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i DUMBER UlLBLrR ER GS95 Yesterdays Circulation Circ1 I1ation 43275 WASHINGTON SUNDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 20 1910 Twentyfour Twen yfour Pages PRICE ONE CENT C T
Knowkon Kno 1son Selfstyled Priest Priesta
a Victim of Morphine MorphineHabit MorphineHabit MorphineHabit
Through Throu h Long Distance Tep1 Tep1Frei Tefej TefejFrem T TFr8IR
Frem Boston Coeasel Is IsObtained IsJbt IsOt
Obtained ObtainedIncidents aedIncidents Ot aed aedIncidents
Incidents in Swindlers SwindlersHearing SwinJlersHe vmndters vmndtersHearin
Hearing He ring in Baltimore BaltimoreAltegef BaltfmoreA B ftIrnore ftIrnoreAlleged
Alleged awiaJlar swn tor IBMWH by Base 1iJMWe ofWest of ofWest
West < Baswlsos Kui soii Bennett BeilMtt amiDavis aMDaY ami asstDams
Davis DavisOaly DamsOnly S SOmy
Only tws aiarges eiMz es pfcasad why a ais lie lieis e eis
is an arraigaod im court today taicyictia te ayVictim todayVictim
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e c mss a ukywenl win W wrestc wine wiMBdepnvesL wMRde winedeprived
deprived de fIf sfWashisgtsa f tt III IIIWa nj njI
I Wasningtoa Wa detectives ycaent at atbeariag atI athearing
hearing with wwrmata warra t c cItaI cbargi cbargicrimes argi g I Icrimes
BALTIMORE MOT tt Bated aced by byostnffice bJ1Jstofrice byy
1Jstofrice y ostnffice Inspectors detectives and andaitnesses aatIttitnesses aadt
aitnesses t tesaes who alieiee Re that be herdled had hadT
T T rdled died them them Mucus Ku H HW HWTnany HWest West man manmany sanmany
many aliases al denounced deB as an 1m hey 1m 1mtr
5 ttr tr r priest pt km by Cardinal Car + ioSI Gibbons Gibbonscrl Gibbonsi
crl 1 who after the denouncement at atti tKJ atrnptd
ti rnptd J T > t td > d to shoot himself looked a ai adcal aical
i vsical dcal wreck when he stood In ther the thec thecJrtral
r c cJrtral rtrat district courtroom c this ment JIIefttIng mKmin ment1ns
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1nsR R W gw > < st st t Knowtoon Frank Bennett BeaDettlicI5 Bennettztis Bennettstates
licI5 ztis as 110 Ia kaowa to the United Ualtellta Unitedrates
states ta rates t s postonTee inspectors and to the thepolice tMIolile theholire
police of a dozen done cities cit ea along the At Atlartuc Atlantic Atlanuc
lartuc coast coaa is a morphine babttne babttnend ballltueand babItueand
and nd the fact that he was locked up upJiim upJor upor
Jor or DEarly t twMatstoot f bows 11111 without wttb1ue withouttie
ue lolaee of tMdnIC tMdnICjim the dr + 1g std wed
jim 1 im from fro froIriest Me Mepriest th wiadnss tf sbM sbMpriest
priest he h reyressissMd remnssitf re V1 V1stercay rt Jihnsitf Msa sU to t ho hovesterday bsvcsterday
vesterday stercay when he heLiiHns BRed esrdinstl esrdinstlti1bons < iillnnl iillnnlUiTbons
UiTbons te the archiopiscopal resi residence IeIIInce rNtdence ¬
dence nce on North Charles street to to a atrembling atrf atrembling
trembling trf > mbUas ayopshontdered m > shouMered shouMeredwatering CMlNeftd CMlNeftdterln give givecrtering
watering < terln eyes afid i d nervous nervousthat aerY aerYt113t nerveuathat
that constancy constaeytwttcbed twitched as fee e rum faie ¬
bled 2t > t his aerestlespaven SIIMIIIIII iinsTrn bavea c cCkasces chi cmo cmoChar
Ckasces Char es ApiMt A inst m HintThe at atThe
The prisoner t wfc to charged bf te ternited tilernited theVnited
rnited States postal orfidahi with withthem wltItirg Meal Mealirg >
irg blank money orders ad uegotlatdMmgthem aegotla l lthEre
them and is also charged with swindttng swindttngtwo swiDdlIIIctwo swinhlugtwo
two Baltimore concerns by l y means meal of the thebo uaetO the1ous
bo 1ous i ns s orders was represented q ed by At Attorney Att Att ¬
torney t rney rI Y Randolph Barton B B lltoa t ° ° jr jrThe jrThe JrThe
° The fact is said Mr Barton BartolidiE artoe my myclient ssyclient
client diE = nt is addicted to the use of ofphlne of mor morphine ¬
phine and has been deprived of H since sinceh
he h < has been locked up here her hersuch Hejs le in insuch iDsuch
such a nervous state tf that if he faiheld faiheldlurtber Is hsturtber
lurtber 1 I will ask that he be e sent etme1iat neatmedtatey Im Immediately ¬
mediately me1iat y to t the jail wh where re he will re receive re reive teecive ¬
ceive ive medical attention attentionHeW att attentionHeld tiolL tiolLHeW
HeW on Two Tw Charges Chargesoperations C1IaqeaVery Cirar eL eLVery
Very few oC Wests alleged aDecedoperations swii iig iigoperations
operations jefP were told In the court room 100IIIac roomaf roomas
af in order to bold him be was aped speciftclly pedAcally apedrally
rally charged cbar ed with but two twoubtaiDiDc offenses offeasesubtainiag offensesobtaining
obtaining a diamond ring valued at atfrom atfrom fK fKfrom
from fromby Lewyt d It SaJabes siabos pawn brokers brokersby en enby
by xneaos of a bogus postofflce money moneyorder oDeyorder moneyorder
order and with obtaining oI taiDq tat i from John JohnTjarks Ieb IebTjarks JohnTJarke
Tjarks proprietor ViNMor of the Hotel H I Raleigh Raleighi hby Raidrhby
i by > y means of o a bogus postofflce money moneyorder lDODeyorder moneyorder
order orderProprietor orderpropretor
orderPropriet Proprietor Propriet Tjarks and a memtotr sembeWest of ofThe
The 1 be pawn brokers broker firm identified identifiedhad West Westas Weetas
as the man for whom they theythe had cashed cashedthe casbedthe
the two twoLittle money order ad tIleD en Major MajorLittlt MajorLittle
Little i iton potoff etAcp lfo ectsr Ia men enWashing Washing Wa8bmcton WashingIon
ton ton identified the orders as two of a aseries aries aseries
series ries that bad Mea stolen from a abranch abranch
branch ranch poetorfice in Washington te October Oc October 0c 0cto ¬
tober to r last lastWsaiagtSB lastW lastWas 1
WsaiagtSB W Was htttest Detectives Present PresentAUomey p pAtomer PeeatAttornes
AUomey Barton made no ebjediomV objection objectionwhen ob
V when hen the justice committed tted the ther prisoner prisonerfor priamuarfor
for r or court m In the sum > of Cbatt baD m d each eachcase oacJaase oscjmcase
case ase making a total of 95ttfc t5 and West Westturned Weutturned
turned 1 u med quickly to the turnkey tttreke as though thoughanxi thDuChlIaxi thoughanxi
anxi to be led fr ss the thean corn town IOOIIanti townani
an anti < i arm nt to jail where a physician physiciancould phllldaacould phyMdancould
could give ve him something U to e Ms Msdrugwrecked IddnlKwreCIuId kindrugwreckod
drugwrecked nerves iuuosDetectives nervesDetectives
Detectives Howlett tM Piatt Pratt of ofinstice eLYa8h etWashington
Washington Ya8h oa weft 011 band and utased utasedto
10 the justft that then IIeII watrtz WUnUIt WUnUItha in
eharglnC ha nC Rest eSt with Lwiad1taef bet betiistiee
justice told them that the cbargeg nrt bud budi IaIiIiMt
i tames iMt West in Baltimore had hadplace first firstplace 8ntr1ace
place and that he m was as ts holding h ht1n Mm MmTinker lur lurun
Tinker t1n t er r the Marvland State hi hiHowever IauHoweYer law lawHowever
However said the Jostire jketutees tt the theStates thetates
States tutees attornev is wfllUnr will to vaN waIge av e eright the theright tMrilibt
right to prosecute ute the defendant m thin drieitv dIIai thinerr
< err i he mar rea grant you the privilege of oftakine OIlbk11lst dtaking
taking him aVk k to Witshragton WEshluatoaWEATHER WitshragtonWEATHER WrmrtVEA °
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P T m JIL low hs 1 p6 56 a a aT m and tmt + dt 4dB 4dBTomorrow is s sTonmrraWH1glt
TonmrraWH1glt Tomorrow T HhjK tnte tMenll tMenlli tip n iLM a aH m and andi
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s S > un sets t 1K 1KcONPITION
HARJ HARPER RS SRHY RFl R Y W v v Va a NO NOBoth XoY XoYBoth wvBoth >
Both liters raters ar or this morning morningI
Was as Yale Classmate of President PresidentTaftj PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taftj Taft and Attained High HighHonor HighHonor HighHonor
Honor in Service ServiceHenry ServiceBeary ServiceHoary
Henry 1 x M Hoyt Counsellor of the theaate theSlate theSlate
Slate Department and a graduate of ofTale orYale ofYale
Yale te the class daa i of President Taft Tafted Taftat Tafttad
tad ed at JIM residence NK Rhode Island IslandJ IalandaveDOe Islandavves
aveDOe at S ocJ ck this Atorafaa J after tterJIIIIe afteras
J an IDneoc lasting but little more than thanf thanfour
f four days S
At t hill bedside when the end came camemembers cameW carneWere
W Were members of his Immediate tam family tamJIy ramfly ¬
fly misfits mrhidina hh IIIIJ wife wile a son e Henry Ml MlHoyi LHoy MHoyij
Hoyi Jr Sirs xn Philip S S Hiehborn Hiehbornhis HlchbornIda Iltchbornhis
his his daughter and two younger children childrenMorton
Norton Ji ortoa and Nancy Hoyt who are und un unn uneftS
d n twelve year + a of age A third daagh daaghta deeghter
ter Mme Feted F 1 von Stumm wife wifeof wIfer wifeof
of the former t second monetary othe otheCterman o o4theGerman the theu
German ombaooy IliAi is now at Stuttgart StuttgartGermany StuttgartOersraay uttprt uttprtJ
Germany GermanyMr OersraayMr J
Mr Bo Hoyts s a iE iEth th was due to per perm peri perissnftls teril
ssnftls m + dtit AItbe AUhsmjh l l h he was thought to be be1tetter beMetier
hotter yesterday att afternoon and spent spenta llpentfa
fa a oniet Mght a change toe th the worse worsewns worseearly worsewas
was noticed early this tit morning mo The Thepnttent Thepatleat TherrttIent
pnttent sank into an unconscious unco state stateeveral ehouna statesevers
severs everal hours before NIl MB death and andnever aadleMJy
never never rained snfncJentty leMJy to recognise recognisethose r rtIM reoe6nisetlton
those n shoat > out Mm MmDectsrs MtsDecters
D9Cte Dectsrs Give Up Hope HepeDr nepeDf HopeDr I
Dr Dr R R W Baker 8 ken and l Dr > r P H H Pinaey yin yinney 71ftoc
ney of Johns J Hopkins d University ni sity HoeptaJ Hos Hospital Hospital ¬
pital Baltimore 1Ja1t re who was called to toc btbelli htosasuflatnn
osasuflatnn c Pitnaen held out no hope for the thereccvery ther thereervery
reccvery r of Mr Hoyt after the change dtaagssec changeand eIIa
1 sec Ute worse Ht In and the members wetniereof membersMr 11 en
ell the family were BOtf notified that e
wall a matter tter C only a feW hours
Mr Hoyt had teen back hi Washing Wa ldDlr ¬
ton only since Monday afternoon fol ¬
lowing a trip to Montreal where be
Jt weIIt as a represemative rep entatiTe of the United UJdt
States Government in the interest of
formulating L forml IaUDg edng a uniform tariff trl < rate be be
jrlmr Jhsg fW = at eight eIIIIt8tI atrenroue strenuous hours hourssfesce oarslrIIJay hourssltteo
sfesce Ms amtmni FrMay sdtscaooe sJtecnooa durritr6 dvr dvrftng dIIrWIIIeIa
ftng which he delivered delwenddRee three Informal InformalsddnmMil lDtonllllODe fnfonvkladdresses
addresses one lecture leol > rra attended two twoluncheons t t1ueta4 twoloacbesan
luncheons 1ueta4 and a dhvaer held two reoeptioas re receptions re reeept ¬
ceptions eept and paid std a number of ceils ceilsOoL aAIO oem oemCool
Cool Theodore Roosevelt aoe was not too tootired otired tootired
tired this morning to catch an early earlytrain earlytraiD earlyttala
train for New York TorkBe YorkBe Yorklie
Be was up te time to r at at t an S oetoel oetoelbreakfast oeIoeItwith eeledtbreakfast
breakfast with his dldll dKughter t Mrs Nlem Nlemotas Niehohs
otas Longworth and forty nUnutes ate hrterthe atetile laterthe
the two left m 1ft a axr taxi for f Union UnionStation UJI UJIStatIoR IIaioaStation
Station His departure rture from from the tilewvrth Lag Lagworth Lm Lmworth
worth home was was witnessed by 1typot none bmta but buta
a policeman pot who w was JetaIIFJurry detailed as guardkHarry guardk goarikFlurry
Harry At Station StationThere StationTine H HIIIMe
There was mild excitement as be benamed hetIIreucJi belfasssd
named through Union Station bat thin thinhatch tbIstime thtebarely
barely had time to manifest itself eKtoN be before beg begfee ¬
fore toN fee + e be had told Airs worth good goodby po4b7 goodby
by and was admitted adMIt d through the thegates theptea thegates
gates to the t oclock ciecIt Pennsytvama Pennsytvamatrain P Pamns7tvamtMntrail
train trainThe IIThe trailThe I
The j licemaa was stm on guard guardwhen guardII guardwhen
II when when Mrs Longworth orth returned re unHML He Heeontinned H Heeathne4 Heeetianed
eontinned te watch the bouse H boas until untilinformed antilinfotmwl tlt tlti I
i informed intorm by the butler that Mr MrRoosevelt Xri MrRoosevelt
i Roosevelt had left the city eftyI
The concluding entertainment given givenin biTeRIn givenin
I in honor of Colonel Roosevelt oc occurred 1CI occurred ¬
I curred last evening at Eauscherwhen Rauschers Rauscherswhen i
when whe he sat down to dinner with a
Prompt Action by Secret SecretService SecretServIce SecretService
Service Men Saves Life Lifeof Lifeof Lifeof
of Fallieries FallieriesPARIS FallieriesPAJUS FallierlesPARE
PARIS Nov 3s aA An uniaenlillsd ldomdSs ia m rasamede in inmadea
Made madea a savage nssaur an President e Pd Pdl1 F Jr1 Jr1llerlsla l lSetaed
l1 llerlsla is tile p iaee eerI7 tb u uSeI tternoes tternoesSeised
Setaed by secret set service vlctt BAea he Jtef hefought i ifought
f fought savagely before 1 he was mer merpowea over overpowered GIIIerHIs ¬
powea powered + ed His identity Is unknown as nsmaintained asI ashe
he maintained 1IatabIed a sullen silence ce after Ms Msarrest wI Mearre
I arrest arrestOwtng aJTeIIti arre t tOwing
i Owing to the prompt action of the tiledae eC eCfioers ofaiorL
fioers the President suffered no injury injuryHICCOUGHS iajuQIIIICCOUGHS injuryEJCCOUGHS
BELJKAR N J Xov 38t aIhe The The Rev RevDr RevDr I
Dr J W Laughlin lies dead here today
> from the effects e of a prolonged attack attackof attaeket attackof
of hiccough b which started four days daysago daysa
a ago m and whfc JWthing sotbloKHe could stop stopffe 1JtopHe
He ffe had a sinUar attack four years yearsa YetIft yeiaras
a o but recovered recoveredChesapeake 1eCIDV6edCitesapeake recoveredChssapoeke
Chesapeake and d Ohio O io Fast Service ServiceTo Seni4eTo ServiceTo
To Cincinnati Cinch iXL LoufevUk Losavilkt Indiana Indianag 1 1I
g I Levis CMcaeo and th the West Westtrain W Wtrain t ttrain =
train to 9t Louis WIth Chicago CIIIIequHK sleep sleepers steepa ¬
ers leaves Washington Wasbl on 690 p pm nt Other Othertrains Othertrai
trains trai trains 2 28o 90 0 p m and ll I11 p m First Firstclass Firstclass
class a la carte dining car service serviceAdvt sertlceAdvt ServiceAdvt
Counselor C uB eor of State Department DepartmentBied ntJF ntJFie Wh WhDied o
Died This T s Morning Morningtween Morningtweea Mrningtweet
tweet Canada and the United GaitedHe Skates SkatesHe pten ptenHe
He was feeling fairly well wtaew wbd he hey 1Mcbed 1w 1wreached
reached cbed the dty dt Mo o ida y afternoon al although aItbou although ¬
though he had not not njoyed the bestnsth best of ofbroth ol1K1tb
broth while III m Montreal MontrealMonday MontrealMonday I IXGlWay
Monday night he became IB and Z Dr DrBaker DrBaker > r rease
Baker was tmiaediatety ba y sneimened sneimenedawe awJMOIIdThe awJMOIIdTheea8e The
ease was soon pronounced aced to be betottitls pert perttoaitte
toaitte remitting re al from wcsratton tI of the theTesterdnv 1MdL tinstomaek
stomaek stomaek7estpdav dL dLYterda
Testerdnv Yterda the sattpnt was IL thought to tobe tohe t the o
he ore than holding Ms own and the themsmhtrt dIIe1bs1IJII tin tinambers
ambers 1bs1IJII of o the family rRIlt baeam became encour oomraged encouraged IIraJrell ¬
aged agedMoat agedMost
Moat of hto h188UfterirJr su terhg was WUCoIIdDaed wasCoetinned experleneo i iContmued
Contmued OB Third Page
R ve veld lt t Says s Good Goodfar 9 od1 y at Lon Lo cprth oath H Honea me I Vnd a d Htir Hurrtes Htirries IIur IIurries
ries rtes in Taxica Taxl calhi to Catch 9 gotCloCK o Clock Tralnt Tralntfor Train
I fur N New e v Yark Yarki
few eC bin moot i l fnt tnmie + Mitt u f ie frtendu inland DI Mrector DIrector DIrector
rector Charles CIaa D Wnicott of the tin tinSsitleseslan
Smithsonian Institution was the theof host hostof b t
of the occasion occasionOne ionOee oocaelonOne
One of the principal guests was
JM J111e8 J Jt R OarneM Secretary of r the tb e
Interior under the tb Roosevelt Admin AdntinItnger
bKratloa istrat with whom w Secretary BBl
linger Jtag flrs am conflicted at the botdnninBefore botdnnin
01 the Dew famous co coaservadea war wa r
Before the dinner and afterward atte In
the e smoking room room the colonel and
Mr Garfteld field held lengthy conversa
tloas noa
Dinner Entirely Private PrivateThe Privaterite PrivateThe
The dinner vss V private and andwhether andwhether
whether Mr Roosevelt availed avall himself him himself IIReU ¬
self of the opportunity OJ J Ortunlt or not IHtt theidea the theidea theIdea
idea of the occasion supposedly SUP Ollooly wasto was wasself wasto
to give v ha a c chance to express hlMJIeIt him himself
self as he wished wishedYesterday wJsheLYelifter wishedYesterday
Yesterday Yelifter ay afternoon Colonel Roosevelt Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt was given a tea and hn1ebeon hn1ebeonat luncheon luncheonat
at tate Longworth L3 L mgworth orth home Among Araon the theguests theK1MIItS theguota
guests were Secretary Seer tary of Interior InteriorRichard IuteriorRldIanI InteriorRichard i
Richard A A Ballin Ball1Dar er Count J H H von vonBemetorff vonBerustorff
Bera Bemetorff torlr Baron Rosen the Russian RussianAmbassador RU88iaumbassador Russianambassador
Ambassador Baron Hengelmuller von
Hengervar Hea the AHstroHuJl AastroHungeniot AastroHungeniotambassador AastroH Qg rJeA rJeAamba ri wi wiambassador
ambassador sador Secretary of the Treas Treasury Treasury Treasury ¬
ury and Mrs MacVeagh Captain de
Chambrun Chambrnh of the French embassy
Comptroller Comptrol r of Currency Laurence O
Murray and Justice Harlan of the
Supreme Court
Mayor Takes City Citr ReformJ Reform ReformInto eform eformInto
I Into IntoHisflwn IntoHisflwnHands His Own CfwnHands J
HandsiKLLDIlIGiIOIjIS Hands HandsaUna HandsMINNBAPOLiS
MINNBAPOLiS Mime Vet Ne at atapoUs 3S
Down goes Ute Dd to tonight itltt I hi Mh MIt ae aea aeUJIdI me meapNts
apNtsUntil apoUs apoUsnn a
nn Until next Friday night Mayor James
C C Baynes w Wilt i endeavor to bold it down
by the weight weightef t of his o of official > dal personage
On that eyzniag e the mayor hopes pes the
city councHwitl comhciiwm wIh
enact ordinances which whichw whichwill
w will l more efCectively dose
city re resorts re re80rbJ resorts
sorts which he deems o ob objectionable estimable estimabley
especially y tho thus e where women + OD onnon n are per permitted permitted ¬
mitted Jldttedte to buy drinks drinksAn druiksof drnkBAD
AD eider to b r read Sdto to thf members membersof
of the pohce force when
they 50 o on onty
duty ty tonight tonI ht was prepared today by
Chief Frank T Comteton C rnleton This Xhisolder Xhisolderemll11i1J1es order orderembodies orderembodies
embodies Mayer Haynes attitude i ithe in inthe JfttIM
the e present ent reform crusade cn and tells tellsthe tellsthe tellsthe
the policemen hew howthey they shall enforce
his edictRdvocstbn edict edictRevocation edktR
Revocation R n of fall all liquor licenses S whose whoseowners wb wbOWDeS whoseowners
owners permit any jdrl or woman womanwhether womanwhether womanwhether
whether cf good or evil repute or any anywiuer anyenH
wiuer person n to remain therein Is the thepenalty thepeeare
penalty peeare ordered Also A1 o the mayor prom ¬
ises that M ha such s elt cases caass aa s h hfe will wlllrooom wlllrooommend recom rooemmend recommend ¬
mend to the city council that np n further
license be granted for the period peri d of one f
year 3 esr after its revocation vocat1on I I
I Collapses Completely at atDeath atDeath I
Death of Great Rus Russian Russian ¬ I Isian
sian AuthorUNABLE Author AuthorUNABLE AuthorUNABLE
I Body of Count to Be Buried Bu ed in inVMiage inVrliage inViildaga
VMiage Where He HeWas HeWas HeWas
APAUOTO APALOTO Essllm JUiiasi toy 9 Wub With herhusband her herhusband RerbU
husband ling dmd in the bare e room roomof reoraof roomI
I of a raflroad Hag K station tbn the t condition conditionI eo
I of CoonMSB eOWlt otlrntZaR Tototojr rapidly grew ew worse worsetoday worsetoday
1 I today and physteiane who have Te been beenattending beenttendtns
IatteftlD8 attending both her and the aged countbecame count countbeeame eountbctme
became seriously alarmed for her Ute Hfei UteAft lifeAfter
i After Aft < spending all of yesterday and andlast adiatlt andlast
last night in a desperate entreaty of ofth ofth ofthe
th the physicians ph1ll for the U privilege Jlege of ofing orill s e eing
ing < her r husband alive a e once more ne aecountess necountess BeCOUIIteM
countess was allowed to be present pr SeDt a aformer otthe t tthe
the u of tile sudwr such w and oeII re reformer re reforer
former which occurred at dawn WJI today
She collapsed HnMoMataiy Iy after afterCount atterCGIIIIIt afterCoast
Count too last spark of e life lifeT liteT
IMclnteed out outTi
T Ti B Be B Wariest ri d At Home HomeH HomeU HomeIt
H is understood that the body ofCottat of ofCount orCCMUlt
Count Tolstoy win be taken back to tothe toI tothe
the Tillage TI of r Yaanaya Ye rahaya Poltaaa PoIlaB where wherehe Whenhe
he was w born and 4 where he spent hisyouth his hisyouth hisyoat
I youth yoat It is believed beU ed that his known knownwishes knownwl
wishes wl in n regard to baa funeral will willbe wfllI willbe
be obeyed Whatever the form fonB how however howeyer however ¬
ever which loch consigns the great seeker seek e eb r
of truth to h hta b last resting place placewltneoacd pJa
tile cer ceremonies will 1IIIdot undoubtedly eclly bewitnessed be
witnessed w1 by a gathering gathertn tbertD of the t e
great greatest teat of Russia Though he
died without making uaakift hI hi peace with
the tIIeeburcb church from ntch he had been beenexcommunicated beenexcommunicated
excommunicated Ieated i L great Teat Russian Russianwriter tan
writer te wire to be honored IB death deatheven deatheves th the
even e as In life ut by the t superior intel ¬
lects eats
DiM Before Dawn DawnCount DawnCoeat DawnCesat
Count Totetoy8 ToIIIt death clee occurred at atootock ato8leck ati
i ootock Ha died without regainingautleient regaining regainingmMdent regainingt
mMdent t oonsclousnsoB to enable him himto himto lImto
to say ay T roi faewell f Jewell n or east a loving Jo lag look lookupon i iupon Iapo
upon apo his wife wU wife and children childrenThe childrenThe
II II2be
The hour of his death expected for fory
78 y > was T seen to ba at hand nt ntc
lodIeIk t c and Dr M Mekovetnicy koveteicy k and ottoerl ottoerlat OCMTf otherlpiass
rI piass I attflICUa atundlas issued a bulletin
lag tht tb t heart action M4 1 almost
1 Ig siakisg iJsNsu + lqtd a s series seriese
9l iicJ ltiet at3t 3t aeerc arts artso Uae1 = TIle st
e at 3 oQtock o dock and the countess OaIIte I
four sen seas and three daughters were werenonud
anmmod nonud MIIIwl d to the bedside Later the thepreTatlecl
countess was prevailed upon pen to retire retiretnonei I
She was amaranea 1IIODei again at ik b M oft
The counts couat condl condIon on after < each heart
attack was what the physician called calledpth
deceptively pth Jy encouragLig enCOU The TheNLtIeDt patient
slept for a little swearing ht to breathecomftably breathe
more comfortably The physicians how however ¬
ever deathd did id not hesitate to predict a speedy
Clang te Daughter DaughterDuring Daughterof
During one o > e of the heart attacks aU Tel Tolstoy Telatoy ¬
stay was atone with his eldest daughter daughterTatlna daaghttorlasing sltto sltto1attIt
Tatlna Ho H suddenhjr clutched dnt + cbed her herad hand handand handand
and drew dr her to him Choking he whir whispered ¬
Now ow th the end has come that Is all allTat1 aM aMy
y Tat1 Smxtau > was gatty gasudy frightened I and andstruggled andstraggled I
struggled Jed to release re herself that tha she shemight shemight
might summon help but the dying
mans embrace was too strong Sh Shcatted SIte Sheealied
catted loudly and toe physicians p en
tered Camphor was injected which
brought Immediate to relief to the patient
Tolstoy soon raised las bead and then Il
drew himself up to a sitting tIi position
Breathing with difficulty hi he e mid I
There are mulions of people and andmany andmany I Iy
many y sufferers hi the world orld Whyalways Why
always anxious about ut me mer
These proved to be his last words on onearth onearth onearth
earthReaJized earth Realized Realized His Condition ConditionThough ConditionIt ConditionThough 11 11Ibe8e
Though It he frequently lapsed Into un unconsciousness 1mToI tutconsdouenees ¬
consciousness Tolstoy ToI toy seemed to reattae reattaetils realbeIds reaiaehis
Ids critical condition conc tIoB AH persons ex except exce ezcepi ¬
cept members of his family were ex exeluded exdHed exduded
eluded from his room and he was not noteven ieven ievea
even allowed to receive a ooimnunfeaj mmun ra ratins
tins u urging glne him ba t to make his a communlcaII peace with 1th j
the chureb
Tolstoy ToI accompanied only by Dr DrMakovete I
Makovetsky Xakovet ly y left his country e home IB IBTasnaya 1ftyya inYtmsaya
Tasnaya PoMana last month intending i ito
to spend the rest of his days in sell solitude selltude salthide ¬
tude This idea had been growing with withhim withhim
him for some time timeHe timeHe
He was driven from one retreat t tanother > I IaBOtherby
another aBOtherby by the representatives repre entatlves of hisfamily his hisfamily ntefamily
family and friends who were searching searchingfor seerchlngfor searchingfor
for him He first visited his sister sisterwhere sISterrarle slsterMarie
Marie rarle at the monastery at Shmrdlfte Shmrdlftewbere Shstnardkewhore
where she is a nun m In the cloister cloisterStarted cloisterStarted cloisterStarted
Started for the Caucasus CaucasusThen CaucasusThen CaucasusThen
Then he Instated ln upon going to the theTotstobui theToI8IoIn theTolstolon
Totstobui colony In the Caucasus On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the journey his strength failed him andhe and andhe andJte
he was placed In the flac fla station at As Astapova AsT Astspova
tapova T where he was made as com eomfortnhte comter1able coatfottnMe
fortnhte as j pselb Jt nbe b e in the rude wooden woodenbMtMfoc woodeninn
inn bMtMfocFor 1MIMIzw1er innFet
For live days be lay there suffering
from bronchitis ADd nd inflanwiatfen tn JDatln of the thetones t tl1IRcs thelanes
tones Not all the Moscow saecialtstzcould ssecialists ssecialistseouhi saooiaJlsmeouIcl
could gala a favorable response reepon to the theremedies tMrelRedle theremedies
remedies applied appliedYesterday applledYesterday t
Yesterday ail hope was abandoned abandonedThe abandonedThe I
The countess who had followed her herhusband 11 11IhJS herbsband
husband IhJS ltnd despite d e his urotests and her1 her1own 1Ier hherown i iowa
own physical condition was wa admittedThe admitted admittedThe admittedTbe
The count did not recognize her then thenhowever thenbOweer thenhowever
however and he died without Wltho ut looking bookingupon l okIng i iupon I
upon her face in a rational moment momentRESCUES momentc momentRESCUES
Brave Motorman Climbs Into I to Sleeping Sleep Sleeping Sleeping
ing Apartment From Adjoin Adjoining Adjoining Adjoining ¬
PHILAD1fI1PHIANov PHILADELPHIA TSov v 2OUpon 20 Upon returning re returaiag re retunda
turning tunda to his home hOme 4KS Paschall ave aveijoe ave aveihne
ijoe early this morning and opening openingthe opeitl opeitlthe openingthe
the front door Harry Thomas a mo motorman nw nwton metormaa
ton was met by a volume of flame flameand flameBIll flameand
and smoke He ran to the roof of an anadjacent anadjlleellt anadjacent
adjacent house and entered his own ownhome ottnboute
home through a secondstory window windowHe windowHe windowHe I i
He found his wife and two childrenatoep children childrenasleep childrenasleett
asleep U H4 carried his wife out first firstand fistaad tirstand
and passed her to men in n the vacant vacantnvU6e vacantaeI8EIStJte vacantizmsa
nvU6e assess aeI8EIStJte the roof roo The chliaren chliarenwere cll chGilr Ulen en enwere
were rescues rescueU iii in the same s me tae manner manner nuzwcer 1
Veteran Head of Meaacn Government Govemme1t Who Apparently Has Succeeded In IaAgain InAgain InAgain
Again Frustrating An Attempt to Overthrew His AdministratienMAD A Administratien AdsninistratienMAD ministratienC ministratienMAD
Rabid Animal Slips Halter and Escapes From VeterinaryFrightening Veterinary VeterinaryFrightening Veterinatryfrightening
Frightening Many People Before Befor Being Shot by byDr byDr b Y YDr
Dr Buckingham
Slipping Its halter while being treated tneteat treatedat
at t woetusry howftal IIC Dr 3 D D2IJ5 > K KBKcJdnchnm 1L 1LBudtladhiap
BKcJdnchnm SOf JTowteenth lGIN 1eda street streetnorthwest IItreOt1tOItIaw streetnorthwest
northwest 1tOItIaw a lusts suppeued II II te IN SIIf sntboring SIIfterlagrzo
terlagrzo boring frets talks uMm hhd saily to the thestreet
street and r rata smarty iu dma dII8 ntIwe trorlbweetsection t tseetIoa
section oC the dry fOr almost meet hale totbel aaj aajhour aa aahour
hour this thIRVIIIdD morning morningRunuta morningRumnis
Runuta down Fourteenth street JJtreet the themaddened tilemaddeMi themaddeaed
maddened maddeMi > animal frothing at the themouth u1
mouth mouth caused a panic atnoumg menu peh pedesttita nes nestrians t ttr1aJ
trians who took refuge e m In doorways ordodged or ordoq j jdodged
dodged doq behind tree tree boxes while orhr orhrroad t1rtYof drteors
ors of vehicle save Ole horse a dear dItarro dearToad
road roadImmedmteiy dI ToadImmediately
Immediately I lately after the animal escaped escapedfrom fIIICIIIlfrom
from the hospital Br Buckingham Buckinghamrushed Baclriftr Bndt amn amnrnebd tamnt
rushed to a toloshone eatte castes elm p the theTrnrd tIMTJdnI
Third pree preeinct JM > fnct t police atation and re requested re reque ¬
quested que Jte the ponce to round up the horse horseand eand horseand
and shoot him h The veterinarian Yeterlarlaaed advhv advhvon advised
ed the polee B to 1y hands on the thehorse tileh thehorse
horse h but to MM him on sight sightThe t
The animals mouth and head covered reveredwith coveredwith
with foam was a warning to those who >
Message MessageFLASHESWIRELESS From the Tennessee TennesseeReaches TennesseeReaches TennesseeReaches
Reaches the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House HouseAH
1 1was
MAIl AH aboard the Tennessee T are weH weHwas wsllwas M
was a wtr Wireless message e Unuhed fie ebst trom 1roIUle firersthe tromthe
the crhiser crtvserte to the White t Hisuoe l to today tmaday
day by Secretary 5e Norton who W1aokept has haskept haskept I
kept I b ha continual touch with the Sx Sxecutive 1bMUttYe Fxetttt
etttt ecutive se Mansion since President Taft Taftand Taftand
and party left leftTodays leftTooltSs leftTodays
Todays zneeage was sent to Assist Assistant Aaslstaltt Assistant ¬ I
ant Secretary 7 Forster who saM the thegreetiasr thesreeUag thegreeting
greeting was the only word w received rsoofsedfrom receivedfront I Ifrom
from the Presidential party daring dwrfngthe daringthe rl I ItlM
the day The wireless came vHt Key KeyWest KeyVest KeyWest
West and Norfolk NorfolkChanges NorfolkCHaDfes NorfolkChanges
Changes in the t itinerary as announced announcedby aIIIMtIIIeedby anAeuaeedby
by press S8 dispatches dt p td were eennrmed at atthe atthe atthe i
the White House today The Presiden Presidential Pre Ic1ential Preldentlat ¬
tial party win waft return by way of Ramp Hampton Rampinstead ¬
ton tol Roads instead of o Charleston HampI as asoriginally asnally asoriginally
originally nally planned The May Mayflower M ewer er has hasbeen M8been hasbeen
been sent se t to Hampton Roads and will wBlbe willbe willbe
be anchored there until Wednesday WednesdayIt W e8Ite cIy cIyIt
It is expected that the Tenncoooa T will wlUarrlve willarrive
arrive off Old Point Tuesday The ThePresident ThfloPrddont ThePrtddont
President wilt iU then tn board the y yacht 78ebtlat yacht3tayitiotrer hl hlMayflowar
Mayflowar lat ower and go goup o up the James river riverto riverto riverto
to Richmond RJehmondwhere where he will address addressthe addressthe adressthe
the Virginia Teachers Association AssodationWednesday i iWednesday iWednesda
Wednesday afternoon afternooni
saw him not w try to stop S rep Mm Down DownFourteenth Dow Dowlm it
Fourteenth lm teentk tJa street oet the frightened 1 8Re horse horseran erS8la hors horsra
ran untft he reached Thomas Circle CircleHere Circle1Ie Circl CirclHare e
Here ire ne nar narrowly rawiy wtr iniauetf crashing head headfisremost fteadeo headf
f fisremost rs eo into ate an eastbound i Capital CapitalTraction CapitalTI8edeIa pi piTraction tsI
Traction carTwlee ear
j Twice around the circle the horse horsetad ran ranand raBJ8II
and then cached up M street 8 et At t the thecomer t h e
comer co r n er of Twentyfourth street several severalcolored rev eta
colored men were standtag and when whenthe who n
the th e esurest horse was seen r rushing up the thestreet
street these men mea thinking it was Was sim simply sinfly ¬
ply a runaway nma way formed a line acroee acroeethe acrgi acrgithe
the pavement and grabbed the animal animalby aA aAby 1I1aa1by lest
by the batterIn hatter hatterIn
In the meantime Dr Buckingham Ducld Ram hamjumped had hadjumped hadjuJDptcI
jumped on m a bicycle and started after afterthe aft aftthe
the animaL He bad hadJlttle little difficulty difienltyierudag in In Indirection inrotiz
ierudag fron rotiz persas er Ute S street streetthe eet Ute
direction the animal had taken and andrived ar arrived arrived ¬
rived at Twentyfourth street treet before beforeponce the thepoflce 0 e
ponce Dr Buckingham Buc 1 snot the an ansal ani animal i ¬
mal through t roup the head headAlthough hea4lAJtbough beadAlthough
Although the horse was snapplgthe snapping at atthe at11M
the colored men who citptured Cft eQ hIrR him m they theymanaged th thmanaged
managed to bold bold on tG him without withoutlag ut be being be beID ¬
lag bitten
Harry Ha Brandt Wounds His HisSweetheart Hi HiSweetheart S I
Sweetheart and KillsHimself Kills KillsHimself KiIIsHimse1f
Himself HimselfPHJLADSIPmA
t FfflIAX PRILADBLPHL > 3 PHIA Nov JDeepo JDeepoeat 2ft aDespon aDesponelk Despond tmd
elk amecae becKuee eea se he had lost his positioncbul position poeIti and i id
ceuh2 d wIc not marry Harry Brandt BnuMIt eighteen elglrt elglrtyears eon I
years oM of 23S Bergen street street douced Gloueeter s I
ter terTaylnr Hot his sweetheart Miss Mary J j jTa7Jnr
Taylor sixteen years old of 5street S ± LIberty Lftbrtystreet LIbertyreet
street Camden early this morning morningthen and andthen andUteB
then committed suicide The girl will willrecover willreeeTel R Rrecover ilb
recover as the ballet struck her in the theshoulder
shoulder She is in the Cooper Hos Hospital Hospl Ho ¬
pital 1 for treatment treatmentYoung treatmentYeaDg treatmentYoung
Young Brandt escorted < the young gi girl r1
to th tile theater last night They were wereing we weboth e
both apparently happy during the even eve
bit After the performance they went are areto nt
to the girls home and sat in the par parlor b r
for quite a while Brandt finally re reznsriced remarked r rmarked e
marked znsricedTve markedTve markedIve
Tve lost my position I do potto pot care careto eroto
to live any longer and I dent want wantyou want70U wantyou
you to live wlthont me nteWith meWith meWIth
With these woris he drew out a re revolver re revolver r rvotver E ¬
volver and fired at the girl The bull bullstruck bullet bulletstruck bulletstruck et
struck ber fromt te the t e shoulder hfer and she shereaa ran ranscreaming ra n <
screaming se reaa r g from the room Brandt api apiparently a > I IparentJT
parently satisfied cooty picked up upat his hishat
hat at and coat and a left the house housewalked He Hewalked Hewalked
walked a short distance e from the girls girlshome girtshome girl girlhome s I
home and fired a MIllet through his hisheart hisheart h is
heart Death according to physicians physicianswas physicIanswas physicianwas s
was almost instaneous
Revolutionists Who Take I It ItAre ItAre t tAre
Are All Under UnderArrest UnderArrest UnderArrest
Arrest ArrestRANGERS ArrestRANGERS
Appeal to United States From Diaz Diazto Diazto Diazto
to Stop Him From Cross Crossing Crossing Crossing ¬
ing Border Bordernents BorderD BorderDeedp
D Deedp b qi4ents t m nents en t s of f the Day Dayin D Da y ymMef I
in In mMef Mexico MexicoVera MextcoVera co coVera
Vera die retaken by government
troops n in early morning battle
Revolutionists show little resist ¬
ance One = km killed four wounedEvery wouned wounedEvery wounedEveryavaiIabIe
Every EveryavaiIabIe available soldier in Mexico
ordered on duty and heavy force
parades under arms in in aH larger
cities citiesTroops citiesTroops citiesTroops
Troops rushed to northern Mexico
and summer palace of Diaz is isreported isreported isreported
reported U be strongly fortified
Guard is increased increasedSunday increa increasedSunday e eSunday
Sunday bull fights called off in al almost almost almost ¬
most every instance Whereverallowed Wherever Whereverallowed
allowed allowed troops under arms anns are arei
i in the bull rings ringsEL ringsEL ringsEL
EL PASO Texas Nov at 3Limr MJoaJcan r + esjeen B
J troops earl early this morning stormed the thecrowd
town el Sam Cntz and drove out the thecrowd theotthwd
crowd of revdatioaistswko revetatiomsts rewItItfOldstswJloeftr srbjSover srbjSoverj ever everlroweeed
j lroweeed wared d tie ts oateiHie sed oeptocad the tilen then
Ifrtn n ° last a t Irfitfe w oI etggalzed ofeed ed edwas is
9 dstance s nce was offered O ond by the Made Madealmost Mdeds MJuledst ta taalmost
almost aH of whom wore captured Four Fourmen wrmen Pourmen
men are reported r ported to have been wounded
and one titledReports titled kHiedReports kWeCLReports
Reports of this engagement reached
here at soon today faderDespit todayey te BDespite
Despite e the th e fet that It was generally
1teUev believed that plans for the launching
ol thE revolutioR revolution today had bees nipped
hy ey the premature disclosure dI of the
schemes se emes of the plotters
every precau ¬
tion is being taken by y the government
authoritiesAl authorities authoritiesAH a8t orities
AH Al > 1 during the night
troops ware e being
rushed to the northern sections sectl4 D8 of the
country and all the available soldiers sohMersygder
under I DIa Dlazs > iaza
ygder s command slept oa their theirChapultepec
erne annsChapultepec Chapultepec Fortified FortifiedChapultepec FertifiedChJMlltepee
Chapultepec Castle Castle the suamar < MIMe frsmcof
of President ldeDt Diaz DIa is being heavily hear > Ey fK
titled Th The e ancient fortress is on a aafll
hill h I commanding a view of almost tile
entire city and in the last few lays 4aysmasked YK
I masked batteries bav havtf been treat located ed In
the gardens surrounding the aeetIe sUe and
A number of rapid are guns baw Iw e been beendefend
placed ia re diAees
for Ot jD use A
he envy V Shard oC soldiers Is st hand to
defend the place pIa in ease the President
sAouJd ld be forced oned to retire from the theInstetaat Jt
Deal palace palacet palaceIneistant
Instetaat t reports here tell or e frantic
appeals front the Mexican government enameot
to the State te Department at W Washington WashingtonrevolutkinlstK Washingtonaleteero on
t8 t co ent d the return or FraItcIsco L
aleteero a lender lendert 0 the > revolutkinlstK
across fife the border borderMadero bonJerMadero
Madero Leaves San Antonio AntonioFrom AntonioFrom
From San Antonio ADtonlo comes es ai authentic authenticmessage a1llt eftdcDlessage
message this morning that Madero Maderonight Ma4eronflht Taderonight
night before last disappeared 8 from L his
headquarters he dquarters there and nd is believed to
have crossed the border and returned
to his ranch raDC in Coahaila from whence
he will take the bull by the horns and
attempt to start th the revolution at once
It is stated at San Antonio that a
formal request bad been made by the
Mexican government to the United
States authorities to arrest and deliver
Madero basing the t e request on the proc ¬
lamation of revolt issued by Madero Maderothe M en
and the appointments made Ity dm In
the revolutionary army captured in
raids made ma e on the revolutionary meet ¬
ings In Mexico MexicoThese rexlcoThese MexicoThese
These issued ls in San Antonio sfctms sho s
plainly contends Mexico IexJc evidence of
Internationaln conspiracy on n aw his part tlrand and it is isto against t
International Jaw > 101 f er tlr the UDft United States
to permit It ItAdvices itAclrices ItAdrices
Advices from Washington say that nc
formal demand has been made matie but the
report from San Antonio states that
Madero himself fe authority for the thestatement thestatement
statement that at such action has been
takenMexico taken takenMexico tak en enMexico
Mexico has created the office of ofsulate con e Ni881ate <
sulate general at San Antonio and An ¬
tonio V V Lemeit formerly stationed
here has been ordered to the new pest pnecSoldiers
Soldiers SoIa ers Beady for War WarReports
Reports from many different eitfo eitfothroughout eitI titles
throughout Mexico today state that thatheavy
heavy he V detachments of troops are JMt na natrolHn
trolHn trolling the streets In some Instances Instancesthe JD
the soldiers have been marched out into httothe intothe
the plazas as if for drill or exercise exerelsey but
in every ve Instance they ey bear arms and
their cartridge belts bet bristle with wt leaden leadennoses JeIwIeflnoses
noses of Jr bullets bulletsIn bulletsIn bulletsIn
In almost every instance the bull ftghts
have been called off ott and In the few fewcases fewases
cases where they have been permitted permIftedsoldiersat permittedsoldiers
soldiers soldiersat at least a company company heavily heavilyarmed heavilyann
armed ann armedhare edhave have been ordered ordethe to the bull 1
ring Frequently the troops attend tt the
fights in a body bod JMlt but never armed rIIped as asteday ast assearchtng astoday
today tedayThe t
The searching of the houses of all 9us 9uspects SIIS SIISpfCtS
p pects go go s on today In Ctad CIudtl d Juarez JuarezJust J1JIItez
Just rest opposite El Paso every cy Mt 1doc of e pow powder pewder ¬
der that could be secured was wasMugbt wasMugbtan bought boughtand
and an stored gU red away in the custom house houseunder bfuW8uoo
under uoo heal neavy y guard The Thte T ws also dome
In many other localities localitiesAnnouncement JocaIltJ6Annol1ciement
Announcement Annol1ciement was made that the theContinued theContinued theContinued
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