Wellsville Allegany County Reporter, September 13, 1910

Wellsville Allegany County Reporter

September 13, 1910

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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Wellsville, New York / fanD.WBIKLT—tlJIO FEB YBAB WELL8VILLS, N. T.T!«8DAY, SEPTEMBEB13,1910m NEN KILLED IN A CAVE-INManif More Were Injured So Badly They Cannot Rscover.mm by mi of stone Boction of Tunnel on th« New York, Lake Eri« and Western Railrotfd FcH in. Carrying Workmen to f>ca+h—Mot- of Them, Who Were Working c" Top, Went Down Feet THOWAS TAGGART Pivcs un Easterner For Demo-rcfiiceMlal Ncn-mee. Flm, With Their Above Thfir Hesdf. Hands Raited Nfw Y; 11 "¿ —The long li«( workr^n Willed in t^e consiruclioii of irt' N« w Y. rk. I.alee Kr\v Ä \Vp!><-»•rr tT.l'hrOiui's ri»-» ik" '"t 'hrough l-ti>r?^n hilV w a^' ofTir rpasf d liv 10 tìiiii tluv w.th . f ir, ( f h •-■■' tion of ItU' fiOKU nj.- ;|,| I,;lil:t! <il ihe west 41II en; ;<i I lit I ii 'I fi' Ti ki'l'<l .'.rid a« rn.Tny flint* i'ij.ittti i-tiiiii- -(> '^"riuM'-'V thai I'ofUit« at ihi- no-^¡ i'ala bt-Uii'v chnirtt rf<rv(T-. F'vf^T wnrc a < nV'ii iion f om!)Hn> lUiniii! Uli Ih!; íi^it-n l u! \ïxa txie. raJL nwcl han ht fn putti:.p ffip flni^hin;.' loiK hefi tf. the preat pTifxinr'-rinK J ■Jilth tie f.f :i bij t i c ol d- jlUrs Old Tunnel Wat Finished In '67. P'nr Mveriil dr.y«^ tji«- < fut ciid Ihr (-lü " mill 1 whicli was f1ni.«h<t>fí ir; TiT. ha^ l.t'-ii di^i iiprarint; HDd»>r tl.»^ ff'ici' of (tvnamii^. The )i(nii vinB t(» t.ike ( iii the iiartitioa, wall arni rcMif of the tuniul for about lOfl Trfl ^o a«^ to pemif the laying of • fourth ir,irk h ading to the ml. Thr flriM drivpjB and nx-k men cm RoLiirdfry had t token up a hir^ se< tlon of tLe tr?p r< I k ")vér the brick arc h of thf tyftie! Otcie-K were ?iven to Uw drill drivi r-. htlprrs ami labore r ; U) cUiftr .'tway the btoken stone and a»» or rn<<:e siaried on th»^ 1».b early Suridi.\ men inn. At the same timetwo joy riders crushed to deathThree others Injured When Auto Hits Telegraph ^e. Nahanf. Mn:.«-. Sept 12 —automobile rtrtTlnir Ht<niiJ Naftant rm.t. iie«,r the rnltod Stat.-'P llfesavinK station. stnuk a if legraph pole and then turned turtle and when the wreckage tiud been tienrrd ;iway it was found that two were« d'iati and that the re-mainine three o«( ujiant« wt*re more (n less injured The ca'- was the proi>ert.v of Johr. TAGGCPT FAVORS WILSON .rillinp. .1 I,oweil Hho«- 'inari'ifacturer. ■»ho is suinn erhiK t.» r». and was driv eij by his rbaiifr<':ir Albert Mi.nn. who had taken srv< ral of iiis fri.-iids for a Ji>>y ride u Marnolia The de^d «re Albert M.si.na, it." years <ilrt. of Lo^^ell; Mrs Ira Reed, years of are. nT Nahatit. j hoR® ir jiired were Ita Keed and fiis son Dan, aiid Hertnati of larnai« .1 ria in. 1 h<- a< ' id< I 1 ufc- (Ini td I iif exphv .'■inn of I hie«' of tilt Mri'-' Hiictia lo-f oontn I <if thf^- 'ii:h ( im» :ind " headed KiraiKhl fni a i< N i-raph post, "ncakinuCOL. ROOSEVELT REACHES HOME Eipects to Enter Most Bitter Fight In His Politicai Career. TO SCRAP FOR PROGRESSIVES EK-Prea'd'-nt Wi ! Wer». Fer s Ce an Cut and P'^oc'^etf vc ''^icí'et. and I» Willin- to Tri.« £ Crr.ncf at Get tinfl Licxeri In t>e li'i-ffe—St il In —the Pgr h ■ ■ FnenOf V^ Car'duT'.e. ■ -frr- Ft f Í (.1 » 'I I ■. a > l"c c ' f V '^i*. c^í-l Committeeman v'vtu n • i. «.e lo See Eas'erner Nit r«-.ní.trci Fc r P-esident. '•iríTn.rHf-rr-t:- pr) i ü:- nTKfrds GoTfTTioT MHt«h:.i! brt. ¡««.kiiiK *ifh a p(Hid dial of di'-'riist «»n rhe rre<iuent visita t't N'ai'fnal f'on/rr»; i I« eman Ta«; *( Ti Kasl and of thrm are (.[lírlv rh})rj.'inp that the Indiana r'iMiiriar: I« rot ^uMiiij; wlth varloii^ E.iPte'-n poíttician^ in the int^rent of Preeldent Wtiodro» WiNími (f F'rinee-trjn univerpUy. Thouph there Is no eontcRt in aiiv way betw«er Toíc^art and Marshall now. Tapuart said to feel ;hat the goverr»or will renew the flpht as Boon aa tbe eleotion is over an<ì 1« certain that Marshall »ould cruíh hira if the Rovemor were eleeted pre8lden^ It 1» Paid hy tilt» fcoverriir's *t i-'niN that Tifpan wantv an Kaste-n man noml-nated in and that he i-^ joinin«; «ith fritTidt- of PreP'd»'nt Wilson in 1 ' Il \'nl < > i; ■<- I ii 01» of 't» fiv'"- 'tli'' it ofr rcfir ;;ro'in<' .Mr Reed, ' lii^- \vi;h his ,ind Speum,i. w,t- hiirled nel dui it» fert t! rolli li ili»- air lantlinK on v< r\ Nome l'irf. THf. t ;.: (ontiniied itr x^y^ Yoi k c,rt tmiT^ ft-r a «»icrr-i iH^in-r^ hit«« ed turile. ^ Mf «rr WT f ...t« T pu-riìl it I « Il I,»- ) ■ l/t I, t , ! •,«. t (h i.d al T< r I UM r«' • » . 'r \ mgkiniayprophesies party |s republican victory CalítornlaCongressman Says His Party Will Control Neit House. Bf-vfilv. Sei ' 11' — I 'II'un Me-Kliiiftj ♦ f> l'Ili lu ;.I. r' I -e; HiîHti\e v/h(> wen' du'.vn ti; d-f'-at p. l(>re the PLAN OF WEST.FAILED TO CRI IRISH CHANI BWctpitij: inni.ru» M OaJifoi r Iii prìiua'ii x il) the ' t;ne«îtConservation Is Cuse, Says Lorral», leUr Governor of WyiMrii$. at tht '♦Hit \;ted tin d» to ' Whit» H. !■ 1' .:at ¡<.ti Mc Kitil r'-piitar» s» It ..•e<l h o ; > t-í< din V ( l< rv :>•' a If Mr lati hluí ir I'lli iiMti f«>ítilar al 'I.» -<iinm»r lilt iK'!i!i<al FORESTRY SERVICE RAPPED. V ; (1.« ol Ili» Kf.Mihhran r ."'11' I whf IV—<li*1'i ini—t*rrr 1 .« 1 : I 1- aid 1*. r.ilifornri r; iix t \ ( ^ II -1 ai^i) .11 d hi'- -1,1V af He^ < I 1 \ f ' I ( • i a t ' I ■> 1 'ii;toi 1,1-1 ! II (1. (. :t. <.f ru\ I : I.. <•, : N ■ iiof I.I- bf r>>.i. rdfd b. VI 1! h :i| V ">i 1 1.» h' ■.r-i\;;t (i-: iMii ;t; - fk' d III ' i .it , ,1 at IK 'id I 1- f IMi ,.I. 'I;.!. in 'I'U' ti <11 ion ^iM' 111 h;le II wav mlxmi," a" MÍ f t a v« rfr,r, in tlu100.000 PERSONS PARADE a bij: »¡If. rrv' MVi 1 ta. ivitd in«' debri-l frpiiii^nt • (inf'~r''ri( e>i it whtf-h. poft1f-i: ti.e ti.i.i '-i M b. i ri. ,. b<»rf ;ne < ii'•• The u.eii .¡t. wnfi -ti. 1- - I ' Will .1 an V c. a ! . I . ! d<»wi, !(■ . !.(• • ■ ffH ir. 1 werf VHi K in" frolli ít.eir !>■■: of th« .'ui-y At ](' O ' ! the t iuk ar' entire width '11 the Wi -ier i ftid of ♦ i; ol oí til. 1UIIP' 1 •.. .. 1. Í : ■ it lit- ri K'i: 1 ij ' i;. . roi\' II .- tom s ■» : 1 • III • < ,, nd i'. ii-<1 ! ■ ; f - -1 ' | .| - lOIIS of ■ ■ 'i: I :. ht ! i.f -i oiie-11 t w 1 lu I'll mill k-I»-;' TI' • I'. rf-i K riHT. !.■■. HI 1.1' ( (if roc'c ! jn» V M"- I l.o fs oi' I he HKif .111- mI d( rri(-k-. ' 1. k M r, foot S' ( t ion 0Î .Mi(ii. t;l> ca^ fd in it -looking down trv-.Tif: t< en ---ai' i a^ í-.. i \v(ii U: 'I Ml.-I (. M. }U: If I It,. 11 a I' onrniory to bf r of W'pïi. inai Great Procession In Montre Which Closed 2l«t Eucharistie Colore««. Montreal Si'i« 12 — <J\ei U>0,00<i persons lav .md lU iteal foi med thn treat prrx whi< h, Irom a spe*- i>icular I uint of vitw < lowd 21 st Enchkristic r^n.'íTe; s »tTrMontreaJ Sun-d.tv. It H esfrtiated that < lo»e on to CbO.OOO p«„><iple weiv nMsst-d dloDg I h'e rout« fio'n Pi.i'-e lí Artm'-- io Plelel. f-r'B Fiekl to rhe tiiouiitainside His I^rnineno- t'anlijial Vannut*» li. waJk-in^ »)ntl«>r ^ hn-.'t canniiv nud i arrv inR the mon^tranoe i tuiiamlng the I'.ist sKkkI li'.'H ¡DUI ti»'\' froM .Notre Uaii)'" to h».' I VM-n ;iit uliar ■ • 11, but It as iv iNiit ibat In was lumpit-tly tu- 1(1-1 ' I r> Wi.^. :. 1 '.o\"inT I ' ÍMii ,-1 n 1 .f 'loili srf ' 1 .<-1 !■ ' ; n ; 're Id- nt icfoii 'o I'e emor wfirn ou n.oif ill 1. « f ' ' sr. •! f: ^»a t- I ^ il .-II:' 1 .1 h ,1 ! ffw d It iii'itneiii • I illr- I Hf ' 'd havi' [III :is;illt UV'-t bi;l be I« noi »niir"!' uiioram of <\ istin*' <.i(mIì: <ni- and v\itl,i!. a f«. iv dav-s hf' uiil b« on tl.« V b Will Scrap For Progressives. On tht first (Ihv (mt Mr (.'(k.m-v^Ii issvie^l n -tat.iiK iit K, 'bi » lTe<4 that he would fot the prfv^Ti-jesj\i in the Shiatoua <fin\»'ition Ibat wh-iTi reply ti> h h atta<k iiipde «u. him I ■ Rarne« FHi,< that he ha« noi 1 bangfHl l,l8 rn tid In fac t hK t'Xperl-erees in the V t ha\i tiiHd-> him a'l ti?e keener to iMnflk tbc tua. bine if t^e ( •>;> do It. I lust wbat /iiiirs«- ;tif coUin^l will 1> irsiif. a' "-îara'ofa he doe« know birn | -. If Hp -aid that h» will wor^ i 1 n i1»;mi I I ami | ro>:r<-'-s¡ .> ticket ¡ il inK lo takf- ( h.iti' f I '-d III Ih» i-ini^gle. I' hi;l,' 'Of .ill ' bf coio- |l fi. W 'l Ill; to 1 I. I I -I M H 1 l\ «■ JIIH' iti'iiin. itMii in lii»^-1di III oil bi-o|iii,i( i) th»' K<-'ii -'Hii *t -iiuate t I w 1 . h 4.(11 I and .'> • I I H I'. Í I \va!»-i jKiwer' i f ;.Mii|ni iiijf 7(1(1.(lliu I., -, - |i I,as tie^ii ,1 .VI» id tbe Stat»•• an ir.-iiim ii .>. ar ' Mr .M» Kit; IS pi<fe sf-s to have ( HD va!<se<l II«- coni^ifis-ioiial -iiiiatifin il.roiijcb i'h«-'V,,i,V,i i y i retíy tbÔrô'uffhlv ai.d il hl- oiiimoii that the nexr b ui'-t' of r« ]'i. -» iital ives will be Reina fority of tf>ri to Work Failure: So Far »nd R«tard«r of States' Development 1« Brooks' As-teriion—Same Rights as Older Com monvktaiih* Have Enjoyed Demanded Ma t il Sti r-. p. w. r îiiiia'n! V itnt- (if v" ti\ ;-..bli< UP t t IVf. Ml .MiKiiiiii' IKili'ifal íi:ii¡!. lieved lb»' P'» - lias ti<i pi,III" for his Hit n ut-iM rally bf-( ♦ i.t I'aft will aptiiiin*. Iiim tu .4)11-« o fi( f ! The ;inKldetit aiteiHl»d tb«- funeral of Soli.'lie r «;.-n»ral Lbiyd \V. Bowers ii. H<-loi ibiH inorniDK. CAMPAIGN ENDED Most Strcnuoi One In Over Quarter of a Centi rv Closed Last Night In of ai <! 1 bat be at L-i • fiti>; u fi«' H f't' I,. ! ha- i!' . ¡.■'I (li-.y Ml I;. . . KiO-t -t|. <,i.:.I tft II .it.d. Mame. St jji in Maine s .iiiMM'^n in over a \ ' li'-'il asi niglit. iva V. -t;ii (ipmiit. It ■I ' ' 1- Hi IU'MM t t I ' 1 fM ■ . I ' 11 • .."h 1 \V ! I. , wNEGRO SUES FOR $100.000 from the ilud.-.on boulevard hridg» •aw tr'.anv n en ^^lip into the hole with tons of Imken «oiie Most of them went do^n feci first, with the'r hand>--raised above their heads Janitor Ssw Roof Fall. Jttijifor Jar^-ps S. Uruwniiif' of [niblic i •obool nearhy saw the roo. of th«^ | tunnel dipaprear and ran to tl.e u ie- j phone in an adliuent house and noti-0ed police headnusrttrs j I)t>ctors and i riist- fiom a nearby «nurch were 'oon on the -^cene and | mlnlfstere«! physically and s-iiritually to the ui'iortui ates \ nnml^r f)f K borers who hpd prf edfd th^m wer?» Already remov,n^; r-uks from ti\e b<v> t^ of tbe injured and dead. miKiy WEATHER FORECAST Cool Weather In First Half of Week Fcllowed by Showers and Rising Temperature the Latter Half. Washinpt»!.. i-"rept. '2 —The, weather i^ureau in a bulletin Issued .says: Ad extensive area of hlRh barome-terlc pressure that has inovod to th«J fai Northwest fritm Alaska >vlll move Baftward over the I'nitid Stat«, attended tj uNiieasonably cfx»! weather the first Talf if the week in all sec-liOLs of the pl.im i-i.:tes to the At 4autie ee.^—with irrywi* probably ^n Says A ut «-lO'It let Atttted Race R»«1 Wh.ch Hi! Easiness. -Noifc.K \\ii 'l Ui^ vt ibe odde«t cases in 'be hi-tn.v i,i rait- nota wai presienef' » ¡¿S-"! •-•"aiD.ji . i. iiurton, « negro, of t) .aîi' c < k \ a entered suit for llOOi^ 'O :..¡..r- ii.^ own be iia.d it «iper visort-i ( ' Af ccnai <i nniv in ih^ Unit ed ^ta'f - ifc.-t tcrt- •• - d'mare-s al i'ltf^edi f' bavt- bt»r liOiit to lim ìb IS'tT Burtei asKtrt- ti:it lu-; b'lsine«.-atn-Ciurnini' fit- (icíi a vc.ir w i- btokeii up a? a re-'.l; »t rmi wliivh or curre») it. Onanfink <>ri \wk If*. wbic b (a .-»d fi.ui !o fl( e !or hi.-; lifp He ftaiees t-.-t (i.e ai-t horit ie« ol Onancofk aid Airot.iaf «oiin y aided in the lioi ar.i! f-au-ed (urn to spend alinost a >«-8; in jai before he waf finally a» luiiud of a » harge of mur der hi- a rcmM »if in« appt-al to the Euperior cm.iti »f \ ^-tnui from a senlenft ci 1< m tin- peniten tiary. Auoibt'' »b.r^f iPiuite by I'-urton is that his t biiri'fd t'V either the deft I dar t^ naund or at their in 81 ance aiid thai property valued a» 12. "»Ou hnd b.'t-r. f'on fi scaled Hi ^y^ be Is still If» > II 1 n (,' tbe conspiracy aa he i- r»-faMic(! Ti.ni ¡eiumlnK to hir hon.t • i «»ii i • i r ii-.^ata 4 hi.-n ta;:.. ( )t -1» 1 < » n .1 I a l.iM» d ter, iiad w !i( I llf a . li tlffM'-l I ,lll il 1 C-S1<»1), -M-d .be I at s an i 1 hl- etili . d. ^ !l ...... Il I l'I li' ( "-MOII 1' -»-Il wt-ni. • >Ii «il Im Î a hill'i: tli»i»- luany ai t ili» P^s rcnr,;t>d a'ttiif; il i- KUlte. t n'eriii i.-it'K iiii/ers liad buiU j'rand -t. ni- small tlirnsy affair?, ak)nR ibe -.in-ft- nr vihicb ibe proi e'-^-áiom was t.^ pa«« •Ahiïounh ilre\ w^-rt all O K ed an J lv»fi«ed ni'iTi ov ibe bnildtnp fomnalt-te»> fif ib«- . iiv -^-v^ral nf tirei'i rollapsv'"«nit rhinp «o v ! il.- Il iL'it I Lit lit-i i,, K tl'IWS 'I ■' I , v^ I ' ' f : \ » '1 . : • . ■ » Il 'npa itn l'b. ( .. i.i,< t- ;U II. ■!.. d:,r i- , - lo thf man lu and 'ikmJ- va,.: fol tf,,. i Mb* r!iatCM ;; ' ;ili(l I.i.ite ' !• fall Thi.s fHr n«pne ha^ appealed hlrontilv »■iiiiii;_ii IO draw an iiidor^c ment frolli hiu' Me sa»- thi u^h tba. if ihe nvbt i".iii i:(>ir) '¡l'-'a t' sh<ivvs lilin-eif. .bat he vMiiild i»t niiuv h> ic favor t)i ibat ipan s « aiulid.o'v M • .1 ! 11. Il •■¡»■¡■•11. by Interctted States. A politi. )' i«\< uit)on w hM II will Irt» piiiti. ipiit.-»! Ill \ y iiliiioKt the entire vsf si iiiid w i l prc.l.Hbly resuif m the foMiiati"ii < f 11 11» W (Kilitlcal (uirtf. but wbifli 11)1 > 1 b»- I>ein«M raftt a vi«- tory 11. îiiiiK iiiii «-l»-<tioiiH was profth»-Kl»«l i.v <,o\.111.1 |t !< r.rofk« of Wy otiiiiit' 1». < ir V •^IIOUIJI eruiM»'Ul (oiilr. ' of lilt ii!iiiii;il I »•voiir»'»'*' f'f (lie »»tiiitty Ix i>iM-i<il ui i('ns*\ivji lioiii-t^ litui 11 iii>iiii»»l I V I b« Itepiii. Iii Mil lat ty ) 11. t ti | loi, of d. t lu;; f» «Ici ;i ; fl- In iil.\ I r OUI ).b\sii al M- »"'Uiif- I- ' H —I I • pMiriiìih' -.'III <;<i\ »-riior l'.lool^- luid if p<i-i-ii'«l m will » aus»- »1 I» V Olm 11-11 m \\» -i»-rii («diti-s Wr -m** iii.«^'»'«. sh^M waiil pronr«ss mIoiik ibe un«' "f lii'v nnil d' n«'i »vaut m burt-iiii' ra > k rui inK ' Differs With Roosevelt. «;«i*«-Mioi Hrook« reasoo'i for this fe«liiiK luiK.ii^: the pub'ic lami Ktate«» were ibai lin w»xi» ru p»s.pl#' ltelle\ e statf . oiitrol of natural rewoun es w«.ul«l ineiiii !>« tier protei ti<iu for Ihe rei»ourc«^ ibeiuHelre» an«! » Ifwer jfnard laoKhip of lite right« «-f the »»eof»'* his »»iiiifint'lit he lo<>V « xeeption» t») iiiaoy of Ibe «.jiinioii»' '>f « oloiiel Koom*-velt «« ♦'xpreMne«! iii bis lienver itpe^M h Knt reîv k» »'riHl (be previeni foreetr\ M«r<ii e uii«l de» liireii Kaveri» meni ■ »•oltoi of i»'«*«iur(es Had reoiilieil In all Ibe iiltiis»-s limi bave • Huwd the con!»«rA^;i I »oil 1|I.'\ »-nifiil ■ 1 b» 1» a >»iiiiiii«ni 111 lb«- u«««i.'" ^^ »-Hi+l ihM M »•• bn*«^ »-»J« MèiNi^f»- r»-Miiic<l ' Ic I III our II iiil'ii ioiiji ai'fl d» \ »^|o|-l|i. i f »' p'llUit ft ;i uiillU'lit «I (|iMsiiioi i.riorai rt-oiir. lik» .<>jii and oi^ ' iiiit » I i'lul w.iK I I CI W h. I 1 ; - » ;i 1 I i l I 1« I. . V oI |.o-» il 1 > . 1, III I ¡1 I,, I D. ,il|-- li:! < I O. < 11 I r»»l Uli (1, I I,. .1. I .(! >;l 1 . TMll. Ill I lid V» 1| li tl!. -r.,',- - :• inlirj: i v < Ol. ¡Ill v Ii.^- tu ' i^ h'- IILost by 60 YhIs.pritnnn cad tolciRU IfttrtmuninUVttw Daring Airman Travetedl i0 MITm* ing Out of Sfght el Land fCf M|«iit| Than 40 Mile«—Wire Bröl«« WtÜÜ-'i Victory Was Appa^ntty WitMl»' Hi8 Gfasp, Preciprtatin« Man. .1 M: ' I t K' ed. Bi)v- fell "ut of wind')>vs. off '« noefs and i«-U-nra|ih i^des and woraen fHÌ(i»«^'<l froin iIh- 1 t i'sii Liid I cat. but ih« r«- weie lui fp.iaMi't" tight S^Wiers Oro»»ntd. Vallila. S-i t 1'.! 1 .i.»-iii-^i'ani Wlitt-morc of ;be ^on-i ibulji |v iwo corpo-Tal» auit rtv»- p iva le- Kavt t>«en <lrowT>*-<1 in ti e Aj-a lates from '-le Misil.e »nttiifir of .New the Nurtb«n. •ouri \Hllfy .'I il.e inttiuir of .New We:ik<ncwv. Pc tlnpland I'.h i. \ "i Precedinp thin »-harf» tr '•f>oler. ' v, u- < id ,w«ather will be unbeiiled wiùi ^ waf . '.ri ' i.» ',i c or. Dead. - ,it -Emlel Ive(iu111i- ^'i for ri from the Mis-slsaippi vall«y to tho [ y^arri and tir.-tii.ó_s;er und. r .McKln-Atiantic I oa-vl and in the \Ve«t Gulf i, j cnue th*-rj dixn Kt'» pet d ihe «talee \noiher di.<ítiírbance will ap- house «)f representatives at Wa.sîiing-l>«ar In the V/^th PaiMttr coast Mon- ton and lonv a perso-nal ai.J political 4ay or T ie«d .v and move Kastward fn<>n<l of Vice Prehident Sb^rman and attended ^v en<»ettled we>atner and ' (onner t'onf-reBbrnan l.it auer. lie «howeri» and precedíd by rialng tetii- ¿led of luberculosl ^rature: this disturbance will reach the Ea*itern irtiateF by the do«® of tlie .It «eil. Ke«n« Still In Critical Condition. Ivexlufton, Ky., Sept. 12.—Jame« R, Cool rains ck curred during the pMt, ^^^^^ ^^^ turfman. ntUl t^ m^k in nrartKally all part« ot j„ ^ SaraarlUn hoe- «ountry oaet uf the Rock mountains «■d In tli« DorthwestwardG. W. PATTEN GIVES $500.000 He Founds Horrital Endo»wm<rrt F«mic< Fo<- Fvanstcn, III. (*iiKae,o Seilt Iii Anioirw.eiiH'm was made cf a l.'aiuiii.u to the K»anston (HM Ho-pu,i 1 a->ocwtion bv George W. Patt^-n. Iroifor i>t Jame»' A Patten i'he monex i-« m b«- ueed by the boe-piral a« an ♦ndov.ni«nt fiind to be known as the and f>.uliia Pat ten fnnd Vrs Afriie- Pnt'. n whf) dled reeerth was" th«' inot^ier of the g;vcr and oT laiue.- K PaiJtn and Mrs IxxM'sM i'ateii i- ihe »ife pf ) On the Dead Levai. "lOQ are «ut-e that prlzeflgbt waa oo ibleTeir . "Ateoloteiy," refilled the politicUui. tte referee counted tea tbe de- • fMOOBf-WMfelS, X tß ■br. pltal In thi« city. There ba« been no change in hi« condition for the pMt two days and while his physirlana say be la doing m well as could be aspect-e4, be i* «till in a very critical «Itlon. Jam«*« A Patun Odd Cures Foi Seasicknet«. AoiuuK 1 uru>iiN [•♦'II loi -».a-i. k- nesN In thai u hi. li ¡^ ir.i'|,ii;.ir .i:uuii-tbe marineis in i be l.cvaui lb».' Uuilv .^WalloVMn;; of ii-oij i ii-l 111. Il IS .d. talned l»y tbe simple jiriiiOS of >1 rap ing it off tlie aui bor or uu' bor . bum But thin in oQly part <if tin ir»-iiiui»-ut. for a small ^Hiucb «uutainiii;: roasted salt and flowerM of iby oie mu>i be tied upon the abdomen a.-« tirmlr as can l>e iKirne, this being considered to counter act the effect of the internal di.sturl>-anc« caused bj tbe rolling of the ves-•el. Known to tbe ancient (ireelts as '^ymian salt," the preparation has at ieaat the autherity of oM age. while Ita cAeacy ia aot witboat modem tets-tDMeaj. Ajid the lielt ia better than M<t aai faith better than tbe belt thi'- Week a- -oot ai- '>» i staff» affa.r-i. No Crowds Gifcted Co'onel I t:» re a cr»- ito i ro\wi • , . ., . • . i . colonel I- ht -tc;.! ( d of 1 i; Jcr-ey Citv ri,. -oil- of t' I'.i-I.. ■ HowMaild Kar'i ,d !• <.!d u, -.. band, b r a '¡«'inon-t atji u vt?- lacking Mr Roo. ».N , It t. 1 - ' .1 I . I -1,1 -1 tend lo ' I- . tul il.i i; t • cnissed iht 'M'tr ,ii,d t'ot in'i, an aut-omobil» w.ij.ii bti'. Mm ba« k Oypfer [l.a> He -pt nl 'be af't riuHin with bi- rat,.il\ oii o,» hill 'I b.^rc w«:re no ^i-iiur« and ht lioif- 'ber" wort't .ii'v od iv l.ecau-e he \*ar t.-to arranre a 't w tboi -.aiid Itt'er- thw have pt)iir»d In -in.e he v^»'ntNO ESTRANGEMENT •il«»»« Cavahen Chanler Demcr There i« Trouble Between Hertelf arxJ Husband Paris <» ot Nun» I.mm ( ava l.i«-rl-<"1 a'j^er \.»-.-i»-■ li.tv f¡. rno<v'i ^llOwed >o .i ■ < r., -[HUid. t.i a ■ al l« dis- .V il: t Wi I lellio I not . sa > - 'bit . . • I . il b.v d t^ilil I a;|l > oi' itt oi r . rn i'd was elt» tf-<1 i>.o l.v plurality of 7.2:13 I lie (io.ilit, ! fon^rre-isumal district is th». S» e<iiii', u her» ("onprefusraan John P s va\-ie Is a candidate for reelect i(>ii an«l i- oppt>sed bv Panlel Mc C.ilfiiiiddv of Lewi.ston. HARMONIZING FACTIONS I il kc M * .. ■ ' Ol Ibe m'iMft III WvollilUV dlfTer«'iii 1.»-. MIO.» I vtitUlii'li W Voiuiuu tx Ii i. I .111 VV a I. I n del I In- >.Ull»' . <•11 u-.is >:i\»-ii aciual C^.sl'"m3n O k s Ettoris to Bring Dam oc Tits Ir Oneida County To-grtner Fruitless. i'l 11 \ > -S [It '2 It «If\el(,| 1 tbai Ibe •».» I I V i-i! fit .lohn A l>i\ » hairm.in o. 'lu: I)eii.o< iain staf» eoiomiitee 'o l(ll^ i¡i.v m th« hop«- of harmonizing; ibe -evera! factions o! tbf IVniixi;iii p.iri V in Oneida i oun t> was vv :!-•» d ''filli t The rep-e-i l'ari v. of tbe varlrmn faction- I .11;'» :*i!d li '» ¡u»! pafieiit'y lo Mr 11 |il»-a for pe'ice. but hardly h.n! ihc rhaii'iian ' oil» d out (f town »fi»n 'hov were whettir,^ Ibur ktr>»- and pitpariin; 'i a.ff- ♦ ' each iitb»" "s s, ¡iijis lie[,orts from lit c<i ii.tr\ '»•¡sthcti indie ue that .•^•ati ('t,.ii!tiap Harry S r'aiten (;iii. tIv pie,' « on I est a;'a I ^'ln» at »b« Mr Pa'ii t f ff<ir' - oil r <1' 'l k'.MtCS To ' I ).' (o A.iL'e a vicor'iMS -I ;b« 1;. aid ley ma- ......... |i IS .sai 1 will rt riter hi ■ "iPi; a majority of tb«-11,1 Kt.i I. con V »11 ! ion 0» iieisliii' ».f iol wat» I Wt'iiiiit part title wiih ii. aiul V» » haw pas«»«-«! strict laws uinl» r III. Il we p» rniit lis iis«> tiy a sort of lii«'nse system f«>r l>ene6cial pur^K)!4es oiiiy We feel Ibat by ibis able Hflmiuisi : IIlion w«- ba%e deuiun Btrated cleinly ibe worib of stale su pervihion and If given »Hjual f)ower8 of supervision 111 regard to limbers au«l niinerhlfi «uuUl sIkiw e^jual sii.ie*M in bandlin^ and managing ibeiu Faderal Leeong Opposed "t'lie llilut I- -III» III»' «»"st \«lll opfKiM«' ibt i.ixiii^ ..f the rciiiHininn pubib ihi.d- l.\ tbe f»»l»'rak t'overn ment l'«s unse li is Mire io iiit»'rfere with selilem« hl ^^^.r«>o^er w v will inai«! upon abnoluie state -uptrvision of «II water iH.w»r privileges. '■'l'b«' p«'op!»' II) tb» »•;i«'^t b»i\e n«> . «.ui ceptioii >>f tl'» fe«iiii)i thai exist«« against tb»- fon-it v -» i * ice »« n has been carri.-<1 . ut •««. fur It bas In clud«il a K'I til I »ill! I of 1). n«l that Is far mor» xaluatii. for -«iilcuient and agri.uiinnii puriH.ses than for tim t>er and 1: - m,i\. i-aMy restii. te<l grazlnjc t. -u. b mi extent thai the mountain .imiii x i- • o\ »-r» d with a denae loi of dvad gr;i>s, au that wheu a fir«' pet« -tarfcd 'i v, ry dlffl. ult to I liet k it «|.« r.-Hs the old dav* the open x|,n »-.J III t|,»' for.'sr«« w»'re Machire Irto the Sea — Prf^ad ^^ by Lighthouse Boat. Dublin I f 12- Robert L«rral«ii|(| the a< tor avl-tnr falleil to <:nmm tiMI| Irish r-han'iet liv (50 yard» Snfiday. left Holvrxad .it 11 05 SoBday in^. frav« led CO miU^, being Bight of laud for mote thaa »n.l then wMi. vhtf-.iy appar«aUy his grasp, f« 11 iiiio the s«a Ix)ira.ne 'ays thai iftîhen he ¡pDt in the cbantu I he met » it,b eoi able ha7e 11» had home trouble I,is engine Afi» r lie had eotered I bird fvf tb» .|i tant e one «»f tb« L' oke but h. t;. t a-ioug fau ly wett. PaÄMinK ib« KiRh liKhtHhip lO lin bay at an aUitud" of 400 U 'niade for Ho\»fh h ill JCs h«j the cliff 1« fo' n«! himsflf too low citar the fa<e r<f the hiH and doubled hack. inlendiiMS tc when Knot bei wire broke and tlie chine imined'.iteiy besan to fall. Out of Sirnt In Eight Mlnutaa. Karlv In ibe mr>ming Ix>rraine a couple of c rculrp of Holyhead At 10 o'clock he started from jiark. I>ord She'^eld'a neat, and peared from sirtit in «Ifcbt mtniitwii Tt was kr^own here that he Ing to make th*- attempt. Yacht tn the bay a' abónlr 1 oV)«ck aeroplane descending frota a height It struck tbe water at yanls from th» shore near the lighthouse Tx>rr;tin.^ who was wparinj; a l»elt, HWhm "»'vwattl» th« from whi -h a Ix^at put out Hoon erwards th»' r»nblin «-tefwuier towered n b. at and drew tie mibmet^e'j a» 'nplane to the tiide I the Kteen er After p. a. l.itu- 'be liphthinise. lalne 11 our airain In a t>oa' for Adela and s'lp» rintended the h< of his aeroplane to he-r deck found iKp ipjiiiv 'o the martiiar sllpht Til» <ì ifHne engine w-^ ta feet condition lorraine rifiCí-.-ded to Dublin lafer retiirii-d to Hf)Iyh^ai<l müde a r. rrrd trver »ea Jovnwiy aeroplane Deckhand Discovered Aerofil It was a h.'ixy morning. A hand of the Adela flr»t BOticadl aeroplane and cried to tba ••Ux>k at that great .bird!" The i recognlzcd «n aeroplane flytnc great »peed toward DtibUii. Itaocni over the steamer and in 10 WHS lo»f in the Late. The Ad'-h' later crosited tint of the .leropli'e and was surprteaSj find !f tíos» 1'IK partly eubmeripei the sea .-^he ifwered a boat ajl4 e<l it aloiiii«lde. For a ttne tt impossible t . se." Lorrafa«. Nit was snon ob-» i^ rd on the fockf» Mi the ligh'iiou-e. «mueeitiìg the ^ from his »lothing, l/orraiiit will sh«+iily «ippear lyondtin bea'n a pla> called .Man (if (he S»'« ' gra/,« <1 froui o •l\ ».oil to, oil »111 11. I 'pread flames the Weather ' Huw uiuib the baby k«à8 lüta' falilt'l' -a,il ibe wbc lo be a gl «-ea ble lis only tl»e Heailier," repUefl Rasper rij,' . tiiid 1« utroally cbeerful aii.l biifi«l«k>fiie." - \^a«ht Star i\.-d fron ■r. b id ti It I 'a - \ ri I r a . o .ou l'»i\.'.. Kftl.KRT" 'IM»- h. i.';:-h t'it- lîi^ bv r bu-tiand A'UJk r<op,p nif nrf^ Tran-l.t'i <i lutrh r.fa'l- "Hav» s. » n n< ii« 1' i- t.ot tru«, TV ork be^ ns I >' RoLKRT." Mme. V avalieii .-aid tb« » port of trouble between herself and fi«-r hu-band came ac a bomb to ber. h'tbougb alie linew what Unjx rtant should be attached "o ni'jrie« prinied In the Airerlcan velluw Joi rnai'-' te Mia. Mra WaBÉW m mmm to ■ tät aoale ttvdbcr la alw^^p Eight Cholera Deatha tn Naptaa^ Parla. Sapt. S.—A álapateh to tt* «»r bom7-mim >. IM m»m, aaya tim ka^ Mr Woadar-That« perfectly Mta^ bMH IS mmm at étolara tkai» aai ral. Bte acaJe, 700 imow, iMglaa and «Übt «MllM. ' «BA* vit^ "dousb.''-BalUBai« Ammìr R. W. Chanler in New York. Poughkeet»«^«. N Y . Sept 12.~ Roben W Chanler illd not come to Poughkcepsie. ñor did he vlalt Rocke-by, the Chanler ance«tral home, at Barrytown. FYiend» here aay be te at the hume oC hU brother, WinpMa ▲ator Chanler, In New York. Binwl fi. Partrina, Bob s ^^náJMiai ageat la ' «d4 to bave an arpoiotiaeat wltk REA» THE WANT COLUMN. Pattili ■ I Iii; I. - of aiiv f^j.-;'!»-- from ;le l-'ir-t ,i-^s»'m M y di--•tirt w 1 '1 V 1' in 'h»' <i;v of T'Ii-a. tt i" »-a'd. ai" -!nn and tÌMt r'-nsp iiuentjv 'e vv'l 1 lak.' bis fi^ht »-hWl-y ovit'-ide ot V'u I in 111» bope if rirrv iiig the two .'ti»r Ì!i-iri.t- Ile ha-■><11,'e of the cor.sidei a'll«' u-rfn^iili ;p -» towns The pa'!iiii;ie» < t»iii roilttl by th« I Leanfsley ficMm In I "tic;« giv«>« them a degree of sirergth that Patren cannot overcome, but In the county it 1»» differeni R.« re h practically no IVmocratir po'ronage In the rural fha trlcts and Pa ten had Just a« swkI a r.Lance as any other man. If he gets a majority of tbe delegates to the jitaie convention from Oneida coontj It will be a moital blow to the old <ir> ganizatiob as far as lounly and stato affairs are concerned. gra/,« <1 froui o •l\ ».oil to, oil »111 11. I 'pread Ml il ■ u, -! 1,:;,,. n...lioii- .. ... ,_, 1 .1 I ^ ' ' : t ■. il'1 II \ 1 i 11 " ■ ' \---— ' 1 !»,. 1' «. .1 .,(.d "iti 1 - Ml - .-r WEATHER ' ^ 'ii. I. 1 .. tiv • 1 ' . >1 -, Il 1- >,r. tli k IIIK II 1 ( ib-er\,, ! on- « } ' ! i„ , '.-o.. - ■ X V 1 ' 0 ; , r, • t-, .i , „ , >-0 , w-eafber tuMT-«-! > - * 1 poM V V.- 'Il i 1 '.1 'iic « !. 1 l,.i- U.-. Il MI,- 1 ;i ;, r-..il \ yesterrt.-^iv fo io ^ ' i pill. 1. . 1 -O-.I .1 .ni . - •• .1 .'V 1 ; New Vork \ AHmiiiv 1 Want, L«no Sett'ej AilHJf'«^ t*® 1 ' ■ 11 , BulfiVelisTiUa i 1 .. 1 Iti « .M i V y . . - .--(,, .1 . 1 i : . ■ > c>ai the third of t!,« 1 ;■ r,?- ■ V -v. ; --- e t 'flllel't of 111 t 'flllel't of 111 êheil ta tvattw »«llvta. Tbe àiaericaa anpjr ia eiqjiirf et-tof ivtMi a new ahail daaijrned to piaaae a TeMel or tmUdkif aad tSkea ai^ tar ecorea of toalleta earrted behtod Ita ■aNd «tad haad. \ r\\ ru' In 'h.- d er iiafurai r»-our "We -inipiv a-, rtgl.l.- aim |'r. \ new si. ' > . < : ai; the o il.T - I v nnt pi.'«' ti. Ml . o[ rgesl [»ossible me"*®* ^ l>erTl!ilon untler ma? be aeceir-ant (.Htft-sibie ^Uy ""l.be .r ai.d . xp»». I t' , a in -ioif a couatry ciah^ green iotretl with «àe«^ wece takb^ tea who took bla taa »1 a thougbtfalty affht be vieflned as MUtarAi W"- TRiP »ngg and bride, of . arrived in towa Prl-redding trtp and are ^ a«d lira Claiida Oxm- "■Splaen «a the green. I'd caU tt," ••id a female aengoifer "Or the laat «cker la the dyii« ti» •Í athletlca." aaeerad a yooag fWtto« PtaTer miauae of laad aod taacuaca," aofgeeted a tenate chaaaptea. • •No. oo; joaTe all wrang." «aid a faawu» aaglar. ♦♦Qolf la atapij a m whereia tte baïl Uea badly aâd player waiL"—Waahtag^ Paat. •tm Warm. Artbár te« Imm ao^aar «ttM ;