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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1905, New York, New York                                "All the News That's fittoPrmt." %M ___ CENT THE Fair to-day; rain west to north Winds, VOL. LV....NO. ANfflVPREPARINGTO REOPEN, SAVS JEROME YORK District Attorney Hears That .Decora-tore Are at Work. GOV. FOLK EIGHTS FIRE. Leads Firemen und Executive Gueets 23.-The GAELS CRAM MURPHY'S BOSS Executive Mansion narrowly Special to Ttu JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Missouri escaped destruction by fire at 3 o'clock this morning, and Gov. Folk and his guests were for a time In danger of their lives because the density of. the smoke j ______ made it very difficult for them to Meeting j MISS ROOSEVELT LANDS; TRAIN OFF FOR RECORD Leaves Fastest Pacific Steamer York in 62y2 Hours. TO WASHINGTON CAPTURED WARSHIPS IN JAPAN'S REVIEW andi Is Enthusiastically Received Women- Hear Him. to be soon grew i so thick as The Governor-immediately rushed j to tho- telephone and summoned-the Fire i and then, donning a rubber, proceeded to -fight the fire with SAN i means as he had at hand, As soon ,.ocord voyage mu9t ,o he, She is Annoyed by Stories Printed In j BuUoch Resident Says the East Is Awakening. JIJST CALLED HIM THEODORE. President's Mother's Bridesmaid Also Patted Him on the Shoulder. Spscipl to Niw York Timis, ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. him Theodore and patting him on the shoulder, Mrs. E. Baker received President Roosevelt last Friday In Barrington Hall, her home at Roewell, Mrs. Baker was bridesmaid When the President's mother was married. She i had been Hwtted to a reception at the old of British and American Fight- CAPT. DOOUYTHREATENED. Also Some Suggestions for the Ten derloln Captain. This conies of being Captain In tho j observed Capt. Dooley of MOBILE CROWDS WILD OVER THE PRESIDENT Thousands Rush His Speeding _ J, Fleet of 308 Vessels Al.gned for Carriage to Shake His Hand the Mikado's Inspection HAD TOGO BY HIS SIDE Ing Craft Received Nlppon- night with a He held in his hand a postal card that bore the pictures of j .-----_____ two blinking owls and was A MrFDAL "Say, Cap, get wise to your Job and RECEIVES A HANiloUMt WTCUMI. stop kiddln'." Then Capt. Dooley produced several j threatening letters. Some of them eald Hfl Speak. pf the Panama wrtMt.i his life If he didn t ____. that he would lo.e his life on the Proper Training of Children. TOKIO, Buioch home, and asked for her. Mr. day paased. off without, the [vagrancy last night up to II! o'clock, j receptloiia, the one.accorded me this aft- V a toid Of her refusal to attend a pub- "llUch. jt was. a most Impressive slg: There were about forty on Friday from Yokohama Miss Alice ;ljc reception; and the President said ,he however, on account of Dooley curfew law went into to The New York Times. FRANCISCO. Oct. 'Jli.-After effect. SAVED THE EXPRESS. your city was the grandest of e were the we) da of President Theodore Roosevelt as his special trahi Jeft here ''to-night at o'clock for ifis explanations seemed to tnied with dense smoke, New York with the object strike' the six-br seven thousand people who heard them satlsjar.toi J of the maln haU above question oi: Where did he get streain was turned on there not forgotten, and was rer-eUeu i the source of the trouble, antl I jthe Governor at once Ml rlicht even, he said, j up the stairs through bv'u about and 3-low about J. Serges was nut. lujt reac the usual appluuso. But Mr. -not further. j Tr t j ait i i i -A A -ere near- the ret.ord th'at Will stand white lace about the collar and cuffs. I eluding the former the mantel, retoia cap, and was the iilcture peresviet, (renamed but did i'or many years. 0C contentment. I Saganii.) Poltava, trouble antl I Miss Roosevelt, Mr. Harrlman, tt thjs she said, thft Section H.nd Open by the Japanese tho In Time. (Tango.) Nloolal 1., to The New York Tinm. T.f Oet. Ala. The President fairly captured ti.e peo- ple of this clty': .After he had his address, paying tribute to the. -veterans soldiers who acted as nianaa t Cram and his a fight to his power by fight for .it. what OranV to be a leader of leaders And he is. Han he not _ the plug Inuv the throat of Murph> that he. cannot, anawer plain, orOlnaVy ques- lions? The first moling was. In a vate and Infernal atfair. T Athletic Club-a social the Fourth strictly noi d the Ituatloi or in A -stream Was turned on al ha ana the was( n pllt o.i bf en made by her sister d u and rhe' slbeTla.s time Is 118 mln- GuV. Folk was perfectly, cool and col- m BmpreM In- B Orlent to covered was 10 TO drawn >lp Odds Drop from 10 to t -Even Money j The j cruiser Aeama, on board the armored on Jerome. I cruiser Yaeyama and escorted by the The odds on McClellun. whioh were 10 to boats Tatsuta, Chihaya. and Manshu, of al. lected during the whole, excitement. The fire was caused by a SQund fe and the damage Is estimate! at about BrPater. 1 a'few davs dipped to 10 to yester- The mansion had been newlj Mr waa greatly pleased by Broad Street curb. J. J. Judge I wasT headod throughout.. in'tlie successful trip. had bet nffalnst of Sleele Admiral the of Mrj. Folk Ui RQbert Qwlet of New York that P wouldfbe defeated., mansion was the -y.lht brukm j._ i Ol HIS wllliilliBci imw and the, by- the protected Governor In his brief and Henry Street, 'Mr. Jerome paid his com- pliment, to "Jimmy" Osbornf, saying that a more honest man was not to be found. There was not gold enough in America to buy Osborne, he saidV But "he now 'Jimmy Osborne i; a puppet. He is a tool of the He la a toy In the hands of the man against Whom, I am fighting-. He is so by CAUGHT IN VIENNA, Street Jail Breaker Robs, De- positor at Bank Window. New York Times. half he divided among'the officers and Although it had been expected that Roosevelt would spend'ft few days'In around San Francisco, all prevtous plans were changed during _ the land-neither her party nor that ol Mr. _ >f 1 u 1 ha" diUen down tm hurled carried him to the Then, blinded with dust and Capt. John F! in behalf of. told the President he Jiad done more than ony other man to.. i reunite ail 'factions. On every side ssed along the front of the first line, by the battleship j Togo'? When the Nlcolal I., which was at the I t Rctlon probably averted serious Hie line, was reached the cruiser, headed due north, and then In a IORS Ol accident. It is e will that the railroad coin- reward the employe to run again fo-morrow the South wouM him a'wonderful-majority.'.' Cheering Multitude in Streets. The President's train arrived at T n ion St a t Ion at 4 V27 P: M. had been a general Hosing: .of all .business. the" election bolder evfcrj -D HI.. Oct. Harriman landed here. They e'celved a 1 ferrcd from the Siberia to the t-ug Arab peror's side, aa If the odds on Me- i Tne Km'peror at the Km- Author Admits She Failed i rect Accounting of Property. rrcelvecV In would go still lower." suld Jutltfo board the Asama Admiral Noel and lheTaptulnB of here es hV Alan Cosul; at New. and taken direct to Oakla a TIMES reporter yesterday. _ course, yoti never can tell, but things Warships present, (the batti point that way now. The Hearst boom is j Hin aml the letter rrom over tne i responsible rot tne cna ig infomln. .hem KM- Wt at 3 "rank. Lawrence Ml loran was arrest1 Vienna. OKdeii route ot the BontneiB wonkl get- I A-nil Jl _.. 1 ItCkt d IVl f'( I Pi iH asking them to send identification papers i i of his very honesty. Having u 19 charged, stationed himself preferment at the hand> of the boss, he JR of a bank ln VIenna. _ When_a cu.- U tod honorable a man to fling the boss aside when he is elected. And do not want to be the aervant of any boss. It ia'toossism .1 a-m. fighting against." When the cheering had died away which greeted his dppearar.ee In the Amsterdam Opera House. Mr. Jerome smiled .and said: I guess it would be to tho taste of the handed out a few hot tomer carrying for deposit entered of mile. In s ..people here if 1 ones." _ And from every .came: corner the. (response You bot! We're jready! "Go_for 'em! At this meeting the proportion of wo- men was unusually great. Kach time Murphy or Otlell was mentioned by name audience hissed long and angrily, and women, were particularly energetic In excellent voice and Mr Jerome w-ns AVhile the ueposinn wna front of the teller's window, It Is alleged, o Killoran seized the money and fled. ,He I s was .soon arrested, and'gave his name as, James J toward. Killoran, with Sid Yennle, ]Tarry Rns- Tharles Allen, and George Carson, robbed the Springfield Post Office at noon one 'day in of In stamps and the wedding silverware of Harry H. Dev- ereaux and Postmaster ,RIdgely's daugh- ter They were In New York. KiHoran. Allen, and Russell escaped from I.udlfrw Street Jail, but were recaptured and served terms in Chester, 111., peniten- ago. at the Blxteentn w tiary. For many a day after July Allon. and Russell out here forty-eight hours, from the) leaves tha station at San time 1 order to this run It must average r. ninety lost go- from Cheyenne to Omaha nearl miles an hour to make up time over the Sierra-Nevada Mountains and the Rocky Mountain range. The Union Pacific and Southern Pacific are single track roads, and, to insure p Beared, two even that votes. There were several bets on McCIellan at 4 to 1. _-., u Special to 1 he Yot k Tiwts, Oct. Alice TTe- Rlce, who four years ago sprang into through .the medltim of of the Cabbage Patch." County Court to-day am had failed to give a correct ac- the naval pageant from nil of personalty amounting SortH of large and .smalli m subject to taxation. iTCpU "v> f 1 to ot Late last night an even bet of on bay- all the available po ns shore were densely Jerome's Election was being negotiated. J. J. Judge was place that sum against Jerome, and. Harry Sa.dler threat- slhce from the sta-Mon to (he stand on 1 Hienvlllo. .Square res-idencea and stores eovored with' decorations of lights bunlmg. route lay on. Government .'Street Of tlie most'-noted drive? in Mocks, some of MobJU-'s' most Infhiential rtllzens, rhier educational inslltntion, and one. .or her historic clVurchK streets "were'' packed' witlr'cheering hu-. Imanity. aiul'-ai institute. Barton the W spectators. on the District contest are 1! to 1 against Jerome. LAWYERS JEROME. Jpseph H. Choate Heads List of Those -Who Appeal for His Re-election. Eighteen prominent members of the bar, among them four ex- hundreds of school children National songp. oceMsl.in was hoaded by fullAwod by Col. K. B. Dumont New safety, the track Is ordered c hours ahead of the special. As a precaution a'plloV engine Will precede the train. Accompanying Mr. ll.irrlmau Krutuchnett, director the' following circular: has IHOIMMJ j members of 1 of the Bar Association, have organized for. the purpose of working ,s T for the re-election of District Attorney Jerome. Thia.'new organization yester- Initiated gainst the an- A  :one or two oilier point, r spec ihor bv Revenue Agent A. J. Bisot, whose The spectacle caused much joy "peciai duty it is to look after back taxes lion- among the j by-roi.- of the KtrM Alnbama National Tirtr-in-  T mu rin-ton ha, been stationed In been and the cidel.s of the .Military-. School. erale euM'ans as a gua rd of honor to the In whose were seated of -the Arrangoinen-ts; Mayor P., 1 ted in Jul Russia turned from the front DWrlct Attorney', orfice than tell. the the ._ that" he repeatedly, but the I broken jail. if; At the. Central Office last Is" unfortunate astonishment was expressed that Kill ;11 rather stand crlt- shoukl be at large In Vienna. The of If J had not ftot him, charge, of the Detective Bureau that Kllloran BuffMlo. of the l- U'.1 Shore to haul the to this in aavaiK-e, were these slgna- would I have been with the ry one of given me a fight- The Majestic Hall I them would have It it-was w 10 lniln WU! 8? T7 Jerome and from Buffalo to Ar- ici'r said i hat -Txx.-ntieth If P08' Mltchlu. was .inla, b> an hoi.. j Horace RuWll, Hem i ntor and an'Official who the duties of his high ronSiderable army held Srrfce without fear or favor an-l solely In the The reniainder of this force was .public interest.. Vladivostok and partly circular, of .which Mr. the Province of Primorski MUS Otti7ens. Spring season. 1 rtn dais in a built. by _ middlo-aged woman technical -school In haa been a leuclicr j of M stuffed bear, flt in ,n Ea.tein_college. elRlu fwt- in height, bearing, in I 11 campaign managers knew as the Tume.i River. doing time somewhere. of oked a? RS when here, sev- j ftn'd FIRE SCARE AT ALMSHOUSE. n Blackwell'! as far south as I The attaches say had Drought of efficiency, l.leut. Gen to a :a floral independence bell, and..aboye 886 KILLED; 13J83 INJURED, Record of Accident, on j lean bj Alexander n. of wrp WASHINGTON. Oct. 2S.-In Ihf twolve -v i p 4 e 1V IPQ 1 __i_--n-ti soldier whom, If propei.iy j KOns wer BARRED "BY N'EWJAVEN ROAD on June 30, 880 per- Idlled and Injured in this country, Russia to- the tlon on a bronze plate on the ba.e or the and was presented by Czar Island Alarms Patients. of th  Tne bear was eighties, of the- sale. Tay- ions collisions and 168 Special to The New ICELAND. Oct. for independent concerns to trains. The damage get" joint through rate_on _petroleum or road'property HIS of which 16R -Minister of States its products over railroads operating with York, New, Haven and Hartford. flames, and. into the air You may say afternoon tne w. the bv the, u The things -that I funeral service was .ibout to begin. nn the Waveili ui of the i derailments affected j to rail- MILES OF SUN SPOTS, "hear. they., are redecorating of wild excitement Mr. Jerome took up-the Insurance wards_ The places? we ,HS A 17- any acTtS cfn his part would'b, The building, being of highly In- also tnat .any- tn the when, with a rapid such action would ground however, that they represent any ,r'h value or are of Ihe fabulous char- me, su  .teeter-or your I packed There naa not vania ai would furnish parlor lor who to auena h. through rate never s i I ullowert Mr Jerome told the story of the I next, and 'told it more lullj e1viderc.ereandh0wenT UjjA j 9CVUHU r ,he wi.hed to be under.aker -retainedp Police Find the i any other Amer.can Her Wnd- than i on the Doroda. were but none were do- they uoui. j- twua non.r hv. ana. be oie Viltherto "We, tne prpua Friday, will exceed In any hitherto asjhe M _ _ IT WASN T MR. HtARbi. Nor Was the Other Mlneola Auto Pris- oner Mr. McAdoo. head of that republic, will by your broad views and judicious actions, so unite In bonds of friendship all sections of our loved country, that Americans will ad- vance till they become the foremost of nations and may without misgiving in Mineola yesterday under the name j oamp. w wiarat. Mineola yester-j Take this .little reminder, and to dlctment _ .the engineer. _9ir Purdon's F.rewe.l. concerning hla alleged Sneitly differed in Judgment, on th. the police those POS" .live to the interests of Japan. China j .ef on on ..a.er ran her ashore and escaped. 'Neither they abb .open Uw dey flnt f Drake Accepted It the Same Way. mornlng Hi Majesty WAT D a crew uccii w y-D_____ tlio I __ IVIIIB ____. s T ONBON, Oct. 23.-Slr'Furdon Clarke. M He'eald: new Director of the Metropolitan Mu- I u ls falge. i haven't been on Lone soum of Art, New York, who sails for. for, three weeks." seum "i _ 4i_ -oirHUA Star steamship ___---------------------------- BE LOST WITH 18 MEN. womanhood and epOtlesS. typical manhood of our Southland, and peculiar.- ly appropriate as you are half Southern. man In the rear of the hull, man in MIC it Judge Alfor.d, the Commit I tee on Arrangements, then introduced 'the President, who was briefly !bv Mayor P. J.Lyons, who paid, high of the Doroda's crew during the last I notification of appointment to j "interest in Sir Kaliyuga Believed to Have Abut, have, been caught._________ f rfx or geven yeur8. i Federa, pQaition and its acceptance was tf) Ne York> and said he wished Steamc f-----nl. -Pnntmaster Wlllcox's sec- couid pec the Metropolitan Museum of j Sunk In Huron. Then the I ENTS. ply chloroform were on Bessie answers the desc rLlonrora and that .here .111 be futur, operator :-.rlptlon of not Immediate." i imer Drake was a had recently j T Ideas were' exe- j io Thf Ntw York Your coming among us has been I CLEVELAND. bhto, Oct- The new Director lunched with Ambas-} Kaliyuga, belonging-to the wi.th your record as fr from C. R. Burllngame of as Post OffTce Purchasing Committee, j eighteen men. ftcts __ _ ami _ __ f 1 I r v 6f-Town ,Buyera.-Page W83 In Newport harbor two Sentttor weeks ago Saturday and was overhauled Uye Longworth of Ohio; IA .1 ____ Business Commercial World.-Page 14. by her crew. Jt was her first appearance i in these water? b it. ner crew was United States civil service ex- Mr. Reid to act as In Lake Huron with j coupled with yox.r piiblk passea a QO ana drrj e. rnrnmlttee, orewOf eighteen men. While all hope ftcts arui public declarations, has gKen been abandoned, no trace of her mn________ e can be found, and it is thought that she 1 purchase for the Museum of two small mbed td the gale that swept the lake i Lncl naintings of.saints by Crevelll, cost- Thur_dav and Friday nights development, though not immediate, Among the Bunn-m.. _mlnatlon -for a i chairman of n r crew ttl.ti, nur- werT Senator Newlands of Nevada and Three days ago, the applicant's wiu be formed here hag not been abandoned, no trace of her them CQnfldence .p your sincenty of pur Iff., senator Warren of Wyoming, Rep- 'in Brooklyn, received a notice new Dlrector to-day completed the be found V. your "onstlbularv; R. P. Schwerin, Pres-; (he Drake was two days out at 4 whlch win be shipped to l with Capt. F. L. Tonklir of bur Federal affairs t, at you __ _ iS I_L__AI____ _ _. A i_ lort r iTmriLLll.] bi other, from General Manager of the Pacific gea ed the nUi from! New York, the brother forwnrd- tlceClhrough the Marconi oper- ators. r camf byjy shortly. Sir Purdon takes with i Ohio, in command, left ,oyal and devoted to our several fine plaster reproductions and i tte several days ago with ore. Tho cotncd out of the blood, sacr.fice and a collc'ction of antique furniture aud heard ot nei- was when she passed of-our ancestors, fcucn is i V' New Corporation Rear Estate.-Page 15. 8oclety.--Page 0. United Service.-Page 10. Weather Yesterday's 2. tings last Friday would report for duty wood Carving( including an old erman rules to ndsorn French armor and ex- of mir people In you that   

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