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From Ty Cobbs Bat Saves SavesDay SavesDay SavesDay
Day for Fred Clarkes Men MenCLARKE MenI MenCLARKE MenCLARKE
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CLARKE GETS AWAY WITH WITHHARD WITHHARD WITHHARD
HARD HOME RUN SMASH SMASHAll
All Records for Attendance Are AreBroken AreBroken AreBroken
Broken and Receipts for the theGame theGame theGame
Game Total More Than For Forty Forty Forty ¬
ty Thousand Dollars DollarsAND DollarsAND DollarsAND
AND ANOTHER GAME TODAY TODAYf TODAYALWAYS TODAYALWAYS
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD LEADThe LEADThe LEADThe
+ f The HeraldRepublican yesterday yesterdayled +
+ f led all of Its It competitors in bulletin bulletining bulletlning bulletining +
+ ing the first game of the Pittsburg PittsburgDetroit PtttsburgDtrolt PlttsburgTJ4rott +
+ 4 Detroit series of baseball ba eball champion championship ehamplonship championship +
4 4f + ship games The game was bulletined bulletinedby +
4 f by b Innings and the game was an announoed Innouneed n nnouneed +
+ nouneed in The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanwindows +
+ 4f windows before the other newspaper newspaperoffices newspaperoffices newspaperoffices +
4f + offices had announced the eighth eighthinning eighthInning +
+ 4 f inning The bulletins in The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldR HeraldRepublican +
4 4f + Republican R > windows attract the thelargest thelargest thelargest +
+ f largest crowds of spectators because becausethis becausethis e ethis +
+ this bulletin service gives in brief briefall briefall briefall +
+ 4f all of the latest important news from fromall fromall 4all 4
+ f all parts of the world worldPittsburg worldFittsburg worhlPittsburg +
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Pittsburg Oct 8 SThe The National Nationalleague Nationalleague Nationalleague
league champions won the first game gameof
of the worlds championship series seriesby seriesby seriesby
by the score of 4 to 1 at Forbes field fieldAfter fieldA fieldAfter
A 1
UUJ UUJAfter
After the early innings Detroit was wasoutclassed wasoutclassed wasoutclassed
outclassed in every department of the thegame thegame thegame
game gameIn gameIn gameIn
In the first three innings Detroit Detroitoutplayed Detroitoutplayed Detroitoutplayed
outplayed the Pittsburgs PittsburgsThere FittsburgsThere
There were 29265 paid admissions admissionsa
a new record for attendance in a aworlds aworlds aworlds
worlds series game gameEvery gameEvery gameEvery
Every seat iii in iithe the amphitheatre was wasfilled wasfilled wasfilled
filled when Umpire Johnstone called calledplay calledfplay calledplay
play ball ballMar balltarlger ballMar
Mar tarlger ager Fred Clarke and Tommy Leach Leachwere Leachwere Leacht
t were the Pittsburg stars In the fourth fourthInning fourthinning fourthInning
Inning Clarke solved Pitcher Mullina puz puzzmg puzz puzzing
zing z lng delivery and nade a smashing home homeran homerun homerdn
ran hit into the right field bleachers bleachersThis bleachetlThis bleachersThis
This tied the score and appeared to take takeall takeall takeall
all the heart out of Detroit Scoring Scoringwas
was omparatively < easy for Plttsburg aft after after after ¬
er tht Leachs sensational catch of a ahard ahard aLard
hard drive from Ty Cobbs trusty bat batwith batwlth batwth
with two Detroit men on bases in the thes theslnnth
s venth > inning saved the game gamePitchers gamePitchers gamePitchers
Pitchers Work Well WellBoth WellBoth WellBoth
Both George Mullin and Charles Adam Adampitched Adampitched Adli Adlipitched
pitched admirably Mullin allowed only onlyfive onbfin onlyfive
five hits Adams was hit safely six sixtimes sixtimes sbctimes
times Adams was unsteady un tead in the open opening openIng opening ¬
ing inning when he gave two bases on onbails onballs ontails
bails and allowed two hits After that thatht thathc
ht steadied and Detroit was not able to toget toget toget
get more than one hit in an inning inningMullin InningMullin tnntngMullin
Mullin was an enigma to the locals du during during duritig ¬
ring the first three innings In these theseIK
IK It l did not allow a hit and gave but one onelis onelst
11 lis ise < on balls He had retired two Pitts Pittsb Pitteburg
b burg ITS men in the fourth when Clarke Clarkeradc Clarkerrad Clarkemade
made his borne run Delehanty Hlehant made a ariJuuloua aridiculous ariiiulous
ridiculous error at the beginning of the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth inning and Abeteln made three threebases three1aSS threebases
bases on it This was followed by a two twoiiagger twohaggt twoagger
iiagger > r by b Gibson Gi n and another error by byBush b bBush byBush
Bush gave Plttsburg two runs and the thegjme thegame thegtnw
game gjmein
in the fifth inning Mullin hit Byrne Byrnein
in the th head with a pitched ball and it itlooked Itlokf it1nktd
looked > d for an instant as a if he had knocked knockedout
out ut the little third baseman The crack crackof
of If f the ball against Byrnes head could couldIK
IK 1 < plainly heard h ard and as he sank to the theK thegound
K gound < ound a murmur of sympathy arose from fromtn
k tn rowd < After a few minutes he was wasa
V a Me 1 It to get up and trotted to first base basePirates basePirates basePirates
Pirates Outplay Tigers TigersPittshurg TigersPittshullf TigersPittshurg
Pittshurg played with machinelike pre preciMon preci preCkiofl
ciMon ci ion all the way wa and Byrne and Gibson Gibsonstarred Gibsonstarred Gibsonstarred
starred with clever bits of fielding fieldingThe
The pr p pre5flc nc nce of the leading batter of ofthh ofC
601 thh C a h league 1f8KUeCobb Cobb and Wagner agnercreated Vagnercreatedgrut agnercreatedgJtat created createdF
F gJtat i at interest and the work of both men mennjs meniJR menw
njs w iJR i S closely clo el watched as a many bets have
1 n made as to which will hit the bet bett bett1
t t1 < i r during the series rles Wagner a er had the theliCUr thebttlr thebttr
liCUr of It today toda as he h made a two twolaggr twoaggr twotgger
laggr aggr and was hit in four times up upgiving upgiving upgLvilIg
giving him an average of of333 33 3 Cobb Cobbfailed CobbfaHd Cobbfailed
failed to make a hit as Leachs tine finetatch tineatch tineiltth
tatch robbed him of what was almost t a ac artaln acrtalfl
c crtalfl rtctin threebagger Cobb was up four fourt fourtimef fourtrF
t timef me and Tid heW a base on balls and scored scoredp seoredPtroils
p Ptroils troits only run runro runloJJh runtobh
loJJh ro > > also stole a base in the fifth inn innContinued InnContinued innContinued
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Honus Wagner and Ty Cobb respectively champion batsmen of o the National and American leagues met yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day in the firstgame first game of the worlds series at Pittsburg Wagners record for the day far excelled that of ofCobb ofCobb ofCobb
Cobb whose only real work at the bat was nullified by clever clev r Tommy leach
TRAIN WHIZZED WHIZZEDOVER WHIZZEDOVER
OVER THE RAILS RAILSBritish
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British Admiral Given a Ride Rideon
on a New York Central CentralLocomotive CentralLocomotive CentralLocomotive
Locomotive LocomotiveNew
New ew York Oct 8 SThree Three British ar armored armored armored ¬
mored cruisers and three French battle battleships battleships battleships ¬
ships which have been attending the theHudsonFulton theHudsonFulton theHudsonFulton
HudsonFulton celebration sailed for forhome forhome or orhome
home tonight leaving behind a substan substantial ¬
tial number of their men It Is said some somemen
306 men from the British ships had failed failedto
to turn up for duty Of the Frenchmen Frenchmenit
it was said that only three of the 2500 2500Bailors 2500railors 500 500Fallors
Bailors Had strayed Fleet officers re remained remained remained ¬
mained to search rch for the men of both bothsquadrons bothquadrons bothsquadrons
squadrons squadronsSir
Sir Edward Seymour will leave le ve on the theInflexible theInflexible theInflexible
Inflexible tomorrow and it Is probable his hisship hl hlship hIship
ship will try for a new transAtlantic rec record record recoil ¬
ord on the run to Gibraltar GibraltarUnconfirmed GibraltarUnconfirmed GibraltarUncenflrmed
Unconfirmed reports are that certain certainFrench certainFrench certainFrench
French officers were dissatisfied di atisfled at the thetreatment thetreatment thetreatment
treatment they received during the Hud HudsonFulton HudsonFulton HudsonFulton ¬
sonFulton celebration The French ships shipsdid shipsdid shipsdid
did not salute as they passed pas Governors GovernorsIsland Governorsisland Governorsisland
Island The British however fired 21 21gune 21guns 21guns
guns guneAdmiral gunsAdmiral gunsAdmiral
Admiral Seymour went sightseeing to today today today ¬
day on a locomotive of the Twentieth TwentiethCentury TwentiethCentur TwentiethCentury
Century limited on the New York Central CentralHe CentraLHe
He had expressed eXIlr s a desire to see what whatan
I an American locomotive could do On a aclear aI aclear
I clear stretch of track near Osslnlng the thepointer thepointer thepointer
pointer of the speed dial marked SI S miles milesan
an hour and the heavy train whistled over overa
a mile of rail in a fraction less than 43 43seconds 43eCOoos 43seconds
seconds secondsThe secondsThe eCOoosThe
The trip covered 47 miles It was the theoutcome theoutcomeJf theoutcomeof
outcome outcomeJf y > f a suggestion lIugg stlon made to the ad admiral admtral admiral ¬
miral by J PIEpont Morgan at one on of the theHudsonFulton theHudlOnFulton theHudsonFulton
HudsonFulton functions last week
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MURDEROUS WORK OF OF OFOakland THUG THUGOakland THUGOakland
Oakland Cal Woman Is Fatally FatallyBeaten FatallyBeaten FatallyBeaten
Beaten by a Robber Armed With Withan
an Iron Bar BarOakland BarOakland BarOakland
Oakland Oct S SA A thug arrayed in inwomans Inwomans Inwomans
womans skirts attacked and robbed Mrs MrsEmilia MrsBinlita Irs IrsEmilia
Emilia Mederious last night as she was wason wason wason
on her way to her home at 1000 Third Thirdstreet Thirdstreet ThIrdstreet
street in company with her two children childrenand
and two women companions companionsMrs
Mrs Irs Mederious was beaten on the heal headand healamI healand
and probably fatally Injured by her as assailant assailant assallant ¬
sailant who wielded an iron bar While Whileshe WhIleshe hlle hlleshe
she lay J8 unconscious on the sidewalk and andher andher andher
her companions and children were werescrea wereerealnr weresereanin1r
screa erealnr iint for assistance the thug took tookTvin tookm tookurn
Tvin urn m her 60 He then fled vaulting over overa
a high board fence
PRESIDENT TAFT ENJOYS A ADAY ADAY ADAY
DAY AMONG THE GIANT TREES TREESPhotographed TREESPhotographed TREEIPhotographed
I Photographed in a Stage As It ItPassed ItPassed ItPassed
Passed Through Trunk of ofForest ofForest ofForest
Forest Monarch MonarchGlacier L
Glacier Point via Yosemite Cal Oct 8 SPresident President Taft Taftreached reached here hereto
to o i spend the night at 6 oclock He thoroughly enjoyed the long stage ride rideand rideand rideS rideand
S and reached here in time to see the last glow of sunset on the granite graniteneaks gmniteneaks graniteDeaks
neaks of the eastern wall
The drive from Wawona where he hegpent hespent hepent
spent the forenoon visiting the Marl Mariposa Marlposa Marlposa
posa big tree groves was over twerttypl twenty
pl Jh l miles of mountain road and Mr MrTaft 111Taft Mrraft
Taft was ready read for bed immediately immediatelyafter Immedlatelafter
after dinner The President arose be before before before ¬
fore dawn today and started for the theSequoia theSequoia the5equoia
Sequoia trees in a dense fog which whichquickly whichqulCltly whichquickly
quickly cleared however as soon as asthe asthe asthe
the sun found its way over the moun mountain mountain mountam ¬
tain tam tops The President was deeply deeplyrepressed teeplyimpressed 1eeplimpressrd
repressed with the immense trees treeses treesesnedally treesesne1aiiy
es esnedally pi ially in the upper groves grovesHe groveT grovesHe
T He was photographed at the base of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Grizzly Giant the biggest and old oldest oldest oldest ¬
est tree in the ww w wld U and ite e was wassnapped wasIInapped wassnapped
snapped also In the stage as it passed
through thetrunk of Wawona one of ofthe ofthe
the largest of the forest monarchs monarchsThe
The President was continually continua ll < on onfour onfour onfour
four trees In a row the faithful faith CuI con COTIutes couutes conutes
utes at a time in contemplation of the thefluted thefluted thefluted
fluted columns The old guard of offoru oftoru offoru
foru trees in a row the faithful cou couple couple conpie ¬
ple and others of the more noted notedtrees notedtroes notedtrees
trees were pointed out outThe outThe outThe
The stage ride from Wawona to Gla Glacier Glacier Glacier ¬
cier carried the President to a maxi maximum maximum maximum ¬
mum elevation of 7700 feet eet Tonight Tonightguarded TonIghtguarded Tonightguarda
guarded by cavalrymen he Is sleeping sleepingat
at an elevation at 7000 feet In a little littlehotel littleh littlehotel
hotel h here hereWith hereWith
With the setting settln of the sun the theweather theweather theweather
weather became b > came cold and a cheerful cheerfulfire I
fire was a most welcome we Ieorne greeting to tothe tothe tothe
the presidential party
SLAUGHTER ON ONSANTA ONSANTA
SANTA FE FEFreight ROAD ROADFreight
Freight Crashes Into a Work WorkTrain WorkTrain WorkTrain
Train at Topeka TopekaSeven TopekaSeventeen Seven Seventeen ¬
teen Men Killed KilledTopeka KilledTopeka KilledTopeka
Topeka Kan Oct 8 Seventeen peo people people peoDie ¬
ple were killed klJledten ten of them tb m Mexican Iexl an la laborers laborers Iaborers ¬
borers and ten severely injured in a acollision acollision acollision
collision between a Santa Fe construc construction construction construetion ¬
tion train and the regular freight on onthe onthe onthe
the Atchison branch of the Santa Fe Feshortly Feshortly Feshortly
shortly after the noon hour today The Thewreck Thewreck Thewreck
wreck occurred near the city limits as asthe asthe asthe
the work train which was loaded with withlaborers withlaborers withlaborers
laborers most of them Mexicans was wasbacking wasbacking wasbacking
backing into Topeka for dinner dinnerThe dinnerThe dinnerThe
The injured are all Mexicans and are areat areat areat
at the Santa Fe hospital hospitalThe
The work train was backing down downfrom downfrom downfrom
from north of Meriden with fifty Mex Mexicans MexIcans Mexleans ¬
icans riding on the Hat cars As the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train was rounding a curve the north northbound northbound northbound ¬
bound freight crashed into it itEngineer itEngineer itEngineer
Engineer Edward Ash and Fireman FiremanJoseph FiremanJoseph FiremanJoseph
Joseph Corey Core who were in charge of th thengine thengine the theengine <
engine on the freight train Jumped as assoon assoon assoon
soon as the air brakes could be set The TheMexicans TheMexlcans TheMexicans
Mexicans were not aware ot the danger dangeruntil t1anglruntil dangeruntil
until the englnemen and trainmen trainmenJumped trainmenjumped trainmenjumped
Jumped JumpedThe
The engine on the freight crashed over overthe overthe overthe
the four flat cars comprising the work worktrain worktrain worktrain
train and fifteen Mexicans besides sev several several several ¬
eral Americans who were in charge of ofthe otthe ofthe
the gang were pinned down and it was wasseveral Waiiseveral wasseveral
several hours before they the were extri extricated extricated extrlcated ¬
cated catedIt
It is supposed the th wreck was caused causedby causetlby
by disregard of orders by the crew of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the work train
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QUESTION FOR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTNegroes
Negroes Demand Seats at the Ban Banquet Banquet Banquet ¬
quet Table When Pasadena En Entertains Entertains Entertains ¬
tertains Mr Taft TaftPasadena TaftPasadena TaftPasadena
Pasadena CaL Oct 8 Whether there thereshall thereshall thereshall
shall be representatives of the negro race raceat raceat raceat
at the Taft banquet here Oct 12 is he thequestion heQuestion hequestion
question that the President or some mem member member momher ¬
ber of his party for him will be called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon to decide tomorrow tomorrowThe
The committee representing the Afro AfroAmerican AfroAmerican AfroAmerican
American league which wields some in influence Inflllenc Influence ¬
fluence > In this section called today toda upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the twentyfive citizens who have charge
arrangements or the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and demanded that two negroes negroesbe
be given places at the banquet banquetE
E Toff chairman of the general ar arrangements armngements arrangements ¬
rangements committee admitted tonight tonightthat tonightthat tonightthat
that the demand for negro representation representationat
at the banquet had been made and re referred referred referred ¬
ferred to the executive committee which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will first ascertain what Mr Taft thinks thinksabout thinksabout thinksabout
about it itThis ItThis itThis
This was not the only trouble the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee confronted today It was learned learnedthat learnedthat learnedthat
that two banquet tickets had been issued issuedto
to a man who proclaimed that he had hadreceived hadreceived flatlreceived
received a messuge from Almighty God Godto Godto Godto
to sit with Taft and teach him how to torun torun torun
run the government aThe man was wasGeorge wasGeorge wasGeorge
George Sandiman a wellknown resident residentwho residentwho residentwho I
who Is said to be b > a victim of recurrent In Insanity Insanity insanity ¬
sanity The two tickets sold to Sandi Sandiman Sandlman Sandiman ¬
man were revoked
fORMER WIFE WIFEWENT WENT ASTRAY ASTRAYWilliam
William A Schaffer of Provo Is Try Trying Trying Trying ¬
ing to Get Possession of 12 12YearOld 12Year 12YearOld
YearOld Year Old Daughter DaughterSpecial DaughterSpecial DaughterSpeciaI
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanJersey HeraldR > lublican lublicanJersey
Jersey City Oct S William A Schaf Schaffer Schaffer Schaffer ¬
fer of Provo Utah appeared In the first firstcriminal firstcriminal firstcriminal
criminal court today as complainant complainantagainst complainantagainst complainantagainst
against his former wife Jennie with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom he has not lived in seven years yearsHe yearsHe yearsHe
He had her arrested yesterday
Mrs Schaffer had a husband living livingwhen livingwhen livingwhen
when she married Schaffer in 1896 He Heleft Heleft Heleft
left her shortly after he discovered It ItSchaffer It ItScharrer ItSchaffor
Schaffer alleges that his former wife wifewhom wifewhom wifewhom
whom he divorced In Utah in 1903 was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not a proper person to take care of their their13yearold their12yearold their12yearold
12yearold daughter Amanda who was wasawarded wasZlwardeq wasawardM
awarded to him by the Utah court courtThe courtTbe courtThe
The case was adjourned until Monday
PUllED DOWN BY BYEXCIHO BYEXCITEDPEOPLE
EXCIIEO EXCITEDPEOPLE EXCITEDPEOPLEEdgar PEOPLE PEOPLEEdgar
Edgar W Mix May Mayose Lose Ben Bennett Bennett Bennett ¬
nett Trophy Owing to Hav Having Having Haying ¬
ing Landed Against Will WillBerlin WillBerlin WillBerlin
Berlin Oct Edgar W V Mix the Amer American American Arnerlean ¬
ican aeronaut winner of the Gordon Ben Bennett Bennftt Bennett ¬
nett trophy in the balloon race which whichstarted whichs whichstarted
started s trted from Zurich last Sunday arrived arrivedhere arrivedhcre arrivedhere
here today from Oatroienko Prussian Pol Poland Poland Poland ¬
and and left for Paris tonight While In InBerlin InBerlin inBerlin
Berlin Mr Jr Mix lix received a telegram In Informing Informing informing ¬
forming him that a protest had been beenlodged beenlodged beenlodged
lodged against his being declared the win winner winner winner ¬
ner of the Bennett trophy on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that he had made a landing with the theAmerica theAmfrlea theAmerica
America II before he finally came down downin
in the forest of Gutova GutovaThle GutovaThis GutovaThis
This protest t said Mr Mix probably
is founded on an incident that happened happenedat
at some place the name of which is un ¬
known to me about thirty miles north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west of Prague PragueSeveral
Several persons caught hold of the theropes therope theropes
ropes notwithstanding my protest and
despite my endeavors to make them let letgo letgo letgo
go and dragged the balloon to earth The
basket touched the th ground and rested restedthere restedthere restedthere
there probably between five and seven sevenminutes sevenminutes sevenminutes
minutes until I was able to persuade the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people to let go and had written a dis dispatch dlspatch dispatch ¬
patch Instead of being of advantage to tome tome tome
me It cost three bags of ballast before I Iresumed 1resumed Iresumed
resumed the voyage voyageMr oageIr
Mr Ir Mix said he desired to have the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee make the fullest Investigation Investigationof
of the incident He said he was treated treatedwith treatedwith treatedwith
with the greatest courtesy by b the police policeof
of Ostrolenko but was detained by them
for twentyfour hours when his release releasewas
was ordered by b telegraph from St Pet Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
ersburg or Warsaw
ASK EVEN BREAK BREAKWITH BREAKWITHTHE
WITH WITHTHE THE EAST EASIArgument EASTArgument EASTArgument
Argument of Pacific Coast CoastShippersBefore CoastShippers CoastShippersBefore
ShippersBefore Shippers Before Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommission CommerceCommission
Commission CommissionSeattle
Seattle Oct 8 SPaclflc Pacific coast shippers shippersbefore shippersbefore shippersbefore
before the Interstate commerce commis commission commission commission ¬
sion today toda began their fight for distribu distributive distributive distributive ¬
tive railroad rates that will let them ex extend extend oxtend ¬
tend their market eastward They asked
for reductions sufficient to enable them themto
to meet St Paul and Kansas City half halfway halfway halfway
way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The head of the largest wholesale gro grocery grocery grecery ¬
cery and hardware store in Seattle testi testified ¬
fied that his firm could get no further furthereast furthereast furthereast
east than northern Idaho rarely rarel making makinga
a shipment to Montana He said that he hedid hedid helid
did not complain of any advantage the theSpokane theSpokane theSpokane
Spokane or Walla Walla Jobber had by byreason byreason byreason
reason of location It was the eastern easternshipper easternshipper easternshipper
shipper with whom he asked to be put puton puton puton
on an equal footing The Portland mer merchants merchants merchants ¬
chants case will be b heard next week weekand weekand weekand
and the th San Francisco shippers Oct 18 18In 18In 18In
In his opening statement Joseph N NTeal NTeal NTeal
Teal of Portland Ore attorney for the thecomplainants thecomplainants
complainants asserted that the whole fu future future U Uture ¬
ture of the Pacific coast was Involved Inv lved In Inthese InthEse inthese
these cases The question at issue he hesaid hesaId hesaid
said was whether the Pacific coast should shouldbecome shouldbecome shouldbecome
become a manufacturing district or should shouldbe
be tied up to the east which not only onlyowned onlyowned onlyowned
owned great factories but also controlled controlledthe
the transportation facilities > s
SAW MRS 8tllE GUNNESS GUNNESSIndiana
Indiana Man Certain He RecognizedFemale RecognizedPemale Recognized RecognizedFemale
Female Fiend on a Train Down Downin
S in j Texas TexasEl
El Paso Tex Oct S 8A A special from fromDalhart fromDalhart fromDalhart
Dalhart Tex says that a man named namedHenrick namedHenrick namedHenrlck
Henrick Fritz formerly of La Porte Ind Indyesterday Indyesterday mdyesterday
yesterday positively Identified Mrs Belle BelleGunness BelleGunness BelleGunness
Gunness on a train en route to Denver Denverfrom Denverfrom Denverfrom
from Fort Worth rth where it Is reported reportedshe
she was recently seen seenFritz seenFritz seenFritz
Fritz asserts that Mrs Gunness recog recognized recognlzld recognized ¬
nized him and hastily went w > nt into the wo women womens womens ¬
mens s dr drsslnl ssinjj room where she locked
herself in
HEARST Will WillfNTfR 1LL 1LLENTERFIGHT
fNTfR ENTERFIGHT ENTERFIGHTHa fIGHT
Has Accepted the Independent IndependentNomination IndependentN IndependentNomination
Nomination N for Mayor and andNamed a1dNamed aijdNamed
Named Conditions Under UnderWhich UnderWhich UnderWhich
Which He Will Run Again AgainCONCLUDES AgainCONCLUDES AgainCONCLUDES
CONCLUDES TO SUPPORT SUPPORTREST SUPPORTREST
REST OF OFFUSION FUSION TICKETWoman
Woman Interrupts Republican Republican1Candidate RepublicanCandidate RepublicanCandidate
Candidate in Middle of a aSpeech aSpeech aSpeech
Speech Asking Him How He HeStands HeStands HeStands
Stands on Suffrage Question QuestionINTERESTING QuestionINTERESTING QuestionINTERESTING
INTERESTING TIME AHEAD AHEADNew
New York Oct 8 SWilliam 8WilliamHearst William K KHearst
Hearst announced at midnight that thathe thathe
he would accept the nomination for formayor formayor I Imayor
mayor as tendered at an independent independentmass
mass meeting at Cooper Union Wed Wednesday wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday night nightMr
Mr Hearsts statement outlining the theconditions theconditions
conditions upon which he Will accept is isin il ilIn isin
in part as follows followsWhether followsVhether followsWhether
Whether I am a candidate or not I Iwill Iwill Ivill
will support the rest of the fusion ticket ticketnominated ticketnominated ticketnominated
nominated in opposition to Tammany TammanyHall TammanHall TammanyHall
Hall When the Independence Inde ndence league leaguecommittee leaguecommittee leaguecommittee
committee withdrew from rom the fusion con conference conference confereiice ¬
ference it declared that it still stood ready readyto
to support a frank and honest expression expressionof
of progressive principles and candidates candidatesirrespective candIdatesirrespecUe candidatesirrespective
irrespective of party This is I your our op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity to substantiate that declaration declarationNominate dedarationNominate declarationNominate
Nominate me if you so desire with the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of that fusion ticket behind behindme
me and I will run runThe runThe runThe
The candidates nominated on the fusion fusionticket fusionticket fusionticket
ticket are worthy of support The ticket ticketis
is already In the t e field If we nominate nominateanother nominateanother nominateanother
another ticket both tickets may ma be de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated If we nominate the fusion ticket ticketTammany ticketTamman ticketTammany
Tammany Hall will be defeated And if ifTammany ifTammat1y ifTammany
Tammany is defeated the citizens will willwin willwin willwin
win
Many Statements Issued IssuedNumerous Issuedumerous issuedNumerous
Numerous umerous statements were issued l ued dur during durIng during ¬
ing the day da Justice Gaynor In an inter interview interview intervieW ¬
view disclaimed 1I laimed responsibility for the thenomination thenominatl thenorninati
nomination o of alleged unfit candidates on onthe onthe onthe
the Democratic D > county and borough tick tickets tickets tickets ¬
ets Charles F Murphy leader of Tam Tammany Tammany Tammany ¬
many Hall accused the Republicans of ofurginp ofurging ofurging
urging Hearst to enter the field in order orderto
to detract from the Democratic votes votesHerbert votesHerbert votesHerbert
Herbert Parsons the Republican county countychairnran countychairman countychairman
chairman repeated his former charges chargesthat chargesthat chargesthat
that Tammany was planning wholesale wholesalefrauds wholesalefrau wholesalefrauds
frauds frau s and offered rewards aggregating
t1751 17500 fer er the detection of repeaters repeatersThe
The fusion fUMlontorces forces opened their ac active active active ¬
tive campaign for the FuslonRepub FusionRepublican ¬
lican ticket tonight with a ratification ratificationmeeting ratificationmeeting ratificationmeeting
meeting at Cooper Union at g whjcji whjcjiOtto WW JI JIOtto jiOtt
Otto Bannnrd the theR RepTiBltcSn If1J6 1t i miyorr miyorrally myoralty iyor iyora
ally a It nominee pleaded for a business businessadministration bUlllnessadministration businessadministration
administration qf q the city clt government governmentSuffrage governmentSuffrage governmentSuffrage
Suffrage Question QuestionA
A slender woman in white upset the thesmooth thesmooth thesmooth
smooth flow of 0 campaign argument in inthe Inthe inthe
the big Republican fusionist fusion lilt ratifica ratification ratification ratification ¬
tion meeting in Cooper Union tonight tonightRemoving tonIghtRemoving tonightRemoving
Removing her hat and rising in the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of the hall she demanded of ofOtto ofOtto ofOtto
Otto T Bannard who was making his hisopening hisopening hisopening
opening speech as candidate for or mayor mayorwhether mayorwhether mayorwhether
whether he favored votes for women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The woman was Miss Maude Malone Malonepresident Malonepresident lalonepresident
president of the Harlem Womans Suf Suffrage Suffrage Suffrage ¬
frage Union She was forced to call calla
a second time what about votes for forwomen forwomen forwomen
women before Mr Barnard replied repliedHe
He said he had answered the ques question question question ¬
tion and that it would appear in an aninterview anInterview aninterview
interview in a Sunday paper Other Otherthan Otherthan Otherthan
than this he declined to commit him himself himself himself ¬
self But Miss Malone was insistent insistentand
and there were repeated calls of put puther puther puther
her out Amid growing confusion confusionMr
Mr fr Barnard finished his address leav leaving JeaVIng leaving ¬
ing the suffragettes question unan unanswered unanswered unana ¬
swered a we red
lUNCH SAM OWNS OWNSTHt OtNNSTHE
i THEjEjOPllE THEjEjOPllEWilbur THE AfROPLANE AfROPLANEWilbur
Wilbur Wright and Two Army ArmyOfficers ArmyOfficers ArthyOfficers
Officers Make Several Suc Successful SUdcessful SuCcessful ¬
cessful Flights FlightsCollege
College Park Md Oct S SFor For tlte first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time in the historyof America an aero aeroplane aeroplane aeroplane ¬
plane owned by the United States govern government governI governIment government ¬
ment soared In the air today Guided by byWilbur byWilbur byWilbur
Wilbur Wright It flew five times in the thededication thededication thededication
dedication to aviation of the governments governmentstract
tract of land here hereWith hereYlth hereWith
With almost Ideal conditions for spec spectators speetators spectators ¬
tators and a breeze blowing scarcely at atthe atthe atthe
the rate of a mile an hour Mr lr Wright Wrightbegan Wrightbegan right rightbegan
began the flight to teach the officers officersof
of the signal sl al corps how to handle the themachine themachine themachine
machine Off the starting rail at 335 335he 3 3he 335he
he circled the field for or three minutes 25 25feet 25feet 35feet
feet above the ground groundAgain groundAgain groundAgain
Again at 400 Mr Wright was off for foranother foranother foranother
another flight This time he was In the theair theair theair
air five minutes At 451 4 l oclock he soared soaredaway soaredaway searedaway
away to return after about five minutes minutesEach minutesEach minutesEach
Each time he had kept to the reserva reservation reservation reservation ¬
tion grounds Then Lieutenant Lahm took tookhis tookhis tookhis
his place lace In the extra seat seatAt seatAt seatAt
At 515 the two rose probably 160 feet feetThey feetThey feetThey
They went a mile and a half toward towardWashington towarYashlngton towardWashington
Washington In about five > minutes after afterthey afterthey
they had left they landed within twenty twentyfeet twentyfeet twentyfeet
feet of the starting rail railIn railIn railIn
In another short flight Mr Wright took tookLieutenant tookLieutenant
Lieutenant Humphries with him Flights Flightsprobably FJlghtsprobably Flightsprobably
probably will be made tomorrow and on ondays ondas ondays
days following until the officers are fa familiar familiar a aInhliar ¬
miliar with the new art
SMOTHERED IN THEIR BEDS BEDSFour
Four Persons lose Their Lives in a aFire aFire aFire
Fire of Incendiary Origin at atNashville atNashville atNashville
Nashville Tenn TennNashville TennNashville TennNashville
Nashville Tcnn Oct 3 iFour Four persons personswere porS personswere ns nswere
were killed In a fire that destroyed a abrick abrick abrick
brick apartment house In Jefferson street streethere streethere streethere
here today toda Several others were rescued rescuedafter rescuedafter rescuedafter
after narrow escapes escapesTwo escapesTwo escapesTwo
Two negroes were arrested on suspicion suspicionof
of knowing something of the origin of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fire fireThe fireThe fireThe
The dead deadMrs deadMrs deadMrs
Mrs Dora Fishman FishmanRosle FishmanRosie FishmanRosie
Rosie Fishman aged 14 14Rachel HRachel 14Rachel
Rachel Markeson aged 1G 1GMrs 16Mrs l6Mrs
Mrs Rosle Fishman aged 60 60Seriously 80Serious 50Seriously
Seriously Serious I injured Moses Fishman FishmanThe FlshmanThe
The fire broke out while the Inmates Inmateswere Inmateswere inmateswere
were asleep
TOWED INTO I TO PORT PORTPort PORTPort PORTPort
Port Arthur Tex Oct 8 8ater 8aterlog 8Waterlogged Water Waterlogged ¬
logged log ed and dismasted with five re remaining remaining remalning ¬
maining of her original crew of seven seventhe sevenHIe seventhe
the Kate Feore from Mobile to Cuban Cubanparts Cubanparts Cubanparts
parts was towed into this harbor to today today today ¬
day The vessel was stripped and andwhirled andwhirled andwhirled
whirled hundreds of miles out of her hercourse hercourse hercourse
course by the hurricane of Sept 25
UNITED D EFFORTS FOR UTAH UTAHURGED UTAHURGED
URGED 3 BY GOVERNOR SPRY
J G MDONALD MDONALDPresident MDONALDPresidert
Presidert of the Utah Ut h State Fair as association association association ¬
sociation
HOPSfOR HOPES FOR AN ANNO ANEWO
EWO NO TO TOSTRIFE STRlf STRlfPolitical 5
Political and Religious Lines LinesShould LineShould LinesShould
Should Be Obliterated and andAll andAll andAll
All Work Together to Aid in inAdvancement inAdvancement inAdvancement
Advancement of State StatePRAISES StatePRAISES StatePRAISES
PRAISES MANAGEMENT OF OFTHIS OFTHIS OFTHIS
THIS YEARS GREAT FAIR FAIRParty FAIRParty FAIRParty
Party Gathers at Fair Grounds Groundsas 1 1as
as Guest of President Mc McDonald McDonald McDonald ¬
Donald in Interest I of Greater GreaterExposition GrealerExposition 5
Exposition Each Year YearIT
IT IS GROWING RAPIDLY RAPIDLYThere
There is one ground upon which we weall weall weall
all stand and that is the making of ofa
a greater Utah We are living in the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest state st te in the Union and we wewant wewant wewant
want the world to know it We are arefirst arefirst arefirst
first of all for Utah and we will willunite willunite willunite
unite in working for Utah Let us usforget usforget 5 5forget
forget this bickering and cavilling cavillingand
and boost for a better and greater greaterstate greaterstateGovernor greaterstateGovernor
state stateGovernor Governor William Spry SpryAt
At a dinner tendered a number of new nwspaper newspaper s spaper
paper men yesterday ye terday at the fair grounds groundsby groun grounby
by J G McDonald president of the tb Utah UtahState UtahState UtahState
State Fair association Governor < < WilliamSpry WilliamSpry William WilliamSpry
Spry made a stirring appeal for an t tlld tlldto tdto nI nIto
to strife in Utah and a vigorous plea to foia toa toa
a sinking of all differences and a long longpull 10llgpull longpull
pull together for the advancement of th thbeet Iht ti tibest >
beet t state in the Union Utah UtahPresident UtahPresident UtahPresident
President McDonald introduced GOPT GOPTnor Gowrnor Governor
nor Spry who wh > Mid In part 1 am not notpiven ntIv notpiven
piven Iv < n to speaking about men behind their theirbacks thpirbacks theirbacks
backs I love to say what I have to May savin MayIn sayin
in the open and in Mr McDonald pres presence pro proence presence ¬
ence 1 wish to say to you men that th thsuccess thIIU thA thAsuccess
success IIU of the present state fair tlu tlugreatest tlwgreate8t thgreatest
greatest fair that Utah has ever had hadlargely < ilargely x xlargely
largely due tq the careful progressive progressiveand propUI progressiveand f fI
I and hardworking management of Presi President Presdent President ¬
dent J Q McDonald McDonaldFair McDonaldFair McDonaldFair
Fair Grows Rapidly RapidlyThe
The state fair in growing rapidly The Thenumber Thlnumber Th Thnumber
number of Its Itllexhl1tltll It exhibit have Increased Increasedgreatly increasrigreatly creatgreatly
greatly This year there were 1f re not nearl nearlenough neartenOUgh nearienough
enough stalls to accommodate livestock livestockThere livestockTbere livestockThere
There was not h t sufficient room for all allthe of ofthe orthe
the exhibit Next year many of th thwill thwill thwill >
will have to be taken care of It is ne nefp nefpsary neePssary es essary
sary that we do so As far M the gov governor gmerDor governor ¬
ernor of this state is concerned the work workof workof wirkof
of the management of the Fair awocia awociatlon allllOCiation association
tion has his earnest approval and coop cooperation coo cooeration corueration ¬
eration and he will eiideavor to assist asMtthe assistthe asitthe
the management in making the next fair faira
a greater one than this one has been beenAs beenAI beenAs
As I have said the reason why we an angetting aI aIgetting argetting >
getting a greater number of exhibitors at atthe Atthe atthe
the state fair each year in every depart department department department ¬
ment is that the exhibitors have come to toknow t toknow < l lknow
know that they are sure to get an absn absnlute a1 absnlute > Io Iolute
lute square deal from the management managementThe
The policy pursued by b the pre present ent mar maragement management maragement
agement is sure to succeed with the theoperation theoperation ci cioperation < >
operation of the people of the state stateI
I wish to say y to Mr McDonald that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the men gathered tbered around this board thl thlevening this thisevening s sevening
evening the boys who do the work wh whwrite who whowrite h hwrite < >
write the stuff for the papers are th thmen thmen tlimen
men to whom he must look for his hi great greateat greatest greateat
eat support in making the fair a great greatsuccess greatIIUccelll greatsuccess
success It is largely within their power powerto
to make the state fairs of Utah pro pronounced pronounced proflounced ¬
nounced successes successesThere succee successesThere e eThere
There is one question on which all of ofus ofUl ofus
us I think may agree There is no re religion rEUgion religlon ¬
ligion and no politic in the state fair fairThere faIrThere fairThere
There is one ground on which we alf aIrstand altstand alfstand
stand and that is the making of a greater greaterUtah greaterUtah atpl atplUtah
Utah We are living in the greatest state stateIn
In the Union and we want the world to toknow t tknow toknow
know it We are first of all for Utah Xtaliand ttalland Utahand
and we will all unite in working for Utah UtahLet CtahLet UtahLet
Let us forget this bickering and cavilling cavillingand
and boost boo t for a better and a greater state stateUnion stateUnion tateUnion
Union Brings Strength StrengthI
I had occasion to travel in Birming Birmingham ¬
ham Ala and in Tennessee Tenn and In other otherstates othptates otherstates
states when hEn the wealth first came into intothe lilt liltthe Intothe
the southern districts for the development developmentof
of the natural resources re oUrcetl In developing developingthem developinthem
them there wis lS union among everyone everyoneThere everyoneThere everyoneThere
There were no party lines no religions religionslines relfgio1llines
lines drawn Even the north and th tlisouth thsouth thsouth
south united on the common ground groundaiding of ofaldln f faiding
aiding aldln the state of their birth or then thenadoption thpiradoption theiradoption
adoption Let us do that In Utah and andlet andlet andlet
let the hum of industry extend through throughout ¬
out the state stateI
I should like to see more interest 1 1our In Inour inour
our fairs by the state at large and b bthe by bythe
the counties of o the state I should like liketo liketo liketo
to see the counties of the state have com competitive cometltlve corngetitive ¬
petitive exhibits at the fair the prizes prt to tobe tobe tobe
be awarded to the counties having th tinbest thbe thbest
best be t exhibits I should like to see iron ironcounty 001county worocounty
county fairs I should like to see s more morecompetitions mortcompetition morecompetitions
competitions between counties and 00 be between h htween 1wtween ¬
tween individuals Competition In this thNas thlas thisas
as in everything else el e Is the spice of life lifeand lifeand lifeand
and competition at the state fair means meansits meansIts meansIts
its future success as the state fair It l lfor Ifor Is Isfor
for you men to do a great deal of gorxl gorxlby goo gootby < t tby
by educating the public telling It what whatthe whatthe t tthe
the state fair is and what it is doing for forthe forthe forthe
the state It Is for you men to ke kp p all alive aUnthis alivethis n nthis
this competition which is making the fair faira
a success successEach successEach successEach
Each newspaper in Salt Lake was rep repContinued repContinued repContinued
Continued on Page 2
LEMON fRIGHT fRIGHTRATES FREIGHTRATES
RATES BOOSTED BOOSHDTranscontinental BOOSTEDTranscontinentaiRajiroads
Transcontinental TranscontinentaiRajiroads Railroads File FileTariffs FileTariffs FileTariffs
Tariffs With Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommission CommerceCommission
Commission CommissionWashington CommissionVashlngton Commissionyashlngton
Washington Oct 8 SA A heavy and andgeneral andgeneral andgeneral
general advance in the freight rates on onlemons onlemons onlemons
lemons has been made by the trans transcontinental traMcontinental transcontinental ¬
continental railroads Shippers Shlpp lll of the theAmerican t tieAmerican e eAmerican
American product are concerned concernedrlously se seriously asriously ¬
riously by the advance which accord according accordIng according ¬
ing to the tariffs filed with the inter interstate Interstate interstate ¬
state commerce commission will become becomeeffective becomeeffective becomeeffective
effective on Nov OY 15 next nextThe nextThe nextThe
The tariffs were filed with ith the com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission by the transcontinental freight freightbureau freightbureau freightbureau
bureau which controls the transconti transcontinental tranllContlnental transcontinental ¬
nental lines and increase the present presentrate presentrate presentrate
rate 15 cents a hundred pounds poundsUnder poundsUnder poundsUnder
Under the present freight arrange arrangement arrangement arrangemeat ¬
ment rates on lemons from California Californiapoints Californiapoints Californiapoints
points to eastern points are 16 cents a ahundred ahundred ahundred
hundred pounds lew than the rates on onoranges onoranges otoranges
oranges grape fruit Hnwe irne and other othercitrus othercitrus othercitrus
citrus fruits fruitsThe fruitsThe fruitsThe
The present freight rate on lemons lemonswas lemonswas
was made by the transcontinental car carriers carrlent earriCra ¬
riers tteesttfle of a disposition dl po ltlon on the thepart theIirt thepart
part Iirt of the Pacific coast fruit growers growersto
to relinquish the lemons market They
felt that in competition with lemons lemonsfrom lemonsfrom lemonsfrom
from European and West Test Indian points pointsthey pointsthey pointathey
they could not compete successfully successfullywith
with the foreign growers at the freight freightrates freiKhtra freightrates
rates ra tes then prevailing prevailingWhile prevailingVhiJe prevailingWIllIe
While the tariffs now filed directly af affect affect affeet ¬
fect the rates on lemons from Pacific Pacificcoast PacificCORst Pacificcoast
coast points to North Dakota South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota and Minnesota it is the an announced announced announced ¬
nounced intention of the transconti transcontinental transcontinental transcontinental ¬
nental carriers to tomake make a similar ad advance advance advance ¬
vance to all points east f > to which freight freightrates frelKhtrates freightrates
rates of lemons are quoted and filed filedwith filedwith filedwith
with the commission
SECRrT SERVICE WITNESS WITNESSSubpoena VITNESSSubpoena
Subpoena Served in Washington in inConnection inConnection inConnection
Connection With the Delavan DelavanSmith DelavanSmith DelavanSmith
Smith Libel Case CaseIndianapolis CaseIndianapolis CaseIndianapolis
Indianapolis Oct S 8A A subpoena for forIrving forIrYlng forIrving
Irving S Santer of Washington D C Cto Cto Cto
to appear here next Monday as a witness witnessin
in the hearing hearin of Delavan Smith and andCharles andCharles andCharles
Charles R Williams proprietor of the theIndianapolis theIndianapolis theIndianapolis
Indianapolis News fws charged with having havingcommitted havingcommitted havingcommitted
committed criminal libel in the Panama Panamacanul Panamacanll Panamacanil
canul purchase controversy eontrover was served servedin
in Washington today toda todaCharlEs i iCharles ICharles
Charles W V Millur ofill United States attor attorney attorney attorney ¬
ney fo this district said today toda he did didnot didnot didnot
not know who Santer was and that he hehad hehad hehad
had mailed a subpoena at the request of ofStuart ofStuart ofStuart
Stuart McNamara special attorney of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of justice in charge of the theproceedings theproceedings theproceedings
proceedings against the publishers of the theIndianapolis theIntllanapolls theIndianapolis
Indianapolis News ews and similar proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedings ¬
ings in New York City against the pub publishers publishers publishers ¬
lishers of the New ew York World WorldIt orld orldIt
It is understood here that Santer is isIrving IsInlng isIrving
Irving C Saunter a secret agent of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of justice who was in this thiscity thiselt thisCity
city elt last spring gathering evidence for forthe forthe forthe
the government in the matter
NEGROES ATTEMPT TO TOLYNCH TOLYNCH TOLYNCHBLACK
LYNCH LYNCHBLACK BLACK THIEF THIEFTufsQ THIEFTulsa THIEFTulsa
Tulsa Okla Oct 8 SFlfteen Fifteen ne negroes negroes negroes ¬
groes boarded a train at Wybark to today today today ¬
day and attempted to take Arthur ArthurManny ArthurMann ArthurManny
Manny Mann a negro charged with horse horsestealing horsestealing horsestealing
stealing away from Sheriff Hooper Hooperwith Hooperwith Ilooperwith
with the intention of lynching him himSheriff bimSheriff himSheriff
Sheriff Hooper held the crowd at atbay atbR atbay
bay bR with his revolver until the train trainstarted trainstarted trainstarted
started and then with the assistance assistanceof
of the conductor forced the entire entiremob entiremob entiremob
mob to Jump from the moving cars carsWybark carsV carsWybark
Wybark V bark has no white citizens citizensManny citizensfanny citizensManny
Manny was taken to Muskogee and andlanded andlanded andlanded
landed in Jail
INDIAN MURDERER FIGHTS FIGHTSRIFLE FIGHTSRIFLE FIGHTSRIFLE
RIFLE BATTLE HA TTLE WITH POSSE POSSEWounds FOSSEWounds S
Wounds One Deputy Sheriff and andKilts andKills 1 1Kills
Kills Seven Horses HorsesWillie HorsesWillieBoysLast Willie WillieBoys WillieBoys
Boys BoysLast Last Stand StandSan
San Bernardino Cal Oct 8 SWillie Willie Boy the fugitive Indian mur murderer murderer mnurderer ¬
derer who killed his abducted sweetheart after slaying her father has hasengaged hasengaged
engaged Sheriff Ralphs posse in a rifle battle at an isolated place on onthe onthe onthe
the desert known k own as Mesquite Wells fiftyfive miles northeast of White WhiteWater WhiteWater WhiteWater
Water a station on the Southern SouthernPacific Pacific railroad
The sheriff sh liff Iff lost seven horses all but butone butoneanimal butoneanimal one oneanimal
animal with the party and Charles Roche Rochea
a deputy sheriff of Banning was waswounded waswoundm waswounded
wounded woundedDeputy woundmDeputy woundedDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Bock rode to the near nearest nearest neareat ¬
est railroad station to summon a surgeon surgeonfrom surgeonfrom surgeonfrom
from this city cityDeputy clt cltDeputy cityDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Roche is shot through throughthe
the thigh and badly wounded He fell at atthe atthE atthe
the first fire from the Indians rifle when whenthr whpnthl whenthe
the posse suddenly ran upon mm In n am ambuscad ambuscad
buscad on the peak of a bill Willie Bov Bovdropped Bovdropped Boydropped
dropped three of the officers horses with
a rain of bullets that drove rove the men to tocover tocover tocover
cover In their exposed position po Itton the sher sheriffs sheriffs ¬ T
iffs men had small chance against gan t Un Unwellentrenched tirewellentrenched thewellentrenched ¬
wellentrenched and wellanned des desperado desperado desperado ¬
perado peradoQuickly peradoQuickly peradoQuickly
Quickly the two pursuing posses po es com ¬
bined and deployed the men surrounding
Bullion peak on the > summit of which the theIndian theIndian theIndian
Indian lay concealed It is bettered that
he has but lirie IIt le water and only a small smallamount smallamolnt smallamount
amount of ammunition A battle is ex exppctei pxIptpd expectd
ppctei and unless a i chance shot ends tho tholarlians
Indian a life it is likely that there will ba bamore b bmore bemore
more casualties in the posso
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