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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, SEPTEMBEB13,1910  m NEN KILLED IN A CAVE-IN  Manif 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 time  two joy riders crushed to death  Three 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, "ncakinu  COL. 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«ît  Conservation 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 tlu  100.000 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.  , w  NEGRO 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'- II  Lost 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« Dorthwestward  G. 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^»'nt  NO 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   

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