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Hawley and Post of America AmericaII
II Get Ovation In InNorth InNorth InA
Whjle w jJe Search for Balloonists Was WasOrganizing VasOrganizing
Organizing Winners Vinn rs Were Near NearStarvation I IStarvation
Starvation In Forest ForestCHICOUTJMI ForestCHICOUTlU
CHICOUTJMI Quebec Oct 27 2 27T1rel Tired Tiredand TIre1aqQ
and r worn Alan lon Hawley and Augustus AugustusPost AusustusP
Post P Ot t of the Balloon America II heroes heroeso heroosof lierooo
o of the international race the most spec spectacular spectacular spectcuIar ¬
tacular ever held left here for or Quebec Quebectoday Quebec Quebectoday
today todayThey todayThe to4ayThey
They The were astonished to learn that thattwo ttulttwo
two nations had mourned them as dead deadand deadand deadand
and assumed that they had either foun foundfred foundfr
dfred dfr dred d in I the great rellt lakes or been lost in inthe Inthe Inthe
the northern wilderness of the Domin Dominion DominIon ¬
ion ionThe
The two intrepid aeronauts who set a anew anew anew
new worlds record and won the James Jam
G6rden J rden Bennett Cup told an astonish ¬
ing tale of hardship and adventure and andadded xndad andaded
added ad ed new details today to the story or orthe orth
the th perilous erUous trip They were thoroughly
fatigued upon reaching here after a aweeks aw aweeks
weeks w eks plodding through forests of ofthink otthlok ofthick
think underorush handicapped by CQld coldami CQldana cQldand
ana snow and thc absence of guides Ides Idesr
Mr r Hawley estimated that the Amer inter2c
Ici Ic had traveled between 1350 and 14CO 14COmiles 1410miles 14G0miles
miles She Sh was in the air fortysix
hours but today toda the great deserted bag ba ba1J
lies 1J upon the slope of an unnamed unnamedmountain unnon unnani4mountain l lmountain
mountain near Lake Blanc Sable in the
Chicoutlmi district of Quebec where the
descent d scent was made late in the day of
Wednesday October 19 It probably probablOnflver
never will be recovered Although the theworlds thew thew
worlds w rlds record of 1193 miles has been
broken it will wUbe be necessary ncc ary to wait alt for forthe
the he official figures on the Americas AiterIcasllijht
flight from the Aero Club of America America1erore
before knowing knowln exactly what the new newworld newworld
world recon record is Mr Hawley believes
it has been broken by b more than 200 200miles C Cihilts
Astonished At Search SearchThe SearchThe SearchThe
The two aeronauts a ronauts planned to hasten hastenbhck hastenb hastenback
back b ck to New York with all possible possiblespeed possiblsp poseiblcspted
speed sp cd When told that the United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and Canada had linked their efforts In Inthe Inth6 Inthe
the great organized search for them themthrough themthNu themthrough
through thNu h thousands of miles of Canadian Canadianterritory Canadiant CanadianterrItory
territory t rritof and Involving approximately approximatell11OO
ICOOOO 1CO persons both were astonished astonishedThey astonishedThcoy astoniahedThey
They were even more astonished to toleurn tolcurn toIcarn
leurn that a central c < ntral bureau for the thesearch the5canh thesearch
search had been established In Ottawa
by h E Edmond < Stratton representing the theAero theelo theero
Aero < elo Club of America a ald id Lewis Spin Spinller Spindiet
diet representing the Aero lro Club of St
Louis LouisA
A great ovation was 5 slven Ien the tb two twomen twomCn
men fl1C here They were the heroes of the
little town The simple Frcncn Cana Canadians Canadf Canadis
dians df ns crowded rowtle about them as though thoughthey thoughtl1eJ thoughthey
they were beings from another world worldHunters worlHuntcni worldHunters
Hunters and trappers in the employ of ofthe ortbe
the Hudson Hld n Bay Ba Y Company trudged trudgednmny trudgedntanYml1cs trudgedfliRnYmfles
nmny ntanYml1cs miles to s ses the aeronauts The
Indian trappers followed the two men menabout menabout menabotil
about about4ft aboutt abotileph
4ft t eph ph phPcdnRud Pcdnaud and Joseph Simard Slmardtwo Simardtwo Simardtw
two tw of the hunters who brought Haw Hawlev Haw1ey Haw1Y
lev and d Pout out of the wilderness left leftt leftt9da lefttqda3
t t9da < dayt t to p < > > see what hat can be done about aboutrecovering aboutre aboutreeoverlng
recovering re aerJn the America II IIBefore IIn IIBforesgandonIng
Before n BforesgandonIng fOre abandoning Q ftndonlnJ their craft the two twoaeronauts twoaeronauts twoaeronauts
aeronauts cached it in a declivity declhlt on onthe onthe onthe
the Plde of the mountain on which they the the14nded theypdd
landed pdd and covered it with brush to topreserve topres topreserve
preserve pres fe it it from the elements Ped Pedliaud PedrjaJd Podilaud
liaud and Simard said before bt > fore they theystarted they2nt1tcd theystarted
started that they the thought they would wouldlie would1w
lie 11 able to bring the balloon to Seam Stambrotise Starnbroule Seamb
brotise b otiee in a canoe but they the did not notthink notth notthhi1
think th it possible to get the basket out outOf outOf outof
Of the wilderness wildernessHJ wildernessH4FII wildernessHtyley
HJ H4FII > yvley and anqp an4pOst Pst st received a big batch batchof bAtchot batchof
of congratulatory telegrams this morn mornIBB mornInb morntnp
IBB Inb before fore boarding the train They Theywill The TheJJI Theyivill
will JJI reach Quebec < about 6 oclock to totilghf to11J toTlJlet
tilghf 11J h J
Trip of Hardship Hardship4Our HardshipOur
4Our Our flight was a fine one i but ut the thehardships t thar th thliardshps
hardships har sh1p5 commenced commtm ed after we were werecpnipeilod wercCQmpII wereCQmpll4f
cpnipeilod to land saM Mr Hawley HawleyWe Hale HaleW IlawleyVt
We W Vt were re in 11 the air fortysix hours hoursand hoursnl hoursand
and nl estlnwte Jitlnat timtte that we traveled about aboutJy ahout1f about144ce
1f 144ce miles Or course Ip ley In a norther northerlY
Jy direction fron St Louis over Lakes LakesHuron LakesUuroit
Huron U urola and Michigan We traversed the theiwwofied thelroPOfied thetopoiied
iwwofied route of the Georgian bay bayIblp bayebip I
hip ebip canal and passed over s omc of the themost the1QnnlJed theUlQ
most UlQ 1QnnlJed rugged territory l rrltor I have ever seen seenWe seenWe
W We fisijrad guredthat that it would be useless u elcss to todrop todrop todrop
drop netta in that wilderness so re refrn refrtinefinm
frn frtinefinm from dCllnl so
nlan was v s to so 0 through to the thecpftjjt theljt thentiftt
cpftjjt ljt of o tU Jnjrador > rador We W traveled at high highjppea hlg1T1fed highWeed
Weed before a brisk wird and nd would wouldhave wouldIuut wouldIntro
have made it too If a storm nad no noto n narl ncerser <
arl erser er on Wednesday k and tI compelled us usto usto
to make a landing lanln Our supplies were weregetttiiR weregetttlJJ weregetting
getttiiR low lo but the balloon was in con condition condli condLlion ¬
dition dli n to carry us much l1u < h further We V
landed l nf1esl ahout 250 feet tp the th slope of a amountain aJ1101tnJlln anioilninhli
mountain on the shores of Lake Blanc BlancI BlfincSabJe
I Sable SableThe SabJeThe SableTlie
The weather was as bitterly cold and andwe andwe andwe
we knew nothing of the country about aboutus
us 1s Snow now came down In great quanti quantities tlUanUties titlantities ¬
ties The underbrush was so dense densethat densethat densethat
that it scratched our clothes oft our ourbacks ourlacks ourbacks
backs We Ve were w > e in a lake region r on and Rudpd
X bd mi to cross streams ofice of Ice cold water wat r rIf
In i If which we nearly nearl perished peri hetl It wa wanccppssry was wazn wasnecrissry
nccppssry n c sr to carry carr > a good supply of
blankets and clothing which gave us no 110rtunlt
Ojppbrtunlty rtunlt to take much food However Ho HoEV How Hotever ¬
ever EV r at best our supply was practical practically lracUcal11t ¬
ly 11t exhausted exhaustedFor exhaustedFor < xhaustedFor
For three days and nights we weplodded weplodded weidodded
plodded through that wilderness It Itwas Itwas Itwa
was wa terrible We e were at the mercy mercyof merc mercof mercyof
of wild tnlmals our clothing was soak soaked S4HiiOUr s4sLieu ¬
ed eu our shoes were nearly worn from fromour frofUOllt frontotir
our feet CEt we were weak w k and dispirited dispiritedand dlsplrItland dispiriteilayuj
and about ready read to give Ivc up hope of offinding of1inttIn offinding
finding 1inttIn civilization We Ve hd a small smallchart smaJchart smallchart
chart with us which we consulted fre frequently freqtlently breqtentiv ¬
quently but we had to so o out of our ourway our1a ourwai
way 1a wai so o often to avoid lakes and streams streamsthat streams1ht trcamN1h
that 1h t our progress s was both painful and andBKW antIlIlO anddow
dow lIlO There wer bogs bo s and chasms chasmswhich chasmswhich chasniswhich
which were ere constant menaces menacesFound menaresFound meiaeesFound
Found Deserted Hut HutWo Hutt HutWe
Wo t came upon an empty hut evi evidently 01d ovidhtly ¬
dently d ntJJ used by a hunter This gave us ustiiitnc u uhuh1e ushitme
tiiitnc shelter and we managed to dry dryout dr drl1it drytiut
out l1it our clothes anti rest tst up somewhat somewhatvlth
vlth lth the benefits of warmth and dry dryiifi dryu4e
iifi 11 u4e e Snow fell at intervals and the theweather theilather thetather
weather was wa bitter cold and our pro provisions proYlslons pro1sions ¬
visions were Hi the minimum so we had hadte hadt6 hadts
te Irtish on onOn onOn oilOn
On the fourth day da we came across acrosssqhie acrossst acrosssQUt
sqhie st sQUt t trappers Their surprise cannot
b 1 Imagined We e appeared app red like an ap appattkn alp app
p pattkn ottUon tU0n to them They stared open openrnouthed openn1 openniouthed
rnouthed n1 Jthetl and with their eyes bulging
One of them muttered a prayer and andcrossed andcrofl5ed andcrof5ed
crossed himself We e were in the garb garbot garhot gariiol
ot ordinary American citizens but our ourclothing ourclbthlng out4lbthin
clothing was torn anti dlrtv and wet wetanO WEthO
anO hO vto t > carried bundles of blankets blanketsupon blanketu 1anketsupn I
upon u our backs backsVWe bAekNmana backsfro
fro managed mana goo to mak make them under understand undltfttnd ¬
stand that we had landed in a balloon balloonandwanted balloonahll bailoorattil I
andwanted ahll wanted anted to got to the nearest town townAftor townAltor
Aftor a a time they thc became reassured reassuredand reassuredt1d reitesuredat1
and t1d later their fears gave ve way a entirely entire entireit
hot it its place was taken by the most mostcdfiSUming mostc mositflsUming
cdfiSUming c I5UmlnS curiosity curloslt We e were too toow tooW totWk
w Wk ak k and wont to do d much talking talkln talklnlh
The lh men had a Rood supply of food foodAnd fOfIAnd I Itnd
And we were fed fl < 1 liberally That night nightfb nbhtJ nighKtt
fb Ktt J laJ t down to sleep with the th best bestniOfll bestn1e4
niOfll inside us that we had had since sinceleaving sinceI ainetlt benC C
I lt leaving l fng ns St t LouK Loul Soon after we reach reached re1cltbI ¬
ed 4 St S Ambroise and came on here h r in inu Inu ii iiU I
u U tfufcgy tfufcgyTbelleve 1i 8i2gy1believe gy gylbeUeve
Tbelleve our flight will stand as one onethe 001 a atbo
i the greatest In tho history of bal buliftAnitic ballo halIe6
iftAnitic lo Ie6 lhg and nii may mnv never be CQualed
TO LEARN TO TEACH TEACHKindergarten TEACHKindergarten TEACHKindergarten
Kindergarten Training School Class of Twentysix Master MasterKnowledge MasterKnowledge MasterKnowledgeof
Knowledge Knowledgeof of Little LittleGames LittleGames LittleGames
Scene SceneKindergarten Kindergarten at the Thomp Thompson ¬
son s on School SchoolDuck SchoolDuck SchoolDuck
Duck Mary MaT duck GeQ Geowhy hy dldnt didntyou dldntou
you y ou duck Now youre it itAnd ItAnd itAnd
And twentysix twont lx gIrl girlwnot not little girls Rirlsbut Jlrlbut girlsut
but b ut girls ranging from eighteen sum summers sentmers ¬
mers to towen well thats telling toilinglined lined up upfor uplor upor
for f or another go at catcher catcherThey catcherThey catcherThey
They were not doing it all just for forplay torplayo forlay
play p lay It was the fIrst days course in inthe Inthe inhe
the t he art of being children They are arepupite ar arpupl areupiPs
pupite pupl p of the Washington a hlngton Normal NormalSchool XormnlSchool Normnlchool
School S and hope ultimately to be boschool beschool bechool
school s teachers They joined the special specialkindergarten specialindergarten > > peciAlkindergarten
kindergarten sk st k class and will devote their theirteaching theirteachlnb theireaching
teaching t career to breaking brOAkln in little littleones mUeones littlenes
ones o nes Then theyll be first grade gradeteachers grndeteachers gradeeachers
teachers t
Must Know how To Play PlayThe PlayThe PlayThe
The first thing In the new no normal normalcourse normalcourse normalourse
course c is to learn to play like children childrenTo childrenTo
To be able to teach children you must mustlearn mustlearn mustearn
learn l earn to be children the principal principalMiss principalMiss i
Miss 1158 M E Goding told them by way wayof wayf i
of o f preliminary Instruction InstructionSo
So they were set at work playing tag tagcatcher tagcatcher tagatcher
catcher c hideandseek drop the th hand handkerchief handkerchIef handerchief ¬
kerchief k and all the games Kmetl of which the thechild thechild thehild
child c heart Is most fond fondThis totalThis
This is not the whole course cou by b any I
PLAY PLAYSPACE SPACE mEA mEACommissioners IDEACommissioners
Commissioners Favor Clos Closing Closing Cbsing
ing Streets for Noon NoonHour NoonHour NoonHour
Hour HourContinued HourContinued HourContinuedfrom
Continued Continuedfrom from First Page Pagedren Pagedren Pagedren
dren that we c opened up again asrmat at the thebehest thebehest thebehest
behest of the hospital hospitalIn ho pltal pltalIn
In the plan as proposed propo ed by Tim TimTimes Th ThTimes ThaTimes
Times the question of nuisance cau ea eaby cauby < > d dby
by the noise of several hundred children childrenplaying childrenIMaylng chikljenplaying
playing in the public streets would not notarise notarise notarise
arise for the reason re on th that t the children childrenare
are now no using the streets to be affected affectedfor affectedfor
for the purposes of play pia said Major MajorJudson MsorJudson IaitrJud
Judson Jud on The fact that they are to tohave tohave tohave
have the privilege of laIn there un unnterrupted ¬
interrupted i by b traffic would not add a awhit awhit awhit
whit to the noise they the make makeAwaits makeA makeAwaits
Awaits A aits Public Favor FavorI
I am not only heartily In favor of the iheidea lheIdea thedea
idea i continued Major Jud Judson on but I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will do all in my power P er as Commis Commissioner Commisloner Commisstoner ¬
stoner to put it into execution and will willsee willsee 111 111see
see that steps to th that t end are taken takenas
as soon as possible Of course the au authority authorlt authority ¬
thority thorlt if there be such authority authorlt to toclose toclose toclose
close the public streets for this nur nurpose nurpose nutpose
pose lies with us but whatever our pri private private i iate ¬
vate ate opinion may ma be we e always are areglad areglad areglad
glad to have the people buck of ua and andthe andthe amithe
the support of The Times in molding moldtnKpublic moJd1npublic moldingpublic
public sentiment in this matter will be beof beof beof
of the greatest value valuejcction valuelor valueI
lor I am unable to see what hat possible ob objection ohJection
jection can be made by anyone to this thisremarkably thisremarkabh thi thiremarkably
remarkably simple economical ClOnoml < al and of offoctive 0 0fMUf
foctive method of affording ariordln the school schoolchildren scboolchildrcn sehoot I
children playground Any An pRpcr pcr that thatlends thatlenl1 thailends t
lends its Influence to this movement is isa Isa ii iia
a public benefactor benefactorMajor benefactorMajor teRetactorbIajor
Major Sylvester Approves ApprovesI
1 am for the children first last and andall andan an anall I
all the time said kI Major Sylvester when whenasked whena wheasked
asked a > > ked his views and if the matter lay laywith la laIltli lawhit
with me alone I would put the pro proposed proPOlled propoaed ¬
posed plan into operation OJer tlon at once But Butmy Butmy Bu Bumy
my powers are restricted by b law and andcannot I Icannot Icannot
cannot act without proper authority authorlt If Ifthe Itthf 11 11the
the > Commissioners will order such suchstep a astcn aaten
step taken I do not know anything unthln that thatcomes thatcomes
comes within the line of my m duty that thatwould tMtwould thaiweek L
would give Jh me A g much pleasure PIea ure as s aret arettin et ettinsr ettintr
tinsr tin apart for the little ones during duringtheir duringthclr durin durintheir
their noon hours of recreation the thestreet thestrt th t tstreet
street strt > ct adjacent to the schools and in instructing instructIn instructintr ¬
structing my m men to see ee that l at the chil children children chitdren ¬
dren have the street for their very eo own ownfree ownfree
free from the dangers of automobiles automobilesand automobilesand autontobilciand 3
and careless drivers
I think a full opportunity for chil childrcn children
dren to play to romp and exercise their tbelrbodies r
bodies after an r a mornings mornln s session of 0 0school t
school 5 < hool an imperative need If I have havcrred haverred
erred in the matter of childrens playing playingdurinc playingdurlnl playinidurint
durinc my term of office It i lias been beenon beenon beeton
on the childrens side indeed I know knowhave I Ihave Ihavc
have been criticised erlUel d for giving lvlnJ the theyoungsters theonngsters tli tliyoungsters
youngsters the benefit bc fit of any an doubt doubtwhere
where the matter of license 11 en e in their thclrpIa thciplay r
play pIa has come up but nliy Is as essen essentlal esenUal essential
tlal to the child as food I shall wel welcome we wecome welconic ¬
come an order onel to put the proposed plan planinto planinto pla a ainto
into operation operationCOFFIN flveratJonCO operationCOFFkE
People Slowly Lcnrn the Facts 1ncf8All FactsAll
All my life I have been such a slave slaveto slaveto slavto
to coffee that the very veT aroma of It was wasenough wasenough wa waenough
enough to sot my nerves quivering quiveringkept I Ikept r rkept
kept gradually losing my health he lth but butused I Iused Iused
used to say sa Nonsense onsentole It dont hurt hurtme hurtnW kurnie
Slowly Slowl I was wa forced to admit the thetruth thetruth tb tbtruth
truth and the llnal result was that my mywhole m mwhole inwhole
whole nervous force was shattered shatteredMy shatteredlly shatteredMy
My heart became weak and uncertain uncertainIn a ain
in its Jt action and that frightened me me1lnall meFInall
Finally 1lnall my physician told me about aboutyear a aear
year ear ago a o that I must stop top drinking drlnkln drinkincoffee i ieorrfe
coffee or I could never expect Cocpe to well wellagain well3galn we weagain
again againI
I was in despair for the very VCT thought thoughtof thoizeliof
of tho medicines 1 had tried s Sf so many mau mauUmes ntILtimes
times nauseated nau cated mc I thought of ofPo c cPostum
Postum Po tum but could hardly bring myself m s1 s1to lf lflo
to lo give Ie up the coffee coffeeFinally coffeeFinally coffeeFinally
Finally I concluded that I lowed owed it to tomyself tom t tmyself
myself m sclr to give Postum a trial So I got gc gca ot ota
a package and carefully followed the t110dlr th e edirections
directions dlr tlons and what a delicious voar voarishing or iouilnhing orIshlng
ishing rich drink it was as Do you know knowI kno knoI
I found it very el easy 008 to shift from coffee coffeeto comcto coiff coiffto
to Postum and not mind the change changeat cbnngat chantat
at all ailAlmost allAlmost allAlmost
Almost immediately after I made the thechange thcchangc tli ic icchange
change I found myself my elt better bclt r and as asthe aslhe a athe
the days da s went enl by b I kept on improving improvingMy improvlniMy
My nerves grew gr w found and steady steadyslept tead I Islept Islept
slept well and felt strong and well wellbalanced wellbfllanced wolbalanced
balanced all the time timeNow timeNow timeNow
Now I am completely wired with the theokl theokl I to toold
okl nervousness antI sickness all gone goneIn gem ne neIn 0 0In
In every ve1 way wa I am well once more moreIt snoreh
It 1 pays to give up the drink that acts actson actson ac acon
on some s m like a poison for health Is the thegreatest thegreatest ti tigreatest
greatest fortune one can have haveRead havcRead haveRcad
Read the little book The Road to toWcllville tocUlIJe toWeliville
Wcllville cUlIJe In pkgs Theres a Reason ReasonEver ReasonI
Ever I ter r rend lenlthf the hutabove above letter A new newone newont ne tI
one appears from fr from il1 time to time They Theyarc Tin Thtnrt y
arc genuine enulnt true and full of o Iiuiunn IiuiunnInterest humnDInterest burnt burntintescat In
means But three hours oaeh weak w ek will 111
be devoted to it and the first session sessionwas sessionwas sessionwas
was held yesterday e terdlLy afternoon in the
kindergarten training room at the new cw
Thompson school schoolThere scl1001There schoolThere
There is It a dearth of good kindergar kindergarten ¬
ten teachers in Vashlngton as well an in inmany Inmany Inmany
many ether Eastern cities As many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the regular normal xraduatealW not get getpositions J8tpositions getpositions
positions this year it wasjtnought was Jr jhought ought that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the organization of a kindergarten cas caswould cl8 ciasn ciasnwould
would offer better opportunities to a apart apart apart
part of the teachers teachersMust te teachersMust chers i
Must Know Basket Work WorkNot Work1ot WorkNot
Not only will the teachers be made to toplay toplay I Iplay
play the games of the children but butthey butthey butthey
they will 11I have to become experts in the thobasket thebasket thebasket
basket work the drawing dra Ing exercises und undall undaU toldau
all au the other kindergarten tricks the theyoungsters theyoungsters
youngsters must mu t learn learnBefore le rn rnBefore I
Before they the finish nblb the course they theymust theymust I
must also be able to play the piano pianoproficiently pianoproficiently pianoproficiently
proficiently since every kindergarten kindergartenroom
room is provided with a piano and most mostof mostoC mostof
of the cam Ia games and exercises exercI e are done donato doneto doneto
to the accompaniment of music
In order to enter the course they must muste
be e able to sing Vocal work form a apart ISpert apart
part of the education of the youngsters youngstersThe
The kindergarten klndc rten class cia ntfmbors among
Its It members some of the moat promising promisingcandidates JKOIDlslnJcandklate promisingcandidates
candidates in the Washington htn ton Normal NormalSchool XormalSchool NormalSchool
I OTW olAl OTWolAl olAlAnnounced STAY IS GRANTED GRANTEDAnnounced
Announced That the Case CaseWill Casefill
Will fill Be Argued Within X1ithina
a Fortnight FortnightLO
LONDON LO DOX Oct 27 21Barrister 1BArri Barrister ter Arthur ArthurJTewton ArthurNetoR
JTewton cwton tiled an appeal a 1 today for Dr DrH
H H Crippen the American under underdeath uHd r rdeath
death sentence for the murder mur er of hs hsactress nwactre
actress actre s wife Belle Elmore Crippen CrippenThe CrippeaThe
The case will be argued within tthln a fort fortnight fortnitht ¬
night it was wa announced an OUoced In the mean meanwhile meanwhile ln lnwhllo ¬
while a stay of 0 execution will be hegranted I
granted pending the outcome of the ap appeal appeal
peal Crippen Is under sentence > > to ha haNovember hag 1 I
November S SAnother SAnother
Another newspaper was lined today todayfor todayfor
for publications about the arrest of Dr lKCrippen
Crippen which were olteiurfvft to the tMpublit thepublic
public officials A fine of 1t80 was 1m 1mIKUOd hnIHSOO haposed
posed upon the tn Evening News for pub publishing pubIhHtlng pubhishlag ¬
lishing u statement during the course courseof touraeoC courseof
of Crippens Crt n8 trial that the quartermas quartennallter
ter of the steamer Mont Montrose rose wss N in I Lu u
don consulting with 1th Crown Cro Prosecutor
Richard Mulr with ith a view vie to tettifv1nK t tlhnK
Editor Evans Eva News Editor Nichols Nicholsand 1boIs 1boIsand
and Under Editors Ward and Bennett Bennpttere Benn tl
were ere held in court until the fine was Iii IiiINlkI
Receives Proposals ProposalsNEW ProposalsEW ProposalsNEW
NEW EW YORK Oct < 27j ZA z A cablegram cablegramfrom ab4esranfrom bleraltt bleralttLondon
from London says that Miss Mta Bihel BihelLeneve Eth EthLeneve ErheiLeneve
Leneve has b received reeei sixteen IJ xteen wfiers of ofmarriage ofmarrJ8ge ofmarriage
marriage since her acquittal on the thecharge tlMcharge thecharge
charge of being an accessory after the thefact tlteI
I fact to the murder Ittur er of Belle El Elmore more wife wifeof wit witjOf witsot
jOf l of Dr Hawley H Crippen CrippenMiss CrippenItss CrlppenMiss
Miss Itss Leneve nt > e has received r tvf also an anoffer aftolTer anI
I offer of l 1060 for the tit > tlrst statement of ofher orhft ofher
her life with lth Dr rIppen but is mid midto saidto hi hito
to be holding out for more money moneySNOWSTORM moneySNOWSTORM moneySNOWSTORM
First Firstof of Season Covers Mountains Mountainsand Mountainsand
and Brings Out theDeer theDeerHunters th theDeerHunters Deer DeerHunters
Hunters HuntersSARAXAC HuntersSARAXAC HuntersRANAC
SARAXAC RANAC LAKE X Y Oct 2TThr 2TThrfirst Thf Thrfirst
first 1 t heavy haa snowstorm of o the season seasoni s seospnmantled n nI
i mantled the Adirondack last Might and andtb andthis
j tb this > morning Snow fell to a depth of ofj oftwo
j two inches in ltcs in this village 111 < < > and on the theJ tbemo themountain
J mountain mo ntaln peaks the snow is said to be a at aI afoot
t foot deep deepI deepNearly
I Nearly Nearl 100 hunters took advantage of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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Acceptance cceptance of Pay Patients PatientsPermissble PatientsPermissible PatientsPermissible
Permissible Not Com Compulsory Compulsory Cornpulsory
pulsory Says Lawler LawlerAuthorities LawlerAuthorltlos LawlerAuthorities
Authorities of the Government Hos Hospital Hospital Hogpital ¬
pital for the Insane are uthorIzed by
law to receive nonindigont patients patientsbut patientsbut patientsbut
but no command is laid on them to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept pay patients from civil life lifeThis UfeThIs lifeThis
This Is the opinion of Oscar Lawler LawlerAssistant LawlerANi
Assistant ANi tant Attorney General for thc thcInterior th thInterior theInterior <
Interior Department submitted to the theSecretar theSecretary
Secretary Secretar of the Interior in reply to toa toa toa
a question raised by Dr William VIlllam A AWhite AIdte AWhite
White Idte superintendent of the hospital hospitalAfter hospitalAfter hospitalAfter
After ruling that the hospital Is au authorized authorized authorized ¬
thorized to receive pay patient paU ntl the theopinion th thopinIon theopinion
opinion continues continuesAt
At the same timea time a study stud of the thestatutes thestatutes thestatutes
statutes Is convincing that this hos hospltal hosvItal hospital
vItal was wa established primarily for forthe forthe forthe
the Indigent insane and no command commandIs
Is laid on the hospital authorities to toreceive toreceIve toreceive
receive pay patients from civil life lifePermission lifePerml lifePermission
Permission Perml sIon Is given to receive such suchpatients suchpatients suchpatients
patients from the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Coluinbla ¬
bia when there is room ror them themI
I venture the suggestion that a wise wisediscretion wlsdiscretion wisediscretion
discretion will do much to prevent preventeither preventeither revent reventeither
either an overcrowded condition or a afinancial aflnanclal afinancial
financial low lowHospital 10118Hospital lossHospital
Hospital Crowded CrowdedThe CrowdedThe CrowdedThe
The question was asked a k tl by Dr DrWhite Drhlte Drhite
White W hlte in view of the crowded condi condition condItion condion ¬
tiw tion ti on of the hospital the occupancy of ofwhich ofhich
which w hich by pay patients is declared to tobe tobe toe
be b e an injustice injusticePatients injusticePatients
Patients it is said are admitted admittedto admittedthe
to toin the hospital ho pltal with the understand understanding understandIng understandg ¬
ing in g that their maintenance is to be bepaid beINlld beid
paid jm jmp jmto id for by b relatives but there Is no noway n nway nay
way w ay of enforcing collections If the thepayments thefIments theayments
payments p cease ceaseThe cea8CThe ceaseThe
The hospital has no means whereby wherebymake
to make them pay 1Mi says Dr White Whiteand Whiteand hIte hIteand
and the result is simply > > that persons personswho personsho
who w ho have means and who do not care careto careto careassume
to assume their responsibilities re have havetheir havetheir haveeir
their th thpu eir relatives supported > > at public ex expense expen exnse ¬
p pense pen pu nse e
Cites Injustice InjusticeThis InjusticeThis
This is especially unjust as re regards regards rearde ¬ I
gards g arde nonresident patients who no fre frequently frequently freuently ¬
quently q are brought Into the District Districtby Districtby Districty
j by b y relatives who desire do lre their care caFe in inthe Inthe inhe
the t he hospital and although they ex express expre exress ¬
press pre p ress a willingness to pay pa there Is Isno Isno iso
no n o way 1oa to compel them should they theycease the thecea theyease
cease cea c e to do so soThis soThls soThis
This is an injustice to the class of ofpatients orpatients ofatients
p patients for whom the institution was wasbuilt wasuilt Wasbuilt
built b uilt and maintained namely the thepoor th thpoor theoor
poor p oor who cannot afford to pay and In Inthe Intbe inhe
the t he crowded < 1 condition which usually usuallymaintains u usuallyaIntains uall uallmalntaln8
maintains m the persons for whom hom the thehospital thehOSpitAl theospital
hospital h was intended are displaced displacedby
1 by b bri y those th who really have no legal legalright le legalght al alright
r right ri ght here hereWINS herefINS hereWINS
Miss Ii e Lillian I lJlhi tllen Wolf of LX 35 3 W street streetnorthwest streetorthwest
H northwest today has a god od medal won wonlast wonst Oft Oftlast I
j last la st night at the oldfashlonod spelling spellingbee spellingoo I Ibee
bee b D oo at the Manufacturers Manufa < turers and House Householders Housholders Housew ¬
h holders w show 8 oW at Convention Hall HallTwentyfive HallTwentyftve Hallwentyfly
1 Twentyfive T children of the sixth sev seventh seventh soynth ¬
n enth e nth and ass eighth et htb grades took part hi the thecontest thecontest theofltet
contest c Last La t night was Red Mens Mensnight Mensight Mensnight
night n ight
Also Carry a SteelTipper Cane to Intimidate Reckless RecklessChauffeur RecklessChauffeurThis RecklessChauffeurThis
Chauffeur ChauffeurThis This Is John Armstrong Chaloners ChalonersMethod Chaloners11ethod ChalonersMethod
Method to Avoid Being Run Down +
RICHMOND Va Y Oct 27 iTo To avoid avoidbeing avoidbeing i
being run down by reckless automo autoraobilists automobUfsts automoblhists
bilists perfect yourself in the toreador toreadorsidestep torendorsidestep toreadorsidestep
sidestep and carry a steeltipped cane caneThis caneThis caneThis
This Is the advice given by John Arm Armstrong Annstrong Armstrong
strong Chalcner author of Whos Whosloony Whosloony Whosloony
loony now and owner of the pig
Dolgorouki following tollowIn what he declares declaresto
to have be b been n a hairbreadth escape e cape from fromj fromdeath
j I death shortly after the witching hour hourI houroC hourof
I I of last midnight midnightJ midnightThe S
J The toreador sidestep Chaloner ex explains explains
I I plains Is the leap employed by bull I
I Colonel Spends Fiftysecond FiftysecondNatal FiftysecondNatal
Natal Anniversary Mak Making Making Making ¬
ing Speeches SpeechesGLOVBKSVILLE SpeechesGLOVEItSII4I SpeechesOLOVltSVILLE
GLOVBKSVILLE X KY Y Oct 27 7Col 27CITheodore 7ColTheodore CoL CoLTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt was tiS flftytw ntY9 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old today and he celebrated the occasion occasionin occa on
in his characteristic characterl tIc manner mannerby by worktnJ workng work working ¬
ing tnJ ng so S hard that no one had time U to con csgratttlate
gratttlat him hi ante unless Jt t was done on n the therun thorun
run runThe
The colonels c loneJs schedule fk the day In hleluded Inchided
eluded a Jonu Jon ride by y trolley 1rolle and ate atespeeches sixtpeeclte
speeches 1 e not mentioning mertlen a rew tts He re remarks remarks
marks as a the tb opjportanlty ror th theIR theIRarose thetaarose
arose He did not allow the aatal tal day daycetebration daycelebration daycelebration
celebration to interfere with lth hi hits worln workIn work workn
In n the Republicancampaign RepublicancampaignColonel Republican campaIon campaIonCoIont1
Colonel Roosevelt addressed a4dr the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd of 209 2O ro at F Fonda a on the rear plat platform pJatform platform ¬
form of a special trolley car H rode rodein rodeIn rodeI
in I the car to this city stooping on the thowav theway I Iwav
wav at Johnstown John town and speaiciag Boax g in the theopera theopera 1
opera house there to LOW people oDle about aboutthe aboutthe I Ithe
the Standard Wall Paper Company and andJohn andJohn
John A QLxa ts denial that it was a Ui part partof partof partOf II IIJOhn
of the trust trv t Colonel Roosevelt re remarked remarked ¬
marked markedHarry markedHarrv markedHarry
Harry Sttrwon never days trt the baby babyact babYset I Iatt
act Dlx My + y he didnt know want nat his hispartner hispartner
partner w was doing dol f ttme0n in the coY eovicrnors IOVcntOrS coYS
icrnors chair will know what to l going goingn S I
n no He wont try to shift the respon responsibility re reeponsiblilty pon ponstblltt ¬
sibility sibilityCoton stblltt stbllttC01onei
Colonel Roosevelt repH replied d to fonhcr fonhcrJtidge ror roriflcrJudge lcr S
Judge Alton B Parkers reference at atOflweRO atO atOnwego
OflweRO O wetO hi a t night to o the circular sent sentout sentout sentout j
out by Tammany Hall to the Wall WallStreet VahLStreet aU aUtreet
Street treet interests Int fts asking i > kt e for money for forthe forthe forthe
the campaign to defeat der t Stimvon StimvonJudce
Judge > Parker I see > > called it an al allpg alJPJ I
lpg leged d cIrcular remarked red the he colonel coKMteiWell i
Well eli theres no secrecy rtcy about it The Thecircular Thecircular I
circular was sent to me by Walter WaltfrWood WaltervVoott Valtc ValtcVt I
Wood a broker of Wall Street StreetThe StreetThe
The former President PreMdt > Rt sroke to a athronir athlOftJ I
thronir that flllcd the opera house e here hereAfter aS S j
After WK speech h he dined here ere at ai aihotel a ahotot
hotel and went on to tc Amsterdam AIB erdm la UMJ UMJspecial tM aI I J
special trolley car
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Mens and Womens UsefulShoe Trees Friday 45c 45cGirls 45cGirls
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Boots Bootssizes8to11 sizes 8i 8 to 11 11Womens 95c 95cIi 95cWomens
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Boys and Girls School Shoes Shoesgun Shocsgnn Shoesgun
gun metal or bo bocalf box boxcalf
calf and vici I kid kidworth 2 2worth 2worth 1 50
worth of o wear wearilt weariltJockey St tt ttJockey i iJockey
Jockey Boots BootsFor
For children chndr n Patents with withblack withblack ith ithblack
black White or btcwn kid or orblack orblack orblack
black velvet top and patent col collar collar cotlar ¬
lar larSizes larSizes larSizes
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Sizes 8y2 8 to 11200 11200Sizes 11 200 200I 2OOSizes
I Sizes liyo 11 to 5250 5 250
Boys and Girls 119 1 1 fl I
150 1 50 School Shoes ShoesBoys ShoesBo3os I s I 3 3Boys
Boys Sterling Calf Solid Soled SoledLaced SoledLaced SoledLaced
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M1sES and Childs yin Kid KidChllds KidLaced KidLaced
Laced 01 Button Bootst sha shapes shapespatent s spatent
patent or kid tipssizes 5 to toChUds toChllds
Chllds Calf Tan Kid and Pat Patent Patent Pateat ¬
ent Leather Dress Boots Bootssles sizes 5 5to ito 5to
to 11
Velvet Boots BootsThe
The popular fad in WomensBoots WomensBoots Womens WomensBoots
Boots Were ere creating a furore furorewith furorlth furorewith
with lth the 250 2 O and 3 3kinds A ct 9 ff
kinds were I U1 U1at
offering offeringat 1 95
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kid cloth or vesting top to Swell SwellTan Swcl1Tan SwellTan
Tan and Black Calfffcrt Calf CalfWalking I f
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fighters to escape the madde m maddened 4i8lMd ed tor torro t tsrro r rro
ro The steeltipped case takes the theplace Uteplace theplace
place of a toreadors sword > > ft t comes eomosIn O1 comesin tINII tINIIIn
In handy Chaloner toys If one desires desiresto
to give the th chauffeur a thrastotog
When the auto a to bore down OR me melast melast melast
last night said Chaloner I Jumped Jumpedaside jumpedaside iumpedankle
aside just like a bull fighter and held heldmy heldmy heldray
my cane poised ready to strike > > The Thechauffeur Thechaufleur Thechauffeur
chauffeur saw that I was not intimidated intimidated intimi intimidated ¬
dated and he pulled ulled desperately to one onaside OD8Sk1 oneskis
side Sk1 leaving me in possession of the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of the road roadHad roadHad roadHad
Had it not been for my sidestep and andmy andmy andmy
my cane I am sure I would ould have been beenkilled beenk111fd beenkilled
Champion Ball Teams T earns Lead Leader ¬
er Slips to Tioga and andIs andIs andIs
PHILADELPHIA Get 27 ZCorneUus ZCorneUusMcGmlcu 27CorneliusMcGilflcuddy Cornelius CorneliusXcGilHeuddy
XcGilHeuddy McGmlcu dr Connie Mack manager managerof
of the Athletics and Catharine Cat arme HaUo HaUoltan
ltan nan of this thl city were married in All AllSouls
Souls ou Catholic Church In Tioga at atOclock 9 9oclock t toclock
oclock t4Hlar tdayNot t way
Not even to hill own faMily nor to the
jretetive reatives of his bride de sac er any of ofmembers t tmem th thmembers
members mem oC e T the champion baseball team teamthat teamthat
that he led te victory victOlJ did Connie or orMisa j
Miss MI HaHohaa whisper wbl per the news that thaithey
they the were going guI to be married today tedayALL t todayALL y yALL
I was ashamed a hamed of my face writes writesMinnls writesMInnis writesMinnis S
MInnis Pickard of Altamahaw N C CIf CIt CIt
If It was as all full of pimples ples and scars scarsbut searsbut scarsbut
but after using D D D Prescription PrescriptionI Pr ptJon ptJonI
I can say that now DO there is no D sign 1i fJl of ofthat ofthat 01that
that Eczema and that was three thr years yearsago yeartago
ago a
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cure and Instant relief In EcseIna and andall aS S
all other serious > > skin disease d that its itsvalue Itsvalve Itstaue
value taue fas sometimes overlooked to clear clearing clearlOr clearlag ¬
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alt AI other minor forms of skin Import impurtUe Importties impurities
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penetrating pet tratlDg that It strikes to the th > very veryroot veryroot t > tY
root of Eczema Cema or any other serious serioustrouble serioustrouble serioustrouble
trouble the soothing 8OOthl Oil of Winter Wintergreen Wintergreen WlnterJreR
green Thymol and other otbt > r Ingredients are areso areso areso
so carefully compounded there > is no nowash nowash sicwash
wash for the skin made that can com compare cornpare ¬
pare with this great reat household hou ebold remedy remedyfor remedYfor remedylot
for everv kind of skin IJ ktn JI trouble troubleD
D D D is pleasant pl t to use perfectly perfectlyharmless pe perfectlyharmless rectly rectlybarmiest
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i kept on hand By a receat rec nt arrangement arrangementI IUTangPmentwith arrangemeniwith
I with the D D D Laboratories of Chi Chicago Ciiicage ¬
cago you can now get a trial aze ze for fotcents
25 cents This will give you positive positiveproof positiveproof
proof of the wonderful effectiveness of ofI ol olthh C Cth
I thte th great remedy remedyHenry remed remedHenry remedyHenry
Henry Evans E ODonnetfa Pharmacy
Hahn s Friday Shoe Sales SalesAlways S SalesI SalesAlways I
Always Save You Money MoneyGet
I Get G t the Habit of calling here regularly every Fri Friday Fridayit11 Pridayitll ¬
dayit11 day itll save you at least half on your annual out outlay outJay outlay ¬
lay for shoes shoesThe shoesThe S SS SThe S
The Friday Special Offerings O erings include Broken BrokenShoe BrokenShoe BrokenShoe
Shoe Sizes SizesC SizesCQmplete Complete < mplete Lines were we re discontinuing or Spe Special Special Special ¬
cial Lots bought underprice from manufacturers lnanufacturersbut lnanufacturersbutalways but butalways
4 always shoes that are seasonable uptodate and thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly worthy worthyTHE worthyON worthyAN
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Patent Kid Ki < 1 and Patent Colt ColtButton ColtButon ColtButtOn
Button Blucher and Laced 4 4good fgood 3good
good styles stlcsdrcss stylesdressy dressy and comfort comfortable comfortable comfortable ¬
able shapes shapesBroken shapesBroken shapesBroken
Broken sizes Including IncuJln all sizes sizesin sizesIn sizesin
in narrow wdths aT and d scattering scatteringsizes 3C8tterlngSiZffi scatteringsizes
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Womens 250 to CJ1 r II i I
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Patents with brown or gray graysuedeor graySUtde graysuedeor
suedeor SUtde or cloth tops topsPatents topsPatents topsPatents
Patents with kid top topide wide or ornarrow orrarron I f
narrow toes toesOne t toesOne s i
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broken sizes See them
25 tw iIj Grade Shoesstrictly solid solidand solidand solidand
and durable In spite of the low lowprice lowprke
price 38 styles In Inkid inkid I
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