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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 30, 1906, Wellsville, New York                                 î î- l.'î                        iSÄ  flÖsSÄIi  I  H '¿f  4  J'■i i ^  f,'ì rr  •S-  -V  Total bead III Atlantic City- Di^^^^ tèiSaiâtp be 53--A Day ^  lAcidettts.  IM  il  /  i  ■ i i ï  Atlantic City, N. J*. Oct. 30'.—The total«nninber, of dead !n the appalilnK wreck of au plectyic trattt which on Sunday afternoon, loaded with passengers, plunged Into the waterway separating this city from the mainland, now is placed at 53. Of these 49 bodies havfr hâen identifted and two others remain tu^Ialmed in temporary mortuary. •  The bodies of two persons known t^ bave been drowned have not been recovered.  A special car containing the bodies cf the Phila4elphia victtos left last night for that city. -  The day has been one of unceasing activity« of gruesome scenes and pa thetio incidents. Wrecking crews <^ith derricks succeeded in bringing one of the two submerged cars to the •nrface and divers, working in relays, bfoujlbt up bodies until their task was completed and they reported that no more dead remained either Inside the Imiinû oar or in the water and mud ftnyinier« In thé vicinity.  lBt«fra»t now centers in the work of ^ kroner's Jury which' yesterday made a careful inspection of the scene ^ ^ wteok-ani^ th® ^rawbrtdge at ' which the train left the râîl^. The Jury sworn in by Coroner Gaskill is soadiS. up. at. .following citizensi Siftte Senator Edward S. Lee, foT»>  man; lsa«c Bacharach. Samuel H. Headley, John P. Ashmead, Charles p. Roes<^ and Davl^ Barratt  These jurors me| and, accompanied by the coroner, Prosecuting Attorney Abbott, City Solloltor Wooten and several other city officials, ^proceeded to the scene of the tragedy. _Àt the bridge ^y wOTrjoTnarSy Mayor Stoy and W. Wf Atterbury, general manager of the ^Pennsylvania i^ilroad.  After thè forward car of the two submerged coaches had been hoisted to the surface and the divers who had been at work on the wreckage all day long had made a final examination of the second car. without Ending any more bodies, Mr. Atterbùry^ several of his assistants had been on the scene since Sunday night, expressed his belief that the total number of, desid would not exceed. 53.  "There is a bare possibility that one or two others may have been killed,"^ he .added. "I cannot believe that any of the unfortunates were carried out to sea by the ebbing tide."  Mr. Atterbury said the cause of ^e accident was a mystery" to him.  "I still believe," he declared, "that there was nothing wrong ^Ith : the rails of the bridge. I am Inclined to Ihink that the cause will be ascertained when the flrat coach Is ex-autnined."  Mr. Atterbury himself showed tie ji^rs hoyr the bridge is operated and «zplained in detail the manner of open-' Ing and closing tlw draw. The jury win hold "tbe'firsFsePslon qdlry on Thursdi^y morning.  Although -. reasonably ce'rtain that the narrow waterway Into which the electric train fell had been relieved of all ita dead . the divers continued their work late into the night. The wrecking crew was also kept busy preparing for' the hoisting of the second car ,and it is expected that this ^ill be raised to the surface today.-The debris of llie lai;t c8r :whieh struck and \va.s Iieid fast b^an alptmgjnt has not yet boon removed, aii effort in that direction resulting in half the «oach slidinK into the stream.  The roadway has been sufllciently cleared to normjt the resumption of traine and the schedule time" table is ^agai-a being to!(mved. _________ -  Of tlie veniaiiiiiig bodies' , at the morgue one was partially Identified as that of Annan Alexis Tadesco of New York, the iianro of Miss Helsch, also one of,the vtctims. One other body In an undortakip^/Establishment Is that of an old key peddler whose name no one seems t.o know. ' - In addition to this, Joseplt.:McE!rQyv 8-years-old, son'' ol Mrs. Efel'yR ,McBl-roy, is Icttowa tQ-Jiave:beea-drowiied> à^ is H. N Burch of Camden, n; J,. ,  IIE8T0RIN0 fiVICTED TENA^Tft.  Irish Leader eayt l.andt«rda Are Hln*  Merino Operatler» of the La mi Act.  London, Oct SOl—John BJ. Redmond, tba Irish Iciaderi; moved the adibnm* ment of tb» bouse of commons yester» day in order to <^1. attention to tbe lack of progress in the matter of rein* stating evicted tenants in Ireland ow' Ing, as tbe speaker alleged, to the land* lords hindering tbe operations of the land act by refusing to sell untenanted lands. The land commissipners.Qpnse; qnently were unable to provide farms for evicted tenants.  Mr. Redmond said It- was obvious tbat the government must resort to tome system of oompulsion< The patience of the Irish people was becoming exbMsted, and although the Irish party desired to give opportunity for the greatest degree of fair play .^nd' Ing,a declaration of the government's Intention regarding Irish self-government. It thought that Chief Secretary tor Ireland Bryce ought to grapple with the matter vigorously.  Replying ,to Mr. Redmond, Mr. Bryce, after some debate, said the government had^, done. its. to cope wllb the grave obstacles before it and &ad won a certain meisure of success. If the remedy is compuJBlon, the cl|Iei  •ummtsr' mn -the^ifdvernment ¿¡(¿sit  b&ve to come to ibal< Walter Hume Long, Conservative,  îMiUi  R  W:  Ì ; ' ■■■i I' ' I Íiiií  I  y  i  T-  M-  _____'__fi_____  then declared that Mr. Bryce's state-m^t involved^ a complete triumph for tbe Nationalists, and the subject was dropped.^ '  FI8HERI18 MODUS VIVENDI.  Churchill Says Colonial Covernment Was Consulted In th* Negotiations.  London; Oct, 30.—Answering a question In the house of. commons, Winston Spencer Churchill, under secretary for the colonial office, gave precise details of th^'steps taken ful)y to Inform the government of Newfoundland of the course of the negotiations for a modus vivendi on the flsherles gue^U^ . He said:  "The decision of his majesty*s gov-erpment that a modus^ivéndl waá necessary and their Intention to make proposals to the United States government for such an arrangement was communicated to the colonial govern* ment telegraphically some days before the United States was inform^, •  'In the saine telegram Newfoundland %as asked to give, her views of what form the modus vlvendl should tale and no proposals were actually made to the United jStates gOT mént until the reply of Newfoundland was received.  'Thrqugfeout Kewfoündland was kept fully and promptly advised by telagraphi His majesty's government answered no communications of l^o igiirted States wlffi^^ Newfoundland and endeavoring to obtain her concurrence. The note from the United States ambassador ratifying the arrangement ^as telegraphed verb^lm .to J^e colonial' government the^saíné day as ITwas /written and re-celved."- ______...1 -_____  DUKE .Vini DUCHESS OP MABLBOBOUGH. TOO HAVE SEPAKATID aSESFTll ma EDWABD»» - ' EI^BTS. , - /  LONI>ON dispatcbea declare that another alliance ot American dollar* and British aristocracy baa jproved to be a 4 failure. Despite tbe efforts of King Edwanl. to br|ng about a reeoncUlatlon, the ]>nke and Dttcbesa of HarW borough have Meparated. The arranfement for a M^^cfitioti^without retort to the courts has now been drawn up. signed, sealed and delivered. Tbe ás^má, who waa Misa Ooniueto Vanderbilt, haa aettied imooo a year on the dnks^ it is said.  ».....»..»' » » ♦ ♦ » » ♦  Riissiao Authorities Pear Rioting and^ Blood Shed--DOTg;er Pro Reaetionaries.  Mr. Hughes at  I -1 -»-»'»¿llll  % ■ s  For <iôldi:iâitife SI Ctaints Wrotfgly  Thome, Nev./Oct iO.—With the tr-tag ta blast of dynamite from the top of Orant peak, the Wsilker Lake. Indian reservation waa opened to aet^ tlera at^noon yesterday. At the Riven algnal hnndreda of searehert for gold hurried helter skelter over the bound* ai7 lines of lake, plain and motrntatn KBd befln*« the amoke had'drifted »war a .epectaeutar race of launches, auto^  ■7^7— 'ir, 7  to know, pñbtiiOie» this report. It «tatet that j  is to add an artl^ile t& powering froi^ mnce all  behferts of a foreign «ovéwíím lí^^ traventioa of the lawt  Itotiottgi^eli.  tnobUea, hortea and all tortt vehl- ^ WHllam Hoover, who Conducts a- '' oles was on. So g'reat was the ruah lery atoit» in Fsmrth a^tet, AeriMa the desert finuouthe Ui&t oaarMt, fiiat lOie had mwthorfte Jhat a muiaber of ptrtoM narrowly Reaped b^fng tniiiiAed vnrr and In numerooa lasUnces iajurtes were reported.  Horses were ridden unUl thtjr dropped ¿ftd several automobllM be* came stalled in the deep sands.  Thoe'e who had watted for the atgiiar before ruthlng into the reservation found, it It asserted, that ill the mot« valuable claims in the vldidty of Rich, Dutchman's Cottonwood and  GIRLS USE LIFE LINE AT FipE.  Atlantic Citj% Oct. 30.—Ali the recovered bodies have been identiflpa, and seven persons are missing. The rall-road-ofllelals say the deati will "inot .jexcecd—sMy.—Fifty-two" bndtPa" hnvo  Fifty-Six Students Escape FreRi BlawR : In College Defiance, O.,- Oct.- 30.—The lives of 56 girl students were imperiled and $16,000 damage was entailed by- a fire which partially destroyed Trowbridge Hail, the j'oung women's dormitory at Defiance college, at 2, o'clock Sunday  ■morning:^-- ------- ---------:......— .....■  The ocm^^nts all escaped frqin the  b^zhig building. Two youné wpm^n fmm Bluff ton, who occupied âm apairt-ment directly over the furnace room, were aroused by the flames and gave -an-.alarms.';-.V _ •  Six girls on the_se^s»d"^Cor> mâdë a life line of a rope which they fastened to a radiator and down which; thev slid SAftly to the ground.,Their ^'ands ■neii bidl> lacejited''and surgical treatment \sas necc.sary. The girls are boinw oarod for in residrnces near thé collesro.  . been claimed, tv^o of those mlBslng A/ " / are known to bo dead and five jjro ufit-~ ' .accounted for. . ^ .. "  HEARST AT  BOCHESTEFt TONIGHT;  Auburn, N. T., Oct |I,C!—He^íst left this itó^iíg  èva áxid OanànttalgiuiH Tonight  at, Riochestei?.  'X  Misa Gompera In VaudevHie.  . .WasllliigLiHU-Ocl. ao.—The..aiinomicu-m«ut 4B- madfe' -ti}at--Sadie Julia Gom-' pera, tiie daughter of Samyel Gom-pej'S, presldeut of the American -Federation of ]Uibor; win make her "debat at a local" theater next week, ^ She -Will Appear ijx v^udj:iyillcL,aa.a..iiGi>Fa«o ^in-ger;.................... " ■------- ---  May Change Town's Name.  Bellefonte, pa., Oct. 30. A move-  e^tíEe-«sW-ôf-itàir^ïî^è  ÎTorosegirt»' Atlf&Yt%>n, in honor " of "the late president of the. Pennsylvania •Ute college, Br. Georgeyw. Athertoik.  St. Petersburg, Oct. 30. — Although the surface Indications are reassuring and there is little probabtlty »of ,an outbreak of disorders, still thsTe la con-sldecàble anxiety among the authorities that the public celebration today Of the publication, of the imperial manifesto giving a constitution to Russia may be marked by rioting and bloodshed. Military and police precautions equalling if not exceeding those of a year ago have been taken. The population been wdmed that armed force will be used relentlessly to preserve order. Danger is apprehended less from the radical révolus tionists than^ from the reactionary "Black^rnidijedtf* jelementsi ^ho-are determined- to convert this anniversary into an ultra loyal démonstration.  Thé animosity of thè "Black Hundreds" towards the Liberals and par-, ilcularly towards. Jews, students and the IntèllëcfuâT- has "been  fanned by a séries of proypcaitlve proclamations which have been clr? culated in large quantities for a fortnight past. The circulation of^ these proclamations is charged openly t45 the ^^darltTorcea' " of thiSiKSUce, whoseTcom-plicity Jn these prganizatloos^^^^^ antl-J^e'^ish eYcesses has been exp^ cently by ex-t>i rector of Police Lopuc-sin and thé former vice minister of the Interior, Pricce Ourusoffi^It is said^  of the secret police upop whpm liter-ature provoking such excesses was /found.  Thé editors of the Rechu claim to possess trustworthy Information thai-"Black Hundred" bands are .actually afoot" and biding thefr opportunity In the more obscure quarters of St. Pe-. terisburg/ , ^  All the schools pf the capital will be closed today In order to keep the strfseta clear of children.  Preparations similar to those taken here to deal 'with the jjosslble occur^ tences are being made throughout the country, ^  :|H ,M the prefect has sent a  eircuiar-tp-hisr stibordlnatœ caution^ ing them to be tactiul and warning' tliôm that they will be held responsible^ If normal street happenings are aljiowed to assume unusual propoi*-tious.  District Attorney Langdon Sustalr^dr - Saa -Fra^cistCT.'Octr r^O.—As a results ot develôpmëîits In the superior coiïrET District Attorney W. H. Langdon Vas jvtdlcally rccognlxe'd as"thé incumbent of the offlçe to which Abraikim Ruef waa l^t .week- ûppoÎDted by Acting Mayor-Gallagher. -T-wo-inembers -«f the grand Jury chosen last week were .âischarged because of failure to qualify and seven others are to be examined to determine whether they are to aR-Ìtt-Judgi«8)K Tón thi obaxg^^t malfeasant« andcorrnptioïi In office to.be submitted by District Attorney Langdon and Francia J. his assistants .  » ♦ ♦ ♦ » ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦  GIFT ÔY MRS. SAGE.  She Is tb. CQhtrihute ^,000 Toward in Public School ^or Sag Harbor.  ,Sag Harbor, L. I., Oct'^^ 30.—-Village President William R. Relman, who is also a member of the board of education, has been notified on behalf of Mrs. Russell Sage tl^at she wlli give $50,000 toward the erection of a new public school building for the'village. That she would make a donation has been known for some months, btit the details were delayed by eyents following Mr. Sage's death. The plans have been prepared -för a- school^- ttl' cost  about $77.000. / .........  There will benefIföW 000 and school property now In use will be sold to make up the balance. Mrs. Sage gives the mouey In mem-' ory of her grandparents, Colonel and Mrs. Johiif Jermain. They were' lifelong Veslflenrs- of"tlils village;' MfsT Sage keeps the old honiestead in repair and. visits it occasionally.  ADDRESSES THREE LARGE AUD lENCES BV A RECEPTION.  Rochester. / Oct. 30. — Charles BL Hughes made addresses before three .^tCo .auiUencea here -last nlght,.-4;urer. eeded by a reception at the Powers Hotel. ^ Despite a heavy rain several hundred persons gathered and cheered the Republiciein candidate for saver* nor.  The first meeting was held at the National theater, which was crowded, Mr. Hughes, thence was driven to Colonial Hall and then went to Ger-mania Hall. - At both the latter-places l^eaudiences also Were large and demonstrative. His greeting at the Na-Uoi^al theater led him to ,repij3,rk: "I am featlsifed that there is "no apathy in Monroe county. We «nter upon the last week of the campaign strong ih courage, determined in resolve and coifident of the , intelligence of the people of this state."  Mr, Hughes spoke during the afternoon at Dansville, where he spent S.unday, and made' a brief rear-platform address at iVlount Morris.  '^illification is not a new political jreapon,': declared. Mr.. Hughes.. "It bowed the/head of Washington With ffrlef, it nearly crushed' Lincoln to Uie earth, and today we have a crusade of organized villification. We- have unlicensed censure which defeats Us  men who bad unlawtally ruthM In Sunday night, The openlnt of, the reservation waa not aa. imposing at "it promised to be beeautej-lt hi aald, many, miners flocked into it duxlac the nlf^t and early morning, over» whelming the Indian policemen, whom there were only 14 to guard '7S mil«» ot territory. . "Speclar^band Agent that the alleged , rush was alSbwed to take place. He said, that there la yet a possibility tbat thei' present opening may be. declared invaitd and « new-ttne called for.  Sub-Agent Robert Lovegrove said tbat United States engineers, ,who were sent here to carry out reclamsr tion work on a portion of the "Walker land resBrvatfon that has bwn allotted, to the Indians, had occupied their time in placing launches on the edge oft the..^jalker lake '.^o^i,participate in the rush, contrary to the law, which states that ail persons shall keep off a reservation until the time fixed for its opening.  good and bad alike indiscriminately. There have been two real objects in this crusade. 'Kie one has been the circulation of ne\vsi)apers' and the other has been the obtaining of an office". , The last may never succeed,  Alaska Asks For Self-Rule.  Seattle, Oct.. 30.-~'Delegate. Thomas "Cale-of- Falrbank,-A:hiskttr-who ie -lBF-the city on his way to Wasli'ington, Said the people of Alaska were more Interested in securing a territorial form of government thai anything  else.-~-GoveTnmen1:7assistance-in-iT)ad"|:who"have "not prmiuuTy rei^^ionded to  aiso^'desiwdv ally from A^a^ other, polu.  on'the coast through the Yukon territory". Better 'school provision is also desired.  ately successful. /  "Wealthy rtWn liave bepn pilloried in cartoonw; they have been juade subject to cahininy and abuse. Those  $100i000 For BfiUéfonte Heirs.  Belleioute, Pa., Oct. 30.—A dlspatc. rron);l>os ,Ani?eies, Gal., announces; thai the wi/1- of George Oregg leases „a fortune af $100.000 to Bellefonte heli^. Gregg wti/. ;i native oE Center county ^and for yoairi was associated in business with Frank Tiiomson, late president of' the i^Mnisylvania railroajJ. 1 "That Ì!i Twenty Vjf'ars ' afio he went West, ' who would where ho nuide. a fortune in njiulng .and veal estute.  fs  'tfi0^proce??:-rort1ie courts' h'n'vé bé'êh made the special subjects of contempt and yetTiere we find this i)ure apostle I of reform on record in pur courts Î as one who has evaded tht- »crvlce of a proces.s which was u> briitg him Ije-  FRANCE TO EXPEL PRIESTS  through ^ di»0r by m »m», he wanted to bny toRte tohfttbe.  mmom tíié -nègnì eoia^ and mMt wa I the money y«a've -mi».  Ifoover iriMâced up a hatchet ttm. w^ der Oie and Mt^ MlÉë t ^  terrillo blow directly between th« «im^ ; aio<^ ported o*er the floor at heHÜi^^ tad he hat n0t beea,3ii«»n ènee;.  _________il'iSR'X tMWOili.if'.'rt'IiT.........  ttome, Oct 30, The Otortil* . dItaUa mmA&m-itai th« audviM. ^ 8te^ ootti9«i^ of mnàéé^m Ub «m. talned ttom the ItaBan gevenuM^ M . ordar tot t«^ et MX^-.gbm'fÀ valned at tim.m. -  wu In competlttoa wttib ave Ban^MtaiS' ' tana, l|>cludittg ti» J^j»!« «tap- ,  was $1^.000 lesa than Italian Temi factory.  IhatL  attndird Oil rtntd «MM^  nndlay, O^ OeL ^-»The StM Oil company yesterday at£arB<M»i/iii«» Uned 15,000 and coats of pnwecsB^ tor operating In re«tralnt «I^^Jt OtrfovTThe defense was '-allowed' 419. days to file a bill of excepttiwA mS sentence was sns^ndM 60 days to give defense Ume to file i»elitl^ kt error. - - /rti  It was also ordered.that.th«^«dtti»»l-information pending against' J. Du Rockefeller, the Buckeye Pipe lifeaj-X.!; company and thp Bfanhattan Oil jcmi^ \ pany be continued until the n«*t ttfirts»..;; of court. . " ts  The,fine imposed by .Tndge was the limit for one offense.  Who Obey thè Pope, Who'll Be Co^ " sldered a Foreign Potentate. .  Paris. Oct. :iO.-On both sides the fj® qnesUon M what is io be done by the  church and state regarding the separa- fconsUtutea a ««I«»*«  tion lawl.is becoming more%cute daily. '^Tu ^^tl^'L^mJ^Z^ Just now the priests, having indicated y^®®' ^^ possible f<ajb» ^ , that they will do the natural thing in ®®®® amewt^  line with their rèiigróTrs .duty uria  Awa^-».pparent object by-«iiftglln«- the j^^i" "^^®^!^'®' ......  emmcnt repvoseutatlves to the jwlut of declaring in siotiie ineasute what the government , will do In December.  It has alriMidy been Intimated that the governnjent would. -In the Ian-, guage of Primi' Mi nisìér Clemeticea^i,  ..^treat-4he pott© mi a *.oi')»iaTrTit>tfnTaìW tTTe piesènt ______________.....y^..  and theretpie withoui tise rljiht to 'fìunnpr'" ,!im" Moir, for ^WsTof liJ' give an onls-r valid , in This i 750 «nd a bet of SS.fliiO^.iook.pliUse'r- ""  English Heavyweifliht Champ^iMiMp*  London. Oct. SO.-^The |^ht for the heavyWiíjghí championship of, between.  has been o.-e of cuuses thai have ; lugt" nigiu bffisre tbe National Í-  aroused..páimef on »  energy or decTaréd' "  Safe Blovvers at Lewiston.  Niagiini Fails, Oct. 30.^-Yesterday morning between 2 and 3 o'clock, the safe in the oliu-o of ¿. W. U. Kelly, in Lewibton, w.is blown opeu and about $50 in cash taken. It Is bojievcd. to liitye been done'by three who -camo tow jrd tMs-eRy;------  fore a court of juhtlce^^Att™iiiive ca.ses .tried-in tiio interest o'f citizens.  "The one tiiins tiiat is the security of aU we prize is the intellisonce and .saving c:onrrnbn s-ense of the .\m^'rican people. We have nothing to fear in the; United sitat es 'l)ui tt corruption of the public jtjdRmeht. . -  ■ rlio ieaKiui why the man corrupt publip ppinion is 1 the most (laiweroui ene.n>v of the i state. " ' , "  j" "It fs fho" worst fhini? w-lth \vlut>h"  ported the law get rid of i.t without pu;' ;ií.'  The Mau ,  iuitiiijrnuisni,' but. tó tTûn'f'fh  it-y ■■ c'nanihr-î',  .sp • ! it oasüy  í.veniment ¡íuí»- ' the {ir^t artd iVe btnjgjïîe tvas pretty / will anu'nd --------• ---..  the  to  pOjlí*  ■f-íinñul,  ;t'!i m jjo-^itiou  even unt'ì tV.e r.tuiì rou-'ds în^ the ninth Ptúfií^r Kit Moir low 'several finies and w.'»/ d-pqcaíifiííd. >  VOTE THE EAGI.E TICKET.  -V  Avoid alum and alum phos-  ^nd even  , Draw^n to Death.  Hoosic Tunnel; Mass.,' Oct. 30.--While .standing on a stepladder repalr-liig jmail. cxiui^- at- t^e- depot Ed«'^ mnnd Hall, aged 78, was drawn from his post by the suction of a passing express train, pulled under the ti^uln and i^t to plTOes,^,,__________—-----------  VOTE,THE EAOlLE TICKET.  wiaan  •Sc-  r'i-  we aTe int-Ml loduy, i)(.'c:iuse if it i;-succiíMí.sful if ni:iK«',s it diiUcult, if not impos.sible, ÍOÍ* tiioso wlu» in e led astray by such nuHhods to cultivate that sohrîffv of tiioURht which in the iQst analvhi^ i'« the oííh .«ceurity of ali ôur-busiîie.A'i. of -ptl- oui-'-pi-ostHr-rity. OÏ- ,  «ov<uumont itself.  !'Aud it is for that veasojï, that J.', say that the píáin p'^iplo of this state have more. :U si;ike in this election than any one else.  ■^"A eouitnúnity-that heiieve«? that all men In Its' bURtn'eäs or 'pôliïîcal/Tife, or/substantlully all of thcni, are bad will soon itself be rotten."  label law requires tii^tall the ingredients hk m on the labelse^^^ f or te  Biitavia,.-OeL-30.r--Mr.-IIushes was metrheVe' thlB moroing" ' by several score ot people" and was escorted to the opero house where he addressed a large audience. . .  Royal Bítíng Powder, wWch is a pure^creâm citaït^^ Mû tKe best thât tïî  .....-  ^asastsuaaasaoiîMWW   

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