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A TWO HUNDRIERRA HUNDRED HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR BLAZE BLAZESIERRA BLAZES BLAZESSIERRA
SIERRA NEVADA HE V ADA CO I PLANT IS DESTROYED
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SMALL INSURANCE CARRIED CARRIEDFACTS CARRIEDFACTS CARRIEDy CARRIEDFACTS
FACTS ABOUT THE FIRE ITRETotal FIRETotal FIRETotal
y Total loss estimated at nearly
200000 200000SierraNevada 200000SierraNevada 200000SierraNevada
SierraNevada Milling company companyplant companyplant companyplant
plant and lumber estimated loss 1
150000 150000D
D Conta Co hotel building and andExchange andExchange andExchange
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house owned by Sierra
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at 2000 2000Fire 2000Fire 2000Fire
Fire started in SierraNevada Mill Milling Milling Millcompany ¬
ing company plant at 1245 12 45 a m mTaylorArmstrong mI mTaylorArmstrong
I TaylorArmstrong Lumber com company como company cornPany ¬
o pany loss estimated at 18000 18000Fire 18000Fire 18000Fire
Fire department hose company No
1 arrived at 1 110 10 a m twenty min minutes minutes mins ¬
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fire of mysterious origin In forty min minutes rnlnutes mmna ¬
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2y West streets and created a loss of over overJJOOOOO overooooo
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hotel at 5J7 West South Tempi street streetwas atreetwas streetj
j was destroyed with all of its content contentand contentafLTld oontenhand
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the GodbePitts drug store before the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first wagon of Hose Company No 1 1Arrived 1rrlved 1rrh
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hun and four alarms had been turned turnedin
in from various places When ben the thecompany thernmpany thecompany
company arrived the milling plant was wason wasIn wasen
on In great spectacular blase and the thebusings thebui11ings thebuildings
buildings on either side had been beenignited beenignited beenignited
ignited by the fierce heat that cracked crackedthf
the > glass in buildings on the opposite oppositeE
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f w T n minutes getting to the scene of the theand thef
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ASSASSINATED ASSASSINATEDIN
IN MANCHURIA MANCHURIAPrince
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Prince Hlrobuwii Ito was perhaps the thegreatest thesreateat thegreatest
greatest statesman of new Japan The Theachievement Theachievement Theachievement
achievement with which his name has hasbeen haslxen hasbeen
been < hl hietly fly associated ted in the minds of ofoccidentals otocidentals ofoscidentala
occidentals was the framing of the im impenal Imperial imperial
perial constitution by virtue of which whicnJapan whichJapan whichJapan
Japan took her place pla for the first time timeIn
In the ranks of modern civilized states statesAs statesAs statesAs
As the th emperors trusted adviser and andthe andthf andthe
the medium through which the state was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed on a constitutional coostit tlonal basis he must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be regarded as one of the positive factors factorswhich factonlwhich factorswhich
which have helped to win for fo Japan h her herpresent herpresent r rpresent
present standing among the nations nationsPrince nationsPrInce nationsPrince
Prince Ito wa M e years of age ageIt ageIt ageIt
It was in 186 that he made his cele celebrated celebrated ¬
brated pilgrimage to England En land a awhen at a time timewher tlmewber
when It was against the law of his coun country coontry ¬ I Itry
try tryinfringement to go abroad ab d and the penalty for forinfringement torinfrlncement
infringement was death Nevertheless Neverthelessinspired INeverthelcesinspired s sinspired
inspired by a patriotic feeling and a de desire desire desire ¬
sire to learn the secret of Occidental su supremacy surremac supremacy ¬
premacy he undertook the trip which whichproved whichproved whichproved
proved so beneficial to his country later laterOIprfnce lateron
OIprfnce on Prince Ito who was 1 president of the theprlvv theprlv theprivy
privy council of Japan left Toklo October Octo October October ¬
ber 16 for a tour of Manchuria He was wasto wasto wasto
to have arrived at Harbin today Tuesday Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day where he was to have met M MKokovsoff MKokoVltOlf MKokoveoff
Kokovsoff Russian Ru slan minister mlni ter of finance financeThe financeThe financeThe
The conference It was said was at the thebehest thehehest j jbehest
behest of Japan and Russia Foreign Foreigndiplomats Foreigndlplomllts Foreigndiplomats
diplomats had attached great Importance Importanceto
to it although the exact motives im impplhnjr ImppllinJi Impiling
piling Japan to propose the conferenceW conference I Iwnrp
W pore < TP not known
PRESIDENT AND SPEAKER N NfULL
M fULL ACCORD IN THE MATTER MATTERBoth
Both Discuss the Deep Waterway WaterwayProject WaterwayProject Waterwayor
Project Before Be ore Starting for forNew forNew or
1 New Orleans OrleansSt r eanse eanse25President
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St Louis Oct Octthink 25 25President President Taft and Speaker Cannon apparently apparentlythink
J think the same way regarding waterway improvement as a part of a national na national national ¬
tional policy of conserving the streams streamsThe streamsThe streamsThe
The speaker indorsed the Presidents attitude today in the matter matterof
of a bond issue to pay for the improvements
While Jiilc Mr Taffs Ti tliI utterances on the sub subJ
J t were ere not so far reaching regarding regardingt regardingcreation
t creation of the f fourteenfoot channel channelS
cs S those of President ITPfd nt Roosevelt on a aim slmIjr almILr aimVr
Ijr opca orcajon on and therefore not entirely entirelyr
ry r nvng ti t tie advocates offln or o an Imme Immedi
d di l P ecnmrm c I mi mI1 anent mnt of the J tworkyet tworkyetk > workyet work yet yetH
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d J pt pree preriiihed ribcd for the undertaking of ofCiui ofI1
c Ciui I1 ti Ii tlous M orks orksI1t orksLet > rk3I
Let I el HI + t take ike up each project on its itsmiTits Itsmrits itsmc
miTits mc tits h v t < said 8al < and l1d determine det < rmlne by all allm allmane ally
y m mane Hits at our command whether the coun countr countn
tr tn > in lu wh whkh h Mt project is to be carried carrieden
3 3jC en enC u is so Hofer fir dev do Mooed Ioned as to Justify the thefijuntltu thelntttu theexperdrtfr
fijuntltu i if f a Ii l huge < rge sum of money and andwi andIfol andwletcr
jC ° wletcr wi Ifol ftrT r th tin pioject will be useful when whend hen henS
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errotry ci intry tyen tn It > n I am In favor of doing that thata
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a1 I IIU in in f Ltv iv T of f Issuing bonds to t do it itRftTTin t tR
g R RftTTin ruing 10 this saniini 8 sent nthlkJ vnt whrh wh < r T scte sctetiered ig igtored 8 8r
Si r tend t in a meeting at the tb St Louis Louist LouisilIm Loutsttl
ttl t lis li ilIm + nm t noon Speaker S er Cannon ad adr adIrsng adtrssIng
Irsng r > s > ingr a gathering at the dedication dedicationf
0 of f the new n w fedral fed ° ral building in East St StL St1lIi StLmis
L 1lIi mis lat ° in the d day y said saidIt
It is t = 1 jn and l sound outlining of a airop aJror arroprr
irop Jror r p < v f rr r us s to punUC ut jc in n this thisprfat thisj
j j mat i1t mid ws west v s We Vt e h + cr t to r isovicl isovicltin r oVt d dthe
= tin Missis I1S8 pfi i m fie pa past t end n11 vr p siaiY fa1l fa1lba a1 a1bo
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now when n we shall need all our water watercourses watercourses
courses cou We in this generation n will do doour doour doour
our part wisely We will w I not throw throwmoney throwmoney throwmoney
money into rivers to be washed into the thesea thesea I Isea
sea We W shall do that first which needs needsdoing1 needsdoing needsdoing
doing doingThe mp mpThe myna mynaThe
The speaker Indorsed the levee system systemcongratulating systemconcratulaUng systemcongratulating
congratulating East St Louis and Its Itsneighboring Itsneighboring itsneighboring
neighboring towns on the oompletion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the river barriers the dedication of which whichformed whichformed whichformed
formed part of the tne l days celebration lie liepredicted liepredicted Hepredicted
predicted the Mississippi yet would be bepermanently bepe beperyranently
permanently pe nently confined to IJs s banks banksthroughout banksthrougoout banksthrougeout
throughout its length and urged that the thestates thestates thestates
states adjoining the stream share the cost costwith costwith costwith
with the national government governmentBoth
Both meetings were notable events Vice VicePresident VicePresident VicePresident
President Sherman cabinet members membersLnited membersmted membersCmted
Lnited States senators and representa representatives ¬
tives and representatives of foreign gov governments go goernrnents governments ¬
ernments listened to the speeches at one oneor oneor oneor
or both meetings Added to these were werestate wereslate werestate
state and municipal officials of all de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees and close to 100000 citizensTonignt citizens citizensTonlgnt citizensTonlgnt
Tonlgnt the President the speaker dip diplomats diplomats diplomats ¬
lomats legislators and several hundreds hundredsof
of representattJO of commercial bodies bodiesof
of numerous states are speeding the Mis Mississippi loIlssleelppl Missiseippi ¬
sissippi river aboard a flotilla of paddle paddlewheel paddlewheel paddlewheel
wheel steamers bound for New OrleansThere Orleans OrleansThere OrleansThere
There they will assemble with hundreds hundredsof
of others in the annual convention of the theIako3totheGulf theIakf theLakestotheGulf
Iako3totheGulf Iakf > Deep Waterway asso assoation assoeilion
I ation < th the < pet project of which is the thercation therC thercaton
< rcation rC tn 0f f a permanent fourteen fourteenfoot fourteenfoott fourteenfoOjamd foD
Roane t jamd ianr 1 from tho mouth of the Illinois IllinoisI Illinoisriver
I river to the Gulf of Mexico
COLORADO BANK IS CLOSED CLOSEDc
C H ° Bowlds President and Chief ChiefOwner ChiefOwner ChiefOwner
Owner of Institution at Sulphur SulphurSprings SulphurSprings SulphurSprings
Springs Under Arrest ArrestDenver ArrestDenver ArrestDenver
Denver Oct 25 2 2sThe The Bank of Grand GrandCounty GrandCounty GrandCounty
County at Sulphur Springs Colo Is Isclosed Isclosed Isclosed
closed under the order of State Bank BankCommissioner BankCommissioner BankCommissioner
Commissioner E W Pfeiffer and its itspresident Itspresident Itspresident
president and chief owner C H Bowlas BowlasIs Bowl s sIs
Is under arrest charged with looting the thebanks thebanks thebanks
banks funds of a sum between betw n 10000 and andOOO
30000 OOO Bowlds came to Denver in Aug August August August ¬
ust and opened negotiations for the pur purchase purcha purchase ¬
chase cha e of the Sulphur Springs bank with withF
F N Briggs then the banks chief chiefowner chiefowner chiefowner
owner He presented presentedexcellent excellent references referencesfrom referencesfrom referencesfrom
from Pueblo where he was Fa connected connectedwith connotedwith QnR QnRwUk
with theBteeefawrbnnkiattdfrom t toeliiseaf e n sflo6nerbt1ntc > srbanraud ud ftomba ffom banks banksand banimand lk5 lk5and
and business houses hou s of Birmingham Ala AlaMississippi AlaMJtosl581ppi AlaMississippi
Mississippi and Kentucky and purchased purchasedthe
the controlling Interest In the bank for forlao000
10000 taking possession on Aug 2S 2SBowlds 28Bowlds 25Bowids
Bowlds denies any criminal action in inhis inhIs inhis
his conduct of the bank He is said to tocome tocorne tocome
come from a prominent Kentucky family familyAccording familyAccording familyAccording
According to Commissioner Pfeiffer the thebanks thebanks thebanks
banks liabilities outside > the capital stock stockamount stockamount stockamount
amount to 4949581 with assets of 139 39G5L 39 39M65L
M65L G5L
PUBLIC H HAlNG ARING D DESIRED DESIREDFriends SIR D DFriends
Friends of L Gutierrez De lara Al Alleged Alleged Alleged ¬
leged Anarchist Appeal to Secretary Sec Secretary Secretary ¬
retary Nagle NagleLos
Los Angeles Cal Oct 25 2UA A telegram telegramwas
was sent tonight to Charles Nagle sec secretary secretary secretary ¬
retary of commerce and labor asking that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the hearing of L 1 Gutierrez de Lara on ona on ona ona
a charge of being an alien anarchist be bepublic bepublic bepublic
public The request came from the re recently recently recently ¬
cently organized De Lara defense league leagueUnless leagueUnless leagueUnless
Unless Secretary Nagle consents to a apublic apublic apublic
public hearing the inquiry by Immigra Immigration mmlgration ¬
tion Inspector Rirgway will be conducted conductedbehind conductbOOlnd conducedbehind
behind closed doors doorsC
C C Reynolds and J I M Saleyer local localbusiness localbusiness localbusiness
business men nave agreed to go on De DeLaras DeLaras DeLaras
Laras bond and his release on ball to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow is probable A fund for his de defense defense defense ¬
fense is now beng raised and several hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred dollars has already been placed it itthe Irthe hthe
the hands of the detente league
REfilSIER TUnA TODAYLASTCHANCE Y YLAST
LAST LASTCHANCE CHANGE CHANGEToday
4 < Today is the last registration registrationo 0 < S Sday >
o day and no other opportunity will wi110 wi110be 0 0o < S Sbe >
o be given for registering before beforeelection beforeo I >
o election All Republicans are 0 0o 4J < S Surged >
o urged to register early and those thoseo < S Swho > >
o who were registered and cast casttheir casto J >
o their votes last year are urged to 0 0o < s ssee >
o see that their names nam s appear prop 0 0o < S Serly >
o erly on the ih registration books in Ino 0 < S Stheir >
o their r respective tive districts dfDtnctsIf 4 < S SIf >
4 If IB deobt denbttOt11 rtsO o4hd location IocatI n t0 of t0o < s sthe >
o the registry agent 10 in n your ourdls ourdlsV die G < t ttrict >
V < tract call Republican city head 0 0o < 5 5quarters >
o quarters Bell Main 4202 or Inde 0 0o < y ypendent
o pendent 237 23 and information will willbe 0 0o < >
o be given givenRepublican giveno 4 < >
o Republican workers with car carriage 4 4riages < > >
4 riages will be stationed in every 4 < S Sdistrict >
o district but the citizens are urged 0 0to < S Sto >
0 < to see that their names are on ono 4 < J Jthe >
o the books without waiting for the 0 0o < S Sdistrict >
o district chairmen to send for 0 GG 0o < S Sthem >
o them Cards have been sent out outo 0 < S Sto >
o to nearly all of the Republicans Republicanswho 0 0who < >
0 < who have not yet et registered but buto 0 < S Sall > >
o all are requested to see that they 0 S Sare >
o are qualified to vote voteRemember 0 < >
o Remember RememberTodnYIs Today Is the last lastchance 0 < > >
o chance to register 0
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COMPANY HAD ONLY ONLYEIGHT ONLYEIGHT ONLYEIGHT
EIGHT CENTS IN BANK BANKSeattle BANKSeattie BANKSeattle
Seattle Oct 26 250ne One hundred and fifty fiftygold fiftygold fiftygold
gold miners who worked all summer on ona ona ona
a big gold mining flume forty miles from fromMaynas fromMayns fromitaym
Maynas s Alaska are stranded here ac accotding according accotding
cotding to a statement tat ment by one of them themThe themThe themThe
The company which Las headquarters in inKansas inKan8lls inKansas
Kansas City paid the men their wages
100 to S800 900 to each man In checks on ona ona ona
a Seattle bank but the companys bal balance 001nM balance ¬
ance nM is only 8 cents and the bank will willnot willno willnot
not no permit rmlt an overdraft
POOR GIRl GIRlSHOT GIRLSHOTDO1N
SHOT SHOTDO1N SHOTDO1NAccording DOWN DOWNAccording
According to His Own Story StoryFrederick StoryFrederick StoryFrederick
Frederick Gebhardt Mar Married ltIarried Married ¬
ried Anna Luther in February Febru February February ¬
ary and Killed Her in April AprilHAD AprilHAD AprilHAD
HAD WIFE AND CHILD CHILDLIVING CHILDLIVING CHILDLIVING
LIVING AT THE TIME TIMESkeleton TIMESkeleton TIMESkeleton
Skeleton of Betrayed Young YoungWoman YoungW YoungWoman
Woman W man Recently Found FoundNear FoundNear FoundNear
Near Islip L II I and Identi Identity Identity ¬
ty Established by Jewelry JewelryFOOLISH JewelryFOOLISH JewelrYtFOOLISH
FOOLISH LETTER WRITTEN WRITTENNew
New York Oct 25 25A A year and a alialf ahalf ahalf
half ago a friendless girl was mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered near Islip L I a week ago agoher agoher agoher
her skeleton was found with noth nothing nothing nothing ¬
ing to toidentify it but her r jewelry and anda
a bill of sale from a German shop shopthree shopthree shopthree
three days later through the police policeof
of Hamburg Germany her identity identitywas
was established as Anna Luther to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night her husband Frederick Gebhardt Geb Gebhardt Gebhardt ¬
hardt confessed over his signature signaturethat
that he is the murderer murdererAbout murdererAbout murdererAbout
About Dec 1 1907 Gebhardt told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the police I first met Anna Luther LutherWo LutherWe LutherWe
We married in February 198 and went wentto
to Europe to live We returned April
6 1908 She went to Henry Wertuphs Wertuphsin
in Newark N J for a day or two On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the pretense that I was going to rent rentan rentan
an apartment I returned to my home homeand homeand j jand
and wife in Astoria L I II II II
I met Anna again on April S in
we went an j
Thirtyfourth street New York and andthen andthen j
then to Jamaica L I We stayed in inJamaica inJamaica inJamaica
Jamaica until next day dayApril dayApril dayApril
April 9 we went to Bayshore and an I Ishowed Ishowed Ishowed
showed her some property I got ot into intoan intoan intoan
an argument with her about some mon money money money ¬
ey matters and I turned away and andwanted andwanted andwanted
wanted to go back She followed me up upscreaming upscroomlng upscreaming
screaming and I shot her In the head headI
I did not look at her and dont re remember remember remember ¬
member whether I shot her more than thanonce thanonce thanonce
once onceImmediately Immediately after I went to the Is Islip Islip Islip ¬
lip depot de t and took a train for home homeIt homeIt
It was nearly dark I threw the re revolver revolver revolver ¬
volver out of the car window windowNot windowNot windowNot
Not Killed for Money MoneyI
I did not kill Anna Luther for her hermoney hermoney hermoney
money as the newspapers have stated statedJJy statedIy
JJy > > Iy 3 original reason for fermisrrytgAnna fermisrrytgAnnawas marrying 11 Ing Anna Annawas AnnaWas
was tWit I did not care to live with my myfirst myfirst myfirst
first wife any longer but as EI she hemy shemyfirst hemyfirst my myfirst
first wife wifehad had given me a child my de desire desIre desire ¬
sire to see my child caused me to want wantto wantto
to get rid of Anna Luther and return returnto
to my first wife and child This Is why whyI
I shot Anna and I told her in Bay Bayshore Bayshore Bayshore
shore that I was married and had a wife wifeand wUeand wifeand
and child and must leave her herShe herShe herShe
She screamed and ran after me and andkissed andkissed andkissed
kissed me and wanted me back and andI
I shot her herFrom herFrom herFrom
From the time of his arrest until he hebroke hebroke hebroke
broke down under the questions of de detectives detectlY detectives ¬
tectives 6 Gebhardt although he admit admitted admitted admitted ¬
ted committing bigamy when he mar married married married ¬
ried Anna Luther denied all knowledge knowledgeof
of her death de th
deathTelltale
Telltale Letter LetterHow LetterHow LetterHow
How about this letter asked Cor Coroner Coroner Coroner ¬
oner Savage and he began to read a anote anote anote
note mailed last night to the German Germanconsul Gennanconsul Germanconsul
consul and signed Otto Mueller The Theletter Theletter Theletter
letter trapped him Into confessing confessingI
I am the husband it ran with without without without ¬
out doubt of the woman Anna Mueller MuellerAfter MuellerAfter MuellerAfter
After we arrived in New York from Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many In April of last year we stayed stayedin
in New York ten days Then we went wentto
to Florida for the health of my wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and settled there for the time being beingIn
In Jamaica where I formerly lived livedwith livedwith livedwith
with my wife she had received a vis visitor vIsitor visitor ¬
itor whom she represented to me to be bea tea bea
a Mr Bradley of Denver From Flor FlorContlnued FIorContinued FlorContinued
Continued on Page 2
fiVE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD REWARDFor I IFor
For the capture of Dolly Dimples The HeraldRepublican will pay the following rewards
500 in GOLD if the captor shows Miss Dolly Dimples a receipt for subscription to toThe toThe toThe
The HeraldRepublican paid up to October 151910 15 1910 and nd a copy of The HeraldRepubli HeraldRepublican ¬
can of the days issue i sue and use the following words of identification PARDON ME MEYOU MEYOU riEYOU
YOU ARE THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY AND SUN SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY ¬
DAY HERALDREPUBLICAN
300 in GOLD if the captor shows Miss Dolly Dimples a paidup subscription re receipt receipt receipt ¬
ceipt to The HeraldRepublican to November 251909 25 1909 and a copy of The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanof
of the days issue and use the following words of identification ident ication PARDON ME YOU ARE ARETHE ARETHE
THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DIMPLESOF OP THE DAILY AND SUNDAY HER HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN ¬
ALDREPUBLICAN
200 in GOLD to any captor who shows Miss Dolly Dimples a copy of The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican
Republican of the days issue and uses the following words of identification PARDON PARDONME
ME YOU ARE THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY AND ANDSUNDAY ANDSUNDAY ANDSUNDAY
SUNDAY HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
The reward is effective at all hours of the day and night after eleven a m From the time the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper is issued five a m until eleven a m Miss Dimples has her freedom but at all other hours the thecontest thecontest thecontest
contest is open openIf
If you have addressed Miss Dolly Dimples using the exact words above given and hold to her view viewa
a paidup receipt and copy of The HeraldRepublican of the days issue she will at once admit her iden identity identity identity ¬
tity take you to The HeraldRepublican office and one of the above three rewards will be paid paidWhen paidWhen paidWhen
When you arrive at The HeraldRepublican office you will be required to make an affidavit that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you have been a resident of Utah for the past ninety days The reward will not be paid to any outsider outsiderbut
but only to a bona fide resident of the state of Utah This rule effectually prohibits any collusion and andmakes andI
I makes this contest of skill absolutely fair and above board boardBoys boardBoys boardBoys
Boys under 18 years of age are also prohibited from securing the reward and will not be recognized recognizedin
in the contest The same rule applies to any person directly or indirectly connected with The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican
Republican or any member of his or her family familyHere famiIyHere familyHere
Here is a chance for some person to display cleverness and at the same time secure a free gift g t of ofone ofone ofone
one of the three rewards rewardsMiss rewardsMiss rewardsMiss
Miss Dimples will positively not recognize anyone detaining her for any length of time in order to pro procure procure procure ¬
cure a HeraldRepublican or anyone in any way whatever who stops her longer than a reasonable period periodin
in order to repeat the salutation correctly It must be distinctly understood that Miss Dolly Dimples will willimmediately willimmediately willimmediately
immediately admit her identity if correctly saluted There will be no need of holding her at any lly time either eitherbetween eitherbetween eitherbetween
between the hours that the contest is enforced or when it is not
GROWn AFTER DOLLY DOLLYGHANGE DOLLYC11ANCE
GHANGE AT REWARD TODAY TODAYDqPJ
DOLL DOgXDIMPIES DOgXDIMPIESAs DqPJ DIMFtS DIMFtSAsshe DIMPLES DIMPLESAs
As Asshe she appeared app ared when she reaehea rea I e Salt lake yesterday yesterdayWHERE yesterdayWHERE t tWHERE
WHERE DOLLY DIMPLES WILL APPEAR TODAY TODAYBetween TODAYBetween TODAYBetween
Between noon and 1 oclock today Dolly will appear appearat
at the corner of Main and South Temple T mple streets near theBrig the theBrigham theBrigham
Brigham Brig ham Young monument If she successfully evades evadescapture evadescapture evadescapture
capture there she will appear at the corner of Third South Southand Southand Southand
and Main streets tonight between 6 and 7 oclock oclockBY
BY DOLLY DIMPLES DIMPLESOh
Oh you beautiful Salt Lake City CityAdmiration CityAdmiration CityAdmiration
Admiration and amazement render me almost speechless I am still stilldazed s Il Ildazed n ndazed
dazed and bewildered and incapable of ooherent thoughtThis thoughtThis thought thoughtThis
This lovely city with its broad busy streets its splendid modern bus business business busmess ¬
iness establishments its metropolitan air of bustle and aotivity is so sur surprisingly surprisingly surprisingly ¬
prisingly different from what I expected it would be that my delight is isinexpressible isinexpressible isinexpressible
inexpressible inexpressibleI
I expected every citizen man and won to be armed with a formid formedable formidable formidable ¬
able sixshooter
One of Fittsburgs genial sleuth sleuthtold sleutbtltold sheutItold
told me that the Indians still swarmed swarmedthe armed armedthe
the streets of Salt Lake In war paint paintand paintand paintand
and feathers If you OU cant ride horse horseback horsebacl horseback ¬
back < you had h d better remain in the theeast theeost theeast
east said this chap with preternatural preternaturalgravity preternaturalgmvlty preternaturalgravity I
gravity Out west there there are no nostreet nostreet nostreet
street cars or conveyances cOne IUlceseverybodY conveyanceseverybodyrides IUlceseverybodYrides everybody everybodyrides
rides ridesThe ridesThe ridesThe
The tales I heard of this lovely city citywere citywere citywere
were anything but reassuring Now I Irealize Irealize Irealize
realize that my eastern friends were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only having a little joke at my ex expense expense expense ¬
pense
How they mart have enjoyed 107 die dJamay dismay diemay >
may I boarded the train with conelderable con considerable considerable ¬
siderable misgivings mI and lid I approached approachedthis
this glorious western country with ever everIncreasing everInereaslng everIncreasing
Increasing trepidation trepidationMy
My spirits rose ro considerably when whenwe
we struck the Rookies The rugged ruggedgrandeur ruggedgrandeur ruggedgrandeur
grandeur of the scenery is t really awe aweinspiring aWinsplrinc aweinspiring
inspiring inspiringBut
But Salt Lake City I believed it to tobe t tbe tpbe
be a barren desoate place a perfect perfectdesert pertMdelert perfectdesert
desert I find it beautiful and flour flourishing flourIshing flourishing ¬
ishing The residence streets with withContinued withContinued withContinued
Continued on Page 2
DR GEORGE A FRITCH HELD HELDFOR HELDFOI
FOR OrK OrKChauffeur KilliNG MISS MillMAN MillMANChauffeur MILLMANChauffeur
Chauffeur Tells How the Dismem Dismembered Dismembered Dismemere
bered ere Bogy oy Was Thrown ThrownInto ThrownInto ThrownInto
Into Creek CreekDetroit
Detroit Mich Oct 25 25Dr Dr George A Friteh today was held for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial in the recorders court on the charge of manslaughter mans1 aghjer in oosneetion oosneetionwith
with the death of Miss Maybelle Millman of Ann Arbor ArborMiss ArborMiss ArborMiss
Miss Millmans body was found in three sections in sacks s in Ecorse Ecorsecreek Eeorsecreek Ecorsecreek
creek and lower Detroit river early in September The police decided the thebody thebody thebody
body showed evidence evid nce of an operation
The sensation of the hearing was a adeclaration adeclaration adeclaration
declaration by Joseph W V Leach a chauf chauffeur chauffeur chauffeur ¬
feur that on Aug 27 he h drove Dr Fritch Fritchto
to Ecorse creek where he threw three threemysterious threemysterlou6 threemysterious
mysterious sacks into the water waterHave waterHave waterHave
Have you been killing some one the thechauffeur tbechauffeur thechauffeur
chauffeur testified he asked Dr Fitsch Fitschwhen Fltscbwhen Fitschwhen
when the latter later asked him to call with withhis withhis withhis
his automobile and told him he was in introuble lDtrouble introuble
trouble troubleTou troubleYou troubleYou
You are not supposed to know any anything anything anything ¬
thing was the response Leach said he hereceived helccehed hetocoived
received tocoivedWhen receivedWhen lccehedVhen
When I called for the doctor about
9 oclock Leach testified he brought brougntout
out a newspaper package perhaps IS ISinches 18Inches l8inches
inches long and said for me to drive driveto
to his house We Wedrovo drove into the alley alleyhind be behind behind ¬
hind the doctors house and under th thdoctors Uw Uwdoctors thedoctors
doctors direction dl dite ttim I Took half a d domn domnbricks dosenbricks n nbricks
bricks from a pile In die alley and put putthem pUtthem putthem
them in the th automobile While I was wasdoing wadoing wasdoing
doing this the doctor went into the yard yardHe yardI yardHe
He returned without the package and we wedrove wedrove wedrove
I drove back to his office The doctor doctorbrought doetorbrought doctorbrought
brought out a sack that was heavy heavyenough heavyenough heavyenough
enough to require him to carry it with withboth withboth withboth
both hands Than he returned and brought broughttwo broughttwo oughttwo
two sacks one n each hand He put a arevolver dorevolver arevolver
revolver In his pocket pocketWo pocketWe pocketWe
We drove with the packages a little littlodistance lttlodistance littledistance
distance beyond the bridge htat crosses crossesEcorse crossesEcorse crossesEcorse
Ecorse creek and the doctor got out and auttold andtold an1t
told t ld me to turn around Then he stood
on the side step of the machine v while hile wa warode w wrode werode
rode back to the bridge On the bridge bridgehe
he opened the door and thre threw w tl tIe sack sackirto RackfIrto sacra sacrairto
irto the creek Then Th n he ro rode < le hack to tothe t tthe tothe
the city on the front seat with i me meHe meHe e eHe
He said if anyone asked me about aboutwhere aboutwhere aboutwhere
where I had tfn b ° fn I was to say Ea that I
had taken a party to a roadhouse He Hegave Hegave Hegave
gave me C5 25 and an told me not to worry worrvabout worryabout worryabout
about a bill 1 owed him Wh hn n he told toldme toldme toldme
me he had another package to dispose disposeof
of I said I coul i not get away to attend attendtb
tb it ILSince
itSince
Since then I have seen the th doctor sev several several sevoral ¬
eral times once by appointment At his hisOffice hisoffice hisoffice
Office he told me that her chum was wasroemg wasTOIing wasToeing
Toeing around and that he had told her
he sent Ma 1avbelle belle ta some otter doctor doctorI
I told the th doctor d < rtnr I would not say sa any
thing to anbo anybody < because I was too toos toosartd tooscared
s scared < ared
CASHIER KILLS HIMSELF HIMSELFFlusthie HIMSELFFluEhnor HIMSELFF1u
Flusthie F1u bin L I ct 25 25Hfnry Henry P Car Carrenter Carffnter Carrenter
renter who for the last twelve years has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been cashier of the Queens Que > > ns County ounty Sav SavIrgs Savlrogs Sayirge
Irgs bank here today shot and killed kllf hlm hlmstIf hlmIIPlt himself
self In the hank vault No rd < jn is isfcni isiinuWTI isknewn
fcni iinuWTI wn for his d ad < t A h hJrrhd rrd examina examination ¬
tine 1 if his hooks reveals reveal < IX no 11 di dis < iln < iep epanrirs epan epanj n nn
rirs < n j arc nrjrg to t < bank nifK officials uls Mr Mrt MI3JPfnt Mrarpentr
t arpert r was W J8 F fl y yars a ars a aid id and leaves leavesw1fe a awife awife
wife and fe children
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