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   Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1909, Colorado Springs, Colorado                               If It s uewi you'll fltid In The the leading ptpc; In the Piken wk region. 38TH YKAR Swn rbies 4 li a- tt uperatur? JW. drtiMly, pet of COLORADO SPRINGS. SAT0HDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1909. TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE IWHer-in-Uw Takes no Stock in ReporU That ex-Presi- dent Has Been Killed NO Rooteveit at Rome Has Heard Nothing to Suggest Accident to Husband. NBW TORK. Nov. of taote apparently absurd rumors that bob up nearly time a prominent gets out of diract touch -with the .Mrld circulated over the country today :lrnnuna; former President Roosevelt idla will o1 the wisp had it that Mr. RepftValt had killed la Africa, beaiuee of the dangers of African auttttlf freshly imprinted on the pub- lic mmd by Mr. Roosevelt's magatine articles, there was some uneasiness un- til Robinson, Mr. Roosevelt's brdther-ln-law, declared emphatically took DO stock in such reports. Mr. Robinson branded tho first vague of the day as false, and when lota tiied tonight that later rumors from shadow land of newspaperdom had (t tj-t he (Mr. Robinson) bad baen ad- by cable of Mr. Roosevelt's death, authorised another Vlgorotu denial. If anything had happened to his Mr. Robinson was oueo he woold hear of It Immediately. he placed no credit in the i of today. editors and rr associates of Mr. RowiffH in took this same It was pointed out tha-t. the ofllee in London would be promptly advised of aiisfeap to Mr. Aa nothing had boon htsrd there, this was tatan as an addl- ttonal that the.rumor was sprite from the field of T MI. Accordinr to latest cable ialchM Mr. Roosevelt bunt- Nov. Theodora? Re DseHftt entw tatned a score of tityit at fceausite this afternoon, among them J. E. Parrott and C. Wilson, respectively first and second secretary, and Major Landis, miltary attache, and Commander Long, naval attache, of the American The rumor in circulation In the fhitted States that an accident f.jfdent Ru: was cabled to Rome, twtiwiai discredited. t Mrs, Roosevelt had heard nothing concerning the reported accident. DEAID FOR TIBftUWS? ATHBN'S, Nov. government will nbt pe, pitted to treat Ueutenant Tl- baldos and Uw him in the re- cent mutiny as political Tl- bsldos and his followers were arrested and It Was semiofficially stated that they would be charged only with a p9lltlcai crime. however, a deputation of senior nava' offlren arrived at an agreement with the Military league that they should insist upon the necessity for mainlining la the navy, and therefore de- mand (hat tin extreme penalty of tbe law meted out to the mutineers. HME. STEINHEIUNSTAItOF COLLAPSE. friend of Faura, on lilal for XunUr, Callsd Liar by Judge- PARIS, Nov. j having for nearly days a 'fie hands of the Judgf of the court of the Wntre she IK belng'trled on a chargi; of inurtlfrir.g her husband arid her iron nerves of Mine. Marguerite Steinheil gave late to- day, tml thf out of the room In a of collapse. Bevernl limes the climax came, were admlnlHtered when It iWmed ax though Mine, stelnhuil was About to faint. Kach time she recov- ered quickly replied to the In- of the presiding judge, M. When today's began, M. De Valles was f--nrf'il the strain '.a which Htelnheil had been put lor two days proving too much for her, but his solicitude for her Mme. Steinhetl the unhnitating that she was not at all tlgnzi. M. tte Valles thereupon led her It f t t Central Fit In Scandal That Aroused France. through si labyrinth of questions sur- rounding1 the case, with his wonted re- lentljeesness, and Mme. Steiiihell, with her ever-ready wit, answered thenj quickly and to the point, or when they seemed unduly pleaded for justice and not ur -of taken of J ipitaliry had As to her against Bur- lUigham, an' American newspaper man, arid Whom she has' charged with complicity in the crime, Mme; hell said in her frenzy she had taken recourse 'in abytMnjr rthat seemed to glye piotuise of clearing herself of the charge. It was just after a savage s.ttack had been made upon her veracity by the judge that the -climax came. Mme. Steinhell's attorney protested, but the judge retorted -hotly that the accused 'woman had lied throughout, that her story -was a of lies. DRAMATIC SUICIDE PARIS, Nov. A matt believed to have bcin either an American or an English- man, dramatically committed suicide in a cafe tonight. He had anked the orchetrtm seven times to play the "When Love and as the iMt strains 'died away, he placed a pistol to bis head 'and shot himself. ROBBERY BURWNXSTOX, N. JT., Nov. S.-rCash and bonds ammmtlng to nearly were stolen the borne of Schuyler Ranler. 73 yearii, bjr a musMd bandit today. Gift of New York FhilanlKropbt largest ilen fhen oi Kind f Ever Made. 8 00 BENEFICIAR1FS Fi nancer Ha MiliioAft Ifnoilenlaltoiuly Receive Bulk, YORK, Nov. 6, John Stew- art Keaaedjr, who died of whooiptae couth in Hew York on loft bcqaests of more than to reHRloiw. charitable and Hte win was- filed tor probste tfldsy. gift the largest si-gle oontribwtton of Its Mtui eret made, and the beneficiaries include educational and .liurcli histl- norUi, souUi, and in this country and one. abroad In all. Nearly half of the to institutions connected with Uic church, of nhh-li Mr. Kenned} had been ai> active memlx'r for iwany Otlw-r- largv Uiries Include the nilriu society, the Metropolitan Mrtjtuwi of Art, the New York public llhrarV. Uw United Oritlcs of New York. Ma university snd Robert atanthiople. Asldn from'these gifts, Mr. Kennedy teft aoproxfmately io wife, his relatives and.a great number of friends'and employes. share will about All his employes received gifts of from to cash. Charitable, religous and educational institutions, which receive the largest bequests, are to share the residue of .the estate left after definite gifts of appivaliiiately nave been paid out of the leading bequests V HASN1 DONE IT EM stems Presbyterian xfeuroh extension fund Presbyterian hospital, New Yorki 'Robert'college-, Presbyterian board colleges TJO.flW American Blble'socfety Tale college Amhem college Williams college JOO.W) Dartmouth college ....___.......... MMOO Bowdolu college..................... Wa.009 Hamilton college Tuakafsa Normal and Industrial Institute Hampton Normal school and Ag- ricultural institute.............. Millions for AUTHORITIES, la its SPOKANE LAWYER DENOUNCES, wTAi tMEXT Or SUr-r-KAO' I It COMFORTING, A Mere Jfan Emmeline Crane, sltMuei, today for denouncing ia a strtti jpwch toward of police and ,the Industrial Workers of From his, office window be had made a brief addrest, and then descenJea to t tie rfdewalk, wlieTe Cliief of Police gttlllvan and Deputy Sheriff Login watting for him. The lawyer toagbt his eaptorl, at the station was enar.itt -with paving in- cited a riot. Potteemcn adid fttt. pre- vious to his speech. Cranje bad been active in the crowd, rematttratlng-with the men when they startsi to connect a line of hose with a hjdrant to throw water upon some men who refused to go on. Earlier U the day. 11 aneiu were made. Jn Uw court, Justice Mann dUposftd of cases, a ma- jority of the prisoners to days at hard labor. er will be abte to solve satisfactorily the social irdustrial and other problems of civHixatkm without the co-operation of the women through the World, the exercise of the elective Mrs. Ermweline Pankhurst. Knglish suffnrgette leader, in an ad- dress tonight. an audience miislly of women. Mrs.. Panfrhurnt. folloH-lng an address of two. Hours on "Why Women Want to Vote." submitted to a rapid Ore of in- terruptions by men and women on variqits phnses of thp siiffragre feeble- ers. Tonlght's program al tuberculo- sis exhibit at the Durkee buihllng wit] under tho of   Tlio prlm-lpul ml- dress of the evening will mBrtc Dr. R. W. f.'orwln, iujpf rlnt'Tnlr'it of the Colorado an4 Iron tlOSpltSl at prrsWent of iotmrll tn dent of the Federation of V. O. foray, factory UK! John president nf stat" Federal Km of Labor, will jtlso speak of tTnton hwne, wilt and (lhati ttlks will ay Hsrry W. ri r. Wright, Schmltt. W. r Whitthorne. Pr. J- e. '.on. T trxl J. j l" by E. Kanln, .1 A R. W I Wood. HIKJrloh from Vulldlnv l. tpJ J. U. C, Whltthame, W. parson. L. Holland, who presided nt the under the auspices of the? fraternaV orders of the city, last nijrht, Krpre.nentfUlves from various frater- nnl socletii-s took part in the meeting. Father Clark of the Gloekner sani- tarium, spoke for thp of Co- lumhos; Or. .T. E. While, for M. W. of A.; the Kev. K Evnns-Carrlnn- I'Mi for the W. 'O W.. A. K for the of Pj-thtas, r. F. Htouph delivered a very In- fltrurtlve and interesting address on "Tuberntilosln of the Tinnes and JoiritH." Fathf-r i i.irk the fun H" In J'-irt .1- Father Clark's Address. hilo mafhinir f'v title M n.-- to me Iliitt 1 nul a iv tlmt tho nne en "S'H'i'1 Stn- r 1 It lion nf thi- f l hy ins r1 rado air without IhiS hMlllnff Colo. sjlv af row- tin In to bf hr-IUty, Of MltlUMKMi, H nun, iii riirihn- iN1 to (.at the v th'- partlrif oh- i !r> hrre th.it tubTt lll'iklK nf I ll" pi-eventablf of Anil this in a fleplovub1" "'i' Upon the the hlstci v All'l i X' nil >li-it r. I'viii ..ii. i 1'H Ii t. of1 I') .if till- lillwi- tlon to take effect N-nvernhT H. Kt the expiration of Hs nf absent. Mr acting for nev- HH irovernnr feneml In o of Mr. Hmltb: The trun- in the dutlei llfflniif won for him the nf tlio P.r n.nin.'.''t MR tonhtht In to' a ilttli H.- nf I A AN I1 II. HI he Inaugurated an1 I'.irtn Kirn tonwrmw In i nerio M font, met  i (Savannah. Cu u saSl v j'Kort Screveiv, tie it was Hd new battleship North Dakota wasltorned out, one man, a completing her four-hour ..endurance jam, and another his ran atajl-knot gait oft the New Erig-j The t'wo men were firing A salur-- land today, with the battleship the President from a small. speed chwnpionship of America up at'tho water'ft-unt. A in her a boiler room accident [nature excision robbed her of the laurela and sent her :wag scurrying into tPis port to land four der Injured men. it wag reported from the navy yard that all the men would probably recover, but it was feared Souden might lose his sight. In addi- tion to the four men- brought ashore. home a i In the cloud of smoke ikmed tha report of the caun President saw a man flying ttinniK ,the air. The man fell into'tipi river. The ramrod which he h.Mil. siv (across the bow of th'1 revenue' run thcr wlil bn A continuation of Hit- trl- aia And a'hcther, tttjut iLill to William nf a Tcnn family and of a famous rwlrrate general, w Ing to a apeiltl to Tlw (.a. from rarlv the Although the contract today. builders, Klver Of Quincr. are U. she ran 
                            

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