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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania THE PROGRESS VIII October 14, 1913 FIRE ON SHIP DUE TO AN EXPLOSION Passengers and Grew Killed In LIFEBOATS WERE Two That Got Away From ing Liner Still Appeal From Captain Seaman Sole Survivor on On Board the Lloyd Steamship Grosser Kurfuerst Cape Oct. With 106 on board from the Steamship burned to the wa- edge during a gale in tic and abandoned last tbe Grower Kurfuerst is approaching New In This Vicinity Show creae of The mines of vicinity to keep at work and thero every prospect that be the to continue during the Stocks are tow amd there Is. a scramble for on the part of increasing scarcity dg and of Is the ruew feature of the coal mining Car bas in all due In part to a wider of to sanali who been dilatory them or and to mandi from aneas of which cars away from home says the Btock Men are scarce because is a greater to gelt max mum outputs in response to demand for coal and because at a- maim bar of mines arisen among the over v Tbe passengers and crew of the Mr Kurfuerst witnessed thrilling Scenes when their called by dis- tress signals from tbe ar rived In her They found Volturno burning fiercely and her crew and passengers helpless in the It was learned by wireless sages from tbe flaming vessel that tin had been started by an explosion the forward hold at 7 o'clock on ship's On the arrival of the Grosser Knr the flames from the hold of Volturno were leaping feet into the air through the and it learned that fifty or more of the Volturno's crew and steerage passen leers had been killed by the explosion and the Six boats were lowered ly afterward from the Volturno's dav and three of still were to pieces against the with forty passengers capsized while being launch and all were The two from sixty to eighty passengers on got but apparently were lost Altogether twelve steamships were brought by the wireless distress within ball of the The Canard liner Carmania was the first of She reached the scene at about 12 o'clock noon Then followed the the the Devonia La the the the the hannock and the Second Explosion Thursday At twenty minutes to 10 on day night another explosion occurred on the Volturno and caused a panic among her despairing passengers and The Grosser launched three boats and rescued thirty-two per who had been washed into or Jumped Into the One of the res lifeboats was out for six hours and was nearly lost AH remaining on board tbe Volturno crowded together at the after of the vessel were taken off safely after daybreak on E. second officer of the was one of the heroes tbe He fell from a height of twenty feet while repairing the apparatus on board bis bu to fight the all and at T o'clock In the evening made a tne Grosser il fa small boat with three others from The little craft wa when she was picked up by of the lifeboats from the The total number of those wred Is believed to be 023. Last Appeal From last message received from tbe commander of tbe steamship Volturno before wit crew and abandoned tbe burning vessel last Friday morn according to a wireless from the was as fol something be done to help We must abandon the He plates are Stand as May have to Jump for Captain Francis Inch handed this tne wireless operator of the fust before the latter was driven ou Of his room by the Soon aft the Volturno was a raging fur blazing from funnel to The rescue of the only taken on board the Walte a was effected h an able seaman of the His name is with floral according to the seeing the efforts of those who were to reach the man struggling In the GOAL TRADE GOOD In- MARRIAGE LICENSES at and of Bell twp. of and of DEPLORED BY HAMILTON Should Be Put Down CALLS RUSSELL AN IMPOSTOR at Glen Richey Tabernacle Grow In Interest and Are At- tended by Hundreds of of the Meeting f There were 550 present art tihe Mon day even tog meeting at the at ton's text was tiie text of HOW MONEY IS DIVIDED Shares of Men Who Played the World's Saturday's world's series game was the last to which the players will share In the On the basis 60 to the team and 40 per to the 25 of each team each of the team will amd each of losing teem Winning Totals for Four 1913. Total admissions Total receipts Total share Winner's each each man 1912 Total admissions receipts i Total share Winner's each man Mead of Might Rev. Hamilton Many share each hod up in John's days which i 1911. the apostle found it necessary to If this then how much more so In Total play shore to this country J Winner's loan each roam 147.088.85 4.022.0C SULZER ALONE No Conference Between and SECRET SESSION IS Just Decision on Question of De- termining Whether to Throw Out Charge of ed to Forecast Future For N. to the Totel Total 126.138 H. of Brady twp. I Olive G. of Christ ton all of which and i flatten upon church at j I 97 of supporters from the Christian Is 3 AN AXLE evening a crowd of young people had a picnic supper at the t a Those present The Misses Llll Lee Charlotte for A Automobile on A of Point at continued the which be begun on He had announced he would receive no callers until after tbe final which whether be retains office or Is driven from it In i convicted of high and 61 I the larceny of cam 3.J554.5t! paten funds and of perjury In bis 2.436.30 i sworn statement of the manner In j which they were j of his firm refusal to see any cullers a rumor was circulated I that there had been final break be- An i tween him and hla hto chief counsel of denied the It was asserted thul remained away be- cause they believed a personal visit Among impeached of Mongan Bind Miss Tyson JJL Ridley and Mr. Mr. Samo Dr. and Mrs. j and Mrs. William 1 an ta a h AU Of 1 hey Heavy Frost This There was a very heavy this i water standing in open j The speaker belug frozen to the c an eighth of an j upon the and do not try i to carry out the program of Josus club in Among of a as well that only of who twenty votes stand between him and in exile from political There are on from fifty of the court house to to convict by the Twenty votes nre to save a- Jury of fifty-seven Judges resolved Into a Jury and went Into AMUSEMENTS Paul and em appear at Theatre neat 16, in bjr H. S. expatriate It Is said to a tbe and lover to new pad ing It also to to M and At the New Opera might ax to Ole owner a secret session to discuss come to seek and save waa to leave the in points of i thp he could to froni j One of the first questions to be de- that Jesus j U u 6aM that suk be i was whether the Impeachment These Were Delegates following is the correct Hat of the local to thie sitate of the W. T. at Mrs. S. C. Mrs. Schomo Mrs. Mrs. the Lawrence township Visitor From William of ington visiting his Mrs. A. at her home on South Second Powell wlU be beat man at the wedding on AERO RAGE HONORS WRIGHT BROTHERS of First In Heavier Thai Mr New Oct. the 13th of 1903, Wilbur Wright made bin flight in a heavier than air chine at Kitty N. C. Not only was it Wright's Bret but it was the first sustained flight of About twenty-five all of them daring and many of them having proved to the public in more ways than one that they are not afraid of attracted the eyes of thousands of people in this vicinity when they went aloft to assist in the celebration of that flight made at Kitty Hawk ten purpose of celebrating years For tbe Wright's achievement and also to show the public what it Is possible for man to do when he is in the air the Aero- nautical society arranged a decennial celebration and international aviation which was held at the tical at Oakwood Staten The program consisted of exhibition passenger military altitude cross country battle of aviators in flight to proceed over lower bay from the bombarding nors island and the statue of Liberty Queer is the charge against tbe Yer he's public He's been around in middle o' the night up night watchmen and thin Girl Buried In Sand sand in A pit caused the death of Marie Stn h- aged With others the girl was when a huge shelf of earth burying ber beneath It. To Prevent Oct. central eral system to control the Ohio river and its tributaries is necessary If floods are to be prevented in the cording to a geological survey MR. WOODRUFFS FUNERAL Progressive Leader to Be Buried From Home on New body of Timothy L. who died in his apartments at the was taken to the home of Mr. Woodruff's Mrs. Rodney A. at 319 where the funeral will be held on Wednesday The hour of the service has not been The burial la to be in Mr. Woodruff had been unconscious for twenty-four hours previous to his and the end was expected by his This is the tentative list of Comptroller William A. William H. Chauncey M. former Governor Horace which was Mr. Hamilton held j for aa a result the attention of his tag the of by U- stories and quite also and The prayer meetings are to each day ait 10 A. at which the whistles and the bells Himself In N. Oct. of this hanged himself In the county jail He had used his penders and a part of bia TELEGRAPHIC Dr. Alfred Bull professor of German In Simmons haa been from hla home near Boston for two The football fatality of the season In when lam died of re- In a Commodore C. Ledyard Blair rescued the disabled bark with his yacht Diana In Vineyard near Newport There were eighty Portuguese Six all closely were drowned and two others narrowly escaped a similar death when a skiff overturned In the Allegheny at near FIRST HUSBAND TO HELP EATON Still Cares For Woman of Henry the first husband of Mrs. nie May Harrison the widow of Rear Admiral Joseph Giles who is to be tried at on the charge of having poisoned her is coming from Arizona to this afternoon at 2 belp and comfort bis former Mrs. Ralph P. his elder articles charging high crimes demeanors between the date of tion and his taking the oath of were There wag a serious tion in the minds of many senators on this point But as a majority vote was needed to decide this question Sulzer leaders were none too dent of having the articles thrown Chief Judge votes and the superstitious see an evil omen In the fact that Sulzer was Impeached at in the morning on Aug. 13 and now faced a final verdict on 13. Try to Forecast There were plenty of pretended prophets ready to tell Just the result One can meet them In the lobbies of Albany hotels and In the gloomy stone corridors of the They had of tbe like sure thing gamblers at the race track ing The plain truth is that up to this hour no man has absolute edge of the hot if preponderance of prediction and that Intangible at- called general opinion can. be taken as casting the shadow of com- ing events the future to very dark for Governor The voices that championed hi cause are and the defenders who were on every street corner have In their stead Is beard frequently the cynical quotation from Allan Ryan's your ther I am the same old or its paraphrase used by former Senator Brackett in his answer to Biblical com- parison of the governor to the Apostle yon Imagine Paul the opportunity of the New York dramatic It from pen of Porter There brought Ida Into prominence a Mr. play with who is. of sod Her cole ta from Mid tiMt her shouM be kept aH 6be ber kn her to not tbe power of that out ber To tempt to argue or reason with a woman IB Sbe a bad but and Her tended her in The the To save and as she she borrows aum lies to him about ft. The the suspicions of her torees a with tbe hto frightened at the ahe has brought from the For she learns a bitter discovers that there are other than social In It a new woman whom tbe band ta an attic and to lead tbe mow and better which be Throughout the UMN IB a pretty little love the sister and tbe to tbe home built OB tone love and tbe borne of appear as the wife Mid Lytton ae tbe Laura sister early in her covers where true 1MB. Agnes Wallace wilt Green old toot la grave and the other ID Other characters in the of capable Seat Ing to am the same old Charles H. Charles H. Farnsworth 80 years at the home of his C. H. 306 Fourth was the The Saturday His He was a veteran of was held states that her father will come and do everything In his power Case case against Mrs. Anna Cuneo foc 523 PERSONS SAYS ONE RESCUER Grosser Mm i i M violation of the law of New and twenty-three from to leu message received by paean of North German Lloyd the captain of the Grower one of the steamships which answered the Volturno's O 8" signal that she was burning in This Is an it two more saved than the of any other of the ships answered The S a. calls of help from 4 p. H point M 33 found hi total burning Fire com- with heavy explosion In suiting In deaths of several and Eleven steamers at of George H. William to help her Ainsworth was ltl Lorenzo Phineas L j divorced in 1906. ta her place of business j Heavy former governor of Con sister Dorothy and 1." said open on which was Jo have j seas and Two boats of art tn J u o y v run u C. C. Supreme Court Mrs. be so happy to been heard before of Justice Almet F. William G i our and I feel that mamma this has been continued for I night at dawn Gllmore and Theodore because be can help her a great j Speaking of her own j Mrs i Keyes denounced the neighborhood I gossip about her want A water from ladders hanging down the side were dived from upper deck of the and attached a lifeline to the exhausted HARRY Son of Athletic Player Suddenly at j thel baby and everything Ally i Oct. it is not the daughter j b evening of this REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS al Volturno sent boat five Were taken on Boat I Immediately Saved by 1 sixteen of Total saved all I About 100 are boats of of Almost all boats of when lowered were smashed on of high Wreck There will also be a prize of j Jr son of the for- of Mr. Keyes As soon as my given to the winner making the fastest and baseman of mother's trial 1s finished I shall enter j Sharon Korb J. I. land in flight over the following course around died suddenly at suit for Brady twp Loss of time about twenty-four The marriage took place on j Oscar to Alfred I Aluminium Aluminium ware van be polished with mixture of ammonia and wa- a soft Xew York Leave Staten proceed over Lower up the East to Harlem to Hudson to Lower to field and The second prize will be and the third Silver cups and a trophy will also be presented by the Aero- nautical society to the winners in ad dition to the above sums of Qf Young Davis did not complain of but N was stricken suddenly and died in a short So far as physicians coald of Mrs. John Haywood et al to Eaton will be well taken j AS soon as tbe of tbe steamship company's office In. Morris twp. thrown open of Smith e a4 to Matilda hurried In to get tbe latest which land ia i the line might have concerning the Ul- fleld last week practicing with i East Indian The i C. to William Pji fated Iher and the other Athletic i tjon claims that she gave him land to Sandy death was due to indigestion and heart the retired rear admiral killed Margaret disease The boy wag on Park himself by taking one of bia were tbe iW
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