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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Colorado Springs, Colorado more local ad- t foreign than paper In and Colorado COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE Hun rUr today on Ml possible of NO SHI a YEAR V Two Men Enter Citizens tional in Broad Daylight and Make Haul IN BATILE WITH POSSE Horse Shot From Under One Bandit and Pair Take to Thickets SPRINGS Colo bept Citizens National bank was robbed this shortly before COLORADO SPRINGS THt SEPTEMBER 30 A PRICK FIVE President Now Believes There Is Nothing to Which Country Can Not Aspire TO VETERANS Apples Attract Attention oi dent At Fair Today Starts South Tomorrow SEATTLE Wash Sept dent Taft reached the Pacific night two after his start o'clock by two men who from Boston Here a new phase of the E K vice president of the snd of Glenwood and T H the of Sj left by the door mounted and rode away Into the south of town PC eg were hurriedly formed and started in pursuit Earl this ing the robbers overhauled and engaged In a battle in which one of the horuss was shot but the men their Into the thickly wooded where it is believed they have a good chance to elude their pursuers At the time of the robbery E E Drach was alone in the bank with T H Davis They noticed the two men the front dooi A moment later they heard the command Hands up Thus covered by one of the men they watched the other enter the vault He soon returned loaded with booty Next he emptied the money drawer The robbers then compelled Drach and Davis to lead the way to a rear deor Keeping the men covered until they had mounted the robbers rode off Drach and Davis hurried through the bank into the street and save alarm Deputy Sheriff Divelbliss Marshal saw the men dash out of the valley and turn toward the hills The officers fired but were unable to atop their A posse was soon hi pursuit and having taken a cut over the upon robbers near foot of Mount Lookout Several were and in the f the robber's horses went down The other dismounted and both in the thicket which covers one of the rugged sections In vicinity When the posse reached the scene of the bandit's stand they found d sack containing provisions but no trace of the fugitives The men are believed to be where on the elopes of Mount out It is the belief of local ties that the loss of the one cut off the robbers from a relay of fresh horses in the hills it- was learned later that the mi which the two men escaped had obtained from a local livery ble This strengthens the belief that a relay of horses awaited them in tha mountains The Citizens bank is four old U Is capitalized at and carried against robbery i The building Is located near the mid- dle of tbe block on Grand avenue the principal business street Late tonight two suspects were ar- for complicity In the robbery is a man said to have been ing the horses ridden by the robbers The other is a man said to have given the posse Information which led them from the track of the fugitives Both are strangers in Glenwood NEW YORK Sept ton owner of the Press and Baker of a Mineola garage were Instantly killed In an accident tonight near la I journey begins and when he leaves Seattle for Tacoma Friday afternoon and leaves that city at midnight his be south Los Is reached and then comes the turn once more to the east The President and were met at the union station by a tion committee The visitors and the reception committee entered biles and preceded by a troop of mounted police started for the club half a mile distant where a re- ception was given by Richard A wife of the secretary of the Intel lor After half an hour at the club the President and his escort went to the Hotel will be the home of the visitors The was permitted to retire early after greeting the Tale club which was holding a dinner and reception at the hotel A great throng of people waited for the President at the railroad station and along the brilliantly lighted streets which he passed The Visit to the exposition will begin tomorrow morning and Mr Taft will first tour the grounds After luncheon he will make an address in the natural theater The President also will speak at a banquet at the exposition grounds at night In AppU Famous Freak Banking Occupation oi Ml Browns Put to Severe Test by ure ol Trust Company Successes ot Spanish Army in WHOLE STATE ENDED Failure oi Law to Work Means Financial Panic Further Levy May Be Necessary May Mean Creation oi pendent Colony South ol the Mediterranean j OKLAHOMA Okla Sept MADRID With a supply of money received from fished 1 the state fund supplemented t i of the of the by caish on hand in thp Lank State ni ish arm i a crowned tlic of Mount Moorish Uncle Joe says there are no flies on prosperity How about the infant NEW YORK Sept Wright circled the great Statue of Liberty at the entrance of New York harbor in bis aeroplane today while In the upper part of the city two huge dirigible balloons failed in their task This the day of flight of the The on hte way to a for the Both Wright and country its in the way of raising At North where he the entire forenoon and made an address the President saw one of the oldest districts in the far west The great yield of apples especially attracted his attention and brought from the announcement that ha was extremely fond of that fruit The President anent the subject of apples lhat they reminded him a good deal of human nature Home apples that are beautiful to be- hold from without are found to be tasteless and mealy within while ers not pretentious to look at are to have the meat the Juice and taste that go to make up real character The President met an old Cincinnati friend at North Yakima She Is Mrs Betty Hodges formerly Miss Betty Kvans Mr Taft was best man at her wedding In his Yakima address the President took occasion to pay a tribute to ator Wesley L Jones of Washington who joined the party at Spokane Governor Hay of ton In introducing the President de- dared that it was through him that the Pacific toast haa In the national cabinet of the Republican party and for president In 1912 he placed In the Hon Wesley Jones In nominating Senator Jones for a plate on the said the I do not tee why Governor Hay name him for the should not on NEW YORK Sept representatives of 25 nations and dal nf 28 down to a tonight In the Hotel as of- guests of the commission Theie were In addition of eight and of four and personal of the and the tin It wni OIIP of the thut the country his In thr ware n t thf its hut I d inn of thf Mrd Into linn nf thp HIP nf this in PI th inn i ook menMon In nu hv e d that Itr found who American It not who followed n index finger to International Hi In tre Hi and i i i HI i t h no from the Minnesota Allowed the to the German Italian and British IRIS In the big rate closed tht spoil thin afternoon The regatta included also races ex- foi men of American and naval mi- Thp fleets their Thp and of the N N ork when thp H mid thp up the Hint Hnn to n the and towns which now part HI the In York i will i i hi IP hut long the son uid Fulton craft it will i t Thf Hilf Moon snd d nn of I tilted Thp U soared successfully from Governors island in their mo bi- planes both great dirigibles manned respectively Capt Thomas Baldwin and George L Tomlinson and entered the New York World's New raie were forced to descend because of mechanical before they were well under Wright made three al flights and made one brief at and headed north on the though spin of 30 Baldwin his dirigible landed in the Hudson river less than an hour after his while son after remain IMS i the air from 11 36 i m until 1 n in dow n to earth N Y 22 from Neither of the was Curttes was Hist to the earth and at a dawn had hardly broteen MANY DELEGATES DISAGREE WITH THEORY Mining Holds at After Inspecting and Millb TONOPAH Sept The American which opened at to Tonopah anil after a spent In Mailing iniUs In the oldest in the Houthem vada field as guests of tho held a session of thr here late in the afternoon followed bi another one in the evening This noon on relating to ruining were The principal n Kiito H mining of St Louis J A of the branch of the V geological Mr On of mining Is n various of and to how be met with the strong of nf several of whom on the of thr tlon in fed taxation of Idle h would fon heir Holmes subject The Tn of n i- An paper on the of tho laws In Ihi ein rend Minen of i of Sun i H in minniK In told thr of the Com- I k to ni ill n M 01 I tli on w ti of tl f mi n in to i I h HMI nf tpp M led n ago i to mining HOBO GROUND UNDER i TRAIN SO an Hour At o'clock Wright made his first ascent encircling Inland and remaining in the air for seven utes After an hour's rest Wright again went aloft this time remaining In the air for ait minutes and 3 attaining a speed estimated at 50 miles an hour and with a glorious sweep out passing ly around the great of liberty a third flight at this afternoon a Wg crowd Wright machine showed greater speed than that of Curtise but the Curtus seemed to keep its equi- librium better and on an keel Wright in fact met with one m his flight when a wing tip struck thp on ing and machine s action in circling the Statue Liberty today Is taken as a lenge to for Turtles it will be was the first to mention such R flight From now on It expected thai the two aviators will strive to outdo each although neither do anything Tomlinson was the to start on the dirigible balloon trip He got away h ir a of their ll I hn i ItOl tin i i towed f 11 I In ttr 1 H I h 1 I i r III 1 IIP illr k nil t DAUT DIKT ut v Pa WEIGHT To bt much over m proportion to In the standard upon of ance companies Is Fatty of apoplexy usually in swell ThsM art to prevented not the amount fat-formlnfl food oil and graham corn bread and apples Drinking much wattr a to up pre a reduction In amount Of I think It bet ttr to drink normal of water from to two aM control on vugar and fat two of In morn Ing or dry grahim or corn at noon with a handful of or In or or Hid fruit Or rf in with a of cocn out butt ir A glass of may to Walk from to ton naily by rn side of the Hudson Baldwin arose at U 52 shot out di- Bank Commissioner Young about 400 depositors of the Columbia Bank and company which pended ester day No excitement pre- j makes a glorious the people trusting I ot w-r tlw the state's guaranty j of troops Tj to Mannas J statement as to s Aft t condition tonight a of JT and Investigation of its assets 1 Manna J The report started today that a i number ot state batiks would in J j assessment by to the Columbia depositors was I j tonight when ials I announced that they had assured of the support of the state Interest throughout the today j WHS intense The Columbia company twats the reserve for 150 other state banks and hatl on deposit 300.900 of their Failure I in the application of the guaranty aw would mean ruin to many of those a financial panic in tile state The banks that that it woultt ol life to on a in tbe ud that the making raids fiom of must or he withdraw it yanked nnd wait d until he men and bS i- non divided into on n lino s nt north to i Ties tiv of A i- tatk and the other Both a I and touan over the middle of the Hudson and began traveling toward the state jit Is claimed thp tat not tbp Colombia Bank and company i the evacuated the ten iton i nf their Oklahoma reserve agent have I no wh 1 agreed not to join in thp demand for their deposits This redut the state s immediate under the lau If all banks should capital In a few moments he was lost to more than to to view n a slight mist puff of j more than 1 now available wind snapped one of rudder ropes that was forced to In tbe I The sUte V 230 off the shore -J it that One And Ninetieth transferred to state banks if street The balloon came down I essary ily Captain Baldwin threw out nets and from the battleships Rhode Island New Jersey and North Carolina swarmed to his rescue in Baldwin swung himself Into a boat without getting wet the forces sealed the sid the mountain and planted the on Its summit f m i n tind not Uar fro u lhr i f I i i I hi i i i M i i i il 1 to t n b k of the Moo i it fit lal ih lor i i u In Meantime Tomlinson Of about 306 feet been going when both and oil tanks began leaking Fearing an plosion he was forced to come to earth near Plains GOTHAM REPUBLICANS tai j the and the su Mount FUSION SLAtt j NEW YORK Sept Fusion as the Kew York is concerned the Republican n thp Which had been this a conference committee of the fusion representing inn Inde pendent political and civil organizations jat a meeting here indorsed of for UlMi of th to arouse a nf enthusiasm which will h thr MauiA whose upon I struggle with inn doubt i rh to take Mh f th ONE SIDESTEPS BAILEY OFFER Get Votes on No Matter What of Tariff Platform situation to oi in and the of s-i lain of in n ndf nt coli Africa to for Ing be vi As il Moroc o psi the Spain will Spanish IN NEW BRUNSWICK can be foi manj The tht of the are immensely rt f DISASTROUS FLOODS PORTLAND Me sept of the floods In the histor of northern and eastern and New Brunswick resulting from heavy rains of tbe last days has caused great damage Washouts on railroad lines j have interfered greatly traffic i and a number of cities towns are I R fnr rf ut off from One I of and i VM has been reported FORMER LEADER CF DEMOCRACY IS DEAD LINCOLN Neb Sept J who reached home from the tonight said he knew nothing about his proposed debate on tariff with Senator at Atlanta On lie hoard said was what he read in papers and un- til hf had an opportunity to look and mail tomorrow he j not answer any j Mr Mid If he should in joint dehai with si it vould be before the of November as had which would bis until then ATLA.NTV Cn Sept re to tbp proposed be- and J or Baitty tht vi I I in at 1 t e i Mr HM i ltd I id do but he on thp K Hit n militate against ttl i in the next con- MEXICANS HONOR TREVINO Sept of the u Ui thH cann to Ino m thief of tlu occurs V of about 5 people WAS a of the r w tr il i hli honn Mr v i- to in in in of the n and 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