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T GREAT CROWD PRESENT PRESENTAT
AT STATE FAIR OPENtNGI OPENING OPENINGGreatest
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I Greatest Exposition Expg ition in HisftoQf of oftitah Utah Begun B glln at atAiffeulturif attur atExblbits
Aiffeulturif tur Park ParkExhibits Park ParkExn1bits
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Exhibits Are Unflsuatty Flue and Besides Bst s Ample and Varied Enter Entertabimeat Entertatnmeat Entertahimet
tabimeat Is Offered AH Visitors Visitorsk Visit rs rst rsNOR
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< ° 5TT gray clouds nor chilling brecscfe bree ROI oi rain present pre nt nor rain to come comec
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c Cf cuId < > uld u Id keep the th crowds a awo W i from the Utah t ta h stite sta teo fair yesterday At a alittle alittle alittLe
little nerl sjfter tter 1 oclock In the tb afternoon president Sc i cnt Bmpey H pe formally declared declaredthe
the th fair the twentysixth of Its kind open to the public The president didnt didnttake dldnttake
take more than a dozen all told into hi confidence e It wasnt necessary necessaryFomehow neee eary earyomehnw
Fomehow the peot PfOtdf l < seemed med to t know the fair was ready for them without ltbOUtformal a aformal
formal announcement announcementThoy announcemelllThy announeemitThcy
Thy began bf an going along toward the middle of the morning and they the liept liepton epton pt
on going until nearly nearI 0 I oclock in the evening eenJ1 It was wa estimated last I t night that thatvery thatpry thatvprv
very pry cse ci lo > to 6000 r d throuch the gates gat during the day ay which everything everythingonsidr everytlllqnn evrythtflgtfl1ttd
< onsidr nn ictrnd d was a a wonderful slto shins ing ng for the first day Certainly l rtainly all the of ofHiers offlr ofTher
Hiers of f tho fair fat association udaflon were te pleased Excejt forhitehes of a minor r or 01rlpr
rlpr 1 > r th fair move tlong as smoothly as a if it were the fortieth day instead of ofthe rth atthe
the th flrpt flrptTrue ftrtTnH flrtTrw
± True the professor didnt go up la I the balloon until 6 oclock Instead Insteador
or 430 MS a s announced some of the exhibits were not in place aDd there were wereIon werebug
Ion bug delays betwetn the heats in the race but things thin of rf that sort are liable HaWeto
to 11 happen in any fiir 1 iIr Ir and very little criticism wars WR w offered because of them themThe tbeflThi I Ihf
The hf main thing tbn is th t h indisputable Indlsput 11 b1e and undeniable ftrt that the fair of M03 M03is 1903IM
is the I he biggest and Inst I st in the history of the state stateFor ItateFor ftateFor J
For the first time thii SIn ice i th ansociatio a odatiOB became be < ame an association an e < ffort 011 ° i1 is isbflng 1 1llIg hib4ng
bflng llIg tnade to furnish furnl h visitors something besides exhibits to attract and bold boldtheir bold1htr I
their 1 attention It In this tht there t ere is i e no n thought of belittling the exhibits They Theyfle ThtY1If
k fle all that ould potsibly JlOtt lbly be dfslred d < I d from pumpkins to topeabe peaches and a d from fromt I IPprcherltnfl
t Percherms to pullers A glanc > through the th manufactures m building buIldifl < leads rap rapK rap1t1ly rap1IIy
K Idly to the th conclusion that everything ever everthIn thlnf anybody any d really needs nef > ds is made right here herein here1n heretn
in tn Utah Cta h
Displays Are re Uniformly Good GoodTn
Tn n the t hI agricultural floricultural and horticultural building are so many dls dlsTtnys dbTh dhiT1ys
Ttnys Th s of different fruits and veg Vtable tible that it takes an expert to give them allthir a11hdl all afl1hrr
thir proper names And they are all FO o tastefully sirrangrd that the necessity necessityf tlty tltyf
f ffl scr I1rpn > ens in frt fr ht of o them becomes becon apparent at once If it were Wf not for the thetre thetfpn therpna
tre tfpn rpna < > ns visitors would be unable to resist r < 518t the temptation to do some Quiet Quietpicking QuietJlehnJ quiet3I4dflg
picking pickingThe JlehnJThe 3I4dflgThe
The exhibits of livestock Iln > 8tock Ihnt tbn t general genera flnra hrid bfl including horses cattle sheep sheepl ebeeppigs heepJlgs
l pigs > i s and an chickens are in the southwest outhw t section of the grounds They are de deserlbed derlbe de4ribed
serlbed rlbe > d In detail elsewhere but it may properly be said herethat all 11 experts expertsarc
arE agreed agr < d on the point that nothing quite so excellent has ever been seen at a aptate aFt aetate
ptate Ft e ftiii I in Utah The horses and cattle are arethe the sleekest leeke ieekeet t the swine are the thebest tbeteAt thelst
best fartd fa red the th sheeps wool is the silkiest and the chickens are the friskiest friskiestthat friskicatthat t tthat
that ever strutted in blue ribbon ribbonThe ribbonThe ribbonsThe
The judges In all a1 the departments realize that they have some hard work workahead worknhad worknhead
ahead of f them Many of them be began gan < an their wivk yesterday The rest will w l make makea
2 a fI beginning todav All will proceed pr < d slowly toeing guided in each ea < h contest solely solelyby 82lelythe oIelyby
by the merit of the xhlblt and nd the I hf scoring will iII be done > in the strictest possible possiblemanner O IIbielannel DOIb1Ciaflnel
manner It Is probable > robahl that the first of the aWHd vnds will W b given in out sometime sometimetoday eometlmetoday OmtthUOtidiy
today The Th others will i1l come eon as rapidly as decisions d fions can an be h reached reachedRaces reachedRaces reachedflaces
Races Please 6r rest aest Ftuipber FtuipberThe NUql er erTh
The Th amusement features of the fair deserve the most favorable considera consideration conaldfratlnn conalderatlrin ¬
tion lirst Fr irt t in the ponlon < of mo mot t vgiuMrs vett flltl1I ra come the races rac These are under underthe undert
the 1 bC dlreetion of John H 8 Rransford a well w U known Salt Laker who knows Just Justabout j justahout 1It 1Itlbout
about all 1I there is t tCl > know about horses Mr Bransford has won and is win winning Wln21in winping ¬
ping 21in the th highest t onii nniIe e for hie work workAlong workAlong ok okAlong
Along the Midway Mtd1a nearly all who saw u the fair yesterday even uuder the theunfavorable thena theinfavurbIe
unfavorable na Yon1 ble weather conditions found fc > und something lOIDedln to amuse them 8ome om of t the theHttractiins theIi theaittraetns
Httractiins Ii It art hns vUl m not be ready for hueiness until this afternoon bUt these tbo to tooperation 1Dopfration Inp4rat
operation p4rat in yesterday y had a liberal Ube 1 patronage The stows t are the naval 1 Midway Midwayattractions Ciwatattrachone a aattra
attractions attra < liione The Th mtblic wosjtat have them t changed If it could couldfor for fardtriy urf pbttc pbttcdenrly t tdparly i
denrly loves ovea the ofiTofd fa oi old gamss nmThfrlforf ami amiTherefore if ifTherefore
Therefore the Barrel o oA Love L rolled nfervily rllly with Its It cargo of ofinjiny OfInn Ofi
i injiny Inn times durinir dunn the afternppn aftertw n the tbeOId Old Plantation outfit tftt drew d drewIi hua huait 0
it < tent The rhi lightning tI hl1ing pho phtQLph of upb pb mandijl mandl Po rusiimg business av avPirty the thellalf theV
llalf V ae d 1I1ufion te Or1nta theatre tk Vaudeville boat nee the he Il ofArt ofArtPlrt ofArtIrty
Pirty Plrt Nora ora wJW thegewHtjfljanly outside orator announced auu anneum14t sMMMKefi sMMMKefitirely
tirely t on mud mu Th Theo n there were 1e cane < raek where hfre the eane e ne you WJ WJtirply nnjt t Jir titta tittaCHl tw twme t tlr
CHl < me lr yon get weighing macTitars nickel In the slot devices knife radok rac and andother 8114r andutr
other r Cr things without number numberNor numbforor flUrTbrNor
Nor or was wa there hfr any al lck of free ref amusement am nt On a platform in the Midway Midwayhuskv MidwayhUllk Midwaya
a huskv athlete 10 ga 8 e a i plow plo juggling exhibition on another platform some somelown omrln noPne4Inwn
lown furobHts rnhts amu < CJ th the big audience and a third stunt was aa a slide for forf
1 fp f performed by a i loidy In nink tights over a wire that stretched tretc from fromthe fr fromth m m1ht
the th roof of one of tle tl grand stands tan to a post po t set ff > t in the center of the Midway MidwayThe MidwayThp Midwaylhe
The inftt 1ft of if the free attractions I was wi Professor Kid Austins balloon ascension ascensionThe aflCenFtonh
The liii h professor wat very fr late In making makl his hlflfllpbt fitprbt but butlt It was all right when whenIt
It 1 ei 11ill id come ry itne lie went up some 4000 feet f t a6d made a successful parachute parachutees
ilc es f tnt nl
1 Rain Couldnt Mar Enjoyment EnjoymentThuta
Thuta Th I about all 1I xeept elt the rain It came me in little splashes throughout throu hout the theftfteriiooTi th thfI theftcriioi
ftfteriiooTi fI ftfuoo and evening enlnJ and U ttwae wa coid od id but It f Hilfd iled to check the enthusiasm enthusiasmJvople enthuJLlasmolP
Jvople olP otf jtift kept moving eren 1nlf If they did get a little moist on the outside outllde80m outaldesomof som somt
4 t of 1 thni were verq r moist on the inside > a as well AeoUuntil until they the saw aw everything there was WIUIpp wa watI
t tI ffp pp The crowd WHS Wit orderly and goodnatured Acting Chief hlff of Police Bur Burlilire Bur1jIp Burlilre
lilire v is I u un m hand with a big detail of regular and special officers but the po po1prn pa1III1n pomn
1prn 1III1n mn n had IHIt little > to do One o Ot case ase of o robbery was reported as a occurring on a au a ar
u 1 r en lt route to the th fair grounds uritlt but nothing of the ort sort happened within Ithin the theioure thenjll1r theI
I njll1r ioure or If it did it was npt reported to the police policeWith polteeWith polleeVith
With anything like decent weather fathr today and tomorrow and the three fair fairl fairjy faitIsy
< l jy ys of next fxt vepk w ek the attendance atten record will 111 l he > e established at 4 high notch notchiid notchp1 notchall
iid p1 all concerned are prayins Irayl for ro fine ftn weathert weatherHIGH weather weatherHIGH
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HIGH QUALITY OT OfTrJE TH WE E LIVESTOCKSURPRISE LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCiSURPRISETOMANY LIVESTOCKSURPRISETOMANY
SURPRISE SURPRISETOMANY TOMANY OF THE VISITORS
Few TvesJiem stwkinen tllkn n ftt afun better tter i ifci
fci iown < vn than 111M M K Par Pardon < nnil Discussing DlKcul tljacussingtlt lng lng11H I I Itbc
tbc exhibit t of livestock UY to at the fair yes yest es est
t < rday m rnnn1n rnlnar he pvid lOt t jJ d I have seen seenVipK seengr
VipK ligger gr r displays oftttle or Li i tilt and nd horses horsesit irses i >
> t it I hive hn never tu > r seeu eu < > nc n where the theL j jn t
4 I III
L n rag ra is L so au high Itah tah breeders breedersdemonstrated dEns I
< 1 demonstrated drlllm di tratfd that t 1tt they the can pro proiiimal8 fir firdtj pri
dtj < iiimal8 i mals that are al equal or i su sui u ut
I ri r i anything IIr < f the kind in the thet j
Vrited t itfd States StatesThe Stitesrhe tatflTh I
The Th xhlbit here i li one n > of which hih hihe t triiy Iry
riiy e ry I itiien of the ttate may wl be l lIlInd beI
1 IlInd mud I have > no hesitation hl ii ltation In payinK payinKInt fRyint sayitiglHt
Int t RtMk raisers ral from outside states statesnid t ltRt ltR <
t nid l ham Home om profitable > lessons lessonse If ons onsI
i e I i t s hard to estimate Unmte th tiu alu ali1of alilf i if
of < > f the displays di pla I but they cannot fail fallt j jt
t result in a geneml gen al Improvement Improe improve lent in Inllat iiiiih j jIlah
Ilah iih livestock As A 1o enn o < tn n as stMkmen strkmnri
1 nm l n SI l Ia at t they arc ar asting tlMir time timev tim t1mn
v urn IC n they I hf devote > t to inferior PtufT PtufTm tutlllij
m llij 4 I thy th will ill learn i it from put rU1t i Ixll IxlliI OxillFiins < nJ nJbitinnji
bitinnji iI s this thl we vo may nlit expeet th 0 < Plate Platetn statel tat tatt
tn t takf first rank In l the cattle attle 3in 3inThe JinTh flniii
The Th li liflItock s emock disf di dkplay > day lay is Certainly Cortainlyerthy 1Italnly i iworthy 1rthy
worthy rthy cf f Mr Parsons Par on warm wari praise praiseThere rsis rsislere
There 1 > E ire r re animals on exhibition that thathave th thithtv t thI
have hI taken til kfn premiums p mlun ull or over the theViSed the1litPd
ViSed 1 iipd States Iatpf Sle Sl k wellfed WEl1f glossy glossyated glosllYIId gloayated
> ated creatures rf > aturt > s they received the theb thehag I
b hag nag yesterdiys YflItt > rdl crowds as If It Itv ItPIP ItIe
v > er PIP Ie only Otl hat thy had ever eve > reaon reaonto
to t ex CXP xlot > t
tA
A Queen Queeno of f the Herd R Brdmog ni i iA imo
A mo1 mo mog a thp be ninrix inrr is one on that has hasl haslI
l lI < f > n onounerd nQUof h lockmt kmen be
p sto > n I > an anjl anjrjal anvi
jl jrjal 1 ir 11Sfntati 1 > re entative IIf > f its rhus rat tatI > This Thisi
i dol IIt1 TI t Fwrnes lMle I ilf a Shrfhorn Shrfhornlieifor Shrthorniclfer I1nhornJ1d
lieifor J1d fI ntered Ilt > Ifd in the I I1 h string if J R nA RA RAfln
A Afln Hen iv Brothers i Diaper Dra fr I 1U 11 I > has hasa hasa
a back RIk as s brojd blo 11 a at a dining dinln ro rom > ri table tablea tableR4
a R4 id leTs I and necU in in proportlun This Thisde ThisdlOIriJilon Thisdr
de dlOIriJilon ri rti < ion sound oun h HJJ a if she inight niht ight hE beiMpalnly hEtgaJ hegaIe1y
iMpalnly tgaJ but she is j far at from tlvtt t tt For Fora 10i1 oi oil
a i1 l of hfr 1800 I 800 pounds she ht > is I light on oniier onlIr ontier
tier feet moves mo around allIun gracefully and andholds andhnldR iniiii1ds
holds ourt urt with a dignity that is a apleasure al1asU I I1raAUI
pleasure 1raAUI to observe observeFell ob obnerTeib erTFII
Fell has b been e En i entered red in state ett LI to fair fairccnipc faire air aircm
ccnipc cm e nhlxt t itions all over o r the 1nitedi 1nitediftaie i nitel nitelI I Itat
I ftaie tat I Hiring urln thai time i aheha h hfc nat nattnnlly tatt at atIndly
tnnlly t fly niie Into nipetitlon n pettioi with ith th thimept thimept lhfll1Pt L h h1npt
imept f the th sh h1 < animals Tt Tf the ther theredit
r T red redit > d it t f herself end l1fi her breeders It Ittnnlly Itnay Itnay Itnay
nay l > said she he Jiis ll never been E n uwatd uwatded nvarded vard j jed
ed a iMinlvim Iml m vis I a i > than third afu afuhas 8h 8hhal shhas
has then three t1 ee iFt and numerous numerousseromis numeroussecon1s I
seromis seromisAnother 11 secon1sno 0 n 11 11m
Another m < hPr wr Hhorthorj Hhorth Wh of f dsin 11 dtintuiiei dtintuiieite1lg tin > uiiiel uiiielrertig uiIflJefg
rertig P and wide reputation rt > is BaronScott Earoncott Baron tinronSoit
Scott cott me r hp 2300pound but that heads hoadsthe h headsthe ads adsthe
the J II Seely eIy string from Mt Pleas Pleasant PI a ¬ i I I
ant < iie h Bq F Ehirci Hrni rn1 has won prizp prJ after afteri
i rise Ize eompftitfon fInlP irnl < Ulnn and if appear appearcet appe1t i
i
t cet c fr 1 r anything n J t tling > lnJt b hI thoroush t1ont1 t h oro oroly h hy
ly y dellt d ti a 1 t hi kt F < nv nvI
a
I
bWr looking beast has rarely been seen seenat 8tenattah c caLa
at aLa attah a ttih state fair fairAad fairAntl fairAn
Aad An when the Barons days of use usefuincfts usefuhl usefIncM
fuincfts fuhl are over Mr Seely has another anotherb r rg
b g Shorthorn ready r > ad to take bis place placeThis placeThla placeThis
This is Raven RavcnwOQd wood Tour Tourfrom Councillor a 3year 3yearoW iyearold
oW Uiat has e every TY mark of greatness greatnessfrom s sfrcIjft
from the noble sweep of his stubby stubbynorm stubb f ftorz
norm horDI i torz to the end ofhis of his magnificent tail tallMr tailMr
11 Mr Seely SefI eely by b the way has one on of the thetrout thf1r0IIt tb P Prost
trout i impressive livestock lin < tock exhibits at atthe 8tthe a t tthe
the fair He has in the various stalls stallsand taUsaDd talI S Sand
and stables twentytwo twenty two head of l cattle cattleeightytwo cattleetat cattleetgtytwo
eightytwo etat rtw sheep and four horses bor l all allof allof a 1 1of
of the > finest character that money m y and andcareful andcarelbJ am I IriirefJ
careful judgment In breeding breedln can pro procure proure procure
cure
Seelyi Wonderful SheepTh SheepThe Sheep SheepThe
The Th Seely sheep IIh p are alone worth a i
Journey to see They Th are great ewes ewesand eWesand S Sand
and rams most mo t of them and most of ofthem o f ftheni
them are prize winners wlnn n Mr Seely is isshowing isKhH i S Sshon
showing KhH shon ino his hi hen of if f imported Ram
boiriHrt alongside aloTlg id f some Rainboull
lets of 1 his own breeding hr dlng He thinks thinksand thinkand i iand
and excellent ju Judges go agree with Ait h him I
that the th Utahraised sheep het > p are superior superb u rlor
to the th importations Some Son of the th year
HnpK lin f run to the astonishing a tonlehln weight Wf lght of ofneerly ofneerI e 1 1iittily
neerly neerI 200 pounds and their wool is a3 a 3
soft ft and fine as spun un silk silkIn silkIn silkIn
In the th horse Jii H < thE the Percherons an at C
taking front rank and among amon the ta e
Percherons are no bttter lookers than tha 0
the entries of T H b and R R H Smith Smithof Smi it itof
of Logan At th head h < ad of their the string strin g
is th celebrated stallion Molneau olneau At A
the International In > rnaUo IU livestock nhoM f of o e I
tEl Molneau Moln au easily took first honor s
In ihe hc keenest kind kln of fom OIl1ct1tn ciitl a An A n
Idea of if his hi sice > may m3 be gained g lne1 from fros n
UK th > Ktiten < tatemnt > ont that he weighs 2140 2140pounds 21 14 14pcundt I Ipounds
pounds in working Iorkin condition and an anId anidIP a n nidea
idIP idea Id a of his usefulness U8 > tul 1 s is gained from fromthe fromtht n nth
the th statement tat > ment that on a level le > 1 road he hecan hean h IC ICvan
can an dri diw W flv thf tons ton weigh WEf ht t The Smiths Smithshave Smithshaf Smith ts tshave
have ttf hors altogether < at the fair fal r
but naturally naturaU enough Moineau is the thepride tbepride Hi a apride
pride of their stable stableThe stabIPThe stableThe
The big < exhibition of prize porkers porkersattracted porkeJllattracted porkerattracted
attracted attention att ntlon and admiration admirationfrom admirationfrom admlratfofrom
from hundreds of yesterdays visitor visitorAs vftlltorC visitorAs
As C J 7 O Erwin of Salt alt Lake aptly aptlyexpressed aptlyxiro apti i ixpreaaeri
expressed xiro fti It the exhibit show < that It Itis Iti
is i h no nlt n necessary uepl salY for the th people l > of t p p11mb
Utah to send hundreds of thousand thousandot
ot dollars away from the state every everyyear everyear ever everyear
year ear for aork ork products JJroduct8Utah productsUtah
Utah Can Produce Hogs HogsThe HogshThp HogaThe
The idea has gone on abroad said saidM sal U UM
M J iSrivlo that t U ia impossible imlOllltbel to toraise I 10 10hlse
raise l lse hogs successfully in Utah be because beuu b4ause
cause uu of th t tle dearth of corn It seems lI ml mlt is ist
tr t that tba thatthe It he
me contrary is I here bereprovEn proven n
My experience has taught me that thctth the t tthere
there th rtIf IP no belti ttH fK rod > d for hogs than thanJ tha n nan
J an U idllle Tlo4i Tlo4iiE Tw
iE b i > 0 <
MCLELLAN THE THEMAN THEMAN THEMAN
MAN FOR MAYOR MAYORTammany AYOR
4 4Tammany 1 1Tamminy
Tammany Voices Voi es < the th Sentiments Sentimentsof
of Greater liefer N wVoJk Yok YokV YokOPPOSITION
V 0 0I V Vf VOPPOSITION
f I t tOPPOSITiON
OPPOSITION WAS VERY VE V WEAK WEAKGSQTJT WEAKt WEAKGROUT WEAKG1WUT
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GROUT AJfB VOSOTBS WKKB ALSO ALSOBMDOK3KD ALSOmrDOaSJm ALSO3iDo1aI
BMDOK3KD mrDOaSJmN 3iDo1aII
1 I EW YORK Oct 1 18Cenee 1Seenen Scenes without withoutparallel ltholt
N r z parallel > 1 in the history of city con conventions convntiOlts conventions ¬
ventions were enacted eJ ted tonight in innd l lnd f1 f1ad
4 nd around Carne Catnett te l hall where the theDefhocratlc theDel theDefltocratlc
Defhocratlc Del ocratlc convention for the naming namingof mlnc mlncof
of o f a city ticket was held be 4 tAn xmg before beforethe beforethe beforehe
the t tt he doors of the building bulld were opened openedthousand OpeOMtbouD opeaedhousandm
thousand t of persons per on pt gathered athered ered in the thestreets thestreets thetreets
streets s and 200 OP more policemen were weretotally weregtally I
totally tQta1I t unable to handle the th multitude multitudeBoth nultitudeBath uIUtudeBoth
Both within the building and outside outsidepeople outsidepeople outsideeoie
people p eoie wens ere Jammed together to < in a great greatunwieldy reatUDwieldy greatunwieldy
unwieldy mass Many were werecruahEd werecruahEdaDd crushed crushedand crushedand
and women fainted falnt on all aides 11I4 Extra Extrapolice ExtraPG Extrapollee
police were called out but as the crowd crowdcontinued crowdccftUnued crowdcntlnued
continued c to grow in density en lty it was wasfotmd waafoend weafosud
fotmd just an impossible as before fore to tokeep toJt tokeep
keep Jt p the people pe pleunder under control controlThe controlThe controlThe
The first signs of enthusiasm in the thehouse thebouae thehouse
house were wbeu Leader Charles F FMurphy FMurphy FMurphy
Murphy of Tammany marched down downthe downthe downthe
the center aisle and took a a seat about abouteight aboutelpt abouteight
eight rows from the stage and nd near the theatsle theor theaI1
atsle aI1 Of the tb iead leaders ts from Kings KingsMessrs KingsM9 KingsMessrs
Messrs M9 rs Shevlin Tork To k Littleton Mc McCarren WcCarren Mcarren
Carren arren and She Shea were wer prominent romlnent Lew Lewis Le Leis Lews
is i s Nixon and Bird S SCeler Coler sat at t in boxes boxenInterested boxesnterested
Interested i but almost unnoticed specta spectators spectators spectatoes
tors torsCrain
Grain Elected Ohairman OhairmanT
T C < T Grain was elected chairman chairmanof
of the Convention Mr Grain in a alengthy aIfnctb alengthy
lengthy speech characterised eharaet riaec1 the Citi Citizens Cltlzfns Citizeus ¬
zeus Union as a coterie co rie of faddists faddiststhe faddiststhe faddiststhe
the Greater New York Democracy as asa alta asa
a small offlceseekns otfte kl > clique and andother andother andother
other opposing forces as a vest pocket pocketorganisations potketorgaDbsatlOQs pocketorganIzatIons
organIzatIons created createdto to advertise par particular particular particular ¬
ticular individuals individualsThis IDdlvldualThis individualsThis
This is a political campaign he hesafd hesard hesatd
safd because the result will ill have havebearing a abearing abearing
bearing on the state aad national cam campaign eampaign campaign ¬
paign We are on the threshold of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the latter 18 tter The fact that this Is a po political ¬
litical campaign is shown ahewaby by the early earlyand eJlyand earlyand
and alert interest of President Roose Roosevelt ROOIIevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt Governor GovcmorOdell Odell an Chairman ChairmanDunno ChainllaaDunno ChairmanDunno
Dunno of the Republican state te commit committee C committee ¬
tee t and an by the Oyster Bay conference conferencebetween coafereRcebetween conferencebetween
between the pvesident and Mayor Low LowDemocratic LowDemocratic LowDOtnOcratle
Democratic success CUCCO and a4tl fld the e Repub Republicanfusion RepuboIicantUlion RepubIleanfusion ¬
licanfusion failure atlu is I is JIItOft iene ore than tl a hope hopeit
it is an expectation exP < ta1i9p It rests upon uponpopular nponpOpular uponpopular
popular appreciation of the political politicalcharacter politicalmaraflet politicalcharacter
character of the t struggle t its relations relationsto tIODS tIODSto
to parties and the presidency pne deney encT upon a arecognition al1OOgnltiOD arecognition
recognition of the applicability bUt and su superior BUperlor anparlor ¬
parlor fitness of Democratic ttc principles principlesasMl prlnciplflllid
lid policies In the i government of ofDemocratic ofIRmocraUe ofDemocratic
Democratic New Yoris YorisReference YorcRefu8Ilceto YorilBefereuce
Reference Refu8Ilceto to Boosevelt BooseveltThe Roosevelt RooseveltThe ooseveitThe
The platform set fiorth i ith that Demo Democrats DQmOCrats ¬
crats and Republicans everywhere will winawait willaalt willawait
await the results of eucomIag in P coming efec efecttons eIecwith tiacdons
dons with an ttitefcM iwand only to toThe
tIaawumJI th4akn in aa1 1rW fttest
The platform contain contained d tint f oUowtes fellowlat fellowlatrefarenee oUowtesreference
reference to President Pretd ut Roosevelt RooseveltThe eIIeftTile R5S5ltm
The president of the Dotted nlted States Statesreturning StatesrttiitilIng
returning nt rlttng from patriotic p oue inspection bt of ofhte ofhis
his national fences recognizes the im importanf ImpOrtant imPedant
Pedant bearing of our city election electionupon electloDupon electionupon
upon his next campaign Desirous oi oipresenting o opre ofpresenting
presenting pre himself to the Republican Republicannational Republicannational Republicannational
national convention fOnf > ntJon as s from a state stateand iltateand stateand
and city in ympathy with his political politicalviews politicalviews politicalviews
views he gathers gat hens the rural political
leaders l dellJ about him to impress Im them themwith themwith themwith
with the necessity of a Republican vi vitory vietory vuitory
tory in the city of New N w York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn
In this thl era of postal iniquity and andgeneral andKtntral andgeneral
general Republican Barter in federal federalplaces federilplaces ed > rtl rtlJ11ltfI
places wo have the spectacle > of a pros president prf prfident prosident < ¬
ident degrading the theptronage patronage of his hishigh hlRhlsh hishigh
high office to clear the way for the thocomplete Htfmpl thecomplete
complete mpl te mastery J of the > local Repub Republican HppubUcan Ropublican ¬
lican boss all of which whl h is followed by bya h ha iya
a strenuous proclamation denying hi hiinterference hiintp hi4 hi4Interference
interference intp rencf > In local affairs affairsThe BffalrsThf affairsThe
The committee on o resolutions ignored ignoredentirely Ignorpr1fntirel Ignnrevlentirely
entirely fntirel the th protest of the delegation delegationfrom delpJiatlJnfrom delegationfrom
from Kings presented by Mr Stuu StuuMcClellan ShtaXcClalbm 81cc a aMcClellsn
McClellan Nominated NominatedJohn NominatedJohn NominatedJohn
John J Delaney then was a escorted escortedto iCort 1 1to
to the rostrum to aomftiate George J orge B BMcCleilan BMc BMet
McCleilan Mc Ienan for mayor mayorThere m mayorhre yot yotuTh
uTh There hre re is i no hope ho for the Democrats Democratsto
to carry the United States > t said Mr MrDelaney M MDelaDe i iDelaney
Delaney DelaDe unless We carry rry the state t a tf of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York and we cannot carry the thestate theIiItate thestate
state of New Ne York unless we curry Iry tho thocity th thcity thcity
city of New Nfwork York Wt W must nominate nominatehere nomlltHth nomiliatehere
here h re a man of patriotic blood a man manwho man1IIho manwho
who has never boasted boaft d of his ames ancestors amfftOrf amestore < ¬
tore but has stood upon iiini the ground grounda
a man himself I present to you for foryour foryour
your consideration as your candidate candidatelor tandidatfor
for mayor Oeorge B McClellan McClellanThe MC1ellanThe McClellanThe
The crowd interrupted by shouting shoutingapplause shoutingapplause houtlngapplauHe
applause and the cheers continued for forseveral for8evfml to toseveral
several minutes The delegates from fromall fromall
all 11 the boroughs with the exception of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn nCBrooklyn
Brooklyn stood up and cheered enthu enthuplastically enthuItalllltkaU enthtielastically
plastically ItalllltkaU The Brooklyn men re remained r rmalned remalned ¬
malned in their seats seatsMr seatsMr seatsMr
Mr Delaney continued his hi praise of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the candidate The election of Mr MrMcClellan MrMcCJllan MrMcClellan
McClellan he said Id will 111 save the city cityof cityof lty ltyof
of New York and rescue res ue the th country countryfrom rountryfrom countryfrom
from the administration of Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodonRoownelt TheodutcRoosevelt
Roosevelt
Gaynor Put Up TFpMartin UpMartin UpMartin
Martin W Littleton of Brooklyn Brooklynnominated Br Brooklynnomlruetd Okln Oklnnomlnutd
nominated William iUlam J Gaynor The TheBrooklyn TheBrooklyn TheBrooklyn
Brooklyn delegates del > gRte rose en masse and andcheered andch andcheered
cheered ch Tf and waved Va v ell their hats when whenMr whenMr whenMr
Mr Littleton named Jatf Justice Gaynor Gaynorand Gaynorand Gaynorand
and their enthusiasm carried the whole wholeheuee wholeh wholeheuse
heuee h u8e except the delegates from rom the theboroughs theboroughs
boroughs opposed to Brooklyn Sen Senator Sfnat Senator ¬
ator at or McCarren seconded < the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion tionOn
On the roll call all by assembly districts districtsManhattan districtsManhattan
Manhattan the Bronx Queens an1 an1Richmond an1Richmond anlRichmond
Richmond were unanimous unanl1llO for George GeorgeB GeorgB
B McClellan The only break in the thesolidity
solidity of the vote of Kings county countyfor countyfor
for W J Gaynor was wa ia the Eleventh Eleventhdistrict Eieventhdistrict
district the leader IIrIPnctng pouncing Nine NineI Ninevotes
I votes for W J 1 Gaynor one vote for forGeorge
George B McClellan McClellanMr
Mr Mf 1fdlellan < lellan received r the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion by 414 to 219 for Gaynor GaynorBefore Gaynorrore GaynorBefore
Before rore the nomination for controller controllerJames controllerJ8mf8 controllerJames
James J Martin the th regular sular chairman ctminmaMof
of the Democratic DemO < ratic city convention conventionmade conveDtionmade conventionmade
made the announcement that he dif differed dlfrHEd diffared ¬
fared from his colleague in Manhat Manhattan Manhattan Manbattan ¬
tan and could < not vote vot ror the nom nomination nominatlon norninatlon ¬
inatlon of cither Grout Gr t or Fornes FornesGrout FornesGrout FaroesGrout
Grout and Pornoe PornoeLuke FomosLuke PornosLute
Luke D Stapleton 8tapl ton then placed the thename thename thename
name of Edward Edw rd M Grout in nomina nomination Domination nomlnaLion ¬
tion for that offlce offlceOn omceOn oMeeOn
On the roll call Mr Grout was nom nominated nomInatfd nommuted ¬
muted by y a vote of 428 42 to 225 James JamesJ
J Martin altln and ntJ four Other delegate delegatefrom delegattrom delegatefrom
from rom the TwentyrSeventh Manhattan Manhattandistrict Manhattaidistrict l ldistrict
district voting for Fairchild together togetherwith togethpowJth togetherwith
with the th > delegates dt > lgatels from Kings KingsCharles KJngCbarle8 KingsCharies
Charles V t Femes and Herman H rman A AMetz AMetz AMetz
Metz were placed in nomination for forpresident forpresident toylre5ident
president of the board of aldermen aldermenAn aldprmenFornell aldermenFornes
Fornell receiving the nomination nominationAn
An effort was wa made e to t have Mr MrGrouts MrGrout8 MrGrouts
Grouts nomination declared d Jred unani unanimous unanlmQU8 unaniinQus ¬
mous John ohn M Shea voiced the formal formalprotest formalprotest formaJprotest
protest of Kings county and the pro protest prote1tt protest ¬
test wee honored honoredWhen honoredVhn honoredWhen
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President of t the elnternational International Association A pf of Bridge and andT andStruct andStruturaI
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Structural Struct t r Iron lro wockers W Wprkers uker Believes He e Can CanBeit C CanBeat n nr nthenilriks
Beat fh thenilriks ilePks I Rafiks Crowd
IANSAS Ti ANSAS CITY Mo Oat L 1r LYrank lFmjilc lFmjilcBuchanan8
r I Buchanan reelection as asdent piiaal piiaaldent pr prdent
dent of the International lB InternatboiilAoci InternatboiilAocigtbon terD8tto terD8ttoUon Associ Association ¬
ation Uon of Bridge A Aw AarfortyJtt Siruetiuaai Ststietiult1rtyeht Jrjaji JrjajiWo
Wo Worortye w
arfortyJtt rortye t oar oo1 of ofvotes ofvtes ghtjihreg
votes in the annualconventionnor ann annual C9bvent c9nventIOn pow powsession ta tasession 11I1 11I1IIetIIIton
session here Not until this th IIG ipomlng poru1a poru1adid
did President Buchanan Buch nan laalke ah known knownhis kp W i ihi
his hi determination to run fur ar reetec reetection r rUon raCIection
tion ana then < i t was stated he had haddone addone
done so only after he felt that the con convention conentlan conventi ¬
vention venti n had endorse el his action and andafter andafter antiafter
after his supporters had insisted JD8I ted PULL PULLhe 1 1he
he could win out Tonight Tonight afterhe had hadsucceeded h ll llRUCCeCI st stRuccOeded
succeeded RUCCeCI In getting the convention to today today 01 01day ¬
day to endorse e without opposition o > the thebill tilebUt thebill
bill of expenses presented pre ntcct on behalf pf pfRobert pfRobert ofRobert
Robert Neidig the deposed d poeed head be g
Tr rTH Tnndon > nflon nn Oct l 1The Tba T e Earl of Pembroke Pembrokebrother 12 PembLokebrother e ehruther
brother of ii f the tk late British BrtUashaID ambawKdor ambawKdorlo or orto
to the Knitcrt nit States Sir Michel JtUc I PfT PfTbert tI tIbfrt I r rbert
bert telegraphed tel rapht > d as a follows to the ua theaotratccl As Associated ABslwiatfd ¬
sociated Press PressOHvosPlatz Pr PressIavoPIatZ > s sDao
OHvosPlatz Dao Platz Switzerland Oct jj f UK UKKir 1aHir ii iiSir
Sir Michael was gcttiilgf lettiarhf gettl HUlf at athemorrhage
hemorrhage hf > mrrha f of the lung wneniM Wpest JJoIl JJoIla had hada
a 1 pu sudden 1den < < collapse 011 1 J1S from wealn wfalnftloM 5 5which tfbm tfbmwhich floe floewhkh
which lie could not rally H 1Ic died peace peacefully ptttffully peaceticily
fully at 10 P m yesterday Yf < tErda His wife wifemyself wifemY ctfemyacif
myself mY > flf and Lady Pembroke were present presentThe PffsentTh presentThe
The Th funeral wHl be at Wilton lton probably probablyOct probablyOlt
Oct ti leaving Lt > llvlng today todaySigner todaySil1lti todaySitdlcd
Signer I PEMBROKE PEMBROKEAmbassador PElUIIROKE PElUIIROKEAmbaC PEM11ROKIAmbassador
Ambassador AmbaC ador Choate hosts in accordance with withinstructions withlnstuctiofls lth lthintructlons
instructions from Washington a8hi gton has ex
GAVE RUSSELL A BAIH BAIHStanford a BA PI PIStanford H HStanfoid
Stanford Juniors Get EpnWifch EpnWifchthe aen enWh enWhthe Wnh Wnhthe
the Editorof Editor of the Cal College Co Colege Callege ¬
lege Paper PaperSpecial PapeI PaperSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSan f1era1dSan fleraldSan
I San Franclscx Cal Oct 1 ld1tt Kditw Jarttc JarttcRuesell eRwslIell e eRussell
Russell of Salt Lan City in chargeof chargeofthe cb charge oC oCI ofthe
the Chaparral at Stanford university universitywas univerSItywas
I was treated trt > ted to a taste of bis b hl qwifimwJI qwifimwJIcine o wrmedl wrmedldnf ftfl1cine
cine In Enema hail last night Russell Russeilmade R Russellmacbe eJJmtu1e
made the junior class the subject lubJ ct of f an aneditorialIn ant aneditriai
editorialIn t editriai itrial tn which be called them t tembunch e 1bunlh a abunch
bunch of perpetual freshmen heeblnenever who whonever Had Hadnever
never been n weeded > d out since they t y ytered c ctered Br Brtered
tered colles As a parting shot be said saidthat tii tiithatfery d dthat
that thatfery every one of them 1 ougfct o ougbtI to to put putin patI
I in the bathtub bathtubThis bathtutJThis
This aroufiet1 arouse < 1 junior wrath wrathRuIRIl Russell Russellpaid Ruisellpaid
paid a visit to Encina Jo = hall last night aud andhad audhall audhad
I had hardly entered the hall witt e the thejuniors Ujuniors th thiunlora
juniors rushed him off to 0 a aThere batfcraoav batfcraoavThere batl 00IQ
There Tb r was a tub full of water IUD waitingand wHta wHtaand
and the th editor was dumped Into the tank tankHe tnJcHe tankHe
I He made ma a strong fight but numbers numberswere num numWfre numberswere
were against him With cries of How Howdota liowI 1owdOts
dOts your own medicine taste Y hewas hewasimmersed be bawasirnmczsed was wasimmrstd
I immersed time and again againThe againTilt againTia
The tirfnchfvl i rf nhJ cdior cdI 111 was at last pfllled pfllledout pMtle4tout
out and the atuUent in a aaround circle clnteI ano 4 4around
around him Russell Ru ell was IIOtmuebWrt IIOtmuebWrtb notmibktw notmibktwb notmuch trarv trarvb
I b > his experience and WM w Inclined to totake tohike tOtake
take the affair eoodnaturedly eoodnaturedlyHo naturedIY naturedIYHo
Ho Boa 1 CS er the he n nei Jft > t issue Ito 8Ue of Chapam Chaparral Chaparralii l lif
if ii anxiously awaited a aUM If Russell qetfews qetfewshis werte wertehis itfeWshis
his attacks tta k8 the students say they tbe will willrenew w11lrenew willrenew
renew the bathtub teatment teatmentKUTBBS t teatmentnrns
4 4KDf1mS
KUTBBS BADLY INJURED INJUREDWallace INJUREDWallace INJUBEDWallace
Wallace Ida Sent 5f t 1 1Whi 1While WWle two twominers wo womlnera wominers
miners in the Momine mine at atIda Mt Mu MuIda gp
Ida were drilling this afternoont afternt aftern tftM I1 I1bt ablast
blast bt t their drills olerced 4ne 4n 4ncharles 4ncharzee j jcharues
charles of giant l ant powder whjci whi njj f
u 10 1 > en C off and I nd fcpcM3j xniode < l it The Th i iJ Jf J JI
J lm 1 dod F Dclaucy were 8e seglously Cf4ow i > in inI i idi
I lured
di C t < J Ii
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laical l aI No 2 of New York and to order orderIlls orderhis
Ills own wa 11 personal expense bills paid paidpreafcteat paidr paidresident
preafcteat r resident eet Buchanan expressed confl1 confl1in COftft confiag
S ag > in his hi final victory over the the9a theatJQJ tueParks
9a atJQJ iiei Parks arIQJ had penly pentltlIatlie penlyUMt enIy enIythat
that tlIatlie tlIatlienM Se wvjfltt fis lt ltgranttns t jJ jJgamiJ
granttns nM this lunacy m ey Today 9fodayhe ne nen he WJbtet WJbtettbh
WJth n th tM t rest of Oftbe the d dh1 ttfelLtee te to sup support wp wpPOrt tp tpport
port the thepre presidents ideat claim I am an no noi
i he declared and the New Newi NewYork Ifew IfewYork
i York walking waU D delegate made no effort eftorto
to fight the bills Tonight Mr Parks Parksrefused Parksrefused
refused to give any any figures but reas reasserted ¬
serted his blselalm claim that H F Donnelly of ofAlbaDy ofAlbany
Albany N Y would ould be named for forpresident torIbave forprealdeat
president I Ibave have said azd Id from the start starthat starthat
that hat he would be elected el cted and you 3 OU can cancount canbUDt
count < on onour our doing so soThe 80The
The election Wilt > rtH probably take place placetomorrow placetomorrow placetomorrow
tomorrow
SIR MICHAEL WAS GETTING BETTER BETTERWHEN BETTERWHENHEJJd BETTERWRENHE1HAD
WHEN WHENHEJJd HE HAD t D A SUDDEN UDDENCLLAPSE G01LAPSE OBtlAPSEI I
pressed to the foreign fompoffice office the th deepest deepestsorrow deepesteerro
sorrow 110 at the death of Sir Michael felt
by President Roosevelt and Secretary Slcrfta r
Hay HaYThe HayThe
The Associated Press is in a position > n to tostate tostate
state that the foreign office has ha not yet yetconsidered yetCOMI yetconsidered
considered COMI ere4 the question tllt > 5tion of a successor to to3rMiehaet
3rMiehaet Ph JiIIduM Herbert as British ambassa ¬
dor at t Washington and will n nut t consider
itf tttor or some time timeDavosPlatz Um UmDavoliPlatz timeDavosPlats
DavosPlatz Oct OctLTho 1 1Thf The body of Sir
Michael Herbert H > rtMrt late British ambassador
to tothe the United Cnlt d States will be convened conv > yed to ¬
morrow to England if the necessary nt < essar for formalities formalities forjnalities ¬
malities cap IV < be completed The Th funeral funeralservice funeralservIces I
service rvlCt will occur at Vilton Wiltshire lIwhire
Monday or Tuesday Tueada I
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+ 1 130 l30HaJloon Kalloon Ascension Ascension200Stlnel
4 200 200Stlnel Steiner Brothers in Acrobatic Performance Pt Performance215The > rformallc rformallcl5Tbe +
+ 215 l5Tbe The Two Tw Savages SaV Savaes4nitaolsii toInvolving OIVjng Ladder and nd Wire Act Act238Ra Act230Races +
+ 23 238Ra 230Races 230Races43Ot3l Ra es s +
+ 430 430SIt4e 43Ot3l Slide for Life Ufe44Shvbag byMfrrfinvluie + I
4 445 44Shvbag Irving Trio and TTwrasi Xhen t the SSroag 8C Man II730Repetltion Man730Repetition +
+ 730 730Repetltion Repetition of Free Jlree payAFerformsJice PeifoVnhce etfo and Confetti Battle Battlet +
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MISSING mi M 1JL POUCH POUCHSmall POUCHSl11all POUCHSmall
Small Checks EVld Evidentty nty Fell Into Intothe Intothe intoi
i the Hands of Clever CleverForgers CleverForgers
I
Forgers ForgersPhiladelahia ForgersPhiladeinhia
I
Philadelahia P 1adeIDhia Oct lPostoffico in insoectors Insoectora 1
soectors o tor are endeavoring to locate two d
dazing forgers tOl r who are said to have rea ¬ I
used thousands a of dollars dol U8 by b altering i
checks About Sept 5 a mail pouch dls dlsai df disanunered 1
ai anunered O > o red i from a westbound bo express train I
on the Pennsylvania v railroad r between t r I
I this city itv and Pittsbunr The missing mia ln
i
ootactt contained hundreds of checks sent sentout
out bv local banks and firms to weiterh weiterheafrivsoondents 1 I Icorresoondents I
I eafrivsoondents S They Th v were moiled for fornmall foismiii1
nmall 11 amounts and drawn on a score of r
baiklntr institution A law 4W days ago go a n I I
bank received a check which on examiii examinstion >
atlon tlon was found to have been raised from ron I i
I I ST to KM Another bank found a check checkraised Cbeciraised
I raised from 17 7 to S7W 700 Other financial In Institutions institutbons ¬ I
stitutions also o found themselves the
pos posKessors posLessors
Lessors es6 of bad checks It is 1 believed UK t tpOalcb I
misting pouch fell into the bands of two twoclever twccleVer
clever de er forcers who utilised utlIha its valuable valua Ie I
eocttent eti teetg ta to th the their r own wn advantage The Th I
insoeetors say they expect to make one
ifnot If DOt both arrests u within the n next t forty fort fortelaht
ekdtt hours hoursCLAIMS houJ8CLAIMS hoursCLAIMS fOrtI
CLAIMS FOR FOR FORDAMAGES FORDAMAGESGovernment DAMAGES DAMAGES DAMAGESGovernment
I IGovernment
Government Will Be Asked to Settle SettiFor I IFor
For TpnopRh T nopah Outrage OutrageWashington Outrageasblnfttoll OutrageWashington I
Washington Oct lThe Chinese min mm ¬
ister is In receiot rf ceit > t of information from I I
Ms t fI reoresentutive at Tonaoah Ntest Nea Ne I
where recently an n attack
was wa made on or 1 I
the Chinese residents that the local
au ¬
thorities tits have arrested > d and put In jail Jai 1 I
seventeen E e + flnteen persons said to have been im I
oaqate 0 tef in n the assault
A list H t o or tht 3 i
jSaiaes atft1fS suffered bv the
rhlnese hiDt f is be w
in me made m d I
un and when
competed will willuSSU ill
uSSU l1tm th nIls or ° f it UaJai lJID aSaiflSt U1 J
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HIGHER THAN THANTHE THE LAW LAWColorado LAWCgl9rado
Colorado Militia M iUtJa Officers Are AreImmuneso AreImmune
Immuneso Immune o Far as Warrants WarrantsAreCQncerned WarrantsS WarrantsAre
S v
7 7Are Are AreCQncerned AreCQncernedCrIDDle Concerned ConcernedCrioote
Crioote Cretk Coo C lo Oct 1 1Distriet District DistrictAttorney 1 1Attomtv
Attorney Trotrteidge Tro today tod y filed before beforeScads bt fore I
= li4 Scads in the th e district trict court infor inforas in for I Ia
zniOns as a against Inst AdhiUnt General Sher Slierman SherU
man U mm fDaeil JBeU and Brixadier General JOhn JofcnChase JOhnC JohnChase
C Chase chargIng chrRtDathem them with false arrest in inth tntbR intils
th tbR cases of Sherman Parker and three tliretoAue t1iretotfMa1I1Ina threeothse
oAue otfMa1I1Ina union mrs taetll who were held as asfm a aOS
Drhetsl5 fm lit the tb e ruard house about two twocharge twoW
W OS charge being made against them themJUKI thenlID themin
ID JUKI Sii who were released last lasty lastThirMjr
ThirMjr y itent MIIbt pa onwrits wrltI of habkaa bablascorpua bablascorpuaaSeeJ IMaa corpus corpusWhen corpusw
w aSeeJ aSeeJWs
When Deoutv v gtortff Thomas Inoer InoerWCKM rDdervalbd Inderw0n4
WCKM w0n4 visittMl miltturr beaduuarters for forthe forof forthe
the fmrsose mpose of serving selVtn the capiases he hewait hewtokl hewas
wait wtokl was told that no service 1 1Ip would be ac accepted acceDted acoeted ¬
cepted bv Generals Bell and Chase f nor norbV norftv norb
bV b jmv v other members of the national nationaleiiafd nationaltroajiJ nationalma
eiiafd ma while actinic actin under orders from the thegovernor theJtoyernor thegovernor
governor He was as also told that any an fur further further furthee ¬
ther attempts in that tin line by the thp civil civilauthorities civilauthorlU Civilauthorities
authorities would be oromotly resented resentedbv r ented entedb
bv b the military militaryGeneral mUitaryOnersl militaryGeneral
General jtcll te11 later cave out a state statement stattmfl1t ¬
ment for or publication in which he said saidthe 5aidthe I
the lawn law of the th state of Colorado and andof amiof andof
of tho th United t Stat Siats make members oi oithe 1 1thf 1the
the national toward when in the field fI 1rl ex exprnot IXpmot oxomot
prnot fi9m fram service ryhe of civil courts urt and he hefurther h hfurtber hcfurther
further declared that the th district dl trtt at attrtrne attomn
trtrne in fllinK informations and th thiudRe thl thliudltt tIibudge
budge > lit issuing the capiases made them themselves thpmsplves thmselves
selves liable to impeachment ImDf uhmtnt and indict indidID4nr
mem General Gf > nlral Bell f1I said that should shouldJudsa shookJudee holiidJudll I
Judsa Se Seeds Mls att athmot mnt to enforce nfoTc hi his or order order
der bv Y use Uti of a obese I Se eoraitatus the en enlire n ntlrp
lire militarv force would be used l8 d to re resist reslat ¬
slat It ItThe itrho to toNU
The adiutanteejiernl intimated IntJtnat d that trie trieaction thpacti tm tmaeUn
action acti of Jud Judge J ud w Seeds eds and District At t ttornf ttnrnev
tornev TrowHridse Trow dR today toda will be b made madethe madthe art arttb
the tb basis 1818 for legal action against those thosesrentlfmen tho thorenthmn tliogentlemen
gentlemen srentlfmenDenver renthmntnver
Denver tnver Oct bet 1 lnrnor Governor Peahol Peaholnaid PahojMid
Mid todav that no eivil ivii court urt has ha a right rifrlitto rigiit t
to t order the arrest 1 of any an 1 militia officer officerwhile oHinrwhI1P oft ie r
while In th tits > Korviip of thy th state < tlt and he hewas iwwas ii iiwas c rc
was sustained i8t ined in this view llw hv Attorney Attorn AttornGfDfrai r
General Miller MillerCHINESE MI1IfrCH1NESE MillerCHINESE
CHINESE MINISTER MINISTERIS MINISTERISINVESTIGATINC
IS INVESTIGATING I ISINVESTIGATINCWashington S INVESTIGATINGWashington I NYESTI GAT IN G GWaahlngton
Washington Oct 1 1The The Chinese Chineseminister Chie Chinesminister e eminister
minister does not intend to drop the thematter thcmatter th C Cmatter
matter of the arrest of Torn Kin KinYung Ki KiYunc
Yung the Chinese consular clerk at atSan atSan a t
San Francisco which is said to hay havbeen ha habeen haybeen °
been the direct cause cau e of the youni younimans youn younmans yuunmans
mans sui suifckle df until ntl1 he is fully satis satisfied satislied ¬
lied that the th whole affair has b S been beenprobed I
probed to the bottom Should the th in investigation InE inveatigation ¬
vestigation E the secretary of the Chinee Chineekgation Chine c clgation Ckgation 1
kgation who ho was sent to San Fran Francisco ¬
cisco and who will report in person to tothe totbe t tthe 0
the minister is making confirm the in informatiotf
formatted already received here that thatthe t
the arrest of Tom Kim Im Yung by the theSan theSan th thSan C
San Francisco policeman po1t E man was unpro unprovoked unproo unrroyoked ¬
yoked o ed the minister lDinJ ter will make a vigor vigorous vigorcus vigorcup ¬
cup protest te to the state department departmentRelatives departmntRehllttves departmenIRetives
Relatives of Tom Kim Yung have em employed eonpluted Ill IllploYfld ¬
ployed an attorney attorn y and he is assisting assistingin us asnistinlin istill istillIn
in the Investigation Investigationlill Inn lveatIatLonTIUMAN 8t1 = IIt1on
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TILLMAN MURDER TRIAL TRIALDay TRIAlJ TRIAlDay TRIALDay
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Day Cotummed Oouu ed fcy byReading Beading Editorials EditorialsWrittasi EditorialsWrit ditoria1 S SWritten
Written Writ by Gonzales GonzalesLexington GonzalesLexiDoa
Lexington SL rl C Ocf 1 IThe The fourth day dayof da y
of the th trial of James s H Till Tillman man charged chargedwith chargelwith yi 1
with th t1af murder > r of Editor ditor Uonzales was wastaken wautaken wa waWhOIJY L
taken uv uoAlmost waotty with the th reading readingof nadl1J nadl1Jot readiinof
of editorials rial tr tratn th State newspaper newspaperfilfw newlppfrn
filfw n of which cbverinr inn were placed placedinevidence placedm placein rj
evidence m ence Tvusdav bv counsel coti l el for or the thesStte thtt4 tin tin55t
sStte 55t t4 It was w not antlcioatcd when tn tnreadinffwas tnreadlnR < >
readinffwas readlnR begin that onehair the ie time timewould Urn UrnWOJJd 0 i
would hr consumed that was taken anti anileven antiyen an aneven ci 1
even yen vet tl tlt there er e > remain Tf > mttn about two col column co 01 01um I ¬
umn um timits to be r a4 in > tb morning It Itestimated i iestimated 11 11nthD in Iin
estimated nthD et that some thirty columns w wen rc rcread c
read j today Tile n 1ioen oers from which w leh the Hi Hisdftnrlabl
ndHoriabt were rtd run from the first f len lenof
I of AorB to the end of the year ettr ISO The Thereadtoc Tb Tbreadku Ic Icr
readtoc was a a t tedious dioue task Twice dur duimx r
intt the dav Jude Gray suspended mo momnt m rnmentsrilv
mnt mentsrilv ntRrl1v rilv tailS bf + of the strain on the th th1urora >
tutors who listened intently throughout throughoutBANQUET throughout1it througheuBANQUET r
1it 1a 1aBANQUET
BANQUET TO MAYORS MAYORSOne
One feature of ofChicago Chicago Centennial CentennialCelebration CentennialCelebration CentennisCelebration ti
Celebration CelebrationChicago CelebrationChicago CelebrationChicago
Chicago Oct 1 IA A banquet to in the vts vtsitlsg vi i iJURe a
itlsg mayors OIII and IIIl a concert by b th ti M Ma Marine la larne 1 ¬
rine band followed by b a public gather gathering KathrInK gatherlag r ¬
InK at the Auditorium theatre tonight at atwhich atwh1cb n nwhich
which Mayor Low of New Nf > W York was W iS the theprincipal theprlnct U
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principal prlnct speaker brought the certennia certenniacelebration lfrtenniacelebntlon Si
celebration to a close with the exception exceptionof xetptiollof in i
of the fireworks display which will be begiven beglvD 1 1given 110 i
given tomorrow night At Ii oclock the themayors themayora U cc ccmayors
mayors of a score ore of cities ci tiES sat a t down to toa tobanquet 1
a banquet in their honor attended by bymore I
more wan 40 q citizens cttiZe > us of Chicago At J 1h t
730 73 the United States Marine band bandWashington Jof of ofWashington ofVasbfncton I
Washington began be can a concert co nnn in the Audi Auditorium Audlt01ium Li Litoriurit ¬
torium theatre end erie < hour later the theboiinutaAJtoolKii thlb tl p ebnnIIMina
b bnnIIMina boiinutaAJtoolKii nq ttIOlE ttiOsq3rts ats 3t13n On Uw he platform to toHftruttfwtsjwr o olisten
Hftruttfwtsjwr listen < tfattI t1yCfl aurlJYS triws Ix Ws speovb h upon < tv tvcleratlon ic icVoderatlOB krhatJolI
VoderatlOB rhatJolI Maor Mj May p Iw was ay iiuci t < < irrl irrlby r rby I
by b Mayor Carter jK Hu ttriouu IIlH d irutjiw irutjiwand tWI ill illand C tn
and was aa given a a warm reception r
V VANWORERBROTHER3 VANWORERBROTHER3a AN WORtER BROfHERS BROfHERSARE
a ARE ELECTROCUTED AREELECTROCUTEDThree ELECTROCUTEDt
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Three Young Men Executed in Nefpork Net for the theMurder theMurder theMurder
Murder of Their Aged Uncle UncleIncident f fIncident
> xk xkIncident
Incident Recalls the Case of Thr Three e Brothers Who werM Were Ht <
185 For Killing a Peddler
l4NNEMOfL tOn X Y Oct 1 1With With j jout
DAXXE JANNEMOKA
1 out one urridVnt I idiOt to nar Ra the Pit Pitfect i ifeet I
feet and diuniiietl dkl i ert 1 execution u othe I Ithe
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the death penalty imposed im l d by i1 i1trial Ihtrial
trial court sustained suatinn u tl nf by the court of ofappeals u uappeals
appeals and 01 o interfered int > ferEd vii by byGOE i iGovernor
Governor GOE rrior Odell O tll Willis Us Frederick and avlBurton andB
Burton B rton Van Wornicr were put to deutb deutbin
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in fifteen and an onehalf minutes a aClinton IClinton
Clinton prison today for the murder murderof
of their th r unrle Peter A Hallenbeck HaJ1en k at atGreeiidalc i I IG
Greeiidalc G tdale on Christmas eve 11 l 1t101 l 01 l Th Thmen Ttmen >
men walked rom the doors of their theircells th i 1 1ceJls
cells in the care of their priest and
flanked on either side sid by b prison depu 1 I I
ties with calm demeanor but ut extrem extrempallor j
pallor Father Belanger r a pictur pictues I Ies I
es estue < tue fljruie not in the robes of h hQffict i iofficebut
officebut Office but in the everyday black frock frockcoat trodCoat frockcoat
coat of clerical cltr lal cut ut with a little pwrpl pl11plstolt
Stole tolc about the shoulders walked waJkeIalong walk d dnlong
along with each of the condemned 1 men n n nni
ni hl turn saying words ord i r condolence condolenceDaring C U1dolenclDuring
During Drizzling Bain aamCloudy a1n i iCloudy
Cloudy skies and a driKXling rain raindarkened railyrkCI1t
darkened 4l rkenetl d the t hl cell ejJ room 41 i the awaken a 8 ken kenhlg i iing
ing of the three Van an Wormer tn mer brothei > l lto s sto
to to their last day ein on earth cart n The con condemned COlldtonll1ed ¬
demned men did lid not Pt < = > last night niphttqptil ni jH jHtil
tqptil ltil til nearly 3 oclock this tl1i morning mornln but buttpssed butlpssed buttpssed
tpssed uneasily upon their cots Tit Titlist Tinlist i ilist
list thing any of them said ti1 last nigh nighAssistant nigiAssistant
t Assistant Chief Keeper Nash was wasfrom wa watrom
from the th lips of Burton Bu tOil Said id he behave 1 I
have no more fear of in tine electric > chair chairthan chairthan chairthan
than of this meal which we are about aboutto
to eat I would Just as a lief be the last lastone j jone
one to go for I know that I lean can stand staDilthe j
the ordeal I am not afraid This Thiswas Ihiswas
was not said boastfully but very nryquietly veryuietly j
quietly quietlyKeeper q j
Keeper Murphy who was in the cell cellroom ce ceroom
room r oom from midnight until 8 4 a m said saidwhen saidwhell 1
when he came off duty this morning morningthat I Ithat
that t he never had seen men men better pre prepared prfpared I
pared p ared for death or I r more fully in con conuol j jirol I I
irol lob of their nerve nerveI i iI j
I tell t n you said he h to the Associ SSOli SSOliatd j I i
ated a ted Press representative that they theywere theyWere theyere
were w ere a lot more selfcon selteontrol1ed trolled than I ILeaving J JLea reaving
Leaving Lea I eaving out any question of their theiruilt
suilt g uilt or whether or not they the ought to tofellows todie toie
die d ie I have come to like those three threeellows j
fellows f and it made me feel bad to say saygoodby saygoodb sayoodby i
goodby g to them themBeady j j
Beady to Meet eet Death DeathWillis
Willis Van Wormer said this morn mornIn j jing j
ing In I ng to Keeper Murphy 1 only wish wishhere j
there t were three chairs instead of out on j jso
so that we could all go together The Thehardest Thebanbst
hardest part of it all is the suspense suspensebut BUtllKnscb suspensebut
but b t we are ready We are grateful gratefulfor
for the kindness which bieh every everybodY everybodYabot body bodyabout
about the prison has shown to us usKeeper u uKee usKeeper
Keeper Kee > per Murphy awakened the youn younmen younm4n young
men shortly after 7 oclock this thl morn morning mortling mornIng ¬
ing They were a little dazed at first firstsound ft firstsound t tsound
sound sleep in in the later lat hours having haingfollowed j
followed the restlessness after mid i inight I Inight
night but almost immediately imme iately they tlwywere theywere I
were awake to tl a full realization realize lion of o the thefact thefat I
fact that this thi > was their last day on onearth onearth
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earth Their new clothing was ready readyfor read readfor readyfor
for them thf > m and they al a nee clothed clothedthemselves < i
themselves in the garb th thy y were to towear tow Inwear
wear w > ar at the th execution xe xecutiona < utionR a gray JQY flannel ftannf1shirt flannelshirt
shirt and dark troasers > eaHi 11 with th thleg ihleg
leg 1 1t slit lit on th t1i < > knee k nte to allow the > at atj a atathtnent ataehment
j I taehment of the lower electrocudc pl elect rtroud rtroudI rocude rocudeThey
I They took no breakfast in accord Qorrfwith accordanP
i lance > with the Catholic requirement 1t > to t tCQme tcome
come fasting fa < tlllJ to their vommunion vommunionwhich ncmmunnnmnwhich IM11mullionuhkh
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which Fathers > Belanjjer and Charbon Charbonneau
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neau administfred to them later Th Thp ThpI Thcy Thcysold y
I aid < nn nIOlPO n > rf < v > T that t th thr y wouJd nc nceat no noeAt iinccat
eat again sn S that th their < > ir rrral rrctlat at mid midI midnight
I I night was a the t hp last lastPartook ItPartook lastPartook
Partook of Communion CommunionFrederick CommunionFrEdprkk CommunionFrederink
Frederick lii lit Jw youngest ynngp who c ho ha has a1 a1along all allI nn1along
I along been th < least iminfssed illlp CsKed of tlio tlioI th
I ihree 1 and a nil at a I 011 il time Urn hs 11 < s shown > mor niorlnraay1n
I bravado thm ih n tlie t he others sa ad d to Ko Kep p pMiiihy
i 11 M Murphy a 1 = h hI drcssoi hinisoif hinisoifI hinistfVell > lf lfVeil
I Well I supi IIIIe > iie by this thi time tiT1 tomor tomorrow
row 10 we shall eha hil It l h la > e in KindMliook K i IHI r hook hookdntly ev evdently cvlently
dently intimating that th the brothers cx cxpf fXfH
pf ct t tht thli th i I hiMiies will be u taken takf > n for ftrurlal fun1M1
burial 1M1 rial to their i home It 1 t would ould be dif difflciilt diftkrl1t di I
flciilt 11 tilt to imagine i rnngi nc anything a ityt hung more Jm Jmprssive jmprfsi innprSaive
prssive prfsi than the solemn service in th throom thrnIm
room of the steel < cases where Fathers Fathersj FathfIRplanger FathernFelanger
j Felanger and harbonneau llI a aafter littl IUtlctfter
1 after 9 oclock 010 k administered to th ththree ththre tbthree
three brothers brl1thfo their first ftr t and last com comriiunion comIJunlon conF
riiunion F sisjnalisins rtlizing their iiill accep acceplance 8CPane accepaflne
lance I ane into the faith of the Roman Cath Cathi Catholk Cathclii
i olic clii church To lii the fullest possibl possiblj P08ibextent possibextOnt <
j extent the th privacy of the ceremony ceremonyj cer01onwas eeremoflassuted
j was nsstired a lirfL ill keepers except the Tn Tnpxnrltblp inexorabin n ncxorable
I cxorable death watch hfiiit excluded excludedI Exlud1The exrludeiThe
I The ancient anC plt iitial of the th lords sup supafter < up
per after the tIm manner of o the tic Catholchurch CathollL Cathol Catholtchurch
church L urlh was wa ol oo > vrved vrvedA rYJ rYJA rvedfew
A few feet aav ilay in his hi ci11 n U under underj unJflike undelike
j like condemnation condeninci ondfmn LOIn of Ifath e th at APen APenMi AIpnooney
Mi Cceoney ooney ney the only lint other oth > r prisoner llri ol > r in the thejeep th thI tbroom I
jeep I room listening ing to the ceremony ceremonyi rem0nyT1 remeny
i TK T1 stands < convited fliited of th murder of ofi oftwo 0 0tWO r
i two women at siranac lrata Iake Iakej Ilk IlkVisited 1akeVisited
j Visited by Physician PhysicianThe
The Th > routine mutt t in of ofried II the prison oa > vas car carbreak Carined p pied
ried ied on with i I h u ucontrast break early PH 11 today in inhe i in t1 t1wilh
I contrast with I I Ii th thlocking he former frm I custom 1 en 1 aton tom or ori or orIlw o f
locking the t hi nieji n in a i in inHIir their cells upon uponthe u pOll pOllthe 11
the day la y of nt nn id n execution executionDr xeeu yeut t ion ionDr
Dr riiinsoni rt 110111 ihe I he > prison pri ll physician physicianvisited 1 1isit I
visited vlsi isit ted d the th t he cMidemned n iemned in initi n in their theircells thfirlis 1
cells lis this thi < morning and closely 1v noted notedtheir notfdI note notetheir i
I their phY physical physi < al ii < midition t udit lditit ion > n Ii I a the t be mean meanwhile meanI
while hilp Warden I eyo > had decided rtt idod < upon uponthe upo upothe n
I the order in which hich the men went nt to th thchair thchair thchair
chair as a follows followsFirst followsirst
First irst Willis the oldest oldf t and mof mofimpressionable mo moimpressionable moe
impressionable of the three thr second secondFrederick secondFredfrick seconc seconcFrederick I
Frederick the youngest youngt t who ho ha haseemed haseemed haI
seemed to be the most hardened third thirrlBUrton thucBurton I
Burton the second in point imnt cf f age ageAt ageAt
At 930 it was reported by h the war warden ward
den d o that the th men were tVc P hi the 11 best t pos possihle po posihlp 1
sihle condition on ition and well Il nerved for fortlieir foTI to totjj F
their ojdeil onde J I
I JOne
One at a Time TimeWillis TimeHUs TimeWillis
Willis HUs Van Wormer entered the death deathchamber d0athchamber deat h hchamber
chamber at 113430 the current un unturned W1turned ¬
turned into the body one minute later laterand lat latand lateand i
and at 1137 he was declared dead deadAt deadt deadAt
At t 114130 11U 30 Frederick entered > d th thdeath thdeath thdeath
death chamber ui a I 114 the current currentwas UTutwas urnr it itwas
was turned on ami au he h > was as declared declareddead < hdare1dead ci cidead
dead at 114320 114320Burton 1l43 O OBurton
Burton entered the death chamber at er
1147 11 4 the current was turned on a at t
114730 11 4 30 and he h was as declared dead at at114S3
lit
11 114S3 48341 < > The entire cnhnrf proceedings from fromthe fromtlw Iron Ironthi
the start < nt r t of f the 1il first 1 man from rlI his hi crH crHto er r rto
to the doctors utcluration of the I h > death deathof dt r rof ii i
of the last consumed but fifteen and andhalf it = 1 1half
half minutes and no untoward inci incidents I
dents marred the th execution of the law la laDuring C
During the first execution Father Fatherharbcnneau Fatherhalbonnellu r
harbcnneau remained tEm ined in the corrido corridobetween rorridoetwtdl corrithuetwen ii
between the death cell ell reading 1l rntdin n nprayeJS g gpesyeis
prayers and Invocations > nvocatjoo Ii to tbt th jcinan rdIl jin jintoe
toe Van Wormers Every precaution precautionhad ri
had been b n taken to prevent the remain remailtnt I
tnt men from rom hearing niore oe than th thdeparture thjtparturf Ic
departure of their th brother from from IOm the tt ttroom p
room The doors had been padded pad pl and andthe aT1 aT1dlC I
the Jut Ii < es i stuffed with ith enten ententhe 5 5h n nthe >
the h steps of 0 ofbose tb05e those who removed ths thzO ti tii
J F
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lim lifeless li body frcm the chamber chambcrznorgue io iomorgue o oorgue
morgue m orgue could nit 1 I bi litiird 11 t1 Id j c cWillis aWillis
Willis Died Hard HardTbree HardThree j
Three applications appli lion of tlm th curreAi curreAifour currf currffour curreour
four f our minutes time were reqy req fe el elthe enhe < i ithe
the t he execuiion exttu I it of Willis iUjtfonh iUjtfonhapplications i I Ill nilphlcatin 1 1aIJPucat
applications aIJPucat a phlcatin f theyU i ideemed th u urPlt urPltdeemed urnnnteemed
deemed d ne al 1 of r F Fprick 1 1rick
erick c and ti 1 jHninut einutl Inu v m the tu tuhe t tae 11 11lte
he cli li e crossed cros d uw uti 0 Uiresh thre h > i f the ro rothe 10thE rohe
the t he doctors prHiounrtd pI nound in 11 1 dead Th Thbodies T Tbodies Todies
bodies b were carried oui r i r the > pris prismorgue p pIltorcue Pti Ptilorgue
morgue tn and the sunimoi nr ur i ibrother bO i ihrOth hi hirother
brother hrOth b bF r was t alien la ten back i < he heFather 1 cutd cutdFatber guctriather
Father F B BHanger angpr went we v i i them ar arwhen a ahen 1 1Iben
when r hen Burton was broum into intopresence intopreseDce t tresence
presence p resence of death he wis IS < jcompani jcompaniby oompllnib compar compary
by b y two priests Fatht > iiarbonne iiarbonnehalving lSrbonnplv1ng iarbonnaving
halving h hl lv1ng no further need to t remain i iifi II 1ii
ifi I h cell room roomRlthcr roomElthe rorniBithr
Rlthcr Burton wr w < in i a r r than thaniethers h hbrothers Lhthenl
brothers l or sai al up straiKhter trail 1ier in tc tchair ti 1 1lIalr
hair 1 air for the I he strap r trap vhii vh hil in h Is intend Intendt > I Ito
to t n cover his hi ese p e did r reach ro ach liit liiterooarh 11 11rlagh hcruagh
e erooarh to hlirdold him as t the curr currv ur urI urr urrir
v I as a ir switched > n while whi h was wasking si sili I II
li I king l < Ing over t ih I it I upper eta of the thetow thetotrd r rnward
tow totrd I rd the th pii prjqt pu st JJe J to i killed e emor Pmore n nore
mor more m ore quickly an the th ll i r rtwo rtwourentwltgt1I two twoureat h hcurrent
current urentwltgt1I was tf tried led dtnat on at tt n 1 4730 d done n I IOtiC
one 0 11 application vas as reuuir r 1 1 though ihougliwas Ibougllwa
was wa v s retained slightly U htly lonqjer at f Ipressure fpressure fresure
pressure ln than In II the other oth > tises tisesOrdeal aseeOrdeal 2ell 2ellOrdeal
Ordeal Soon O Over OverDr er erDrs erDrs
Drs Dr Ransom Spitzsa zr 11 I MeDonn MeDonnhad McDllnhad MelDnnad
had h ad carefully caretuJl examined < th t tht other 1 1ens I IO11
nioaa O11 m ens bodies b bJt stt it In t tJle te e ise of Bvjg Ht Htton Htoil
ton t oil the laat la t i ther physicians wli wliw I IW1e I Iv
w W1e v > ie present pre presen en among 1Il0 nog the witnesses y i tDesses we weeke f fa r rnpked
npked a eke ked to stw stf ate > frward rw rwrd rd an and examine examineody thV thVbody th thbody
body b ody as it lined lIlIe tinedli in th I tht h > chair an anso anso ano
so s o the offlciftL offici jroBounrenont roJi unfn ont of deatll deatlluas dea al1 al1as Ill Illca
uas V ca as naturally tieJayedin tieJayed jeJayflj nelayedn
in j n the case as > rA Willis 1 b current A An jOil inil
Oil ° t n in the threej t11rt tir contacts cont 11S for sixty sixtyonds SixtYnd ixtyond8
onds o nd in that or f Fredenk with witheoatacts withontacts J JlOtaCts
eoatacts c one oh tninute inute and five secend secendlr se c 1 1r >
lr J r that of Blurton urton uith V itl I one conta 0111one ClnEttne >
one o ne minute find nd thirteen seconds lIe onds F fthat rhat >
that t the aciijial act al tim time Inl < on rl5Ufld turned Li n r fUUJagthe Ccutiug
ecuting e < UUJagthe the rfiree Jree rf men v s as five minut minutand minUiand minutnd
and a nd flftyfo < Jr r seconds secondsKCOBjr secondsOF secondsSTOR
STOR < KCOBjr OF THE CHIME C1IEThe CHIMEThe
The BrothdH Br Broth th a Murdered Their Uncle UmlePeter UnclePeter
Peter HaHSanbeck Ira beck in Cold Blood BloodDtmnemora BloodDannemcera
Dannemora Jit Y Oct C ct 1 11n In almost almostall almosta
all a ll 1 respects tfisjltragedy ts tragedy which htch > bsed baedtoday I sad sadoday
today t at Clinsjif CUn prison with the Asath Asathcm dl athOn ithfl
cm O fl the th electrfcj elecntrl < r halr o of it the three Van VanWarmer VanWormer VanWormer
Wormer brotlprS brotlil brot lW was 11niQue111 unique in moo tnodOnly mooern modra
ern e ra egiminal mlnal at t Only once before keforein Iteforein beforett
in i tt this tt state is TAcli 1IeC se led that Jbr thrs thrsbrothers iree ireesefher e ebrotMlII
brothers ha have e to tofor togeer
sefher for a slpder der er In InJolnUy w wjointly r roIntly
jointly J concerned concernedOn cone fMd
On Christmas eve j jlGl 01 with their theircousin thEireouain heir heirouein
cousin c Harvey Bruce the three bn i iore nh nhf rh rhers
ers f r drove from their home hl le in Kind Knn Knnhook r
hook some fourteen mires to the ha hret
let l et of Greendale G 1 ndale in Columbia coun counwhere counwhere coonwhere
where lived Peter A llallenbeck llallenbeckuncle tailenbeckuncle < k >
uncle of the Van Wormers On < en enway n t t t tway
way they stopped at a the Greenda Greendachurch Gre Grens1church nda ndachu1eb
church where hfre they stole tol three vehi vet hi hiof > I Iof i iof
of the farmers a number of robes I Iwhips Iwhips
whips whipsOld
Old Man Shot Down DownThence DownTbenC DownThence
Thence they went on to t the th Hill Halbeck
beck house < p where herl Mr r Hallenbevk Ilallenbeekwife h 4 4wife
wife and a ali ared jred mother nere fort sitting Ittip i 1tbe iThe
tbe he lampllRhr in their th il living l i1g room F f fthe i ithe
the women > n saw them drive past pa pastmoments t A i imoments f fmoments
moments later there > was a knock knockine knktbe knocktbe
I tbe door and an Mr HaUenteck ansv ansvit am a ait > I
i it to find masked m men < = n before beforearmed h 1 i iarmed Iarmed
armed with revolvers 1t0 I fr < Burton i
Wormer led the way ant iI n1 with him himold hintold
old fd man grappled At t nce all t t
began a fusilade fus < ilade of pistol shots wI vl t i
fairly riddled the body bnd f Mr Hall
beck Mrs Jr Hallenbeck the th wife witpinto wifeinto
into the tb kit kltrleon hen and th brother brothert sh shat
at t her but missed Her j husband <
d dazed ted her to flee fl e and slv sh ran upsra upsraI up ta taI e a
I whither the older we wcmat man na n had preie preiein pre prlher preher
her and th the > two barrjL barricaded td d thems themsin themsn a
in the aUk atficI aUkMr atticMr
j 1 Mr Hallenbeck aitiugjtortortr a IIII n rl y V Vwounded
wounded broke awayT away awati1n rID 1m his as asants a aaDts aeants
ants and weat to tfte Hi landing of ofstairs A aataIr <
stairs where hekept he Itept a shotgun shotgunassailants shotgijnassailants hotgunassailants
assailants sawjrhim lIa lim Ret the gun t
lied The old inan an fell to the floor d 1
died 1 1The
dldThe l
The four yiuW
yU Ii men n were rre soon a aarrested r rarrested rarrested
arrested hetraytd het helm ra d by their th footprints fOtprIntrthe n nthe 1 1I
the I he snow and andhave Ht cause thlV were e re > k1 ka katO 1
to have ha harbcred
red bitter feelIngs and an1have
have made threats against their th lr ui
They were iiought to rai 1 lal befor beforextraordinary bfforctraordJl18 beforxtraordrry
extraordinary ctraordJl18 r term f
i of the tb sup SUplourt 8Uprituct >
court appointed apponte by Governor Odeil Odeilpresided I it itpresldsJ I IJtetllded
presided over by Justice viden ChV Ch rr r
I of f Albany nn March 30 O iH2 iH2Bruce 1112Bruce l lBruce
Bruce Turned States KvUence KvUenceHarvey bt4enceHarvey videnceHarvey
Harvey Brue turned suites oS Stewevjd Stewevjdand telJ evid evidand evldIlnd
and it is to a arge extent upon Ms Mstinaony hi hilirnony histirnony
tinaony that the convi cenvictioD < ti tifl < > n of the tbeormer a aormer
Uormer ormer brothers bro h rI r l1ers lees was al secured securedswore securedswore I IYore
swore that on their way WU back hac fron fronseonw fronr I ID
seonw r D DO of the rime each c > the bro
boasted of hi h ing n shot the I h he uncle unclOn unclei nncleOn
On i April s i all a i I three were found
s sand y yinI yant
I and < sentenced to be put to death i iweek iI icok >
week I f k ending May 30 lf 1 1e1 J t Their Theirpeal The Thentsi l lIf
peal If < l to the < ourt i irt of app appuJa iito acted actedstay a ataJ antay
stay and the th ease ase went oi ever r ant antpresent II
1 present year yearJudge yearJudge r rJUdge
Judge O OBriea ri on
wriiins the u unous aneuS I
i nous opinion of the higher itlgheragainst I1Jcberagl t tagainst
against agl inst the > appeal pronounced prono in I
ible i ibm the main ma n I plea of defense defe tha thaexpedition t ba baexpedftion e eexpedition
I expedition of the tour to Hallenl a
I house houit was in iI the nature of
a amens al1Wfi aI >
I mens l1Wfi prank the fatal fatnlautcm fatnlautcmwhich outcoir outcoirwhich tconi f fwhich
which had not v rtfeD en a partof part of the theTwice theTwice theTwice
Twice Kespited KespitedThe
The court fix fixj I the th
upon Teek k o of nI r rf
I f > for the carrying car 1C out of th hit death deathten deathnl deathton
ten nl but the Ii I Ym In Wo WriJ ran + g have havei hnl ha hac
i < o respited by Governor
OJU1 OJU1Harvey J JHano jTlarvey
Harvey B Bi Bru is u e a their feiw v in incriive inTine ititire
Tine tire for which I1n they dU < todav todavtried I Itiili I Itrhj
tried alone al 1e and sentenced t > impi impient imprInt iniprh iniprhnf
ent > nf for eight years yearsMrs yearsrs yearstIrs
Mrs rs Haihnbt Ha knoi t soon lowed lowechusband lowedso lowedhusband j jhusband
husband to the rh rave 1Ye Vea a so s di dilowed did dirlaged diiaged
aged mother r I e murd i man manK manbrother manbrother manbrother
brother i < u A Hai Ii K leek teckvives leekvivee ck s sealtii svives
vives but he h > roken > ll j > calm KIth1 KIth1nervous a anervous 1 1V inervous
nervous ly l ih h 1 vful tri t Zr V T enac enacaged enacalmost en enI cmvalmost
I almost wiii wit hearing SearinpFormer bearinpEolme hearingFormer
Former Tragedy T gedy Re Recl en ed edj edThe
j i The a ii > execution < r y rai raito
j I to a t f 1 > rii of sevent seventynh > th e list listmurderers listI listmUrtererS
murderers who Wh have ha oJ iied In j if elet eletchair ele eivchair t tchair
I chair The ptmuitan m jtior jtiorthree JtiOl1three itionthree
three brothe is i not u n i > nted ntedthe n atedthe t e eI
I the history of New P york York sr Jthous Jthousto lthou lthouto 1thougto
to find the parallel < 1 1 i go g t h hI ha hato n nto
I to June 7 iv 1 h ni e broth brotheiNelson brothe brothsNelson
Nelson e on i 1 < riid 1 jr j n a d8C tac ac Thayer Thayerthe Thayelthe Thayerthe
the town oi i L e1 i > 5 jfirie county v vhanged
hanged simultaneously on a triple triplelows triplflows triplelOWS
lows erected on the west side of ofagara ofagata ofagata
agata square in the city ity of BufO Bur BuffThe
The erinie rjl 1 for f < which Kif tl Thyer Thyeras Thax Thrveaa
aa as tle I t tjJokn hTch L y Oi u a r ici icilofca ct
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