1tlca
letlcs the favorites to win todays toda todaame s sgame
game ame but no bets ets is were made de OR the theeerles tb tblries thef
f eerier lries as the Cubs u were not regarded reprdedas
as havng a lookin to win the series seriesand lIerieaand seriesand
and the best that was hoped for was wasthat vTallthat
that they would 0111 be able abl j to make a 31showing sshowing
showing showingVEATHER showingWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTFORECAST REPORTFOREC REPORTFORECAST
FORECAST FOREC AST FOR THE TJ E DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTIUCTFaIr DlSTit1CTFair
Fair tonight and Sunday cooler tor tornight t4rI1tght to tonight
night with probably frost In lowland lowlandmoderate 1owJaadmoderate lowlandmoderat
moderate southwest uthwest to west at wind windrriiirrrrirriiiii wtndL wtndLTEXPERTiTUJUIS whudaTEMPERTITORS
TEXPERTiTUJUIS TEMPERTITORS TEMPERTITORSS
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SUN TABL TABLSun TABLE TABLBSUft TABLESun
Sun risen T TSun 11 11Sun 111 111Sun
Sun sets 132 132TIDE 111TIDE fIfTIDE
TIDE TABLE TABUSTo TABLETo TABLETo
To day dayHigh High tide tld H 1041 4S a m and 11M 11Mp u1tp 1111p
p m at low tide d e 5 a m and 5 584 > JITanow m mTemerrow
Temerrow TomorrowHigh High tide u U41 a m low lewtide lowtide 0 0tide
tide i 111 a m and C2 p pCONDITIONS ria e eI
I CONDITIONS CONDITIONOFT OF 0 THJS H11 WATR WATRHAJUWBRS 1VA1 R RHA1tPus
HAJUWBRS FKRRT W Va oiit oiitBoth 0It 0ItBotb OstBoth
Both mUll oleftr this meraie memlng
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iEjiETY FIFTY nrrv III I UiL DIE nir IN IN IN SHIP SHIPMANY WIIP otlll otlllBritish SHIPBMANY
MANY MORE MISSING WIISSINBBritish MISSINGritish
BMANY
British ritish Steamship Walley WalleyWrecked WalleyWrecked Valleyrecked
Wrecked recked Off Coast of ofBrazil ofBrazil ofBrazil
Brazil BrazilVESSEL BrazilVESSEL BrazilVESSEL
VESSEL FOUNDERS FOUNDERSIN
IN TERRIFIC STORM STORMMany STORM1I1any STORMMany
Many Rescued Is Report But Mem Members Members Memhers ¬
bers of the Crew Go to toTheir toTheir toTheir
Their Deaths DeathsRIO DeathsJltIO DeathsRIO
RIO DK JANEIRO TA > ZlRO Oct 22 Fifty Fiftypersons Flft FlftIntowll glftypersons
persons known to have been drowned drownedand drownedand drownedand
and a boat feed of eighteen others othersmiseing othersJRie othersmng
JRie miseing I is I the report received rec lYttd here haretoday heretoday heretoday
today In connection with the reportof report reportof reportot
of the sinking 8inkin late Jut Right of the theBritten theBritl8h theBritish
British steamship > > team blp Wall WallTh WallThe Wally WallyThe
Th The vessel v 1 foundered in a torrMta torrMtastornj terrlflestorm
storm 8to within sight t of the Arrozales Arrozaleslightship Arrozaleslightship ArrozlesIirbt
lightship Iirbt hlp on off the northeast nor coast and andwithin andwithin andwithin
within a few miles mil of the city of ParaSeventyAve Para ParaSeventyfive ParatlfttyftYe
Seventyfive tlfttyftYe of the paeeengers ers and andcrew andcrew andcrew
crew are reported to have been rescued revettedmoat releuedmoet rescuedmost
moat of the women and Dd children hay having A haylag v viae ¬
lag been savedAll saved savedAil ViId ViIdAll
All of these were taken on 0 off < < in small smallboats JJIII1lboa smallboats
boats boatsThe boa boatsThe
boaTbe
The death list may go to JW Latest Latestadvices LatestadvicM Latestadvices
advices say y fifty Jilt of 0 the paao pa passengers passengerswere eaeraYoue angers angerswere
were drowned when the ship foundered founderedand tounderedancl founderedand
and in addition to these many of the thecrew thec thecrew
c crew of fifty went down The exactnunther exact exactnumber exactnumbfto
number of the crew which perished is isnot Isnot isnot
not yet known knownMany luM knownMany wn wnMany
Many of the passengers n8en1 were ere sub substantial subRanUal substantlal ¬
stantial English Entdi tradesmen tradesmenIne tradesa tradesmen1ne en
Ine 1 1ne ne Wally was loot lo t through thebreaking the thebreaking thebreakbK
breaking of the steering gear The Thecrew Theenw Thecrew
crew was getting ready to lower the thelife thelife
life boats when the ship struck a submerged sub submersed ub ubmersed ¬
mersed reef with tcTlfle tt rifle force She Shesank She8ak Shesank
sank instantly
Two or three of the life boats which whichhad whichhad
had been loosened I in their davitsfloated davits davitsfloated davfUlnoated
floated off of and several of the passen passengers paMenKe paseengera ¬
gers Ke managed nanag to crawl into them and andmake andmake andsnake
make their way to Arrosales Arroaa light Ilshthou
hou
Tit The j Wally plied between betw England Englandand E Englandand 1ad 1adand
and South American ports portsTHREE portaTHREE portsTHREE
THREE DAYS ADRIFT ADRIFTDURING ADRIFTDURING ADRIFTDURING
DURING HURRICANE HURRICANEMOBILK HURRICANEIOBILK
MOBILK Ala Oct 22News tt News ew8 cf three threemore threemore threemore
more wrecks m tn n the Cuban storm and a athrilMng athrilltn athrilling
thrilling thrilltn < < rescue re coe at sea M reached rM < hed here today to today today ¬
day dayMembers dayM4
Members M4 benI of the crew of the cchooner cchoonerHarry eeboo eebooHarry cehoonerHarry
Harry Bchs e from Mobile 1tro e to the Isle ofPines of ofPines atPtDftl
Pines were taken to Gulf GulCport port Miss Missjk MI MIua
jk eHl the ua CoHMtotoii Water The lees 1H 1Hor lessBaal j jHaH
or HaH tW t nwtfce And I d the ooo oooof eooJr eooJrof eoolrof
of the Kcks was w first reported but it itwas itlater its
was later learned they lbe had been picked ptokediup pIokedup i iup
up at sea after floating ftoat1n three days cling clinging clinging clinging ¬
ing to wreckage wreckageThe I ITh IThe
The Th Jiun Munnon n line steamer Times te reported re reported ¬
ported port ashore at Muriel Bay Ba Cuba and andin andIn andIn
in danger of going to pieces piecesThe pteeesThe piecesThe
The English En u1 bark Enterprise Enterpli e wascaught was wascaught wascaught
caught oft Htllsboro Inlet Inl l and ffound ffoundf tloundered floundered
ered f en a reef but the crew was savedCUBAN saved savedCUBAN ved vedCUBAN
CUBAN BOAT SUNK SUNKTWENTY SUNKTWENTY SUIKTWENTY
TWENTY DROWNED DROWNEDHAVANA DROWNEDHA DROWNEDHAVANA
HAVANA HA V JlA Oct 2 2The The Cuban revenne reve revenue reTenu ¬
nue nu cutter Cesnedes CM e8 was sunk in the thehurricane thehurrlcaD thehurricane
hurricane and all her crew of twentytwo twenty twentytwo twentvtwo
two including the captain save two twomembers tWo tWomem twomembers
members mem rtI perished p rtshed according accordl to a reportfrom report reportfrom reportfrom
from Cape San Antonio today todayChief tOOa tOOaBIG
BIG RESERVE ARMY ARMYPLANNED ARMYPLANNED
PLANNED BY WOOD WOODI WOODChief
I Chief Chief C of Staff Would Add
100000 Men to Fight Fighting Fightjng Fighting ¬
ing Force
An enormous reserve re erve army of from5ose from from90W fromt
90W t iOO to K 101009 iX men to supplement the thepresent theWe thepresent
present We ent fighting force of the regulars regularsand re regularsand Jats Jatsand
and militia Is being planned by MajGee Maj MajGeit laj lajGen
Gen Leonard Wood chief of staff andother and andother andother
other officers of of the War College CollegeIt
It is the plan of the department com commanders commanders commanders ¬
manders to recruit this new force fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the ranks of the regular soldiers aoldle who whohave whohave vhohave
have been eln honorably Do orably discharged and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the State militiamen who have haveserved haeMrYetl hareserved
served their th tr time and failed to relnltet relnltetEvery reInllstEvery reinlietEvery
Every year thousands of soldiers In Inthe inthe inthe
the regular r ar army are discharged Theyhave They Theyhave The Thehae
have served v their three years and againrestme again againresume againtme
resume tme their ursuits in rivnte life Itf These Thesemen The Thesemen e elit
men lit are highly hlgbl trained They were educated ed educated edueated ¬
ucated in military work ork by the govern government gevernft4nt government ¬
ment and it te this thatnlng that the theWar thear
War ar College officers now want ant to take takeadvantage takeadvantJtK
advantage ofThe of ofThe ofThe
The plan as proposed propo ed by General GeneralWood GeneralWood
Wood ood and his associates provides provtd thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the reseieve reserve re efe force join in the annual annualmaneuvers annualmaneuvers annualmaneuvers
maneuvers of the regular army arm and the themi thelIiliUa
militia mi 1U la This Thf would serve to keep the thedischarged tte ttedI1lChar
discharged dI1lChar 1 men in a state of fair ef efficiency eCft efflciency ¬
ficiency ficiencyOFFICIAL ft flciencyOFFICIAL ncr ncrOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL IS HELD HELDON HELDON HELDON
ON SERIOUS CHARGE CHARGEU
U S Commissioner Charged With WithMisappropriating WithMisappropriating VithMisappropriating
Misappropriating 1500 1500Bail 1500Bail 1500Bail
Bail Money MoneyJERSEY hloneyi MoneyJERSEY
i JERSEY CITY N No J T Oct 22 United UnitedStates United UnltedI UnitedStates
States Stat Commissioner Unde Lindsley y Rowe Rowewas Rowewu Rowewas
I was arrested arre ted today in his office on the thecharge theI
I charge of misappropriating mi approrrlaUng 1600 10 bait baitmoney btaUID baitmoney
money ID Y intrusted JRlru ted to him in his official officialcapacity officlaI officialca
I ca capacity capacityRowe ty tyI
i I Rowe has been in office of1l < e thirty thlrt years yearsHe ye yearsHe rs rsHf
He is sixty years old oldWhen oldWhen old1Yhen
When Deputy United States Marshal MarshalLouis larshallouts MarshalLouis
Louis G Beekman served the warrant warranton
on him the commissioner eo unIa Ioner fainted When Whenhe Whenhe Yhenhe
he recovered he telephoned for friends friendsto frIendto
to come to his aid and go his bond bondhe bondhelt bondbut
but they cUd ROt answer his call ana anathe anJhe
he was takon to the Hudson Hud on county countyJail cOuntyjatl countyjail
the Jail
J
PLEAratGLflE PLEAratGLflEUncle PLEA Of SMUGGLERS I IFOR
FOR 1r IMMUNITY mNITY VAIN VAINUncle VAINPLEA
Uncle Sam to Spare NoneWho None NoneWho NoneWho
Who Defrauded Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment of Millions MillionsVISIT MillionsVISIT MillionsVISIT
VISIT OF LOEB LOEBj
1 MAKES ITCERTAIN ITCERTAINHag ITCERT AIN AINHa
Hag Ha ias Order Or der to Proceed Mercilessly Mercilesslyin
in Prosecutions Prosecuti ns on New NewYork Newy NewYork
York y or Evidence EvidenceIt
It I was asserted a ertecJ today that offers offersof BItersof offersof
of voluntary restitution r tullun on the partof part partof aIt aItot
of importers guilty gunt of defrauding te teGovernment u uGovernment tineGovernment
Government in the hope of securing securingImmunity NeUrla NeUrlaImmunity securingImmunity
Immunity will be rejected rejltCt6dby by the theGovernment tbttGovernment theGovernment
Government It is I known that this thisia th1thI thisis
ia the attitude of the Treasury Treaaurypartment Department De Department ¬
partment and the Department ef f Justice Jus Justice J JUoe ¬
tice ticeIn
In every Base where evidence can teabe j jbe Ibe
be obtained prosecutions are sure nr nrThere sureThere I IThere
There will tell be bt no compromise A num number number j
ber of indictments against Hew York YorJcimporters iimporters I IIMPOrt
importers IMPOrt era are now now being considered consideredand colUli4Jeredand consideredand
and the fact fa < < that som some of those thCNt now nowunder nottunder noteunder
under surveillance have offered oftercdtL oftercdtLmaktt ti timake ti timake
make good all duty which bleh they die dishonestly 4111Ihontry diehonestly ¬
honestly escaped will notprtect notprstectthem not notprtectthem protect protectthem
themIt them themIt themIt
It was learned at the Treasury De Department Department Department ¬
partment that the visit of Collector CollectorLoeb CollectorLoeb CollectorLoeb
Loeb of New York and lid the confer conferences eonterencea conferences ¬
ences which hich followed fol1Ow between him himSecretary blmSecretary himSecretary
Secretary XacVeagh Assistant See SecI Seeretry Seeretar
I retar retry Curtis and aa Attorney General ueneraiWickersham Generalno GenfdILJIecenbam
Wickersham Iecenbam re resulted ulLe41 I in the prlIe prllcy of ofno ofno
no compromise compromiseOrdered compromlHOrdered compromiseOrdered
Ordered To Spare None NoneThe NoneThe
The collector was directed dl rectccl to reternto return returnto returnto I
to New York and proceed pn OHd with Ith all pos possible pc pclbIe > > ¬
sible lbIe diligence to collect colle < < evidence of offraud orfra offraiid
fraud fra fraiid d against a < < af 8t the tb importers import who arej arejitow an annow areow
now ow suspected ported by him and IMt against those thosewho tboeeho thosewho
who ho have offered to make good all alllosses 11losses 11 IIIOllell
losses sustained by the Government pro proth provided I Ivided
vided they th y were not crhnlnally t pro proc prose prosec
I
c lted it d L
pr prosecution it was of or1 at Sugar = r rae ae trust and l lInp the theceedings pro proceedings ¬
ceedings Inp against < < I1Wt Duveen Brothers the theart theart theart
art dealers have scared a number of ofbig ofbtr ofbig
big importers into IJIt < o practically confessing confessingto
to greater frauds than have been dis disclosed d ddo di diclosed ¬
closed do d since Bi ee the Sugar trust scandal scandalcuow scandalcame
came to light Son SoMe of these Impo importer importerhurried Impo1Ahurried 1era 1erahurrled
hurried to the Treasury Trea > > ury Department Departmentwith DePlirtmeDt1tn Departmentwith
with 1tn offers ocr of C restitution ptovidt plovi t d they theywere ue ueere theywere
were ere promised promlt ed hnmiivHy hnmiivHyAmount tmnuaJrttrAmount httmartyAmount
Amount ef Losses Los es Secret SecretNo SecretNo I INo
No intimation intimationamount Is given fve out as to the theamovnt theamount
amount of the Governments JiN heeee heeeethrough e ethrough
through these the e wholesale wholltra frauds It to toL Ioknown
known however that they tiMyJIIII1ieI tun iMi iMiand
JIIII1ieI L L and that some of CM tJMI8M tJMI8MdeaFirT thedea MtrMSt MtrMStfn
dea deaFirT rs fn imported wmrem W1Lie in In tie Wetry tietry coun country ¬
try are involvedThe Involved InvolvedThe InvolvedThe
The particular kind of smuggling stnuggUnwhich nnag e C CwhIch + j jwhich
which th there se Importer are guilty guiltyknown guUt guUtkllOWn is isknown
known at the department departm nt as I underval undervaluation urtdaryaluation ¬
uation This was as the charge chargeDuveen afatast afatastDuveen acaburtDuv
Duveen Duv n Brothers and will m be b the thein charge chargein eIIarpIn
in the indictments Indt tment8 which Le r now nowthreatening BOWthreang nowthreatening
threatening the other gullt guilty ones onesLSI on onesLOAN
I
LOAN SHARK BILL BILLTO BILLTO BILLTO
TO BE ADVOCATED M1TEDSpecific AOVOGA ADVOCATEDSpecific TEO TEOSpecific
Specific Case Calls Protest ProtestFrom ProtestFrom ProtestFrom
From Police Against AgainstPresent AgainstPresent AgainstPresent
Present System SystemLegislation SystemLegWatien SystemLegislation
Legislation directed against again t the uloait uloaitshark loanshark loan baitshark
shark will 111 again be urged wg by the Com Commissioners C Cml Cesrmissioners ¬
missioners ml loners at the coming a carton of ofCongress ofCongre ofCongress
Congress CongressThe Congre CongressThe s sTbe
The attention of Commissioner John Johnston Johnston Johnston ¬
ston was directed today by Inspector InspectorBoardinanxActin I InspectorBoardmanActing t f fBotLrdmanAeting
BoardinanxActin Superintendent of ofPolice ofPollee ofPonce
Police to the ease of a resident re tdent of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District who borrow borro 960 in Octoher Octo > er 1 lJOS lJOSfrom 1503from S Sfrom
from a loan company on a chattel mort mortgage JftOrtgage mortgage ¬
gage agreeing to pay the company COI Jny JnyIn 190 190In 790In
In twelve installments In taJlment of 75 i50 7 50 each eachHe eaehEe eachHe
He has basi paid 7960 or 1 1tt5l CL more morethan morethan morethan
than the amount due at the le legal al rate rateof rateot rateof
of interest it to said kI and being a a man manof manor manof
of limited means pretests against agin t pay paying payInJ paying ¬
ing InJ more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The only onl law la pertaining to interest Intorestor Intre t tor
or usuary Is given in the District Districtcode Ditttrlcti Districtcode
i code says sa S Inspector Boardman and andso andso nd ndI
I so far as being a relief to the poor or orto orto ors
to the th victims of usury It te uele useleas useless uselessas ueleA8 s
as It only relates to civil proceedingswhich proceedings proceedingswhich procOdinphleh
which hleh are expensive Victims of wary waryhave Uf1ltYhave usuryhave
have no money mone to institute such cases csaesCommissioner ca caCommissioner casesCommissioner
Commissioner Johnston said today todaythat todythat Todaythat
that the Commissioners would again againurge againurge againurge
urge the passage p8ES < < e of the uloan loan hark fharkbill harkbill harkbill
bill which was as introduced at the last lastsession lastse88lon lastsession
session but failed of passage passageONE passageONE passageONE
ONE DEAD IN NEW NEWPOWDER NEWPOVDER NEWPOWDER
POWDER MILL BLAST BLASTHOLLIDAYSBURG BLASTHOTTIDAYBIUTRG BLASTHOLLIDAYS13IRG
HOLLIDAYSBURG HOTTIDAYBIUTRG Pa Oct 22 WThe WThewheel The Thewheel Thewheel
wheel mill of the Standard Powder PowderWorks PowderVorks PowderWorks
Works at Horrell Station Sttl4 > n exploded this thtemorning thIBmurnlnJr thismorning
morning killing at least t one and an fatally fatallyinjuring fatallyInJurtnp fatallyinjuring
injuring Superintendent SuperlntelBlent Superlnte ent M McCartney McCartneyThree McCartneyThree cCUtne cCUtneThAt
Three others pre re known nown to be serious seriously 8rIou8I seriously ¬
ly b injured and several veral are missing mls tll
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WAR WAflONCIGARETTE WAflONCIGARETTESLOGAN ON CIGARETTE CIGARETTESLOGAN
SLOGAN ADOPTED BY BYEDUCATION BYEDUCATIONBOARD
EDUCATION EDUCATIONBOARD EDUCATIONBOARDVigorous BOARD BOARDVigorous
Vigorous Campaign to Stop StopSmoking StopSmoking Stopt
t Smoking in Public PublicSchools PublicSchools PublicSchools
Schools Begun BegunEXPECT BegunEXPECT BegunEXPECT
EXPECT PRINCIPALS PRINCIPALSTO
TO CHECK PRACTICE PRACTICETheir
Their First Meeting of Year Will WillBe WillJ WillBe WillBe
J
Be Galled Next NextWeek Nextleek NextWeek
Week WeekSchool Weeki leek leeki
i
School Boards Attitude AttitudeToward Attitu AttitudeToward e eT
Toward T owar Cigarettes CigarettesCigarette CigarettesCigarette CI9arettesCigarette
Cigarette smoking among pupils of ofhigh oflIigk ofhigh
high schools will be stopped by byaider byorder
order of Superintendent A T TStrart TSturt TStuart I
Stuart StrartPapflt SturtPHpb StuartPupilst
Papflt Pupilst ordered to report to new John JohnBtten Johnt8B JohnKitten
Kitten t8B School 5 < hool at Cleveland Park ParkOR ParkM Parkoa
OR Monday M aday morning merningHigh morningHigk
I
High HiX school principals will meet meetearly meet8erty meetearly
early next week to consider tues suestiema < tuestieDs jaestieas
tieas concerning conc rning high school ad adstration adJBisistra adminietration
JBisistra minietration minietrationFate stration strationFate tion tionF
Fate F te of fraternities may be decided decidedat deci deckedat ed edat
at principals meeting me Ag wfcfin w fn re reperts reperta regerts
perts en geed behavior be a er of sod societies sodsties ¬
sties etie are to be made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The Board of Education Intends to temake toke tomake
make ke an immediate and an < < vigorous cam campaign caRlpalp cam campaign ¬
paign against JDt cigarette d < < rette smoking in inthe illtbe inthe
the public schools and particularly particularlyamo partl particularlyamong larl larlalJlOll
amo alJlOll among boys ys of tbe high 1ai < < h schools schoolsThis schoolsThis ehoola11dII
This announcement was made today todayby todayb7 todayby
by Superintendent of Schools A A T TStuart TStuart
Stuart when Information IRtor aaUOR was brought broughtto
to his attention concerning the alleged allegedbreaking aJl8tlt aJl8tltbreakla allegedbreaking
breaking breakla < < of the rules against the use useof U8eot useo1
of tobacco by boys boT of several high I i ischools
schools schoolsThe schoolsThe t
The Matter JIIML uer will willVMtlgaUJeu be dealt It with withthrough
through the priDdpa1 Nt it all la ina I
VMtlgaUJeu J a skews thy fait te stamp tampoils tamttotiC
ar oils Se pYWBB fl fib m1 strT > tiart rt said M beand he
and his aeaoctates a octatcie would 1 step in and andtake ancltake andtake
I
take a hand handTe
Te T Enforce afree Rates RatesOur R1 eI
I IOur 1Our
Our position in this t matter is clear clearand clearaDd clearand
and we eo intend to enforce It Coree the rule ruleagainst ru ruftPin ruleagainst
against ftPin t smofctac te the letter said Mr MrStuart KrSt1Jrt MrStuart
Stuart today According to the beard beardrule Nardrule boardrule
rule a public bUe school pupil is forbidden forMadonthe forbiddenthe forbiddenthe
the use of tobacco either during dur1n lunch lunchhour 11IftChbouror lunchhour
hour bouror or on his way y > r and from school schoolOne sdnootOne = boot bootOnE
One of the reports concerning smok smoking t smoking 1IOk 1IOkIn ¬
ing In came from a man teacher m tn Mc McKinley McKinley MeK1nley
Kinley Manual Training Tra1DI School whose whosename wboHname whosename
name is withheld withheldThe wlthheklThe withheldThe
The alley back of of our school ta iscrowded tacrowded I IclOwded
crowded with Ith boys at at noon smoking smokingcigarettes amoklogc1garett smokingcigarettes
cigarettes c1garett and n4i they are getting so open openabout opeaabout openabout
about the matter that I have several severaltimes severaltimes erai
times m been asked for a a match Jftte by one onef oneof
0 of f them them the teacher said saidKew 8kLNew saidNew
New School Ready ReadyPvpBe ReadyP4pU ReadyPupils
Pupils within the range of territory territorycovered territoryCOered territorycovered
covered by the new John Eaton school schoolat SCAGoIat schoolat
at Cleveland Park were ere ordered today todayto todayto todayto
to report to that school on Monday MondayThe MondayThe MondayThe
The school at that time will ill be thrown thrownopen thrownopen thrownopen
open for regular full day da sessions The Thebuilding TheDull ThebulldI
building Dull bulldI ig is completed ready for occu occupancy oceupane occupancy ¬
pancy pane and practically all U the th equipment equipmentinstalled equipmentinstalled equipmentinstalled
installed installedThe installedTbe installedThe
The new De eightroom school sebool is consid considered conadderect coneldered ¬
ered a model plant It is provided with withthe vtthtbe withthe
the most modern facilities for teaching teachingtbe teAchlorthe teachingthe
the District affords and was built after afterlong aterlong afterlong
long densuttaUon by school officials and andembodies andembodies andembodies
embodies many new ideas In school schoolconstruction schoolconstruction schoolconstruction
construction constructionThe constructionThe
The halls haU are wide the t e class c rooms roomslarge rOODMIlarge roomslarge
large and especial attention has been beenpaid beenpaid beenpaid
paid to lighting < < and ventilation ventilationThe ventilationTbe ventilationThe
The engineers office is now complotinS complot completing complottn ¬
inS tn the task of building walks alka ter terraces terraces terraces ¬
races and parking around the building bu11dtDro
Xo o formal exercises will mark theopening the theopening theopening
opening
a
Meeting of Principals PrincipalsThe PnncipaIsThe PrincipalsThe
The first meeting of high hl h school prin principals principais ¬ i icJpsl
cipals this year will be called early next nextweek nextweek I Iweek
week by Dr Wlllard Small principal of ofEastern orEastern ofEastern
Eastern High School and president of ofthe orthe ofthe
the association associationThe associationrhe associationThe
The conduct of athletics In the high highschools
I schools will be discussed dl euS8fd at that time timeand timeand timeand
and a number of other questions con concerning concern concerning ¬
cerning cern In the general administration of ofthe otthe ofthe
the various schools talked of ofThe orThe ofThe
The questions of fraternities may he hetaken betaken hetaken
taken up in the light of the Board BoardEducaticns o oEducations of ofEducaticns
Educaticns newly announced po pose OlI i7 of ofgradually orsraduallr ofgradually
gradually eliminating the secret societies socie socleties sociees
ties es bv substitution subl tituUon of other Interests Intereststo
to take tak up pupils attention attentionThe attentionThe attentionThe
The principals prin < 1pals have ave been given full fullpower runJOer fullpower
power JOer to order tnfe t frats exterminated exterminatedat
at any an time they begin to show an un untIue
due iiitirest llit rest est in school bool politics or ath
Jetcs
AIN MARS FLIGHTS FLIGHTSAT FLIGHTSAT FLIGHTSAT
AT BELMONT MEET
1
TOD SCHREIVERAviator SCHREIVER SCHREIVERAviater SCHREIVEAviator
Aviator Who W o Was Injured la First Accident At Belmont Beim t Park T T4lay T4laySchreivers TedaySchreiver day daySchreivers
Schreivers s Flyer Wrecked on the Graveyard Turn TurnHeavy TurnHeavy TurnHeavy
Heavy Downpour Shortly Before Noon Interrupts InterruptsOfficial Interrupts9fficial InterruptsOfficial
Official 9fficial Program of Opening Day D y
AVIATION FIELD BELMONT BELMONTPARK BELMONTPARK BELMONTPARK
PARK N X Oct 22 22S 52Shortly Shortly ertly before beforenooa beforenOOR beforenoon
noon a heavy eavy rain began D falling with withthe witkthe withthe
the prospect there t ere would be ne official officialflights efficialIi officialflights
flights Ii ts during durin the day All ef the theaviators tileariaters theaviators
aviators expressed expre ed great sorrow ever everthis e ethis overthis
this condition ef the weather as is the thewind
wind w a conditions were ideaL ideaLFIELD idea1INTJInLCA S SLYTI4RtAT1Ot1AL
INTJInLCA LYTI4RtAT1Ot1AL TJOIAL A t V I A T I 0 XFIELD X X11ELD
FIELD BELMONT PARK N Y TOct YOct YOct
Oct a 2IAn An American IS th the Arst victim vic victim viedm ¬
tim of the second one International Aria Avtatkm Ariadon A
don meet Tod Srhreiver Shreiv a young youngnyer you youngflyer
flyer was badly Injured when be lost lostcontrol kwtcontrol lostcontrol
control of his hl machine AchiDe seventyAvefeet seventyfive seventyfiveing MVeDtyftveteet
feet above Qve earth rth during an earl early morn menIInS mornlag
InS night AtghLSchreiver fttgbtSearetv nightSchretver
Schretver Searetv managed to take the aero aeroplane aeroplane aeroplane ¬
plane fifty feet toward towal t the earth wbea whenhis wbeahla wbeahis
his motor went wrong Wro g at th the grave graveyard graveJar4I graveyard ¬
yard turn of the course Then It Itturned Itturned itturned
turned turtle and he was 8 hurled to tothe tothe tothe
the ground The machine was v badly badlywrecked b8411ywncked badlywrecked
wrecked wreckedSchretver wnckedSebndver wreckedSchreiver
Schretver was picked up unconscious unconsciousand unconaciousand unconeclousand
and hurried away way to the hospital In toan Inan Inan
an auto He was among amoD the first of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the birdmen to begin preliminary flying flyingSchrelver 1IYiD 1IYiDSchreher flyingSchreiver < <
Schrelver was watched Intently pas as
STEEL PRODUCERS PRODUCERSGALL PRODUCERSCALL
GALL ON PRESIDENT PRESIDENTAttorney PRESIDENTAttorney
Attorney General Denies DeniesThat DeniesThat DeniesThat
That Suit tc t Dissolve Trust TrustIs TrustIs TrustIs
Is Contemplated ContemplatedA Cc ntemPlaced ntemPlacedA
A delegation of two score steel men menof menoC menof
of this and a number of foreign coun countries countries coontries ¬
tries headed by Judge E H Gary ef
the United SUtea tatee Steel Corporation Corporat n
were received by President Taft In the th
East Room of the White House thls
morning morningIt
It was said s d at the White J1lte House that
the visit of the steel
barons was of a II IIpurely apurely
purely purely social nature and that the sub ¬
ject of a reported contemplated suit
A alnst the Stoel SlC 1
against tfal trust was not men mentioned m mentioned n ntloned ¬
tioned The President welcomed the thevisiting thevisitinG thevisiting
visiting steel men in a short address addresson
on the importance of the industry Indl8tI
Shortly after the departure of the
Steel men Attorney General Wicker Wickersham Wickersham Wickersham
sham reached reaeh th the e White House He
denied the published report that the
Department of Justice ustlce Is contemplat contemplating contemplatIng contemplating ¬
ing the begiafncr besi > ng of a suit against againstthe s againstthe 8ln t tthe
the Steel trail The attitude of the
Department of o Justice Is understood understoodto
to be that that It rill Institute no proceedingsof proceed proceedIngsof ed edinssoC
Ingsof this chxracter ch c trec racter ter until the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Supreme Court renders Its de decision decision decision ¬
cision relative to the Sherman anti antitrust autitrust antitrust ¬
trust law which is on test through throughthe throughtbe throughthe
the Standard Oil and Tobacco trust trustcases trustcases
I cases cases now before that tribunal
Buy The Times Baseball Edition This Afternoon AfternoonFOR
FOR FORA FORACOMPLETE A ACOMPLETE ACOMP
COMP COMPLETE ETE Account cco1mt of the Championship Game GameBy
By THOS rHOS S RICE RICET RICEPrice RICEPrice
T Price Price ONE a NE CENT CENTtray Pay No More Morer More < v 4H
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his hI car shot up for a breeze br w WM e blow blowing WowSag blowbig ¬
Sag and ad many of 0 the foreigners tor were wereignorant wvet wereIgnorant
ignorant t of the treacherous tr currents currentsHe CurreDtLHe currentsHe
He took his bI machine up to a height of ofCaught or1CIO of1A
1CIO feet aDI and 8trt started aXOUDi around Ute course COWMCa courseCaught
Ca Caught t By Currents Currentsbetow C11rIelluAs CurrentsAs
As lie e neared the arYeJ1Ud trs z those thosebelow M6e M6eheIew
below cssM cssMwrong c d4 se things were going jsalngcotae 8J goingwrong IRg IRgnrcIdM
wrong T Thr nrcIdM i n cotae cmatchese began to t bob like Hkehavic JUiea likea
a cork as tI ttwdt thsi b Use molars seer 1te 1teTllYb behaving
having TllYb barfly barflythe Iy TIle Ilk carre currents ts caught caughtthe I
the plan and whirled It about SdtreiYr Sckrefr Sckrefrptane
er r made desperate efforts to keep the the1JIa1M thepiano
piano on an even e keel Suddenly it shot shottynve shotOwnward shotiowuward
iowuward Ownward lice a atOM aDd when twen twentJaye twentyAre
tynve feet r above earth it Ittamed suddenly suddenlyturned suddenlyturned
turned over overThose oyerT overI
I Those T trho locked ed on rast rushed ed out and anddnuexed aaddra anddttutged
dnuexed dra < < t > d Schrelver from the wreckage wreck of ofhis orilia ofhis
his machine He hd ad only Just ja t recov tsoovered recovered leCOW leCOWked ¬
ered from a recent r raft and abandoned abandonedflight abIIft abandonedhis oDed oDedhis
his crutches th this morning to make tAte tAteatGht theAigbt
flight flightAt atGhtAt AigbtAt
At the Naaeau Hospital an aILtloft examina exsmisatlon examination ¬
tion showed Mow that Schrelver baa acstain acstaincd aesWaed cstaia cstaiaed
ed no internal ta Da1 Injuries There was alose a alone alODe
lone gash cut In h bIB head however and andhe andhis ad adhili
his face ace was covered with blood when whenhe WbeIIbe
he reached the hospital He was band bandContinued baDdContinued bandContinued
Continued Continued on Second Page
ELKINS IS WORSE WORSEUNOFFICIALREPORT
UNOFFICIAL UNOFFICIALREPORT UNOFFICIALREPORTRumor REPORT REPORTRumor
Rumor of Critical Condition ConditionDenied ConditionDenied ConditionDenied
Denied by Friends FriendsCant FriendsCantSee Cant CantSee
See Family FamilyWHBELINGW FamilyJlELI FamilyWH111ELINGw
WHBELINGW JlELI G W Va Oct 31111 21 la spite spiteef spltftef spiteof
ef the denial d by 1t Senator Stephen B BSncins BEIkIDs BElkins
Sncins immediate friends that his con condition CODdiUon condition ¬
dition Is critical the belief te growing growingthat growigthat growingthat
that it is isAJ 18At IsAt
At the home of the family no Informa Information infot at atdon ¬
tion was given out so far today except exceptthat exceptthat
that he is still unable to see members membersof IIM III erS erSof
of the family The reticence of his pri private pdate priate ¬
ate ate secretary Col Fred Snyder con convinces convinces convinces ¬
vinces the Senators anxious friends friendsover frtendsover friendsover
over the State that be has nothing nolbl encouraging en encouraglng encouraging
couraging to report reportTelegrams reportTelegn1DS reportTelegrams
Telegrams from all over OT r the country countryirJng countryare countryare
are pourlng ring into Elkins W Va ask askall askItiit askImr
Imr Itiit for 0 news from the sick man but to toan toall
all newspaper queries there te no repl repli replexcept reply replyf
f i except that fix b condition is unch unchROAD unchanged uncbancedROAD unchangedOFFICIALS
ROAD OFFICIALS ASK ASKRELEASE ASKRELEASE K KRELEASE
RELEASE ON A WRIT WRITThree WRITThree WRITThree
Three Surrendered by Bondsmen In InIllinois inIllinois n nIllinois
Illinois Central Car Re Repair Repair Repair ¬
pair Frauds FraudsCHICAGO FraudsCHICAUO FraudsCHICAUO
CHICAUO Oct 22 22Frank Frank K Harrl Harrlman HarrlmB Harriman
man John T ohI M oL Taylor and Charles Cbarl L LSwing LEwing LEwing
Ewing charged cbarg with participating In InIllinois inlUinols InIllinois
Illinois Central car repair frauds fraudsamounting fraudsamounting fraudsamounting
amounting to 150009 155V1 while they were wereofficials wereofftclals wereofficials
officials of the road today Hied a peti petition petition petition ¬
tion for a writ of habeas corpus before beforeJudge bef beforeJudge < < e eJudge
Judge C Chetlaln e l n declaring that the theliberty theoliberty t tliberty
liberty was s beIng restrained re trained by y Chief of ofPolice oCPolice ofPolice
Police Steward and Chief Bailiff Hunterof Hunter Hunteof Hunterof
of the municipal court courtJu courtJu courtJudge
Ju Judge Tge ge Chetlaln consented to hear the thepetition thepetll10n thepetition
petition Immediately The men were weresurrendered weresurrendered weresurrendered
surrendered by their bondsmen bond men at the theHarrison theHarrison theHarrison
Harrison street police stationBOUNDARY station stationBOUNDARY stationBOUNDARY
BOUNDARY LINE FIXED FIXEDSANTA FIXEDSA FIXEDSANTA
SANTA SA TA FE New Mexico Oct 22 The Theone TheO The Theoae
one O 3e hundred and third meridian Is the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true htstortel boundary between New NewMexico Ne Nerexlo New9fexio
Mexico rexlo and Texas as 8 declared today todayby to todayby y yby
by the committee commltt on Boundary of New NewMexico NewMexico NewMexico
Mexico This T l gives the now State a astrip astrip astrip
strip of 300 3 < < J mllif mil which Is now a part panof partot parto1
of Texas
CRIPPEN is GUILTY BOIIYAmerican GUILTYOf GUILTYOF
Of WIFES MURDER MURDERSENTENCED MURDERSENTENCEDTO
SENTENCED SENTENCEDTO TO DIE DIEAmerican DIEAmerican
American Must Pay Penalty Penaltyfor Penaltyfor Penaltyfor
for Death of Belle Elmore ElmoreCourt ElmoreCourt ElmoreCourt
Court Decides DecidesJURY DecidesJURY DecidesJURY
JURY DELIBERATES DELIBERATESBUT DELIBERATESBUT DELIBERATESBUT
BUT 29 MINUTES MINUTESHanging MINUTESHanging MINUTESHanging
Hanging Set for November 14 or or15Ethel or15Ethel
15 15Ethel Ethel Leneve Goes on onTrial onTril1 onTrial
Trial Tuesday TuesdayStory TuesdayStory TuesdayStory
Story of the Crippen Trial TrialFor TrialFor TaalFor
For Murder MurderVerdict Mur MurderVerdictGuilty er erVerdictGuilty
Verdict VerdictGuilty Guilty ef murder murderTrial murderTrial murderTrial
Trial lasted JastedFlve Five days daysJury daysJ1IIY daysJury
Jury oat eutbeatyme Twentymac minutes minutesSentence minutesSelltenceTo minutesSentenceTo
SelltenceTo Sentence To be hanged hangedDate hangedDate angedDate
Date of executsoa exec11tioaNevember Nevember 14 or orPrueaers orIS orr5
IS r5Prisoners ISPriJ09Ders
Prisoners remaining hope hopeHas hopeHasrig hopeHasright Has Hasright
right rig t to appeal te the criminal rrimnicourt criminalcet1rt criminalcourt
court ef appeals
LONDON LO Lf Oct 22 2You Ye Y have nave been beenMad beentOlliMl beenZoned
Zoned Mad guilty guUt of the murder of Belle El ElMere EIJIIOte Elmore
Mere Crtppen and the sentence of the thecourt thet thecourt
court t is that you OtI be taken from this thisplace thisplace thispiece
place and hanged by the Beck until you youart Youare youare
are dead And may the Ix lArd rd nave havemercy hL navemercy ve veny
mercy ny OR your leur soul sottLThis MUJTills soulTMs
This sentence MDte ce delivered shortly before beforeI
I oclock this afternoon spoke the doom doomof doomet doomof
of Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen C and andrked and1Drkecl andmarked
marked rked the conclusion of one of the thetlonal theIDOet themost
most HasU sensational tlonal Dal murder trials ever held heldin heldIn heldin
in Old Bailer court courtImmediately courtIlRIItefJtatety courtImmediately
Immediately after pronouncing sen sentence senteace sontenon ¬
tenon on the prisoner the customary customaryformality customaryfonnallty customaryformality
formality was followed of t asknig Crippen Crip Cripthe Cdppea
pea whether lie had anything to say sayI sayIa
I Ia a Arm voice Glee that betrayed Ut little e of oftlte ofthe
the emotion that must have been agltat agltatt agttattag agitatlag
tag t 6T the prisoner ClippeR replied repliedI
001 I stilt protect my imneeeaeoLees taneceaeo taneceaeoLed bmeeeItccfAIaI
Led Ataismneiia R8 faded axe ltte the date deteoC of the thehaatfns thecae thebendng
haatfns or Crimea Jar either November XovembarHor1L
14 Hor1L Hor1LTIM or orThe ii ii4he
The death sentence eras U S the e only eoI pos posstMe po5awe possible
stMe awe one that could have been imposed imposedunder iDpos iDposUDder imposedunder
under the charge of c murder Crippenwas Crippen Crippenwas
was immediately taken t te Brtxton prison trio trioon r1a r1aon ¬
on and lid placed in a condemned cell cellCrippen celLCrtppeB cellCrippen
Crippen may appeal to the criminal criminalcourt cr1nlnalcourt criminalcourt
court of appeals either on the ground groundof groundof groundof
of facts or of law but there is scant scantprobabtttty scantprobability C8nt C8ntIIObablltty
probabtttty of such an appeal availing availinghtm ava availinghim tng tngdin
din anything anythingJury anythingJury aY1JIIDgJmy
Jury Out ag MinutesThe MinutesThe Minutes MinutesTh
Th The Jury was out only Dly twentynine twentynineminutes twentynineutes twentyninenntisutes
minutes utes retiring at 217 11 and returning returningwKh returningwtUt returningwith
with its verdict erdlct at atIt 2d 2dIt ti tiIt
It Is understood that the verdict was wasroach WulreadMd wasreached
roach reached od on the second ballot the first firstbeta firstbeIIaf firstbeing
beta being the usual division dtvi l n for the sake of ofa ora ofa
a brief discussion clt cu ton of the evidence evidenceIn erldenceIa evidenceIn
In pronouncing sentence Lord Al Alverstone AlverBtone Alverstone
verstone said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The prisoner has been convicted convictedon
on evidence that leaves no doubt inany In inaDY
any reasonable mind that he cruelly erueIl erueIlol
poisoned ol oned his wife and ad mutilated her
body bodyTurning l bodyTurning ody odyTurRIDg
Turning to the doctor Lord Alver Alverstone Alverstone Alverstone
stone then said impressively Jlftpre elvel7
I advise you to entertain no hope hopeof haDeor hopeof
of escaping e eaaplnr the gallows I Implore Imploreyou imploroyou imploreyou
you to make your OUr peace with God GodLeseve GodLe1Ieve GodLeaeve
Leseve Trial Tuesday TuesdayEthel T11esdayEthel TuesdayEthel
Ethel Clare Leneve Crtppens Crtppensformer Crlppensformer Crippensformer
former stenographer who tied led ed with withhim withhi withhim
him hi after the murder of his wife wifeand wifeaDd wifeand
and who to under indictment on a acharge acharKe acharge
charge of being an accessory after afterthe afterthe tter ttertI
the tI fact will be placed on trial tr1 1 next nextTuesday nextT nextTuesday
Tuesday T day Had Crippen been acquit acquitted acquitted acquitted
ted she would have been freed freedDespite freedDespite freedDespite
Despite the firmness of Crlppens CrippensboarBg Cr1ppensbearing
j bearing during the Jurys delibera deliberations deU deliberations ra ratloM ¬
tions and JId when it was announced announcedthat announcedthat announcedthat
that an Ii agreement agr ment had ad been reached reachedhe reachedbe reachedhe
he gasped PL re4 slightly sll ht1y when the verdict verdictwas verdictwas verdictwas
was announced announcedCrippen aRnouncedCrippen announcedCrippen
Crippen listened to the imposition impositionof
of the death sentence as though ina In Ina ina
a trance but he aroused himself from fromhis fromhi fromhis
his hi stupor when asked whether he had hadanything hadany hadanything
anything any thine to say YO and Ad spoke loudly loudlyand loudIyanel loudlyand
and boldly la protesting his Inno Innocence innocence Innocence ¬
cence cenceHe cenceHit cenceHe
He immediately Imme latel relapsed Into a astupor nstupor a astupor
stupor and an < < remained < < l In this condition conditioneven conditioneven conditioneven
even after he had been removed to tothe totbe tothe
the condemned celL celLChance ceILC cellChance
Chance C ance Fee Appeal AppealBesides AppealBesIdes AppealBesides
Besides the appeal to the criminal criminalcourt criminalcourt criminalcourt
court of appeal th the home h me secretary secrotarycan aecrctryeAa secretaryeaa
eAa order rder this court to reconsider theease the thecase theeee
case caseThis eeeTkls easeThis
This coart can either affirm the sen sentence sentence seatenee ¬
tence upset the verdict or order orderBeT a aMir anevi
Mir trial If the sentence Is upheld upheldof
of which hlcb there is no doubt the only onlychance on onebaee onlychance
chance for Crippen Crip Jl is the exercise of ofroyal ofroyal ofroyal
royal clemency which is only put into Intvforce int intforee intoforce
force on the recommendation reeolRmenda on of the thehome th thhome thehome
home secretary secretaryAs secretaryAs > > eeretaryAs
As Crippen was being assisted Into Intothe intothe intothe
the prison van an to be taken back to toBrlxton toBrLtoft toBrixton
Brlxton prison he collapsed and d hadto had hadto hadto
to be assisted as lted HJs 8 face was blanched blanchedto
to the color of chalk and he wastrembUrs wastretnblirg was wastrembling
trembling IK I every limb A warden wardenpractically wardenprctlcally wardenpractically
practically carried the little prisoner prisonerA prisonerA
A vast crowd had gathered outside outsideOld outsideOld outsideOld
Old Bailey Baile and when Crippen arrived arrivedhe arrivedbe arrivedhe
he was greeted with hoots and yells yellsScored yellsScored yellsScored
Scored As Villain VillainScoring VillainorInp VitIafnScoring
Scoring orInp Dr Crippen as a a villain vm Jn of ofthe otthe ofthe
the deepest dye charging clMLrgl g him with withthe withthe withthe
the moet mo t infamous crime In the calen calendar ctlendar calendar ¬
dar of atrocities and asking that he hebe hebe hebe
be found guilty of murder In the first firstdegree tlrstdegree firstdegree
degree the crowns prosecutor prosc < utor Rich Richard Rlchard Richard ¬
ard Muir this morning began sum summing summing summing ¬
ming up The e prosecutions case In the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial of the diminutive American Americancharged Americancharged Americancharged
charged with slaying his wife ite Belle BelleElmore BelleElmore BelleElmore
Elmore Crippen that h hoe < e might marry marrya marrya
a younger and prettier woman womanM1ss womanM1ssEthel RomanMjsaEthel Miss MissEthel
Ethel Clare Leneve his typist typistAs typistAs typistAs
As prosecutor Muir continued his hisaddross hisaddrees hisaddress
address to the jury He depicted Crip Crippen CrIppen Cripm
pen m a as who a canning turned turnedcrafty crafty craftyhis hardhearted bardheartedman hardheartedand
man c who turned his gentus 8 us ushardhearted and ana

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