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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - February 24, 1906, Oshkosh, Wisconsin The Daily Northwestern SECOND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24. PRICE TWO IN OF W. K. JR 11VXS 11OV IS ITALIAN TOWN A ACCIDENT AT SHARP CORNER Speed Moderate and Lnd Crowd Out a Kicked ond Police Effect And Arrent mud I Associated Feb. incident at Pontedera which involved the detention there of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt and their turns out to have been much more ous than at first The dis- patches received yesterday evening from Pontedera simply announced thai Mr. Vanderbilt was detained there ing to an automobile accident by which a boy was but not Party Is It now appears that Mr. Vanderbilt and his chauffeur were that the former drew a revolver and that both Mr. Vanderbilt and the chauffeur tvere arrested and taken to the police Mrs. Vanderbilt was escorted to the best hotel Jn the place according to the latest she wae awaiting Boy Is Run The Vanderbilt It was not going at excessive but when turning a sharp street corner In Pontedera it ran down a a boy about five years arid him about the Though the boy was not seriously hurt his face wae covered was as soon aa its occupants no- that an accident had soon surrounded by a crowd of ex- cited people who indignantly and threateningly berated its People In the midst of the excitement the report spread that the child was dead end the townspeople became so enraged they attacked the In fact matters reached a very critical stage and Mr. believing that the lives of the party were in drew a Before he could uoa the several men jumped Into the disarmed Mr. Vanderbilt and kicked and cuffed Police to By this time the police had become aware that something unusual was happening and a party of gendarmes hurried to the scene to prefect the Owing to the fury of the people the officere took the Vanderbilt party into a neighboring shop for There they were- immediately be- by the the most violent of the urging their companions to take summary vengeance the As a coincidence the shop in the Vanderbilts were taken was owned by a. relative of the injured which did not tend to calm the feelings of the Followed by Eventually an officer of the with arrived on the scene and after the townspeople calmed down succeeded In rescuing who were taken to followed by e. crowd of shouting The leaders protested vigorously against the alleged carelessness of the automobilists and said that it time to put a stop to such In- loss of which were con- in Mr. derbilt and the chauffeur were detained at the police under and Mrs. who was shown every attention was escorted to the test hotel in TRAIN HITS STREET Sixteen People In ia jr Accident lit The Detailed Associated Feb. The Benger train on the kee St. Paul road due here at from Chicago ran Into a South waukee street car at the avenue near the Thomas Furnace Injuring sixteen completely wrecking the car and delaying railroad traffic for over an the flagman at the alleges that the signal to lower the gate was given him too and to the fact that the smoke and from the furnace had obscured the the accident was teen persons were Of these Jacob a badly cut about bead and condition Is and Luther C. In- juries consist of a serious scalp wound may prove WEBB IS Feb. liam Walter D. today coadjutor of the The y was very Isaac Nicholson by Kicht Rev. Dr. of Find du an 3 of igan Hicht of WIFE MURDERER to N. Feb. 24. a srunk In in this Hty afvr hav days Into He con- to his THE LEADERS IN THE BOWLING Include the games up three o'clock this Blue Milwaukee No. 1. Fond tlu Milwaukee Sentinels Green Bay Milwaukee Boosters Eau Claire Squadrons Hoffmann's Shawano Oshkosh Milwaukee Rodee and Milwaukee Sehaefer and Green Thiegs and and Green Zoellner and 1144 Walters and Milwaukee Hoffmann and and Menasha McCune and VanBeek and 1112 and 110S and 1105 Hecker and Rich and George and Milwaukee Deuser Fond du Lac Milwaukee J. Eau Claire Milwaukee Milwaukee W. Milwaukee Fond du Lac Milwaukee Fond du Lac Appleton Fond du Lao Some of the Faces and Phases of Humanity at the State Bowling of tlic Held at of Hcc Are to The Feb. The atory contest held in the assembly room of the High school last evening resulted In a tie for place between Milton Seizow and Catherine with Louis Albrecht in third Milton Seizow delivered Unknown in a manner that was loudly by the which was the largest that had been present at a contest of the lond for some Gertrude giving received an ovation as great as that given The score kept by judges gave the following Miss 1, 1. 5 total 7, Seizow 2, total 2. 2. tal 8. The date of tne next contest has not been decided but that one be held soon is The judges of last night's contest were Professor of the Third ward and Attorneys non and Scribner of that Mr. stated this morning that the contests would be carried on un- til after the district contest has been held at Mr. ex- to leave tomorrow morning for where he will attend the national superintendents Lyons will as principal during the absence of Mr. Menasha is having a of quiet in police justice court which Is unprecedented in the history of the Not a theft even of a petty nature has been reported in court for nearly three The gentlemen of the type are with a very few exceptions keeping away from the local Chief Jones is very well satisfied with the present condition of In fact He Is that the present tions might continue for a The basketball team sadly defeated last by the Two Rivers the score 23 at the close of the mach played the star came for the throwing twenty-two field out of thirty of the who was guarding him round It almost Impossible to prevent making a basket when he The team were experts on the ow the ball while in session being close to the floor all of the played a good game for a large age of the free made a basket from the middle of the floor which brought the crowd to Its The Two left right left right Foresters left right left right Ob- of Milwaukee was a Menasha business visitor day Pierce left last night for home at He was en- at a farewell by Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Chicago ia In the elty on 1 of to THE SPLIT The annual and tournament of the Ktate Is to u are a number of reasons for the assertion thut notable ap n In in history of the been a murk been set by tho association for ami and 1ms Mimic state association an association in fuel and not merely one hj in as nn will owe much to the Oshkosh of 1906, for from that muj be a nou MILITARY SCHOOL Feb. Twenty-nine of the scale committee of an- who have here during of demands for pre- sentation the wlH return their o a by the committee night full the demands which had declared ready for Jhe of which drafted -a ill for ns wilh the BAKU A 24 a Mr. 10 has of 11 the other TRAIL WHITE IS lhat tbe Mr. White remains I soatt mar on 3.4r. train fir hare In Is tuith Ijy an the fit 1h> to gl any of that man H. K. H of of Oed to i on AUK A 1IOBH SEVERAL OK THEM Associated Feb. buildings of Kenyon military academy burned at an early hour today and are a total Three cadets are missing and at least eight are three of wnom will probably The names of the missing have not been given out by the academy THE INJURED Rupert about the not Hart New arms and badly may not ry probably fatally slightly John U. badly burned and will not J. slightly burned about face and Homer Oak slightly S. R. ness manager of badly burned about face and Several others were slightly burned in escaping from the JUMPED INTO Barnes was one of the last to leave Delano hall and jumped from the fourth story window into a The blanket gave way and he was precipitated on to the injuries to the One leg was He will Eighty-five boys were la the tory when the broke An fort was made to effect a military for- but the younger students for- got their military training and rushed about the burning building in a shrieking and crying for THE The buildings destroyed were De- lano Milner hall and the The losses on the buildings and their contents will probably aggregate 000. The Insurance Is The origin of the fire Is This is the second time the Kenyon academy buildings have been de- by NOT KENYON The recent sensational hazing as a result of which It was alleged that a student from Cincinnati lost his took place at Kenyon a separate Institution from the tary academy which traa VENGEANCE Her ITS ANNUAL Twentieth Centura This CBy Associated New 24. Josephine Use Italian matron who on Thursday it Is Gastano Riggio and his with she had made her home before her marriage months was The charge against the young woman la as dlM In a hospital day from his Mrs. condition Mrs. toM the Shal snc bolb and his that was by tna treatment which claimed to have st handfl phe of treatment he Jive for ihls her sac bought a Pxr the and it of a NOTABLE NUPTIALS AT The Twentieth Century club its annual the most important social event of the year with the the on High street this beginning at twelve There vas un ingly large representation of the of the with a number of guests from out of the An elaborate menu wos partaken of at after which tame the gram of beginning with an of welcome by tlie Mrs. Carrie M. Mrs. E. Jewell Sawyer responded to a on the of and Mrs. Hays spoke Voice of the Other included Honest Mary E. Little Mrs. Mary Army of Mrs. Alary Bradford of Stevens Mrs. Sophie C. Simple Mrs. Grace Ti. Progressive Mrs. Sophia N. Silent Mrs. Lucy E. Morris of The decorations of the club house for the occasion are 15 THE BITE HE IS THAT Ml K III IS TU THK at Mr. In Ho a if I. Her in of Erie A TOOK Or of Wayne a fcy few They From a Score of to ttf nt In a elope and hard basketball Friday night in the Normal school the team of Stevens Point was by the kosh squad by a score of 28 to 18. The first half was slow ex- of the marked by good team work on the part of the and excessive sleepiness on the part of the In the half kosh seemed partially to awake from dreams and get In some team work and field of which comb made For the two guards did the best algo was prominent In the ball away from the The second half easy for this squad to run their own making a final score of 28 to 38. of ens Point referred the game and of the locals The dance given after the game for the visitors by of the Oshkosh boyg proved a most over couples being present In B where the affair IS appellant In the caac of Harry vs. the 50 Traction which wapi to have been argued court at Madison dismissed their Friday and of the circuit which in favor of the defendant therefore re- main This was tried In the circuit court bf this county eral years the who Is a resident of an action the company to for personal injuries through of the company's Inter-urban The Jury In the case found a i In favor of the an appeal taken the plaintiff to court TTue now benn dismissed KILLED BY to The It -A ll fatally nl SMTC 7: a of Hf fron he la D. Ft-b dent Roosevelt Is salii to be in i lent spirits over the of the Hepburn railroad rate by the senate committee on Interstate president is the way Representative the thor of the put It. president is greatly said Senator n member of the senate committee after his ence with President Several of the senate and arc particularly ed in rate legislation had talks with the president Senators and Clapp of the senate Interstate commerce commission and Speaker Cannon and Representative Hepburn discussed briefly the situation with the THINKS IT is no gloom around remarked Senator as he was leaving the executive president JH greatly please 1 and offers no criticism at I believe the will pass the pei without It will go through In practically Its Senator to have a con- ference with the president about the COMPLIMENTS don't know about ed Senator I do know what the president thinks about He me ten days ago that he regarded as a game fighter and an honest Representative Hepburn would not discuss the situation but indicated that the president gratified that the pending measure should have been reported CANNON IS an expression was sought from Speaker he Paul of he let these things move me EVENTS FOR Bundle Shower mid Plate Are Held for Minx The Misses Anna and Jennie entertained at a bundle shower last Wednesday evening In honor of Gertrude B. who IH soon to become a ovnt typing at the of the Misses on High The rooms were with different hearts and crepe a very There were twenty-four and Miss received an of wni it the and hnd 11 close Ing hurt It the which In Hie not to n Ktii I bull to by to off J the Jinci wiis In front of the when It the hull him in and fi him to Thr Uio r was hastily hut It of the In of incident to n reporter for The tuild nut but at in- the of er lie was rot the hall but he foelH the BASKETBALL f- won by the by was by M 01- PLATK Last at a Khon er In honor Jo Ton Monday of this week the In the ill the High school between the senior and Junior the juniors winning In what Is be of the most exciting und spectacular games ever played in the High school The score at the of the game stood 21 to 19. No admission was charged for first arid naturally the gymnasium nns to It the opinion of the If opening game uns a sample of the tournament would admission in no way diminish the und con- season arc now being sold us fast ILK the ciin lily of this we the met and defeated the men by u svore at 33 to 21, but tho freshmen a surprisingly strong Friday the juniors of the sophomores In a that was marked by the great number of subs on the latter In the hopes of the tide of Junior supremacy which resulted in a. score of 20 to 5. Hy the close of next week learn have played of the other teams at least once and a fairly nle estimate the strength of the four teams may be At although their defeats have In no wise put them out of the pennant the ond freshmen seem to need just a little more strengthening to overcome the two upper The rivalry between the two lower classes In this year very the sophomores won the class declamatory con- tests so that the ure keen In get even in Although the senior team contains three second Including the and two team the Juniors proving a big surprise by the reliable game they are A of the teams will be kept on the bulletin board in the of thp showing the percentage of each The Ings at the close of this week Tet 2 0 1 l o 1 o l Irving Duvey is captain of the senior Wallace Meyer of the Frank Kelley of and William Britte of the TRIAL OF anil of out a In municipal court this morning gust F. und Herman were upon a charge of violating tho state fish and by fishing In the closed Milters of Lake with set lines without having obtained a Both men pleaded not guilty and by mutual consent trial of their continued until March G at ten o'clock In tho To ensure their appearance for trial the men each furnished ball In the sum of The complaint against the men was preferred by Deputy Game Warden C. W. Hurt who has com- serving a ti rm at the county was arrested Thursday afternoon by chief of Police Gabbert on Main and up on a charge of drunkenness and disorderly In court this pleaded not guilty and trial of his case was act for next John was placed arrest by Patrolman about o'clock thiM morning for drunkenness and disorderly conduct on Main Hi He be brought before the pal Judge when he is Six were en lodging at the police station STOUT DIE OF THIS 111 OF TIIK HAS HIT A Mi MB Kit OF CO FAVOUR AFTER GOLD The Crack In for tile Special In HiH Ten 1110 Hull Some and Are for The biggest tournament in the history of tho Wisconsin State Bowling sociation closest Sunday after seven of beat scoring that has ever been dono on alloys in this every way hae been must successful of kind that prominent bowlers present at the ciin the number of entries 1 larger than and the list of lunger and of more Tonight the of the teams At eight o'clock the IUH ttam of the Elks No. 2 tin ami two hours Inter tho of Milwaukee tho of Two these are good it Is not expected that the rankings of the first six or teams now on tho list will be materially altered by tha scores of this i Some of tho and in- dividual entries have left their howling until and there will be about six hours of rolling from noon on When at six o'clock in the evening tho lust ball has been and the total added the score books of the 1906 tourney will be Secretary Frey expects to begin on tho work of ranking the various teams and Individuals Monday It thought that the complete list of will be out afternoon or Then will follow in short the distribution of the Didn't A rumor gained slight Friday afternoon that Mayor S. Hose of Milwaukee was coming to the city to witness the games of the ing and incidentally speak a word for Milwaukee delegation and their campaign for the 1907 Inquiry develops the fact it Mayor had any he did not communicate it to any of tho kee attending the He certainly omitted to take the train for for Tie has not been In the It stated by several the Milwaukee bowlers that there was talk several weeks ago of Mayor a part of the but that nothing further was heard of the Interesting I One of the features of the evening's which will attract a large gallery Is game between William Frey and Frank High grade work is assured and there is the added condition that Mr. Favour wlH either cinch or the special prize of in. gold offered for the best Individual In nine Frank a bowler who has been regarded as the best In the state in the northwest has completed his rolling and for the nine events averaged 201 and a Mr. Favour has rolled six and has an average of 205. If he ages 200 in his games of this the prize Is ORDER IN PIERSON Order for Salt nnd Alimony tn Art Ion Krom In circuit ing order Jn Virginia the that the fnr full y. in the red that said r V. Vf I nl f r LADIES j nt the Athearn Will Be tw t Phis evening in the ordinary of tho Athearn hotel ladies interested are to be given an opportunity to sue one of the billiard matches in the serks being played for the championship of the Through the courtesy of tho management of the one of tho finest in the city has been in the which Is a. commodious room capable of 100 people or Seats will be re- served for all of the fair FCX who no- the hotel officer by telephone or of their intention of beins The opportunity thus given Is ono which Is unusual in as thi re has not been recently any good h hold In a where thera adequate seating arrangements thus made meet with the approval the men who have taken an active interest In the and many will brine their wives to the match this Fred H. and Dr. L. P. Allen are to It Is exported that while thus far Mr. Sabin's run of has been will be a harl this bi fore he wins ninth of his ST Kins at eight ch of d- It all 1: i the 1< ric 1 n It or 24 Tlic Mrs. J. M 4Tr- Mr. Mrs. H. of this and Mr. of 3n St PENSION DAY IN Matv K KNEW IT WAS Wrt to tbe H Mull 37 8TKRAC. H. Timlin i m at o until to V-r FARMER ACTS it 1 ij 1fl' i Mr T. V -J 1 1T I 11- V. c 3i 1r. f i 51, 1" in -is V. T Tv S v F 1 i I- C T- I'll O 1 1C 1S. I Tl Tl 17 T 11 It 11 -J I tT 1f 1 -y i TI T n ir- 1 .it IT i i- r it T
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