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ParllYCi Partly Cloudy Tomorrow Tonight o ightand and andTomorrow Qrhe a hiniton im LAST EDITION
I A DUMBER 6S6S Yesterdays Circulation 49046 W WdSHLNGTON AS GTON MO2SDAY EVENING OCTOBER 24 1910 Fourteen Pages PRICE O2 01E ONE E CENT
BOARD OF TRADE TRADEDELEGATES TRADENAMED
DELEGATES NAMED HIEDPresident NAMEDFOR NAMEDFORCONVENTIONS
FOR FORCONVENTIONS FORCONVENTIONSresident CONVENTION CONVENTIONPresident
President resident Harries Harr Picks PicksMembers PicksMembers PicksMembers
Members to Attend Meet Meetings 1 Meetings eet eetings ¬
ings of Organizations OrganizationsPLANNING OrganizationsPLANNJNG OrganizationsPLANNING
PLANNING FOR FORANNUAL FORANNUAL FORANNUAL
ANNUAL SESSION SESSIONTen SESSIONTen
Ten Directors to tQ Be BeElectedand BeElectedandThomas Elected and andThomas andThomas
Thomas C Noyes Alay Be BePresident BePresident B e ePresident
President PresidentDelegates PresidentDelepte5 PresidentDelegates
Delegates to three convention in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which the Washington Board of Trade Tradehas Tradehas lraclehas
has been invited to participate were werenamed werenamed
named today by b President George H HHarries HHarries HHarries
Harries HarriesFive HarriesFive HarriesFive I
Five members of the board were werenamed wel welnamed werenamed
named to attend the city eonre eommteekm eommteekmcongress eonunhteloncongretl leeion leeioneongreee
congress which is to be held at Galves Galveston Gt Gatveaton Ye 1
ton Tex November Sl 1 to 28 as fol follows tolows follaws ¬
lows ows John Joy Sdson Ed oll Frank P PLeetch PLeetch PLeetch
Leetch Albert M I Reed n i T Newcomb New Newcomb Newcomb
comb and B Stanley Simmons SimmonsThose SbftmollllTho S4mnIoaLThose
Those Tho e who are named to represent rcpre nt the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade at the annual meeting meetingof meetl meetlof
of the National atlonal Municipal League e < < Ue to be beheld
held at Buffalo November ovetR er 14 are John JohnB JohnB
B Bleman jr F L SMdons A A R RServen RServen RServen I
Serven R N Harper and ad George H
Chandiee ChandieeTo Chand168To
To attend a < < end the LakeetotheGulf Deep
Waterway convention General Harries
has named M L Welter Thomas ThomaSn W WSmith I
Smith Sn lh Albert Schulteta W A A H HChurch I
Church and Paul Dulany The be con convention 0011vcontlon convention ¬
vention is to be held in St Loui L Leula u No November November o ovember ¬
vember vemberInterest 25 25Interest f5Interest
Interest In Annual Meeting MeetingInterest MeetingInterest MeetingInterest
Interest in the annual meeting meettll < < of the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board oC 0 Trade which is it to be held at atthe atthe atthe
the Wlllard Hotel on Monday Monda evening
November 14 te I becoming becomlD < < general generalamong Jreneralamong generalamong
among members Assistant Secretary SecretaryWilliara Secretar1llim SecretaryWilliam
William llim M Shuster has ha prepared and andwill andwill
will send out this week formal notices noticesof noticesof noticesof I
of the meetingThe meeting meetingThe
The notice calls attention to the com ¬ I
ing election of director ten to be bechosen bechosen bechosen
chosen to n IIi < the vacancies which hieh will willoccur w1l1occur willoccur
occur by the retirement of those whose
terms tf > rms boar ex expire Ire this th year The rule of
the board require ret ulre that no director can
bt reetect re reelected t rl who hag served rved two MM snocessive MMcessive 0 0ce
cessive ce slve lerins enbai and nominations nnatiO n nations mbe mbeprated nuift w be beposted bepcsted
posted sk laaat a wprior wek prior to toof the tbodafce tbodafceof tJ dnte te teot
of elect election dn n nThe Jt JtThe tThe
The dkre dlcertots d tolS retiring Tetl this thisBrown t HIr are
Edm pIof II A ABrown t tBrown
Brown V 1 Cox E H Droop Ralph RalphV
V Lee A M I Lothrop Thomas Tho P
Moran 3 > lors n Clarence F Xorment Norl nt Thomas ThomasC Tboma8C
C Noyes and James F J Oyster O er The Theonly Theonly i
only on one who 1 Is not eligible gIble for re reelection reelection reelection
election to 2itr rtr Morgan ldorgaaI4oyes MorganXoyes I IIfoes
Xoyes Ifoes far Presidency PresMeueyAfter PreaiGencyAft PresidencyAfter
After Aft > r the annual election eJ tlon of directors directorsthe cHreetorathe directorsthe
the new board will elect the executive executiveofficers ex executiveofficers e eoCt1cen
officers to serve serv for the ensiling year yearIf 781I yearIf
If I the traditions Of the Board of Trade Tradeare Tradeare I Iare
are adhere adherel to namely in the election el4ectioftto electionto
to the th presidency of the man who 00 has hasJUBI hasjust hasjust
just served Mn as nrst vicepresident the thenext thenext thenext
next president pl8loj nt of the organization will willbe willbe willbe
be Thomas C Noyes and the next first nrstvicepreeMent tllstv1ccpretlt firstvicepreektent
vicepreeMent v1ccpretlt nt Arthur C CMoses CMosesAso Mvseo MvseoNo 08E 08ENo
Aso No other name than that of Mr MrNoyes MrNoyes dr drNo
No Noyes has been fI mentioned in connec connection connection connection ¬
tion tion with the presidency and his elec election election election ¬
tion seems ms a foregone fore foreReneconelwdon neCOnelu conclusion lon Mr MrNoyes
Xeyes has 11 long been ftA identified with Ilh that thatwing thatwf thatwino I
wing wf c of the Board PA > aJd of Trade which for forthe CorI Corthe forthe I
the past a four years ar5 hax h8 < been termed termedthe tenDedthe termedthe
the progressive progre sfve element elementA I IA
A meeting of the committee on mu municipal municipal ¬ 1 1niclpal
nicipal nuance ftn finance nce was called for to this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 430 oclock Colonel George GeorgeTruesdell GeoIC8True GeorgeTruesdell
Truesdell True dell is chairman of this commit committee comMittee committee ¬
tee which considers matters Uers pertaining pertainingto pertaiuilllto
to the financial relationship of the Gen General General General ¬
eral Government to the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
lumbia and also to the raising of rev revenues revenues revenues ¬
enues by taxation taxationN16W taxlLtlonBANDITS taxationBANDITS
BANDITS APOLOGIZE APOLOGIZETO
TO WOMAN VICTIM VICTIMN
N16W N W YORK Oct MTo Two masked maskedmen maskedl11en maskedmen
men entered the Linwood station of the theBrooklyn theErooklyn I
Erooklyn Rapid Transit Tn it L V in Eat EastNew I IXw
New York today in broad daylight and andvhtle andthile I
vhtle hUe one stood guard the other over overpowered overpowered ¬ I Ipowered
powered Mrs Stella Reidy the ticket ticketagent ticketagent
agent agentone 8 agentone ent entune
one took most of the I L tickets t etII in inone inone inone
one drawer and then gathered up t the > HS
24 2496 495 m In bills and change Pie apologtzM apologtzMto
to Mrs 118 ieMy and left her > 16 b in nickefc nickefcto nlckeiito nlcketto
to make change for passengers passengersWEATHER passengersFATHER nger ngerWEATHER
WEATHER FATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The lowest temperatures of the pres present preslnt present ¬
ent season fOn occurred Sunday Sunda morning morningin
in the Middle States and this morning morningin morning morningin
in th the > Ohio valley the Appalachian Appalachianmountain AppalachianmountalR Appalachianmountain
mountain region and middle Atlantic Atlanticsections Atlantic8tcUon Atlanticsections
sections Frosts were almost general generalthis xener generalthis 1 1this
this morning mornln in the latter sections eetlo but butIn butIn butin
In the Middle tldd e States where frosts fro ts were werereported werereportfi werereported
reported Sunday morning the tempera temperature temperaturE temperature ¬
ture has risen risenPartly risenPartly risenPartly
Partly overcast weather Is indicated indicatedfor ItH1teatedtor indicatedfor
for the Northern States east of the Mism Mis Mississippi MIsplA ¬
m sissippi plA tppi and fair weather for the Southern South Southern SOuthTn ¬
ern Tn States StatesFrosts StatesTro StatesFrosts
Frosts Tro ts will occur tonight in n New Ne Eng Sagland England England
land but in other Eastern sections ectlon ectlonwell as aswell aswell
well a in the Ohio valley y and lower lowerLake lowerL lowerLake
Lake L ke region the temperature perture will rise riseFORECAST r1 riseFORECAST e eFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTCloudy DISTRICTCloudy DISTRICTCloudy
Cloudy tonight tonl bt and Tuesday Tuada rising risentemperature rlI1nctem risingtemperature
temperature tem rature light t westerly e terly shifting shiftingto
to southerly winds winchTEMPERATURE windsTEMPERATURE wtIMJTEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREiiii
12 30 11 8 9 1 2 a a a a p p noon na m nt n rn re n iiii 1 1 t ii f f i iSm la W WSUN P PSUN 44 441r 41 41 4i
SUN TABLE TABLESun TABLBSun TALESun
Sun rise tw rises 118 118Sun f 18 18Sun ESun
Sun set sets 1i 111 111TIDZ M MTIDB I ITIDBTAaLE
TIDB TIDBTAaLE TIDBTAaLEToda7BSstt TABLETada TABLE TABLEp
Toda7BSstt Tada r nigh tth 11 1111 a 1II as d 1 1pm 14f 14fp
p pm m Law Lo Letstkh tid i a n m an aM 1 1oiyawr iW pm pmTomorrewa m mTemorrewII
Tomorrewa oiyawr Hh ttta di 1 P a m mm tray tLA4I ad
145 p m Low tide tW StM St a a m and andBlo and816Po iSlii iSliipm
Po pm In Inr
r
DISCOVERER PEARY PEARYAN PEAR PEARAN
AN ENGINEER AGAIN AGAINOrder AGAINOrder
Order Returning Axis Finder FinderBack FindeBack FinderBack
Back to Active Duties DutiesExpected DutiesExpected DutiesExpected
Expected Today TodayCENTURIES TodayCENTURIES TodayCENTURIES
CENTURIES LATE AT ATPOLE ATPOLE ATPOLE
POLE SAYS REPORT REPORTBritish REPORTBritish REPORTBritish
British Marine Record Says a Friar FriarFound FriarFound FriarFound
Found Top of World Worldin Worldin VorJdin
in 1360 1360Capt 1360Caltt 1360Capt
Capt Robert S E Peary North Polo Poledis Polodl PolodIseoverer
dl dIseoverer dis eMoer ov rer will return r trn to active duty uty as asan asan asan
an engineer e gbteer hi n the navy navjvHis navyHis navyHis
His period of lov leave extending over five fiveyears liveyears heYe41rs
years has expired and the order direct directing directInghim directing ¬
ing Inghim him to proceed Jr ed to a post po t of duty was wasexpected wuexpeeted wasexpected
expected this afternoon afternoonSome afternoonSome afternoonSome
Some of Peerys friends thought the thedepartment thedt thedepartment
department dt > prtment would not Insist lnal t upon the theexplorers theexplorers theexplorers
explorers return to the active service senicebut servicebubthat I Ibulthat
but bulthat > that he would be given all the tfmo tfmohe tlmtl tlmtlhe Umehe
he wanted to prepare his record of the thedaeh thtdash thedash
dash for the Pole and to deliver his hislectures hislectures hislectures
lectures throughout the country countryMay countryMay
May Report At Once OnceFrom OnceFrom OnceFrom
From what could Id be gathered at the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy Department today however bo ever It Itseems Itm itseems
seems m that the department will order orderCaptain
I Captain Peary to report at once for forduty tordut forduty
duty dut Just where he will 11I be sent couldnot couldnot could couldnot
not be learned learnedCoincidental leamedColncld learnedCoincidental
Coincidental Colncld ntal with the expiration of
Captain Pearys Pea leave navy officials
found in an old British BrltJ h marina record a afiatement astatement
statement that the North Pole had h d been n
discovered dl coverecl in 1360 It is s known as New
Naval History of Complete View of th
British BrlU B Marine published in 1767 and andit andIt andsays
it says 8aY
The First Discovery DiscoveryIn I
In the year 13GO it is 1 recorded that a afriar afriar afriar
friar of Oxford called Nicholas Je JeLinna JaLinDa JoLinna
Linna of Lynn being ing a good GOd astrono astronomer a astronomer trono tronomer ¬
mer went in company with others to tothe totbe tothe
the most northern island and an thence thencetraveled th8 thesestraveled ee eetraveled
traveled alone and that he went to the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Pole by means of his skill iu iumagic II IImagie itmagic
magic or the blackart but this magic magicor
or blackart bla kart may probably have h ve b been beennothing en ennothing ennothing
nothing more than a knowledge of the themagnetic themagnetic themagnetic
magnetic needle n le or compass found out outabout outabout outabout
about sixty years before ore though not notin notIn notIn
in common use u e until many mlln years y rs afterJOYOUS after afterv afterFather arterJOYOUS
JOYOUS WELCOME WELCOMEAWAITS WELCOMEAWAITS
AWAITS VICTORS VICTORSI VIBTORStFather
v tFather
I
I
i Father F the Penn Prepares Rous Rousing Rousing Rousing ¬
ing Reception Jor New NewWorlds N NewWorlds ev evYorIds
Worlds Champions ChampionsPHILADELPHIA ChampionsPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Oct 24 4Wlth With thewhole the thewhote
i whole city rocked in joyous celebration celebrationover celebrationoer celebrationover I
over the home coming OOIIII of the all allconquering allooaouering I Ifuerioc
conquering Athletics Father Penn is slatedto slated slatedU i ito
U to > do a regular twostep on his high highpedestal highpedestal I IpedetJtal
pedestal In city hall tower as the hands handson handson I Ion
on the great eat dock point to the hour of ofli
5 tills tbl afternoon afternoonConnie a1ter afternoonConnie oon oonConnlt I
Connie Mack and hit twentythree twentythreepremier tm twentythreepremier tble1
I premier ball players who ho are bringing bringingback bringingback I Iback
back from the Windy Indy City the worlds worldsbaseball worldsbaseball
baseball championship will be given an anovation anovation I
ovation the like of which has never neverbeen neverbeen
i been b en seen in the staid Quaker City CityThe CItyThe CityThe
The fanfare of trumpets tru ets the blare of ofbrass ofbra ofbrass
brass bra s bands and the shouts of thous thousands lhouland8 thousands ¬
ands of frenzied 1r d6d fans will mark the thearrival th tharrival thearrival
arrival of the world beaters All the thenervous th thnervous thenervous
nervous tension of the last seven days dayswill dayswill dayswill
will reach its climax and the fans fanswill fanswill
will 111 own Philadelphia for the next nexttwentyfour nexttwentyCour nexttwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursTwo hoursi hoursTwo
i Two Immense pennants bearing the in inscription InSirlpUon inscription ¬
scription Welcome Athletics will wUlbbze willblaze willblaze
blaze forth from the north and south southarchways southarchays southarchways
archways of city hall AH the bells bellsand bellsa1c1 bellsad
and whistles in the city will 111 let loose looseand Jootteand looseand
and there wii be noise such as asnever was wasnever wasnever
never heard at any New Year celebra celebration ceJebnitlon celebrat ¬
tion t ion
tionHurrying
Hurrying back to the city Mayor Rey Reyliurn Re Re1urn Reyburn
burn shortly after noon went into conference con conference confere ¬
ference fere e with the city officials relative relativehad relativeto
to yome tO official recognition or the home homecornl homecoming
cornl coming oC the chfJplOfUl By wire irQ he hehad hehad
had promised proml ed that Connie and his crew orewwere crewWere crewwere
were to be welcomed by the city soloiis soloiisand 8010uslnd soiormsand
and tend lfId a reception rt > ceptlon in city cil halL halLThe h hallThe IL ILThe
The city officials will 11I participate in th thparade thJNiradt the theparade
parade > which will be feature of the thecelebration theI thecelebration
celebration celebrationTROOPS celebrationi I bratlon bratlonTROOPS
i
i TROOPS CALLED OUT OUTIN OUTIN OUTIN
IN cram cramArmy CHOLERA CITY CITYArmy CITYArmy
Army Quells Riots Following FollowingAttempt FolI FollowingAttempt wing wingAttempt
Attempt to Fumigate FumigateCathedral FumigateCathedral FumigateCathedral
Cathedral CathedralBARI
BARI Italy Oct 3L 3tTroops Troops have havebeen
Jbeen I beeR called eut to quell qu rioting 80t 80treauJUftg atBiseegll t tBtaeagn
Btaeagn resulting fr from m the efforts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the public puiJIe health authorrtlo authorht6f to take takeprecautionary takepreeftutioftary takeprecautionary
precautionary measures against the thespread thespread
I spread of of cholera choleraAs eboleraAs choleraAs
As the health officers began be an fumigat fumgstIng fumigating fumlgctling ¬
ling ing the cathedral and other public build buildIngs builellD buildlags
lags lD < < s a mob of men and women attacked attackedthem attackedthem
I them themThe themThe themThe
The municipal guard was ordered to
1 Are into the air but when ben the volley volleywas volevwas volleywas
was tired Jlrf < Cl one man fell dead A woman womanwas womCn womCnt womenwas
was t struck by b a stone and seriously seriouslyi serIouslywounded seriouslywounded
i wounded Scores were hurt in a hand handtohand h handtohand nd ndtohand
tohand battle that followed and the theiguards theI theguards
guards I ds were driven back backMore backMore beckMore
More soldiers Idlers were summoned and the thestreets thestreets
streets were patrolled trolled today toda and all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the health officers accompanied by an anarmed anan anarmed
armed an ecl guard guar on their inspection tours toursThe toursThe toursThe
The populace was enraged by an order or order 01f ¬
der oc forbidding forblddl the aal sale 14 of liah which ich is isthe Isthe Isthe
f the chief feed supply of the Biscegll BI5Ceglireslon Bisgegliregion
region w
I Airmen irmen Prominent rominen at a World or Gathering o of A Aviators iat rs a at Second eC on International International Meet MeetAN I IAN
AN INTERNATIONAL GROUP GROUPFrom AVIATOR LE ELANC ELAIYCFroth ELANCWho ELANCFrom
From Left to Right RightCount Count de Lesseps of France Glenn Curtiss of America and d Hubert Latham of France I Who Threatens to Disrupt M Meet eL
j
I
i
J C TURPIN TURPINExpected TURPINExpected
Expected to Wii Honors At Belmont BeimontPark BelmODtPark Belmontspark J
Park sparkWATCHMAN ParkRefuses ParkWATGH
WATGH WATCHMAN AN CHECKS GHECKSEDUGnlnN CHECKSIiONS0MRnli
EDUGnlnN IiONS0MRnli IiONS0MRnliRefuses J ARCH ARCHJ ARCHRefusoo
Refuses at First TO Open OpenDoors OpenDoors I IDoors
Doors of New John JohnEaton JohnEaton JohnEaton
Eaton School SchoolOwing SchoolOwing
11 11Owt
Owing Owt to a watchmans misoonstrue mboonlttMICtion mieoonstreeties 1 1Uon
ties of his hJ instructions the entire eattremaehinery entiremachinery J Jmachinery
machinery oC the Board > > oaJd of Education Educationwas Educationwas i iwas
was interrupted this morning momin < < for a aperiod aperiod
period of ° half an hour hourNot hottrNot hourNot I
Not until Commissioner Comml looer Judeon J1Id on was wascalled wa wacaUed wascalled
called upon pon was the tangle straightened adratghtenedBright 6alghtened1 6alghtened1Brtgjlt j jBright
Bright and early lie pupils and fourj fourjteaqhors four fourteaghers I Itq
teaqhors tq started for t the e new Baton BatonSchool EatORf EatORfSchool EatonSchool
School in Cleveland Park which hlch ac according according ¬
cording to program pro am was to open n its itsdoors ItadOOrs itsdoors
doors today to Y for the first time timeBut timeBut timeBut
But at the door their progress pregre was in interrupted Int IntQrrupted ¬
terrupted t rupted by the watchman who had hadnot I InOt Inot
not been beenlnfonned informed that school was to tobegin tobegin I
begin today t da3 His instructions from the theboss tMGeorge thebees
boss George Wyne the contractor wore worethat worethat worethat
that no Do i o one was U to be admitted admittedPleading admlt admittedPleading < < ML MLP1eading
Pleading la Vain VainArguments VaiDArguments VainArguments
Arguments and pleadings were of noavail no noavail BOa
avail a all He was there to obey orders ordersFinally ordersFlnaJlY ordersFinally
Finally Miss MI Josephine J phk1e Burke the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal called up B W P Murch su supervising superlsin supervising ¬
pervising principal prln lpaJ who in turn turncommunicated turncommunlcLted turncommunicated
communicated with Superintendent AL ALT A AT AT
T Stuart who ho called Commissioner CommissionerJudson CommlulonerJUdaOR CommissionerJudson
Judson on the telephone t lephone and urged urgedhim urgedhim urgedhim
him to use his influence with the thewatchman thewatchmlLn thewatchman
watchman who was impeding the theprogress thepro theprogress
progress pro rfSS of education educationCommissioner educationCommls educationCommissioner
Commissioner Commls loner Judson sent out a ahurry ahurry ahurry
hurry call for Municipal unlc al Architect ArchitectAshford ArchitectAshforc1 ArchitectAshford
Ashford to locate Mr Wyne the con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor Mr Wyne could not be foundbut found foundbut foundbut
but the Municipal Architect got ot into intocommunication Intocommunication intocommunication
communication with a foreman who whoto whoto whoto
to use U 6 his own expression exprell lon was buffaloed buffa buffaloed buaaloed ¬
loed into letting the gang gangThe in inThe InI
The incident was explained by Mr MrWvne MrI MrWvne
I Wvne who later railed at the Dis District DI DItrict Distract ¬
I
trict building to offer apologixea apologixeaTo apoIo < < se seTo
To Award Prize PrizeThe PrizeThe PrizesThe
The inspection of the exhibits and andtheses andth ariltheses
theses th > s prepared by pupils of Business BusinessHigh Busht66H BusinessHI
High H HI ih h School competing com I t for the Gait GaitGeography GaltGeozraphy GaitGeoiraidty
Geography Prise were inspected l llp ct8 this thfeafternoon thiBatprDOor thisafternoon
afternoon by members of the commit committee
tee 00 on awards awardsThe awardSThe awardsThe
The Gait prize consists c of a yearly yearlyaward yearlyaward
award of 50 80 to the two best exhibits eWbltsand exhibitsand
and theses prei prepared > ared on some specialtopic special Fpt I Itop
topic top of o commercial geography ph > Thgtwo Thg Th I
two pupils who rank highest hkhe t in geog geography aeostAJhy geography ¬
raphy are chosen at the end of the theChOClyear theschool j jschool
school ChOClyear year to prepare > > the exhibits exhibitsThis exhibitsThIs exhibitsThis
This is done during drln the summer and a amonth amonth a amonth
month after the opening of school scho l the thework thework
work Is It inspected by x a committee head headcd be heedcd d dc
cd c i yv V > Mrs lrs E S Alussey chairman cha1m to n of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the board of education committee on onawards onawards i inwslf1s
awards awardsThe awardsThe i iTb
The Tb > exhibits this year were prepared preparedbv prep rcd rcdbv
bv Leon F Cooper who chose Weeds Weedsas V 8 8ac
as ac the subject of his hl study and by byClifford byCJlffom byClifford
Clifford Hine IIl who has ha prepared an ex Oxon exhibition exbl ¬
hibti hibtiTo hibition bl ltion on of silk ik manufacture manufactureTo i
To the owner of the better of the two twoexhibits tOexhlbitg twoexhibits
exhibits will be given hen 30 and to the theother theother
other pupil 3yt 30 The awards willmade will the be bemade bemade
made tomorrow tomorrowBLUEFIELDS tomorrlwBLUEFIELDS tomorrowBLUEFIELDS
BLUEFIELDS SAFE SAFEIN SAFEIN SAFEIN
IN HAVANA PORT PORTHAVANA PORTHA PORTHAVANA
HAVANA HA V ANA Oct 34 24The The steamer Blue Blueftelds Bluefields Bluefields
fields arrived here today eight e flfht days daysoverdue da1Sov daysoverdue
overdue ov rdue after being given up for Co lost tostwith lostwith I Iwith
with her crow of twentyeight and twen twenty twoat ¬
t ty y passengers pa passengersLe sens sense i iHie
Hie Le e was as blown off 01 her course by b the thew thesouthern I I1tIOUthern
southern > w > uthern hurricane hur and after Ugh lhghthng lhghthngIt chUng chUngIt ting tingIt
It for four days 41 turned toward thl this port portShe poltShe portShe
She will leave for New NewOrleeM Orleans tomor tomorrow tontOrrow tomorrow ¬
row She was bound for New Orleans Orleansfrom Orleanfrom Orleansfrom
from South American ports when whencaught whencaught whencaught
caught In the storm
PREPARING FOR FLIGHTS FLIGHTSMechanicians FLIGHTSMechanicians
1
Mechanicians Bringing Aeroplane Upon Belmont Park Field FieldAVIATORS FieldAVIATORS FieI FieIAVIATORS
AVIATORS REVOLT GROWS GROWSMEET GROWSMEET GROWSMEET
MEET MANAGERS lV BLAMED BLAMEDClaude BLAMEDg BLAMEDClaudee
Claude g aud G aahameWh J mg m hiit eFand afnd il1ld John l < < h B Moissnt Mai nt Join Jotupt Prqr Prqrtest P o otest < i itest
test Against Administration at Bejhient B bt 1iir nfPark nt Park = Le LeBlnnc LeBlnncLeads Blanc BlancLeads BlancLeads <
Leads Rebellion RebellionWright Wright Racer R er Proves es Success Su cess
INTERNATIONAL INTER A TIONAL AVIATIOK AVIATIOKT1WJD AVIATIOKJII1iIL AVIATIONiL
T1WJD JII1iIL L LD BBLMONT BEMO r PAJUC X Y Oofe OofeMCla O O1Clan ot otce
MCla 1Clan ce d Qnahnsne o Oeahali WMto w hits the Engnsfc Engnsfcaviator ED EDaviator EngI1 EngI1aviator
aviator joined the French and AJner1eaar Americanbadmen American Americanbtrdmen
btrdmen nore here today r M ill a threats JIr ts of a astrike aute astrWeif
strike strWeif If the the present re snt condition continue contmueThe continuel1K continuehe
The he Engltohnan Ene Englishman was bk bUgr or 5 i his 1 erit eriticiaitL eritetem erit5eism
5eismJ iciaitL iciaitLX etemJ
X J B Moissaat the daring America AMMricaabacked A Americabacked JIMIrieaa JIMIrieaaMekeel
backed Ida up saying sayingI yi g
I have not had much rmek experience te teavtion iRaUon inaiiation
avtion and with aviation avtat m meets etB Once OnceI
I flew from Paris to London with a pas passenger PdMftSer passenger ¬
senger doing that on mr own hook In InFrance IAFrnee InFrance
France I received courteous courteo treatment treatmentin
in every ev meet m t at which I appeared appearedIn
In this connection J I want to say y as asn asan asan
an n American Americanand and proud pr ad of It itthat that this thismeet thismHt thismeet
meet te S being be poorly pood managed either eitherthrough ettMrthrough eitherthrough
through incompetence or iIOJnI sommhimg onK hing eta etaTake else eI8eTake elseTake
Take yesterday tenJ as an instiiace Toe Toewind T Thewind e ew1nd
wind was blowing blowt very strong but hutat ever everat everat
at the sheds we did not feel it so much muchbecause muchbecause
because becau e its force was broken by the thesheds theahed8 thesheds I
sheds A crowd was present Pr nt impatient impatientCALL ImpUentSUPREME impatientSUPREME
SUPREME JUSTICES JUSTICESGALL JUSTIGESCALL
CALL ON PRESIDENT PRESIDENTMembers PRESIDENTi PRESIDENTiMembers PRESIDENTMembers
Members of Highest T Tribunal TribunalVisit TribunalVisit
Visit Taft tat at White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse YhiteIiouse
House HouseThe IiouseThe HouseThe
The members of the Supreme Court Courtin Co Courtin rt rtin
in a body bod paid their annual call of ofrespect orrespect ofrespect
respect upon the President this m morning morningat morning morningat rnlng rnlngat
at 1 M + oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockhie
The The Justices ju tloe of the highest hl h t tribunal tribunalwere tribY1II1were tribunalwere
were received in the Blue Room of 6 the theWhite theI theWhite
I White House Hou e the recption being an anentirely anentlrely anentirely
entirely informal one Attorney Gen General Gener1 General ¬
eral Wickersham wa was present and as assisted asslated I Islstod ¬
slated President Taft in greeting the themembers themembers themembers
members of the court who were re headed headedin hea4ledIn headedin
in order of their precedence by Acting
Chief Justice Harlan HarlanHeretofore HarlanHeretoCore HarlanHeretofore
Heretofore it has been customary customal for forthe torthe forthe
the President to receive the members membersof membersof
of the court at the Executive offices officesThis officesThis officesThis
This morning however the scene of the theannual tb tbannual theannual
annual reception was shifted to the theWhite thebite theWhite
White bite House proper and the members membersof
of the court drove their carriages under underthe underthe underthe
the north portico and were admitted in inthe intbe inthe
the historic Blue Room RoomThe RoomThe RoomThe
The reception lasted for about twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes during which there were weremutual
i mutual expressions of good will on the thepart titepart thepart
part of the Executive Exec Uve and the distinguished distin distinguished ellatingulshed ¬
guished jurists juristsCOLONEL juristsCOLONEL juristsCOLONEL
COLONEL MAY SPEAK SPEAKIN SPEAKIN SPEAKIN
IN BREWERY HALL HALLNEW H HALLNEW LL LLNEW
NEW YORK Oct 34 24Becausc Because Miss MissFled Mls MlsFied MicaPied
Fled and flbraham Abraham Zaks refuse to post postpon postpone postpone
pon pone their wedding scheduled for Oc October Oct Octobor ¬
t tober 29 > > Col Colt Theodore Roosevelt if he bekeeps hekeeps hekeeps
keeps his engagement to speak in the theBrownsville theBrownsvllle theBrownsville
Brownsville section of Brooklyn on that thatnight thatnltht thatnight
night will have to speak in a brewery breweryThe brewer brewerThe breweryThe
The only public hall in that section has liasbeen 11 11been hasborn
been engaged for the wedding and re reception reception reception ¬
ception and the bride and groom to be bepositively beJ bepositively
positively J SitleJ refuse to give way fIY to the theRoosevelt theRoosevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt meeting meetln
for some fan Most Mo t of the tilewouIdt aviators aviatorswooMnTt aviatorswouddWt
wooMnTt tak take a chance c aDee with the i e wind windthey wWtMy windthey
they they felt around d the hangars although althoughthev altlIo sithougkthey k kdid
they did not JIG realise what its felt 1IU force forcewas tercewas forcewas
wasr was wasThen
Then r the mean part rt of f the t e affair affairhapnenod a1lkA ailairhappesed
hapnenod A certain committee in inchmrsye IReMne ischarue
chmrsye of e the flight had the announce announcement anDGDCmeat artuotroce artuotrocemeet ¬
meat made made that the wind was w Mowing Mowingonly blowingsell
only at the rate of Mxteeh miles an anhouK anhours II IIhoua
hours When W one of Jay y assistants told toldme toWme toldme
me this I sW Id Fume that l t iwt t a hard hardwind hardwind
wind to buck buckSo
z zSo
So I had tut 4 my plane e retted out at the thehangar OMMOIiar thehangar
hangar A AM soon as It got out where wherethe wItereUte wherethe
the wind could hit it the machine was wasturned wasQInMd wasturned
turned completely cempI telY over and wrecked wreakedNow wreckedNo wreckedNow
Now No I knew rM by esperiaees s eri rtIIttIDs ants that It Kwould Itwoukt Itwould
would takes > a at forty fortymile mne Inlle gate gal to towrB towrBpIDe turnmy turn turnannouncement
my plane over 80 y yea eA can Me what Ute UteaRftOn theannouncement
announcement aRftOn that the wind was bto btotnc blow blowlac blowInc
Inc fJCn atz x > n miles an h4ur meant meantwas I IVMII Iwas
was tricked trickedA
A nt na wt r the foreign aviators against againstContinued aga1D8tConttnued againstContinued
Continued on Page Eleven ElevenFOREST ElevenFOREST ElevenFOREST
FOREST FIRESTOLL FIRESTOLLFirst FIRES TOLL TOLLPLACED TOLLPLACED15OOOOO
PLACED PLACED15OOOOO PLACED15OOOOOFirst 15OO OOO OOOFirst
First Official Estimate Puts PutsLoss PutsLoss PutsLoss
Loss at Six Billion Feet Feetof Feetof
of Lumber LumberIn
In the first official estimate of thetimber the thetimber
timber Josses through the big Ares of ofAugust 1 1August ofAugust
August issued today the Forestry Bu Buroan Ba Bareen Bureen
reen places the amount at between 1 1and 1nd 1and
and nd 2 per cent of the total totalBtand stand of na national netional ¬
tional forest timber timberThe tbnberThe timberThe
The burned buln area represents a loss 10 s or6iQ000 or ofSGOaOOt000 oriW8OOi
SGOaOOt000 iW8OOi QO feet of lumber or approxi approximately approllImately ¬
mately tt5OM000 1500100 The tract Is estimated estimatedto
to contain not less than lS500 150ooe acres acresWhile acresWhile
While this te I s the rough estimate of ofthe of11le ofthe
the bureau the exact extent of UM thecannot th thdamage
damage cannot be ascertained until thetract the thetract
tract Baa lias as been surveyed 8Urv ed and a detailed detailedreport detailedreport detailedreport
report made Surveyors have already alreadybeen alreadybeen alreadybeen
been dispatched to the region of o thefire the thefire
fire and will commence commence this work at atForester atForester atonce
once onceForester
Forester Forester Graves today held out the thehope thehope
hope that in the burned tract patches patchesof p tch9S tch9Sor
of living timber will 111 be found which whichW1Jl whichwill
will serve as a basis for reforestationAltogether reforestation reforestationAltogether reforeetat1onA1
Altogether A1 ether the destroyed timber rep represents represents represents ¬
resents twelve years supply suppl This This Isenough is isenough 18enough
enough to keep all the lumber l mber mills of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country count busy two months monthsIt montbsIt monthsIt
It is announced that the killed timber timberleft timberleft timberleft
left standing will be sold at reduced reducedprices reducedprlc reducedpxIces
prices prlc thus offering ofrt > r1ng a a big bargain to tolumbermen tolumbermen tolumbermen
lumbermen lumbermenSTREET lumbermenSTREET
STREET CAR VICTIM VICTIMIS
IS MUCH IMPROVED IMPROVEDIt
i
It was stated at the Casualty Casualt Hospitaltoday Hospital Hospitaltoday Hospitaltoday
today that the condition of of Charles CharlesGladman CharlesGladman CharlesGiamaa
Gladman of 446 R street northwest northwestwho northwestwho
who was struck by a trolley car lastnight last lastnight lastnlgbt
night is much improved improvedIt
It was reported at first that his skuH skuHwas skullwas
was fractured but the physicians at atthe atthe atthe
the hospital b tal have found that this is not notthe notthe notthe
the case Mr Gladman is expected ected ta tabe t8be tobe
be out of otthe the hospital within a few fewdays fewdas fewdays
days
JOHlf B MOISSAKT MOISSAKTAmerican JiOISSANTAmerican MOISSA T TAmerican
American Aviator Who Flew FlewParis Prm FremParis PrmParis
Paris to London LondonTIN Ll14101lNOTE LondonNOTE
NOTE IN TIN BOX BOXDirections BOXHINTS BOXMUaULFI
HINTS At MUaQER MUaULFILr
Lr
Directions Directic s Also Given to Locate Lo Locate ¬
cate Buried 5000 5000in 5000in
in GoldGs Gold
G Gs is JIQ heuse Is tM ceIIar cellarto tile tileYW theright
right YW will SlId a nodtabs aIM k kffMUteet kdig
dig ffMUteet fear Meet and yo 70tI t wiM ad ud a box boacontaimtwmr boxcontatnmsr H3conta
contatnmsr conta JM 1Oi > in gold goldTo goldTo Id IdTo
To the finder nd r of die as nofe my skein skeleton skeintour eIe eIeteNt ¬
ton you vigil f8I M find in UM Ayes Ply I Dr DrHam DrHammad > r rHaatmonQ
HaatmonQ Ham Sbenmut street streetTIlts Atlanta AtlantaOa
Oa OaThis
This war th the aote which created ex oxdtement excitement exe1te1nea ¬
citement lArthe the home tome of Howard Dunn DunnHeights DuaaIl
Il hoe eC twelve why Uses Ifi ta c cH Congress CongressHeights
Heights H 3 Std < rtL for Howard found a tinbox tm tmbox tIabox
box last a8 night on the Virginia V snore snoreof JIbor JIborof whore whoreof
of the Potomac Pot and Wed that it had bndscratched hadaeratehed aadJtCrt
scratched JtCrt < h6d ox k Xot N Note < < Incsne IneldeDuna Incsnein IIIIideDIma
DIma aJ and d 1 friend had been ha ha1ft bathing bathinghi
in the river ri and ass s they ifceyI emerged emerJ8dD emergedDunes
Dunes I D > ans ansthe nltsWe toe struck something ta lard 811 811tbe onthe
the snore Mere MereHG shoreGee
HG Gee said be whats wllat thief tiliaTSt thiaTSteoging
Stooping St OtdA down h he picked u up a small smalljapanned all alljapllBaect
japanned tin box with the black top tO tOsUjbU topslightly
i slightly scratched and A4 the haitdie a bit bitrusty Wtrust bitrusty
rusty rust RandUa Handling it with care far hewas he hewas h has
was as half afraid fra1d that It might HCO HCOoft go gooft goor
oft he looked it over with a arnicaeye critical criticaleye rlUea1eye
eye and wotdered what vast secret itcontained it iti ItcOIltala
i containedSpeculate contained containedSpeculate cOIltala
Speculate As te Contents CeeteatnMOh Ceet Contents0hmaybe < < mtJI mtJIOhDUlybe
MOh OhDUlybe maybe its a murderers gun gunwhispered p1Inwbispertd gunwhispered
whispered his companion in a awe awestruck awestruck we westruck
struck voice yoiC < e or a mans s head hddJSilly hd hdStlltt headSillyIt
Silly Stlltt it aln alai t big enougi for that thatremarked thatremarked thatremarked
remarked Howard Howard in a iof iotty ty tone tomebut tonebut tOIMbut
but look looktheres theres some e writing wrtUn in it itIt it itIt itIt
It says ys Note te inside iUi e I wonder what whatkind whatkind
kind of a note it Is IsConsidering i iCunderi IsCensidedag
I
Considering Cunderi for a moment he ar arrived art ¬
t rived at the conclusion that the theeasiest theI
I easiest 81est way wa to find out what the note notewas Jlotewas notewas
was about was to open the box Su Suthe Sothe
I the pair tried to break It ope open on a anearby anearby
I nearby Jlearb rock but without witboutI swefeoss ma ohees
I they merely succeeded au In denting tI th thbottom the theI thebottom
I bottom of the box boxi boxWeU boxWell
i Well take it home to mother otDer and andlet aJMIJet andlet
let her we th tM can opener opeDer on K re remarke41 remarked
1 marked Howard with the assurance asvuranceo
o ftwelve years and the calm coed confidence eoaJIdence coeddeuce ¬
dence of oran an Old Sleuth SleuthSo SleuthSo SleuthSo
So home to mother and the t e can Of openerthe opener openerthe eJIer eJIerthe
the box went and in a moment it was wasopened wasopened wasopened
opened The whole family crowded crowdedaround Clowdedareand crowdedaround
around for the reading of the note notewhite BOtewhile notewhile
while expressions exM88fI Ds of ashtontenment aabrOft and andsurprise aDdsurpIse andsurprise
surprise were Man when the akeletoe skele skeleton K Kton ¬
ton part was read readPolice reac1Police reedPolice
Police Notified NotifiedSomebodys NotifiedSomebodys NotifiedSomebodys
Somebodys been murdered all allright allright allright
right was the consensus of the fam family famIly family ¬
i ily and they all decided that the beat beetthing beatthis beIItthlRJ
this thing to do was to tell the police about aboutthe aMlltthe aboutthe
the matter Accordingly the Washing Washington Wa Washington ing ington ¬
ton office oalc was called up and JWi Captain CaptainBoardman CptajllBoardmaa CaptainBoerdmaa
Boardman Informed of the latest Tr8 Tr8sure Trea Treasure Treasure ¬
sure Island I lDd mystery that hangs over overthe oYerthe overthe
the fair city cityWhether cityWhether cityWhether
Whether the police p 4ice will search for t theskeleton the theskeleton e eskeleton
skeleton of the th supposed victim vte aEM aEMwhether or orwhether erwhether
whether it will be allowed to rest re t tmerely as asmerely asmerely
merely another hoax by some wonldb wonldbpractical woalclbepractical wouldbspractical
practical joker remains remaI to be seen IIeefthIe but buttae butrue
tae police of Atlanta have been com communicated eo eomuftlcated eoamuniated ¬
municated with concerning the r Dr DrHammond DrHammond > r rHammond
Hammond mentioned in the note and andthe andthe
I the further investigation inve U Uon here ere will rest reston le6ton reston
on the report from the Georgia city cttyRIGHT CtyRIGHT cityRIGHT
RIGHT TO ROB HIS RACE RACECQLLINGDALB RACECOLLINGDALE RACECOLLLNGDALE
CQLLINGDALB Pa Oct 9L b4De b4Deelating De Declaring DeJ8r1n ¬
elating J8r1n that he had done no wrong and aadthat CIdthat andthat
that he should not be arrested an since h hhad he hebad behad
had only states the birds from a a colored coloredman CIIIortMlman coloredman
man Harry Brown a negro gr having Yiag no nohome eohome
home put up 1Q that neve Bevel Yel defame del when whennabbed wIManabbed whennabbed
nabbed by Constable Harry Swartley
AMERICA II SIGHTED SIGHTEDDRIFTING SIGHTEDDRIFTING
DRIFTING NORTH NORTHFarmers NORTHOVER NORTHOVER
OVER MICHIGANFarmers MICHIGAN MICHIGANFarmers
Farmers Message Allays AllaysFear AllaysFear AllaysFear
Fear Americans Are Dead Deadin Deadin Deadin
in Wilderness WildernessMAY Wildern WildernessMAY ss ssMAYNOV
MAY MAYNOV NOW BE BEIN BEIN BEIN
IN ARCTIC ARCTI ZONE ZONEWorlds ZONEWords ZONEWorlds
Worlds Record or Death Is Fate of ofIirtenitk ofinternatioo ofinternational
Iirtenitk international > Bal l Cup Racers RacersHawley RaiersHawJey RacersHawley
Hawley and Post PostBULLETIN PostBULLETIN PostBULLETIN
BULLETIN BULLETIN3IO2VTRBAL BULLETINJIO BULLETINMOYPRgAL
3IO2VTRBAL JIO TRBAL Oct 24 4A A report reportreached reportrcaolled reportreached
reached here till this afternoon that the tbrAmerica thtAmor1ea theAmerica
America II had landed In the wilds of ati ofQHe ofQuebec
Quebec QHe and that Alan i Hawley anduJ8J1tas and andAH andAwguatss
AH uJ8J1tas anta1 Pest the aeronauts aeronau 3 are oa oatbelr ORtllelr onj
j their way to tbl this city cityST cityST cityST
ST LOUIS Mo Oct M im The first in information inI information ¬
I formation of Augustus IIgU t1IS Post and Alan AlanB AlanR AlanR
R Hawley la the missing balloon bonbonAmerica balloonAmerica bRlloonAJIMriea
America cam ca alas to St Louis this morning morningpresident morningin onstng onstngI
I in a telegram to Albert lDert Bond Lambert Lambertt Lambertpresident
president t of the A Aero 4rrO ro Club of St Louis LouisIt Loul LoulIt LouisIt
It eliminated eUmtoat to a great eat extent the thegrowing thegroWing thegrowing
growing fear that the aeronauts have haveperished haveperIsbed haveperished
perished in eastern Quebec The tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram is from Thompsonrule J Yicb Yicbdue Michdue icb icbdue
due north of St Louis and ad reads readsA redsA readsA
A B Lambert president pre Sdeat of Aero
Club Iub of Be Louis Lo America H passed passedover passedover MLSedOeI
over here last Tuesday coarse eou due doenorth duenorth duenorthh
north A A tanner asked as to report
these facts The balloon passed MHd west westof w wir westof
of ir St I Icaace nace Jtteh J eb and wa was Just ju t over
Saturns bay at dark Talked with withpeople withpeople withi
people eight mites north of our tows towswho townwho
I who saw lettering OB balloon balloonE bl1 o oE
i E S NORTHKUP NORTHKUPLaadiag NORTHRUPIaIM1 NORTE tITP tITPLanding
Landing IaIM1 ig Place Hunted Huntedaatttstg Huted91d1t1tg HuntedSatfbg
aatttstg six miles across aero a barren barrenwaste barrenwute barrenwaste
waste at an altitude Wtu e of oft 17M feet know knowing knowtbat knowlag ¬
lag that a landing 1aDdtD meant probably star starvation staratloa starvation ¬
vation atloa was certainly e < < tUnly exciting It ie be believed 1KJleed believed ¬
lieved here the lost men will w l be found
in northern Michigan or across aOE the
border In Canada CanadaALL CaDadaALL CanadaALL
ALL CANADA HUNTS HUNTSFOR HUNTSFOR HUNTSFOR
FOR BALLOON IN WILDS WILDSOTTAWA WILDSOTAw WILDSO
OTTAWA OTAw O AwA Q Qt St S4L gigantic search searchs SeIUe SeIUeIa searchwas
was s hi swing ring tnrovsfeeot Canada today tedavPost teQayJaa
iir Alan Jaa Hrrrkr wtey sad Aetgupag Post PostS Postof
of o the ndasm missing balloon America IBedc H HApproximately ILApproximately
I A Approximately T istie iftfr Je persons erMDS were inthe in inth Inthe
th the hunt The balloon left St Louis Louislast LousIa Louisbet
last Ia t Monday There are rumors thatthe that thatthe thatmouter
the monster teas bag has landed beyond beyondLse beyondIIIe beyondLLh
LLh Lse IIIe KiakMnk ht in a desolate de olate region of ofCanada orea ofCtiasda
Canada CtiasdaEdmond CanadaEdmond ea
eaEdmoad
Edmond F Stratton o representing th thHawley thHawley the theHawley <
Hawley family In New York will w I open opena opena
a 1 bureau bur in this city cooperatlag cooperat cooperating eoo t tAD ¬
lag AD < < with hrtth the Dominion DoJaIaI a government andto and andthe andthe
the various organizations aiding in the thesearch theLewis thesearch
search Lewis Sptastter SIJbIt er of the Aero AeroClub AcreClub AeroC111b
Club of St Louis roua Will com come to t Ottawa Ottawato OUa wa wato
to Join Mr Ir Stratum la the search He Hehas Hespeat Hef Hehas
has spent many WiIIt winters m In the Can Canadian Canadian ¬
I adian woods on bunting a expeditions expeditionsHalf expeditionsHalf
I Half breeds and French Canadians Canadianswho Canadianswho dius diusI
I who have intimate knowledge JmowlecJ < < e of the thetrainees thetraJIIeM thetrajUem
trainees country have been seat over overm
I m in squads from Hudson bay ba point Sir SirWitfred Sirj
j Witfred ntr Laurier has directed the Canadian Can Canadian CanJ ¬
adian mounted police poIic to cooperate in inthe inthe
J the UterdL search Track employes of the
Canadian Pacific through Quebec uebee and
Ontario have also 11Io been ordered Into IntoI lntl1tbe intothe
I the widespread Wide pread hunt huntTen hwatTfIIl huntTen
Ten thousand Id officers o < < Icer contractors contractorsand eootractorFand contractorsemployee
and employee who are building ta the
j National Transcontinental Traa conUnental railroad n radlro lro
j joined the ranks of 0 the searching army
i today toda A vague report It reached Super Super1atendent ¬
intendent J EL E Rodgers Rod < < ers of the provincial provincialpolice proin provincialpolice 1al 1alpoIIce
police according acconIlD < < to advices from Toron Toronto Toronto Toronto ¬
to that tbatthe th America II may have landed
In the northern district the exact lo location 10cation 1o 1ocation ¬
cation not being 1ng given givenAccording givenAceordtnt givenAccording
According to the report which bleb reached
Superintendent Rodgers two balloons balloonsdescended balloonsde balloonsdescended
descended de cended in the northern district One Onewas Onewas Onewas
was accounUd for in the landing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Azores Superintendent SupertnteD ent Rodgers Rodgersupon RodgersQIOI1 Rodgersupon
upon request of the the United States Gov Government GovelDlneDt Govermnent ¬
ernment transmitted through t the Do Dominion DomtDIon Dominion ¬
minion government ordered all his men mento mento mento
to keep a watch at b and lid report immediate immediately ¬
ly 13 Little hops was contained In this thisreport thisreport thisreport
report Every foot of Canadian terri territory territory territory ¬
tory where wh > the balloon could possibly poe tb1 tb1hae
have landed will m be searched ae rclted in themost the themost th3JDOSt
most thorough manner The countrywill country countrywill COUDtrYw
will w l be laid out In blocks and Del Lakes LakesHuron LakMH1Iron LakesHuron
Huron and Superior will be patrolled patrolledby patrolledboats patrolledby
by boats boatsThe boatsThe beetsThe
The question which moat concerns the thesearchers then thesear
searchers sear ch ers n is Which way did the theAmerica theAaerlca theAmerica
America drift ditttr She may JD have tot followed foilowed totlowed ¬
lowed the eastern II trend toward Kisktsink Kls Klsktetak K1sJd
ktetak Jd Iak or may have been driven due duenorth auenorth ue ueJIOIt
north JIOIt by or the air currents which drove drovethe drov drovtile drovathe
the Aawea AaweaThe Aa1 AzureeThe ea eaThe
The search has become international internationalAmerican Int internationalAmerican cmal cmalA
American A rtean tugs will ill be utilized In Inleanblla insearing
j searching leanblla < < tfe Ute lakes for fear is i expectet expecteti expect j Jthat
j i that the Americans may JIIa have ve exhausted exhaustedtheir exhaustedtheir exhaustedI
I their ballast before hay l3v w were r acrossthe across acrossthe
j the water The Great Northwestern Nort XorthwesternTelegraph NorthwesternTelegraph w ttrn ttrnT
Telegraph T Company whose lines pene penetrate penetrate geneIrate ¬
trate the t e wild w d parts of Canada has hasinstructed hasinstructed hasinstructed
instructed all its operators to be on onthe ontltf onthe
the watch tch for the slightest scrap of ofinformation otinformation ofinformation
information The greatest grete t danger to totoe tothe tothe
the balloonists lays ta descending in inthe inthe inthe
the primeval forests between the Cana Canadian CanatUan Canadian ¬
dian forests and the tracks of 0 the Canadian Ca Canadian CaJl ¬
nadian Jl 1An Padnc Pad c The country countryand is rugged ruggedand ruggedand
and mountainous mo6n and in addition to totb tothe tothe
tb the dangers from wild animals aatma aad star starvation starvat1oa starvation ¬
vation there are many mJI treacherous treacherousswamps tJeacherousswamps treacherousswamps
swamps
Brother Joins J eias Searchers SearchersNEW SeerchersNEW SearchersNEW
NEW YORK Oct + St XWUUam William Haw Hawley Hawley Hawley ¬
ley brother r of Alan H B HawleY and E EL EL EL
L Steodard an intimate friend are on ontheir onthetr ontheir
their way to Ottawa 0t L wa following a dis dispatch dispatch dlspatch ¬
patch from St Louis last night JIIg t statin statinthat statingthat stating statingItt
that it was w rumored n ered that t at the America II IIhad IIha4 IIhad
had tended north BOtt of Kiskte4nk Quebec Quebecin QuebecIn
in the wilds of the St Johns Jo as Lake dis district district dis districtThese ¬
trict trictThese
trictThese
These men will conduct an expedition expeditioninto expeditionJato expeditionInto
into the surrounding wilderness wtlderne in futhe futhehope the shehope thehope
hope of Arid finding ftftdiD < < the missing aeroaatats aeroaatatsThe aeroMbtsThe aeroMi ts tsThe
The rumor of the a landing of the America AmericaII AmerkaII
II has so far failed of substantiation substantiationOther JlubstantIatlon0dIer substantiationOther
Other relief expeditions will make makethorough makethOlOtlSb a athorough
thorough search of the trackless wastes wastesThere waateTIIeTe wastesThere
There is is only one other explanation of ofthe o otile ofthe
the lack of word WO from Bawtar Hawi 3 and Post Postand PosttIIat Poetand
and that to that their balloon mILT have havein bav bavWe havedappod
dappod We lAke H Huron in which whichCoathteed whichCOBttIMed whichCondoned
Condoned on Pa Pace e Eleven

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