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Fortieth YeJrNo 250 Price Five Cents
1 03 Sosond Claso Matter at the Poatofflce Ogden Utah
Chicago Is Again Defeated by the
I l I Hard Hitting t n hians
Steamer Catches Signals of Distress From
the Wireless and After Three Hours of
Maneuvering Places Weliman and His
Crew Aboard = = = Rescue Made 150
Miles East of Cape Hatteras
Now York Oct 1SA wireless
mcasago to the New York Times from
I Captain Down of the Royal Mall
steamer Trent Bays that the Trent
picked up Wollman and the crow of
the America at 5 oclock this morning
The airship had been abandoned Tho
rescue was made in latitude 3543 and
longitude GS1S
The position reported by Captain
Down indicates that Weliman and his
crew Si ere picked up nt a point about
ITO miles due east of Cape Hail eras
on the North Carolina const
The wireless message received hy
Sandiso R Son local agent of tho
Royal Mall steamship line plying beI
iweon New York and Cuba and Iler
nnula was signed by Commander
Down of the steamer Trent and reads
as follows
At 5 a m today sighted Well mans I
airship America In distress signals
by Morse code that she required as 1
f sistance After three hours of maneu
vering and fresh wlndu blowing got
Wellman with entire crew and cat
boat They were hauled to safety on
board All well America was aban
doned in latitude Hfi43 north longi
tude GS1S14
How Rescue Was Made
On Board Steamer Trent OcL IS
By United Wireless to New York
The crew of the airship America In
abandoning their craft lowered them
selves Into the lifeboat which swung
beneath IL Thoy then cast tho life
boat off and wore afloat In the sea
The airship relieved of the weight
of the boat shot np high Into live air
and was rapidly blown away The
transfer of the Weliman party from I
Uc lifeboat to the Trent was effect
ed with much difficulty
Aid for Wellman
New York Oct President Taft
sent a telegram from Ellis Island to
the Navy department In Washington
today giving riopartment authority
to act in the Wellman matter Tho
president asked that Inquiry be made
as to the situation and whatever as
sistance necessary to be rendered
Mrs Wellman Rejoices
Atlantic City Oct 8When In
formed of the rescue of Walter Well
man and his crew Mr Wellman ex
Thank God for the good news I
am overjoyed to learn that my hus
band and tho bravo men with him are
Mrs Weliman was eager for particu
lars and expressed deep regret when
Informed that the America had been
Church May Take Vig
orous Action at the
Next Conference
By Associated Press
Salt Lake City Oct 18Slnce the
close of tho fall
conference of tho
Mormon church tbor has been much
romment both In church circles and
which among outsiders over the manner in
the question
of plural mar
rtaKu as a religious rite was treated
The matter
was left as Wforo w llh
out any reaffirmation or enlargement
of tho Woodruff manifesto which de
clared that polygamous niarrlngo
was without the sanction of tho
Two or three days before the con
ference it was Intimated on high
ecclesiastical authority that the first
presidency would put the ban of the
church upon all who practiced or con
nived at the practice of plural mar
riage It was admitted that the
magazine articles on the alleged re
crudcsconcc of polygamy were Inter
fering with the Influence of the mis
sionaries and thai certain high eccle
Blasts were In favor of taking an un
equivocal position against illegal mar
At thp conference lawbreaking was
denounced by a counsellor to Presi
dent Smith as a sin against the
church Although he did not use the
word polygamy his remarks were
construed as a warning to those con
templating plural marriage This ut
feronca howavor was neither so
radical nom io specific as to satisfy
the expectations of those who favor
ed n decided policy The ngltatlou
for a more explicit declaration con
tinues and may appear strongly at
the next conference
Sea is Sweeping Over
St Augustine in
St Augustine Fla Oct 18Iho
entire business B ° ctlon of St Augus
tine IB flooded with brushing sea
water today while the wind and
waves arc still rising The water Is
pouring over the seawall from the I
highest fitormtide In sixteen years
It is feared it will sweep over the
So far there has been no loss of
life and the property damage Is con
lined mainly to the unroofing of a
fow houses the tearing down of a
few porches and the uprooting of
trees all due to the wind
Communication Broken
Jacksonville Fla Oct ISA 420
oclock this morning the Associated
Press wire from Jacksonville to
Tampa the last thread of communi
cation with any point in the storm
swept territory south of this place
was severed Olllcials of tho Western
Union reported that there was little
probability of reestablishing com
munication this morning
With the entire Florida peninsula
south of a line from Tampa on the
Gulf coast to St Augustine on the
Atlantic cut off from communication
with the outside world since f oclock
last night when a wind velocity vary
ing from 70 to 90 miles an hour was
reached accompanied by Illboding
barometerlc conditions tile effect of
the West Indian hurricane in this
trucking and fruit growing belt IB a
matter of conjecture
That the properly damage has
been heavy Is Indicated by the brief
bulletins from the ciiat coast and
the extreme southern keys before
communication was cut off Conserva I
tive ostlmatpa place the loss to or
ange groves nt one million dollars
The last message from Key Wfst
reported a wind velocity of DO miles
an hour a barometer reading of
2SSO high seas and water rising to
alarming heights In the streets
Jacksonville Fla Oct IS 1 p m
With the sinking barometer and winds
slightly less violent than at times last
night It Is evident that the West III
dian hurricane will pass out to tho
Atlantic south of Jacksonville The
wind has changed from northeast to
cast Indicating that the center of
the storm Is somewhere off the mid
die peninsula
No loss of life has been reported
The strong northwest winds last night
have caused tides on the oast coast
higher than over before In years At
SL Augustine the ocean was making
a clean sweep of the sea walls with
the houses near in danger accord In
to the last message from them last
night Along the east coast several
miles of track arc under water an de
other sections are washed away The
message from the Key West Western
Union office was that the wale was
beginning to pour Into the building
As practically every wire in south
Florida is don It la Impossible to
ascertain the damage to property and
the possible loss of life However
a conservative estimate places the
damage to fruit trees on the cast and
west coast at over a million dollars
A TACtft R
Saves CMdren From a
Dog in Worst Stages
of Rabies
Chicago Oct 1SA mad bulldog
caused a panic anion the forty chll
dron in a classroom at St Bridgets
parochial school yesterday
The dog ran through the aisles and
foam dripping from Its jaws and the
children climbed their desks
As the animal came toward Sister
Josephine In charge of the room she
faced him and drove him under her
desk whore he remained yelping and
growling until the last child had S
Caled from the room
When a patrolman arrived the dog
was in the worst stages of the rab
ies dashing about thC room and bit
ing at the seat The officer drove
the dog Into the yard where he shot it
APT p ei flil
T f1f r A n j
i i
I O 1 I I
Mexican Robbers Pur d
sued Four Days and i j
at Last Overtaken
Douglas Ariz Oct IS Pursued by j
rurales and spectral officer three I
Mexican bandit who raided the Luc
ky Tiger mine last Thursday and es
caped with 10000 worth of rnlgh
grade silver ore surrendered yester
day and wore placed In jail at Naco
zafl For four days the robbers had
gone without food or rest to escape
the close pursuit and were glad to I
give up
The robbery was one of t o boldest i
ever perpetrated In tills region The
bandits with a pack train of twelve
burros appeared at the mine loaded
their animals with 25 sacks of ore
valued at 400 each and drove away
before the men at the mine realized
what way happening All the arc was
I recovered I I I
I Security Trust nd Swi gs aJ n t I
We solicit your accounts None too large None too small
L D RYAN President J F KELLY First VicePresident
J Al KELLY Cashier JOS WILLIAMS Second VicePresident j I
S G T n
Nine Are Crossing or
I Have Crossed the
Great Lakes
St Louis Oct lSOnc balloon
I the Million Club which was entered
in the international race landed near
Racine Wis this mqfcning and nine
others arC crossing or have crossed
j Lake Michigan
I The balloons left here yesterday af
I lernoon In a race for the James Gor
don Bennett cup and prizes amount
ing to 7oO The Million Club land
ed with eight bags of ballast In sight
1 of Lake Michigan
Only one balloon the Helvetia a
Swiss and winner qf the 1000 race
from Berlin had not been seen or
I Identlllcd up to noon
Four identified passed over Lake
Michigan before noon The balance
which passed Into Michigan were
more than 100 miles from St Louis
Aeronauts here arc hopeful of re
cords being broken by the balloonists
i =
o Muskcgon Mich Oct IS Captain
Nelson of tho Muskegon lifesaving
station sighted one of the balloons
coming from St Louis at 1015 this
morning The balloon was moving
rapidly in a northeasterly direction
i and passed one mile north of the city
Another was sighted northeast of
Shelby lich both having crossed
the lake
New YorkOct IS Stocks were
pressed for sale In large volume to
realize profits on the opening stock
market today Prices of the leading
issues receded before the heavy of
ferings hut there were sharp advanc
es In some of the less prominent
I Southern Pacific declined 1 and
I Union Pacific rGeat Northern pre
ferred Reading U S Steel and Amal
gamated Copper largo fractions Ca
I nadian Pacific rose 134 the Texas
company 114 and National Lead 1
St Paul Missouri Pacific and sev
eral other stocks lost a point before
i tho market steadied There were few
I stocks which showed strength
I Boston Oct 1f1The looal wool I
market has taken on a decidedly bet
I ter aspect within the last few days
the principal factor being larger
I sales Montana and South Dakota
spring wools with values showing a
firmer tendency
Sales of territory were at G5 to CO
for clean fine staple Montana and
also extended to other lines and con
siderable original bag Wyoming also
found a market lately The demand
for fleece wools continues rather
quiet although some flue unwashed
Ohio delaines have been transferred
In good lots Pulled wools are inov
Ing slowly >
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Oct ISCattloHccelpts
estimated at JflOQ market steady
Beeves l55790 Texas steers
SGliSioTO western steers 1 150
CSO stockers and feeders 1235
5GO cows and heifers 225JT010
calves 7 2fiift > 0rO
Hogs Receipts estimated at 1000
Market iit HOc up Light 8S5
050 mixed SJOT9 10 heavy 815
a 915 rough SIG SAO good to
choice heavy S401J7i913 pigs S30
0910 bulk of sales SJ5igilioO
Sheop Receipts estimated at Ifi
000 market steady Native S25aj
430 western 27of 440 yearlings
430 o40 lambs native 1CO710
western L7jG50
Chicago Close I
Chicago Oct IS Wheat Dec 93 II
7Sa9l May 100 July DG
CornDec IG 12 May 40 SSal2 1
July 50 lS
Oats Dec 30 12 May 31 July 32 I
Pork Jan 1712 12 May 1G52 2
Lard Nov llO Jan IOG 12
HlhsOct 1115 Jan 927 12 May
91oal7 12
Rye Cash 7C 12
Barley Cash 50a7il
Timothy Cash 750aS7C
Clover Cash llOUal250 Oct 1125
New York Money
Now York Oct ISCloso Prime
mercantile paper 5 12 to fi per cent I
Sterling exchange steady at advance
with canal business In banker bills
at 4S270lit7ri for GO days and at
4Sfi25 for demand Commercial bills l
4S2 14CH2 i
Bar silver i1G lS Mexican dollars
15 Government bonds strong rail I
road bonds easy
Chicago Produce
Chicago OcL ISBuUer stead
creameries 24029 dairies 23T 27
Egca Steady receipts 34590 cas
r sir
os at mark cases Included ISlCii
21 12 firsts 24 prime firsts 20
Choose Steady daisies 15124 >
I nl twins 14 31 Hi Young America
and long horns 1C 12
Sugar and Coffee
New York Oct ISHnw sugar
steady Muscovado SO test 310
centrifugal OG test 390 molasses I
sugar 351 Refined steady
Coffee Spot quiet i No 7 Rio
10 78 Santus 40 4 11 l2alt 5S
Metal Market
New York Oct IS Standard cop
per steady spot 124212frI26212 I
Dec 12lutft12CO Lead quiet 440
j 150
Bar silver 5f 1 S
Dr Crippen on Trial for
the Murder of
His Wife
London Oct SDr Hawley Crip
pen wajs today put on trial for his
life chargedwIththcmurderOf Cora
belle Crippen the Amerloan actress
known in the profession as Belle El
The jury a typical body of middle
class tradesmen and clerks was se
cured with but little trouble objec
tion having been made in but three
Instances Crlppcn pleaded not
The trial which is being held in 1
tho New Bailey promises to be one
of thu most historic In the annals of
that famous court No less a person
age than Lord Chief Justice Alver
stone Is presiding Ho was accom
panied into court today by Sir John
Knlll lord mayor of London Sir
Thomas Vcacy Strong lord mayor
elect and the sheriffs In their robes
of office
Richard D Muir K C conducts
the prosecution with the assistance
of Solicitor Travers Humphreys who
represented the Crown at tho prelim
inary hearing Crippen is represented
by Alfred A robin 1C C Unionist
member of parliament and Huntley
E Jenkins
Ethel Claro Lenee the doctors
typist who has been Indicted as an
accessory after the fact was not In
court today Her trial will follow In
the event of Crlppcas cnvictlon
The American witness Bruce Miller
of Chicago and his wife were In
Tile indictment was read and Crip
pen replied to the usual questions
and pleaded Not gullt A hush
fell as Counsel Muir rose and made
the opening statement for the crown
lIe related tho familiar story of the
tragedy so far as it has been learned
by the prosecution and the public
The taking of testimony was then
begun The most Interesting of this
introduced before the lunch Interval
was given by Mrs Paul Marllnctll
who repeated the evidence she had
given in the police court The wit
ness with her husband dined with
the Crlppens at the home of the lat
ter on the evening of January l
and played cards until 130 oclock In
the morning The Crlppens scorned
perfectly happy This occasion was
the last on which Mrs Crippen was
seen by anyone so far as tho police
have learned
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O San Francisco Oct ISBatO
C tline Nelson and Athon M Grave O
O a local lightweight were match 0
C ed last night to fight fifteen 0
G rounds before the Broadway Ath 0
O letlc club In this city October 0
O 2S The men will fight at catch 0
C weights 0
O Nelson went into training yes 0
O day under the care of Jack Grace 0
O who shaped him for his fight 0
O with Gans when he won the 0
C lightweight championship of the 0
O world 0
o 6
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O c 0
c SL Petersburg Oct IS Count 0
O Tolstoi experienced a series of 0
O fainting spells today and was C
G unconscious for several hours 0
G This evening the author wasO
O said to be In a somewhat 1m 0
O proved condition 0
O 0
Collins Steals Bases as Though Playing With
Amateurs = = = Coomis Escapes in Several
Tight Pinches by Strong Support = =
Murphys Brilliant Play I His
Off a Run at the Plate
Philadelphia Oct ISThere was a
larger crowd about Qe gate at Shibc
park before thoy were opened today
than jestordato see the worlds
championship In fact the crowd be
came so largo that the gates were
opened at 10 oclock an hour earlier
than yesterday and at 11 a m 11QOO
rooters were on the bleachers
Despite yesterdays defeat the mom
hers of the Chicago team are confi
dent they will win the series We
r will take tho next three said Captain
Tho Philadelphia team showed the
same confidence displayed by the Na
Game by Innings
Philadelphia Oct 1SIn todays
game the batteries are Coombs and
Thomas for Philadelphia Brown and
Kling for Chicago
Umpires Hlglor plate Sheridan
bases ODay in right field and
Connolly In JefL
F 1nnings
Chicago Shcckard firstman np
was given his base on halls and was
forced to second Collins to Barry on
Schultes grounder Jlofman w as
sent to first on balls and Captain
I Chance came to the plate Both
Schulte and Ilofman advanced a base
on Chances grounder which was too
hot for Baker to handle With bases
full Zimmerman came to the plate i
On the lattors sacrifice fly to Strunk
Schulto scored Stelnfeldt struck out
One run
Philadelphia Strunk head of the
Athletics batting list struck out
cling missed the third strike but got
the runner at firsL Lord was tossed
out Slelnfeldt to Chance Collins
singled to right center and Baker
who did such good hitting yesterday
came to tho plate Collins stole sec
ond Baker was thrown out Brown
to Chance No runs
Second Inning
PhiladelphiaDavis lilted a long
fly to Ilofman Murphy took first on
four pitched balls Barry forced Mur
phy at second Tinker and Chance
completing a double play No runs
Chicago Tinker was safe at first
on Davis error Baker making a per
fect throw Tinker was doubled up
with Kling oix the latters hue drive
to Collins Drown was tossed out
Collins to Davis No runs
Third Inning
Chicago Sheckard was given a base
on balls for the second time Scfiulto
was safo at first Davis dropping
Coombs pretty throw Hofnfan was
out on a pop fly to Davis on an at
tempted sacrifice Schulte was given
a sacrifice hit on Davis error Chance
struck out Zimmerman ended the
inning on a line drive to Lord No
Philadelphia Thomas reached first
on Stclnfeldts error Coombs struck
ouL Strunk made an Infield hit and
was safe On Lords hit to Zimmer
man Strunk was forced at second
Thomas and Lord both scored on Col
llnsMouble to left Lord who was
on first kept on going home as Steln
feldt fumbled Shcckards pretty throw
to third Stelnfeldt was given an er
ror and Shcckard an assist linker
was out at first on Zimmermans as
sist fwo runs
Fourth Inning
Chicago Stclnfeldt lifted a fly to
Strunk Tinker singled to center
Tinker was an easy out Thonias To
Collins on an attempted steal Kllng
struck out No runs
PhllallelphlaDals was thrown out
at first by Tinker Murphy lifted a
I high foul to Chance Barry singled
over second On Thomas single to
right Harry took third Coombs I
I struck out for the second time No
Fifth Inning
I Chicago Browne reached first on
Coombs fumble Coombs made a
j second fumble and Sheckard was safe
at first Sbeckard was credited with
I a secriflce Both runners advanced
a base on Schullcs sacrifice to Dav
is unassisted Hofmnn was given his
bane on balls Captain Chance came
to the plato with the bases filled
Chance filed out t < J Murphy and on a
beautiful throw to home plate Brown
was doubled up Thomas getting the
put out No runs
Philadelphia Strunic struck out on
three pitched balls Lord singled to
right and Collins was given a glad I
hand when he came to the plate Lord
was forced at second Tinker to Zim
merman on Collins grounder Col
ling stoic second Baker was walked
Collins scored on Davis single to loft
tho latter going to second on the throw
In Murphy was thrown out at first
by Tinker One run
Sixth inning
Chicago Zimmerman was given his
base on balls On Steinfeldts fly to
Collns Zimmerman wall doubled up at
first Tinker sent the ball into let
field crowd for two bass Kilns
tiled out to Strunk No runs
Philadelphia Barry tanned Thom
as went to first on balms Thomas
went to third Coombs single to cen
ter Strunk struck out for the third
time Lords high foul was taken by
Chance No runs
Seventh Inning
ChicagoBrown struck out Shrcck
ard doubled Into the right Held
crowd Schulte lifted a high fly to
Strunk Hcfnian was given his baa i
on balls for the third time and Cap
tain Chance faced Ccomba Shcckav I
scored on Chances single to coulee
Ilofimin bejujj held at second Z < m
ruer ntnSygrflttnder faTCeT 1 ifitmnce
Collins to Barry One fun
Philadelphia Collins was given his
base on balls Baker singled to right
and Collins reached third Davis drove
the ball Into the left field crowd ur
two bases scoring Collins and put
ting Baker on third Murphy double
in the same direction scoring Baker
and Davis Barry sacrificed Brown
to Chance placing Murphy on third
Thomas singled to left scoring Mur
phy Coombs was out at first by
Chance unassisted Strunk doubled
to right scoring Thomas ShreckarJ
muffed Lords lly and Strunk scored
J ord was out stealing Kling to Tin
ker Six runs
Eighth Inning
Chicago Stcinfeldt doubled to left
Tinker lifted to Baker Klinj took
first on bulls Beaumont was brought
Into the game to bat for Brown anl
struck out on four pitched bull
Combs passed Shrecknrd Three men
were lott on bas s when Schulto pop
ped a fly to Collins No funs
Philadelphia Richie now pitching
for Chicago Collins doubled Into right
field crowd Collins took third on
Bakers out at first Change unasls
ed Davis was out at first Chang
unassisted Murphy was thrown out
Steinfeldt to Chance No runs r
Ninth Inning
unicagc Hofuitui singled to lefL
Chance was thrown out at first Col
lins to Davis Zininiurninn doubled to
left scoring Hofman Steinfeldt was
out Barry to Davis Tnker was giv
en a base 011 balls Kling hit to BU
ry and the latter stepped on second
forcing Tinker One run
Score by Innings
Chicago 10000010 S 3
Phlla 00201050 9 II
Before the Game
Philadelphia Oct IS Refreshed by
a good nights sleep after yesterdays 5
sharp battle the two lending baseball
teams of the country are again ready
I and fit for the second struggle at d
Shibc park for the worlds champion
ship Although the day broke a lit
tle hazy the sun quickly dispelled the
fop and the afternoon promises So bo
The Chicago National League cham
pions wcro apparently not downcast
by their defeat Captain Chances
j men have been through the fire be
fore they are hard and seasoned
campaigners and know that one vic
tory does not win a worlds champion
Ship The leader of the Nationals
had no excuse to offer for yesterdays
result He gives the great Bender
all the credit due him for his grand
pitching and praised the highclass
playing ability of tho Philadelphia
The Chicago players arc confident
of victory today
At Shlbe park there was the samo
confident talk with which the Phila
delphia Leaguers went into yester
days game determined to got the
jump on their opponents Having won
tho first they bollove baseball his
tory will repeat ILAelt
Connlo Macks men took the two
pitchers sent In by Chance yontcr
day Into camp and they anticipate
no more difficulty today
It Is expected the batteries today
will he Mordccai Brown and Kllng
for Chicago and Coombs and Thomas
for Philadelphia Manager Mack may
This morning a double line extended t
halfway around the grounds
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