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I I Seattle Wash Oct ZTwo hun
X j dreg students of the University of
i J I Washington who had been participat
of i ing in a nightshirt parade In an
I 0 I I ticipation of todays Washington
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F Il Whitman football game nearly caus
I I I i ed a panic in tbo Majestic theater
j I last night when they burst open the
i L r doors and rushed In despite the re
V r Cl sistance of doorkeepers and police
ill men The shouts of the students and
r I lt e crashing of glass brought the fright
I t ened audience to Its feet and a stam
I I pede was averted only by the timely
I 4 1 giving of a college yell which serv
i pfi ed to explain the trouble The boys
I i crowded down the aialca and Into tho
p 1 boxes where they Interrupted the
p t j performance with hoots and yells
Ir A riot call brought a detail of em
ergency policemen who gathered In
i f twentyseven of the belligerent youths
2 I f tl and placed them In cells with a num
ber of water front characters Latter
i t one of tho regents of the university
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2 F i appeared and obtained their release
t 4 Many of the students were badly bat
V tered In the conflict with the police
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VV TRIP TO BE MADE
a If TO PROVE HIS GRIT
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a Kansas City Oct 22Tbp minute
I that Hit Shields who works on the
t Circle K ranch out near Glen Rock
Wyo said Boys today have no grit
t It angered Tom Brubaker who Is 20
h j and says be Is gritty So he deter
mined to show the ranchman he was
I Just as bold as Shields or anybody
Q11e
tt Brubaker asked the ranchers what
they thought he should do to show bill
I t I mettle Somebody suggested a trip
t on horseback across the continent
The young fellow said ho would make
two trips across the United Slates
a On September 1 astride Ragtime Lz I
I Brubaker let ouL He intends to go 1
il to New York thence back to San
Ii + I Francisco and then home For doing
I this If ho is successful his brothers
have promised to pay his way through
1 college Ragtime 7z Is standing
the trip well The traveler will go
I to New York via Chicago
BRING THEM BACK
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I Chicago Oct 22The North shoro
IJIIIII I t I wit the scone of a man hunt last
night when sixty United States cav
I I alrymen and Infantrymen from Fort
f Sheridan with shoot to kill orders
i scoured the exclusive suburban diH
fII I trlcl for two military convicts who
II I escaped aCtor a battle with guards
The two convicts Earl Austla and
I I George J Bernlor both privates wero
l serving a term In the post prison for
f I I desertion About C30 oclock last
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I cannot bo thankful enough for
what Uio Oranco Blossom
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line dono for ino I was n chronic out
j I feror for OVo with
years abscess o fall
t I I tho womb could not rlrte or walk ni
all was greatly reduced and only
weighed 124 pounds I loarned or
J J Orange Blossom Suppository and gave
It a trial was relieved from tho drat
I havo usod two boxos
noarly and um n
I I wall woman weigh ICO pounds and do
i all my own housowork Would advise
I all EiiffaicrH of female weakness to
a try the Orange Blossom Suppository
j Yours vory alncuroly
tV MRS IDA GILMORE
I 127 Joromo avenue OVOSHO Mich
I I For salo 1 by nil druggists Ask
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night a sentry released them from
their cells and look them outsldo the I
confines of the prison to do some
work Hardly had they reached the
open when both fled The guards
pursued them firing several shots I
An alarm was sort to the post
where the annual fall Inspection is in
progress A searching party was or
ganized and given orders to bring
the fugitives back dead or alive
ATTENDANCE AT
GAMES IS SMALL
New York Ort 22TIIl scrip of
seven baseball games played bL wen
he Now York Nationals and Amorl
cans for the championship of the city
and won yesterday by the National
showed a total paid attendance uf
only 108033 or an average of 11
V 19 Tho attendance at the deciding
lama was only 1130 the lowest or
the series Interest in the t
oo d early In tho series
The total receipts wore 8U0250
Of this amount the players received
3887138 and this will be divided at
the rate of sixty per cent to tho win
ling team and forty per cont to the
losers The Nationals share of the
purse la 2232313 and as there are
wentyone players to figure in tho
mouey each Giant will receive 1 I
1062
The Americans will split up 15
54875 among twentytwo players each
Yankee getting 7064G
The clubowners will divide Uc
44437 and the National commission
will get IS14625
SZIRMAY ARRAIGNED
ON MURDER CHARGE
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Salt Lake Oct 22 Julius Sslrmay I
the 22yearold Hungarian was form
ally arraigned Friday afternoon at 3
oclock on the charge of murdering
Thomas IL KarrlO In the Karrlck
home on Thirteenth East street on
Wednesday October 12 The arraign
ment took place in the county Jail
before Police Magistrate J J Whit
taker Szlrmay was brought to the
county jail from the state prison in
the sheriffs automobile lie pleaded
not guilty to the charge and was at
once returned to the prison to await
his preliminary hearing the date for
which boa boon left open J Parley
White a deputy sheriff swore to tho
complaint
Silnnay was not represented by
counsel when arraigned The proceed
ing wore mere formality and occu
pied but a very few minutes Szlrmay
expressed a desire for an Immediate
trial
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OLDFIELD AND JOHNSON
RACE IS POSTPONED
Now York Oct 22 Hecauao of
rain the automobile match race be I
tween Barney Oldfleld and Jack
Johnaon which was to have been run I
at Shoepahcad hay this afternoon
was postponed to n date to bo an
nounced later
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O WOMAN DIED OF CHOLERA 0
O 0
O New York Oct 22 Health 0
O omcluls decided today Hint a 0
O woman on the stcumor Tttor 0
O mlnn whoso body was burled 0
O at son died of cholera 0
O The Taormlna reached this 0
O port yesterday from Gonna and 0
O Naples and has boon dotnlnnd nt 0
O quarantine for Inspection 0
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O PADDING OF 0
O TACOMAS CENSUS O
O O
O Washington Oct 22Sucrl 0
O tary NuRol and Director Dur 0
O and hold n conferonce today O
O regarding tho Tacoma Wash 0
O census enumeration whoroln 0
O It wile charged that the rolurna O
O had boon padded o
O Thoy announced tholr roadl 0
O noHs to moot tho committee of 6v
O Tncoma citizens who aro to 0
O IK In Washington next week 0
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San FranclGCo Oct 22Iu the hunt
for persons who may bo able to throw
light on the Identity and movimoum
of the man known M Smithy or
Schmidt In the Los Angeles dyna
miting case Chief of Police Seymour
ui led > o terdny to the door of Olaf
A Tvollmoo secretary of tho State
Building Trades Council The chief
said last night ho expected Tvollmoo
to pall upon him within n row days
He made this statement following a
second Interview with Anton Jolinn
sen a member of the Mlllmona union
who knew Schmidt and wus able to
Blvo the police valuable Information
Thoic will IKJ request mado upon
Tveltmoe to como lo my office said
Chief Seymour but I think that he
will come when he learns of nn In
terview thai 1 had today with Johan
son concerning Smithy and Cnplan
the two men for whom we are look
In R
Tveltmoro said lhatlio had no state
mont to make concerning Schmidt or I
Caplan I
If the police want mo hay know
whero to find me ho declared I
John Iofthauso nn associate of
Smith who lived at Mrs Lavlns ledg
Ing house told the police yesterday
that he saw Schmidt and Tveitmoo
greet each other In a saloon In tho
Mission lost August
NEW HIGH LEVELS
ON TH3 MARKET
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Now York Oct 2Stocks were
carried through a tomporary reaction
this week to a fresh advance to now
high hovels for the period slnco tho
lowest figures for the year wero
touched Tho sot back was caused
jointly by profittaking and by appre
hension of the effect on tho money
market of the advance In the Bank
of England discount rate
Tho large favorable balance shown
by the country foreign trndo for Sop
t > mbf r did much to quiet anxiety over
the former abnormal conditions
There was a belief that tho rail
roads had dignified an Intention to In
crease orders for now equipment aft
er the election feeling assured that
an Increase in charges for freight
would be allowed them
Wyoming vs Colorado
Laramie Wyo Oct 22The Unl
verBlly of Colorado football eleven
with Its backfield will play tho Wyo
ming University eleven here today
with chances In favor of the Colorado
eleven PHi and Covert will bo out
of tho game
iiLD fUG HT
Of BALLOONS
New York OcL 23 < Remarkable
slorlos of the thrilling adventures of
lhoa who seek supremacy ID the
snort of longdistance ballooning nro
told by four distinguished Frenchmen
who have Just arrived In New York
after flights for the International cup
The four aeronauts are Jacques Faure
and Ernest Scbmolck who left Sl
Louis In the Condor and Alfred Lo
Blanc and W de Mumm who started
In the Isle do France
The story of the Isle do Frances
flight aa told by De Murom Is as fol
lows
Leaving St Louts Monday we bead
ed straight for Michigan We sailed
ovor Lake Michigan for six and a
half hour and then over Lake Huron
Into Canada We found ourselves
soon above tho wilderness of Canada
forests The wind became stronger
and In an Instant we were being swept
on and on at sixty miles an hour over
an uninviting country with no signs
of habitation
Below us packs of wolves raced
growling and snapping and looking all
too anxious for prey For two hours
wo were lost In that great wilderness
At four oclock Wednesday morning
wo sighted a railroad track and knew
wo wore on the highway to civiliza
tion We lost not an Instant In de
scending Wo were 1600 feet In Uio
air and aa we started our ride down
ward moose elk deer and many oth
er animals raked their heads and
scampered off as our monstorlook
Ing craft appeared to descend on
themOnce
Once nn the ground after a peril
ous descent wo started out to find
some human beings We walked and
rnn and rested and after trnmplnfc
five and n half hours camo to a fsrm
house where we got food and drink
Wo asked for aid In getting our
I balloon and lie next day Die farmers
accompanied us Into the woods whore
we packed tbo parts together The
task of getting them out of the forost
looked Impossible and wo came away
after offering 500 to anyone who
would get tho balloon to a railroad
ONE MORE BALLOON
HAS BEEN HEARD FROM
New York Oct 22Ono of the
three balloons In the International
balloon race from SL Louis which
had been unreported and for which
alarm line been felt was hoard from
today when the Aoro club of Ameri
ca horo wan noUflud Unit the SVHS
Tho bread that retains Its
flavor and freshness with tho
mercury at 80 is made of
RiveIrd RlRe
floun
Ask any housewife
MADE OY
OGDEN MILLING
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balloon Azurcn hind landed safely In 1
Ito wilds of Canada
Tho mcHsngQ came from ICmllo
Mcssner pilot and Loon Glrnudcn
his aide and was as follows
Brlscoe Ont Oct a2G a in
Aero Club of America Now York
Have In tided 12 miles northeast
of IllscollnK AlRdjmi district Had
three day and one night to work our
way through the woods passing Lako
Swimming Temperature at night
11 F Please wire news to 13 hlCo lo
In Signed Messner Glrnudcn
Shortly after the first dispatch was
received another cnmo from the bal
loonlsl It was also dated at Brls
coe and road
Confirm first dispatch Stay
bore to moot balloon until Wednes
day Wire position racers
None was received from the bal
loons America II and Dussoldorf II
Ofllclals of tho Aero Club of America
today declared uuofllclnlly their be
lief that tho balloon Gormanla
which landed at Laluque Quebec on
Oct 10 had probably won the race
Tho estimated distance traveled IB
1200 miles giving her tho worlds
record over that mado by Count do Li
Valux In his 1102 mile light from
Paris to Siberia
Washington Oct 22Scnrch for
tho two balloons America II and Dus
soldorf II supposed to ho lost In Iho
Canadian wilds or In Lake Huron
wits today Inslltuted by United States
revenue cutters steamers of the light
house service army engineers and
boats on Lake Huron In response to
tho appeal of President Lambert of
tho Aoro club of St Louis lo General
Allen chief signal officer of the army
PREVENTS
EXPLOSION
Chicago Oct 22 Aualln OMalley
a traveling salesman last night pre
vented the explosion of n bomb in
his residence b > seizing the explos
ive after It hail crashed through a
window and extinguishing a burning
fuse The Northwestern Elevated
railroad structure runs along tho rear
of the premlloli and he believes the
cxploilvo missile wail hurled from IL
Tho bomb consisted of Ulroo slicks
of Giant powder about eight Inches
In longth wrapped together The
sputtering fuses of tho explosives wore
nearly burned down when OMalloy ar
rived attracted by the sound of shat
tering glass Ankle from alight burns
Ui his fingers received In punching
out the fuses ho was uninjured
While the police rofuso to llecua
tho probable motives of tho bomb
thrower It was believed that OMal
leys house was made a target through
account of mistaken Identity
During the last three or four years
more than three dozen bombs have
been thrown In an alleged gambling
war and It Is bollored that the bomb
thrower mistook OMalley for a memo
l > er of ono faction of gamblers
STOLEN HORSE
KNEW ITS OWNER
Kansas CIt Oct 22Wbcn Rom
eo a trick horse which was stolen
from Elgin Starks horo on October
15 was approached by his owner In
Omnhn yesterday tho animal Immedl
alely recognized him The horse stood
on Its hind Iett It pranced about Its
stall and finally extended the right
hand of fellowship right forefoot
to his owner That was all that
WM necessary The polled gave Mr
Slarks his horse
The animal 8 found In Omaha In
the posaeslon of Charles R loath
He was arrested
Mr Starks uses the horse only for
driving purposes He taught It the
tricks merely for his own amuse
ment
SANDWICH IS
MADE OF OPIUM
Chicago OcL 22111e opium sand
wich is the latest wrinkle In novel
ties The price la 1 If you know
whoro to make n tender of tho name
Tho novel scheme for time dlalrlbu
Uon of tho drug WM unearthed yes
terday when Chin Sing proprietor of
a chopAlley restaurant on West tan
dolph street was arrostod
If Cling Sing had not developed
such a lively sandwich business for
limo last month his business probably
would never have boon discovered
Tho mysterious actions of some of
hla cusU more however attracted tho
attention of the police
Thursday a customer was leon to
enter tho place
Give mo a liverwurst sandwich
the customer told a waller
As loon as the llvorwwrst sand
wich had boon produced tho officers
look charge of it
Tho sandwich consisted of several
days old bun with the centor hol
lowed out Hopoalng In Its Interior
Has a small package containing
opium A mill was made on flue place
by a deputy United Slates marshal
and police officials but the cache
where tho opium was kept was not
found
Ching Sing was arrested on a
charge of soiling opium
VESSELS ARE
STILL MISINO
Havana Oct 22 Reports from tho
vicinity of Capo San Antonio say tho
Cuban rovonuo culler Cospedos has
been wrecked wllh Ito loss of the
captain and all hands excopt two
An unidentified American bark I
stranded off the Cape Tho Norwog
ian steamer Humes the Cuban atoam
or Rita and many small craft aro
ashore on tho northwest const oC I
Plnar dol Rio
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Now OrlonnH Oct ZTho steamer
BluofloldJi which sailed last Friday
front Colba Spanish Honduras for
New Orleans with twonlyolght poo
plo aboard was all unheard from
today
I Toes are either round or long tho
luttor nro Frenchlor and moro favor
ed by really fashionable woman
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AEROPLANES
New York Oct 22Tho opening
day of the International aviation moot
at Bolmont Park dawned clear bright
and cold although tho weather mans
on tloolt was pessimistic promising
showers before sundown Thirty avi
ator and about forty arcoplanes were
out for tho beginning of what prom I
iron to bo the most Important aero
nautic event ever held anywhere In
tho world
The setting at Uclmont Park L I
for what today and the eight succeed
ing days will ho an International bat
tle for the Kiinrcmncy of the air was
disappointing
A green field of cropped grass sot
In a saucer rimmed at the horizon
with faint bluo fields bounded by tho
familiar oval of the Belmont race
traco and marked at tho turns with
tall red and white pylons a huge steel
grandstand painted to tone with the
landscape gay with the flags of all
nations and banked to the roof with
tier on tier of close langed benches
bcsldo It the white colonial facade
of the Wcstchcslur racing associations
club house opposlte It tho broken
outline of the twenty hangars In which
tho ucroplanoa of three nations arc
housed to the oast a low clump of
tices and near them tho trim brown
tents of the United States signor
corps such was tho picture that
greeted the eye of tho observer at
daybreak
America Prance and Great Brit
ain are the competitors Neither Cur
Lisa nor the Wright Brothers tho best
known American aviators arc entered
in person They are represented by
lloxsoy Johnntonc and lJrooklns for
tho Wrights and McCurdy Ely Mara
and Willard for Curtlss
dirtlss won tho James Gordon Ben
nett International cup last year but
hI declined to defend it In person this
year Instead both he and the Wrights
have built special racing machines
not yet seen In public with which
they hope to retain It for America
but they will meet opposition in the
latest 100horsepowcr Dlerlot brought
hero by the French team
Hamilton has a new 110horso power
biplane but It has never been tried
out to tho limit and oven its owner
does not know Just what It will do
under pressure lie believes It very
fast John B Molssant smashed his
Bloriot racer last Monday but Is busy
rebuilding I J Armstrong Drexel
will also fly American machines
Franco sends Leon Morane who now
holds all speed records for ono kilo
meter up to 7S miles Hubert Latham
with his beautlfu erratic drugomi fly
Antolnotto monoplane Alfred Lo
Blanc tho champion crosscountry
flyer Emil Auburn his pupil Count
Jacques do Leaaeps the second aviator
to cross the English channel and such
leaser celebrities as Barrier Carts
Audemara and Simon some of whom
fly the tiny domolgsellos the hum
ming birds among aeroplanes
England sends Claude Graham
White who took first honors at Boa
ton In the recent Harvard meet
James Rndley Oglvlllo and McArdle
all representing the Roynl Aero Club
of tho United Kingdom
Tho definite arrival of the
mono
plane Is one of Ole most noticeable
features of the meet
The failure of the Condor to make
a longer flight la ascribed by M Faure
to the condition of his balloon which
was weakened he says by exposure
to wind and weather on the deck of
the steamship which brought it from
Europe
The moat thrilling feature of tho
Condor flight was a sensational drop
from a height of nearly two miles to
a point loss than fifty foot above the
surface of Lake Michigan M Sch
molck told of this experience as fol
lows
It was late on Monday night We
were at a height of something near
10000 feet when
suddenly wo struck n
zone of air whom the temperature
wait close to zero The gas in the
balloon began to comlonne rapidly and
we started falling We shot down
and down Wo strove frantically to
check our descent After a sheer
drop of 6000 feet there camo a brief
halt and we thought we wore safe
hut the relief only for H moment
Again the balloon began to drop Bags
of ballast wore hurled overboard and
splashed in the black waters beneath
Then wo sacrificed tho oxygen tank
and everything that wo could lay our
hands on but still we dropped
Wo wore within a hundred feet
of tho surface of the great lako when
wo discarded our boos and coats and
clasped our life preservers to our
bodies bollovlng that In au Intnnt wo
would bo plunged into the water
Then Just when We thought ourselves
lost the balloon WAS halted on its
downward flight Wo were only forty
five feet above the surface of the wat
er We breathed a sigh of relief as
tho wind carried us over the water
and we sighted land
Our attempt to descend was
fraught with now perils Tho balloon
sailed th re o miles over clue rough
country at oxpress trn n speed drag
ging the basket In Its wake Tho
basket was dashed against fences
farmhouses and three chimneys dur
ing the onslaught Fences woro bowl
ed over and small trees knocked down
Finally a stout barbodwlre fence
caught us mind held long enouvh to
throw M Fnuro and myself headlong
Into a marsh filled with muddy water
We halfswam and Imlfwadod Ln torn
firma and found wo wero In Two
River Wla
Aviators woro onrly astir on tho
ground horo proparnff for the open
Ing of tho International aviation moot
Work was proceeding In tho inn
rhino emits grooming the machines
for tho days flights There was a
breeze blowing out of tho northwest
but ono aviator darod the condtlons
of the early morning and ventured a
flight This was Captain Thomas
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horsepower Curtis aeroplane the
Red Devil at Belmont park track
from the Oarrlen City Aviation field
whore his ueroplnno has been quart
ered
The manner of his coming was sen
sational He flow In the head of a
northwest wind In HX minutes from
the Garden City field at Lho rule of
more than a mllo a minute
Ills oyca were swollen he having
forgotten hint goggles The flight was
the second cross country flight of the
meet Frisbie making a similar one
Inst night
In the morning the wind hauled Into
the northwest led Shrlvor In a 1
DIetz bi platte started to make a I
short flight In the face of n 10mile
wind He rose to a heIght of 100 feel
and flow to the grandstand then he
swerved and flow eastward Into the
teeth of the wind
When directly over tho spot where
Hadlcy and Molssant were wrecked
which In known as Dead Mans
Turn > the wind suddenly struck the
light bl plane made It dip and list
madly to tho right Shrlvcr pulled
the guiding lines hut the machine
would not right When about 10 feet
from tho ground sho righted but tho
strain canned something to give way
and time machine plunged to the
ground
Shrlvor was burled benelth the
wreckage and from tile stand It look
I ed as If he was killed He arose
however cut on the nose cheek and
I eyelid He suffered no serious Injury
hut the biplane and engine were de
molished After having his wounds
dressed Shrlver wont home
CNAM
s PURSUED
Settle Wash OcL Interference
of the police saved Frank Louie a
Chinaman from probable lynching by
a mob of Infuriated white men who
attacked him after he had knocked
down his American motherinlaw
Mrs Richard Powers on the street
lost night
Three months ago Louie married
Mrs Powers 21 year old daughter
Miss Lillian Fuller telephone opera
tor in a fashionable hotel Mrs Pow
ers opposed the match
Last night Mr and Mrs Powers
met Louie on Second avenue Mrs
Powers demanded that he toll them
where he was keeping the girl where
upon tho Chinaman knocked her
down and lied A crowd of men Im
mediately pursued him and soon ef
fected his capture They wero threat
Ing to lynch him when the police In
terfered
Ioulo was locked up and his while
wlfo who was found In n hotel was
taken to itollco hodquarters
I THIS 11OYERNMENT r
IS NOT TIlE BEST
Milwaukee WIs Oct 22 = Boy I
bellovo you did wrong to pattern your
government after that of the United
Stales said Mayor Seldol Milwau
kees Socialist executive at tho in
augural exercises yesterday of the
Boys Republic Y M C A I bo
love you ought to start a revolution
right now You should have the initi
ative and referendum You should
make your own laws and not allow
a set of officers to make them for you
The senate you have elected has
no right to repeal tho laws that your
house a > f representatives has suggest
ed The repeal of those laws should
bo to yourselves The most important
men In any community are the hard
working citizens They are the ones
who nro the sinew of the nation and
not tho lawmakers not tho executive
Tho platform of the government of
the United States Is not tho bast
after which to pattern yours
The new republic was Inaugurated
to give the boys an Intelligent Idea of
government said C D Willis head of
the Y M C A We thought in us
ing the United States as a pattern we
were picking the best government on
earth and I still believe It
NO WEASEL WORDS
IN TUE PLATFORM
Concord N H Oct 22WIth an
emphatic endorsement of the Repub
lican ticket of New Hampshire and
of the Republican platform Theodore
Roosevelt opened his oneday cam
paign In this state today
Col Roosevelt spoke from the stops
of tho State house Ho mounted a
choIr and stood there until some one
brought a drygoods box Col Roose
volt said ho liked the platform be
cause It contained no weasel words
Ho explained thai weasel words
wero words which sucked the mean
ing out of tho words in front of them
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES
In the growing of pineapples also
Florida Is fast coming to the front
last year no less than COOOOO crates
of this tropical fruit being shipped
from the Peninsula State The larger
portion of Floridas pineapples is
what Is known as the Red Spanish
variety This species is grown oxclu
slvoly on the east coast whoro tho
sail and climate ore on oven larger
i acreage peculiarly adapted to IL Tho
I lands along the hue of the East
Coast Railway In Dade Palm Boach
and St Luclo counties produce over
four fifths of the annual crop Over
1000 acrofl are In cultivation to the
plnoiipplo In lie little village of Del
1a alone while tin acreage of Stuart
Forst Plorce aud Jonsen is almost na
groat
Tho largost pinery In Florida Is sh
unted on Marco Island Florida Kcv
fifty mllos from Forst Myors It Is
200 neres in extent and ships about
ROOOO crates annually Gnrnnult
Agaflslz In National Magazine
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SL Louis Oct 22 lineal officials
of the machlnlBta union havo no ward
today from their president Jl 4 I
OConnoll about reoponlng a confer
once for a settlement of the strike on
tho Missouri PacificIron Mountain J t
system as proposed by the business
men of Sedallu Mo where the princi + t
pal shops are locqlod t
the boilermakers pipemen and r
blacksmiths are quoted as saying they
will continue tho walkout which war
started yesterday Thin switchmens
union the officers say will notify the
roads beginning Monday mornlngl
they will refuse to handle cars con
taming men who are to take the plac
es of the workers who quit yesterday
Standing close to each other today
at the local shops were the company
guards and the unions pickets More
men to lake time strikers places aro
expected today While General Man i
ager Sullivan of the road maintains i tI
that the walkout will not be noticed
by the traveling public the officer
of tho union are out with a statement
today that many passenger trains are t i
arriving late
MURDERER PLEADS V
GUILTY TO CRIME y
Chicago Oct 22A confessed mur
derer yesterday Insisted upon entcru
lag a plea of guilty In Judge Kers
tons court deyplle the Jurlstss warn 1
Ing that ho would havo to Inflict the
death penult
hI am guilty said Thomas Bent
accused of killing Daniel F Cum
mings storekeeper at the county hos
pital August 10
It will do you 110 good to plead
guilty said the judge Under the J
conditions I advise you to defend
yriirself =
I dont care what the penalty Is
replied the prisoner sullenly I am >
guilty I shot Cummings I am not
asking the mercy of the court
I count > sentence yon to death on
that statement said the Judge
Take time to consider You had
ter withdraw that plea and let r
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appoint a lawyer for you
No a lawyer can do me no good
Bent replied Im guilty I shot
CUnimlngB all right We wore old
friends and ho had secured me many
jobs But on this day I thought Cum
mings was unfriendly to mo
Judge Kersten appointed nn attor
ney who Induced Bont to plead nut
guilty His trial was set for Novem
ber 2S
MRS CLEVELAND HONORED
Tdenton N J Oct 22M18 Fran
Cos Folsom Cleveland of Princeton
widow of President Grover Cleveland l
has been named by Governor Fort as
one of the commissioners to manage
the womans reformatory in this
state
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