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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 21, 1905, Logansport, Indiana                                Weather Forecast Sunday Fair and Warmer Variable Winds THE LOGANSPORT PHAROS Temperature Today 7am 44 12 Noon Vi 3 P m 53 30TH YEAR LOGANSPORT IND SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 21 1905 PRICE TWO CENTS Presidents Reception at Atlanta Is Hearty and Enthusiastic to the Limit WHOLE STATE IS EEPEESENTEJD Boutli Carolina Sends a Greeting by Her State Executive En Route to Georgias Capital u Vi Is Paid to tho Southern Home or the Presidents Mother town park where a stand nad been erected from which he delivered an address He was welcomed to Ros well jy Charles M Reed a student of Mercer university who said the only reason he could see for the selection of himself to deliver this welcome was the presidents wellknown fondness for having young men identified with public affairs Senator A S Clay introduced the president who was enthusiastically greeted as he arose and proceeded to speak his address dealing largely with reniinscencfS of the family of his mother and claiming a proud kinship witli those who showed their devotion to duty as they saw the duty PERIL 01 THE Wind Lashes the Waters to Fury and Death Rides the Ter rible Gale Atlanta Oct presidents visit to Atlanta was a marked event In the history of the state of Georgia The city was in gala attire and busi ness was practically suspended that all might greet the distinguished guest South Carolina in the person of Governor Ueyward added its wel come to the south Kumerous extra trains brought their burden of Georgians from the surrounding coun try and it was estimated that not less than 100000 persons saw and wel comed the president The presidential train came into handsome new sta tion exactly on time and as It appeared threading its way through tho maze of tracks In the yards tt was given a noisy welcome by all the steam vhistles in tha part of the city the demonstration increasing in volume as the train carHe to stop by a Committee Waiting ic receive the president was the committee headed by Governor Terrell and composed of Senator A S Clay Hepiesentative Livingston Mayor J G Woodward and Bishop C K Nelson of the Episcopal diocese of A committee of ladies headed by ilrs Terrell and Mrs Clark Howell was in readiness to receive Mrs Roosevelt As the train stopped Governor Terrell and Senator Clay ac companied by Mrs Terrell and Mrs Howell stepped aboard and greeted the president and Mrs Roosevelt A moment later the parry emerged and Introductions followed Mrs Roose velt and hsr party departed almost Immediately for the governors man sion wbiie the president and party were to carriages The line of mnrcli wns quickly formed and the president and his escort started for Piedmont park where the state fair is being held Goes to the State Pah The distance from the station to the park is about three miles and through out the entire route which ran along historic 1eacli Treestreetcrowds linen the sidewalk and gave the president round after round of cheers which thfi executive smilingly acknowledged hat in hand It was a few minutes past 11 when the president reached tho park and again he was greeted by the noise of stsam whistles from all tho engines in the fair grounds and by the cheers oi many thousands who were waiting his arrival After a re view of thoSevcnteenth infantry which has recently returned to Fort Mclher sou from the Philippines the presi dent delivered his address and as he rose to speak he was received with a hurricane of cheers After his speech the president was entertained nt luncheon and made a brief speech there A drive about the city followed and at 7 p m departure was taken for Jacksonville Fla MOXJIEKS AXCESTUAlj HOME President Visits a Place Hallowed by Associations Probably the most interesting feature of the days journey was the visit of the president to his mothers ancestial home At Iloswell Ga where ho stopped o uliis way to his city One of his reasons for coming south was that he might see the old homestead where bis mother spent her girlhood and which Mie left a happy bride That the visit was fraught with manytendei recollectionswas evident and as his carriage drove away from the old Bulloch mansion where his mother lived and was married the president murmured to Sirs Roosevelt I can hardly bear to leave here The president reached Roswell a 730 and was joined by Senator anc Mrs Cisy who were his gitests breakfast He then entered a carriage and was driven to the mansion Thi fine old homestead is now the property of J L D Wing a lumber niercban of this section Roosevelt was greeted by two old servants who iiveci on th place during his mothers young wo manhood One of these is Aun Grace who acted as maid to Mis Martha Builoeh who afterward be came Mrs Theodore Roosevelt anc the other is William Jackson who dec orated the mansion onthe occasion o tne marriage of its young mistress The president was deeply touched a he shook th5 hands of these old servit ors In company with Mrs Roosevelt h Inspected the house calling to the at tention of the company many incident connected with his mothers childhood Before leaving themansion he pose Mrs Roosevelt for a pictur Aunt Grace an Daddy William Prom the horne SPEKCHES JDUJilVG THE DAY Iith of What the President Said at Iloswell and Atlanta The presidents remarks at Roswoll began with a compliment to Sen ator Clay whom lie said he often con sulted He then said that among the earliest recollections lie had rs a child was hearing from my mother and my aunt Miss Annie Bnlloch ns she was then about Roswell of how the Initts and Kings and iMmwoodys itnd Bui lochs came here first to settle about the old homestead the house on the hill about the Chattahooche about all kinds of that would not interest you but interested me a great deal I was a child I wish 1 could spend hours here to look nil through and see the different places about which 1 have heard all kinds of Incidents Referring to the fact that lie is half northern and half southern blood he said Of the children the brothers and sisters of my mother who were born and brought up in that house on the hill there my two uncles after ward entered tho Confederate service and served in the Confederate navy One the younger man served on the Alabama as theyonngest ollicer aboard er lie was captain of one of her broad ido thirtytwo pounders in her final lit and when at the very end the Uabamn was sinking and the Kear arge passed under her stern and catue ip along the side that had not been ngaged hitherto my uncle Irving Bul och shifted his gun from one side 0 the other and tired the two last hots fired from the Alabama Tames Bnlloch wns an admiral In ho Confederate service After the address the president was Iriven to the old Presbyterian church if which his materual grandfather wa 1 member At Atlanta the presidents speech at he fair grounds dwelt chietly on the luestion of dishonest methods of gren corporations and the need for federa control he denounced those men o great wealth who practice the livw lonesty which barely sutlices to keej hem from the penitentiary He ex iressed the utmost abhorrence for the men who would palliate mean am crooked methods by the dictum busi ness is business All corporations he declared which do any interstate com merce should be placed under federal regulation lie also referred to the Chinese boy cott which ho said was not justified by our treatment of Chinese but that we should give the Chinese no cause for a boycott by treating her better classes properly while rigidly keeping out her coolies After the luncheon John Temple rnvos referred to the president as Georgias most illustrious grandson and the president in reply expressed his nppreciiilion of the compliment and referred to tho fact that his maternal greatgroatgrandfather was the first revolutionary governor of Georgia Then be paid Joel Chandler Harris author of Uncle Remus a warm compliment and then reverted to pub lic corruption declaring it necessary first of ail that reformers should know what is really corrupt because to reprobate that which is only a dif ference of opinion is a sure way to blunt the public conscience MANY ARE SEPOETED Dozen Lives Lost Seven Going Down on One Barge Boats Are Missing and Wreckage Is Seen Flouting by Those AVlio Get into Fort Sale steamer Wisconsin on rocks off Ios rain schooner Kingfisher beaten to pieces off Cleveland steamer F A Prince damaged near Cleveland tug Walter Metcalf sank off rreakwater light Cleveland several barges sank off Buffalo harbor steamer Iriukel reached Buffalo badly damaged barge Yukon sank oft Ashtabula harbor crew rescued The wreck of the Sheldon vras the most serious of any reported thus far and the story of its experience was thrilling in every way After running ashore she was buffeted and pounded for over seven hours by the wind and waves Two tugs from Cleveland one of which bore the lifesaving crew of this port succeeded in rescuing all but two of the crew The drowned men were John Fox wheelman and Chas Evans second mate CUNLIFFE BETRAYED That Is How the Pittsburg Ex press Thief Came into the Laws Clutchss DIDNT KHOW AN OLDJBIEND Old Friend Gives Him Awny Ibr a Attempt to Bribe a Sleuth Detroit Oct storm that raged on the great lakes Thursday night mill yesterday has been very destructive of life and property At this writing it is known that the barge Miuuedosa of Kingston Out went down iu Sngiuaw buy with i crew of seven including Captain Phillips and his wife Mate David Syye of the steam barge Joseph Fay wrecked at Holers City is also reported last The barge Uhoades which broke away from the Fay before the lat ter was beached at Rogers City is re ported ashore ou Choboygan point She is in nn exposed position but all of her crew were saved Cnpljlin Ktporls a SinlcmgVessel From Lake Erie conic reports of sinking of a vessel thought to be ouo of the barges of the fleet lames Corrigau of Cleveland Captain Stew art of the steamer Walter Scrauton which passed np the Detroit river sent ward ashore that he had passed a sink ins vessel in Lake Erie Captain Stew arts report was that the wreck was seen two and a half miles southwest nf Iho southeast shoal lightship The top of her cabins showed above wat er and the Corrigan colors were in evidence The steamer Bulgaria of the Corrigan licet was soon after sight ed under shelter of an island1 Kvulenco of 1hrco Other Disasters Apparently neither of the two barges Tasmania or Ashland which the Bul garia hart in tow when she passed Detroit were then with her Later it was ascertained that the Ashland was safe and that the sinking vessel sight ed by the Serauton must have been the barge Tasmania a Corrigan barge The fate of the Tasmanias crew Is not known Evidence of another wreck is found In the discovery of a consider able amount of wreckage floating by Thunder Bay island iu Lake Huron The schooner Umina L Neilson of Alpena Mich is reported ashore in rresqiie Isle harbor which is in Pros cine Isle county not far from Rogers Citv LAKE SLPSKIOil IS SWEPT Four Vessels Wrecked and Two Miss Ijives Koported Lost Mariiuotts Mich Oct 21 For Liirty hours a severe gale raged on ake Superior causing shipping inter sts considerable Joss The sons were remendons The steamer Oregon a amber carrier Is ashore at Mnrquette ml the steamer is disabled vith a hole in the bow the result of triking Ripley rock in Manpiette bar Or At Grand Mtrais the schooner Nirvana of the Hiues fleet sunk lenr shore jinfl the Galatea 5 on the beach The bents parted rom their tow the steamer lUirth which made port in safety The steamer Myor limped into ilar liiette reporting having parted from aer two schooners the Alta and the Al er lumberladen The fate of the nissing vessels is unknown The storm vas general in the Lake Superior re gion Blizzards prevailed in some daces as much as a foot of snow fall ng while iu other quarters sleet caused havoc Train service has been demoralized and telegraphic communi cation is impossible upper INHchigan since Thursday evening having been cut oft from the outside world Hun Ireds of telegraph poles were blown town As far as known there has been no loss of life on Lake Superior BRIEF STOP AT MACON President Talks a Moment to SOOO Florida Macon Ga Oct thou sand people were assembled at the Southern railway station here when President Roosevelts special train ar rived at 10 p ru The president ap pea red on the rear platform of the train and was greeted with cheers He spoke for five minutes saying that he had begun the day in Georgia with a visit to his mothers old borne at Roswell and had been welcomed ev erywhere For the last three days he continued I have been greeted by the people of the old Confederate States and 1 have found among them the same valor devotion and feeling to their country that they showed to their flag from 1SC1 to 1S65 I have fotmd them all united The president referred to Grant and Lee and said that there was no rivalrj uow except in the interest of the com mon country He spoke of Georgia as the wonderful and beautiful state and hoped the day would soon come when he could revisit Macon and see you all again During the stop the engines were changed and a new train crew was taken ou for the run toward VMNJ WILD AT BUFFALO Velocity Is 72 Miles an Call for Two Men Buffalo X y Oct 21 A gale reaching seventytwo miles nn hour at ts greatest velocity swept over Buf falo and western New York Lake Krie lashed into a fury by the tre mendous blow played havoc with ship jing The sale lirst made itself felt at 4 a in when liftyfonr miles an hour was registered at the weathei bureau It dropped to forty miles a i a m and reached its greatest velo city at p m when seventytwo miles an hour was recorded The passenger steamer Western States due here from Detroit at 0 a m was sighted off port about noon but the captain feared to attempt the narrow passage between the break waters and turned his boat towards the Canadian shore to ride out the gali behind Long Point The schooue Mautenee light bound from Buffal to Dnluth foundered off Ripley twen ty miles west of Dunkirk but the crev was saved Captain Oilman and Seaman Gus Parsons of the barge TJnadllla were swept overboard with a deckload o lumber They clung to the floating timbers until rescued Half a dozei yachts anchored off the Buffalo Yach clubs headquarters were blown ashore On shore the damage consisted prin cipally of demolished signs shattered plate glass windows chimneys topplec over and uprooted trees Mrs Catb eriue Yeager 54 years old was crashed to death beneath a brick wall blown down by the wind Stephen Franko wiek 12 years old was also caught under the wall Both of his arms were broken Three Crews Rescued Ludingfon JHch Oct life savers rescued the crew of the Vega ind Mrs George Jergenson the cap aius wife The Vega is breaking to pieces on the beach At Manistee about thirty miles north of here the small schooner Lydia is stranded on the beach Her crew of three was rescued At Frankfort the mail boat Keliance is a wreck on the beach Mail Carrier Hays and his wife and sou ere rescued Bridgeport Conn Oct 21 The chances that the police will recover nearly the of the stolen from the Adams Kxpress company in Iittsbnrg by Kdward Cunliffe who was arrested hero and taken to Pitts jurg seem bright Last night was found in a trunk belonging to a butler in a proiniiunt family at Black Hock but Hie butler and the family whom he is employed are ignor ant of the fact that the largo sum found was within the house Although fhere is a possibility that the remain ing has been destroyed the po lice are of the opinion that another accomplice of Cuiilifle may reveal the hiding place of the missing sum Kept on Eiseninnn In round numbers has been found within twentyfour hours After figuring on about as the amount which Cuiiiitie has spent or which was found on him when arrested there is left a sum of yet to be ac counted for The discovery of the mon ey in the lilack Hock home was brought abouthykeeping a close watch on one of Ciinliffes chance acquaint ances Kisonumn who was will Cnnliffe when he was arrested According to Kiseiimans story he met Cunliffe in a cheap hotel Wednesday night the two being together for some time Said It Was a Laundry Package CunlilTe nad a package with him and as the men were about to leave each other Cunliffc said that lie want ed Kisenman to take care of the pack age as it was laundry which he want ed to keep in a safe place Eisonmaii took the bundle to his sisters house fiKS Xash street and when alone opened it and found the big sum of money Captain Arnold of the detec tive bureau who knows Eisenman and whn saw him with Cunliffe when the latter was tafteu went to the home of Kisenmnnssister and found the bundle of shirts but no money and he sus pectcd that Kisenmau had abstracted a part of Cunbtfes plunder TRADE CONFIDENCE EXPAND Iron and Steel Factories Are Busy and There Are Few Labor Disputes Month 1or Kxports New York Oct G Dun Cos Weekly Review of Trade says Activity broadens in commercial chan nels and confidence expands because of the many evidences of conservatism Business is brisk and improving yet there is no disposition to start a boom in commodities or securities Manufact urers receive liberal orders forremote deliveries many dealers having cov ered spring requirements and shipping departsments are forwarding as freely as traffic facilities will permit Current retail trade is not equalling expecta tions but this is attributed to mild au tumn weatherand preparations for the future are uudiminished Especially good news is received from the iron and steel centers output of mills and furnaces increasing with out relieving the pressure for quick de livery particularly in structural and railway departments Wages were vol untarily increased at print cloth mills and scarcely any labor disputes are noted Much complaint is heard regard ing freight blockades Statistics of for eign trade for the United States eclipsed all September records last month Failures this week numbered 233 in the United Statesagainst 215 last year and yS in Canada compared with 39 a year ago Heath Visits His Old Home Xoblesville Ind Oct and Mrs Perry S Heath who have been spending the summer ia Nova Scotia have arrived in this city as the guests of Mr and Mrs C R Heath It is understood that Heath has no plans for the future to be made public at this time Mr and Mrs Heath will be at Muncie and Louisville Ky and this city most of the time between now and the holidays SUADOXVKO HOI SOM13 MORE WRECKS THE SHORE Jacksonville p m The train pulled out at The London milkmrm covers his route oji foot pushing a hand cart with three wheels which Sue etead the president was driven to theicms Oj milk One of Them Ts Accompanied witli the Loss of Two Cleveland O Oct a result of the wildest storm that has swept Lake Brie in years wrecks have strewn the shore the entire distance from Buf falo to Detroit The storm came with abrupt suddenness early yesterday morning and continued without inter ruption throughout the day At mid night yesterday the wind velocity which reached fiftyfour miles an hour at its highest point had decreased little in force and fears were felt that the reports 01 numerous wrecks re ceived during the day did not entirely cover the extent of the damage wrought The buowi losses include the follow ing Freighter Sarah E Sheldon beached and wrecked neay Lorain CONCESSION BY CLARK letins To Be to the KlYeet That an An otber lul Bunk VaUure News Iittsbnrg Oct sensation in he invesrigation of the affairs of the uspendeil Enterprise National bank if Allegheny is tho report that among he dead cashiers papers was found a giving in detail the opera ions which culminated in his deaih ind the closing of the bank The con essiou or statement it is learned from he best of authority consists of a short paper written with a lead pencil leelaring that W H Andrews is re sponsible for lie whole trouble Fred Owinner sr president of tho ank stare positively that notes for argo amounts are in possession of the innk which bear Hie names of W II Andrews T Torrance and other pol ticians The Post says that despite losilive denials it has positive informa tion that the banks shortage wlll reach Philadelphia Oct States Senator lioies Penrose denies emphat cally tho rumors connecting him with loans from the Enterprise Xationaln bank of Allegheny Penvose says lie has no obligations of any kind iu the bank that he is not connected in any way with Andrews et nl and with the two projects involved in this linancial trou ble am that statements connecting him therewith are malicious lies for political purposes Two Hearts That Bfeat as Ona Have a Hard Time Getting Spliced ONE MAN FORGETS A PROMISE That Throws I3vcrvihlns Out of Whack but Alls Kmls Wtll RAILWAY EQUIPMENT RECORD High Mark in loot ami 1OO2 Will lie Surpassed lUtore t lie Close of the Present Chicago Oct the caption KecordHreaking Orders for Railway Equipment The Railway Age says Contracts reported this week show that the high records of lt01 and for freight equipment and locomotives will easily be surpassed before the close of although the volume of orders in those years was exceptional and notwithstanding the present high prices and tne difficulty in securing prompt deliveries Orders placed by tho Pennsylvania this week for 21 500 cars in addition to the or dered in August made a new record In contracts placed by a single com pany and practically preempts all steel car building facilities during tho entire year of 1UOG Unaccountably Disappears Martmsville Ind Oct L Breeden telegraph operator and check clerk at the Vandalia railway station this city for several years balanced his books accounted for everything in his keeping then mailed a letter of resignation to the company and disap peared He has a but no chil dren He was held in high esteem and there is no explanation for his de parture The Truranvaai Climjvte One peculiarity of the Xrauisvaal cli mate is that while being very healthy It yet has the effect of making people appear far older than they really are The rarefied airis popularly supposed to be responsible for this AJI English woman of tbSryflve who hasi lived In the country districts for aay lengthy period inrariablr appears far older a really He Is Seen to Give the Package to An other IHan to Keep iMsenmau was shadowed all day and he was seen to give a small pack age to his friend the butler Latei iMsenman was taken to the Blacl Rock house and asked the butler fo the package He went to his trunl uml turned it over to Captain Amok intact The butler had not been told what was in the package Captain Arnold would not reveal the name of the but lor or the family which em ployed him Eisenman was taken to police headquarters but was released later Two other now features of the chap ter of event in connection with the capture of Cunliffe cropped out one being an attempt by Cunliffc to bribe Captain George Arnold of the local detective force ainj the other being the story of betrayal by a friend of Cunliffe for the purpose of securing the reward of offered by the Piukertous for his arrest During one of the talks which Captain Arnold had with Cnnliffe the prisoner made a proposition ID divide the which he had sent to his brotherinlaw on the promise of secrecy Arnold was to have received if the scheme was carried out Cuulitfe did not know that the money had already been found The betrayal of Cunliffe by his James Missett is interesting Missett formerly lived in Bristol and knew Cunliffe well but when Missett met Cunliffe at Bridgeport Cunliffe re fused to know him This angered Mis sett and he went to New York and ou condition of being paid the re ward told the Pinkertons where to find the min they wanted Missett returned from New York with the S2 500 reward and proceeded to spend it lavishly throughout the lower part of the city ATas a Gift from the Czar Rome Oct 21 King Victor Em manuel recently received the sum of 30000 anonymously for the benefit of the sufferers by the recent earthquakes in the province of Calabria Baron liotchen the Russian consul at Mes sina now states that the contribution was made by Euirjeror Nicholas Shuts Out Important facts Milwaukee Oct question What instructions did Mrs Schnndein give you regardingher will of KKJ3V put to Attorney Frisbee of Buffalo by Attorney Qnarles for the proponents oC the will was the cause of a lengthy leagal argument in the Schandeln will content case the attorneys for the con testants denying the riiht of Prisbecto answer on the ground that it was a professional secret The question was finally withdrawn Columbus Ind Oct 21 That the course of rue love does not always run smooth was proved when George Tilhnan and Miss Louise Strietelmeier wellknown young German people who live near this city succeedid after a trying iiniv in getting married Tliey had decided some lime ago to be mar ried and us they wished to keep their marriage a secret they told their plans only to Oscar Kiogcnbanm a local merchant and a brotherinlaw ol Till uiin niul h made arrangements witli County Clerk Godfrey The latter agreed to stop at the home of Fiegcu banm where the young couple wouid be and issue the license there And Then Godlroy Godfrey forgot the engagement until after he had gone to bed and was about to fail asleep when it suddenly occurred to him Ho hurriedly dressed and went down to his otHce as rapidly as possible in order to get the neces sary papers Then he started in search of Fiegenbaum The hitter was look ing for him and the two missed each other for about two hours Finally tho clerk found Fiegenbaum and they went to the home of the merchant where the young people were waiting impatiently for tho arrival of the clerk They had intended o leave the city on a train whih arrives here shortly aft er 0 oclock as Chicago was the place selected for spending their honeymoon Trouble to Find a Preacher When the license had been filled out they found they would have to hurry to catch the train and telephoned to HPV Frederick K Wnmbsgitnss pas tor of the German Luthern church to come at once and perform the cere mony The telephone cull brought tho information Unit the minister was ill Seymour and several calls were sent Express Company a Beer Seller St Paul Oct Phillips in the United States circuit court of ap peals in affirming the decision of the federal court for North Dakota in the case of the government against the Western Express company decided hat the express company in furnishing jeer to customers was acting not as a common carrierbut as a wholesale and dealer in liquors Nelson and Gardner to Fight Kansas City Mo Oct 21 The Journal says Billy Nolan manager for Battling1 Nelson announces that he will today sign articles for a fight be tween Nelson and Jimmie Gardner Colored Troops for the Philippines Washington Oct Taf has decided to send the Twentyfourth regiment of infantry colored troops to Mindanao Philippine islands for second term of service there NecJt Is Saved Kansas City Oct oik has commuted the sentence of Ed ar G Bailey who was to have been hanged here today for murder to im irisonment for ninetynine years He vith others enticed a strikebreaker to i lonely spot and murdered him John Wanamakers Brother Dead Philadelphia Oct H YVnmunnkcr head of the firm of Wana naker Brown and brother of John Wanuianker is dead He was Go years of age NEWS FACTS IU OUTLINE Japanese troops have been sent to quell a revolution iu northern Korea Mario Westou a nurse has been arrested in New York charged with stealing silverware from the St Begis and other hotels where she worked Elliot Fitch Shepard son of the late Colonel E F Shepard of New York has been tried at Paris for killing a girl with his auto Aug 28 The annual report of the judge ad vocate general of the navy shows that 4157 blue jackets and 003 marines were convicted by courts martial tne last year Bedford N Y is in terror of an in cendiary who has set Ore to many his toric buildings Colonel Jacob TChild a wellknown Missouri newspaper man is dead at Richmond Mo aged 74 years Mrs France wife of a Los Angeles rnotorman has offered reward for the discovery of her missing hus band ExRepresentative John Van Voor his is dead at Rochester N Y Cool Burgess the wellknown min strel is dead in the general hospital at Toronto of a complication of dis eases All grades of refined sugar have been reduced 10 cents per 100pounds at New York The ashes of Sir Henry Irving have been laid to rest in Ab bey with impressive ceremonies The Britiib empire is today celebrat ing the centennial of Admiral Nel sons death to that city No race of the could bo found however and Fiegen ganm went to the station to await tho arrival of the train as lie thought Wambsgaiiss might return at tliit time When the train arrived the only man known loKiegenbium who alight ed was William O Irwin general man ager of the ndiannpolis Cohimbns and Southern Traction company One IH Kimnd at JriisC Kiogonbauui appealed to him and Irwin replied that although his hroth frinlaw Rev X T Sweeney was ofit of the city he would see what ho could do lie acted accordingly and rout ed out Rev W H Rook pastor of the Tabernacle Christian church who after the situation had been explained agreed to perform the ceremony The couple had missed the Jjite train and had no way of getting out of the city until morning if something was not done immediately Held the Owl Car Further Irwin utilized his authority as gener al manager of the traction line and held the 11 oclock car until Book had married the young people As they had no time ti spare Irwin filled in the blanks on the marriage return and in fat I c iped to marry them while the iiiinNlcr recited the German ceremony The words once said there was a dasli fur the car and it took the newlymarried couple out of the city for their weliiiuir trip JOHN SULWVANS ClsOSK Hell Probably Never Nearer to Sad den Death and Still Pull Through Alive Wabash Ind Oct John Sul livan of Boston boarded a freight train here and started to walk back over the cars He did not observe that one ear had a drop bottom hopper and stepped into it and fell through Sullivan was dragged a quarter of a mile over the ties He hung to the bottom of the hop per as long as possible and then fell exhausted to the track The rear of the train passed over him but fort unately he kept off the rails His shoes and clothing were stripped off and be was a mass of contusions but re cover A whisky bottle he carried was not broken Prussia was at first Borosaia country of the Borussl Catherine le Catherine de Medici of France was n tall dignified woman of striking per soijal appearance Her manner was often cold and repulsive her language hangiity She was never popular nor well liked Her features were regular and the chief merit of her countenance was a full black eye that seemed to fascinate those on whom she looted Ktnlnnd Finland Is properly Fenland land of the marshes   

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