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4 r W F James 883 93 93Frank 83Frank +
T + Frank PrankXnox Knox ftlll Q1 114 114Gorse 13 + 4George >
4 George T Odell 75 75Heee T5Neceeeary 75NeoeSeal7 +
+ Heee Neceeeary sary to chaice oe oet oeTHIS tM tMTHIS I 4 4rp
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rp HIS tells tI1 the th u propressot JI rtfUl t th tb raee raeefor raeefor raeeI
THIS I for tho t hf Rrpubli nlptlblidn < ftn mayoralty mayoraltynotrinHtion m1oraltynomlntlon mayoraltynontntInn
notrinHtion as t H 1 was1 waiB1tt waiB1ttftw la t Bight BightTho ght ghtih4
Tho Hgurrs tl Un erg n obtain ntQ I1t im1 by b Th ne Her HerBi HfllrBid HcrI
Bi Bid < i thrrii thrfllg1t t hri i i g hv ff i independent In4lepead nt osjfvass osjfvassnd aN aNfi a83vnuI
nd fi d ire I r > ax accurateas tf as It is IIgrt possible lo lopr 0Jt °
Jt pr Nii Shr af the votes crediUB U UJanus t tJanu 14Jarns >
Janus au I11 tttee credited to Oddl are arentfste areontfo
4 ontfo < ntfste teol l by biXoox Xnox men wtoa 1 13 will < u utr 011 UflI
tr 1 Id i i the t he mporary I organisation of the thefunvtntlon thelIlI thettJfl
funvtntlon funvtntlonThe ttJfl lIlI t nUon nUonrhl ntI4rILm
The m situation It I tloll is 1 likely to change nee ma matprially matprially matcriifly
tprially today I Ia fact it is changing changingalir banglJt
alir 11 IJl o st t E v vrv iy 1 minute It Is ItIHr war itr to the thexniff thenif thenjf
xniff nif i k11if if to the hilt and blood ev evMyvheiv e eI esryvtir
Myvheiv I h HitternesR is IncreatMng The Thevef TIMiip ThetPV
iip vef tPV < ven en more we rl Iarly arly dpawn drawnyf drawnyfIday yes yeslT yenlrdy
lT Iday < iiy thHi thoy th > y verf fIY the f ngbt gbt of the thelrimarlfs tWJimlrl thesrjfltrjp
lrimarlfs The Th i lu4 iudrtn > ud < fen fQ swJngln1 swJngln1MurmoA anIn anInttrflgfh n nTIntt
MurmoA TIntt rtrrtlgth th from OtfeH ttefl U t tiu to toIII tbBt <
iu tht th > Irimarh > rimariei had as nmch tt tO tOvth > do dovith d i
vith ilh it t BS 8 nythins tknne ome of the otheV otheVMmmonH tbI4Nnrnuy 8
MmmonH now no lu tipportiiU roHlrur Odell Odd are ex exJii eZIiiIIting
Jii 11 IiiIIting i 11 J I ting I I n si ns of following while there theres theieroet
s a lr08P ro8iict t that for the same reason reasonKnox reBonnox1II
Knox 1 nox1II nn will get w fCOme > me nonMormon sup supl supJort supJurt
l Jort rt from th tIuI Odell Od 1I faction Even some someor omeflf somert
or the th IloMorinon < > n MorAion James followers followersnro
nro fI rl showing 4howi II restlessness and a ttlsposl ttlsposltin dinpositir
tin to gt into other company The Theunrs TbeJt TheJatflfM
Jt JatflfM unrs lesilers Ita lent are using every effort to toIid tuhld
Iid 1 I the I he nonMormons ii in line especial especially etll eClaly ¬
ly y souio flrn of I the old Liberals who ho find findit
it hir halll i to feet Ot used to working WOrkl worklit1g hand In Inpiovf InI
5 4th piovf I withbishops with bl8hoP8 bishops counsel counselS el
ois S 1 < 4 and a nd block teachers Knoxs K noxs support supportIs
Is 1 almost a entirely nonMormon nonMormonBitt nonMormonUttQMt nonMormon3ittist
Bitt UttQMt fc Fikt la Y YMtW YMtWot Yssr am amNot
Not ot sin ine < e the dissolution of the tie Lib Ltbcal LibII lAbal
4 cal al II and Peoples parties ha hat there been beenMich been1I beentoh
Mich 1I toh < h a fight The principal thing that thatK thtepS
K pps PI it from fl being a straightout con conttst conI const
ttst st I between betH = the church ana anti antihutch anti4hurch
l hutch factions ht < untl is the personal ambi ambition ambIion ¬
11 tion t ion of one man milnSenator Senator Thomas ThomasKorns nomaKn romgms
Korns Kn rn8 The antagonisms he has hasriou USI hasUd
I riou rOUId Ud i among < the nonMormons have havethrown hayet havethrown
thrown t into the tb other camp such old oldtime oldtlll1 oldtlfl
time < Liberals and astute politicians poIlt1danA as asArthur anArthur
Arthur A Ilhur Pratt 0 J 1 Salisbury lIlIbary and num numhr numrs nuroxrs
hr xrs rs of iftheis then s including SOOM of the theformer efIImer
former 1 rrnr Arthur Bron faction white ex exongr cxS
S 4 ongr oflgrseman Raman George Sutherland Sutllerlan4khl ta tapekiiiK
pekiiiK 0 khl kftig to warm his senatorial boom boomunder boomunder heomunder
under the th wing of the church The fact factthat factthat factthat
that James himself hlm 1f is a nonMormon nonMormonpersonally nonMonnoeJJenonalty nonMormonpisonalIy
personally popular has also brought broughtover t tpr
over vr pr some omf support supportThe MUt iuporLThe Olt OltThf
The KearnsKnox Kearn Knox crowd Is trying to tok tokf toPt
k kf op Pt the > fight openly on the Mormon MormonnHle Mormoni
< < nHle ntH lines I while hUe the tb SmootSnther SmootSntheri SmootSutherLlndJam SmootSutberludJamPsehureb
i imiJanvxchurch LlndJam lhurcb element Is I seeking seekingt ee
S t smother ntot r any such talk talkAnd talkOfl
7 And Ofl Oriell 0 < 11 is Ii plodding l along trying tryingt t
t < > kop an even t vpn balance lance so as a not to topill topill tossfl
pill the water on either shoulder hop hopnit bopJI hopiTur
nit JI iTur tor 01 a modIfIcatIon of the Kilkenny Kilkennyvit KUk
vit tii > which will leave him the sole soleHui Ie Ief
Hui f 81 I jvir i V r The compromise candidate candidatehis
5 his hi frienls > are calling ealU him But the theprincipal theJriwipal theri
principal ri mi pal fighters ate to no mood to tocompromise toOlllplOml tofl
compromise compromiseJames OlllplOml fl npromieJames e 0 0James
James saw s Is Fhs m Ballot BallotThe kUotThl ollotIhv
The James men are stl stralnlna aInIfl every everyn everyln veryTh
n ln Th < iv to muster enough strength to tonominate toJ1inlnHt top
p nominate iitnnte on n the first ballot not The Kpox iCnoxn KpoxtTld
tTld < n ni < l otto leaders are wovkins ln ex extly cxI x xIly
I tly the th opposite direction Many Manyiugatep Mnyd 87 87dIgat
dIgat d iugatep gatee are pledged to James on the thefirst t1aefi thetiist
first fi Isl ballot bu Jot and to Odell or Knox tm tmtin On OnI onth
tin I th h second < It Is conceded by all that thatif
S if Jame is not nominated on the theriTst thefirst thetist
first ballot his chances are greatly di diminished dim dinniehed ¬
minished minishedThere m nniehedI I ni heod heodThere
I There was a bull market in proxies proxiesy
y YS > sterdny t > rdn Knox and James men were weretlu were111f werettD
tlu principal bidders Delegates Deie lUee to the theiy theI
iy I y convention On ntlon wer we offered IS 5 10 10 10Mi 10SI
SI Mi nil < l 15 for their th > lr proxies early In the thelay theday theiLy
lay Thin the bidding became more morelively moreivcl
lively 1 ivcl anti aot thf thre re were rumors that as asiiiKh asjiJh asi
iiiKh i gh as I I Jim lOt > was W l paid for a proxy Stv Sevthousand StvI Stvthoind
< I 1 thousand t hOIIa I dollars dolla rll R ns i paid out yes yest el5 el5tnla
1 tnla rtliiy cording S > < to the th best estimates estimatesof fAtimatef
of sf f th poiti Jltioal < al li rnar mHfldKfI2 > aK < M > < Whether Whetherof
II Y > of 4 H t was wa cash a h for vote ott4 in the theconvention theonnotllon thet1vffltn
convention c Iloa a bv b only surmised Part Partf Partul
< ul > f it wis wi for th Rtitgs of men who whornt whoPl1t whoP11
rnt P11 t fim f I1I oiv prooiiui Ietiflt to another anoth to toot toIf toThe
ot If
The OlfU men s st t up u a a claim yes yesfrrfhiy yetf HIffIday
frrfhiy f N that I the Ih t he pritnarip wore > illegally illegallycalled illegallysllL IlIeg1lyalkd
called hauK > HauKe the oflli oftklal i laI l call all did not notpic nnti
pic i the names IUlnl of the th oftii PffihS for r > r which whi < h
itions tions were to be made The Thefaction Thee ThefatiOfl
faction were willing Im to accept acceptall ac acceptan ce pt pttl
e tl all ll as legal declaring dec that the theparticipated
participated in the t primaries primariesaal tViarlesmould rles
aal should ould have raised the tbetbe thethe jKjfeBTlM jKjfeBTlMfoli >
flept the Odell and the Jaiftfs J Ji Jaa dete detegBteii deinpin
i gBteii pin had meetings meetl tI last eveagnjr to toaunt tot
I etn aunt noses no The Th Odell Odellla vaimmdL Ii Is Isheadquarters 1 1hea4qunrters
tI tIr
headquarters In the KeaJ Keoyonj tajr tajrlasses II IItJIn
lasses delegates met in the th s4j j t trottPty sms smscottnty aM aMI
r I county building There TbeTej will willtker1hg tp j jgathering < <
j gathering tker1hg rDtg of the Knox claim l lanats lanatsow ad yC yCSow
Sow ow the Delegatse Del DelJthpr Stand StandA
A further urther analysis of the tlMfrtJJR thefrees < returns returnsCrcwn
frees the t primaries shows the lineup ttncuy46y Il lineupy e epnut
46y y fNTteincts pnut t to be as follows followsx follows1noL
1noL L x Odell James Janesn JanesVhtt Ja Jafti JamesI JamesVIfth
31 tH tHTJIfiI
fti TJIfiI tJ I I If
> f n 3 3IIfIt
IIfIt VIfth 4 J Jj5
j5 j5bow1l 75phowa
Vhtt shows Knox to t be 1M1ta In the UaeIe aeeud aeeudentz fend fendla
entz la t the SeconA 9A JilUf iztl wicinct8 wicinct8Kearns cfttcts cfttctsIn ctB
18 18f 18tearns I
si f y ylCenrns
Kearns family family familyad > ad been beenltlllrtJnlntb co cot asteif 4t h th thThirtyninth the thehirtynlnth
Thirtyninth dhttifpt trJtt jtae tae entire ent entletlOa porn jcompiexktn pornpiexkm
piexktn of the tlt Fourth precinct would wouldhave trouldhave uld uldban
> have been changed Knox would have havehad havebad havehad
had thirtysix votes in the precinct precincti precinctJames precinctlamea
i James thirtythree and Odell six sixf IIILFIGHTS sixPIGflT
Si SttJiut nt Features of Several Intareet IntareetiBjp Intwestill Intoresting
iBjp ill Contests ContaeUSome Contta2JoIa ContestsSome
Some lively couneHhuuiic inanlc fights tl < htB are on onfor 00fop onfOr
for this evening in the Republican con conventions conv conventIon ¬
ventions v ntoftlJ Jn jkbn he Ftost orecinct an effort effortfs
fs f bouts made to form a combination oe oetwfwn oetWMft oetwsen
twfwn Frank 1 Hewlett L j D Martin Martinand Martlaand Martinand
and Thoma Hobdav The nonMormons nonMormonsof
of the district trict caucuseed last evening and anddiscussed a4dwU88ed anddiseussed
discussed the Question of putting three threestratalit threen threestraiabt
stratalit = oonMormons o on the ticket c cMOM The Thesentiment Thesenthiwat
sentiment n wan In favffr a of two nonMor nonMormons nonMormoss ¬
MOM and one Mormon The other lena leaaI leaGme lenatn
I bur tn candidate In tbe precinct Inet are Joseph Josephi J JosephChristensen pb pbGbrilltfn
i Christensen Gbrilltfn en Mormon and I L B Moore MoorenonMormon MoorenonMormon
nonMormon who are said to be working wotktn wotktntOIf workingtosether I
I together togetherfn tOIf U1er U1erIn
In the Second the Knox crowd Is in incontrol Ineontrol Incontrol
control J II Preece is slated for one oneseat onelleat oneseat
seat and B D 1 Blackmarr is understood understoodto unde undeto
to be down for another anotherThe anoUaerTtM another1ie
The Third 111 Inot Is not so well settled There Therewill Therewill Therewill
will be a orettv fight in the Fourth and
Fifth In the latter the three present in incumbents 10umbentB incumbntz ¬
cumbents A J Davis Da T B R Black a aJ aid
3 S Daveter are huvinr hard fights T TKnox The TtaKnox TheKnox
Knox men are incontrol In control and some trad tradhur tradbur tradlax
bur is likely C M Neunausea is oa e enn lot lotone l r rone
one nn of the seats seatsPOIJTICAIi seatsPOLITICAL 8 8POLITICAL
The Republican city lit convention wilt wiltmeet wiltII14I8t wiltmeet
meet at 11 oclock tomorrow forenoon at atthe atthe atthe
the Grand theatre TIle Republican pre precinct peec1M ¬
claM conventions eonv nttona to nominate three can candissttes candleau candIten
dissttes for l r the council In each precinct precinctand precinctafl
and afl to select city cI dt tt committeemen and andmember aMof an4sesesbeca
I member of f the commute on creden credenttaja ered eredt1IIIII eredentia
ttaja tia organisation and platform ha the thecity
city 414 sWventioa VeDUoB will be held this evening eveningFirst eveningas eaIIa eaIIaae
ae ftIIDwIJ ftIIDwIJFlnt fsilowsFirst
First Municipal Ward WardAnnfx V Annex Ninth Ninthward flnUawant 4Inthward
ward meeting meetJ house corner of Fourth FourthSouth Fourtitfbuttt Fourthgouth
South and Fifth 1ttII Bast streets streetsSecond atreeufo streetsecoM
Second Municipal Munid Ward WardOld Old Boston Bo Bostonstore tOll tOllnon
1 store room IfrMM u South outh West Temple TempleThird TtmpleTIaIrd TempleThIrd
Third Mantctaal Ward Seventeenth Seventeenthward eventeeatbaAl nerenteentaward
ward aAl meeting meeti boose First North nrth be between be between beween ¬
tween ween West Temple T and First West WestFourth WestFourth t tFourth
Fourth MunMpal Muntei Ward Twentieth Twentiethward Twentletbward Twentiethward
ward amusement hall hs Second street be between bet between ¬
tween t D DFIfth and adFifth IX
Fifth Mtmieipal WardOld city hall hallcorner Jaallcorrwr hailcorner
corner First South 8 and State tate streets streetsIt
It takes tak nine DIn tailors tat to make a man manand manand n nand
and a ninth of a man then you are areang arefiaIC areI4ang
ang the th crow to Jhe tailor in Ito RoI obin obinHood Jn JnHood
Hood Now If It tokes three of DIck DlckAleys DIckAle DickAeys
Aleys Ale votes otes to count sa > eDe oe what part partof partof Partof
of a man an is he heThis heTbta heThis
This Is I the question hi friends are ask aski
i mg htm and he does not exactly relisa relisathe retlsdI reitsothe
the th Idea IdeaMr Id IdMr ideaMr
Mr Aley Ale in the past has paid more at attentlon a attenttsn t ttentlon
tentlon t to < > his duties as agent of the Rio RioI RioOrtinde
i I Grande Gr ndf W Western > tMn In Salt Lake > than he
I has to politic Recently Re < ent1 however howev < r he heyielded hfieldt heyielded
yielded ieldt d to the t 1t blandishments of some of ofthe ofI ofthe
the th Knox supporters and nd consented d to al allow allow allow ¬
I low the u us f I his hl name as a l a delegate delegatefrom dpltJRtflfroJa dleratefrom
from the th Fortyeighth district di trkt to the th city cityWith elt cityeonvsUflosi
confIOtf eonvsUflosiI OQ OQItb
t I With Itb irrat kr t pnthU nthusiarrr IIT h < plunpprl Ihrn lting p1 l into
I th the campaign He h holl bgan uan II a nysteinattc tpm8t
1 effort to ncrcawe hl his ponuUrftv 611114 rlt at the
Fifth Fast hotel when he reside Ac According AecoJdtnJr According ¬
cording tn t > rum rumor < r he was esoeoiHlly p illlh gas irail gaslant
Illfnt l lant nt to th t women wom < n chunred hi hraml ttr yu of ofclears nfI atclears
I clears rl am Ii aid 111 ki klt t Ills noekefi filled with withhe withI withthcs
thcs he for r the lb mn doubled his I tips to tothe
I the hrr ht > riI and iI t earned fddo on everybody As Ass 1 1I
n s e enIII n i > Tiff T1e h tf took ok a Wsr del fltItratnn fltItratnnfretll 1eieattnnfrom eatton eattonfrom
I from tl th ° hotel hot fo t vst jte for him nt the th pH pHi primary
I i mary a Whe hel h the th conn C0flt wa OV Or T it wan WitSfound wasfsnnd
1 found that lu wan wa tied ti with two others othersContinued nthtrai nthe ntheonttnued
Continued onUnu on Page 7
+ 5 HIcAGO Oct 13 13Followprs Followers of John Alexander Dowie are gather cathr cathrinK gatherS gathering + 4ing
4 + CHICAGO C S ing In treat t numbers in Zion City today t y in preparation forhc for the hc start ltarttflmOrJfIW + 4tomorrow
tomorrow of tho ht > restoration n toratt army arm for New York They The came eamefronl tfl1 tfl1corn + 4front
+ front corn various poJiH in the west and northwest and even en from Manitoba Manitohatnd + 4and
5 + and western Can alld < l Thro > ate Dowieites I > registered at Zlrn City It from frnmthe 4 4the
4 the Puget Sound nd < stntry < u ntry and nd from illforniv The Th streets trf > t of Zion City tt ttwe tty 4 4wei
4 wei < thronged t with ftiutrU uu in uniform and nd each heaflns bea a leather leatherixii et etPUIl +
4 ixii PUIl h containing a Bible while hilt on theface of the receptacle r ptacle to the in InOftIIion + 4m
4 OftIIion sI ljofl m Thf Word Jd of God 00 001fJal + f fsirrjil
4 sirrjil train of 1 baggage bag ag carp was W UI made up todny and ntJ partially IJartiOillylOi11 vartialiylos + 4lo
+ lo lOi11 los i Vl 1 In in 11 i train a Kurplicod choir rholrof of AAO 4O W memtwra will it ill travel whiir whiiron while whilton 4 4On
+ on iii IIf lIPS V ill i h bs > o a 1 uniforntrU guard JW flt in all f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Mistook His Wife Wife For a Burglarand Burglar Burgarand
5 and Filled FUr6 Her Full of ofLead ofLead 1 1Le9d
Lead Lead8ai Leadaa
8ai aa Francisco Fran nd8co Oet 13Hilliard Ru Rusell Jtqu Run Runsell
sell a negro shot and < killed his wife wi at ata atSpa
Spa a earlV ho or r this morning naornl st their home homeCorbett homtINt homethe atl
tINt C Corbett tt road Russell awoke ac acto afto acOlRK
OlRK to Ms h story and hearing h arhl < a noise noisetkw noisethe i itIm
tIm kitchen thought that burgutn were weretie wereta i
ta tie tIt house He H took his shotgun Ibot un from fromaccuatewied fromlw
I lw accuatewied ed place pl e undo turning saw a atttutti aat amerit I
tttutti at the bedroom rooIIt door r Raising Ra8In ntn ntnaNm ht htCOIIIIRan mahe
aNm he he commanded COIIIIRan halt and without withoutwatring withoutfor WithlUttlng
watring tlng for a reply fired both barrels barrelslisiurtv barnIIIv barrelsi1itv
lisiurtv v btowhur bh wbur his victims Itttm head off The ThebonV Ihebmiv 1
bonV fell to the th floor and then th n for the theftanst thetINt thefhut
tINt time Russell realised that he had hadfettled hadk9lsl i
fettled IdII his h wife wifecnbors wife5niors f fJfetcbbon
Jfetcbbon cnbors were called m and fld later > r the thef thenoflee
ociISe f tUd M4 the criefMrtckea f4trlc1le hasbttd hasbttdfeflseihi hUlllllNillGIEftIIeUa husbandkseeuaa
feflseihi at the side of his victim be bemoaning ben bemeaning ¬
moaning n the tb horrible fate fat which bad hadtaken badinkel
taken tak her from him Russcn R n was w arrest arrested arreeA arrened ¬ I
ed but his h story et was w apparently suck a aawakendl atat aa
tat 4
Uo i
1 1o
a awakendl 4 bvtlK v Uw cry to o halt and t the theftrtn dielftlf thef
ftrtn f lftlf tIE oIn offh tlisk sMdh5 b dsfroborato rate in In8ft a great greatmeasure greatmeasure t ture
measure the stervto14 tnr rol4 I bv the husband hnsoandaart h1 husbandand an4antt
and father The Th Russell home bad been beenburgiarised beenbunrlarts beenburatartaed
burgiarised d recently recentlyFATAL rfteftttvf
+ + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + f +
1 + + FATAL FATALDuD FATALDuDMlddie EariD EariDMiddlesboro RUD + 4 4FATAL
4 5 5IIddiesboro +
+ Middlesboro Mlddie boro Ky Oct 13 lJA lJAfeUct 13Afeud A +
+ feud on Clear fork between the the8owde18 theSowders +
+ Sowders and Parton P families famm has hure hasresulted 4 +
+ resulted re In the killing of James Jam JamParton JamesParton 4 +
4 + Parton I It 4
+ + 4 + + + + + + + t ± + + + + + + + + +
S 4 4Riot I
Riot Pillage an nL L Arson rson Follow in the th Wake of a Strike Strikeof Strikeofthe
S of ofthe the WeaversTroops WeaVGl1sr WeaversTro Troops ps Compelled to toChange tot tott
1 t Charge the Rioters
A RMBJfTIERS RI IERS North No ITranee rnce ace Oc OcA
A 1 13 13T 13TItle Tills wwn 1 giq mf to toiin ny v gIven Iven up upto upto upto
L to riot pnfctjce pma e d hicendlartom hicendlartomas l
as a connvquence co uence ot if th i4t the Vcvvra etWI strlsw strlswNothing striheNothing i itbln
Nothing < tbln this Is morning m foretold U the we wertous se serious serious ¬
rious dt disturbances ahoat to octnnr but butat butat butat
at noon the strikern str terl Aft receiving an answers QJIHwen anawera ¬
swers to their t r demanda 4 from idle ew ewployers etn etnploYrtI enployers
ployers broke oat tatslihe t the wU4wt 4 4s JK JKcesses x
cesses s A nwfe lNl sf f Jt09A txreA t3I5SS to 5 the thegreat IJtCgreat e egreAt
great square squareIId and urgj u ih the tro t1 troop n sto stoThe statlonedthere tst tstiloned
tlonedthere iloned there to throW thros WD 5h It U1 arms armsshouting i iIIboutln
shouting < non Down git tHiOlilL ttiotj ttiotjrho I IThe
The rioters rlo the theprincipal theIIPd AFeI1I reVth > the theprtnriPMJ tbet tbetw1
principal atr atrdow tfM tfMdewa
w1 w1they
dow dewa of QK tileI tiletbP78tre QKthey
they tbP78tre stretrtwd n riN aa the he hert srtthe srt wap wapte
the ofa obect > ect of impe IIIIPII l g the advance ef ofpfiHji efrMy efegi4ry
egi4ry pfiHji rt They wrecked ahopnc ho sacked j jthe
the > ItoHfea ho Qf q persons p4I obnoxlo obnox obnoxiouSOto ito to the thertngl themgi i irmgletl
rmgletl rtngl HK and attacked th the ofaXs in intwo I Itwo
two of wnVh w h they t ey succeeded in Inateal steal stealing stealtag ¬
tag a few fe hundred hu dred dollars from the thetills thetU thetills j
tills tU
tillsOne One gang set fire to a large la e quantity quantityof
of linen 1t In the cellars nar of Messrs Me B Bee Beequarta c cquarts
quarts factory Others broke the thewindows UwwindoWIJ thtwndows
windows of houses ee and throw inaidr inaidrburning Isoldeburning
burning b atiaw 8 straW ra w The troops hampevMi hampevMiby bampeendby ed edby
by tile obstructions thrown in their theirray tMtry theIrway
ray y hy the rioters were for a long longtme ioit
tme t lDeunable unable to disperse the mob
New York Y ork Oct 13 13In In a letter J tter to the building buildingtrades buildingtrades buildingtrades
trades iiniona Unio unio9 of this city and vicinity made pub public public publie ¬
lic tonight Samuel Gompers president of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Federation of Labor and James Duncan Duncansecretary Duncanrctri Duncansecretary
secretary rctri have h ve recommended that the unions gree agreeto greeto greeto
to the piitu of arbitration of the employers associ association association assort assortation ¬
ation This action which comes after Mr Gompers Gompersinvestigation GompersiUre8tigation Gompersinvestigation
investigation of o the labor situation in this city is isconsidered isconsi1ered isconsidered
considered a defeat for the building trades unions unionswhich uuioD8which sutionawhi
which whi have refused ref ed to sign sign the plan of arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion It is also recommended that the unions UniOflS which whichhare whichI whichlntve
hare signed 8 the agreement insist upon u the disband disbandment disbandment disbandmeat
I ment of ofeuch s such ch organizations as hare bavebeen been instituted institutedrecently iJl institutedieceiitIy ituted itutedreoeedtJy
recently us s rivals to the previously existing unions unionsof unio s sof
of the trades Mr Gompers also al recommends that thatthe t1 thatthe lt ltthe
the unions be lenient with the members of the rival rivalorganization rivalorganizational rivaorganizations
organization and afford them an opportunity opp rtuitity to tojoin tojoiu toOil1
join Oil1 the union uiiion ranks ranksAlthough ntabAlthogh ranksAlthoitgh
Although seeing 8efin flaws in the plan l lan > of arbitration arbitrationas
as 8 submitted ubmitt d by the employers jtfr r Gompers ts ap approves approves approves ¬
proves of it on the whole particularly in the elimi elimiIW
Jean W Holtaman Rol Elected Over OverMayor 0 0Xayor OverMayor
Mayor Bookwalter Boo ter by 1007 1007Plurality 1007Plura1ft7 1007Plurality
Plurality PluralityIndianapolis Plura1ft7Indlanap PluralityIndianapiUn
+ Indianapolis lls Ind Oct 13 13Un 13Unofflclal Un +
1 4 official returns from the city dee eJecI deetion 4 +
+ tion indicate Indlc the election of John Jobnw Johnw +
I + W Hottaman Democratic Dem candl 4 4 4date
+ date for mayor mayor over 0 Charles A ABookwalter ABookwalter +
1 + Bookwalter tbe present Dt Republl Republtcan 4 +
+ can mayor mayorf mayorThe S +
4 f The rest of or the ticket is doubt doubtfuJ doubtful + 4j
j + ful Out of 287 voting precincts precinctsUflftICtsl +
1 + unofficial returns from JS4 pre 4
1 4 tlncts give Holtxman 20215 Book BookwaJter 4
S Swaiter 4 waiter l 11208 l92O 8 Hits JIt Prohibition and +
I 4 Independent 5267 Plurality for forHoltan forHoltaman + I
+ Holtxman 1007 1007I 4
I 4 The campaign has been one of oftht +
4 the most spirited in the history hi8tor of ofthe + 4i
i 4 the city and a the vote vot polled was 4 4i4
i4 1 4 the heaviest at t ever cast A strong RtrongRepubflan ationgktepubftean +
+ Republican following did hot sup iOUpport +
4 port J Mayer y r Bookwalter on ac act +
4 count t unt of antagonism to the admin admlnltraUon 4
4 intration +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + p
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i
4 5 1 1S
S Berlin Oct 13 13An An odd case ot o ole 4
4 lese e majeste te Is reported from fromM 4
4 Meiden M > lden Bavaria tgatr tgairist ct = a i priest prtttltwho +
4 who refused to administer com communlon 4 4munion
4 munlon to a I sick Isk personuntil t person erson until a aportrait +
4 portrait of the empress was wa re r rmned removed +
+ moved on the ground that tha t h her hprdr herdreis > r +
+ dross dr > being bPiJ1 low iO < ut < it as s ui viI il 4 1aJetatH
4 spectacle for vottth 0 The priest prtal80 4 4also
4 also ordered OJdeftdout out the emperors emperorpktutt 4
4 pkturo alleging that both nor ur 4 4 i itrattg
4 4 traits belonged < d together tO tthfr The 1btICtatj 4
4 4 states s attorney taused the pH prbsts prbstsindittnient ft > t tindktment +
+ indictment indktmenti +
i 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + + 44 + + + 4 + 4 + 4
nation of the thepurey purely sympathetic 8mpatbeti strike which is a aweapon aapol1 aweapon
weapon apol1 he says s V that t has been brought into play piayto
to such < xtrenie4 < > at other times t Jnl for entirely in insufficieul in8ufficiq insutlicie
sufficieul sutlicie vtMonai n that even its advocates now depre deprecate deprecstCit depreeate ¬
cate cstCit its lI uo tl Iti therefore there o e not unnatural that a areaction areactfon
reaction h ts S W t i sm he continues and that the no notion JlOtion notion ¬
tion prevails preveis that aU H differences dijfen > uces in disputes between betweenemployers betweeuclnllo betweeneznloyers I
employers clnllo ret and nd workmen Olin or or must be adjustedby adjusted adjustedby
by arbitration arbitrationIn arbitra ou ouII
In our opinion agreements O lfIemC t8 with employers > tS for forthe forthe forthe
the maintenance of industrial peace and the pur pursuit pursuit pursuit ¬
suit of die policy po1ii of o conciliation with every hon honorable honorable henorabe ¬
orable effort at rbitratiou tftiou of disputed points but butmaintaining butDlaiDtait butniauitaiirntg
maintaining DlaiDtait Jfg the largest possible > limit of freedom freedomof
of action of the 111iohln uok > ii will tend to the establish establishment establisbmeut establishI1eIt ¬
ment of JD more ioore ie ri rightful < 1itIul relatioiis r latiOl s between the work workmen workinenaod workmen ¬
men inenaod and their etttployers and the establishment establishmentof
of a larger tger degree degr of industrial tran tlJ lUwty uflity than thanany thanallY thanaue
any coercive eoe he poHcy p4 of compulsory compul ry arbitration arbitrationwl arbitrationwhetber arbitrationwhether
wl whether etl er enforced e forc d b by b combinations of employers or orby orb orby
by b the stale
FIFTEEN MEN MENGO1DOW GO IIDWAmerican 01WN 01WNAmerican 1 1American
American Whaler JosephManl JosephManlWrecked Joseph Manta ManlWrecked MantaWrecked >
Wrecked on One of the theAzore the theAzore theAzore
Azore Islands Islardoj IsIardP4vaI r rFavaL
1 1FdvaL
FavaL Azores Oct 11 11Th4 i3ThsAgner1eaa i3ThsAgner1eaawhaler TheAmertcaa TheAmertcaawhaler uirlea 1 1wJaaJer
whaler Joseoh Manta SU has been wrcpked wrcpkeda wr 1U gked kd i iON 1
ON a the island of Pico one of the ttbeInOUD < Asoresr Asoresrcrouo s sErouD
crouo and all on board were were lost 1 8h 8hhaikMfrom Sh6 Sh6balletrom Shohaiiei
haikMfrom haiiei rem Provlncetown proVtncetown Mass Ma and andcarried andJJTIed zndallied
carried a crew of Hftcea men menProvJncetown men menPtuvincetown
ProvJncetown oiaeetown Mass Oct 13 13Tlte 13Tlteta The Man I Iwas r
ta was called call the beet whaler wblerthates balrthat that ev sv svher
fltttd from this non and was a named 14 14her
her owner of this place She was eom eommand5 < om ommanned m mmandtd
manned bv b Cantatn J 1 t e FratO Fra Whose Whosehome whoShams
home was th Pavsl where he leaves A AwfcW 1wkow i iwkw
wfcW The rrew Mf was all Cape Verde VerdeHinl
Hinl H1h i Azores Islanders IslandersThf IslandersTh I
Thf Th Mantis t kit t1rOlnto Frovlncetown n In I Ipmher He iI
< ember of lOOt for a three yearn tar cruise cruisehait
1 h he North Atlantic Sln Since suiting she shehllil
has landed la about lMQ barrels of fperm ierin ierinoil 1 1oil
oil at t the western w tern islands for shipment hlpm ut utto I Ito
to this countrv countrsCONFESSED i iCONFESSED
ON HIS I DEATHBED DEATHBEDSpringfield DEAThBEDSpringfield B I Irrepancle
8pr Springfield O Oct 13 13AtIeged Alleged die discrepancies diefrepancles ¬
crepancies amounting to U4Oet UOM are T said saidjto said1a id idfn
jto fn have haV been b discovered in the accounts accountsof
of the late Joseph Shafar who had been beensecretary bMnetretary beensecretary
secretary and treasurer of the firm of ofP ofP
P P Mast ft Co 0 manufacturers of ofgrain otKraln ofgrain t
grain drills Two weeks ago 0 Mr Shahr ShahrWlfFl ShahrWas Hhahrwas
was attacked l by typhoid fever fOnr and sub uh tihsequently i 1lleqaMltJt isequently
sequently dted ied There Tht > is I a story that thaton thton
on D his deathbed ho h revealed that his bi ac accounts ¬ I
counts were not correct rrect and an exam examination eumfollopd examiflatlon ¬
ination followed He had been regarded regarde1as j
as above suspicion s plon In 1 n sovontpen I y Ylarl yeishe vx vxhe C Chf
he had not takers tak f1 a vi IIatIvll < ation lie huU 6 < t rsalary j j jsalary
salary sahlr of f 2100 icto a year eal ealI ealt i
= t i = > Ji < i
finally a determined enarge hy lan lancers 1 lanem ¬
cers em restored twe4 temporary quiet quietAfter quietAfter
After dark the rioters tore up thft thftsewer th thwer thsewer
sewer wer gratings gnttl and paving pa Y1 stones ten and andstretched aDdslretched adstretched I
stretched wires across tile streets Wo Women Women Women ¬
men brought piles ot empty bottles bo t1es for forns foras foru
ns u as mIssiles 1 rile boys swarmed swarmedUp
Up Ii the lamp posts and extinguished the thegas Utepa thegsjets
gas gsjets Jets jet1Roo 5 5Houses
Houses Roo Sacked SackedIn
In I spite apt te of the efforts of the soldiers soldiersthe aoldlerldie soldiersthe
the rioters then proceeded to sack sackthe aacktbe sackthe
the houses dragging dram out the furniture furnituresaturating furnitureturatln furnituresaturating
saturating < it with petroleum > and set sett ett settng
t t tng g lIre to It ta4he 1ft ftIeBt the street Fire was wasput wast Wastt
put tt t to two toh0dM8 hooves belonging 1telo to the theone thets thee
one bJ factory factorycp
cp > e wttn wtthtcodgPtl5 l lappeal aD anappeal 1ft 1fta
appeal a al was 5seat sent t to the tbetff nebet4nst nebet4nsttwn netg Aorln Aorlntown <
town tff of L LIUe Lil > IUe whence wben < e a steam pump pumpnd P1fmpfnd pompnd
fnd nd reinforcements of nremen were werent wereIMnt weresent
sent IMntBy sentBy nt ntBy
By midnight however the troops and andpolice andpolice andpolice
police had gained theupper th the upper hand and anddispersed anddt anddVersed
dispersed dt ed the mob The streets are arenow areno arenow
now no deserted except for tbe armed pa patrols 811QlS patrl8 ¬
trols The authorities are taking mesS measuf mea8fea mesSe
uf fea s to ascertain the names of the theringleaders theringleaders theingleadera
ringleaders in the riots As Asa a result of ofthe ofIntervention ofthe
the intervention of f the prefect the thestrike t tJitrike theleaders
strike leaders have decided to submit submite ubroite
e e employers employ r terms to a referendum referendumt
Of t the workmen tomorrow
Xstal Now Higher IDg er Tk Than a it itHas itRae itS itEazBeenFoaNlLntbee
S Has EazBeenFoaNlLntbee EazBeenFoaNlLntbeeef Been For lo a number numbercf
cf f Years YearsNew Y YearsNew Mrs 1 1Nev
New York Oct 13 13Commerclal 13Commerclalbar Commercial 4 4bar 4bar
bar silver today touched the high blgbt highet 4 4est +
est t point established in years 2sd 4 4per 4per
per > ounce in London and CO 12 12f8c 1 120 4 +
f8c k here The advance abroad is Isequal 4 4equal 4qual
equal to 38d as compared with withyeaterdaTs > 4 4yesterdays 4yesterdars
yesterdays closing cloelnlThe 4 4The 4The
The treasury department has pur + f fchased
chased 1000000 ounces of silver sLiterbullion + 4bullion
bullion for delivery at the San Sanrranct SanFrancIsco + 4Francisco
Francisco co mint for the Philippines Philippinescoinage + 4coinage
coinage at 60125c 6O1 c per ounce the thehlg 4 4highest
highest hlg t price that has yet been beenald + 4paid
paid paidTh aldTh4 +
Th The < New York market for silver slhernftect 4 4reflects
reflects the price established in inLondon inLondOl + 4London
London where the market has hasbeen 4 4 4been
been strong for several sevE > ral months 4 4the
the advance U biting inK I attributed in +
1 great at measure to demand from tromIn 4 4India
India In < ta and to purchase by the theUnited theUmted +
United Statts government for forPhtlipplnEf 4 4Philippines
Philippines account 4 4MXLBS
4 + 4 + 44 + + + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 44 44KILBS + + +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
MXLBS MXLBStJettysburg ooMMBimm ooMMBimmGettyburx > +
Gettysburg Oct IS 13At At the tbemeetin 4 4meeting
meeting meetin of the Medal of Honor HonorUnited 4 4United
United States tates Army convention cfJnventionhH4 4 4htre
htre today CJenoral D E Sickles Sicklesf kklesnf 4 4of
nf < > f New York prosidinj pn idlnJC a rp jan JPMnlotion n nlotion >
lotion coMmending Major General GelleralMUM 4 4Miles
Miles us < M brave soldier was as asfat 4 4pasfsed
fat fd on In a m n appeal from a deem d I IIon + 4ion
ion Ir f the hair that it did not nutIwlonit + 4bHonR
belong to the affairs of the tb asso4 a8S4 a8S4l +
l iitIsii Jl on + 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
> > >
a > c
Death Came Peacefully Peecef lly to the theDistinguished theDistinguished theDistinguished
Distinguished St Louis LouisPrelate LouisPrelate LouisPrelate
Prelate PrelateBaltimore PrelateBathaore PrelateBaltimore
Baltimore Oct 13 lJoet Most Rev John JohnJames Johnalllft JohnJames
James alllft Kain Ka > arcbbhutop of St Louis died diedtonlcht dINtonhrht diedtonlsht <
tonlcht st St Agnes sanitarium where wherehe wherebad wherebe
he bad been a patient since May 12 12r lJJ1eatb itDeath
r Death > eath which came e peacefully had been beenhourly beenhourly beenhourly
hourly expected by his attending attendln physi physicians phteittrUI phystci5nn ¬
cians forseveral for several days Dr DrJ J 1 M Stone Stoneand Stoned Stoneki
and ki a number of t orirsts and relatives an includinc an4oJudlna andUdina
cludinc hi hiis sister a Sister of Charity Chantyknown Cbantyknown Charityknown
known In the religious clous world as Sister SisterMary SIat SisterMrs r rfary
Mary Joseph were at his bedside when whenthe whenthe Den Denthe
the end Endeame EndeameHeart came cameHeart ca caHart
Heart disease was the ailment for forwhich forwbleb toewleh
which the archbishop was first treated treatedwhen treatedw treatedwhen
when w he arrived at the institution but a ageneral anberalkdown aseneca
general nberalkdown seneca braekdown from fr nt overwork caused causedhim causedhIM eC1 eC1hHn
him much 1ich trouble Recently appendicitis appendicitisdevelooed appeDdJclUIJdeveloued appendicitisdeveloned
develooed and the prelate rapidly sank sankan sanaan nk nkaD
an oOeratton iela on which was deemed neces necessary nece2TYM necessary ¬
TYM sary beta ur impracticable owing to the en enfeebled ea eafee enfeebqI ¬
feebled fee condition of tbe patient patientMo patientNo unt
Mo anwnsjements s have bavebeea been made for forJtf torJk
00 1 I G c1e ftnon non becomes e efit ibW
fit f XxHiM L wtthevt further f 1Mr ceremon ceremonfonnatRy ceremony rftnon rftnonCllty or orfurmaUty
fonnatRy Last spring he was appointed appointedbv
bv Rome coadjutor bishop hl bOpot of St Louis Louiswith Lou Louwith Louiswith
with the th right of succession successionBONDS successiona successionBONDS oQ oQONDS
+ f Washington Oct 13 l3Another l3Anotherin Another Anotherf +
4 f st s1ej p in the reorganizing of thef thefmethods the themethods theniethods +
+ methods of the government print printf printing +
+ f ing I office is effected by an order orderan orderannounced + f ff
+ f announced an today requiring a HO 10 +
+ OM 1 bond to be furnished by the thefchief thedaiet theehfef +
+ fchief daiet clerk lprk of o the printing office officef oftlcetbeforemaa oMcethe +
+ f the tbeforemaa foreman of the bindery depart departf departmemo departmeist +
+ f memo the assistant foremen o ofo the thef tbenineteen thenineteen +
+ f nineteen divisions of tbe office and andf + 4several I Iseveral
+ f several other officiate This action actionit + 4it I IIt
+ it is explained is designed to have havef + i ithe
4 f the property of the government in infthe inthe + 4the
+ fthe the bands of responsible parties partiesand partiesDd partiesand +
+ and Dd it is in line with the mainten malntenance 4 4ante f f4anee
+ 4anee ante of a more vigilant manage management managemeat + 4f
+ f ment of the affairs of the printing pnntlnso 4 4odflve f ffofllce
+ fofllce o Ice IceNASH odflveNASH 4NASH +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Special to The Herald HeraldChevenne HeraldCbfTenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wvo Oct is i3F F J Nub Nasnand Nuballd Nashand
and wife charged cha1 4 with check raising and andfontery andoIeaced andforery
fontery pleaded guilty ullty today and were weresffntonecd wereI18Dteneed weresentenced
sentenced to one Tear each in the penl penltestiarv penltentfarv penitentfagv
testiarv and will be taken to J Ja Ba tins linstomorrow l tinstomfirrew n ntnllKll8W
tomorrow Mash and his wife fe came to toWyoaUng toWyollldDlt toWyodna
WyoaUng from Pleasant valley Utah H Hwas lie liewas Hewas
was enjcaxed eft t in mining near Sandstone Sandstonenarbon San4ltoGeOt1oIt SandstoneCrhott
narbon eountv Mrs Nash met a Mex Mexican MexIcan Menken ¬
ican herder who gave her a check cb k for forM forMNa 4 4Mrs 4Mrs
Mrs Nash Na h raised the amount toMM to 000 and andNash aDdN andNash
Nash N forged the name of the payee Mrs MrsNaah IraNub MrsNash
Nub Is a comelv young woman She Shewas Ibew Shewan
was w UI born in Salt Lake City ltY and was wut wasreared
1 f reared arerf in Pleasant PI a anf vallev The couple couplealwars couplial1ra couplealways
always al1ra bore a cood reputation until th tbeet thy thyedt y ycot
cot Into their nrenent ftrf trouble troubleWATER troubleWATER troubleWATER
cripple Creek Colo Cob Oct 1 llClty llCltyCllttmlst iLCityChemist City CityChemtet
Chemist F v Martin of Colorado ColoradoSprings COloradoSpt1J1r Coloradot4prlngs
Springs s has analyzed the drinking wa water waterwbleh water ¬
ter terwbleh which caused the illness a of sixty sixtyeight t7eigbt sixtyeight
eight militiamen at Camp EI 1 Paso hut hutThursday JaMTbunday lastThursday
Thursday finding thai cobalt was aa pre presrent preent present
ent in the proportion of one and one onehalf onebalf onehalf
half grains to each gallon of water waterWe waterWe walerWe
We are convinced from the result resultof JIeIhIltot resulto
of o tbe examination said Dr P O OHanford O1ia 0Hanford
Hanford 1ia ford surgeon general of the na national JIationaJ usUona1 ¬
tional guard that the poison war warplaced WUlaced wasplaced
placed in the th water by persons personsknown un unknown 110kl1o ¬
kl1o known knownFISHERMEN n nFISHERMEN
Erte Pa Pa > Oct 13 13Tbis This afternoon afternoonwhile afternoonbile afternoonhiIe
while bile several Erie fishing tugs were wereengaged wereI wereengaged
I engaged in setting or drawing nets on orthe onI onthe
the t Canadian side of l Lake > ake Erie the thewere they theywer theywere >
were wer pounced upon by the patrol boat boatPetrel boatPftrel boatPetrel
Petrel which a few weeks ago put sev several se seral 5evcral ¬
eral ral shot into the Silver Spray under undeisimilar undNsimilar undersimilar
similar circumstances before she sue succeeded sUIceeded sueceeded ¬
ceeded in getting away Today how however ho hoever bowever ¬
ever the Petrel captured the t e Star Starowned Starowned Starowned
owned by Tabb Constable of this thiscity thlllI thiscity
city elt both both of whom were on board
I j jStaten
J3 J3Staten
Staten island Demoocits Gt GtOut GJ GJOut GIS GISOut
Out of Paste FusteaCoaWlatioR FusteaCoaWlatioRt Cowbfcttion CowbfcttionWILL Cob4itionWILL
I Ji I
AT Low LowJ 10Wk
> J L
M k Oct Ln 1 =
Demo DemoL Democracy of offf
ff L L MainaY has ss decided to vtthdrnw vtthdrnwNftiport Wc
Nftiport rt from the fusion ticket u Md Mdfe UICIwar 8a 8ao
fe o the < war Democratic Demratlclie Democ rttIc vo vofee 3aea 3aeane
ne lie fee iRgantaafUon D nIsion on opposed Tans1 Tans1ny Iu T Ttuy
tuy ny tw t toyear8 xears ago and its It members membersworked mem memworked memb membworked
worked an a aatted for the fusion tielet tieletAt tic ticAt ticetAt
At the tb tUsjfcii intlr ie xaUt ratification ratificationMiiiilniUiiii cation cationKanlulUaa Ia IaManbattfl
MiiiilniUiiii MlHM111 w night Gougrc Gougrcman Congrman orre orreman
man McCI MifcCort otroUer troUer Uer Grout AIdermanic Al Aldemian1e Aldernianlc
dermanic YSSJiili in Pomes < Former FormerSenator FormerSenator FormerSenator
Senator ChaiUjtfSne 1oWDe of Minnesota Minnesotaand Minnesotaand Minnesotaand
and William WiUlamaoo aftdoos once o assistant assistantsecretary aselstaJllteecretary aseistaMsecretary
secretary of the tbelfavy tfavy will m speak speakA 1 1A ituatoa
A fnaion ratification meeting was held bflMthrone belilltoni heldtonieht
toni In CQOfter 1nloo nsl d a g gat5 gat5throne W Wtbrou
throne of neoole cathereInhere aa gatherelt tbenlit there to aeo aeoaDd aseand e eand <
and hear the candidates K 1 Ftutton Cut Cutting lu lutlDK Cuttiux ¬
ting presided and among the t e vice < rteedent pre pre48I1 presisdesits
dent 1 on the olatform were Charles ar arllakeldld aartes S SFairchild SFairchild >
Fairchild Henry Geor George e William lll m T TmaDe J Jrmne Jo Jorome
maDe Kucene A A Phttbln General Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art I L L Woodford Cornelius > VandetWBt VandetWBtand Vaattandcarl
and andcarl Carl Schnn Speeches fteW fteWMavor re va Mdtfjf MdtfjfMavor p pMayor
Mavor Low District t Attpripey AttpripeyMJl Attolflley AttolflleyFtfdPdck AttOT1YFrederick MJl MJlFrederick
i 1ST 1STcenDtroner t tcosantrofler
Frederick W WHlnrid1s Hinrwshs ufecandldBa t nt ntcomotroDer
cenDtroner and others othersIJows rfv rfvILows d S I ILow
Low Speech SpeckMr r t tMr rr
Mr r Low said tote administration admlnlettadoDtor st atesO atesOtoi oa oator
tor the citvs city welfare and net starshe starshevitvate 1t the thepiheale
ate DOCket of any etttaea H Hcueed Ms M MCUIIIIId so soennid
cueed Tammanv of extravagance extraft4laU1ClO40n41Kt extravaganceconduet s JP JPconduct
conduct of city departments d in InADd tasrjslf tasrjslfand ths thsand
and continued continuedNobodv continuedNObOdV
r rNobodv
Nobodv doubts that the Candida ea eamayor f fmavor for5 for5mayor
mayor is a Renubllcan ReouI UcanI I b have ve never nevertended pIlIP pIlIPtetlded e etended
tended to be anvthimt else But m madminiatratinn Iaadll the theadminIstration
adminIstration adll nl on of th the city of New NewI N York TerirI
I have known no part The immense pa patronave petJOnace PStronare
tronave of the mavors office officebeen has not notbeen notbeen
been used to build up a personal penoDaItor msch mschfor machine machinefor
for the mavor himself himselfThe hlm himselfThe eW eWThe
The mayor said israb b bills were intro lnPPhe tntIdueed introduced
dueed In the legislature favored favoredbe
be reuretted re to say by Republicans Republicanssaid REpuI 1IoaIUL t tfII
said he was nonpartisan DOII arUsan enough to tothem tothem tothemoff
them themoff off
themoff3oroms Jerome J OIl Sand EraDdMr and andMr J f fMr
Mr Jerome who was received receivedrreat ltb ithgreat ltbeat
eat enthusiasm enth saM the Low adm admtratfon a nt1l nt1ltratlon mutration
tratfon had been the tb best t this city had harfever hadfr hafeser
ever fr had and it should 8bouldtIe be continifcd < d in inAt innowee
00 nowee S SAt
00At At a meetiiur of th the GennanAmf CermanAmekieafl CermanAmekieaflReform > vra vraReform i ln <
Reform union held tonight toft ht at t T Tprta Tprtacardfn Tertigarden r a awarden
warden Mavor Low w was endorsed for r relection r rf1fetton relection <
election Th The union Is composed of a thr t is is44aeatejs >
4 ffklcatPII > leat s from each of the i aem > miilv mh1 mh1tri ti tilids < J Jtrlcts <
lids tri In Manhattan and th Brm Brmatfenot BrullattfIInt iirnwattisnnt
atfenot was made to endor endorMcClellan < f fMee1ellan < > J JMctTtellan
MctTtellan but the conferenc confreenst confreenstsunoort > i isuooort <
suooort vrv Democratic < ai anHic anHicthe irj irjthe S Sthe
the assembly as a move on th tbGermane 1 < n t tOermans
Germane 118 to oooose Senator Sena I or Plan PlanA PlatA I I a aA
A temnorarv Demooratic Democra t I > r rl rlwa rewas M Mwa
wa was formed tonight to t fight T Thall Thall Tball
hall and to support Mayor Low Lowfusion Iuwfulon lowfusion
fusion ticket At the meeting meetingwere tu tuwet 1 1WE1e
wet were made bv nv District Attorney Attorneyand Attorn Attornand T s sand
and former Congressman Co man Camr Camplwl CamplwlYE1LOW > b i iYELLOW IYELLOW
in Number of Heaths HeathsI4uredo DthsLaredo S t tLaredo
Laredo I4uredoLaredo LaredoIaredo LaredoLaredo
Laredo Tex Oct 13The v vejlo tor t fever feverrecord f feverrecord vl vlTP
record TP < for the past twentyfour twe tlfour hours hoursshows hourAIIh hourssh
shows IIh ws an increase in thf tb number r o or oreJKM Odeaths r rdeaths
deaths the number which occurred tojajg tojajgbeinv tadatbelne 1o4a7beinr
beinv the largest for fo nov one day da datbe sftnefj sftnefjthe e ethe
the breaking < out of the disease diseaseThe ea8eThe diseaserho
The official buOetta bu etln toot f fNeW toiiowpI toiiowpINeWS oUovsX oUovsXNew
New cases twentvelitht deaths fonr fonrtotal t tto1 ortotal
total number of cases to date Z73 mDlJmbft total totalnumber tOLnumber
number of deaths to date fourteen fourteenNuevo fourteeLNuevo fourteenNuevo
Nuevo Laredo resorts eleven a new enaat enaatof cas casof
of veUow fever and eleven suspicions suspicionscases pIc pIcea t tcases
cases The condition of Consul AJonno AJonnoB
B Garrett has taken a turn for fQrand the worsa worsaand m mand
and fears for his recovery are aretttned enter entertained entertamed ¬
tained tainedAt tttnedAt tamedAt
At Monterev two deaths and five new newcases IMWcase newcases
cases were recorded Saturday SaturdayPLEADED SaturdayPLEADED SaturdayPLEADED
New York Oct 1J l1Mrs Mrs Marie Lay Layton La7ton Layton
ton Johnson formerly bookkeeper for forthe rrthe forthe
the United States Flaring Card com company 0018pany coinpony ¬
pany of Cincinnati pleaded ple ecl gutter to today Ie Ieday today ¬
day to two indictments each charging chargingher eharthgler
her er with the larceny of 750 from that thatcompany IIatcompany thatcompany
company Her plea of not guilty guiltythree to tothree tothree
three indictments charging forgery forgerfstands tvraerTstands forgerystands
stands but it is understood that thatdistrict the thedistrict diedistrict
district attorney has consented not to topress gprt88 topress
press them The defendant was re remanded rermanded somanded ¬
manded for one week weekBRAVE weekBRAVE weeka
a 4 4BRAVE
+ Chicago Oct IS 13Duri 13Duripg During a fire firethat firethat fc + fcf
+ f that destroyed two residences re In Int InIrving + 4Irving
+ t Irving Park today three tb tbwere children 4 4were r rf
+ f were rescued from death bY girl ctrIatucleDts 4 4f
4 f students of Jefferson High school OLRaymond leboolRaymond + 4 4f
+ f Raymond Saunders 5 years ofd eI4is 144 + r rf
4 f is believed to have perished In the tbeftame 4 4f 4 4flames
+ f names The student were on ontheir onthetrwaytoschootWhlChWaIO + f ff
+ f their thetrwaytoschootWhlChWaIO way to school which wai to 10 10eae4 + f ff
4 f cated two blocks from the theof scene scSaOof + t tf
+ f of the fire Learning that there therewere therewere + f ff
+ f were children in the houses soy tleveral +
4 4 eral girls entered and bore the im imprlsoned tntprisoned + 4f
+ f prisoned children through the tIaedense + 4 4dense f ff
+ f dense smoke to the street In the UtecoafuaJ theconfusion + 4
4 + confusion n the Saunders boy boynot was wasnot 4 +
4 + not found foundDEATH i iDEATH t tDEATH
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Walter K Yield Tailed to JUaefc His HisHonM maoe BsaDm
HonM in Tim TimChicago ri riCbieao TimeChicago
Chicago Oct 13 13A A race raGe against aaaIIUItdeath againstdeath againstdeath
death which Walter H Field of Port Portland hrtIDd Partland ¬
land Me was waamaking making came to toas an enjl enjlas eii eiias
as a Santa Fe train entered Chicago Chicagotoday CIdcaPtoday Chkmgtoday
today Mr Field had hadbeen been in in Carlsbad CarlsbadN Carl CarlN Carl5bgN
N M taking treatment for tubercu tuberculosis tubenlosls tubercwlosis ¬
losis Finding the end he began a bur hurried burrled hutrind ¬
rind trip east in the hope of f dying at athis athis athis
his old home He could hardly speak spfakas
as he boarded the train at Kansas City Citytast Citylast kitylast
last night and when the porter sought soughtto
to arouse him today he was found dead deadSWINDUKBS dead6WI1O deadWINDLS
Chicago Oct 13 13Edwartl Edward Dipplo 11 Ifyears 11y
years y rs old and Blalne Roth 21 l t ar are unrtor unrtorarrest unlifJarrefllt unthTarrest
arrest char charged Pd d with conspiraiy to swindle swindlethe ewindlthe widl widlthp
the wholesale jewelry firm of Rogers RogersThurman RogersThurman RogersThurman
Thurman Co < < > Tlio Tb operations of thf thfpair thcpair
pair extend over on a period of f six month
1 ind nd aggrgat I thousands or f dollars dollarswoman doIlars A Awoman
1 woman is said tu t be inapiicatd
< I
4 + AJHIFON ILTON 0 Oct 12 12Judge Judge Belton today granted < anted one on of th l i v most mostsweeping mostsweepiolt 4
4 H sweeping injunctions ever issued i su < d by an Ohio court It was Mil di t r acted actedajrainst tro troRiaIJl +
+ 1 against RiaIJl t the > Hamilton Typographical union tlo ti Hamilton Hamill i Co CoOperative Copfratln >
+ Operative pfratln Trades nnrt a nfl Iabor council and the th Nonpareil Frliti Irtpt i 0 com comfwiay compa7 +
+ fwiay ytjblifelicra tj l1cr of the th county iiflty irtd orsun The Tb dMnuant dOI1 < 1nl are en enfrom en3ii4 + f
4 Joined from continuing a boycott on the th KepublicBtt ub int itw or ftrm ftrmf ftrmwbkh 4 4wbk
+ wnkhtidvertiRC wbkh wbk h advertic derUI > e in it and it is ordered that interference interf nce of every sort 801twith srt 4 4T 4
T + 1 with the companys business must stop stopt stopt T Tf +
f t The boycott was to force the plaintiff to t > unioii unioi4e e and abandon its it5open it itPCfl +
+ open PCfl shop policy i 4 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

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