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DAY THE MORNING l a THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
r WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL
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Further Examination of
Gaynors Neck by I
XRay
New York Aug 12Thc reassur
i ing announcement that Mayor Gay
I nor had passed a third satisfactory
night was made promptly at break
i of day this morning by his attend
I ants at St Marys hospital Pulse
1 inspiration and temperature it was
1 I snd continued practically normal
Slid every symptom indicated prompt
recovery
This optimistic Information did not
serve however to overcome com
pletely a feeling of alarm which
tprca1 among the watchers last
night nor entirely allay the effect
reduced by the circulation of a vail
ely of disquieting rumors The chief
bask for these rumors seemed to be
the effect produced by the circula
hon of a variety of disquieting ru
Juirs The chief basis for these ru
aiors sppmed to he the fact that a fur
tutor consultation of the attending
I jihvslcians was found necessary late
Inst night To many this seemed
f trangely inconsistent with the uni
lorpib hopelul bulletins Issued
out tho day Added to this thero
wrs an unfavorable Impression gain
ed In some quarters by the admission
of the physicians that the first radio
graphs of the mayors wound were Port1
iiMoadlug and that the complete
Xray examination made yesterday
rle noon showed the bullet lodged
In the patients throat and not in
two pieces as bad been supposed But
be early morning announcements to
day from the hospital were even more
cheerful than those of yesterday
I have the strongest hopes for the
mayors complete and rapid recovery
aid Robert Adamson his secretary
Of course he will be In the clang I
or zone for a week yet but he Is
Joing beautifully and If things con
tinue to go well he can be removed
from his quarters here in a fort
nighThe
The mayor is n decidedly rohust
I invalid Despite the halfdozen medi
rrl experts and members of his Cam
l J he Is runujnfc his own convales
I Cfut campaign He Insists on know
> hg what the physicians are about
Ind while never discourteous ho do
cdes all matters pertaining to his
illness with the Baine finality that I
characterizes his actions at the city
hallThe
The roll of cranks and freaks who
hiema1lng SC Marys hospital their
I TeTa Increases dally Most of them
tcsire to offer suggestions as to the
best wav of bringing the patient back
I to health again Many of the 3UK
scstlons verge on the ridiculous Sev
ral medicine men with bottles of
cureall have urged their wares upon
Secretary Adamson nnd the persons
Continued on Page Seven
tiE SHOWED HOW
iAYNORWits SHOT
New York Aug 11 George Wing
a bank clerk Is In a hospital hero j
seriously wounded as the result of t
f fellow employes effort to show j
Low Gallagher shot Mayor Ga nol I
The two young men were In n rear j
loom nf tho bank last night when i
Wings companion picked up a revolver
I
ver kept by the bank manager say i
t ing I I
This Is the way Gallagher shot the
laajor As he flourished the revol
ver it suddenly went off the bullet
fling into Wings abdomen
I
MONTANA MAN APPOINTED
I Washington Aug 1Major Wit
i In R Logan supervisor of Indus
I tries of the Indian service and sup
tiiitpndcnt of the Fort Belknap In
31 reservation In Montana has ben
pointed by the Interior department I
upervisor In charge of the construe
uii of roads and trails in the Gla
r national park in Montana which
c as created at the last Hession of
f
It Is believed here that Logan may
JP appointed superintendent of the
all as soon as congress authorizes
lie employment of such officials
I
r COL ELLWOOD ILL
fI
I DfKalb III Aug 2Colonol
f haul L Rlhvood who for years has
been associated with John W Gales
iid other prominent financiers of Chi
cago and New York Is under the
ore of a specialist at his country
iomc Mr Ellwood has not been well
mice tho death of his wife last month
It was said today that his condi
tion had taken a turn for the worse
no Is said to bo In a state of nervous
cillapso It Is
reported that he Sill >
fend a stroke oC paralysis while at
Ialatka Fla last winter E J Oil
wood a sou arrived yesterday from
ins summer home at Hnrbonicw
Mnrblehead Mass
NEGRO IS LYNCHED
Helena Ga Aug 12TIn Tolcro
a negro was lynched at Alnmo 77
miles from here by a mob of more
than a hundred mon for having en
tered tho room of two daughters of a
planted of Montgomery county Tues
day night while the girls word asleep
The negro confessed his guilL
CAN ASCND
MOUNT A N
I
It is Possible Dr Cook
Told Truth as to
Mt M Kinky
Seattle Wash Aug 12 C E
Rusk of Chelaii Wash F H Rojeo
I c Portland A L Cool and loseph
Hidley of the New York Herald
I
land Oregonian party which attempt
Co the ascent of Mount McKJuluy
returned to Seattle last night on the
t > canner Bertha
Their mlsoion to the top of the
mountain failed Mr Rusk says bL
cause the party was insufficiently pro
visioned
Mr Husk asserted however that
Mount McKinley could be ascended
and that given his choice of a party
and 10000 he would guarantee next
I year to bring down ample proofs
that he bad been to the top He said
lie couhl do it in thirty days and
would try to organle a party for the
Mtcnipt In the spring
The Rusk party ascended to a
Kiglil of 7500 feet and on July 12
pCt the ParkerDrown party well
equipped for the ascent and In good
spirits Mr Rusk says he believes
tliey will make the climb
We took the routo followed by
Dr Cook on the cast side of the moun
tain to Ruth glacier On the route
WL saw abandoned camps and mucu
of the scenery pictured fit Dr Cooks
hook That Ear Dr Cooks state
ments wore authentic Farther 1
nmilvlnot sny hut I do uot believe
lie nsceudtfti to the tdp
I should not care to express ah
opinion ns to whether Thomas Lloyd
and thu Fairbanks party succeeded
in reaching the top because our
route was on the other side of the
mountain
ONE OF THE WELSH
ESTATE CLAIMANTS DEAD
Sun Diego Cal Aug 12With the
funeral of Mrs Mary A Slmfus to
day a possible claimant to the estate
of the late Thomas F Welsh the
Colorado mining king was eliminated
Sue Is survived by her sister Mrs
Margaret Johnson living here an t
two sisters In Australia
Mrs Shafus was born in Irelan1
and was 75 years of age She anti
Mrs Johnson claimed to be sisters of
Welsh They said that they had not
Pren or heard of him in nearly forty
ears and that if they could establish
their identity I hey would claim 1
part of his estate
It is said that Mrs Johnson will
pursue the Investigation to deter
mine whether or not she Is entitled
to a part of the Welsh estate
DUKE IS EAGER TO
SEE MISS ELKINS
Basic Switzerland Aug 2 The
Duke of the Abruzzl arrived here Au
gust 9th from Hal and registered at
the Hotel Three Kings as Signor Sor
rento lie left Wednesday for Baden
Baden after sending the following
telegram to Miss Katherine IClkins
who with her mother has been
spending several months on the con
tinent
Shall be glad to see you I am ar
riviiur this evening
Signed ABRUZZI
POLICEMAN MADE RICH
New York Aug 12Policeman
Heinrlch Wolfs fortyfourth birthday
came to a joyful climax last night
with Iho receipt of a cablegram from
an attorney at Stuttgart Germany
announcing that he was principal
hoV to an estate of 125000 left by
an uncle
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l League Baseball
FAIR GROUNDS
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TOMORROW Aug13
Ogden
vs
Occidentals
SUNDAY > AUG 14
Ogden
vs
Murray
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Game WK1 Be Caned at 300 p HE Sharp
il
GENERAL ADMISSION 25
i GRAND STAND EXT 0 25
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VInSTft S
10 Rrr U f1rD
Earl of Euston Likesthe
I Method of Chicago t
Police
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Chicago Aug 131f the Earl of
Euston has his way the London
Bobbies may be performing on sig
nal whistles like the Chicago policy
menThe earl yesterday complimented
Chief of Policq Stqward on the excel
lence of Chicagos police service
Decidedly said the cnrl your
method seems In some respects better
Hum curs in London 1 was anuiod
to observe how rkIP ilv you bandy I
traffic luring the unusual crowds at
tendant to file Knights Templar con
clave U is never entirely arrested as
it often is In London
He referred particularly to tho
whistle signals crossing policemen
allowing first north and south and I
cast and west traffic to have right of
I way for brief periods He saM the I
gesture signals used In London had i
to be passed down the line causing
delay herons all those wailing
could hear the whistle simultaneously
nnd get under way all at once
Lord Euston added that he meant
to take the matter up with the author
s ities of the larger British cut k s when
I he returns home
i I
i BLIND PEOPLE ARE
I TO HAVE A WHISTLE j
Chicago Aug 12 = Whistles of olll I
cial design as a moans for blind per
sons to signal policemen in the down l
1 town quarter for assistance In cross
j ing congested streets will soon be fur
nished every sightless person In Chi
I
cago Chief of Police Steward yes
terday approved the plan and ordered
I the trafilc squad to recognlce the whis
tles A blast from one of the whistles
I
1 which will be different In sound from
the regular traffic whistle uged by
patrolmen will be a signal to cross
ing policemen to assist a blind per
son across a crowded thoroughfare
rI SENSA f ON
8Y II tY URN II
Idaho Senator Stops a
Band Because It
Played J xie
Spokane Lug 12 Senator w B
lleybiirn 01 Idaho docs not like Dix
ie Ho created a sensation ut the
I reception given to Congressman T I
I R Hamer at Wallace Idaho lust
night by stopping the orchestra while
I the musicians were playing the popu1
tar strain Col Homer had just fin I
fished his address and the orchestra I
Lad started a medley of wellknown i
airs About the sixth number in the
medley was Dixie The senator
leaped to his feet strode across to I
the musicians and called out This
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is a Republican meeting we want I
110 such tunes bore
The amazed musicians stopped im
I mediately The senator strode back
to his scat After a moment of si
I nce Mayor Hanson arose und clos
ed the meeting
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1 NO DEftlHCRATS
TO SACRIfICED I
New York Aug 12 Democratic
NationalCommittecman Roger C Sul I
I livan of Illinois who Is In New York I
looking over the ground Is alarm II
ed over the national dearth of Dem
ocratic presidential possibilities
Just at present there seems to
be a strange lack of aspirants b < I
fiild Of course Ohio ia backing I
Harmon and New Jersey Is groom
1P Woodrow Wilson for the candl i
I tincy but these are the only two
possibles 1 have hoard suggested
unless It be Senator Bailey of Texas i
Bryan of course IK out of it though
I I presume he will try But I doubt
if he could command the delegates
I from his home state In the next na I
j tional convention
I Mr Sullivan expressed complete I
confidence that the Democrats will
I
control the next house of reprcscu I
i tatlvns and that Champ Clark would 1
L Cannons successor ac speaker
OVERCOME BY SMOKE
Chicago dug 12rwo battalion
chiefs two captains ono lieutenant i
and fourteen firemen were overcome j
by smoke last night while fighting i
a fire In the plant of tho H II Bur
ton Mntlressj company The loss Was j
small Thcsmcks from mattress fill I
IRIS overcame the men as her en i
tered the building They were car
ried to the street where they re
vived in time to help extinguish the I
blaze after athroehour fight I
Chicago Produce I
Chicago Autr lDuttcr steady
crtamorles 2 i < 5 > 2f Eggs steady I
firsts 17 prime firsts IS Cheoso I
steady young Jmerlcl1s and daisies j
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SEARCHINGJFO RA I
TYPHOID FEVER PATIENT
J
South Framingham Mass Aug 12 I
The police and a score citizens of
this town together with all the 700 1
men of the Fifth regiment of the state
militia now in camp mere are search I
ing the vicinity of Sojulh Framngham
hospital today for John Morrisey an
escaped typhoid foVor patient who
slipped from bile ward while In de
lirium and escaped from the Institu
tion In his night ulolhes I
FIRES ARE BUI < NING
NEAR BELLINGHAM
Bellingham Wash Aug 13More I
forest fires are raging within four
and a half miles of Uelllugham to i
1 c i < o north Men have been lighting the
flames for several days but It was
tnly yesterday afternoon that the Ole
threatened three shingle mills Hack i
fires were started last night and with I
the wind in their favor the millmen
iidieve their plants will be saved I
Several hundred cords of shingle I
bolts and much standing timber has I
been destroyed
A cr N
ASYNDllCAT
SYNDllCAT
Has Been Doing Large
Business in City
of Chicago
Chicago Aug 12A systematic
secretly operated cocaine organiza
I Lon doing business on a largo scale
In Chicago was discovered by In
r spector Hunt of the Dosplaiues street
police station yesterday t is said
through the confcsslon of William
Kahn arrested on a charge ol selling
I the drug
Kahn admitted it1 is Bad that he
was one of three subordinates and
gave the names of those operating the
syndicate Other wrests are expect
ed although this Is difficult because I
the law rc ° uirea that the violator
I
must be caught in tie art of dispensing
I
ing the drug
WORlD9S MARTS
UNION PACIFIC AND
SOUTHERN PACIFIC STRONGER
New York Aug 12 Opening
prices of stocks today showed some
harp advances ini spite of a very
light volume of dealings Canadian
Pacific rose 13lclton Pacific and
Leading I and Utah Copper and Am
plcau Beet Sugar Irjgc fraction
American Smelting and a few minor
nocks started a traction lower than
List night
A decline of a point In American
Smelting had a momentary effect on
the market but the subsequent ap
pearance of large purchasing order
bur the leading railroad stocks sent
ihe whole list ui < strongly American
Smelting made a full recovery but
liT Inter decline of I 1 8c to 01 > 1 s
weakened the innrkct again and the
whole list fell hack sharply The
high jTrlcos showed Canadian Pacific
up 2 12 Rcadlng and Union Pa
cific 2 Southern Pacific 1 31 SI
Paul Pennsylvania and Amal Cop
icv 1
Cessation of pressure against Amer
ican Smelting relieved the specula
ive list but the trading became very
rijll Union Pacific and Southern Pa j
cific were bought on the good an i
I
nual reports The weakening of J
American Smelting was because of
fears that the intended curtailment I
of Copper pioductltm would impair Its I
earnings
Bonds were steady
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Aug 12 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 2000 market steady
Beeves S 4GOig > S20 Texas steers
2503CO western steers tOO iJ I
075 stockers and feeders hDOG
020 cows and heifers 250G40 I
calves Glo < g 850
Hogs Receipts estimated at 13000
market 5 to Ilk up Light 815 < 7J >
805 mixed 7S588G heavy 700 I
rffSiiO rough S7GOfJ7S5 good to i
choice heavy 785S50 pigs i > 50 J
jjO00 bulk of sales 7903830 I
SheepReceipts estimated at 10 I
000 market strong Native 225 I
110 western 250742u yearlings
400 < Ii > 540 lambs nntlUe 425 < p
075 western 425GGO
Omaha Livestock
Omaha Aug 12CntlleHecelpts I
1000 market steady Native steers
75571850 cows and helfors 300t3 > I
o75 western steers f50010
stockers and feeders 00S500
calves 250fi25
Hogs Receipts fi300 market lOc
higher heavy FI OSlO mixed
7SOj 800 light S800S55 pigs
7 OOIjJISOO bulk 775810
Sheep Receipts 800 steady Year
lings i50S 550 wethers 3501
425 owes So2u085 lambs GOO
G75
Chicago Close
ChhapnAug lyWhentS S1
01 Dec 100 l I a3S May L11 1S I
to It
CornSept 05 12 Dec G2 12 May
01 58
Oats Sept 37I r Dec 3J May
n 101
PorkSept 21 Ji 12 Oct 20SO
Jan SIS 02 12
LardSept 81177 Oct 1105
Nov Sll 3G 12Jan 1000
RibsSept UiGV Oct 1117 12 i
January 9G5 I
Barley Cash 52a7
Sugarind Coffee
New York juur 12Sugar steady
muscovado 8tteSt snRP centrlfu
gal 9G test 429 molasses sugar St
test 364 Retlndi quiet
COFFEE Sotnrm NQ 7 Rio S
78a9 No 4 3nW c oJ 91 I
MetaL hlarkeL
New York AiTb r 2COlIlCI oulet
spot 1237 1i2nSC 4 212 l2a37 12 j
Lead quiKSOJ5al50
Silver 51 1S
WfNDlING IIN t
I lOU a SV LlEI
Waves His Hand to
the Crowd and I
Smiles i
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Louisville Aug 21050ph VeuJ
ling wanted here on the charge of
I murdering Alma Kellner was placed
in the city hall here this morning
after n remarkable chase across the
continent and an almost equally re
markable return In charge of Capt
furnoy chief of the Louisville dotec
tro department
Vcndllng had no sooner been ush
ered into the chief of polices room
than he look n position in one of
the large windows and bested hIm
rolf by whistling and waving his
hand to the crpwd which had sath
tied in the street below His ever
lptiug smile was much in evidence
i Wcndllng touched Kentucky soli
shortly after S oclock this morning
nor the first limo In many months
Hy and his captor took a train at
Evansvllle Ind about 3 oclock
I Handcuffed together Capt Carney
and his man occupied the drawing
I room on tho Evansvllle sleeper The
train was an hour late when It pull
ed into the Union Depot A large
but orderly crowd was kept in
bounds by plenfyof police and when
Bundling wan hurried from the car
to an automobile there was no den
csiratlon
It has not yet been nnnouncoJ
I when Wendllng will be presented In
police court In all probability there
I u 111 be one or two continuances grant
ed He has already been indicted
I
ly the grand Jury on a charge of
murder
i The bringing of Wendllng to Louis
ville marks the end of one of tho
longest chases in detective history
I the return trip from San Francisco
to Louisville stretches the real hunt
of about 11000 miles to a total of
over 13000 miles Not until May
nth the date that the mutilated body
of Alma Kellner was found In n cellar
1
lar beneath St Johns parochial school
was Wendling connected with the dis
appearance of the child It was
believed that the chllJ had been kid
rupcd
JUROWN NTn
NORT RIVER
I Man Beaten by Thugs
Rats Attack Him
Inthe Water
i New York Aug 12Houuc1 of
4UO and his watch by thugs John
Maughan an elderly and welltodo I
resident of Harlem was cut and beaten
fn and then thrown into the North
river early today
Ho clung for three hours to the
cross beams under the city pier at
3rth street his life menaced by at J
tacks of hordes of rats before his
moans were heard by policemen lie
will recover
recoverIIIJNTS
fi1AN tlUNTS IN
NORTHERN IDAHO I
I
Colfax Wash August 1With I
every camp where food or water might
be obtained uloaelv guarded It Is ex
pected that the freckledfaced man I
who Is now bclug hunted by posses i
of four counties will soon make a I
break fjr liberty or commit suicide
Tho pursuers are at Emlda Idaho
after a hunt of fortyeight hours
Bloodhounds followed the trail for I
several miles through the underbrush
a dangerous proceeding as the tim +
ber was so thick that an ambuscade
was possible at almost any point The
man is wanted in connection with the
killing of Del McConnell at Colfax I
It Js known that the man has a 110IIO
rifle stolen from Clarence Brunnlng l
and at least ono revolver
I
G A R VETERANS HAVE
DECLARED A BOYCOTT
Louisville Aug 12Five hundred I
veterans of tho Grand Army of the
I
RepublIc have declared i boycott
against ho railroads for alleged ills
crlmination in charging till eterans I
aii excessive excursion rato to the I
annual national encampment of the
G A R to be held In Atlantic City
next month anti as u result that sin to
for the first time will not be ropre I
acntcd at the reunion The womans
Relief corps and the Daughter of i
Veteran > have announced tlMr inten
tion of Joining In the boycott
BOY FRACTURES THE
SKULL OF MAN 50
I
Washington Ind Aug 12 Anger
ed because an alleged Insult to
ns sister Zed Hudson IS years old
vxsBterdny struck lames Buckley 50
years old with his fist fracturing
th mans skull Buckley died with
iitrrcsainlng consciousness
t 1
NO LID ON THE
MINERS CONVENTION
I
Indianapolis Aim 1rhore Will
ienu lid on this convention said
TlloeI1owls president of the Unit
ed Mine Workers In reply to Presl
ut fmt Jolty H Walker of the Illinois
district at the opening of todays
session of thu special national con
vention
Walker had made a motion that thj
> U legates all be given verbatim re
ports of the conferences dealing with
the situation lu Illinois
I Lewis ruled the motion out of or
der and then declared tho delegates
would be given all the Information at
hand
Lewis further stated that there
would he no Rtraddllng or whIte
washing as ho had nothing to con
ceal
The committee on rule roportel
limiting all speakers to five minutes
but Mr Lewis said more time would
be given If a delegate could not make
fIR point clear in tho specified limo
The credential committee was not I
able to make a complete report and
the convention adjourned to 1230
oclock p in
There are more than 12000 dele I
gates in attendance the largest mini
bci In the history of the convention
ONE MORE
RA ROAD
Judge Lovett Says New
Road Will Be Built I
in Oregon
Portland Ore August 12Judse
Robert S Lovett head of the Harrl
man system reached Portland last
night after six days spent In central
Oregon His statement that it is the
Intention of the Deschutes railway to
extend from Redmond Its former pro
posed terminal southward to connect
with tho NatronKlnmath Falls cutoff
now under construction comes but
t wo days after the announcement of
j the Hill system to build across the
Cascade mountains It Is believed the
I Junction will be near Crescent
Judge Ixivett almost bisected the
state In his automobile leaving tho
railroad at Vale and touching It naln
I at Lebanon west of the Cascades
Ho will Inspect the completed por
I tion of the Deschutes line Saturday
I
I BANKERS FAVOR
POSTAL B NKI
Cscw York Aug 2Plans for the I
installation of the postal savings bank
system in Now York and Brooklyn
postofllcea are being rushed here un
der the personal supervision of Post
master General Hitchcock It Is hoped
to have the banks In operation by No
vember
As yet It has been impossible for
the postal authorities to form any ac
curate estimate as to what amounts
will bo entrusted to the postal banks
by frugal New Yorkers Postmaster
General Hitchcock Is optimistic
I believe he says that when wo
really get to worn the postal savings
bank proposition will prove one of the
most popular features of the present
national administration The depart
ment is making every effort to sec r
quick and successful operation
arc going to try the plan In son
the big dices first We have before
us all the practical points of Its oper
ation abroad Ultimately we shall
have have a postal savings bank
I wherever there is a postoffice
I Since reaching New York I have
discovered that most of the opposition I
was developed when the proposition
first was suggested and has dlsnp
peared Now many bankers arc
heartily cooperating with us Bank
ers generally seemed to fear that it
meant serious injury to their bus I
ness Now the are gradually coming
around to the belief that It will not
endanger It at all but on the con
trary will release incalculable
amounts of money which the poor in
particular have been hoarding be
cause thc were afraid to bank It
WAllACE IS
THREATENED i
Blazing Embers From
Forest Fires Enter
Idaho Town
Spokane Aug 12 Blazing embers
carrIed by the wind from the burning
forests on the mountain sides were
Jilllng in Wallace Idaho today Tho
dense smoke made it impossible to
toe objects 200 yards away A hun
dred families packed up theirposses
slops and lied to Spokane or other
towns Should the wind become
auongpr it Is believed nothing can
rave the town r
Forest fires in the Placer Creek
district five miles from Wallace
have destroyed the compressor build I
ings boiler plants blacksmith shops
and cabins owned by the Wcntwortn I
company and the Vienna natlonul l
mining company the Arctic the
Smuggler and the Golden State com I
j aulcs I
On account of the dense smoko and I
falling ember it is Impossible to got
into the camp to estimate the dam
ago Mullnn Murray and other camps I
ere In danger At Mullau firemen I
and citizens are keeping the roofs I
soaked to catch the sparks Near
Murray two men spent the night In I
a tunnel with their heads covered i
with wet blankets j
Timber on Kellogg peak close to j
Wardner is blazing but the town is c
believed to bo safe I
iAMERICANS
ARE MOBSED
Fore igners Thought They
Were Germans and
Set Upon Them I
Berlin August 12Four disheveled
nnd excited American automoblllam
wero arrested Wednesday by gore
darmcs at Welaschiu Bohemia la
order to protect them from an Infur
iated mob of Czechs
Harry Sulzer and E M Miller of
Chicago were touring With their wives
from Vienna to Dresden and proceed
ing at a leisurely pace Their car
collided with a country wagon the
driver of which obstinately refused to
make way tar the automobile
A child sitting on a load of hay
was thrown to the ground by the col
lision The automobilists stopped but 1
WCTO relieved to find the youngster
suffering more from the shock than
injuries As they were preparing to i
dopart a crowd of peasants collected
and taking a hostile attitude sur I
rounded the car The peasants hay
ing seen the German fine flying be
side the stars and stripes from the
automobile assumed the occupants
were Germans and welcomed the op
portunity of giving their sworn foes i
a sound drubbing I
From threats the peasants proceed I
ed to blows and stonethrowing
Mrs Sulzer was hit by one of the I
missiles and made unconscious With I
their blood up Mr Sulzer and Mr I
Miller drew revolvers and hegan fir
ing with the object of attracting tho
attention of the people living In the
vicinity and Intimidating the peosant
This was of no avail and they were
keeping their assailants at bay with
their firearms when gen darmes rush
ed up Seeing the Impossibility of
rescuing tho Americans from the vlo
hence of the mob they arrested the
party whereupon the peasants calmed
down
SOARED TO
6000 fEEl
ti
t
1
Aviator in His Aeroplane
I Was Lost in the
Clouds
London Aug 12J Armstrong
Drexel wealthy American aviator i
I who has made some remarkable
flights came near to success at lan y
I
ark yesterday when he attempted li
I beat Brookllns1 record for altitude in
m aeroplane flight Drexel had soar
ed to a height of four thousand feet
when his machine was lost to view
mong the clouds and was not seen
again for two hours
A great crowd witnessed his ascent
and waited anxiously for his reap
pearance Ithad about given him up
for lost when a telegram brought the
intelligence that he had lost his way
and had landed fifteen miles from tho
starting place
His supply of gasoline had become
exhausted and he had been forced to
Ofsceml His barometer showed an
altitude of six thousand feeL
INJURED AT AN OUT
DOOR PERFORMANCE
Warsaw Ind Aug 12lls5 Nina
i
Darling Hopklnsvllle Ky and Mrs
George Deal Warsaw were severely
ijured 200 were shaken and five
thousand thrown into a commotion
last night when the seating arranp
nient for an outdoors production nl
an opera at Winona Lake collapsed
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O ARE APPALLING 0 1
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O Tokio Aug 12Tho devnst 0
O alien wrought throughout many 0
O districts by the recent floods O
0 is appalling Whole villages 0
0 and towns have been washed l
O away and many lives have 0
O been lost In the lower sec O
0 tons of Toklo alone 30000 0
O houses are submerged Como 1 I
O munlcation by the railroads 0
O throughout the flooded area C I
O has been Interrupted O j
O There Is much suffering and O i
O in many places the inhabitants G J
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Q BOY KILLED BY A BALL 0
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O game at Cornfield Hfd How G
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O member jof a camping party 0
O of choir boys of this city died 0
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0Lexington Ky Judge Sauf 0
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D trict court was found dead In Q I
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