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'I l l .S A. S 'I'I !!. The temper ature: M hxi iimi in 104, minimum 7. Southeast winds mill clear. mo.Rsnj:ng WASHINGTON'. S.t. 4 .'nrf 1 .til 4 ). la Iw.iii.i : ( 'mil ilHH'il u.itnt aiiil iinlial)lv fdij' l-tnluy iiimI S.i 1 di d. i , n i l- leased wire AHonTrci riu:K REPoivr. nn, ii.asiji mm: ahmm-i vit. i pki ss iti rum, VOL V I J I . NO. no 4 TI'UA, OKLAHOMA Hi I 1AY. S I. TK M M I! I.' 1!M r 1; h !: 1 ' 1 v k r k x t 1 m ym. - am mm w rj.AJ-Yn L 1 I - I REPORTED 10 6E Slf I Sli i;vmti: im.m wwi: IN IU:iMMl'S ill i;i;k M . h l.l'T EIIIIiiE (MSf DESOLATED All T..WD- AIiiiiu Voilli 4'aiollim Const Milli'i . il 1 1 n x II ., In 1 li Tcriil'lo Moiin. KAI.KIGII. N. C., Sept. 4 I'dadc. i.f Novvli.-t n. mic ..f th" stale's leading lumber mill 1 t -r 1 . lust 1 'in K from WMMngtoii, X- '.. declared there was a tooling "I coruiiitv Unit in rnonke Island. "II U:.' coast, was a se-sw i'l u s rut ,-r.la.v 's hurricatic, ami Dial mil a living soul .'I' III. near l five Iiiim.Jiv.I people of til.' island escaped. This belo-l iui.s based on tli.' high till'' in I'amlii'.. sound. Mnro hoad ' 1 1 . ILaufort. N w 1 1 i 1 1 . 'ii Ji -Minion. Hush. r.,. Hell Haven nn1 ib.z . ns of other small l"ns nil id,- cast ai r i -1 1 1 : . 1 1 as Inn inn groat losses Ij-oin I In- f i i .v .il' I In- gab-. Al W a-diinglon lln- waii-r m- o.iisl deep in lii" ,-lroet. Two I'ii lima. I l.r ily-s. ..in' a mill' linn;. ..I I In- N..I 1"IK Suiiili.rn Inn- wie wash.il away, docks, lam. V. a I i iii.ilM-s residences aii'l a .oh mil. I in.l.lii' hii'ldiu". vv ro stroyi il ami i lir-c i isi.ns e re potted d-ad. In Ni'vin'in Ui.- water v. -is several f i t (li-i-ii In ih.' streets. !i number I'f Ml 1111 11 V ,'SH Is Wore HU'lk, pill-lie bridges destroyed in.il lumber mills bully datiing-ed. Id'll lliu, n Ipi'il ( tin. I MAKI.itTTI-:. N. i'. S' lit 4 S' , 'lion nf ih-fii'iiiinii mull ir1iinlly lh,' ,'ii'lr,' Xurlh Carnlimi rn.'i.il ns lh,' 1-,'KUll ,if yi'st.-nlav '. hnrrh-iiiu'. hi palrln s 'us' i i.inlim In nier the ma k -hIiII t llm h of i'ommunl.'iill"II iii'll.-al,. ttini the Inwn ,.f H, ' lhiy.'n is w'lif.l ..ff I he mu.K while W.-iHh-Imjt.in. X. I'., nut only miflered frnm 'he wln.1, lint iilwri lust lienvlly In flnmls. The I" mi In Kenufort . ounty. In which WiiHhlridton la Hltunted, will exceed $2,000,000, U la estimated to 11 i 14 lit. HiIi1k".' were swept awiy hv the hli.h waters and the wind at Wash ington, where bulldlnim rrumpleil un der the fury of th blast, an they did at Morehead city. (Irlenti', Hav Mlro and other towns. I'lre Flroke Out. At Nerhern aeyeral streets were In undated and thoroughfares were lin ed with debris. The damage In that city alone probably will exceed $500,000. To add to h terror of the citizens, fire broke out during the tempest and was controlled with dif ficulty. Two ralnlroad bridges, one of them a mile long. were swept away. In Aurora, fifteen houses were de stroyed, while at Van.iemerP the damage win heavy, one firm alone declaring Its loss to be at least $40,000 In this city more than 200 cattle and hn;s were drowned and tonight their carenrses were lying In the stre-s, a Ki'il.ills menace to tile public lnlth. Tliniiph.Mii eas crn North Cn'rnllna, crowing crops are ylrtually a total loss and ! -.Iliuiil,' of the devastating cllVcts of the wind ami rain cannot be made tonight. sa.onn.oun n, W ASH I Ni i'l'i i., X. ('., Sept. 4. Damage estimated at more than three million il,, liars uas done here in I IVaiifort Mjnnty, yesterday by n dcs. ! ti n.-livi' hurrl. anc. 1'ntil tonight this -uiinin was cut off from coin- iiiiimcition. even telegraph and lele v i n - wire haMii'; h.'cn down, A ,1,-lui'c ot rain a. coiiiian, il the i. ml and llic I'aiiillio river ovcr t'.ow.d lis hanks. iniimlaliiiK a large p.-rtioti of the lai.'iiii"ss and niaiiu-la.-lurim! ilisiic-l perc. Many lar loi i, s al'.in; Mo- alcr front were completely il.-sti nv nl. Shipping snf Icr.'il heavj dam, ma. Xo loss of life has hern leport '. UKAU'UKT, X. C, Sept. 4.- Havoc has been wrought In this vicinity ly a storm whi. h swept along the .North Carolina coast yesterday. Mall b nits limn Core souiul. reported thai an i wharves for a distance of 2a miles had been destroj cd, several houses blown down and hundreds of cattle and horses drowned. Xo lives were reported lost. Alans small craft in Heaiifort har bor capsized or were smashed against I wharves of the breakwater. i There hus been no news from the sea, the wlrelss fetation being out of j i oinnilssion, I Mostly 'white and dcs!,l:', i,r' ,,lt "ml h" ma' he ln,crnu" - , lnlured. lllfTS ailtl attOrnOOllS, at ll lanois Hope sustained a fracture ,1 , , . . . of the loft elbow, a double fracture Al)OUt SeVOnty-tlVf aild ITI ,,f the left wrist and a seserely sprln- enough, and hea mVI ll (lit SS III III aild hoapS Of tllCin $7.50. J 1 vou have the privilege 1 -rl . , I same yaiue. ji a two lor; This mominir nt nino n JillS niOlTJlIlg ai IllUO a "" xiiv.uuii these will not he able to n automobile. j -wj- tf ! Van Puren said that his ear was IflfTprig flnn VOIIP travelinir about ST. miles im hour We Tiave about 150 V 01! C'ruiT I sing "Hm CoiisliliTiitlnn. fresh, new goods, worth l'prn!cn.ee Diiee AVhite with lane n "n" " ,n" "'i"" "f """'" a dis- 1 , , , "itrlct Judge to take the place vacated White With eOIOrS, ROlt 111 lv .'mlge l.oofbourrow. who was dls- it frbt judge In the nineteenth district, COllarS. I,ut appointed to the supreme bench. This will lP Viitir l.isf , " ls hr,'r l," suecensor to l.onfbotir XIIIS Will HP JOIIV la.Sl ( rw ,,,, ,,, n!imed before the the last lot tin' e.snn "" "f tn" wr,k A p,'w ppi,an ,. counlv Judge of Cimarron county. (olJJ1Kl( W ith tb" withdrawal of other candi THE Ul Mrs. Laura Renter Who Will Be Tried in Bartlesville Sept. 22 IrW -..ii: - - ' X - . v - v l , (V ' ' lit' p., . .27, - i 1 1. 1 a nr. Now thai sh- has fully r.-aa I her lu allh. Mis. I.a i.ra !:, liter of 1 city cxprcssi's tic wish thai sh t h: he ' of I tried Ilium iliali-lv nil lh.' charge ! being the prime mover i:i Hi - pi ot that resulted In the nni'-ihr i husband as he lav asleep In tli 1 her he.l- room of their horn sixteen inoni hs ago. dent story Mrs. Keiiler's i oiins'-l is eonll- being Hu.r ahle to dis'.'iint the I!, 'Hew, the chauffeur, xo'i li ACTOK Si:itl()lil,V lU IlT l IX AITO a((iii:nt, lailiic I'urtv Injured When Machine Turned Turtle and OiIihii's Daughter Will IMe. HAUTI'tKI, fonn., Sept. 4. Thrown from their speeding automo bile when It struck a garbage wagon two miles irom this city today, and all seriously Injured, tleorge M . Co han, his 13-year-nlil daughter. Ueorgia Cohan: Wallace Ed. ling. 'f. leading man lor Mr. Cohan's play; FrnnclM Hope, Mr. Cohan's confiden tial secretary, and William Van Hu reii. chauffeur, wore rushed to the Hartford hospital, where at a late hour tonight 11 was said that Mr. Cohan and the other men, nlthough seriously iniurc.l. would nrohnhlv re cover, hut the recovery of the daugh ter is diuihtf ill. Toe parlv was York to Hartford I for t he ii, w play ti led out here. Tli i ger's machine. Tw -miiiL' from Xovv begin rehearsals whi'-'n is to he were ih Eibl-n-luilos sou i n from Hartford. Van Huron. who was a I tli" wheel, till lie, I out i J Th.- drlv ct ,,f I hi' vv ai I left am! Uie auiom I horse a ml went Inl,, p:iss ii wagon. -ii t urn, "I In the bib strii.-k lh" in onihankmi nt and turned turtle. All five passengers syeie thrown out. i'assing automohlles were used 'as ambiilala cs to take the injur. nl 10 ! the hospital. 1 It whs at first thought Cohan was fatally hurt, hut the phvsi'-ia I'S said it -."gilt the patient probably would I be able to leave his bed within a week or two unless It should develop that he was lnlured internally. His hurts consist o fa dislocated shoulder and a possible fracture of the left shoul der, a serious scalp wound and other cuts. .Miss Cohan has a fracture at the base of the brain and minor Injuries. She has been unconscious since the accident. Surgeons hold out little hope for her recovery Wallace Eddineer's fare, hands and ,(1 (.rit,.. The chanfleur. an 1Ulr"n' has abrasions oe thf head and 11 enl over the eve. " a" , few Wi cording to an Buren nnu the itnesses of the uooident, the col- tision was due partly to the peed at w,,l(h ,llp a'"r"'",,,le a i,irR,.v to the carelessness or lg- driver of the gariuice ....,,.., ,hn ,;H,ril.l. who drose hi horse directly Into the path of the dates, nunoiiun uie wic 1101 rin u -.y i limii'ate.l. It was supposed the field had been 1-ft cbur. tlovernor Cruce bad Hinted, bow ever that no mun not la Ciit'e suppoi -'.-r. need expect any jci-nid - raiioii for the pUt'e. GEORGE COHAN INJURED m?NY ROADS IMPROVED j i i ::. 'iiei.) .'hose test imoin- for lh" pros,- ut ,i,n r -Slllt'-d III the , ,H, v 1,'lj, n o'' Joe i:,ik,-t. ail'-i: d ,o t-i.il assass'ii, and I J 1 1 V Mai l-'.eli v.le. Wh.ise love fill Mrs. It, -ul,r is sj!,I I,, have In .-n the mo tive tor the . rime. More than 1 t a witness, s will he call, d to tcsllf, ai the trial, and all of Mrs. Router's ti"lghlior.s have announced Ui.'lr will ingness to take llu- -land on her he half, in I he belli f that she is a per secuted woman. TWO AHK.VXS AS iO()I) HOADS DAY'S IIKIXJ Hi:SI I.TS. Uelweeii Two and TliriN Hundred Milt's of Highways Improved Hy Citizen Volunteer. 1 I.ITTI.K ItOt'K, Ark.. Sept. 4. Ue I ports from all parts of the state in dicate that the second of Arkansas good roads days, fixed by proclama tion by fiovcrnor Hays was observed with scarcely less enthusiasm than ; the first, held yesterday. ! While it is impossible to secure I definite information, reports show that at least two or three hundred miles of highway were put in fine condition. As a result of the two days of toil the roads .,f Arkansas lire in boiler condition than ever be fore In the history of the slate. Covernor Hays tonight expressed i himself as sui prised ami d, lighted over the amount of work done. "The slille movement has exceed ed niv iiin.-t sanguine expeolat ions." Ic- miuI. "X'ev.t yi'nr 1 shall ii'i.nn ihsinale ! I I Jl 1 1 - il . on! .lent 1 hill t he r, ; lei I am suits wiil lar tins vear. The 1 me nuel is by ihe ; pi" that lll. v am of good roatls for the future surpics even llnni' o thin;; thai lias 1 i -- t he spii it ma nil'esl' d of Co- si.it-. It :ih"W iiliVe lo tli" pr n -iples ami this fart promises of the stale." All but 2U out of lb counties of Hie stete responded to the gov ' ernor's call, and all hut one or two of those who did not respond s'-tit messages to give the governor assur ance they would hold good roads days as soon as rain fell to soften the roads. At lirinHey nearls- every business place svas closed while the citizens worked cutting a road out of the virgin forest. This is to be part of the Little ltocl(-Memphis highway, and the men will keep at work for a week until the road is completed. At rayetteville and Springdale. In Washington county, the citizens were awakened at 7 o'clock by music of bands, svhi. h escorted the workers to the place of work. At W'uldron the workers were led by the Heyerend W. C. Milliard, a Methodist minister, who weighs more than. 300 pounds, but who set a lively pace despite his handicap of wig!,. Governor and Mrs. Major of Mis souri left for home this morning. The Missouri executive expressed himself as delighted at the work that had been done in Arkansas. A Hcsolntlon Itrcwlng. SAX .ll'AN DKL SCR. Nicaragua. Sept. 4. The Nlcaragunn government i has rushed arms to Grenada and oth er points In anticipation of a possible revolutionary' movement. Reports are current of a liberal plot against the government and the discovery Is al leged to hnvj been made that the con spirators have planned a simultane ous rising at Managua and Leon. May Heduoe loaiirancv Hate. PAN FRANCISCO, flept 4. In crease of Insurance rt and a re duction In the membership of the In surance board were discussed tonight at the annual convention of the Na tional Association of Letter Carriers. The delegates voted ugalnst the pro posed changes, but both questions will be submitted to a referendum vote of policy-holder!. The proceeding Instituted against the rommlttei by George Tworgr, of llrooklyn, who was refused a seat as delegates, were dismissed today. The court ruled It had no Jurisdiction. ii;sr ri-i it i i it issi i n IN Uhl.AIIOM iKI.A IH i.M i I I V, S.'it (. - Ml. I'll,.:, -: I I,. ill HlMilli' iM M.iiiau.i "( Ihf TuUi WniM, Tul.-a uk'' i i , 1 1, All.. n ' (if.iu!ali ' :i 1 llahh. II, a,..- ami i mimh.r .-I II..' TMni Maily "I M v III. h a,i. 1 1 .ui ,. Siiii.Iii, Auuutt .H.-i I'r.'in a n.-u -...i ,,-r sian.l I'.'lnl it is ,l i I,, Tnl.. i ami lh.' .-i, u,- ,,i i i!,,,h"ii.-i. ami hi mv . ' , 1 1 1 . , . m lh,, 1,,-si tiiimli. i , v. i is-.ii, , h, ill, HI. III'. V ntirs . i 1 1 i. h w . i: . i;i si ii; TEDDY ADVISES l l l.l.s ,i i I It i Ht I n -l i; II M:..l s (. s' HIM '.iriiirr r. will. Mil lliiiarly iniii;ii, Taiiiiimnv I i ( -, tor l lirli n. silllll oil .,l .'Ml, l- Slll,T. AI.KANV. N T, ,,,T,. (,i, n.r Su iz.'i- i I'.KKll'f. I .1 Ml w -i Hi i.-f.-r.-ii. llivl , ha' I IVh' ll "'HIt', i I ii l-'ll.-l ! I., 'h, il-- h. '.el i: I.IM I W ' 1 1 -. Ii l-l1 : 1 b - .-arl'c-a '-in,-I lh,- ,-harges ic ,1 . b iv crn or ,';.. i IV I " , lil-l V'oil. ,e 1" .,v with e letter public l"'l.o 111 HI . ",'!) ,'V pla nil I ."I, Mill the MopeaellOlenl tll.ll.' .leclir.'il. I'. 'loll, -I Ifoo.'V ,-lt's i' ; follows: "i in lay r.-i in ii Ii "in cciv ell your I wo h 1 1 I s. i t hoioughlv' iiiul ! st. i nd given at ,;,IV el IC II tter In part riy.oiia I re I belles e I the .you rsoii assa ult I have who hc bclicve, has ani- now luir.g nri.le upon Vet to meet a single t rcvos, or even pretends to that a single lion, si motive mated the proc-e, lings of your aulas onlsts. From Mr. Murphy himself to the legislators who obeyed his In bttuotu.ns, there is no possible iiies tion that all your assailants are Ihe ( n.imles of the puhllr and that their alio Is to ae.juire the evil domination of the state government, and that the conspiracy against you has not one saving Impulse behind It that can In the remotest degree be ascribed to patriotism or civic spirit or to any thing case the basest Impulse of crooked politics. We have never seen a more startling example of the pow er of the Invisible government under the present system. "The extraordinary thing Is that the 'conservatives." upholders of this presold system, should have witness ed the decrees of the Invisible gov ernment carried out within 24 hours and who nsertheb'ss denounced as revolutionary our proposal for changes in Ihe form of government sv hereby the .leliberale Judgment of the maiority of the vol. is may be ixeciiled within a spin c of time no shorl-r than that r"iu:re.l for the ,X',-utlon ,f their deliberate Judg ment in the choice of a president of ll,,- I'nlled Slates. "l.i-t me add one thing, my dear ;-ov "i t'or. V we il to yourself i, ml to all 111".' who have supported vou to Inl.-- the earliest opportunity o answer Ihe i ll.tlgeS lllllde lltaillSt v.u. That lh" purposes Ol thoS' la ; i -i.'ing tin- .barges are wholly evil I ii, i s ll. it all honest 111. -II f. el. .VI,. r,-..v r, I .mi sure t b it hoiiesl no n I that th. . vo, ;,- (..- ,,.: up i" iv ,-rno , nt i w h.-n i! ' sa-ilt mad,- upon you i i line lo your having t he priio-i pi. s of good ml dm nl citiz "iiship. IS line.-S a I V' to d f V t ll" v'.IM of the bosses and e'U.eeially of stand in the way the corrupt selu'in f th- two parlies our own. ami to ,f the success of i f the party m:i- , lllliel V. "lint tlu-re Is also among bolus, m.-n :i desire for a full and straight forward explanation and answer 111 referiice lo the charges against you, and I i.arnc-t's hope that as soon as possible the explanation and answer Will be made." IKEXKMS S1EZE AEHERICANS liiiinim'i Mint Wh Taken I rom a Train Nar tin lly of Mexico. CITV nl'" MKXICO. S-pt 4 The American embassy has made repre sentations to the Mexican foreign of fice respecting the reported arrest and removal from a train bound for Vera Cruz last night of Klohard "icwey, Hti Insurance man, well known in the capital. Consul Canadu notified the embasy if the arrest. Mr. l'owey was on his way to place his family aboard a steamer Jor the I'nlted States. lie was taken from thtj train at ometesco, a station fifty miles from the capitol. The embassy knows of no reason for this action. ONLY 11 DAYS Until Tulsa will have an ample supply of pure water for drill kin? and all other purposes, i.s the jtjs itivo assuranee of the present fit administration. I Mt'OMI Will I I M M s m M.MUM' IMU I) T s N i t; m im-ii. .i in i li.-t I i r.n.lh.'i M.nl'- l'..t I'lr. I l.i .tin lul ilir I ili. il) ui tin- , i ii, il Man. i lul SAX I 'll . IS. 1 1 S.',. I Tin 1 ,,'. "I I '. I ' w i a mi n, -i 1 1, i Inn u.-il itii hi.- si v '-i : . iil I.--.I in i in' 1 i.i -,'ls -1 a 1 1 : 1 N I 1 1 ., -1 1 I . il. i- .11 " v . lh- is i:i(; In, 1 1 ..ii lh.- i lniii'- and before I lie Mime I I III,. , W ll" V. .is IV. ev e . If, -I ,1,1 m, I, As th, ,1,1, i, mm ju.ii. . as Millliv vicled. I ' J ' II t II" j'll V on n - , I his I, rot In t put ii I,, the im v I. ..lav "This w h,,e i a-a ha.-- .- a 1 u 1 1 n l - U .t.,w n to a 'liiile n.'.ii,-, X.i iinl v hal vv as I he II, i. -HI and iut'p.ee ..I ihe lilp lo l:.-ii"" ' ' I'll" VV In le . V ,'lelU e l"l"ls I" l.W ' he .iicii. ,1 II, il ll.c defend .i ll I- t'l S.I, I .mi, -III I.e. I. e n- t.-., e, III, ill; ail.- I .1 lui a . I U l.-s I I ' ".I I " I e p i l ill ill the l,c U i ic n "lie lull a III I 11 I I , I . ' , I.V I .1 I ol .11' i i a vv mi 1,1 Ii.im- ii I li.it , i a .v I ! I p llol!" hill il . ,,.-. "U il I ' I I I ... I ll .-.hi l . a 'I'-! , in e lot .i inn . lint vv la :i .-.i , knn; i on" ; ' .- t lie -1 . , I ,,t ni i i n. , i I, i olisuh l eil " he . I, I'I", I. 'I'll b.l-e II". he III glliti", f"l III'- novoi mm-ut Mini Moll Ncici- Denied. "The , 'III l ilt ion ol I lie prose, 111 loll i - not I ha I i 'a nun, -1 1 1 aloio- md u, , ,1 . enticed llu i;iils i,, l,.jve Sa.la iii.-tito, hut that he allied in nullum", ami i nto ing t liein. "ll was Caiiilli.lti himself hovvev'-l. vvho su;;neste. that the girls e,o I,, I!. 'Ho ,ce" .iml be jollied 111"! hv lllggs ami hllllself. It was be vvho gave l.ola Norris $L'il to p;iy lu-r ttiitis portalioii. The muni points of Ihe preset ul Ion have not been denied by I uinlnel ti. "Agitation or fright is mil a legtil defense for crime. The defendant svas not loo frightened to discrimin ate against the four separate berlhs he might have engaged on the train lo Keno Instead of the drawing room he chose, nor too frightened to rem a bungalow in It. 'no for thirty days and live there with the girls." Anthony Cuiolnetti Jr. unexpecled edly appeared today its an advocate In bis brother's defense. Young Camlnettl had sat at counsel uhle with his brother's lawyer throughout the trial, but there was a flutter of mil prise w hen be arose lo make the opening argument for the defense. Young Mr. Camlnettl was not present to listen. There svas a strong reminiscence of the shouting, puss!. mute delivery of the father, Anthony Canilnelti Sr., commissioner general of Immigration, as the son lifted bis voice till Ihe walls of the courtroom ramr. "It didn't need much urging to cunvlnco Marabu Warrington," he argued, " luit hIic ought lo leave Siiu- rainenlo. c l.sidcring the situ which she found herself. lf sltiiatloti In ientlem.n of the Jury, don't you believe thai Marsha did a litlle persuading of hi own'.' lloll't you believe she urged l.ola Norris lo take Hie trip'.'" Caiuin.'t u s own ' .'St imoii y in his defense during the mm mug was brief. In no wise did he attack either the chaiiii ler or Hie testimony of l.ola Norris. Hut in this consideration loi Miss Norris. Cununetti's counsel bad no sbitt. . W hen it came to the i,ri;ii iti, -tits Hies allaekeil lot sharply. "The i haiaol.'i of Mis, Nonas is p collar." Attorney li'-v lin told the July, "and her hi. a of molality is slraime. She is a siu.lv in hum. in n i lurc and doc not .pp.-.u to have ihe .Ion;' of lieu . ,111V of a 1 'l-ye.,i -,,, child." Judge Van l icet ha, said that his .barge totiioi row will ... . upy iml more ihan "i iiiinuie.M The defence has only twenty min utes b'ft and tin- prosecution an hour for furtlo l ai gum. oils. Preparing for National I le. lion. MKXICO CITY. Sept. 4. I'r.para tiolis for th" presidential elections on October 2K are well along. acci4ding to the minister of th" interior. In. I'rrutla. I rom many stales satisfac tory progress in the pr. liinlnai v ar rangements is reported A lis! of the eligible voters in th" federal district has been posted ill Ihe municipal ball. Several thousand copies of the ol". tot al law has been widely distributed. Kbctlon officials will be appointed next week. Canadian Is World's Champion. CAMP rKltUY. Ohio. Slept. 4.- Ity winning the individual I'ulma match today with an army rifle, Ma lor W. Hurt Mcllarg of Canada becomes the Individual champion of the world by making a total of L'a out of a possible, 22.) on the son. 900 and l.mio yard ranges. Capt. Xeal Smith of Cunuda won second with a score of 220 and Lieut. George Mortimer of Canuda third, ulso with 220. Places were awarded according to merit. The best scores on the long distance range counted for first place, the next best for second place. .NEW YORK IS STORM SWIJT. fiver ThrH Inchon of Rain "VII In a Short Time. NEW YORK, Sep. R. This city for four noun, ending shortly after inid- i night tonight was In the grasp of one ! of the severest local storms of the I year. Three and one-fgifh Inches of rain fell In that short time and llght ' nlng struck several roofs of sky I scrapers, seeing several afire. Tuxloab and trolley traffic were suspended for a wbl'e In parts ef (he I . Ity owing to the flooded conditions , of etreetg. Powers overran and water i did mu h damage In basements. In the subway, four trains were delayed 'when thes Ignal system became dls I arrsnged. li Mi i 1 1( i; I'i "i-1 a in "i i in' i ui.- i I, in, l. ' i Hi. .lul K il, us-, i I . ' -1 1 1 1 i I lliiih .-. I I -i . . , , , . I I I I'I H I'M Il.tlK. Si ' I 1 1 I I ii 1 l I'M I. I VV r.l.hl.K .M il' Il ' Il Ill ' lii'.si. (,, Al nl-. mi, in, i Ni: hi I'i- am M.'i.il, I -"hii 1 .. .1 in. Tin i -1 . , . , -1 , i , ,.l lh. i I " n 1 1 -inn 'il. . I mm I i, hi ..,i,, . l-' --i M ' , ' l;. i , ih. i.-iii,,iiiv " i Sl'ill, I I'm ii "lh, I a . , I .. , , It. I-- ' In AM i - in s- ii i, ' I -i'-- '. I,.iri.lu..s i k,,-, I, , ,:, 1 '"I s.i I. . II I I . ' .' I I I I i , I' , I I.I S l,.l III,- I " ' I I ''t, I I"Iii-iii la It '.ill I 1 1 a fiSIES SfiFETY i if iilli in i i; i i . i vie n i s it- H S sl IA I I N IN l ol W K. WILL PAY ALL EXPEN FS I 1,1. I -I ,i , Sill, 'I'll nil ill I VI ) Was In t.el'ltiu I'H' I, l-i I In it l ouiiii v if I hc ic,:rc. .1 1 I I I . ' ' I CITY, Sept. 4. I'teSl 'leni Wilson's wallillig to Allli'l'leaUS to lease .Mexico lias ailed forth ii il,-, I i ra I mo ft on: l lelieriiH I 1 1 ilel'la III which lie gives a SSI I III 1 1 1 ,'H ol Mifetv to I he A rieans under ..ns ,-tr, ii insti, tecs, even in case of 1 1 1 1 1 rs ettllon, so far as the Mexican gov l lllnetlt is able to afford protec tion, and offers to aid those desiring to leave by affording special train to the potts, and making g I the dif ference in the price of Htciragt and the class of passage to which the Icfiigccs aspire. "The personal senl i inenls of the coi'slltulioiially elccled president to ward the ( lilted States residents ar benevolent and Just to the extent that their gas eminent having recommend ed, without Justifiable i-ause. that they leave the country, and, while la menting the disposition which caused alarm, ai well as the fact that many Americana have decided to leave the country, the president has resolved to recommend to the proper authori ties that the government of the I'nlt ed Stn,teM finds It Impossible to fur nish only third rlaaa pussage, that they offer In a spontaneous and kind ly manner to cover the difference which exists and even provide free special trains and grautitlei to the end that the Americana arrive In their country with gTeater comfort and nutans than I hey would other wise would have. Huerta'a aniuitimiient was made after the appearance of articles in certain newspapers. ICven In the caan of Intervention, if it came to that, General Iluerta said "The government Is most jealous of lis good name and would put forth all efTorts in order that American cit izens residing among us should not suffer In the least at the hands of Mexico, and thev would only be ex posed to tb nse.uences which an International svnr of audi magnitude 1. 1 ings with II " Neither th" American embassy nor th" M.xic.-ui foreign ol!i"e ape.irs to share Ihe optimism of Washington olfu ails, icgaidliig the early solution of the dillb nines I'otwen the two na tions. Al the embassy It was sahl tonight that in i ."in m utile. il Ion had I, eeti received fioin Mr. Mud ill throe lavs. Foreign Minister H.imhoa sal. I that there bad been no oillchil coin mil 111 cii i. .11 with Mr. I.uicl sine the dlsat.-h of his s nil not" lb said be did not expect any further nego tiations, unless the isd mltilst ration at Washington saw fit to submit a re joinder to his in it note. i irin cm h is i ii:k i:i:it r.nglneiT and I lagniall rrt-tcil lly the O.r.Micr. Xi:W 1IAVKN, Sept 4 August I'.. Miller, engineer of th" White .Mountain Kxpross. and Chas II Mur ray, flagman "f th" Har Hat hot- Kx pieHS, the two trains invoked In the I ital Notth Haven wreck on the New ..rk, New Haven and Hartford rull loa.l last Tuesday morning. were f'irin.illv placed under arrest by Cor oner Mix lal" tonight charged with basing "crimliiallv caused the dea'li or Rovul If. Hitchkoes,'' one of 'he s i, tlins of Hi- disaster. I.ach w is placed In IS.iii'O ball under a corn, tier's warrant -ft. tv- until 2 4 hours after the coroner has r"iul"i"d a ver dict in th" ln-ui-st into th" catas trophe, which he began In pn. ite to day. Tol.l) ol mini: 4 tNIl I IONS. Wltiii'wt Sns 4'oal Mine (..million', (.nulls Improved. WASHINGTON. Sept. 4 - S sj taken by West Virginia c.il mine operators in the Paint Cf"k and Cabin Creek fchls to h"M"i , otidi tlons aurounding tli"" en.pb.ycs were related today to lh" senate Investig.c ing the prolonged s'nke ssbi. h , tided about a month ago. .1. W. Heron, chairman of th" e-,r allotment commission of Hie Chesa peake and Ohio railroad. testified hat seven years ago conditions m th.j mines were open to eml ism b it to day evers thing possible bid ben dope to protect miners ami improve their surroundings. General Trcslno 15cm lies Capital. MEXICO CITY. Sept 1 .: - i ,1 Oernnlmo Trevino, ...-i " m lug to the capital th ' (,...- I- a " speculation, arived by -: - ' tonight. 111 STILL OS I SO W s Mil It Ml ;i i Mil i" o I III I IN Mil N KoiHil R I s i KH . WILL PROBABLY CO TODfll It, nit il of Imp ilr i:iiniiiicd Him l Has ami I In n d loni oi d I mil Tonim-roM . . ' ' I l 'I o Us. IJIIi'lli'i', Sept. 4 ll'iiv I. '"'haw was not "railroade .1. I"S- 111" ,o, lef ,y III,' lllllniglall" a nl hot 1 1 us toil, iv, as Ins cuius. 'I ll.i I Hclcil. A specal hoard of id 1 , 1 1 1 v s ,! ill". II his case ll "111 ll o i Im k in the 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 k uiilil late thl ill--in... ml limn adjourned un'l hill past n o'clock tomorrow, vshc lh. prisoner will he recalled. 'I'll, i w w is ,,n llu- si a ml most of t ll las and liiad" a good Witness. I i u, in isi i "i s in ... In. i lly worked into ti , in- lion of his saintv iiud. though h . i an . v io. nth ohei ted, il was i .. ii .nl and Ibis I I . -I, Will he l .nilln Th"il"h Slav llu; . line ..I intcrrou il loinoirovi . ill depot I" I IOII t I In- ,1.1, Th.i 111.- l.iWV.-IS I in two particular! - denied a win Ul Ii Ic .. nor .linhic llnl, al Sh. t hi !-. Ho- same jiul who su. c " I ( 1 1 1 S V Slid broii tailed lo he had and. Ilk, allowed lion. d tin- writ of hale i ,,i-l Thaw out of til jail estci day. and idish the coin, ntnui th red Canada as a lour; ck" John-ion. should II oiitiniic to his dentin Itoughl in Canada illll.e rill any point He ...1,1,1 I ra iispnrtat io I'. in. ida II, lo lalloil. pt i l to had but lllull, "UtSI I purchased i tl. K iinfiirtiiiiati I.v I Thaw. II had I ii purchased I 'in ink. Pliable In sin that he had into the liomlnlon at any t gnlz- poll of entry. Thaw practically wj convicted of entering by stealth. on this charge alone he can be ul ported. Conviction on eilhc of the tv other charges would mean deport I Hon lo Vermont. William Trasers Jerome spent Impatient day waiting for omcthlil to happen. As chief of tbti Nel York forces he hoped to have Thai across the border tonight. Hli aull mobile stood all doy near the Qrari Trunk railway station In the secml story of which Thaw Is held, and day Jerome strode up and down tn station platform. Twenty other tomoblles were ready for the dai across the line, nine miles away. Ilewrntcd Examination. Thaw keenly resented the qinH lions as to his sanity. If this wel to be taken up he contended, a I should be allowed to have alienist present. Two physicians for the 111 migration officials, lira. Guerd ad HcHiichamp, were present. When asked point blank if he sane or Insane when he killed Stal ford White, Thaw quoted, with a tnarkable show of memory from tl conflicting opinions of the maJ alienists Identified with his case ud laconically suggested that the bonl take Us choice. He bridled will asked about his mother's conditio lust prior to his birth, and said thl perhaps she svaa better qualified aPHS'.'cr. The Thaw lawyers, despairing defeating deportation, have at I begun to mall" plans for resislil extradition ill Vermont and mil. Thaw is sent or "kidnapped' to tl New York state line the lawy hope to tibl on in Ihe states. T. It. K. .Midlines of Ottawa. of Ihe falheis of the imniigrat law, Jiuiicu ill" i:i"-,. oi luavs i.i vers today. I-nun now ..n he v sc.-k to llnd a loot. Ii"1" in the stall he helped to Cfeat The belief ss a s that Thaw would ,1 totiii'l I" "polled morrow. Itesi.b'S Thaw, the were Henry .lohnsto '.S il IICSS. S t,),il i. a farmer drose Thasv across the border; tase Nndeati, a farmer who dr. him to the inn of Hen Cadieux. win Thuw was arrested, and the Incke er himself. Their testimony was duoed to suppor' the "en'e.-iin; stealth" charge. CAPITOL FIGHT IS RENEW! Hli I'l'lill'HIs lo Refer Rill 1'H prla I inn Money lo Itiill.l u stale ( lipilol. i iKI.AIH IMA CITY. S. i! 4 -O lul. I - A p'-titi"" '" ! fer th" t i capital appf.pt ...""' bin. eumrac: upproxlniiuels JT " ''.') for st I , apital build. n-s ami vv ha n vvmi h:ise become available it, toh.-r was fi'ed t". lav ss.th Se r. tars Stat.- II. n F. 1 1 n risen hs H. Sweat Ing.-n of icoht ie and J. sand of Muskog. It will require about 1.1.. in.) n r to 1.1 seclll-e,! hs .1, t'-l'l l 4 to 1111.1 th,- p. t tb-'i ' Iv- Th" a .; i , ic i i '.'"ii f..r cap Imh ' 1 1 ii -; s in, hi,, s the r .i.-ii n;i led hv i 'k la h "li. i ' r. v , uld, il t.-mii nils ' "th l ,i"is, d apprcpi tuuis, t..t.i!'ltig ihoit x,."i..oia. t In. pt- v is,on of I ' law ate complu-d vsHh I.v !!...-? circiiUt the low p. ti'- oi !h appropnati'l VI ,!l he av lil l''le t "1 '!-" ltt'l Ov her 4. (.ranted Otic ( batter. ulvl.AllilM CI TV Sept. 1.- S", n.rv of S. ite Poll F Harrison to -I ante ! n charier to th" Rover S' ol and Gas ('oiiit.iiis of Okinuhl w ii ii a capital stoi k ' V'.iohi. 'i ,,, , u t '-rai ' is ai l-'.rti.si i:. sib-r. I" I I : i : . .. a ., i d Tlo.oi.is s S l. rr i'i t j hn l. Curtis and V. til 'II ' f V lk liluteC.