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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - October 21, 1905, Kennebec, Maine VOL. XXXVL ATOUSTA. MAINE, SATURDAY MOBNING. OCTOBER 21, 1905. NO. 248 WhMiss :anne., :ernat o'Ion] Man ivercomeani W :rolart, 'resten-, "BID Surrenter, -s Soiri s lOftia Siejti. :r -iraiK s :amajei. ere aje if Mai. i 3rr. The s, sr old Orchard, Me., Oct. clos- ing- s. vblons, today, of the Maine Wo- m in Suffrage Association were devoted pilnipaliy to the transaction of busl- IIH hiding the election of officers, adoption of resolutions, and the re- coipt of invitations for the next con- A workers' conference (fvas a f( tuic of the forenoon. Mrs. E. W Kmuht OX Portland, spoke on the ques- tion of hou the membership may be in- ore-ised. Muss Laura A DeMerrltte of Oiean P.nk, told how to make the club programes mote interesting, and Mrs Lizzie H. French of Portland, explained w.iys in-which money may be raised Owing to the refusal of Mrs. Lucy Honart Day of Portland, to accept a if-ileetion JS president, which office she his held for a number of years, the rrc klcnt. Mis. Fannie J. Fernalcl of Old Orchard, was idvanced to the IIP id of the association. The other elected were as follows Vice Beside the body of sS today buried in West- Dover, Me., Oct. Joseph Denaco came to his death by a bullet tired from a rifle in the Charles Philpot, aged 19, at Barnard negligence, was the verdict rendered, today, by the Jury impanelled by Coroner E. A. Chase of Brownvllle. A warrant was immediately Issued fci the airest of Philpot, who is living with his parents at Orneville, and he will be analgned in the Dover munici- pal couit. next week. The shooting took place a week ago yesterdaj, and Denaco. who was about Jj jears old, died, Saturday night. It is alleged he was walking along the highway and that Philpot was stand- ing in a field where a clear of the i oad v as afforded.- Chaiies Philpot, whom It Is alleged, fired the fatal shot, Is at the home of ins parents in Orneville. He has al- ready surrendered himself to the oih- W. Thomas, recording sec- retary, Miss Anne Burgess, Portland; corresponding secretary Miss Nellie L. Guilioni Old Orchard, treasurer, Mrs. II Fionth Portland, auditor, Mrs Knmi i I" Knight. Portland; di- ors Mis Hainah J Bailey, Win- tlirop. Mis Oeorg-e C Frye, Portland. Mrs J Dver Portland. Mrs. Zenas Timmps in. Pol tland, Miss Sarah F. Onlbmn Portland, Miss Jennie Fuller, Hut! mil Mrs Isabel W. Greenwood, official n England, eminent representa- tives of all the walks of life and all the representatives of that gallery to whic-h. (rving was so invariably at- tentive whp could find standing room in tie Abbey. Kng Edward was represented by Gemial Sir Dighton Piobyn, keeper of tie privy purse, and the Prince of TVAlcs was represented by Lieut. Col. Wm. H. CarringtOn, of tie princes household, while the cabinet ministers and ambassadors at- tended in person, Whitelaw Reid, who is visiting in Scotland coming to Lon- don Dunosely to testify America's re- gard fjr the dead tragedian. t for the gathered Georgia, his he his mother spent her which she left a happy the old motier lived ----_, and mairied, the President murmured port for teeanfort S C to Mrs Rooset-" to leave here.' ti, vjo iv mcii luuaciieu Lilt? j i_, j Tho President reached Roswell at rigging and made it necessary for her shipping departments are forward- 730 A. M., and was Joined by Senator to start back for this port. lns a.s freelv as traffic facilities will The Brundage had been anchored all night, Wednesday, and was .Just Ohio, Oct 20 a re- sult of the Ilotest storm that has swept Lake Erie In years wrecks have strewn the shore the entire distance .from of Light between the schooner Charles H. which sailed, Wednesday, from this The damage of the many evidences of conser- Buslness is brisk and Improv- ;here is no disposition to start ither in commodities or secur- Manufacturers icceive liberal orders for remote deliveries, many deal- suddenness at an early hour point, today, had Roosevelt. "I can hardly bear to the SpragUe consists of broken many uKii- rails and lanyards which loosened the spring requirements, In fears were cu LIIC _ telt tnat the reports of numerous wrecks received during the day did not entirely cover the extent of the damage wrought. The storm swept the lake from one end to the other and every vessel that was exposed suffered to a and Mrs. Clay, who were his guests at breakfast. He was then driven to the mansion. This fine old homestead is about to get now the property of J. B. Wing, a lum- Sprague was under way sighted five when miles permit. Conditions in the iron and steel in- austrv are steadily improving, dis- Evidences of conservatism are more comptroller The President "was deep- tant, apparently "heading Tn numerous in more or Iess extent- The known losses Jy touched as he shook the hands of tion of the Brundage. The men on the textile fabrics, although there Is no the old servitors. He and Mrs. latter schooner claim that there was weakness 1n quotations but rather Roosevelt inspected the house, calling no' lookout on the Sprague, that It Indications of Inherent strength. Buy- to the attention of the company many required considerable shouting on ers have now placed about the usual connected with his mother's their part to get a response from the amount of business for future delivery Before leaving the mansion crew of the other vessel and are becoming a little cautious in iith Mrs. Roosevelt for a Just as the Sprague seemed about consequence of the higher money ram <-he Brundage a seaman on market and erratic quotations for raw and he officially a prisoner. He aroujic. the Abbey and servants- tne former ship ran forward and per- cotton, together W, ith a feeling of un- ._ i_. _ From the homestead, the President celving the imminence of a disastrous certainty arising' from the restoration as enumerated, tonight, include the fol- lowing: Freighter, Saiah E. Sheldon, beached and u recked, near Lorain. Steamer Wisconsin, on rocks childhood, he posed off Is 19 years of age, and 1s said to be a young man of good habits and is g-eat- ly broken up because of the sad affair which caused Joe Denaco his death. cardsi Df admission were in their seats as 10 o'clock Those who were unable to secure admittance re- mainec about the entrances until the It is reported that Denaco, before he conclusion of the ceremony, when Jn stated that the s'hooting was arci- common with thousands of others, they (pissed through Poets' Corner to see the burial place. Tho ae-vice although short and simple was most impressive As the mourners was driven to the town park, where a collision, threw the Sprague's wheel of wages at Fall River mills. On the stand had been erected from which he nard over so that in the impact the other hand, so much forward business and not the bow of the schooner is under contract that difficulty Is al- -i ,_ ready experienced in making deliveries tl against Philpot would be taken, but It ib a report and the proofxian not be substantiated. The county officials, howtver saw that evidently the case sir Fredrick was that of negligence and therefore 1st of Westminster took action. This is the first case of accidental shooting, where action has been taken, to occur In PIscataquls county since the law covering cases of this kinc went into effect. an address. He welcomed to Roswell by Charles M. Reed, a student of Mercer University. Senator S. A. Clay intro- duced the President, who was enthus- iastically greeted as he rose to speak He said the Brundage. In the collision bowsprit of the Brundage was off at the knight heads and image was caused After the accident both vessels headed for Boston. The crew of the Schooner pieces off Steamer Cleveland. Tug Walter Metcalf, sunk off break- water light, eland. Several barges sunk off Buffalo harbor. according to schedule. As to worsteds! Pr'nke'' rOat'hed most manufacture-s are so well sup- plied with orders that they cannot con- King Fisher, beaten to A. Prince, damaged near Buffalo w off Ashtabula aider duplicate business and some are compelled to seek outside assistance In in Si '1 IK i I ice of the next convention was (Continued on Page Three.) Worth Its Weight in Gold ukli. chills, cramps Indiges- insomnia. Is Sanford's GREAT SALE Of Ladies' ft 1 -fl ind m J T" m Gents' J .O li humlrrcta of s which ire poing to unredpomed be sold for tin dm st Jilkd cases for a small weekly P im nt COLLATERAL LOAN CO. oi'i'osrrr; ONY not'SK Raiscc Seven "ealtiy Ciicren Mr-s. C. A. Treadwcll. of Naples, Me I raised seven children to man- hoixl and wotnnnhood, keeping them played Chop n's funeral march, followed by Purcfll's funeral music rendered with trumpets and trombones. Then came Schubert's "March Solennelle At noon, the procession stated from the 'hapel of St. Faith, where the casket containing the ashes had lain over nljrnt, and passed through the cloisbe-b to the space between the choir and i he sanctuary where the coveted with tho pall of laurel wreaths, was placed on a catafalque During the the choir sang the hymn "Brief Life is Heie Our Portion." Then follow fd the psalm, "Lord Thou Hast Been Our Refuge The esfson was lead by Canon Duck- sap In a stone wall which separatee the wortli, fie sub-dean of Westminster. orchard from the road, he picked up hH The "rthems were 'Crossing the rifle and fired, only to find, too late, that his Mctim was a human being. Mr. Plnlpot says that he could only see a ijart of his object and as It was a tufie dark, and Denaco had on a spot- ted coat, the resemblance to a deer was i i V "Senator, and you my friends, whom 6l that order to meet requirements. H' was entirel at faul it is hard for me not to call my neigh- bors, foi I feel as if you were: "You can have no idea of how much it means to me to come back to Bos- was entirely at fault, U. OF M. FOOTBALL TEAM Yukon, sunk haibor, crew rescued. Two of the crew of the Sheldon were lost off Lorain. The wreck of this ves- sel was the most serious of any re- ported thus far and the story of Its ex- well, to the Borne of my mother and my First Game in Maine College the limited Tannerg have secured contracts for delivery of enough packed hides during perlence was thrilling In the winter months to reduce activity The Sheldon left but there Is no -weakness. Particulars of the sad affair Is (taken from the Piscataquis as fol- io .vs Philpot, who with two other Orne- men, was after deer, was In tht orchard, separated from his compan- ions at tho time of the accident and claims that he heard a deer jump and waited, thinking it would appear dl- doctly. Soon, be thought he saw It coming, as the object Championship With Colby, Today. Orono, Me Oct. 20 will play her flrst game In the series for Light cargo of coal. dos are th, oniy SeWTf .srsurss? JS wear are supplied with contracts as- ashore she was be one of Maine's hardest and cvcrv player realizes that he must IMH.BB. dp his bpst to make a creditable showing The practice during the past week has been far from satisfactory, the reason for this is that many of the good men have received injuries that have kept them out of the game. This makes it ne- jubsti team. of which bore the life saving crew of Failures, this week, number 233 in the this port, succeeded In rescuing all out United States agaii st, 21S last year and of the crew. These two attempted reason -JS in Canada compared with 39 a year to escape in a small life boat and they were quickly swept out to sea and lost. The arowned men were John Fox, New York, Oct. Slate wheelltian, and Charles Evans, second great and he had no d.oubt but that it was a deer. As soon as Denaco fcll.'he ran to him and finding him badly wounded went to the camp where he found his companions and they car- ried him to' the home of Will Smith. and Weep Ye Not for the Dead.' Aftei tho anthems, the casket was borne 10 the grave as the organ pealed forth tic funeral march from "Coriola- nlis." Tho onlv mourners were Lady Irving and the sons of Sir Henry Irving, a few int mate friends and the pall beaiers. Of the mass of floral pieces but four had places during the service. One of these was a cross of lilies from Queen me season Physicians were summoned, but td no Alexanflia, bearing the words "To and he died. Sundav. !3'r Irving from the (pjntlfiued on Page Five.) are iMoore at center, Boarce and inu guards, and Talbot at end. The ab- gamo will -weaken the team in no sma 1 way. "Tom will he Piled by Quint This man deserves a "of praise for his excellent work In past few weeks He has developed 'L T." Atwood's Bitters taken in doses iccorclmi? to age and condition mcin health it any time of life. 35 ttttnts a bottle at all cood stores. STATE TAXIDERMIST up but as Denaco was not then dead and though the doctors claimed that there was no possible chance for a re- covery, no steps could be taken toward an Investigation, until death came. Coroner E. A. Chase, empanelled a jury consisting of I. f. Haddocks, B. P. Hobbs, W H Hobbs, A. T. Moul- ton. B. S. Howard and F. E. Jones, and with Constable C. Whitney visited the scene of the Monday. WOOD HELD COLDER. WasliHcton Oct 20 for New Sur-lar. fiir. ________ Boston Forecast. Bontdn, Oct 20 forecast for Bos- ton andj Ticimty: FUir and colder, Sat- urday, ibrHk to high westerly winds. Fail, Sunday. mother's people, and to see the spot where I already knew so well from what my mother and my aunts told me. It has been exactly as if I were revisiting some old place of my child- hood It hat, meant very much to me to be Introduced by Senator Clay. Sen- ator Clay has been altogether too kind In whit he said about me. Now I am going to say nothing whatever but the bare frets about Senator day and those facts amount to this: "If the average man I had to deal with in public life possessed Senator Clay's firm devotion to what he deems- right, my task would be so easy that it would not be worth mentioning. I have crone to Senator Clay for advice and counsel and help ever since I have been in Washington, just as I went to Senator Cockrell of Missouri, while he was m the senate, with the certainty that all I had to do was to convince him that what I wanted done was right rould not always convince h If I did convince him that was end of went that way. "It has been my very great good fortune to have the right to claim that my blood Is half Southern and half Northern, and I would deny the right of any man here to feel a great- er pride in the deeds of every South erner than I feel of the children, the _ __ brothers and sisters of my mother werp distributed on both team's. In South Portland this evening who were born andI brought up in that the fl've following officers were elected-' house on the hill there, my two uncles afterwards service and navy. One, the younger man, served the lineup at Dr. Wm. P. Hutchlns Rum- sinking thoughV on the Alabama as the youngest offi- present time, but the fo lowing men u-., barges of the fleet of Jataea cer aboard her. Ends, keeper of records, to is certainly in a tight'place, the of tomorrow in who received injuries the first of the wil' say: -Jison are slowly recovering, but will Something like a lull in wholesale not be able to play, Saturday During the trade is noted at some Canadian centers a vlctim tne storm off Loraln. She have "been fakTup and' mil Pendine the effect of awaited cold le" Lorai? for Toledo at 2-30 A. M., and part of tho game as a consequence These weather on trade. Where, as in the was struf'lc hv cool weather has arrived, trade is active in dry gooc s. Failures for the week number 31, as against 39 in this week a year ago. Eeed. the old 'Varsity tackle, The vessel is a complete wreck. The bfg steamer Wisconsin was also struck by the gale which blew her 1-on upon the rocks outside the breakwater. She can probably be re- leased without great damage when the sea dies down. NiruTC n KNIGHTS OF TEMPERANCE ,to nc ofheastst backsthe roilil Endorse the Women's Attempt to ever had and is a sure man In every way cure the Riaht of The last real hard work was done, Thvrs- firet and second ftams Portland TK 20.-The annual THE STORM AT DETROIT. One Life Lost and Now Hesi- tate to Cross Breakwater. Detroit. Mich. Oct. only one death, that of Mate David Syse of wwekad at Rogers City, Mich, was reported, dur- ing the day, as the result of the ter- lest night and is, evidence of The barge Rfioadea, which broke away lined up against one another for 10-minute meeting of the Supreme Commanderv rlflc storm which raged, tei halves, the second team being nearly as T, "nimnuery todayj on Great Lakes e strong as the first, as the few 'Varsity or the Knights of Temperance was held disasters is reported In sever T werp distributed on both teams, in South Portland, this evening and the J116 barge which the first team was able to make, only five following officers were elected- was beached at Rogers City, -mm renon- e hill there, my two uncles points. _ od ashore, today, on Cbeoeyoaa PotaL entered the Confederate The gamp, however, served as a trying supreme Commander, Robert P. Jew- She Is In an exposed ol served in the Confederate reSU'tS vice com- nvortt thi M.in. Ma.ne. Phone Birds, animals, reptiles and fish m nutted fiom fresh specimens or dried skins. Three grand prUo awards and 18 gold medals at St. Louis. sSOeodlp ic Jo 9 1 I am not located in the busi- est pjut of Water street seems to bo no hindrance to people finding out that 1 do the best shoe repairing in the city. C S. York Shoe Store, 133 Water St.. Augusta. On Charge of Kill Nei Bangor, Me, Oct. Wood of Reddington was held In ball, here today, on a charge of assault with intent to kill Ernest Cyr, a neigh- bor In Eddlngton, last Friday night. The preliminary hearing will be held, Saturday afternoon. Bail was fur- nished by relatives. Joseph Carper of Lynn, Mass., and James Rich of Boston, arrested, last night, on suspicion of being concerned St0VEf S In a hold-up on the outskirts of this city, Thursday night, were released, this morning, the police being satis- fled they were not the men wanted. A feet are better judges of shoes than he is. When you tuck Into a pair bf "Keith's Kon- "He'was captain of one of broadside 32 pounders In her fight and when at the very end the Alabama was sinking and the Kear- sarge passed under her stern and camp up along the side that had not been engaged hitherto, my uncle, Irv- ing Bullock, shifted his gun from one side to the other and fired the two last shots fired from the Alabama. James Dunwoody Bullock was an ad- miral in the Confederate service. Of all the people whom I have ever met Burleigh, tackles. Heed, Charles A. Maxwell, Portland- sunrpmo s Br i-oniana. supreme Talbot, Torre, ______ _____ ____ their and Smith, guards, Bearce, Stone or Ray, final Moore or Stone; quarterback. El- treasurer, James L. Blalsdell, Portland; llott or Miner, halfbacks, Quint and Hig- at -tw Kins; fullback. Weymouth or (Farwell atarms, W, lllam.White, Bur- Thesf men have all played In some of this year, and will be 34-00. Name of Mfr., R. G. Sullivan, stamped on every 7-20-4 APPRAISERS SET VALUE lOc. Cigar Of Brunswick Topsham Water Dis- trict Property at Is the snicker's protection and standard of quality. Factory, Manchester, N. H. a (torn tnrfm or rabwar (tilled for comfort, connnimee tclepboM. electHc rninlaf water In all Ir-rurntahed ilnele rooms and with dlnlnj-room for pocea (European plan, tl.OO a day tbj ontooe mttauraat of America, now one ot Boilon'n aHoir places, where the cholowt the market affordi Is aerred Inqoaint and THSKELLEB Brunswick, Me., Oct. L. Ijar- rabee, George EL Bird and Henry P. Cox of Portland, made their reports, today, as appraisers of the value the Brunswick Topsham Water District, fixing the val- ue at which will be paid accord- inn to an act of the Legislature for the water system In the town of Brunswick and Topsham. The amount is considered satisfactory to the dlsrict. the Maine WaterCo. as owners, hiving placed the value The three days' session of the provincial Sunday Schoof Association convention at Moncton, N. B., concluded. Friday night A report recommending the amalgama- tion of the New Brunswick and Prince e-ss? :a anc Winter Slits anc T ercoats Ptor style and quality, at reasonable prices, see bui Wonders. That's the way a great jnany of our patrons apeak the new sty e suits we are selling 'or 6. BARKER CO., 1 Cach Outfittart, Cony House, SfllWater Street, aerdtaer shoes they'll tell you they're comforta- he was the one that came nearest to ble at least At that beautiful creation of this store, 60 and 'Colonel Newcomb.' "Men and women, don't you think AUQUSta that I have tne ancestral right to claim a proud kinship with those who showed their devotion to duty as they saw the duty whether they wore the gray or whether they wore the blue? All Americans who are worthy the name feel an equal pride In the valor of those who fought on one side or the other, provided only that each did with all his might and soul and mind his duty as it was given him to see his duty." The President next was driven to the old Presbyterian church in which his grandfather, James Bullock, was once a leading member. The vener- able pastor of the church. Rev. Er. W. E. Baker, offered prayer and the President and Mrs. Roosevelt then shook hands with a number o' the townspeople. On the way to the train the President stopped for a moment he -ggj thls the Farwell at full Is a. new man having registered but a few days ago. He Is do- alld Yt Is ticeable Improvements on the team. He very rapid he w nh men andimoSr thS game thoroughh? Torre at end though at! ifle light, wfll men and have had their try- ing out. The halves, Saturday, will proba- bly be 20 minutes each and the officials will be Halliday of Dartmouth, and O'Halloran of Holy Cross. SPARKS FROM MAINE WIRES. George H. Brainard of Nottingham, N. H., the young man who run amuck in the Portland telephone office, in 1901, kill- ing two men and seriously wounding three more, for which ho was sentenced for life on the charge of murder, been pronounced Insane and placed in the in- sane ward. There has been no special change in the fellow's condition since be was pronounced sane by the'court, and the change is made more as a precaution against his obvious and dangerous Blood- thirsty tendencies than anything else. A short time since, Brainard was searched and two murderous which he had himself made in prison found on him. One was a daggar. with leather handle and guard, placed In a leather sheath and fastened to the In- side of his undershirt. The Made -was very finely fashioned And finished and sharp as a razor on both sides and With a, needle-like point. The other -weapon WHS ah ordinary clasp-knife, .with leather Ilngtun, Vt.; supreme herald, Hiss Edna Hutchins, Oakland; vldette, Fred R. Rice, Bangor. Resolutions endorsing the effort be- ,_______ Ing made by the members of the Maine Woman's Suffrage Association to se- 'P -OI cure the right of bal ot, urging nation- al legislation in the direction of aband- oning th6 Internal revenue system for the handling of liquors -were passed, also thanking Congress for passing laws banishing liquors from the army and navy buildings and Immigrant sta- tions and demanding of Congress the passage of the Hepburn-Dolllver bill, prohibiting the of the laws of the states by the shipment of liquors into such states as prohibit the sale ot _. Jtewgr-l of ..-----Scranton, wluch up the Detroit today, ashore that he had pawed a. linking scl in Lake Erie. Oapt Stewart's report was that the wreck Wan aeetl 2U m-em southwest of the southeast sbou Ug.it- The SulBarta, of the Un- evidence. fleet he when she Paajed Detroit, yesterday. alscertalned that VM Jftgi staking rtghted by tho Scranton have been n nae of anher _ix..ii lanTln fi iehSower Emmi Mich.. Is m Isle COUntr (Continued on Pace Three.) WAITT A BOND'S TO T E _flL AX. his mother's brides The reception of the the old imnuT w e of hls mother at was a Are no longer an experiment They have stodes thft past year and the sale on them has siderably more than doubled. They are o'clock. (Continued pn fage 10 keen edge. Bow, when or where ard made thorn, nobody But the discovery of them atart- and tO IMLvC ami 'IrUCTC fsft Tie Best oa One retaikr sold during 1904. r 1EWSP4PERS
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