ASSASSIN SHOOTS FIGHT AT FEVER HEAT
Admitted that Mr Wilfrid Lsyurler May
Toronto, September 14..Nominations
DIEfilE HAS MADE NO TIME FOR CHILDREN
Betta Too Buir With Klckmond Gam-
bllng Houses, Declares Wife.
took place In Ontario to-day for the
election on September 21. There are
contests in every constituency In the
province but one. In tho county of
Weiland. W. M. Gorman. Liberal, out
opposed to reciprocity, was selected by
«ROUND CIRCUIT NO CONFESSION [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
New York, September 14..Lou's
Betts, sometimes known as "The Kins
of Gamblers," and his wife, Anna A.
Betts, Wiho is suing him for a separa¬
tion, caused a. sensation in court to-
Stolypin Is Attacked! acclamation. In East Toronto Con-
scrvatlves are In the field, but oppos¬ Cheng-Tu Isolated Taft Leaves To-Day Instead, He Stoutly
day while their lawyors were waging
a bitter fight to determine whldi of
the two Bhould have the custody of
While Attending Per¬ ing reciprocity. The antls, therefore,
start out with a lead of two In On¬
and Situation Is for 13,000-Mile Maintains His En¬
the two Betts cbjldren.
Betts declared to Justice Gavegan
formance at Opera. tario.
A proof of the thoroughness of the that his wife had been a drunkard six Resent Invasion of
fight Is shown by the fact that In
previous elections several candidates
of each party have been elected with¬
Serious Journey. tire Innocence. years, and was not a proper person to
have the children. Ho charged Mrs,
Betts with neglecting her children States' Rights.
out opposition Instead of only one, as when on protracted sprees, and made
HIS WOUNDS ARE to-day. Sevoral electoral districts In
the province heretofore have enjoyed ALL FOREIGNERS TARIFF WILL BE NO KNOWLEDGE
other Insinuations that were not to
his wife's credit.
BüXIEViLD FATAL the reputation of being Impervious to
now political views, returning their
SEEKING SAFETY LEADING TOPIC OF OTHERS' GUILT
Mrs. Botts, fuming with
toward her husband, and rage, sprang
candidates by mujorltles of from 700
to 800. For Instance, Wellington.
South Thunderbay. Russell. Renfrew,
"Don't you Insult
don't you dare do it"me, you beast;
As she uttered these words Mrs.
BY THEIR ACTION
Emperor Nicholas Present in South Essex und Prescott have always
gone Liberal. Revolution Is Fast Gaining President Will Defend Adminis¬
Betts left her chair and moved toward
Bombshell Which Convicted her husband as If lawyers got tear himshe would
Theatre When Attempt Is On the other hand. East Grey. Duf-
Ground, and Reports of Fight¬ tration's Course During Cross-
Into shreds. The
Was Said to them and prevented further trouble.
between Judson Harmon, of Ohio, Will
Made on Life of Famous ferln. South Slmco, Leeds. South
Lanark and Hasterling have been re¬ Sergeant-at-Arms The children are now In Virginia, Head Protesting Committee.
Statesman Who Has In¬ garded as Impregnable Tory
holds. In this contest, however, strong¬
ing Come From Many Places Country Trip on Which His BePreparing having
for Ohio Poli¬ ago by been taken there threesaid her
Betts. Mrs. Betts months
Decision of Sanborn in Min¬
candidates were nominated to-day by in Troubled Provinces. Future Political Fortunes ticians Fails to Materialize. husband refused to let her see them,
curred Enmity of Ad¬ both parties, nnd the result of the re¬ and told her they were In Europe. nesota Rate Case Particular
vanced Parties. ciprocity Issue will be awaited with
Troops Are Under May Depend.Starts on Throws Himself on "Mr. Betts hasn't the time to
for his children properly," counselcare for "Invasion" to Which
The political fight In Rush Orders. His 54th Birthday. Mercyof Court. Mrs. Betts told the court. "He's too
Is now at fever heat. Is Canada, which
without busy looking after his gambling houses They Object.
Kiev, Russia, September H.The tion the most keenly contested ques¬that In Richmond and elsewhere."..
hns been seen In the Dominion Rlnce Justice Gavegan directed,
Russian Premier, P. A. Stolypin, was confederation. Peking, September 14..Cheng-Tu Beverly, Mass., September 14..Presi¬ Dayton, O.. September 14..Rodney 1 Ing argument on both sides,after hear- that the
For the first time since the Liberal remains isolated. The Tatoi of Chung- dent Taft leaves Beverly to-morrow on J. Dlegle, the elusive convicted ser- children be brought to New Ysrk at'> Spring Lake, N. J., September 14..
attacked whllo attending a gala per-i once and placed In the custody of the Governors of twenty-four States of the
victory In 1806. the Conservatives have King reports that the situation at his second swing around the circuit. geant-at-arms of the Ohio State Sen¬ Mother Superior of the
fonnance at the opera to-night.
¦was wounded twice by hlB assailant.
Hej n chance of once more
policy of the country. controlling wns
the Cheng-Tu is serious. The dally rice In the opinion of many of his friends ate, has not confessed. After much Academy. Meantime, he adjourned tho
Holy Cross Union voted this aftlrnoon to unite tn
protest to tho United States Supreme
One bullet cnterod his hand while the
n foregone conclusion a few
ter the election was announced that
supply has been cut off and he fears the trip promises to be one of the most ado lest the man sentenced to three lawyers to September 23. to permit the!
thar a shortage of provisions will prepare affidavits to sub¬ Court against what they consider an
Sir Wilfrid Laurler would he returned Important ever undertaken by a chief years In the penitentiary for complic¬ stantiate the charges -and
other penetrated the bedy, grazing the with bh large or perhaps a larerer pre-j
clpltate disturbances inside the walls. executive. He himself said he will ity In bribery would make sensational charges, time ago .Tustic75 Bischof f
counter- invasion of the States' rights by Fed¬
liver and lodging in the spine. It Is Jorlty, It Is now frankly admittedma- by All approaches to Cheng-Tu are! Indulge in but little political discus¬
revelations to save himself from pris¬ granted Mrs. Botts S6P0 monthly ali¬
reported the Prcmler'a wounds are Liberals that the Issue Is doubtful, The decision of Judge Sanborn. 'n
while Connervati-es claim that victory held by rioters, the number of whom sion, but It Is admitted that opportun¬ mony from Betts, pending the trial ofi
on. Dlegle appeared hero to-day and her suit.
paortal. for their cause Is assured. Is being constantly augmented. ity for such discussion will not be
the Minnesota rate case 's the partic¬
Emperor Nicholas was present in the declared he had absolutely no knowl¬ ular "Invasion" to which the 0*»er-
There are reports of disturbances
theatre at the time. Tho Premier's BARRIERS OF FAITH FUTILb Sul-Fu (where the British refugees at merely offered, but probably be thrust edge of the guilt of any one and WARD REACHES CALICOON nora object. By their action they es¬
Assailant was arrested. cently arrived) and of fighting re-| at
upon him. That he would accept the steadfastly maintained Innocence of
the crime for which he was convicted. He Han tablish a precedent in American his¬
The tw*o bullets were fired from be¬ Flnrolna I.ava Not Checked by Crosses Kiating, nearby. Violent antlforelgn gage of battle If some "heckler" In
Asserting in a lengthy statement Covered 138 Miles of Trans. tory.
hind by a lawyer named Bogrof. The nnd Pictures of Mndonnn. rumors come from Wanb-Slen. east of his audiences threw it on the plat¬ continental Trip. j Judson Harmon, Governor of Ohio,
that he had "no confession of any
audtencs tried to lynch tho assassin. Catania. Sicily, September 1*..The Cheng-Tu on the Vang-Tse-Klang form, is hardly doubted. That the Susquehanna, Pa., September 14..
character o any sort to make." Dlegle James J. and former Attorney-General of the
Some reports have it that a musician river of lava from Mount Ems is still nnd a station of the China Inland Ward, the cross-continent United. States, * will head a committee
also was wounded- The Minister of advancing, sweeping all before It. Mission. It Is a British mission. The President's political fortunes may de¬ has thrown himself upon th; mercy of flier, who loft
Thousands of people have been driven pend to some extent on this Journey Is the court wn'ch sentenced aim to cisco, New York for San Fran¬ of protest. His colleagues will be Her¬
Finance, M. Kokovskoff. was sitting
beside the premier at the time of the from their homes. Hoping to arrest American Baptist Union has a station
at Klstlng. agreed to by many men close to "the prison, but to-morrow his attorneys V., a Wednesday, from
reached Callcoon. N bert S. Hadley, Governor of Missouri,
and Chester S. Aldrlch, Governor of
the advance of the flaming lava, tho here.
afternoon. On his,at
attack. administration. will enter a motion for suspension of o'clock this 4:35
peasants <=rect before their It Is not expected that thore will he final Nebraska. The motion to appoint such
Bullet Perforate* l.ung. and humble homes a cross vineyards
of sticks trouble at Chung-King Will DIocuhh Tariff. sentence pending appeal of his case
to-day ho covered 59 9-10 miles fly a committee to voice the views of the
as all the disorderly for.
and place on top pictures of the Ma- the present, Two years ago to-morrow the before the. Circuit Court of Appeals. fifty-seven minutes, having left Mld- In
ßt. Petersburg, üeptember 14..Alex¬
donna and the saints, but these bar¬ one's have left President started from Beverly on Statement to Public. conference was made hi' Governor Em-
ander Stolypin. a political writer of
the Novoe Vremeya, who la a brother riers of faith have In nowise tended
for Cheng-Tu. The missionaries gen¬ his
first cross-country trip after Dlegle. reported for several days to dletown, N. Y., covered so
at 3:3S o'clock. Hta mett O'Neal, of Alabama, which placed
have been at French Lick and many miles. dlstarfco
to check the How. erally are hastening to the nearest total far Is 138 the membership at five. Action was
of the perr.ilor, received a telegram points of safety. entering
the White House. He declared unanimous, although Gover¬
from Kiev, stating that a bullet per¬ Crowds of peasants gather to other places preparing a bombshell for
forated the premier's lung. and ibeat their breasts, callingkneelfor A Japanese gunboat Ik proceeding to He
had been six months In of¬
fice and the Payne-Aldrlch tariff law- Ohio politicians in order to secure a
Ward will start again on his long nor William "W. Kltchln, of North Car¬
According to dispatches to the news¬ mercy, and declaring that this must
.be a punishment for their sins. Mgr.
Wanh-Slen. I had been five weeks on the statute further stay of sentence, suspended Journey early to-morrow morning. His
olina, the twenty-sixth delegate, who
papers here, tho liver was perforated
Arista, Bishop of Aclreslc. has gone Troop» Ordered to Scene. until next Monday, came In from a the stopping place to-morrow, ho told alone opposed it, did so, he said, sole¬
and the wound is mortil. According
to the same dispatches after the to the front to encourage the Unpublished edluts order a lnrge books. On that trip he delivered his farm near here this afternoon. He mot will Associated Press representative, ly because It would be a departure
wounded premier was removed from to conduct services, lead the. faithful, force of Wu-Chang troops to leave im¬ famous address at Wlnona, Minn., a he
his wife In the oftlce of C. J. Maliern, tance ofOwego, Jf. Y., which Is a dis¬ from precedent.
the body of the house, the audience sions and Impart a benediction proces-
to the mediately by tho quickest' route for defense of thatof
law on which most of one of his counsel, umd tnero wrote a aviator
about ninety miles as the Harmon Supplies Suggestion.
insisted on singing the national hymn. people. Sze-Chuan. and Tunn-Fang. director- tariff criticism has the administration's flies. He
communication to the public It con¬ Blnghnmton aboutexpects to pass over Governor Harmon supplied the orig¬
The house of Gulscppe Rampolla, a general of.the Hankow.Sze-Chuan list policy been based. On the tained no information on which tho midday. inal suggestion for the plan, accord¬
This Is not tho first attempt made relative of Cardinal Rampolla. haä
been overwhelmed by the lava, which Railway. Is expected at Wu-Chang to¬ dent fo, the present Journey the presi¬ Ward started
prosecutors or Attorney-General of this morning andfrom Paterson, N. J., ing to Governor O'Neal. In the sharp
against the life of Premier Stolypin Is expected soon to enter the Alcan¬ morrow, to hasten the movement of, Tariffhas set down "the' tariff" and "the Ohio could base further prosecutions a was In the air only dobate which followed the measure's
of alleged legislative corruption. He on minute'when he had to come down
Whon Oovernor^of aaratov in 10eS th« troop train. ' Board" as two subjects for set Introduction. Governor Harmon took
tara River. Three thousand years
three shots won?' fired at him. but the lava from Mount Etna swept Into ago The nrrested ringleaders of the re¬ addresses. said in part: account of engine trouble. At 9:20 no part.
His veto of the wool bill, the cotton he took to
¦without effect. On August 25, 1906, a the river, the bed of which Is now bellion Include the president and the bill "I wish to emphatically repeat at twenty miles the air again and flew Introduction of the motion was
bomb was thrown whllo Stolypin, then sixty feet deep. The entire crest of vice-president of the Sze-Chuan und the farmers' free list bill have
this time what I have always strenu¬ ing down at to Sloatsburg, N. Y., com¬ tirely unexpected by the majority'en¬of
Premier, was holding a public recep¬ Etna has been changed by the vincial assembly. The latter was pro¬ not been set aside for separate ously maintained since the very Incep- He went up 9:46 to get his bearings. the delegates. Governor
tion at his country house. The Premier disturbance, ragged elemtlonspresent
appeared which look like the teeth
rested at Hankow, whither It Is bo- j speeches, but that they will be dealt ngaln.
tlon of the alleged legislativ x expos¬ miles had to come tohut after a few ringing denunciation of what Aldrlch's
.was slightly wounded. Thirty-two of Immense saw. lieved he had Journeyed with the in- with In the two general addresses Is ure, mat 1 have no confession of any engine near oarth to tlx his ed the Invasion of the functions and
persons were killed and a still larger tentlon of fomenting an agitation In highly probable. The tariff may Is not prove character or of any sort to make. Mlddletown, N. Y. After rights of tho States by the minor Fed¬
"A confession prima facie Implies lunching
numoer wounded. Including the Pre¬ i Hupeh province. tho leading topic, although It ho went on to Callcoon. eral courts, discussed during the fore¬
mier's flfteen-year-oid daughter and
his three-year-old son. At that time
CHILL IS GIVING WAY The situation generally Is regarded Includethe President's plan. Other subjects
reciprocity, conservation, tho guilt or guilty knowledge- I a.n not noon session, provoked enthusiastic
there was a reign of terrorism In many
as very serious. Nevertheless,
Weather Bureau Send« Out Promise of reliability of Chinese reports, the un- peace treaties, marrlsge and divorce, guilty, I
have no guilty knowledge of
of others, und, I say this now,
HEAVY FROST DAMAGE applause and was foUnw>d In the af¬
ternoon by an address by Governor
parts of Russia. Warmer Weather. which the trust problem, financial reform, the Francis E. McGovern, of Wisconsin,
are now the main source of Informa¬ even in tho face of adverse finding Sen Englai 1 Crops Suffer t t Extent of
When Stolypin accepted the premier¬ Washington. D. C.. September 14.. tion, necessitates a suspension of Panama Canal, reform In Judicial pro-- of a Jury." upon the same topic. With the subject
ship In July, 1906, he was perfectly The Weather Bureau to-night promises judgment until more complete and re¬ cedure. Alaska and the government de¬ Continuing, the former State officer
Boston. September 14..Damage of
fresh In mind, the Governors debated
conscious of his danger. He remarked an equlllzatlon of temperatures, which liable Information Is available, partments. * ti.o question for an hour or more
at that time: "I have no doubt that
during the past thlrty-slx hours have i The relief force from Wn-Chang will will be "swing" 13,000 miles In length.
The beginning to-morrow maintained that ho had executed his more than $500.000 was done to Now fore Governor O'Neal Introduced 'be¬his
attempts will be made upon my life, about uuly faithfully and honestly, but ad- England crops by a heavy frost during motion. 1
but I hope that order will be restored ranged from 102 In Concord's, Kan., rake four weeks at least to reach Twenty-four States will be visited, and milted that he had accepted extra com¬ the early houra to-day. With 'the
yesterday, to 26 In Northfleld, Vt., and Cheng-Tu. and the full pensation, "for years the custom of weather forecns'.cr predicting continu¬ During his speech. Governor Aldrlch
Greenville. Me-, to-day. The change situation In the capital gravity
tand scablllty established in Russia of tho In eighteen the President will speak. referred In terms of condemnation to
before they are successiul. of Sze-Chuan In Kansas. Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri. ! the strgeant-at-arms of the Senate, ed cold weather for to-night, farmers tho decision of Justtuo
United States Circuit Sanborn, In the
to cooler weather In the plains States province is now realized. for furnishing informtlon to persons In this section are discouraged. of tho
As Stolypin outlined thi policy of promised for to-morrow was Indicated Montana, Idaho, California. Oregon, A Court,
the government, it was to be one of In the maximum of 96 recorded to-day I nst GntnliiK Ground.
Washington. South Dakota, Minnesota Interested in the status of legislation. disastrous spring drought, then pro¬ Minnesota rate case. He explained
Wisconsin he will spend many of "However," he continued, "I can longed rnlns. too Iste to benefit their
"strong-handed reform." He promptly
issued circulars to tho provincial au¬
In Concord.a and Wichita, Kan., St. Chung King. China. September 14.. and busiest days. These States are
his truthfully say that evry one of tho products and now unexpected frosts
that the point of the decision was
tho State's Intrastate rate law that
thorities, directing them to spare no Joseph. Mo., and Oklahoma City. Okla. Because of the gravity of the situa¬ labeled "Insurgent" by those who keep thirty-four members of the Ohio Sen- have made this a particularly hard was
In St. Louis and Kansas City the max¬ tion here as the result' of the revolu¬ York. Colo¬ ate will make affidavits that from tho year.
unconstitutional, because It could not
effort to prevent disturbances. As imum to-day was 94. with 92 recorded tion, the British consul, who is tem¬ the political books. New Pennsylva- beginning to the close of the lust ses¬ The tobacco crop In the Connecticut
he enforced without Interfering- in Its
minister of the Interior, prior to taking in Des Molnes rado. Wyoming. Illinois and operation with the authority of the
over the premiership, he w. s assailed Relief alBo was prom¬ porarily in charge of American inter¬ nls will not be slighted, out in those sion 1 never asked one of them to vote Valley received a severe blow from Interstate Commerce
in the Duma, .in n.-King his first ised, for the Middle Mississippi and ests in this district, to-day Issued an States the President will not have to eithet for or against utiy measure of the frost, growers announcing the loss he thought, was ."'ommlssion. This,
Lower Ohio Valleys to-morrow. order warning all The same political clearly an Invasion of
The premature chill which has held ish citizens In theAmericans and Brit¬ work so hard
epeech, with cries of "murderer and any bill. on this product alone in Massachusetts
"assassin," when he defended the al¬ upper districts of
New England and Che Atlantic States the province of Sze-Chuan to leave Im¬ bookkeepers creditofthem
to the "pro¬ "Now, with reference to the last ses¬ and Connecticut wllf be approximately "It Is a measure of vital Import¬
leged Illegal acts of police officials In Its grasp was likewise giving gressive" wing the Republican sion, if the money was actually used for $400.000. Garden truck ol all kinds ance to the States," declared Governor
and provincial governors In the sup¬ way, mediately for places of safety.
and a rising temperature Is predicted party. Michigan, which has been the purpose of influencing legislation, was severely damaged O'Neal, "and as such It should be dealt
The revolution Is gaining called "Taft Insurgent." will get a lot
pression of disorder. for this entire region, the lake region ground. It Is believed fast no It was entirely without my knowledge. with b>' the States through their chlel
The retaliatory steps which he took that food of the President's attention. I never did see any money unlawfully-
agalns. Iha terrorists and liberals alike
and the Upper Oh'o Valley. has entered
Tho national capital rhlvered to¬ and probablyCheng-Tu the besiegeddays,
for many The trip begins in Boston to-morrow used." DREAM LEADS TO ARREST executives. The States ought to act ir.
union and voice the Indignation ol
day, with the coldest September 14 on on short rations. Heavy firing Is are night. stop. Washington York, see the
won the detestutlon of the advanced already Syracuse. New Is the He Carried Xo Message. the entire people of tho country before
parties ant. the support of the admin¬ record In forty years, the minimum be¬ ported from that quarter between the re- first will Regarding the charge against him Chief Merely Una to Petentrate Allnx the United States Supreme Court. 1
istration. "Stolypln's necktie" becamo wind-up on November 1. In addition that he carried a message from F. S. to Find Fugitive. think
synonymous for the hangman's rope
ing 46 degrees. loyal garrison and rebels, among to the President. Secretary C. D Harrison to Senator L. R. Andrews, by Columbus, Ind., September 14..On mlttee that represent tous before com-
wo ought appoint s
throughout Russia. He quarreled fre¬ whom there are probably many sol¬ Hilles. Major A. W. Butt, Dr. Thomas rcasun of which Andrews, Indicted with the strength of a dream Chief of Po- 1 court."
quently wltn tho Duma, and was vic¬ HE HAS A QUIET NIGHT diers. I* Rhoades. the President's physician; him, "solicted and accepted money to lice Stanley J. Cooper, of this city, "Why don't you put that In the form
torious In his disputes w'th the Among the missionaries who have two stenographers, three secret ser¬ influence his vote, Diegle wrote: "I arrester Rufus Edwards, at Eaton, of a motion?" asked Governor Jamet
because of the confidence which body the arrived here In safety are the Cana¬ vice men and nine newspaper men will
Chicago Man dorn to Jail to Escape dians, stationed at luchow, Mr. and accompany him. never carried a mebsage from Harrison j On the ntghc of September 2 Cooper Hawley. of
Emperor reposed in him. Wife's Tongue. to Andrews, never arranged a meeting dreamed Rufus Smith was wanted for "I move, Mr. Chairman," was the
Mrs. C. J. P. To-Day His Birthday. between these men, and at that time contribution to child delinquency in reply of the Alabama Governor, "that
Chicago, September 14..Harry Burg, Ferguson andJoliffe, Breckon. Mrs. W. D. The train will consist of three Pull-
MAINE IS "WET" TO-DAY a piano manufacturer, told
E. R. Lüchow Is didn't know that Senator Andrews Delaware county. So Impressed was this conference appoint a commlttet
Municipal about fifteen miles to the Southeast of man sleepers, a dining car, a baggage knew such a man as Harrison." he by the vision that he wrote to tho of (Ivo Governors to take
Judge Newcomer to-day that last ; Cheng-Tu. car and a day coach. To-morrow will After making public his statement Chief of Police of Muncle. as may be necessary, before the United
Vteault May Dc ChuiiKc<i Apnln When night's was the first quiet sleep he be President Taft's fifty-fourth birth- The Chief
Dlegle deported for Springfield, Ohio, Informed the of Police of Eni on had States Supreme Court to see that the
Discrepancies) Are Ailjunted. had been having a spat," he told the Commander W. O. Miller. In com- day. and he plans to spend tho day with his wife, expecting to return hero chief of Muncle that) Ru- rights of the States sro properly
Portland, Me., September 14..An ap¬ been married. He was In Jail. "We mnnd of the United States cruiser I quletlv on the- links at Myopia and at pro-
parent majority of 13-1 votes for re¬ had been having a spat." h told the New Orleans, flagship of the American Parrnmutta. Mr. Taft expects to re- to-morrow, when his case comes up ftls Edwards was wanted there on the I teeted."
In tho Circuit Court. If the court sets charge, mentioned On Investigation Some Opposition.
peal of the liquor prohibitory amend¬ court. "My wife said she would call squadron on the through Octooer.
Yang-Tse-KKiang. Is main In Beverly the President's depart- a time for hearing on the appeal, a it was learned that Edwards had also Opposition was encountered frotr
ment of the Maine .Constitution was the police. 'Anything to please.' I an old Richmond boy, a brother of Or ""On the eve of further stay will be granted of execu- been known as Smith, and he was ar¬ several 'delegates on tho ground that
told her. 'I'll call them myself.'"
announced In an official statement Is¬
sued to-night by State Secretary Cyrus
Clifton M. Miller, a member of the ure, John Barrett, director-general of
When Burg reached the police sta¬ City -Council. Commander Miller Is a the Pan-American Union, who attend- tlon of the sentence of the lower court, rested.
which expires Monday.
the expenses of the committee could
not, legally, be paid pro rata
I States, and Governor Stttbbs, ofhyKan-
"W. Davis as to tho outcome of Mon¬ tion there were half a dozen relatives graduate of Annapolis, the
day's elections. The secretary's re¬ receiving his ed the ground-bre; king ceremonies of
waiting to bail him out, but the hus¬ earlier education In private schools In the Panama Exposition at San Diego, COLONISTS RESCUED sas, moved the appointment of a com-
port Is based on Plgned returns from
"It was the first time I ever got the
Richmond. Press dispatches yester- and traveled up tho Pacific coast, FISK'S WIDOW STRICKEN mlttee of three, who could employ
announced that Reap-Admlral J. brought him cheerful news to-day. Mr-
best of my wife." he said. "I'd rather day Murdock. fhe
Tried Their Fortunes In Celba and their own State's attorneys to drafl
Certain discrepancies which indicate B Uarrett told the President that the
ranking officer In elfte coast was Intensely interestedPa- ilma Led a Secluileu Life in Boston Nearly Died of Starvation. stielt papers as might be necessary
errors by town oincials In go to in 11 than listen to a woman, the district In which the in Since the. Stokca Trugedy. New Orleans. September 14..Two
th* vote are not taken into account in wouldn't you?" rioting has heads of families, four women nnd Under his motion the committee was
had transferred his flag to his visit, that it did not consltlor It Boston, Mass., September 14..Mrs.
tho secretary's report, as the law re¬ Judge Newcomer did not answer and occurred, Orleans from the Saratoga. a political pilgrlmas« and that every-
the New Lucy D. Plsk. widow of James Flsk,
seventeen children, survivors of a party
of twenty-eight, which left rolk coun¬
"nppointed by this confeernce to rep¬
resent the- Governors' conference in
quires the. Burg added. "Oh. well, you don't know The New Orleans Is proceeding to Han¬ where he had stopped the people were
to tabulate Secretary
of State simply who was killed In Now York by Ed¬ ty. Fla., nnd South Georgia some time this case, and to tile briefs with the
trie figures as received. my wife." kow, accompanied by the United anxious to see Mr. Taft once more. ward S. Stokes In 1X72, suffered a pur- uro to try their fortunes near
Those d'screpancies are declared by a-«
States cruiser Helena. The Saratoga alytlc shock at her homo, 326 K Street, Honduras, were rescued from Celba, fever, Supreme Court as a protest, against
leaders of the anti-repeal side to be pestilence and starvation and brought Justice Sanborn's decision."
(sufficient to change the result to a EGG SHOWER FOR PREACHER was dispatched to Woosung. WOMAN AND DOG HALT CITY South Boston. She occupies a room In
the home of Fred Bowker. Ahout fwo
here to-day by a United States fruit
steamer without cost.
Governor Hartley, of Missouri, sug¬
gested that Governor Harmon, of Ohio,
Plttsburg Milliner and Poodle Hold months ago Mrs. Flsk had a first stroke, found penniless at Celba, They a were
Only the canvass of the vote
Governor and council Inter can by the
With Family and Guests, Bombarded
for SPenk-Easy Crusnde.
INDIAN CHIEF EXECUTED Up Work by Municipality. from which she rallied, lection was taken up to wherethe col¬
most famished colonists. Five of their I
be appointed chairman of the e.ommtt-
teo. Governor Stubbs embodied the
adjust Plttsburg. Pa.. September 14..The Friends of Mrs. Flsk say her condl- suggestion in his motion, and Included?
any discrepancies of this sort. MUlsbord, Del.. September 14..Rev. wluan Guerrero Snld to Have Been raising of north side streets above tlon Is not serious. She Is seventy number hnd died of fever In Honduras.
The colonists will be sent to Tampa. Governors Hadley and Aldrlch as 'the
Press returns compiler) in th-- city J. H. Gardner, pastor of the Methodist Lured to Mexico by Government. Hood level is being effectively blocked years of ago, and has lived a retired, two other members.
indicated to-night a 'dry majority of Church, who has been attacking speak¬ Eos Angeles. September 14..Juan by an Indignant milliner and her pet nlmost secluded, life in South Hoston Governor Gllchrlst, of Florida, who
356. taking into account the alleged easies which he alleges exist In, the
discrepancies in town clerks' reports town, his famllj and several visitors.
Ouerrerd. noted Cucapas Indian war poodle dog. toMayor Mugeo went an his for more than twenty-five years.
chief and reputed bandit, was executed automobile
the north side on
in- DOG GUARDS FANCIER at ilr .t opposed, later supported the
while sitting on the porch of the Gard- In Ensenadn. bower California, last
specllon tour. trouble?" he amendment, as substituted, but urged
Only Employer of Mnn Who Fell on that the "gentlemen
"What's the inquired of TO FINANCE TOBACCO POOL
FROM JAIL ByTe^OPLAN'c nor home last night, were bombarded
with eggs by unknown persons. Mrs.
Peter Shockley, one of the visitors, was
Friday, according to word brought to the contractor when he saw all of the
Eos Angeles from the peninsular cap- men loafing.
ital. Couriers bearing the news set
"Don't you see that woman and her J. R. Haggln Will Aid Hurley Society.
Street Could Call Thent Off. sleep on tho ques¬
Casasuqua. Pa., September 14.. tion over night." and culled attention
When Peromlah Lasar us, horseman to the had that the hour for adjourn¬
PrisonerBuilding Machine to Fly struck by an egg, and a shower of eggs
Awny In When Sentence Expire". out for Campo. on the Mextco-Callfor- sana A. he asked, pointing to Mrs. Su-
poodle?" Lynn, who was In the
SICCIO.OOO Factory to Be Built. nnd fancier, fell dead on the street to- ment
arrived. His voice was
Fishkill Landing. September 14._ fell on the porch and lawn. other ath-
The nia boundary, where a band of about 1 of her store, holding her pot dog Lexington. Ky., September 14.James
B. Huggln Is reported to have virtu¬ day his two faithful rocker spaniels, when quiet cries for the motion, and
was restored. Governor
letlc sixty Cucapas are said to be waiting Winks. "She %von't let us proceed."
Timothy Rafferty. aged thirty five. Is chasedpreacher and some Into a, lap.:
the egg throwers
for the returns of their chieftain. The Mayor was powerless to Inter¬ ally agreed to aid In financing tho
which were his Inseparable compan¬
ions, not only guarded his body, hut Shafroth, of Colorado, urged that the
eervlng a sixty days' sentence in the and captured Charles Dlckson, who wa.s Guerrero left Los Angeles for Ense- fere, for Mrs. Lynn owns the building Burley Tobacco Society in its pooling drove away Undertaker Frederick, action of the conference ba lnaTTe
Dutchess county jail for the theft of charged with malicious ! nada. ten days ago against the ndvlco and refuses to allow the city to raise arrangements. A committee has been who came to remove the remains to J unanimous.
several articles from his mlschlgf In the of friends. His visit was said to have It. The Mayor thinks Mrs. Lynn will appointed to arrange the final details. "Suppose, Governor," asked Governor
Frank Scott, at Vcrhank. In employer, said thatwhichhad Issued, although he
been prompted by a promise from tie reconsider,, though she camped outside Mr. Haggln, It Is said, will assist In
his home. Not until Frank McCarthy
his employer, was gotten from bed nnd Gllchrlst, "that the Supreme Court had
moments, when he Is not making hats '.tho egg throwing. nothing to do with already made up Its mind, would your
end baskets or tidying up the Jail¬ Mexican government to treat with him her store nil night on a cot with her erecting a $2,250,000 manufactory. It taken to the scene would the dogs
over the restitution of lan'^s formerly dog as a guard. Is understood that many of the larger leave the body. committee go up and bulldoze It 'nto
er's, office.for he Is a
Xerty Is now building "trusty".Rnf- belonging to his tribe- Couriers who tobacco growers will also support the I changing Its opinion?" The reply was
which he expects to slide off the
In STEAMER IS AGROUND brought back word of his death said ECHO OF FAMOUS MURDER poor with their entire output.
NEW CABLES TO LIFT TAFT lost in the laughter that followed.
Hoke Smith, Governor of Oeorgl
that he was arrested as he left the
courthouse roof when his term ex¬ Kylakln Meets v. Mb Disaster on Mar-
pires, I I ques Reef.
Ensenada wharf. I Jewelry Which Belot-ged to Itelle Kl-
more Is Sold.
CARBOY OF ETHER EXPLODES supported the motion- "If the decision
St. LouIb City Chili Making Elevators of Justice Sanborn becomes the law o
He saw Atwood pass down the Hud- Key. West, September 14..The Rnilway SnfTera Loss. London. September 14..The Jewelry Safe for President's Visit. thl.- country." he said, "then the twi
Bon recently on his way from St. Louis British steamer Kylakln, Captain Mc- Indianapolis, Ind., September 14/. which belonged to Belle Elmore, tho Nine Peranna Injured and Murh Prop¬ \
erty Dnmnged. St. Louis. September 14..Presi¬ light zone will so broaden thnt we wll
/to New him. The the desire ro fly Intosh,
York, and which sailed from Philadelphia
September bound to Fire destroyed a -roup of five build¬ American actress, for whose murder Philadelphia. Pa., September 14.. dent Taft's visit to this city will em¬ never see daylight again In the regu
seized prisoner has' se¬ Tampico, Mexico, Is Vera Cruz and ings of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi¬ her husband. Dr. H. H. Crlppen, was Nine persons were Injured, two prob¬ brace among other functions luncheon lattori of passenger and freight rate
cured Sheriff Townscnd's permission Marques Reof, twenty-liveagroundwest
on cago and St. Louis. Railroad shops at hanged, was disposed of In an auction ably fatally, in the tire which followed
Brlghtwood. a suburb, to-day. The at the City Club, which has quarters j Once the question is decided tiiii« wa
The lot' brought about an explosion of a curboy of other to¬
to uso a portion of tho Courthouse of this port. WYecklng vessels from loss is estimated at $300,000. The five room to-day. In a downtown office building. the States' railroad commissions wi
hundred workmen escaped. After two $800, which wasprice realized single day in the storage houseWeightman &
attic for a work.ship, and it Is there here hnvo gone to the KylsJtln's as¬ the best being of the chem¬
?325, given for a To Instiro the personal safety of the j be emasculated, and then we' will re-
t;ho man expects to complete his fly- sistance and are an effort to float
steamers's cargo In Jettisoning
the hours' hard fighting the city's fire de¬ stone brilliant ring. The "flaming ical works of nt Ninth and Parris
Powers, President In ascending to the banquet turn to thnt condition whore the In
Um machine. her. partment succeeded in putting out the sun" brooch, which figured In the t»'*l Rosengarten, damage to the
Streets. The room, new cables have boon ordernd terstato Commerce Commission will
of Crlppon, brought only nog. building
Mid oontcata la estimated at «60.000. for tho. olovators I have no control of Intrastate rates an4