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t Sir Henry Irving Expires After Aft r Ws WsUsual isUsual is isUsual
Usual Nightly Performance PerformanceGREAT lerformanceGREAT V
I ONDON Oct 13 UThe The Ensllsh Ensllshsfioakins Englhfha EflZ1IhL
LONDON L sfioakins a noan > oaktnr world has suffered an aflreperble ir irreparable Ir IrreJNU1tble ¬
reparable loss by the atiddon aud on death deathtonight dthtonight det1ttonIght
tonight of Sir Henry Irving Irvln who ho was wasuniversally w wuniversaUy wUniversafly
universally regarded reg nJed as a the moat nio t rep representative replCsentaUve replesentative ¬
resentative English actor of content contemporary contentIJora contefl1orary ¬
porary IJora times timesSir tlniHSir tInieS1t
Sir Henry died literally in harness harnessHe burne burneHe 1iarneRe
He was wV giving a series of o farewell per performances performances perorrnances ¬
formances orrnances in the English provinces provincesand prOVlnceand DrovnceLand
and this t1iI week was playing an engage engagn eJigagft eJigagftIHPnt engagencnt
IHPnt n nt at Bradford Br dford appearing arpe rJng in sev sevval evull1 sevt1
ull1 t1 val al favorite roles Thursday he pre presented preEnted pretented ¬
tented King Renes Daughter Dau hter and andThe andThe andThe
The Bells B 1l8 and seemed to be in excel excellent exctolent excellent ¬
lent health taking the exhausting part partof partof partof
of Matthias jatthj in the latter play will all allthe aUthe allth
the th vigor o ot youth Tonight before an anenthusiastic unenthusi8Uc aneflthunlatlc
enthusiastic audience he portrayed P rtraYed one oneof oneof oneof
of his liI most characterlstlcly intellectual intellectualParts inteJlectualJlarts Intellectualiarts
Parts the title role in his Iel own stage stageadaption tu tundapUon tueadaption
adaption of Lord Tennysons ffnn on Jiecket JiecketWith Beeketwith ket ketWith
With marked success successExpired BUtceS8Expired successExpired
Expired Without Speaking SpeakingAfter SpeakingAfter Speakingttter
After the performance Sir Henry ro returned roV
1 V turned to the hotel reaching rc chlng his rooms roomsthat roomat rooin roointat
tat at 11 11lO 30 oclock when It was ae observed obsetvedhat observedhtt
that htt he was wa in great pain Physician PhysicianTprfc PhysJclanhnmediatel PliyelelaneIc
Tprfc Ic immediately summoned but be befc bei bethey
i 1 fc they could arrive Sir Henry H < mry was wasq waszed waszed
q zed with an attack of syncope and andJ andjxplred
4 jxplred Expired within a few minutes without withouthaving withoutI withoutbavln
I having bavln uttered a word in the pre preaence prefnce
4 ence of Dram Stocker who ho had been beenand beenIlls beeiiimmediate
Ills Immediate manqer rnanaer tOt mAny years yea18and yearsand
and a few other intimate friends The Thet TheVVent e event
t vent caused the greate t pain and con consternation conaternatfoll conhternatlon ¬
sternation among the members of the thecompany theompany thecompany
company companyThe companyThe ompanyThe
The associated Prese tonight lgM re received re relved ¬
ceived Ive the following telegram from lom Mr r rtoker i I I
Storker StorkerVery 8tokcrYer toker tokerVery
Very Yer terrible news Sir Henry Ir Iring 11inS Irzng
inS had an attack of syncope I ncope after re returning returnIng returtiing ¬
turning from the theatre to the hotel hoteltonight Itotcltonight hoteltonight
tonight and died suddenly suddenlyHis luddenhHis suddenlyHis
His Heart in His Work WorkTo WorkTo WorkTo
To the last moment of his hl life Sir SirHenry SirHenr Sirhenry
Henry Henr Irvings heart was wa in the work workto
to which he had devoted his hi career careerthe elUeerthe careerthe
the raising of the standard of his act actJn tU1tOn artn
On Jn n Wednesday he was entertained d at atluncheon atluncheon atIuncheo
luncheon in the Bradford town hall at atHhjeh atWhhh atwhich
Hhjeh the mayor ma or presented him an ad adUress address 4 4Jress
dress from his admirers admirersIn
In replying to the address a Sir Henry Henryspoke IiemN1oke Henryspoke
spoke of himself as one of those whose whosef whosefiands whoseantis
f ands of life were fast running out but butno butro butP0
no one then present pre nt had the slightest slightestidea slfghtoet1dca sllahtestIdea
idea that the end would come so soon soonHe soonHe soonHe
He proceeded in his h reply to eloquently eloquentlyadvocate eJOlUenUYulvocate eloquentildvocate
advocate the establishment e of ofby thmfre thmfreby th f18ti f18tiby
by municlpftlltiM h because e heVsaid heVsaidI he aa1d aa1do
o I believe ttot by this means the atendr atendrard liita1ldard mtaiidard
ard of the true drama a sa distinguished distinguishedfrom dtlJUI uliJhed uliJhedfrom
from mlsctJraueous ml raneou8 entertainments enttatumentawould entrta1umentwould entertainmentswould
would bfe b ancceu incceasf successfully fly upheld upheldPrediction u upheldPrediction Ield 1 1Prediction
Prediction for the Future FutureM6hy Futurel FutureM6VnE
M6VnE M6hy l i t1itl spaN spen like watir water for al alkinds a afl aflhinds o okjnds
kinds of philanthropic and educational educationalobjects educationalobjects educationalobjects
objects he continued but who ho among amongyou amonryou amongyo1
you ever dreams of endowing the the theatre thettre le leatr ¬
atre I am an am sure the time will m com comwhen come comewhen comewhen
when you will regard re ard the theatre as asnecessary asne asreeessary
necessary ne essary to a liberal education and be beprepared bellrepared beprepared
prepared to consider any au reasonable reasonablesuggestion leaaonableuggestlon reasonableruggestion
suggestion for the extension of Its le legitimate Jegitimate leitImate ¬
gitimate influence It may JDa be that in inyears Incears 1 1years
years to come our countrymen will willscarcely willscarce willscarcely
scarcely scarce understand how in our times timesso
so potent an instrument of good g od or ill illas JUas 11as
as the stage was left entirely outside outsidetho outldethe outsidetile
the sphere of public administrations administrationsSir
Sir ir Henrys last appearancein apI appearance > carance caranceoln oln in Lon LonUon Lonon Louhon
hon on was made last summer following followinghis
his serious Illness when the enthusiasm enthusiasmat
I at the nightly runs accroded him In the theI thehistoric theA
A historic Drur Drury theatre will long be r rmembered re reimbered
membered I Since then he has been en engaged enaged enage1 ¬
aged in touring the provinces and con contemplated con1t contmpiated ¬
templated 1t > another visit to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesIrvings StatesIrvings StatesIrvings
Irvings last appearance was as BecK BecKrt
rt t in Lord Tenneysons Tenne 80n8 play of that thattame tltI thatame
tame tameThe I ame ameThe ameThe
The Associated Press s tonight received receivedthe recehedthe receivedthe
the following telegram tele ram from Sir Sirflenrys 511Ienrys Sirlenrys
flenrys Ienrys manager Bram Stoker StokerVery StokeVery V
Very terrible news Sir Henry Henr Irv Irving 11 11ing Tivlug ¬
ing had an attack of syncope after re returning returning icturning ¬
turning from the theatre to the hotel hoteltonight botetonight hoteltonight
tonight and nd died suddenly suddenlyFROHMAN sudlenlFROHMAN suddenlyFROHMAN
Sir Henry Was Expected to Visit the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Soon SoonWashington SoonWashington I IWashinrton
Washington Oct 13 13Sh Sir Henry HenryIrving He HeIrving HenryIrving
Irving was looking lo > klnl forward with much muchenthusiasm iiiehu ue1t ue1tenthusllUJtn
u enthusiasm to Ills coming to the United UnitedStates UltttedStates UnitedStates
States said Charles Frohman V his hismanager hismanager hismanager
manager in speaking of the distin distinguished dl1lUngulshed dttnguished ¬
guished English EngJi h actor tonight V He Heliked HeJlked Heliked
liked the Americans continued continuedFroliman Mr MrFrohman Jrirolllmm
Frohman and he bad many friends friendsamong frtendl6among friendsamong
among them It was Mr 11 Irvlngg 1rvln In Intention IntenUon Intention ¬
tention to come to the United State Stateprobably StlterobabJy Ststesprobably
probably two months in advance of t ttime the t1 t1time
time of the opening ol enlng > of his hi JI sason 8aaontu 8aaontuThe a80nhithe iTh iThthe
The latter part of next October and andspend Ilndspend andspend
spend the time in visiting ytsltln among thsm thsmHis th thHis thamHis
His season was to cover a period periodtwenty of oftwenty fittwenty
twenty weeks extending over large largepart largefjart largepart
part of the United States and vras wa > to toterminate toterminate toterminate
terminate at the Knickerbocker theatre theatrein
in New York City It was to be Mr MrIrvings MEIrvings 1 1Irvings
Irvings farewell appearance in inAmerica InAmericu hiAmerica
America and he wanted the opportun opportunity oPPOrtlm1ty opornziiIty ¬
ity to make his adieus to the American Americanpeople Atnerlcanpeople Americanpeople
people Following his last appearance appearanceIn
In New YorJ < about the last of Febru February February February ¬
ary he was to be entertained at a abreakfast Abreakfast V Vbreakfast
breakfast at which well known people peoplefrom pe peoplefrom ple I
from New York Philadelphia Balti Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Washington and other oUt cities were wereto wereto wersto I
to be invited He then expected to sail anillor sailfor U I
for England EnglandFrohman EnglandFrohman I IFrohman
Frohman Was Shocked ShockedMr ShockedMr
Mr Frohman wa was witnessing wltne lnb William WilliamH Vmt
H Cranes production here of The TheAmerican TheAmerican
American Lord when he was in Informed Utformed
formed of the death of Sir Henry H nry The Thenews Thenew TJenews
news is a great shock to me said Mr MrFrohman MrFrohmnn Ir I IFrohman
Frohman I have known Sir II Ilpnry Ilpnryvery H IVIIrJery ury uryery
very ery well for a long Ion I time and the Ia last Iatthree lastthree t tthree
three tours of the United States which whichhe rkchhe bleh blehhe
he made were under my direction Pre Previous PrcVlous PrerIOus ¬
vious to those tours Sir Henry had hadmade httdmade hadmade
made six tours in the United States Statesthe Statesthe Statesthe
the first running back twentyfive twentyfiveT twentytieyears
years or more when he heamebfeun heamebfeundel came hero un under un unler ¬ I
T del the management of Henry Abbey AbbeyIn
In all he has been to the United States Statesnine Statesnine Statesnjne
nine time His last visit was during duringthe durin durinthe duringthe
the season of 109301 when he opened op ned in inthe Inthe inthe
the production of Dante at the theBroadway theBroadwR theBroadway
Broadway theatre In New York City Cityand CIt CItand Cityand
and afterward played in repertoire repertoireother in inother inother
other parts of the cquntry cquntrySir cquntrySir V
Sir Henrys Plans PlansThe PlansThe PlansThe
The last time I saw w him was at the theGarrlck thoGarrickOli1b theGarricicelub
Garrlck GarrickOli1b club in London on the tenth ot oflast otl otlast
last l < at July It was wa at a dinner at which whichSir wjiiclr leb lebSir
Sir lr HeJiryl HeflrY Honry Watterson atterson three th1 e or orfour orfour
four oihre othr persons and I were re present presentSir presentSir presenLiir
Sir Henry was then In excellent spirits spiritsHe spiritsHe spiritSiHe j
He hadjust finished a sis st weeks Lon London London Lendon ¬
don engagement en gement at the Drury Lane LaneAl LanoI
OVER JEROME JEROMEDistricAttpmeyIs JEROMEDistri9ttt JEROMEDistri4ttneyiIs
DistricAttpmeyIs Distri9ttt rney Is rurned Turned Down by byucans Q QNe bYorkBepubhcaus
Ne Y YorkBepubhcaus YorkBepubhcausHIS rk Repub1icans Repub1icansIt ucans ucansHIS
4 4HIS
1fliw JEW YORK Oct O t J8 18The The Republi Republican ¬
I can conventions to select candl candidates candldat8 candldates
dates for the various offices in the theborough theborough theborough
borough of o Manhattan Mnnhftttal and New York Yorkcounty Yorkcounty Yorkcounty
county were held tonight Before the thecoftentlons theconventions
1 conventions met the executive commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of the county committee discussed discussedfor dlseussefor
for two hours the question whether or ornot ornot ornot
not the county convention would en endorse endorse endorse ¬
dorse District Attorney Jerome Al Although Although Although ¬
though there is no official relations be between bateen between ¬
tween the borough and county conven conventions comenilone conventione ¬
tions they are substantially the same sameand sameand sameand
and until the leaders who made up the theexecutive theeeeuUve theexecutive
executive committee could settle the theJerome thoJrome theJerome
Jerome question both conventions were wereblocked werebloeked wereblocked
blocked bloekedIvins
Ivjns Favored Jerome JeromeOf
Of the thirtyseven nrwmbers lI mbers of the theexecutive thooxecuUe theexecutive
executive committee a dozen were in infavor IntsvolofMr InfavorofIr
favor tsvolofMr of Mr Jerome and ant Insisted that thathe thathe thathe
he should be renominated for the office officewhich oftlcewhich otilcewhich
which he henow now holds The balance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee was bitterly opposed to tohis tohis tohis
his candidacy As no satisfactory ar arrangement arlangement arrangement ¬
rangement could be arrived at a mea message measage mensage ¬
sage was sent to William Ivins the thenominee thenominee thenominec
nominee for mayor ma or inviting him to ap appear appeat appear ¬
pear before the committee < and express expresshis expressI1li expresshI
his hI views Mr Ivins made mad a long longspeech longspeech longspeech
speech in favor of District Attorney
Jerome saying that he was very anx anxious anxlous auxbus ¬
ious for the selection of Mr Jerome as ashis ashis ashis
his running mate In the campaign campaignDid campaignDid campaignDid
Did Not Want to Dictate DictateIt
It would afford him great reat personal personalgratification personalgt personalgratification
gt gratification it1catlon he said but even so he headded lledded hetdded
added he did not wish the members membersto
to feel that his personal feelings should shouldrule shouldrule shouldrule
rule and h he would be willing to abide abideby abideby abideby
by their vote ott > Several other members membersspoke membersspoke membersspoke
spoke in favor of Mr Jerome Among Amongthese Amonthese Amongthese
these was Chairman Halpin who urged urgedthat urgedthat urgedthat
that Mr 11 Jerome should be selected A Avote Avot AVote
vote vot was taken tnk n on the propsltion and andit andIt andit
it resulted l suHed in twentyseven to eight eightagainst oight8ffftnst eightMginst
against 8ffftnst Mr fIr Jeromes nomination nominationCharles nominationGlarles nominationCharles
Charles Flammcr Nominated NominatedOn
On the tli call for nominations in the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county conventions for district attor attorney aUatey attorley ¬
ney ey Charles A Flammer was placed placedin
in nomination by b Abraham Gruber The Themention The1nentlon Themention
mention as a candidate candl ate of William WilliamTravers WilliamTrers Imam Imamrraers
Travers Jerome by b I n K Prentice set setthe setthe setthe
the convention in an uproar but when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the roll was called Jerome received only onlynine onl onlnine onlynine
nine votes yo tea against 237 for Flammer FlammerAs
As s the tb convention was about to ad adjqurn adjlturn adJwurn
jqurn Mr Ivins the candidate for may mayor ma maor mayor ¬
or or arrived and nd was received with on ontbusmsfm ontJusl ontliusIi
tbusmsfm tJusl During D lJng his address all dress Mr 11 Ivins IvinssaW Ih Ihliltta IvinsseW
saW spanking slWlJtl S of the question of mu municipalownership rounl muniC1pal ¬
nicipalownership nicipalownershipV nl niC1pal lPal Ownership awnorshlpIV1 V VIvjnon
V Ivins Ivjnon on Franchises FranchisesI
I believe that every franchise thatJaPMdDuJdatO that thatb thathAs
b hAs < U lapsed JaPMdDuJdatO ipnedouId fcould at atoSeg oacs ce b be acqulrod acqulrodby acquir acquirb
by b the city clt I believe that every fran franchise franeh1 franehiec ¬
chise eh1 e that hjis h Iiiuube ts been be n forfeited should be beat beat bea1ocVliut
at at a1ocVliut Qj nut DU IJKo f the fheway way of acquisition acquisitionBy
By 1 UfB V fflfiiB tr retenCless pursuit of the theparties thePftrtiell theparties
parties who acquired that franchise un unrlght unrighteously j
righteously rlght usly I believe that hat there should shouldbe i ibe
be no new grants of franchises In per perpetuity perpetuity perpetuity ¬
petuity whatever whateverI
I bellevethat all the wealth created createdby createdby createdby
by our community should be held in inperpetuity inperpetult inperpetuity
perpetuity by the community and the theus th theuse
us use and an benefit of our community and andnot andnot andnot I
not for the aggrandizement of large large811lnl largeseine j jsums
sums of money oney by individuals individualsJerome Ind individualsJerome iduals
Jerome J ome Interviewed InterviewedMr V I
Mr 1 Jerome said when told of the there theresult re result resuit ¬
sult of the ° convention conventionIt
It has not happened In my mmamory mmamorythat memory memorythat memorythat
that a man has been so honored or re received received recelved ¬
ceived su4h an endorsement us has hasbeen hagbeen hasbeen
been practically unanimously in the op oppositionof Opa Opaposition opposltlonof ¬
positionof position of the district leaders of all allpolitical aUpoUtical allpolitical
political parties in this city cityGIFT cityr cityGIFT cityGIFT
t Rome Oct Oe 13 litThe The sum of 10003 10003has 1000lUiS lOOt lOOtla
has la been received from J P Morgan Morganfor Morganfor Iorganfor
for the benefit of the sufferers from the therecent hc hclftCent lserecent
recent earthquakes in the province of ofCalabria ofCaJabrm ofCaiabrltt
Calabria CalabriaBLACK CaiabrlttV CaiabrlttBLACK V 4C8
New ew York Oct IS l3FJIi 13Filicita Filichia jti Pltira a asaloon Itsaloon asaloon
saloon keeper keeJ > el whom the pollee say is isf isthe I
f the chief of an Italian black band gang
In New York was arrested today todaytheatre toda todaytheatre I
theatre where he had b bsen en given the themost themOit themost
most enthusiastic receptions the dem demotiatrations themonstrations
otiatrations in his honor lasting at at times timestime
8 a long as twenty minutes At that thattime thattime I
time he told us of his plans for the theseaaon theMetl theseason
season Metl on saying that he expects d to play playuntil playuntil
until Christmas in England then rest restduring restdurJng restduring
during the holiday season after which whichhe whichhe whichhe I
he would resume playing pla lng in the prov provinces provInce provincas ¬
incas and end the season 80n at the Drury
Lane It had been his intention U Ucome tQoome tocome >
come to thp tu United States this season seasonbut seasonbut seasonbut
but the attack att of Illness which he suE suffered suEered ¬
fered red last spring broke up Ul that plan planMr planh planMi
Mr h Frohman spoke with much feel feellag feelIng feellug
lag of Mr Irvings great regard ana anarespect anirespect I
respect for P1 President Roosevelt and andthe andtbe andthe
the late Secretary Hay Ra and of his ear earNest ealMil eartst
Nest Mil desire tb b again visit the th u United UnitedState UnitedStates
State St tee
Irving Regarded as the Greatest Ac Actor Act9r Actor ¬
tor of the Age AgeLondon AgeLondon
London LOMonOct Oot Q 14 14The The news of the thedeath thedetlth thedeath
death of Sir Henry Benr Irving was wa received receivedtoo recolvodtoo
too late Iat to permit of more than brief briefannouncements brletannouneetnents briefUnOUflCStfleIltS
announcements in this t111 mornings lead leading leading ¬ I
ing newspapers new newspapersThe pa1Htrs pa1HtrsThe rs rsThe
The Dallv Daily Telegraph and the Morn Morning llornins Mornlag ¬
ins Post however print lengthy me memoirs memoirs meinolrs ¬
moirs speaking of him as the greatest greatestacior grootestactor greatestacor
actor of Ms lii period The Morning Poit Poitsays POlta111 Poitsays
says a111
saysNo No stronger personality no nomor more utt unftagging utflagging
flagging activity has within long mom memory momory momory ¬
ory adorned V the English stage His Hisdeath Illsdeath
death is a national loss and his hl memo memory memory memory ¬
ry a national possession Had he gone goneto goneto
to the bur he would have reached the thebench thebonch thebench
bench if luto the church he would wouldsurely wouldhave
surely have haveIJecome become a bishop He chose chosethe chosethe chosethe
the stage at age und was easily ca Il the foremost foremostactor foremostactor foremostactor
actor of his time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Times Tim says saysHenry saysllenry
Henry Irving wai wasp wat t groat actor but buthis buthis buthis
his greatness sprung from a different differentsource dtflerontlIOurce differentsource
source thai thnl that of any other actor actorwho a actorwho tor torwho
who can be mentioned The success of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his famous predecessors predec ni lay in their theirpower thelrpowr theirpower
power to affect the emotions of the au audiwee audl6Dee audienee
diwee through the strength of their theirown theirown theirown
own emotions Irving was not an emo emotional cmotJoDftl emoUcuni ¬
tional actor or one who touched the theemotions thoemottoos theemotions
emotions His greatness lay la inc In ft his hisbrajn hisbratn hIsbran
bran not in his feelings and his 111 ap appeal apneat apluSt ¬
peal was Z to the brain and notktq the theemotions th th8J1OUos theomotlotis
emotions Wherever there washroom washroomfor wafi wasroom wasroomhis > roolJ1 roolJ1tol
for his brain to work he was afthome afthomewhile aflhomewhll ahomewhile
while anything approaching the th oom oommortpJaoo 0001monpJn eonlmoulpiaee
mortpJaoo e the Ut fullblooded or the th t sen sentimental sentim sontlni ¬
timental tim ntnllc1thls ntal left his peculiar gifts unem unemployed unempJo unempIoyd ¬
ployed pJo d
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i Sefonn RefolmWl With a Big lh 0 E I
Building at Portland Fair Catches CatchesFile CatchesTire
File and Is Consumed ConsumedLOSS ConsumedLOSS ConsumedLOSS
LOSS WILL EXCEED 50000 50000HARD 50000HARD 50000HARD
QRT Q w A JJ Orm OO Ova Qau t tf Ehe lljsf lljs MisII I s ssourl
f p II souri state building at the Lewis Lewisand Lewisand
and Clark Centennial C Cnte < nIal nIalone exposition expositionone
one of the most m < st attractive aitractive structures struqture on onthe onthe onthe
the exposition e grounds was completely completelydestroyed c completelydestroyed nPleteJY nPleteJYdestroyed
destroyed by b fire tonight Practically Practicallynothing Practicallynothin Practicallynothing
nothing nothin of t the en1ag1dticent magnificent exhibit exhibitgathered exhibitgathered exhibitgathered
gathered by the Missouri state commis commlssion commission
sion was saved and the beautiful col collection collectiQn colleetleut
lection of a apt t andstatuary which was wasone WI WIone wasone
one of the features feal resof of the Missouri dis display dlipla3 display ¬
play will prove pro almost a complQto comph t loss oss
but few of the treasures Lreourcs of the art room
being saved from the flames It is es estimated estimated ¬
timated that the pecuniary loss will willexceed willexceed willexceed
exceed 50000 with no insurance save save5OOO
5000 on tho art exhibit exhibitDestruction exhIbitDestruction exhibitDestruction
Destruction Was Total TotalAll TotalAU TotalAll
All that remained standing when l1en the
fire was gotten under control was as tho thocolonnade thocolonnade thecolonnade
colonnade entrance surmounted byxa byxahalfdozen b by a ahalfdozen ahalfdozen
halfdozen angelic figures which whl h stood stoodout sto stoodout d dout
out spectrelike spe trelIke against the gloom of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the night nightHow nlghtHow night110w
How the Ore started 1 Is a mystery mysterywhidh mysterwhl mysterywhl
whidh whl ll will perhaps remain unsolved
The names were first seen by a youth youthwho youthwho youthwho
who was walking pear the ruined build ¬
ing He Immediately turned In the fire firealarm firealarm fIrealarm
alarm which whlchsummoned summoned the exposition expositionand
and city fire departments to the scene sceneThe sceneThe sceneThe
The secret service i lvice agents are re working Avorklngon
on the theory that th tIuttflre t fire was of incen incendiary incendlarO Incendiary ¬
diary origin and that th t it started among amonga aniotiga
a collection of packing cases stored storedjust storedjust StOreljust
just in the rear of the building buUdln awaiting
the period of dismantling of 1 the Mis Missouri Misseen 118 118fiIOurl ¬
souri seen exhibit which was to follow the theformal theformal theformal
formal closing of the exposition x > osltion tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row night
Probable robabIe Origin OriginThe OriginThe OriginThe
The superintendent of tho building
Ed C Crumbaugh of Columbia lio J Mo o the theonly theonl theonly
only onl persori Within IHtln thestructureat tlistructur at the thetime thetime tiuctime
time of the fire has h another and a1 J more moreprobable mor morobable moreprobable
probable obable theory He stated s ate to the tle As Associated Associated Assedated ¬
sociated Prose after the conflagration conflagrationthat
that when ho discovered the fire the thewall theWull thewall
wall of the building at the base bascoC of tho thodome thtllome thudome
dome and between the kitchen and nd the thedining theUnlng thedining
dining room was wn It mass ma of flame ft rrie but
he is positive that there was j 10 io o fire firenearer fire1100rer firenearer
nearer than fifteen feet of the main
floor Crumbaugh la of the opinion opinionthat opinIontlNlt opinionthat
that the fire had its origin in i th tl same samefaulty samefault samefaulty
faulty fault electrical construction which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the case of the several incipient incipientWaxesr incipientQlu incipientblazes
blazes Qlu which have Hle occurred in different differentbuildings dIfferent dIfferentbuildings differentbuildings
buildings during the fair Threequar Threequarters ¬
ten of an hour after the first alarm warmwas alarmwas Jarmwas
was sounded the Miwourt building was wasin wasin wasin
in ruins That the flames djcj dIu < 14 not notspread notspread notspread
spread to some of the adjoining build bulldingg buUdIn buildings
ingg In 1 was time flU to the th almost complete completeabsence completeabsence completeabsence
absence of wind and to the marvellous marvellouswork marcllou3work marvellouswork
work of the firemen who fought the thelira thetlrQ thelIre
lira desperately to save adjacent ex exhibit exhibit oxhibit ¬
hibit palaces palacesFavorite pal8c paiacsFavoritc s sFavorite
Favorite With Visitors VisitorsThe VisitorsThe 1 1The
The Missouri Iiti Ourl building was alf one of the thefavorite theavorfe I
favorite tavori tS state tnte buildings and visiting visitingstrangers visitingstrangers I Istranbcrs
strangers wore always al was hospitably wel welcomed welcorned ¬ i
corned Attached to the building wore woreelaborately woreelaborately
elaborately cJaoorat I furnished lounging rooms roomsfor roomsfor roomsfor I
for ladles and gentlemen A grill and an a ahandsomely ahandsomely i
handsomely fitted dining room also alsomade alsq
made the Missouri building an attrac attractive aUraclive attractle ¬
live one oneThe oneThe 1
The only onl casualty ca ualty was the serious se ious in injury injury ¬ I Ijur
jury jur to an a electrician n named Harry I IJones
Jones who In the early stages of the thefire thefire
fire mounted to the roof to cut the theelectric theelectric theelectric I
electric wires and andho who fell to the main mainfloor mainfloor i ifloor
floor of the building buildingANARCHY bundln bundlnANARCHY buildingANARCHY
I IRomf
Rome Oct 13 laThe The government has hasadopted hasadopted hasadopted
adopted extraordinary e h1lOrdfnar measures to put putto putto Putto
to to an end en d the antimilitary denlonstra denlonstratlons den1Q1shIons deninstratlons
tlons which are occurring throughout throughoutthe I Ithe
the country Collisions have taken takenplace tukenplace takenplace
place at Turin and Florence between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the police aqd manifestants A meet meeting 111eetIng meeting ¬
ing of socialists find anarchists nnnrchlstshEre nnnrchlstshEreyestorday here hereyesterday hereyestorday
yestorday caused QapsedaCla a clash h with it1the the po poIee v I Ilice
lice Iee Several of the th manf mJnle manifestants estanis furQt were teiowounded wereivounded j jwounded
wounded ivoundedThe f fThe J JThe
The meeting adopted a a resohitlon resohitlonthe resoluU resolutlonealhingu n ncaUlnmon
caUlnmon ealhingu on thJll9Vqrnmont > to drs dlsbahd dlsbahdthe J
the military f rifIJ
Man Who Robfaeid Robbeda1and land Attempted to Murder William Ellis at atBerkeley atBerkeley atBerkeIeyBIieved
BerkeIeyBIieved Berkeley Believed to Be e Identical With Slayer of ofBessie ofV ofBessie
Bessie Bouton
J V V 1
0 EHKBEiBY EnKB BY Ca 040t C4 Oft Ot 13 3tThe The man manI munkno titanD
B D I known kno i1 locally as William Brush Brushor
or Curtis who with lih a alQrlllm woman wrian com companion companl cornpani ¬
panion panl n is wanted fOl fat Jspbfiary b Oi and an l at attack attack attack ¬
tack upon WHIiam Elite Ut tjje t Uk e Australian Australiansporting tustaliaiisporting u tTaJian tTaJiansporting
sporting man in tMs ala et ty oh o oii Wedne Wedneday Wedneday Vt 1n 1nday <
day last has been b I Identified euutlfled by the thepolice thepollcellS thepolieena
police pollcellS a Milton Franklin Andrews Andrewswanted Anuirewswanted tdrewsrunted
wanted fox4he allegeiwmurderji a1legJ murder bE JassieBouton Jassie JgssieBouton QS5i QS5i13outon
Bouton on od Mount GjiSer CN1er Col CoJcrWb L on Oat Oat19ot OeLIdentification OoLtiii1
tiii1 19ot Tile he dete 1tes o lilY TJt 1J16tt1le 1J16tt1lefdentificatlon tlie tlieIdentification
j Identification is W sa g positive > as to admit adniifofno adnHtof admitofno
ofno of no doubt doubtThe doubtThe doubtThe
The minute descriptions furnished by byEllis l1 l1ElJls byEllis
Ellis of his assailant tally exactly with withthose Vlt11those withthose
those sent broadcast over the country countrylast countrylast Iuntr Iuntrlast
last year ear with one who is known to tohave tohave Cohave
have been with Bessie Bouton shortly shortlybefore shortJybefore shortlybefore
before her body bod was found foundAndrews foundAndr foundAndrews
Andrews Andr < ws traveled under the aliases aliasesof aliasesof
of George Bennet and Milton Franklin
I and it now no appears that he has added addedthe adaed adaedI nddOtIthe
the names of Brush and Curtis to his hislist hislIst hislist
I list listNot V
Not only does Brush or Curtis lIt the thedescriptions thede thedescriptions
descriptions de crlptlons of Andrews but the prep preparations preparations prepj prepjnrations ¬
arations for the dismemberment of Et EIlis Etll
lis ll strongly recall rt > caJ1 the details of the thetragedy th thtrugidy thetragedy
tragedy in Colorado Bessie Boutons Boutonsbody BoutonsbOd Boutonsbody
body bOd Y was as found hacked to pieces and andacid andj andjacid andacid
acid had been used to Bender Ute work workof workof I
of identlflcafion J more difii dlmC climenif climenifNo ilC ilCNO tt
NO o clue totha totI1RwhtMb whereAbouts uts of Brush Brushaawivhis Bru Brushiikhls I IJtQil
JtQil aawivhis hl > female companion have e efound yet yetbeen yetbeeu
been found foundCity fOundCity l
City Cit Marshal Yollmer in going goingthrough goIngthrough 1 1through
through a trunk left behind by y Brush Brushfound Brushfound I IfQund
found tonight a Denver msnspaper msnspaperdated jfuiP8peldated hewapaperdated
dated Oct 2 1904 containing cohtfdningan an ac account BCCOUIJt aceoutt ¬
count of the mysterious mYsterlousdisapp disappearance disappearanceof ranwe
of a Julia Ward Marshal Vollmer fur further further ur urthcr
ther says that he is in possession J 3OSSipn of ofalues otcl ofclues
clues cl es which hlCl he thinks will willlhe soaridleiifT le to totlje tole
tlje le apprehension of Brush6 Brust Brush V f t <
1 1Convict i
Convict in Illinois Prison Confesses Confe Contesiesto fses to Murder inPepnsylvania inPepnsylvaniaBefore in inPensyIvaniaV PeOnsylvaniaBefore
V Before Committing COmmiltingUiCidesenSatiOnal CoinrnittingSuicideSensationalStory Suicide Sensational J JStory c cStory
Story Revived A
flITTSBURG ITTSBURG Oct 13 13Aletander 13AletanderWauace 13Alexanderr Alexander AlexanderSWallace
PITTSBURG r SWallace Wauace IWallace superintendent of police policereceived poliecreceled policereceived
received a letter today from James JamesX
X Smith warden of the Southern outIrarn 11 IIUnoi 11llno11 11Unos
I Unoi penitentiary at Menard 3fen rd Ill en enciosing encosJng encosing
ciosing a confession made by a prison prisoner pris priser
er James M Brown a few hours be before before before ¬
fore he committed suicide in the jail jailIn jallIn jailIn
In the confession Brown states that thathe thathe thathe
he and two companions murdered murderedThomas murderefiThomas
Thomas D Kahney Kalme the Mount Wash Washington Washington YasbIngton ¬
ington grocer for which crime Jack Jackand JaC1iand Jackand
and Edward Biddle and Walter Dorman
were werecomjctod convicted the tilc Biddles Wl 1f1u1l escaping A
JUte J j the hangmans rope rope1 byhreaklng > JDram JDramJail W fijlftf fijlftfSail f fJa1
Jail through the asistanoe of the war wardens tta tta1dene a1 a1jdens
jdens dens wife and fleeing to Butler Butlelcoun Butlelcount coun couni
i t I ty where they the were located and shot shotdown MotI shotdown
I down by officers offi < ers In addition to the themurder th thl11urder themurder
murder of Kahney Jahne Brown chj elidggi elidggihimself u ui rjs s sj
j himself and companions with havih havihi h havflirobbed Vih Vihrobbed
i robbed and murdered a man while on onj itt ittthe
i the way from the lellling ot Kahne KahneThe KalmeyThe
The body of the second m inqu n he s sI I II
I was thro thrown n Into the Ionongahela m1 xEv xEvI I Ier
j er Brown also says that he and andb andbcompanion VO VOcompanion onj
companion murdered the third membe membeof ii iiof
of their party and burned the le bodyV tio bod il
I V ii
Chicago Oct 13 1CCharge Charges of dishon dishonesty dlshQhcsty dlshotosty ¬
esty against government officials con connected COl COln cminctotl ¬
nected n ctQtl with the investigation Qf Cap Captain Cl1ptain Captam ¬
tain tam O M Carterjs Carters affairs as a govern govern1ment gOY government lli lliment
ment engineer was made today todO by bytorney J At Attorney t ttorne ¬
torney torne Stone counsel for Captain Gar Garter ua1teT Cartbr ¬
ter Attorney Erwin for the govern government government ¬ I Iment
ment asked Captain Carter to produce producecertain produceI
I certain check stub boks Thereup ThereuponAttorney n nAttorney nAttorney
Attorney Stone declared the stubs had hadbeen hadbe i
been be n seized by the government some someCarters sometime sometinie
time ago and everything fa favc vCjable abie tp tpCarters tpCarters
Carters case was destroyed Jhne bile the theunfavorable theunfavorable I
unfavorable documentary evidence was wassaved I Isaed
saved savedWe We did not get the stubbook stub 0 bookdn bookdnquestion book un unquestion duquestion V VWe
question said Attorney Attorne Erwin and andCaptain i iCaptain ICaptain
Captain Carter is known to have rft rnI I
V jI jII
I ofcived i d it Crom rom R n P Westcott his hiafBtnerInlaw I
fBtnerInlaw so Captain Carter must mustprodije musIproUte
prodije prOC1q c it itThe o V <
The Tli stub stubbioks books b oks answered Attorney
Stono fer were ivcrein in a box which ws wsand was selzQjl selzeaand
and we want you OU to produce it itWe it itWe l
We intend to show slto that they were werein wereIn werein
in Carters possession posses lon af aft aftbr tfer r the box was wasseized vflsseized
seized sel e dP said Attorney A UQrney Erwin Er in and he heinustpfoduce hemust heinustoduce
inustpfoduce must ptoduce thedocuments thedocumentsCarter thodQcumentsCarter the documettts documetttsCarter
Carter was then asked corueerning col1 a acontract acontract
contract which bore his signature and andthat andthat
that of his fatherinlaw ftithertnJaw showing shovlriwthat showlittliatCarter that thatCarter
Carter had paid 63020 on certain prop property P ptoperty OP ¬
erty in Orange N J Carter Carterard Carterardthat gi Cfared ired iredthat
that he signed the documen docunientrflSlpjBVlng vJne
it merely meant the th deeding deMlngbf61OOO of M6lOO 61000 61000worth
worth of property to him by byliis his father fatherinlaw fatherinlaw
inlaw as a present r ent
New NewYork York Oct 13 lT 13That That at gangs gangsqf gangsqfthieves of ofthieves r rthlo08
thieves have been imported to Nesiv NesivYork New NewYork NowYork
York to t register for the fall elections electionsin
in the lower cast side was w s the state statement atat atatment stateinent ¬
ment made to the police today todtt by by a aprisoner aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner who was arrested after aseries a aseries aseries
series of o bold assaults and robberies robberieshad tt tthad u uhad
had boon committed in thestreets the streets latnight Infitnight lat lastnight
night nightThe nightfhe nightThe
The prisoner told the polio that tall aJItho tuJithe
tho cops in New York could not prose prosecute pr presecute er ¬ I
cute him him because he hodtQ0niQ had > gmpo mIW tp town townonly townonl tbw tbwOfllY I
only onl to register and intend IntenQ d tgleav tgleavagain l tleavagain leay W Wnsaln
again immediately He refus refused JO < ogIvo ogIvohis i ihis
his real name nameThe uamThe i iTiic
The police make the chargeitnat chllrs that the thethugfi the thethugs
thugs have registered rcsist rcd falg fal jj l nd jj J e eRUSSIAN
Toklp TohiOct Oct 13 l3A A dispatch from tr n X v vmoto ta
mtorports rgports Qorts the suicide of f a Hujslup Hujsluplleuteh 1ttisippJleUtcituti2t P 1
lleuteh JleUtcituti2t t n it in th the hospital tnerajpespnir tnerajpespnirover t thefa lf1o P t spqlr spqlrover P t1 t1hiS <
over his condition was theieiwWwiW1 the CfJ ctiiiTubfilJ1 ctiiiTubfilJ1actiofi 1 li
netton I Nl f
lieve 1ievetiy they u y have political license to rob roband robond roband
and plunder t1 Jijer One of the gang was waspursued Wa Wal waslursted
pursued l for an hour by b o the police last lastnightt I lasthiiglit t tnight
night who traced him In the vicinity of ofEast ofEast ofEast
East Houston street by b the noise of ofbreaking ofbreaking ofbreaking
breaking windows of evidences cldenceso cldencesoff of offreshly offreshly
freshly ff hl committed comm Itted robberies and finally
by b finding a woman beaten Into help ¬
lessness 1 2sness on the tli sidewalk She Sh wa was wanseriously ijo ijoseriously jQs
seriously s rlousl Injured that she was sent t tme to tothe tothe
the hospital She said the gang ro robbcdhr robbed robbedhor bcd bcd10t
hor 10t Of 5 3 A few blocks from wheretho where wherethe
the woman was vis found tile pollco discov discovered discovertiF dlscoverud ¬
ered tho robbers at work ork looting a abutcher abpta11 abtaher
butcher l shop They nod and the po poJfce poJrce riojfre
Jfce got only one of them who was wasabated wasicd waailtcd
abated iltcd icd up on a charge of burglary and andwgliway and1giiity
1iT wgliway hWa robbery robbenSTUDENTS robberySTUDENTS iilber3STUDENTS
Odessa Ode a Oct 13 13A A mass meeting of ofstudents otudQnts ofstudents
students udQnts hehi here today decided by a avote lvpte aote
vote ote of 7T8 77 to 592 92 against reopening reO lnlng the theOdessa theQqe theOdessa
Odessa Qqe a university until qntfrtl th stateof stateofsiege state ot otI ofitlege
siege I ea Ja raised raiB d and nndt1G thgfeU lt iU till tU therrbe then bb bbregper bec2patcd
regper c2patcd 1 > ed e4 eprclusivelyr qxclusively cltsiel r for fora a political politicalUiggle politicalqtgleuintil
qtgleuintil Uiggle tg sle until full lU civil chUrlgfits rights be grant grant4u srant1l grantedf4hhi
4u edf4hhi f < viU 1l Russians
TwentyNinth Battery BatteryTerrible Batt ry iLees Meets Vlit Witir WitirTerrible 1 1Temble
Terrible Accident AccidentPRIVATE AccidentPRIVAT it itPRIVATE
1JNCTION mCTIox CITY C TY Kan Oct IS 13P11 13P11vate 13PriJ Pri Private ¬
JJNCTIOX J J vate Albert Alb rt Laste of o the Twenty Twentyninth Twcnt Twcntninth Twentyninth
ninth battery of field artillery rtmer was waskilled waskilled waskilled
killed killed at Fort Riley at at noon today toda Pri Privates Privates Priyates ¬
vates John Connolly Conno11 and J G GS Simpson Simpsonof pson psonot
of the sarne amebr anu battery t d are thought thoughtto to be befatally befata1l befatally
fatally fata1l injured i injured jured and Privates I Lea LearNorman eary earyNorman 1 1Norman
Norman Lancaster Lancat > ter and Cline of the theslJme thesttrne
same organization orgal ZaUOn are in tho hospital hospitalwith hospital hospitalith hospitalwith
with ith broken limbs and Internal inju injuries injuries inijurics ¬
ries A large number numb r of other other artillery artillerymen artme artmemen artillerymen
men were badly hUrt The benccldent benccldentthat Accident Accidentthat ticeidentthat
that caused caus d the death of ILaste and in injury Injury injury ¬
jury of ofthe the otlQrs oqcurjed about two twomiles twomiles twomiles
miles north of Fort Riley RileyFlag RUe RUeFlag RileyV RileyFlag
V Flag Was Run Up UpThe UpThe UpThe
The Twentyninth battery is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the six making up uptho the first provisional provisionalregiment provisionalregl1l1cnt provisionalregiment
regiment of 0 field artillery at target targetpractice targetpracti targetpractiCe
practice practi e The ThebnUerys batterys guns had been beenpjaced beenpJffced beenpWced
pjaced and its UseIght eight limbers Umbersloaded loaded with withammunition wlt wltammunition withammunition
ammunition were at the rear with six sixhorses filXhors siihorses <
horses hors s hitched to each ea h limber THe THedrivers TU TUdrhers TJJOdrivers
drivers had ht I dismounted dismpun ted When Wh the thebattery t tbatterY lie liebattery
battery was ready for firing fir1 1J a large largerod larperod largerod
rod flag was run up p on a astaft staff as assignal a asignal asignal
signal to the therangepart11j range party partyat it t the targets targetsto
to get et out Ot of J range ng of rtlieguns rtliegunsIIorses the guns gunsvJ gunsHoris
vJ IIorses orses Stampeded StampededTJil
TJil wllnaHrtew e the flag out in the thefaces I
faces Ct s of the horses and they stampeded stampededtonce stampededa I Ia
a once once Some drivers succeeded in intting Inting I II
I ting into their saddles others were weredragged weredragged 1 I Idragged
dragged but the most of the drivers driverswere i iere
were ere left behind The horses dashed dashedover dashedoyer I Iover
over a asmall small cliff and went down in a afrightful 11 11frjghtful afrightful
frightful mass The Twentyninth Twent nlnULbflt nlnULbflttery bat battery batcry ¬
tery cry 1eJongs leJongsut at q Fort Leavenworth and andcame andcame andcame
came here 1ere the latter part of July for fortarget fQrtarget frtarge
target practice Private L Laste aste enlisted enlistedin J JIn
in lfl the service last January His home homeis
is in NewSTork NewSTorki Now York Yorku YorkIDAHOS
i < j jIDAHOS
Special to Tho Herald HeraldBoise i iol6
Boise ol6 > Ida Oct 13 13Governor Governor Good GoodIng GoodIng
Ing has wired Executive Commissioner CommissionerMcBrlde CommissionerMcBride
McBride in charge of the Idaho ex exhibit eChlblt cxiiibltat ¬
hibit iiibltat at the thePortland Portland exposition to dis dispose dispose ¬ i ipose
pose of the Idaho building to the best bestadvantage bestadvantage bestadvantage
advantage and prepare all portions of ofthe ofthe
the exhibits which whichcan can be preserved for forshipment forshipment
shipment to toB Boise lse It was proposed to tomove tomoe tomove
move the thebuuahg building to the capital the the4plan theplal1 theIhfli
4plan being to V organize a commercial commercialclub commercialclubroom commercialclubroom
club clubroom room the building to be used both bothas bothas bothas
as a club house and as a hall for per perinafttit
manfent mai nt display of these and other oUrerliiblts ex exhibits cxhiblts ¬
hibits It was found foun P l however tlwt flip flipbuilding th thbuiltlil1 tnpbuilding
building was WlS too tpo jfljmsy ny and nd tha it itwould itould itwould
would ould not J1ots notseive serve rve thenwPoses fli the lJ1tPOe8 of f aralub aralubsuelvas njlubsuch ub
suelvas 8 such basi as isidesired sired The plan planfofe wasmere wasmererfbrTa as tll J re ref
rfbrTa f gliilnW l1ti1f Ivif11 f1 Thegovertfot ThE goer1f014tO gorerzrnrhoi1iztO gorerzrnrhoi1iztOhe iop to tobe tobe
be able yet et to make sonrearrangrem some somefor arre 1gc nts ntsfol its itsfor
for preservation of theexhibit to fojyrthe fojyr focjptne i11m i11mtoe
the nucleus of a permanent display dlsplnyJ dlsplnyJthe Ip Ipthe Igthe
the capital capitalSALES I < c cSALES
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington 1lcraldWa 1craidWashington
Washington Wa hingtor Oct 13 13r 1Lrl1o The e secretary secretarye <
I Q of t tiicjnLr1Qr J rJ2r on request 9f f Governor GovernorGIX1glltim Governorf3ipgithf1
GIX1glltim f3ipgithf1 others will postpone the thee theLJc
LJc e of town lots in three townsites of ofh7 ofXinldoka
h7 < T Mjnldoka inldoka irrigation irrlgationtract tract until next nextTirinff netIi nextThis
Ii Tirinff t This plan has the approvalof approvalofresxeclamation approalofea1lnation approvaloftljoenlaniation
resxeclamation ea1lnation service raabing post postPfremdjlft post1pfrtdl1t postbenidnt
Pfremdjlft 1pfrtdl1t certain certainSales certmnSalesin certainSale
Salesin Sales in November as originally originallyplanned orlgnalJypl originallyplantijxl
pl planned nntd would be unsatisfactory Pur Purchasers Purchasers Furchasers ¬
chasers would ouJd be behardshippedand hardshipped and few fewer fewsales fewr ¬
er r sales would be made than in the thespring thespring thespring
spring Furthermore no advantage advantagewill a vantage vantagewJll
will pe be e gained by sales s les this fall willfbe willfbeUulhorized For Forthese Forthosercasons or orthosrea
these thosrea thosercasons reasons ons the he postponement P9stpo ert wilrbo wilrboauthorized wilIboauthorized i
authorized authorizedA j a i
A proclamation ereafsng erg rang ng Shoshone Sljoshoneforest Shoshoneforost Sitoslioncforest
I forest reserveto reserve oto toCi1ibrace BmDrace 1 race > half of Sho ShoShone Shohone Slioshone
Shone hone county count Jdahb rdahd c1ah is being prepared preparedfor prepare preparet
t I for the th lit presidents signature The re resekve res reI
I sekve sve is s likely to be created next week weekMANILARAILROAD weekIANILA veekIA
Washington Oct 13 l 1ccurding According to the the9QUWU thet theanuluiti
9QUWU t InJ report for the Year year 1301 Ii of the theSlaufla thefaqJi1t theta4Ia
Slaufla ta4Ia Railway company owning the line lineconnecting lineeonrtcctlpg lineeonseqtipg
connecting Manila lI nlla on the south with withDagupan withDagup withDsgiuian
Dagupan Dagup n on the north the road paid lo loIMrrCTiBt l lper 1ir
IMrrCTiBt per tIiI t net profit The total receipts receiptsrr receiptswef14iP069 receiptsivere
wef14iP069 ivere i4ThOCP < < rr i and the + 1in expenditures ninnn1 < r > > ci EGO ftttfl ftttfl7M1 61 617tl
7M1 7tl JeavJng a net profit of 81554 8L > 5te The Theoriginal Th Tho iheoriginal
original o lnnl eost of the road was 533i00 533i00I > 353700 353700It
It I Is stated IilatQ that by American methods methodsJE methodsaccountIng
0g JE accounting the propAty would have havepaid IHWJt1 haveiieid
paid Jt1 almost S5 per fent fent on the Invest Investm Invest Investmeat r rment
meat m nt It is thought at the th insular bu bureau bUreau bitreaut ¬
reau that this showing may JI1n have ap im impflrtant Jm1SVrtant IrnlPrtnnt
pflrtant influence on the bidding next nextmttbthby n naxttnOIthi t tmrihh
mttbthby mrihh by American capitalists forthe fortheright for tbe tberight tijeright
right to construct additional railways raUwa < s Intllo In Inthe Intile
the Philippines PhilippinesI PhilippinQePURIFVINGTHE
I San Jose Jose Cal CaL Oct 13 ltAt At todays todayssession t todassessIon da s ssession
session of the Oregon and California CaliforniaAfrican CaIlfornlaAfrican CaliforniaMrican >
African Methodist Episcopal church churchRev chtrchRev chjirchRev
Rev G H W V Smith of Tacoma was wasexpelled wase wasexpelled
expelled e pel1ed for gro gross s Immorality and andRev andRev andRev
Rev A AG G Woodward Yopdw rdot of jSeattle SeatUe was wasalso vasalso wasalso
also expelled for conduct unbecoming unbecominga
a minister of the gospel
DIVORCE SW SWAlsoGiven SUl SUITAlso lr lrNso
AlsoGiven Nso Also Gjv Given ncnto Cusciyjp Cuto y of f t tlje e Two little littleChildren LittleOhildren LittleOhildien
Children Childrenr ChildrenCOURT Ohildrencnu OhildienCOURT
1 1MRS
1A1005R I OOStCER OOS rER O Oct 13 13Judge Judge Ea KaB Eason EaV
W V B V son who herd h the divorce easy easycase cas cascase castscase
case oC Captain Elroore JZ Tag Taggart TaeSart Taggart
gart against his wits rendered lud led his de decision dea deaclslon decislon ¬
cision this HIternooa nftentooB The oourtlgrants oourtgrantsCaptain i iCaptain f fCaptain
Captain Taggart the divorce and the thecustody thecustol1y thecustody
custody of the two children Culver Culveraged Culverag Culveraged
aged ag d 11 and Charles aged agodT 7 Although AlthoughMrs Alt110UghIrs AlthoughMrs
Mrs Irs Taggart is denied possession ofi ofithe o othe othe
the children she will be b permitted tj tjsee bsee tisee
see them themMrs themMrs j jMrs
Mrs Taggart Not Reesent ReesentCaptain eces Rt s nt ntCap rutCaptain
Captain Cap ln Taggart yasJ1jfurt RS Jw iprt prt durht durhtthe duri durithe dUriitliD
the reading of the rfejtftton ttg4It n Mjr J Tag Taggart T Thggart lg lggart
gart is ill and was fiS not present Th Thcourt rhcourtroom Thcourt
court courtroom room ivacrowded was a crowded with wlt an eager oasfly Glt1Jy eagerly
ly expectant throng t1r ng of people peo plo Judge JudgeEasojfii JudgtEasqn JudgeEaaqn1before
Easojfii Eaaqn1before before giving his hi decision n nViewedthe rtVIewedthe < Ivle
Viewedthe vle wed th petitions crosfi eros petition petit lt1tionsanswers ion s sanswers l
answers and affidavits in the eoursqj eour eour9f courpf
9f his statenent Judge Eason said tli tht thftlie Ci
the testimony wa w va deeply tpuiniitgr tpUtnhThe
The charge ch rg of drunkenness S 4 iifWt
Captain Taggart the court said rae waenot aa aanot raenot
not sustained sustainedTrial sustainedTrial V
Trial Was Waf1ong Waf1ongThe Long LongThe LongThe
The trial lasted seven weeks Wee Th Thcase Tha Thaease rbca
case ca ewent went to tot the court a montn fcap 1 1The
The suit was first started in Jufey JultltfI JultltfIby Ju1 IwH IwHby ir4by
by Captain Taggart who filed a peti petition peUtlon petAtion ¬
tion for divorce charging his wife with withcpnduct withcQnduct
cpnduct cQn uct unbecoming wife and allg aU aUing aIiing
Ing the excessive use u of otmtoxtearitS otmtoxtearitSMrs intoxicants intoxieaiitdMrs
Mrs Taggart heard hea qf the tbepveeedtn prpeeedlnga prpeeedlngain
in San Francisco several aCv ral week litter lInerand
and immediately started for Woouter Woouterthe Wo ooite ooitethe tar
the home of the Taggart where she shefiled 8hofiled shefiled
filed JJ a counter petition for Qr div dtvQtce dtvQtceagainst rc rcgrounds rcLaint
against Ca Caiitali tatn Tagg1Kt t 00 Die f1i8rounds Diegrounds
grounds rounds of cruelty and neglect neglectCase neglectCase t
Case Excited Intereet InterestThe IntereetThe < jTh
The Th o case ca has been b n of exceptional In Interest
terest because of statements during durls the thetrial t ttrJal theatrial
trial by Captain Taggart that the v0 v0mon u uof
of f in toxicants In the arII1 army W was H 80 a can CUlpman canmon
mon as to be almost the custom cu customnumber tom j jnumber j jnumber
number of prominent army atm oftteewi oftteewiwere oftioe oftioewere
were named in Captain CaptainTaggarVn Taggart tag t JII Peti Petition cti ctition ¬
tion as having havlngbeen 0 been more or orcause legJp legJpcause 1eSlik
cause cau of the thedornestic domestic trophies between betwenCaptain betweeItCaptain betweenCaptain
Captain and Mrs lrs Taggart TaggartCareer TaggartV TaggartCaeer 0 0Cateer
Career Cateer of Taggart
Captain V Taggart is a well t known k knownarmy
army officer He is a graduate of otVtwt WSs WSsPoint Ve t
Point and has served at various army armyposts dnn dnnposts orsnposts
posts of the army He was commissary commii comniisaryofficer LU
officer of the thedlYi5fon division in the > Cuban Cubancampaign Cul CubaiV t tcampaign
V campaign aided in th the jreltef of llu til t1 t1Cubans
Cubans served servedwith with distinction ia thv thvPhilippines tl1 tl1Phllippinea thPhilippines
Philippines and especially in Burnett BurnettwasscIiieG Sa114rwaruclilefi an1Qt
wasscIiieG ie of = peltee pOl e of JVtaittta lI Jtlfa and con conmanded ClJTImandt cUflmantled
mantled > d the hospital ship Belief Reli ilHi ud tlu tlutransport th tt tttranoport
transport Sherman ShermanJudge ShermanJudge SherinaflJudge
Judge Baron began reading hi his d dtroI le + i iimi iVIii
VIii at 2 i p w He ftwtiiffir reading readiu 3 3Ht Jitt Itt
Ht tt 1030 tortlgltt tom1Att with but one hour houtI f fsupper fsupppr
supper S upp rlnt intervening lvenlng Tle decision d i8bll stat rtauthat EltULthat >
I that the charge of adultery ugain
lls Taggart had been proved in Tour f ou oudifferent ur urdifferent
different cases casesI
I c V There is a provision in the decree tint tinti thl th t tf t tI
i It Captain and Mrs Taggart Ta can a agroe agroeoft ag1peona agri C CoitadisposttIon
oft ona oitadisposttIon a i disposition of the children ati atifactory atii itj
factory to themselves other oth than Chit th4tI Chitheld >
I I held by b the court urt they or 81 permitted permiitadto
to do so but if not the children are to tobe tnbe tobe
I be under the care of their father fatherPreferslHis fatherPreJcrslHls fatherPrefersHis r
PreJcrslHls PreferslHis Mother MotherCulver MothersCulver
1 Culver t Lli + old oldt child of 0 CaiJtttiJi CaiJtttiJideclasetf cal Uj Ujand i ilndl1rs
and lndl1rs Mrs Mrsmotfier WI J1iTgji declasetf decl declate to t his hfrtter h hismother 5 5mouler
mother tong tongTHE tonigiiWliu t if tter ter whut WViI 11 11I 1p 1pcourt 1 1court
I court decIde daci1oclMbo4flUYfl daci1oclMbo4flUYflV daci1oclMbo4flUYfliath UJB M ffln 4 rathjr iath t rema fma fmawith V Vwith
f with her TMS TMTteoo 1 m etDo V obAhj Jt lYe fe e the th der dercisidn declsf do docisiOn
cisidn clsf n o ot the eourt eourti urt 4 4i aflhbuitec1 t lOJIJe Q t tI V Vchild
I child went to his m id idI d dI tl
i I Mamma I wont wontI h hi y4 y4I
i will 111 I II ITue
I The Taggart home is bei being g W8ttXf W8ttXftonight wa1 nsf nsftonight
I tonight because of a a fear f that the clsfi c1l1dlen eblidren
dren might be kidnaped kidnapede kidnapedTHE kidnapedTHE i iand
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Buck McCarthy McCarthyChicago L LChicago II IIChicago
Chicago Oct IS 13Jam James J McCarthy McCarthyformer McCartbYformer McCarthgformer
former alderman from the stockyards stockyardsdistrict stockyartisdlstnlch 1s 1sdi
district di trlcu died today after a long illness HlaepThe UJn UJnThe illnessrite
The alderman who was was1 known knownBuck JM JMBuck es esTuck
Buck McCarthy was W88a Vas a famous figure figurein
in city politics a decade agoc ago Hewas Hewasparticipant HOwagpartieipunt Hewawparticipant
participant in a number of senaatioiwa senaatioiwapersonal seusatnaelpersonal tiorutl tiorutlpersonal
personal encounters eUN > unters growing oat of the theheat UtSheat thoheat
heat of hardfought campaigns campaignsj campat campatj <
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Cork Ireland Oct OctV Oct13Jotn V 13 13Jo 13Jotn 13Jotnprominent John n DalYprominent Daly at atprominent
prominent Irish rIsIi politician poUt lf wfco wo reprsented reprtt reprttsent repr reremuted >
muted sent d Corlt In tHe ftouie itouheOf o ot common commonwhen commonwbenChnrles mmoII mmoIIwhienCharles
when wbenChnrles Charles Stuart S tuar t Parnell wasJeadei wasJeadeiof waleadrci i iof
of ci the nationalist party partydled died tonight tonightPrincess t totuighPrincess nJght nJghtPrincess
Princess Pierre Napoleon Bonaparte BonapartctParis Bonapartep BonaparteParis
Paris p Paris i Oct Oet 13 13Prlnce 13Princess 13PrincessJtjerrc Princess V Pierre Na Napoleon 1apoleon 2apolcon ¬
poleon Bonaparte died suddenly Jveie Jveietoday h htc htctoday 1 1today
today aged 4G years yearsV yearsALLlANCElSyRGED4 e8rs e8rsI
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BrusselsOct Bl1 V elsoet 13 13The The Petit BI BImorningpublishes Elrnorningublislies
morningpublishes notable arUoii arUoiiing II IIlog 1 1fng
log for commercial and defensl defenslUanoes defeJIstlanqes lIli lIlimorningoublis1te I Iliances
Uanoes bet betien Belgium and HqThe Hq EqThe
The T e articles jjrapentthe ent the views of otinent ofInent ofinent
inent statesnvlp statesmll of both countries countriesvorlng count1ieorfnt fftt ffttvoring
vorlng the projects p proet5 ctso I 1 I
Peckham Qtld Haas Arraigned for the th Cotton CottonC t Frauds raudsCOunsel
C COunsel unsel for the Accused MoV Moved d for Di DiI Di Diof
of t the 8C 8
IEV EW E l YORK Oct J3 13The The profits profits of oftheallegedconsjjiiratorsIp otI ofI
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are ar placed at approximately nIHt oxhn teIy 290000 290000jiccordlng 29 QOOQOaceordluig OO OOac
jiccordlng ac or41ng to an anJndlctment indictment presented presentedIn
I In court today on the arraignment arralgnmfntbeoro be before betort ¬
fore oro United Stoics Commissioner Kldg Kldgway RldSwa Rfdgway
way wa of Frederick A Pecliham and Mo Moi 10 10s I
i os s His According to charges made raadeIn madeIn
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jr assistant statistician of the depart department dcpnrtment departnient ¬
ment of agriculture received rc clcd 525017 25011ConGptracy 5Ql7 5Ql7Conspiracy j jConspiracy
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