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ABILENE WEEKLY ItErXECUiH, AC ILEX E, KASHAS, OCTOBER , JOIO.
ewdBtPajsw" Tv- PRESIDtENT TAFT'S UK REWARDS ON THE TRAIL OF u2sk.aa FOR DYNAMITERS ' Already $18,500 Is Offered for Los It is Known Where the' Explosive His First Political Address In Con gressional Campaign. Angeles Fiends. Was Bought. ' ' .. MAY BE INCREASED TO $50,00C HAD ROOMS ACROSS THE ALLEY HE DEFINES A "PROGRESSIVE" all ii' "" '-tP KEYNOTE SPEECH - riv Bodies Hsv Been Reeoveres From Ruins of Timet Building Two Other Attempt! Discovered. Los Antelet. Oct S. An attempl daatrov the residence of Gen. Hr rison Gray Otli, publisher of tba Loi Ana-eles Times, by meant 01 an m (ernal machine, wat made Saturdaj l aftArnoaD. Following It doei the explotloi which with treat Ion or lire, aesiruy d the building! and plant of th ' Timet, a tuspected effort to blow ui the auxiliary plant of that paper and tha findlnc of a powerful tniernai ma cbint In the reildence of Secretary Zeehandelaar of the Merchant!' ant ' Manufacturer!' association, the city has been aroutcd to an Intense ttate at lutpente and excitement Quarreled With Unions. ' For 20 yean, following a Quarrel with the Typographical union,-wblcb ntulted In making the Timet a con anion osner. Den. Otlt bat fought wnionlsm with every resource at bit command. He bat been ably seconded la tbl fight by the Merchant!' and ' Manufacturer!' aetodation, whoie secretary waa the object of frnttrated 4yiiamltlng Saturday, ' Development! la the Timet dis aster are: Five bodies recoveaed from rulnt, one Identified at that of X Weiley Reaves, stenographer one atherMbat of Howard Courdaway, Jlnotype operator, otbera unidentified. City of Loa Angelea increatei r ward from 12,600 to I 10,000 for appro Iwiuloa of any peraon or penont wbo crated explotlon leading to deatruc tioa of Tlmea building. Total reward Ml outstanding 118,600. Merchant! considering advlaablllty offering an additional reward of 150,000. ' , A Mytterloua Purehaie. Discovery of new and authentic clew to mytterlout purehaie of 600 pound! of blgb grade explotlve, which it la thought wat uaed to dynamite Tlmea building. The flrat body recovered from the rulnt wat tbat of J. Wesley Reavei, which waa recovered at 8:30 Saturday night At 2:30 yeiterday morning workmen found below the ttairway of the building the remains of a body supposed to be that of Harry Lv Crane, assistant telegraph editor of Timet. The remain! were not Identified posi tlrely. . An hour later another body wat re covered. There wat no Identification possible In thlt case but because of lta positl.a near that of remains of Crane, it It believed to be the body af R. L, Sawyer, 4b telegraph opera tor wbo wat at Crane's tide when the atalrway collapsed, dropping both Into the fiery pit beneath. A beautifully touching and pathetic act occurred at the rulnt when two firemen tcaled laders placed at the front of the wrecked building and draped the American Hag at halt matt e the blackened walL From early morning until htte at aight the police lines were pressed by a tremendous throng of people. It waa an orderly throng, no Jostling, no trouble of any kind, a sorrowful, allent people, gailrg Intently at the taaat of ruins and the throng of men working among them, held silent with a great feeling of sympathy, a com--Bum, bond of sorrow for those who with tear' dimmed eyea and drawn wacea, watched and waited for those who never will come to them again. For 12 hours at a stretch the officers etood guard duty. Capt. Lenhausen at the Central station caused notices to be posted temporarily suspending all police vacations and ordering all mem ben of the department to work 12 bour shifts. Tea thousand dollars will be paid by the dty of Loa Angelea for Infor mation leading to the arrest and con viction of any person or persons who , Intentionally caaaed the destruction af the bulking. The rewaM was Increased following ' a cuasBltatloa la Chief Oalloway't of , Sea, A 'reward of 13,500 bad been of ' end Saturday. Sunday morning tsars Im t at the Investigating commit e Mayor Alexander. Chief Galloway aad others met la the chief's office. Whea the meeting adjourned Mayor Alexander Bade the announcement hat Us reward had been Increased sta 110,000. The mayor requested the raanrapapera bad bewa ageacte to antread the reward and terms broad--cast stating the liberal terma oader arkJck It n made. The offer of the dty as mad la aa follows: 'A reward of 110.00 (tea thousand Mart) la' hereby IrV-t any per - awt ar persons furnishing Information which will lead to the arreet and con atctioB of any peraoa or persons who intentionally eaased the destruction of th balding of the Lee Angeles Times the morning of October 1. 151(1. '.Ded "GEO ROB ALEXANDER, Hit or of the City of Los Atrelfi" Tbe rewards outstanding sow I ,.!al of this amount, the Los ABffles Eismlner his offered f 1 .HM; I rrre cfties of the Isbor unions (",( and the ct'y of Los Awteles t ,, Ts total of tha reward may Two Men Who Hired the Room Have Not Been Seen Since Total Reward Now Amounts to 73,800. Us Angeles, Oct 4. It It expected tbat arreett In the dynamite outrage! of tbe Timet building and at tbe home of Gen. Otlt and Secretary Zeebande laar of the Merchants' and Manufac turerf association will be made In San Francisco to-day. Attorney Earl Rogen it accompanying two detec Uvea from Lot Angelet wuo believe they are close on the trail of culprit! according to statements by police. , With tbe further removal of debrli from Ink alley tbe police declare they have ound the actual spot where the bombs were exploded and that the dy namlte was brought there tbroughl tha rooming house which adjoint the Timet building on the east Rooms Across Alley. Leading down from the rooming bouse Is an outside stairway that ends In Ink alley. Right at the foot of the ttairway It a window and about 11 feet further down tbe alley It another window each opening Into the ground floor of the lodging bouse. Two men hired tha room opposite ijn m nn Thursday. Mrs. Shapiro, the landlady, admits tbe hat not seen them since the evening before the ex plosion, The police therefore ngure th,i th man brouaht the dynamite In to the room In their luggage, made the bombs and by limply crossing a four foot ball, were In the dark kitchen with tba atalrway leading down , to Ink alloy. Tbeoollce declare the bomot were t,aa nrninnlta the two shattered windows and that the men then could either have made their way to Broad- wav or returned through the kltcnen and have gained the street by the hotel entrance, without causing com ment. a reward of 150.000 cash for infor mation leading to the arrest and con viction of the perpetratora of the is .Aneclee Timet dynamiting out rage was offered by a committee rep resenting the Merchants' and Manu facturers' association and professional men of this city. This brings the total reward to far up to g73,600. , , Pellcfe Have Clue. The notice are working on a clue which they are firmly convinced estab luhei the aenesls of the explosive found In the Infernal machine placed under tbe home of F. J. Zeebandeiaar, secretary of the Merchants' and Manu facturers' association, last Friday night, and which failed to explode. This bomb contained 16 sticks OI ctant celntine. commonly known as dynamite. Thli gelatine was 80 per cent explosive power, which Is seldom made by powi?r companies, and It Is this fsrt that gives peculiar force to the police due Each stick of the dyuan.ua was stained with the In sctlytlon of tie Cllnt Powder com pany, at Giant. Cat., and 'bore the packing date of September 20. They have discovered tbat 6.0 pounds of this explosive wss ordered by two men wbo gave their names a? A. J. Bryson and William Morris. On September 21 the launch Peer lest, called at the works at Giant 21 miles north of Oakland. The 600 pounds of dynamite was loaded Into the launch and receipted for by Leon ard. A TEST IN FEEDING H0RSFS Cavalry and Artillery Animals Will Be Used at Fort Riley. Junction City, Kaa., Oct 4. Nutri tion experiments In which tha Kansas State Agricultural college and the war department will co-operate, will begin October 7 at Fort Riley. The experiment will be In charge df Prof Klnxer, head of the department of ani mal husbandry at the agricultural col lege, and will be the most complete test that haa yet been made. The 880 horsea of the cavalry and artillery commands will be divided Into squads, one of which will be used as a check squad to which will be fed tha regulation army ration of 11, pounds of aala aad 14 pounds at wild hay. Seventeen other (rasps will each be given a dlffereat eeablnatioa ot foods. The results wilt ha of great value la tha way ot larormatloa tc the government aa well at to horse owners all over the ooeatrs. . HELP FROM THE BANKERS Tha National Atseelstlen at Lea Aaaelea Voted gMOO te Find Dynamite. Loa Angeles, Oct . The thirty sixth annual convention ot tha Ameri can Bankers' aaeoclattoa met here with 1.S0S delegtrt in attendant. The 8rtt reeoluUoa that came hetora the eoaveotlo provided for aa appropria tes of '.H'9 to he used for the relief of the fmius at tha Los Anrttka Times Sr victlcs. It ! s!op!L Gave All Factlone Credit for Recent Legislation and Complimented Forroor President Roosevelt New York, Oct 3.-Presldent Tail made public bit definition of "pro gressive Republicanism" and gave definite notice ot bis jMendly feeling toward tbat wing of the party. The occasion waa bit first political address of the congressional cam paign, a "keynote" speech delivered before the banquet of the National League of Republican clubs. A "pro gressive Republican," according to tbe vlewt ot tha president, It "on who recognizes existing and concrete evils and who Is in favor ot practical and definite steps to eradicate them," Three timet during the tpeech he referred In complimentary termt to ex-Pretldent Roosevelt, first thanking him aa the executive whose adminis tration marked a rising tide of prog ress for the party; again, at being chifly Instrumental In organizing a crusade agalnat political corruption; and finally, without mention of bit name, as "heartening the causa of Republicanism by a brave declaration of principle," In the convention at Saratoga, No One Waa Read Out There wat no "reading out" of "In surgents" In the president e tpeech; no repetition of hit Winona utterance. Instead, the president sought to leave tha Impression tbat tha work In con gress had been achieved by a united party. ' After enumerating tha legisla tion enacted, he declared: "Tbe extraordinary achievement! of thlt congress may fairly be said to be part of a great Republican movement At all shared In the work, ao we all must share1 In the satisfaction of ac complishment . It marks the rising tide of progress that began at the end of a Democratic panic when William McKlnley waa our leader and that continued throughout tbe two admin istrations of Theodore Roosevelt. It Is peculiarly a Republican distinction that our party has been able to place on the statute books far-reaching rem edial legislation touching the very vitals ot our social and economio structure without Involving the coun try In financial disaster. I,,,),., ,; kj 'A party of true progress Is not a party ot radicalism. . It'll not a party of ultra-conservatism.'' , ? THE SAILORS WERE POORLY FED The 12,000 Men of the North Atlantis Fleet Had No Plonlo at Target Practice. New York, Oct. 3. There It much dissatisfaction among the 12,000 man of tha North Atlantic fleet over the quality of be food served them while on their recent cruise for target prac tice. Although no formal complaints have been made, the men discuss It freely among themselves. Many of tbem declare that not only was the food supply short on many ot the battleships, but that In several Instances all thejnest on-hoard waa tainted and thrown away. - The only food we had" said one of the men. waa Canned Willie that's corned beef, dehydrated potatoes and hobbled eggs. Hobbled eggs are egg- powder. - It comet In barrels and It It cooked up with flour and water Into an omulet. "Tha men on the . South Carolina had the wont time. The refrigerating plant on that ship went bad and tbey could not keep any kind ot food. No, we don't blame tha skippers. It it not their fault Tha trouble la the lack of commissary officers, asome of the ships have not any and the pay masters yoeman does tha work .In addition to hit own. It It too much work tor one man and consequently tha sailors suffer. EMPLOYES H0L0 CONVENTION The National Federation of Those Em ployed by Statse, Tewns and ' Citlea Gather. Worcester, Mass.. Oct 1 The an nual convention of the National Fed eration ot Bute, City and Town Em ployee waa held la thla city yester day with President Michael F. O'Brlea la tha chair. The dalegatea cams from aQ parts ot the country, and there was lively discussion at plana for bettering tha conditions ot their employment, especial attention being gives to the encroachment of the aoa tract system on municipal aad state wallowed Nine tpeana. Concord. N. H Oct tV Nine spoons were found la th stomach of Miss Catherine Moher ot Manchester, an Inmate of the state hospital for the In sane. A rw daya aao.ons af the at tendaata saw the womaa swallow a teaspoon. Medical assistance .wis summoned, but she died within a short time. As tutopty revvaird tin ifowis, all eirept ess of taws (war W' : 1 MIMHVVICKWIrHOQ ' dMtdbdX) , The man or young manr who wants something to fit him and looks right can't help but call for a fall suit or overcoat made by Hirsh Wickwire. Call at this store and ask to see them. " ?'"; We have one of the most beautiful lines of waistcoats you ever looked at. All new. . .V' : . K ; : ' ..V The new shapes and styles shoes in the Walk Over shoe will be found here. ' ft r JOHW eeisiD FELL serious Accident At , ' Parade. Kansas City ME LIST OF INJURED LARGE lutt aa Head of Proceaslon Reached i Them the Structure Collapsed -A Few Seriously , Injured. Kansat City, Oct 6. At leatt 60 people were Injured, many of them terloutly when a review stand for tbe Priests of Pallas parade, erected on the northeast corner of Eleventh itreet and Troost avenue collapsed. The ttand, CO feet long by 1C feet leep was crowded to ltt utmost ca pacity and the list ot Injured was largely Increased by the fact that the rear end was build upon low ground, throwing everyone In the front seats back upon those who were Sitting at the top. 'The police patrol in four motor art the advance of the multicolored Priests of Pallas Athene was Just passing tha stand, when the supports :ollap(ed and 400 spectators were thrown Into a screaming heap. The corner was dark, but with the search light on the police motor turned upon the wreckage, police officers Jumped nto the tangled pile, pulling out the victims. i Carpenter Was Arrested. -George Van Loon, a carpenter, 1221 Harrison street who erected the rraadstand and told the seating priv ilege, was arrested and held at tha polles station. Th lights lad been turned out along the routs oa Tenth street, hut In tha darkness were mesosa thousands of spectators. Every seat In tbe grand stand had beea sold. An hour ths jrewd had waited for the pared fhea over tha kill at Forest aveaue tha lights of the polio motor cars were seen, followed by tha gaily decorated ear at tha director. "He It eomee!" Iks shoot waa takes P by th thoa- saada. roar hundred pairs at eyes in Lb grandstand tamed to tha advaac- tng car. Tour tuner spectators shoved and poshed their way tor a better vtew. Th Stand CellapMd. Th grandstand Altered. Then th support ander tha mmai section cmfked d tb ats bra to fail rtri )ust ! middle rows sank to tbe s-sixl. l-st U.-S .took th u:por ABILENE'S : . ' " t'i, . ! . :.' Hew Clothing Store OPPOSITE BREWER'S Headquarters for Low Prices on Clothing This is the first real reason for the AbileneJClothing Co, as we came in a little late for the spring trade. We are here now m full'blast for the'fall trade. This store isjust chuckedjfull of new goods for fall. No accumulations of old stock, everything absolutely new. . ' - I irsii! AYickwire Suits and Overcoats $20.00 and up f 1 Ltm9 EDDY, JR., Pgr. Hota the other tectlons and "row after row of men, women and children were falling Into the tangled heap of bodlet and timbers. The spectators on the outer rows tried to Jump, but the col lapse came so suddenly that few es caped In that way. A panic followed. Men and women fought In the dark to pull themselves out ot the tangled mass. Children were knocked down and trampled on. Everybody forgot everything except to get out ot the dark struggling hole. Tha searchlight of the police motor car was turned upon the Wreckage. It was only this that prevented a greater panic and more severe lnjurlee. Bergt C. W. McQuaid and Lieut. Charles Ed wards, leading a patrol of police of fiecera, pluged into the tangled pile, pulling out a woman here and a man there. , Other officers stood at the edge of tha pile and took the In lured aa they were handed out. Many of the persons pulled from the heap by the police were uninjured, but had been burled in the mass. Many with scratched facet and cut arms and legs ran Into the 'crowd to get away. TARIFF SCHEDULES HELD UP Foua Hundred Railroads Must Walt Until February t for Cement Rates to Become Effective. "Washington, Oct.' 5. Four hundred railroads of the country had their tariff schedule on cement shipments to the Pacific coast auapended by the interstate Commerce commission. These rates were to become effective October II. The commission haa car rled the new rates which are as ad vance over tha old until February I before they shall become effective. Tha arder of th commission an nounces that there la reasonable grounds for complaint that the saw rates oa cement Ume, lumbar and other commodities inoluded in the eutpended schedules are unreasonable aad anluat la that they are too high aad proails la ths shippers a care ful Investigation, .., . Oklahoma Convict Captured. Pawnee, Ok, Oct . Sharif Foia- dexter of Pawn county rescind a saae from California announcing that Ered Procter aa earaned convict from - tb Kanaas penitentiary wa waa sesteaced te a Ufa term frotn Oklahoma for ssardarlng Mrs. . 'W. Burr at Shawn, bad .hea eaptared la that stats. Bsrif( Pumroy left Im mediately tor California. Tart at Glng t Panama. BTrlT. Oct l President Taft It going to Panama If not la Novwber, aa btofor planned, thea early In March, immediately after th acjourn- aieat ot eoar?. Newt of th slid that has Occurred In Csbra cut snaJsce It a-"" Important than vr (or Us president U V!(t til UtaiSBS. nil 1U 6UARAHTY UVV NOW IH FORCE 1)' JUDGE POLLOCK'S INJUNCTION , FINALLY DISSOLVED. Kanaaa Bank Commissioner J. N. Dollsy Is st Liberty to Continue Operation of Law, Kansas City,-Oct. 5. The Kansaa Bank Deposit Guaranty law, the oper ation, of which haa been suspended ' several months by Injunction proceed- Inga brought by national and state bankers, again It In fores and J. N. Oolley, the Kansas bank commission er, Is free to resume hit work of or ganisation under the guarantee do- posit tystem. ' Judge John C. Pollock In the United , States circuit court In Kansas City, Kan., made the order on application of Fred S. Jackson, attorney general, directing that the mandate of tha United States Court of Appeals dis solving the Injunction be spread on the records of his court. He alto di rected that Mr. flolley be notified tbat the law again was in force. it was Judge Pollock who granted the injunction that suspended the operation ot thelaw and the organisa tion ot. the tystem of guaranteeing deposits ot Kansaa banks proposed by t ' While an appeal it to be taken :rom tha United States Court ot Ap peals to the United States auprem tourt for a further hearing, tha in- , junction la dissolved sod there Is nothing la the way of carrying out the provisions ot ths law. At ths time of the suspension ot ths law 391 ot tbe 800 stat banks la Kan saa and complied with Hi requlra--nentt si to admission to benefits ai der ths guaranty system. It was said that nearly all ot tha 00 state banks soon will take advantage of . It TOO DANGR0US' FOR 01DFIELD PMd Manias That Hs Is Hs Will Not Drlvs hi Grand Frlas ' New Tork. Oct I. Th appaussg number at persons killed and Injured la the Vandsrbllt cup rae Saturday saorrUig haa caused mack doabt at M whether the Grand Prtss race Will be run October IS. Already one driver, Barney 014 field has withdraws aa others are oa pcted to tak similar action. Old eld a despatch emit from Chlcag U his manager William Pickers la New Tork nrads: "Withdraw say 'entry from graad pris rac ante eosrs will bs guarded completely by troop. I am nnw'.l'.lsg te risk my ack and car te nil tha ccfir ot parsimonious pro moters wha pockt entraar fe and MmitsSoa charges tad spend aothlsg i to safeguard driver aad SFi.t. )f Jri