Colorado Springs Gazette, September 21, 1909

Colorado Springs Gazette

September 21, 1909

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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1909, Colorado Springs, Colorado .The the HOME PAPER paper that Into the Iwmes to rrid by tlir mid dangh. (he COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE The is news at The IHMIIC rH :WTH YEAH SI'HINGH, TLEHMY, SEPTOMBUIt From New Orleans to Pensacola Violent Winds and High Tides Do Damage. LOSS OF UFE UNKNOWN Wires Down and Tracks Washed Out. Lowlands Inundated and Crops Destroyed. XfcW ORIGANS, attaining a velocity of fO miles an hour at New Orleans tonight, the West Indian hurricane which struck the Stars and Stripes on Every Hind Will Show Rare Spirit oi Patriotism. DETAILS ARE COMPLETE Citizens Are Asked Not to Bother Presidential Party at Depot as Tiroe Here Is Limited. Chairman Horace G. Lunt of the committee in charge President Tuft's reception here tomorrow after- noon, tho following revised route city for the preni- and Mtoftiwippt giat coast] piirty: hi tto iDtentuty late to- nlgat. It left four dead at New Or- leans and perliafw along- the From Rio Grande North Park -place to nouth on CriscsJe avenue to Flk'-s l-vnk avenue; east on Plken Peak avuui to gulf coast, though no definite ml- avenue; "orth on of mar tall ty in other have thus far received property in oicred i wen wiiroofed and ir-'iy frail taild- jmnWIy 'With aJl U is toiposslWe ascer- tain the loii life or pruverty along the gpir coast. llie slfwer Miuk, hot no IKes .rete lost.2.' Much crty aloug the Htcj fkont MOBILE, Ala., Sept. this morning the weather bureau re- ported the velocity of the wind from to 38 miles aji hour. The water WHS rising. Commerce street; through which trainl enter and leave the f the tiring four Lighting: Schema Tourist Stiffen IK Also Fscoui- Name Committee. Additional impetus i' the the of streets la the district of Colorado when the of Chamber of Commerce yesterday sft- ernoon Adopted renulutlons authorijmir T. Ohah-man of Tmft Reception Comtnit- 'tee. nue to Bijou street into North park; out of North park to Tejotj street; south on Tejon street to Pikes Peak avenue: west on Pikes Peak avenue to Cascade avenue; north on Cascade avenue to San Miguel street; east on San Miguel street to Nevada avenue; south on Nevada .avenue to la Poudre street; west on Cache la Poodre street to the Decorate With Flags. As the President's time here ia very limited, it will be impossible for him to shake hands with'the thousands of people assembled to see him. It will also be useless and annoying to the President for the crqwd to assem- ble at, the station. He' will sU-p from his train Into a waiting automobile and proceed at once to North park1, where he will speak for a period of time not exceeding 10 minutes. Spectators are (Continued on Pajrt Two.) At Detivor IctnorrOW night Mr. Tftfl probably of the conservation OMAHA Neb statutes thin It" mske to d Taft, leaving the "insurgent" state. In his of next of Minnesota and Iowa behind him, stopped In Omaha, for the afternoon and evening on his way tu the Pacific coast. The President found Omahs In midst of a cur To the possibility "f trmiMe. Mnyor Dam- "rterefl to rurt during tho rreolrtenl'ii May1 called off. The strlk'1 not prevent the gsther- of frank and clear, and sounded so mtu-'h onfi good oM Uncle (Jrovr's. ihnt 1 felt possibly the government might be safe In the hands of one Re public art, "There is no about my mis- sion .to the east, I go to carry out the 'irit Bbanyhai go with i profound and confiileiic? iri the Chinese people, and pride in 'the work to be What- ever is for the great prosiwrtty and of the Chinese thtH is the thing JUSTICE GAYNOR FOR MAYOR OF NEW YORK NEW YORK. Sept, The first In-.. rjfpemlcnt ttody of citizens Ot Greater New York to ft candidate for niHvnT for the mppruarping municipal tonight for this honor. Court Justice William Gay-. Wheii the method of electing the nor of was nominated upfwith enthusiasm at Cooper "Union al muss niBt-tJiig of the "Municipal thereof for consideration, was a wiile dif- feraiee of opinion as to the method j Democracy." tin organiwitkMi ni pn.v- that would most comprehensively re- .Iwnioi-rats of the city. The The resolution also rwonitnenJs tho j the choice of the Council. T.hcr j iwtition to make the nornlna soon afterwards U.H is practi- was no Of persons deemed eligible lion was then circulated, cable of Nevada avenue, bvtween.l KiowH and HuerfHrto streets, and of I from Nevada west to the via- j duct, and of Ktijwa between Nc- vada and roflcade aveniirs. of the impiTtHnt 'hat permanent improvements to the streets avenues tn tht derive sei'tlon be with the best available road-building material to br found In the nearby this (Continued on Page Three.) j thousand are were obtaint-tl. Knlghtd of Ak-wr-tter The initiation iidiittlly of hurlMwjin> etitltlpd were gawts of the city and used time studying i ivHhous Industries snd instltutlonp i I They were received by Mayor Haynes t tuirt Inter were a rwrptkw at the chamber of 1 In niHklnjj way the I which the candidate for admission tnken for sn rldis through th> and _____ He nearly every building In fvmaha and received t nils from who In front. and cheered loudest the was a gwert ttw'Knights of at dinner Omaha club A_rd "dtn" tlM famoua Initiation in 1W for in hUt honor. At DM hM trip. today th- Prwldenl of the Important. policy he outlined Hf at the to take rnmilnent part Tonight, however, the program vsrled with hits on the President snd of his party, whlr.h the dent er-atly One "f the tilling wss H srrne on the golf In which appeared physical reproduction of Mr. Tnft In nfteti whown In plHurrs t'f him with his ullckii. party was taken dlriftly frmn the "den" to the utaUon and west- wiirti jowrnoy wmi rammed ot> tlrrw> p. They due to In tHmver (it J p. m. tomorrow. 1-iRK la, ttftpt. Tuft, Iti hln vinnt Into he norejmnrv to rem- Hy In thu inihc pffl IPflnft thr f no 10 BAPTISIS Formal Invitation to Taft Withheld BecauM UnlUrian NORFOLiK, on of a united invitation "I to Prenldent Taft to Vir- ginia Baptlut BfnnclntKin In November on "Miintonii." be- of prlnt-lplea, will reault In MO forr thot body by Mr Taft. Itirtlx had written tn ton rm the (1f fctitrem Ihr RapltotM hen 1" to Inland conven- tion here In hut rxt'tv of a nnrt itnlttd Invjtatton tn the Hnnttnt DAHT DIftT HINTS OK T. GREATER ENDURANCE MOM NUTS THAN MfAT. of ButfHIw. but H wMto of from which It WM tokin. wfctch It to tht The allminMIwi thli Ineludlnj tXt of uito wilt to MI Jtaln htm pfvvK tt ba eautt of fat If This -wt In ttM grMt In Inftantf in YlhJ 8 dais with a of mvelt bUttr tun than iUt of work to systemntlrally and irraduslly untHyeiterxJed to rvfry SPC- tfon of the The president of the of Commerce will appoint a committee of five in H few days to further the In- terests of the paving proposition. ACRES OPEN Km ENTRY IN UTAH Sept. total of flf land In Utah WM to- day designated for settlement as com- ing within enlarged homestead TO Nllll UNO by Acting Plrrce. Secretary of the Interior lOfteCCHN IMKIBII. ACUN NEW YORK, Sept. rood be an American; it seen is that I have been gone 10 years." lining toward the of York after an abft-nre wttii-p July 4. these the first tonight, by Dr. Frederick A. Cook of Brooklyn, as he paced the deck of Kteanwhlp Oscar II.. wait- Ing for daylight and his actual return to his native tan-l. Dr. WHS virtus Hy at home to- night, for the rl. anchored off Klrf. tsianfl. time, as It were, so there might be no hitch In the homecoming reception for the ex- plorer. Tnough SO miles fwm the city the Ocar II. wan In wirejlH with New York during day and night. Cook waa on Add, MB r.otnt to MADRID. to officially nnnounctd that Spanish at Melilta hart commencM thelf advanoo Sept. TANCUER. toard b foreign a to the agahist the action, of Spain In the Riff .territory, claiming this to a breach of the a. and chafing that csuicd tbf bv civeitng the frontier and working the board intervrntlbn of to th" Integ- he watched th orama with men wtth brief hull In reply U> theif through H megaphone. "I feel anxtoun tn gel mud, "but T ordeal of land- ling tomorrow. I would Wuch landing quietly without a of the at Copenhagen. I that I shall In peairr with my by tomorrow night at fork, papers on board thm evening contaiAing concerning Pr Conk resd thrtn fully tber- pftl-1 nothing and 1 wnit tmtit more deft nlte Is Vjcfurf saving any- thing cm tbe matter U. wUt at M- There Cook, by the two children. Dr. WIIKtuii. DT O. 3. and J. K of '.he executlvr com- mittee of Arctic club of ill bf; waiting on a tug. will Join hid wlfn on ug and will frfijw to the uteambDM Grand RtrptiMtcf which will carry a- party "f and down bay to meit film. ore thonaand on the Grand Republic, bot borough of Manhattan wilt not be Bird H. of migb of Brooklyn, will officially him thi Uon, howrVar, will Cvwk'8 tcettmt of Waldorf thi M a w jr. at noon, flsoa that Dr. will join family HI" with of guest of honor ti .banquet "oY tit Arctic 9 night. rttliivit will fwrfllM UM iEWSPAPERi NEWSPAPER! ;