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r Fair Fairronightan Tonight and Monday MondayFrost M nday ijt il Sunday Evening EveninjEDITION
Frost Tonight 7 he a htn1ton ibo ijDt 7 mft
rr y iiY + f EDITION EDITIONYesterdays E D 1 T I ON ONf ONNUMBER O AT ATNIIIIBEii
NUMBER 6897 Yesterdays Circulations Circulation 52456 WASHINGTON VA SHIN Gr ON SUNDAY S TAY EVENING EVENING EPT17I1iTG OCTOBER 23 190 I Twentyfour Pages PRICE ONECE27T ON CENT
E EMPIRE 1PIRE OEMOGRATSOF DEMOCRATS
OF BRYANS STRIPE STRIPEFlOCK STRIPEDefensive
4 FlOCK FLOCKIOSTIMPSON FLOCKIOSTIMPSONTactics TO STIMPSON STIMPSONDefensive
Defensive DefensiveEMPIRE Tactics May M y Cost CostDix CostDix CostDix
Dix the th G9vernorship As AsIt AsI AsIt
It I r Now N OV Seems SeemsCAMPAIGN SeemsCAMPAIGN SeemsCAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN BOSSES BOSSESSHOW BOSSESSHOW BUSSESSHOW
SHOW THEIR WORRY WORRYRoosevelt WORRYRoosevelt WORRYRoosevelt
Roosevelt Is Being Hammered Ham e d for forCalling r rCalling forCalling
Calling Judge Anderson Jack Jackass Jnckf Jackass
f ass In Western Speech SpeechBy SpeechBy SpeechBy
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By JOHN SNURE SNURENEW SNURENEW SNURENEW
NEW YbRK Oct 2IThe The slump slu or f
Eryan Democrats from Dlx the D8 Defoe Defoecratc Demo Democratic te teratlC ¬
cratic ratlC candidate for governor oernor is i It cawe cawener callenS caue1ng
1ng ner worry wOIT to the Democratic Detocratic campaign campaignrianagers camp1pIlanagers campaigflrianagera
rianagers rianagersIt
It Is one of the chief source HUr etIf of en onJuragement enUalement enuragement
< < Juragement to thorn tto who wleh
e to toStimson s see seeStmson ee
Stmson St mson elected electedOne electedOne electedOne
One hears lears a great deal in New York Yorkty Yorkt Yorkty
< ty t of Republican ticket defections but butcomparatively butomparatlvely butOmparaUvely
comparatively little about the fact that thatmany tMtrULny thatTzany
many progressive progree lve Democrats will refuse refuseto refUHto refuseto
to vote ote for Dix and will m vote for StimE Stim Stimsm SUmt1n
sm E a These Th Democrats l are of the Bryan Bryant DZ DZt
t pe Perhaps K would be t more morecorrect morevrrf moreorreet
correct vrrf > ct to term them Roosevelt Rooev 1 t Demo Democrats Demorats Demorats ¬
crats rats They The are the more radical and andprogressive andrrogreBslve andrrogreselve
progressive members of their party partymen partsacn aTty aTtynxn
men to whom Roosevelts progi Itrogre wogreeMvhent wogreeMvhentI egglvism egglvismcineals lYlitm lYlitmlJeals
I peals and who look on Dix not mere raereI
I as In alliance with w th Murphy but as asj a aIemocrat
3 Iemocrat > cmorrat of the conservative eon eratlve type of ofthe ort1e oftae
the Cleveland way of thinking thinkingExtont thinkingEttont thtukingExtont
Extont Not Known KnownHow KnownHow Knownhow
How extensive will be this Democraticdeectlon DomocratledeecUon Democratic Democraticdefection
defection from Dix on this account accountJun aceouRt1CZf aceouotzcr
Jun 1CZf zcr > I Is no means of knowing Reports Reportsfrom Reportllrom Reportstram
from rom Buffalo say it will 111 be cxtensiva cxtensivathere cxtentthothen extenolethere
there In New York city there te such suchc ueb uebt
c t movement and nd it has considerable considerableI oonalderabt considerableIoportiona
I opoitions Wellinformed Republics nUbUC8n1lare Itepuldlcena Itepuldlcenac its itst
c t 1lare > lare that this defection from fro Dix willgo will willpo 111 111Q
po Q far to counteract the Republican defctton de defrrtlon def
frrtlon f cHon from Stimson SUm80IIcaUIIed caused by dislike dislikecf dl dislikecf lfke lfkeC
cf C Roosevelt dislike of the new nation nattoni nationsm
i Ism sm and the soreness of the old fuard fuardry fWUd fWUdLy
T Ly > ry are relying on It in no small mean meant m6A m6At
t rr 0 c to pull Stimson Ul throughI through throughRoosevelt IOUfth IOUfthPoo5evelt
Roosevelt I oosevelt will m get into the game again againIi sgalni
Ii i 1 New XE York State this week He will willt wil wiltUr wtltlr
tUr t ° ir widely wllel through the upState coun counties connt1r cottntier ¬
ties t1r lie may declare he will not b br M Mp bea
r a candidate again 1912 Roosevelts Rooseveltsenc Rooveltfm Roosgyettsenuies
enc enuies mies are trying ts t stamped a1npe4I hi bidet Into Intot I
t as declaration N NWeapon 4Weapon
i
Weapon ftp fbrDemooiai Dexnocfaisi DexnocfaisiiKaiocrats DemOC at + e4 e4I j jI
iKaiocrats I noerats nO < rUB are ar jMiag > 1b1Ot > to make the utm ut utm
m mt t use U of a report that Roosevelt RooseveltvTiie R Rouseveltw
w vTiie lie in 1 Indiana called eaJl 1 Federal Judge JudgeArilftNin JudpaIlf
ArilftNin 5 Ilf lrwn < < H1 a crook and a jackass jack b bciuso bCIU be beassn
ciuso CIU of the decision dec Jlon in the libel case caserralnst caser
r rralnst rcan alnst t the theac JndUuapotts auapou News l It fits ntsnlcly fitst
1 nlcly rite 1v with 1tb the other criticisms 04 04T otl
T on onr otvt vcH It t for hostility to the th Federal Federalcourts Federalco O ederal ederalcrnrt
co courts irtts The story comes from Indiana IndianaIiis IOOIa IOOIalj8 IndianaI
Iiis I S and i Is generally credited Celo CoI
7 1 I Roosevelt Ro8ev 1t will get back from his hisIftmPfhlre hisAew
Aew 2 cw Hampshire trip this afternoon afternctmsil aft nh
sil 1 may see Ut to tell just what he did didK didLLOUt
K about 1 Uoul Judge Anderson AndersonWilliam Andenon1Iiam AndersonWilliam
William 1Iiam R Hearst H will add to the thes lh lhd theayety
s ayety d ety of the tb New e York situation this thtev thby thistc1S
tc1S v d K H He Ia expected e ted to make an itin ni nih1rttnt MJ MJjOrtant I ITrtallt
jOrtant speech here tomorrow nightr night nightHr J 8tl 8tlf
Hr f will 111 read ad certain letters IeU h he is i reputed reputedto
to have Ita which will fan the flame ante He 11 is tecorlited isf
f corlited e dit itted with having havln a number oftet oftetrs of let letrs et etfS
rs that passed pa8 ed between Dix sad ftd Mur Murpiy MurTJ Murh1
piy TJ
piyThe
The betting odds on the New Ne York Yorkelxtion YorkJtlon Yorkch
elxtion ch c tion range from Ii to 7 to 2 to 1 on onI onix
ix I x Then Thf > r is I little batting bettingNot battingNot ttim ttimNot
Not With the Trust TrustPersistent Trustfr TrustPersistent
Persistent fr iAlfont attacks oh Dix for being beingconnected DeineCoT1ned beingcornet
connected CoT1ned cornet led with the th Wall Paper treat truetrt tnMltt treatt
rt t e drawn from him a statement that tliatc
J c is not in any way concerned eor rned In it itSjimson tLStiT1S it itmsen
Sjimson StiT1S msen < n te putting UP to Dix the > ques question q qt111 girssthn ¬
tion what be intends to do about the thepuMl theptJtJk theput
puMl put llc < utilities commissions eOlnmiaaloneThe commissionsThe eotnm on8 on8The
The aggressive alr ve wart S is Is being taken by byPons b bPOsl bPoncavelt
Pons Poncavelt ° > vplt Pt and Stimson and Hearst Hea L The TheI TheDtmneratas TheIrrnncrats
I Dtmneratas H motrats keep UtikinK of C Roosevelt Rooseveltttrt nOO6 Rooseveltt velt veltrcnft
ttrt t nd lIZ 1M and failing raUtn to nalte lalce due cpl captt1 cplt
t t1 > 1 out of the real issue lautSn issueTn
Tn n trying to carry New York State Mr MrTr lIrT MrT
> Tr T begins bfn with a handicap New NewVTk XewY Newrk
VTk Y rk has ha come to be normally nr 1AUy a Repub RepubI
I Jn State It is < tlc skniated lcnJat lat d by b experts exper to tor
1 1 < re r 1 e that the t entire vote in GreateYork Greater GreaterNow GreaterXCw r
Now York this year ear will be 5 5341101 M fit Th Thr The Ther
r < castration strnti stration < n was tlijfleft but a eonstdetale eonsider eonsidernlTc conlderc
c > ale percentage Jr ntage of registration always alwaysfUis alwaysLS alwayf s
fUis < f LS to vote > Republican experts put putthIr mattldr pap papti t
ti thIr jr own vote in Greater New Yor YorContinued York YorkContinued YorkContinued k
Continued on Second Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTT1 I IT
T T1 e weather Is now clear in nearly nearlyal1 nearlTa
al1 a fTtions tioM of the country except north northrrr northr
rrr 1 r New England E lAnd and New Ne YorkThey York YorkThe YorkTh
The Th temperature has fallen east of the tlteIssLsdppl th thr e
1 ssisslppl ssi lppt river and frosts occurred occurredrnt occurl occurln oecurnrally r ed
rnt n nrally rally ran this th morning mtrnin In the Middle Middles Middlereaching oIkldlctof
s itfR tof reaching rfta hln as far south AS asrtral the therrral thertral
rtral portions of MteatooipfH M IPft and Ala Alana Alana Alanil
na and as far earn as Virginia I
1 115t jst of the Mississippi river fair fai fair r
1 i T raider is Indicated Indictt > d tonight and Mon1ro Mon Monav 1oIonar
av arlTOit j
Iro lTOit ts will 111 occur tonight tonl ht in the Atiirtk At Ati i iiuTtir
iuTtir i < rttr sections north of jf the Vlrpin Vlrpinipes VIZJlnlJWI Virginia VirginiaApes
Apes bUt the temperature will rise r te m mruildle mrdldle innIidle
ruildle Atlantic sections Monday MorHlajvFORECAST NorMla NorMlaFORECAST MondayFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE TI DISTRICTT DISTRICT DISTRICTTalr
Talr T alr lr tonight and Monday n4aYJJr probably probablyovt prollubat l ltlt Y
ovt t tonight rising temperature Mon MonModerate JoIonte MoeModerate
Moderate te n northwest nrta rthwet winds incIa beoem beoemIn beoellitf
In 1 variable aI1a Monday MondayTKMPKRATUR1BS MondayTEMPERATURES Oftda OftdaTEXPERATURItS
f
TEMPERATURES TKMPKRATUR1BSx
x J 1 m mu UL ULm it itm
u m SJ SJm iJa 5 5am h
a am amam m to toa iia
a am amnoon m K Knoon Ii1100n
noon 1100nP f fP < I In
P m mp mp nj
j p m It ItSUN
SUN suI TABLE TABLEI TABLETUHC TA1LRrises
rises = 11 11r
I r seta i iTrE 1
TlUK TABT TABTa TABTarodaH TABiETodayIII S STodayHlgb
TodayHlgb rodaH tide 11 Ml = 41 a a m Low Lo Lewt i iit
k it > 5 > a m and iQ II 8 n in inTomorrow InT mTomorrowHigh
TomorrowHigh Tomorrow T JmonOW High tide 12 1ltt T a m ami a au
1211 2 w + u D m Low tide t 65s 5 a m and
5 07 7 c m mCONDITION mCONDITION mCONDITION
CONDITION OP OFTHB THS THWATER WATKR
TTARPFRS ARPFTiSi1lRRY FERRY W VL Oct k s
Both rivals rtv fil iiMC la r thin rooming
1
r L Aviators Av ators Taking Tak ng Part in n Contests for Large Pr Prizes zes at International nternat onal Meet 1 leet at Belmont Park I
MONJAU AUDEMARS AU DEMARS RADLiA RADLiAMOISSANT RAD RADL J in inMOISSANT J JMOISSANT
MOISSANT AUBRUN AND SIMONNATION SIMON SIMONWall SIMONNATION
NATION NOT BEATEN BEATENON BEATENON
ON CORPORATION TAX TAXIall TAXWall
Wall Iall Street Report That Col Collections Collections Collections ¬
lections Were Iere Disappoint Disappointing Disappointing Disappointing ¬
ing Denied By HillesAasietant Hilles HillesAssistant HillesAast
Assistant Aast taat Secretary Charles D Ruse Hilleeof HmNe RuseOf
of e the Treasury Tf ury today toda denied the re repart rePMt repert
part emanating from Wail Street tr thaGovernment thai thaitha tha thau
tha u Government Gcvern nt te disappointed ppelnled in its itscollections it itceUectionas itslions
collections lions under the th thg corporation tax taxlaw taxI taxlaw
I law lawWith With 27250460 iSO iO paid hit kite the Treasury Treasuryas Treasurypas
pas as a the 1 per cent tax on the yearly 7 rly in incme Inc incme
I cme c me of all corpora corporations teas amounting amount to tomore tomore tomore
more than J60 I6OtMt Mr Hilles said the theGovernment th thGovernment u uGovenanwot
Government to richer by b feSfcuGO 1000 000 than thanit thanIt thanit
it bad bade exptcttf e tic t to be beThe beTbe beThe
The Anal original ertlmate 11mt otthe of the tax eol eolloetion eolJeet eolIgetion
loetion Jeet Ion submitted 5Ubmltt to Congress F See SeeOeaeintear SeelaeP See1TaeF
1TaeF laeP Oeaeintear 1Melllll t I A wa waMifd wan waaoMlL wansaid
MlL M Mid Mifdsuit
n suit ult u lt t ha hu been most aratityfcix aratityfcixThere t tThere hu huaerev
There never aerevt W i r p s tae ta aIIt sdf witK wkW wit witlittle as aslittle
These TheseMile
little rH rfitaetaaoe ta c W We WeJ are al it MOl disc n npointed t tpnInled
1
pointed pointedThe J pnInledThe OIn fod fodTht
The report rtp rt was to the effect that New NewYork NewYOk NewYork
York financiers are convinced proflw proflwhave prodtMhave
I have been n hidden by some one Th ThStandard The TikoStandard TheStandard
Standard Oil Company CtMIU and the United UnitedState UDltedHtatft UnitedHtala
State Steel Corporation Corporal loti have paM mor mortux
than C 2eAtiJIW IoftIIt X < and about onethirtteuh onethirt h bof hof
of th the tax The railroads rail alone akm shoaW shoaWhave staaldhave did didMe
have paid in as IU much as the total tax taxTtC
receipt rec 4 > lt tx amounted am unted to in the opinion opiIaIonof
of Wall Street Str t If J all carporatkMi taxesMere taxed tax taxere
Mere ere honestly hOlWstl paid Wall n Street petn petnout pantsout
out the th total earnings of all corporations corpora corperatlom
tions tion In the Tnited States Stat during durht IfW IfWwere 11MfI
were we fI only JSTCOUW j a lIIJ enna OHO 10 which w wckrs hich the theciers flnara 11 11r
ciers r say is i proposterous proposterousARNEGIE prOlYJ8t s sCARNEGIE
CARNEGIE RETURNS RETURNSIN
IN FEEBLE HEALTH HEALTHSteel HEALTHSteel HEALTHSteel
Steel King Shows ShowsHis His il fears YearsUpon fearsUpon ears earsUpon
Upon Landing In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkNEW YorkEW YorkNSW
NEW EW YORK Oct aAndrew IAndre Carne Carnegie Carnegtc Carnegie ¬
gie his wife and daughter dau ter Margaret arrived ar arrived srrind ¬
rived here today t4Hla on the Baltic > > tJUe from fromScotland ernnlUand tramScvtlaad
Scotland ScotlandMr Uand UandJtCr
Mr Carnegie Carne < < ie showed his years and andetmaH an anto anise
se etmaH tit to be much feebler f bler than he was waslie wssuoIIIe wasRiot
Riot monitlasnge monitlasngeHe uoIIIe uoIIIeTie
lie wilt 11 remain here until May ay when whenhe whenbe whenhe
he will return with his family to Skibo SkiboCastle SldboCutlt SkIboCastle
Castle CutltGALLOWS CastleGALLOWS
GALLOWS MAY LOSE LOSEHAWLEY L OSE
HAWLEY H CRIPPEN CRIPPENEnglish CRIPPENEnglish
English Prejudice May Draw DrawClemency DrawClemency DrawClemency
Clemency y From the theCrown theCrown theCrown
Crown CrownLONDON CrownLONDO
LONDON LONDO Oct a 2 Lt Englands 1 u lands strong stronSprejudice stronJrejudlce g
prejudice against a ln t putting a man to toth t o
death th on B purely circumstantial evidence evidencemay evidencemay evidencemay
may lead to clemency being extended extendedDr extendedDr extendedDr
Dr Hawley Uawl Harvey Crippen Cri n sentenced sentencedto entencedto
to be Itangfed angb November 15 5 for the mur murder murtJ6i mardor ¬
der of his hi < wife the American me n womanknown woman womanknown womanknown
known on the stage talie as IS Belle Elmore ElmoreAfter Elmorener ElanoreAfter
After ner Crippen waft sentenced 8eftt to deathlice death deaththe deaththe
the foreman of the he duty handed to the thelord thelord th thlord e
lord ehle chief JJUce Uce a note after looking lookingat < < > Oklnb Oklnbat
at which the Justice saW saWThat S4L1dThst
That shall be forwarded to the proper properQuarter uroJerQU grope gropegwirter
Quarter QuarterThe QU gwirter gwirterThe rter rterTIlt
The TIlt prDperqnarter f1PeTQnar er mfelit mean the thehome theItome thehone
home secretary who has Jurisdiction juri dlcUon in inswh InMJh
swh matters The Tb jurors rofut rofUfie rofued > ed to dis discuss dlscu ¬
cuss cu the incident incidentChief 1 tCldentChler
Chief interest now centers in the trial trialof trialuf trialof
of Ethel Clare Leneve Had Crippen Crippenbeen Crippenbeen Crippenbeen
been acquitted the girl would have been beenfreed beenhuoo beenfreed
freed Tl The e news of Crippens C ppe ± ns convic coayielion conviction conviction ¬
tion fell almost as heavily upon her asupon as asupon IU IUupon
upon the doomed man manELKINS manELKINS manELKINS
ELKINS IMPROVES IMPROVESSPENDS IMPROVESSPENDS I ISPENDS
SPENDS GOOD NIGHT NIGHTELKINS NIGHTELKlSS NIGHTELl1tiS
ELKINS W Va Oct SoTho S The physi physiclaM phyatfamily physicians ¬
claM family and friends oC o Senator SenatorStQflfeoa SenatorSto
StQflfeoa Sto tea H Elklns Elkl believe this th mornIng momlnghe
he i ie Is much better betterIt be hatterIt ter terIt
It te Ii stated t 4 by b those at his Is home hometint hometIIat homethat
tint be to J eating nearly wearl everything everytbtagcVor e ewsnt j jtvJCnts
tvJCnts tvJCntsTFeVor wsnt
wsntcvor TFeVor cVor cvor teas practfcajiy dkMnpoareU d pearcd
J
i j I > JOHKSTONE HOXSEY J ARMSTRONG DREXEL DRBXELlAVIATION DREXELi DRbSELAVIATION
i j I AVIATION CQNTESTS THREATENED THREATENEDBY THREATENEDBY
t 1 BY HIGH WIND AT BELMONT PARK PARKi
I flaCLMONT IUGlAIO T PARK Oct 3 I WiUi awind a awind aI
wind wi Mawiag towtn wta twentyeight miles an anhe anbear
I he bear 4 Ur tr and increasing InereclD < < In velocity velodt the theprospects tbepro theprospects
prospects pro peota for the aviation contests here herei heretoday heretoday
i today looked 10 ked slim at 1 oclock oclockj oclockMoet
j i Most of e the rooming the contestants contestantsand eonte contestants4and tanta tantaI
I 4and and spectators were anxiously looking lookingat Iook Iookat
at the sky The Weather Zt eath eather Bureau how however hewever w wever ¬
ever held out no hope and if the avia aviators aviators aviators ¬
tors start it will greatly enhance the theexcitement theexcitement theexcitement
excitement of the days events eventsThe eventThe eventsThe
The hourly distance di tarne and altitude ltIt tests testsare t tare testaare
are the first on the program to be fol foli folOur tolCARDINAL fe > f fi
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CARDINAL GIBBONS GIBBONSI
I I I OEDICATES DEDICATESCHURCH DEDICATESCHURCHOur CHURCH CHURCHOur
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Our Lady of o Victory Edifice Edificeon
on Conduit onduit Road Scene of ofAuspicious ofAuspi ofAuspicious
Auspicious Auspi ious Ceremony CeremonyCardinal CeremonyCardinal CeremonyCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons this morning momi g dedtcatod dedi dedicated dedicated
cated the new ne Catholic church of OurLady Our OurLady
Lady of Victors at the intersection intersectionof
of the New Cut Cutaand and Conduit roads roadsAfter roadsAfter roadsAfter
After a procession around the ex exterior exerlor exterlor ¬
terior of the structure and the usual usualinvocations usualInvocatf usualInvocations
invocations Invocatf nsbv bv the cardinal solemn solemnhigh solemnhigh solemnhigh
high mass was as celebrated by Father Fatheril FatherM
il F ilngilng i paster of the new newchurch newchur newchurch
i church chur while the Rev Father Russell Russellpastor RussellPAstor
pastor of St Patricks Church deliv delivered delivered deilyered ¬
ered the sermon sermonUpon sennonI
I Upon the conclusion ef the dedication dedicationceremonies dedicationceremonies
ceremonies the cardinal save first holy Aolycommunion lIolycommunion holycommunion
communion to a number num1 > tsr of children childrenand childrenanti childrenand
I and conferred jpnnrmatiiii penhmmatitp nlirmatit1a upon a aclass acla aclass
class cla sor of a at8 ts and nd children childrenThe childrenI
I The new church is on a hill over overlooking oorI overlooking ¬
looking the lower reservoir and 1M the
I Potomac and is built of rough grant grantlarge nt ntlarge
q large portion o of which was taken
from the old Pennsylvania station It
I seats about aboutI 900
I
lowed by the dally Dy duration and fastest fastestnight ruttstht fastestflight
I night ht contests tf8Q and later Ia r by the th prelim preliminary preliminary ¬
inary heats for the grand speed drives drivesand drivesand
and grand attitude flight flightThe flightThe ht htc
The c aviators 1ators including John Job B Mois Moissant M0i8ant 3101 3101east
ant Claude GrabatneWbite Grabamr Wb4e and the theWrhrhts tftWrbh18 theWrkitta
Wrhrhts admitted that starts might be bemade bemHo bemade
made but added that the risk in Hy Hying ftsIn Oying ¬
ing In < < in the high h h wind was a matter matterto matt mattto matterto
to be seriously seriOWlI considered The smash smashing straaehing ¬
ing of a machine would rould in many oases OIWMSeprive oasesdeprive cacesDeprive
Deprive the owner of all chance of en eniterinc eateril1C eet
t iterinc teril1C events oL < < during urlnft the rest of tht thtFHDDI theFIREMEN
FIREMEN SAVE SIX SIICarried SIXIN SIXIN
IN m DELL1NG ELLlNG FIRE FIRECarried
Carried Down Ladders Ladders When WhenEscape WhenEscape
Escape Is Cut Off By ByBlazeEnveloped ByBlazeEnveloped B Y YBlazeEnveloped
BlazeEnveloped Stairs StairsTOI stairsTOLEDO StairsTOLEDO
TOI TOLEDO > EDO Ohio Oct 2 2xSe IS Stc persons pereorrswere personswere peI8OItSW
were W 1e rescued from the burning bul burntag frame framedwelling tnunedwetllng framedwelling
dwelling at SSft 2 Whitmore httmore street East EastToledo
Toledo early earl today Firemen carried carriedthem carriedthem carriedthem
them down ladders from the second secondstory eeeondstory secondstory
story window windowThe windowThe windowThe
The Are is believed to have been of
Incendiary origin originSECRETARY originSECRETARY originSECRETARY
SECRETARY MOSELEY MOSELEYCHANGES MOSELEYCHANGES MOSELEYCHANGES
CHANGES FOR BETTER BETTERFlward BETTERF BETTER1wt
Flward F 1wt lward r A olnme olnmeley Moeeley 1108ele ley secretary tfr ary of In
C
terstat e3 Commerce COInme tee Commission who whohas wh whohas
has ha been dangerously dan rou lv Ill for f < r the last lastthije lastthr t
thije thr a weeks at his tome ome ms 111 Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet SIxteenthstTPt Sixteenthstr
street str et was reported today to have havepasted havepassed
pasted the crisis and te much improved
I I His physicians lire re now confident ccnf ent of his hisrapid
I ranM rapid r recovery < ooverv
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meet and naturally few of the con conteataDb contestants
testants feel WtUing W IIIiDc to take such neh da a aeancr i idtallCl
chance chanceThe eancrThe i
The interest in the meet is gi crewtItC crewtItCad grewiagand owing owingand
and the big crowds crow which made raa their theirway theirway Ir
II IIway
way here all morning IDOrII I prosaic pedned ed a Bloch Blochlarc muchlarger
larger larc r attendance than the Lt1N I who whowhneoaed whowllueca i
whneoaed wllueca d tb the flights yeaterday yeaterdayThere seelerdayThere IterdaT I
Tb There < < e is tremendous interest Int a as II to the therelative tberelath therelative
relative mer lIM meie < t s of the machine of the theWrights tJMW theWfhts
Wrights W bt8 and > bow of Glenn Curtfcm C Curd and andthrongs aDdthroDp andthrongs
throngs of experts 4 > x hI pass the two twoContinued hangars hangarsContinued han m mContinued
Continued on Second Page Pagel pag pagCAPITAL PageCAPITAL
CAPITAL CAPITALSENT l PUGILIST PUGILISTSENT PUGl IST 1 1SENT
SENT TO HOSPITALGeorge HOSPITAL HOSPITALGeorge
George Sauer Unconscious UnconsciousAfter UnconsciousAfter UnconsciousAfter
After Bout With Frank FrankMann Franklvlann FrankMann
Mann In Baltimore BaltimoreBALTIMORE BaltiinoreBALTUIORE BaltimoreBALT1lIORE
BALTIMORE Md 141 Oct et at s 31As 31Asresult As a aniMalt tfce tfceremit
remit result of a aparria npaninc nt fl exltNtIdeaM exhibition at attYeatport
tYeatport Yi sstport M tport near Baitiuioce test lee nht nhtGeorge nlgbt nlgbtGeorge
George Sane Sa aged < < eighteen tee years ean of ofJ ofI o oLandon f fpNiy
angdon J D C te in the acekiefttof accident ward wardof wardof
of the Franklin Franklin Square Ho Hospital pItaI m is 1t aserious a aserious aou
I serious ou condition COftbti n suffering prlaei principally JKi elpaJly pNiy
from abdominal in injuries injuriesFrank InjuriesFrank uries uriesFrank
Frank Mann of o Washington ashiD ton was 118 die dieadversary dtea theae
adversary a ae ersary sary and ao < < the battle was a furious furiousone turicJuMORe
one It was attended by a large crowd crowdof t tof 1 I
of local I and Washington sports
After tht men had hammered each eechGth
other Gth r for some time Saver Sa er who had
been n getting gectigg ettl the he worst wOr of It al aU along
collapsed collapsedKeetoratives collapsedR coihpeedRestorativa4
Keetoratives R MoratlVeH were wt applied without ef e ¬
fect In aiarm aiar u some of the crowd took
the boy to the hospital ho plta1 He remained remainedunconscious remainedtt I
i tt unconscious + for hours hour but recovered reoore ted
i early earl oondItion this morning Physicians say his hl8con4lltfon hisoondItion
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dent Taft has spent In th the Ie Iet eepsat e CnpHnl CnpHnlce capitsis1
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of RiehmoneX Rlelimo aeret s ut ott i ni to church atdrek at 11 11deck Uekck
deck reujnins r < < t to the WhIte Whitehrmediatn Whit Tlsasr Tlsasrbnmediatol e ebaJDMiat
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building bu 4iDC The mayor will be a Watte WatteMoose WWtetoetPt WhkBowe e
I Moose gneet again tonight tonightMr toetPtI tonightMr
I Mr Geynor paid a short eborI caB today todayupon
I upon Secretary Secretar Norton ortOll at thetore the taste
I tore tix t1 offlces The mayors threat Is issuch in IIIII
II such weak k condition co cBdoD however bowe1 < er that be betalks betalka
talks but little littleColonel RuleColonel
II Colonel ftemphffl 1 emphm formerly formerl or o Charles CbarIeitoll Charleston
ton S C was a a guest 1IeIIt at the banquet banquettendered baaq1Mtt banquetendered t
tendered t by b President PrftII eet Taft to the n visit vtettIMC visitnog
II IMC mayor of Tokyo last evening eveningwas eDtllCo and aDdwas
was invited to accompany the Kxeeativ Kxeeativte r
te church tills U 14 nisrningAkboagb morning morningAUhongh Inc IncA1t
AUhongh A1t of a different ereAt party the theRldllDOnd
Richmond editor and aft the President havbeen have havebeen MY MYbeel e
been ckwv friends t The President P PtNr Pre1deiKtltererq ta tatherefore
therefore tNr host today to a arwy Demoerarie DemoerarierwuyoY DlhLI e ttc ttcNI7
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I talk over the m matter tter ter of judicial judicialpointments judidalI Judidatpoiutments
I pointments poIDt Rts with Mayor Gaynor t tafternoon tbIB tbIBafternoon tafternoon
afternoon afternoonltaror
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eached ractied Washington Va hIGgton v yesterday terday terda after afteruuun afterneon
noon and were W4 > fe met by Oapt Ca t Arab Arablutt Archibald Archibaldiutt Archibaldlitt i bsW
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Tarts courtesy te sendisjc a soecha emlaaesy em embassy eID1N ¬
bassy 1N y to the recent PanAmerican COB tenterhce
ference in Buenos Ayres the Argentine A Ar5 Ar5training 8BtIRe 8BtIRetralninc
training ship Preotdente Sarmi Sarmiloused Sarmiento Sarmientopaused SawleAtopaUHd
paused on its world tour to come t tWashington to toWashington toWs
Washington Ws Oft and entertain etlt rtaln the theaboard President Presidentaboard Pre8Ideataboard Pt + erddrnt
aboard the ship p The ship is now ridlug rid rWat
lug at anchor aa hor at the Navy YardArrangements Yard YardArrangements YanLArra
Arrangements Arra emeats have already been 1 eea per perfected perfected
fected for a 1 luncheon on the training tr trWp trItdq ai >
snip Wp next Tuesday Tue da afternoon at wh whthe which whichtlw
the President will be the jntsst Jue t of helloMembers honor ItenorMembers r
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have also been invited with a few fewprOllllnent fe fefl N
prominent fl ednent army arm and navy ofricialeAs officiate o < < ieIaJs ieIaJsAs Nht
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Fletes the commander will dispense dtapen dispensecheer e the tb tbcheer theehor
cheer and hospitality of his country countryAdmiral psnmtrAdmiral tr trAdmiral
Admiral Oarcla a sic1e who > Has tas been In this thiscountry thiscountry 131 131Country
country for several months m nths supervistoe sQelYiaInthe superv >
the construction coDStTu tlon of several severalfor battleshipc Mt Mttor
far the Arsenrtnte ent1 navy will in also alsothereto be bethere liethtre
there thereto to help ht > ID pay respect to the Pre prsot prsotdent I Icleat
cleat dt t end nd his party partyBefore partyBefore
Before the end of the week the tram traming trainlag
lag ship will Y llltt lift anchor and resume resumetrip its
trip arcnod a 1nd th the worldMAYOR world worldlVIAYOR
MAYOR OF TOKYO TOKYOSTARTS TOKYOARTS TOKYOSTARTS
STARTS ARTS BACK HOME HOMEYukis HOA1EYukls HOM HOMYukls E
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whose honor hOlt < < President and Mrs Taft Taftgftva Taft11v T TGave
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tle tI ttce it and ad the weather titer is aisM a afed aims perfeet per perfect ¬
fed for a hall came me thWbe thiw afternaan afternaanThe aftersThe
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chilly rh Jy but the sun D is shiotn shidrttt brightly brightlyThe brtf rtly rtlyTh tb tbThft
Th The eh choice ic of batteries au this other otherneon afibtrbotm
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Cabs and Oa ce Cooebe w s and Thomsw no f r r he heAthletics the theI
i I Athletics Athleticsj AthleticsPlank
j I Plank was second choice on tfc tfcAthletics the iIwAthletlal theAth
Athletics Ath kstica atrinic ri sad a whole lot of ofpeople f
i people who be were amJoni to so see th the tIwtbIMICil theAthletics
I i Athletics win the theall pennant and lot MB aeall MBpreference
all IJO home were He strong fhr Plank Plaakprel in inpreference
preference prel reDCe to Caonthc CaonthcTbe CeelaaTIue CeomaThe
The latter has had about I otn all the belt hMkone beltOIM ltaeicease
one man eoaM expect in a series tt ttthis Ilk IlkUa like likethis
this Ua He H has pitched and cI won two twothat t1IePBI twogpseo
gpseo PBI that ordinarily IT should have hstvebeen llayebMII haveboar
been toot t The scathing thought of ofthe eCtJte ofthe
the Americna League rooters ww that thathe tllatIa thathe
he has had something aooarthinaI Ia Iarten reserve reserveYetiv
rten arse be bea cIa cIa11M clocked i ba 1 1we
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that It wa was y yeo yeaterity stev lny Connie Mask Mnekhnc MaekBot Maskless
less not lost faith inSrmnk 1a Stnlak atehsngh atehsnghthat altbeghat altbl gb gbtllat
that fl flet at yonns 7 yowlg person p bOft has glees gt gtof no e s15aa ans ansof
of menomental taJ intellect so tar His Hisdrawback JIbIaek Malack
lack of experience has beer a adra sellers
drawback drawbackThe dra w1MMk w1MMkThe
The Cabs c and their fane were Weftwe a aasw asm asms
< s we have eM before and are aninS aretrig ssj jr jrins >
ins inS on three ensaes hi a row to nooare nooareaccounts square rare rareaccounts roe roeatcounta
accounts The moral effect effectsquare eet or of the thewinning diewtllJ
winning wtllJ lIC yesterday on the Cubs C1II was washard wa wabard s 1 1bard
bard to appreciate unless 111 yon QU talked talkedto talkMto
to them taae Mordecni Merdeea Brown was sic elevated eaet
rated t I at once into the thecIaaa tmrotiUns tmrotiUnsdnse
dnse and no man ever lived who was wasM waseoaAdeat
so M > conMent of repenttan as he was wnstoday wast
today todaySbouM t day daySboutd F
Should he pitch up to bin oM germ enrolthe germthe m mthe
the Athletics will be in n sad stage fir fyvso
so far both they and the Cabs cII nave naverelied base baserelied t trelied
relied solely ely upon pea biff blAI bang n arebAis ti s sand
and ad hitting the ball on the neee It Ithas ItlaM
has been entirely a series of hitters hittersto W 31sand els elsand
I and bitters ten and It IIdUJ IIdUJme to rearm
1 se mtil me end e et the chapter dIapMrOitk
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The victory 01 the c Cubs Jay Jaytile
cbarNd tile odds OR the ee merle eL lasiad 11II 11IIof
of 1 to M a aIMt tM c Cdts It is ttwr 1 1to 1to
to C and a surprisingly largo manner mannerof tttrrrrtuerof er eror
of Chicago fans is waiting waltm to take a achance achaaee
chance at this price priceScalpers priceScaI priceScalpers
Scalpers ScaI ni tickets today t0 a7 were e plentiful plentifulseaU plenUftSlbut
but It wu hard to tact mere than two twoIlCata twoseats
seats together All the big hotels MId hndall MIdsli hadall
all UM tickets t ts wanted The price to today toda to today ¬
day da was w Jio for a seat l One OnepaPer Chicago Chicagopaper Chlapropaper
paper paPer raised a mis mighty ity foes t tSMllptn shout the thescalping thescalping
scalping SMllptn but the national cocontteston cemmbdenmembers coconttestonmembersprofess 811 811profeM8
membersprofess members profeM8 ere to treat the matter matterifjhtly IDII matterghtty Ir Irbtl
ifjhtly btl They TI1t y say 8 H was impousibii i to tokeep toetP toKeep
keep etP the tickets out of the hands ofspeculators of ofspeculators ofI
speculators I and let it go at thatJACK that thatJACK thatJACK
JACK FROST COMING COMINGFOR COMINGFOR COMINGFOR
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY ONLYWeather ONLYWeather ONLYWeather
Weather Bureau Announces First FiestAppearance FilstAppearaACe FirstAppearance
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bv Y the United U States Stat Weather wuerTbi Bttrea BttreaThis
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Weather W flher Bureau the cool anan which wMefaItesan wMebI whichheran
I Itesan I n last evening eett will continue today todayand te4Iaynd
and and1Vatine nd throughout th t the forenoon orenooD tomerre tomerreWarmer t ti toatorreratine
i Warmer atine + s sthrntgbout weather attt8r will prevail pr m r tk tkafternoon lice
I afternoon and will probably mn r over overinto steerinto ee eeI
into tl the t next xt few r day dayMRS dalCIMRS days
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Garfield Hospital that Mrs sa StlntonWolf Simon SimonWolf
I Wolf W olt pf of JflS Je 413 13 Columbia Colual llL road had ral rallied 1Wl1IMd rallied ¬
1IMd lied from the iUnese UJDe i Hess a which for f several severaldays aoworaldars 1 1claYii
t days threatened tt neaten reatetlec her life lifeHer UfeI lifeHer
i Her ecovery Is 1 now looked for Mrs MrsWolf XraWolf
I Wolf 11 the wife of o Simon Wolf the thelawyer UteJaWM thelawyer
lawyer who was an intimate friend friendof frIeIIao iriettdof
of o Abraham Lincoln LincolnTAGGART LincolnI LincolnTAGGART
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timony in the eoortmartial of Major MajorElmore Kateri hfgIorElmore
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lor of conduct coed 7ct unbecominsrajt eaib aa a orieer lcer was wmstoday wastoday 9 9te4a7 > >
today = sent to t 4 Gen ea 7roff Pre veD veDr < < D Deo Qrwmt Qrwmtcommander
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