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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Wellsville, New York to Court Holding Allnight WAITS IN Probable Result of Vote Vary of - - - Associated Oct. 13The high court of will at 2:80 It not even the judges has the Idea just form of procedure will be fol That is a matter for the court to There are ho rules by the impeachment court shall Ths biggest la as to whether will be public or The opinion while the may lie privately the actual voting will be done in the presence of newspaper men and who could be crowded into Oct. verdict in the trial of Sul cii which the high court will will noi he it is now Opposition to ihn coMit Kilting throughout as it liad to If and arrivals themselves as in session not than midnight at the They pointed out that there several members of the arul if would he unfair to ask litem tu remain all night when Is Ite by such procedure other keeping the pettier after the disposition will not convene 2 ifH this afternoon as .be 4)BjDcitH^ ' Is mt be settled Not ToW ' A rumor waft current hiMt that Senator ot to story after the was would ask that the ease be reopened and the two be to in an Interview over fiom home the senator denied that be had any strch has several times since the trial that tha whole NEW OCTOBER 14, iiiiiii l' II I Governor * to Attack of. 1 the transactions been within the the governor silently awaits of the It la foF see him All he remained within the house with Mrs. his pey his sole on of the friends and his enemies regarding the result of the greatly at His friends say he is sure at least twenty enough to prevent his Some maintain he will get 22. those opposed tb to concede more tlian the other those views are neutral say much depends on wav the court votes on the motion to strike out Articles two ind majority vote will quash these while it will require a two-thirds vote to remove the it is pointed out that If the articles which refer to all of should he stricken many of his would oppose removing on the remaining New York - - York Oct. tlie recent of Italians suspected for outrages of the most mi enfile block was en aii l pane ot ass in the ot was keil he i by and 1 more a should lie a mimI pleas and tiie aini one ot tlie should speak with Hie nf ami an for av Itv I he tire mare In than tlie presence of a distinguished tu Fousit in of Hef and other hand must he decided on it was Hint the first certain should he he readied iin tn late ill the tint of tlie ronst it lit iona i hv counsel | Not nulli these are j of wi l a vote lie taken on ' 1' of the innocence if tlie Of course it is i and lil ty from Strong at Tlie smi l onie in here at No- is 1 mili li foi nt to Labor on lo 14 in and one to a was the punishment foi forgery handed out to aM i ill tlie justice had d a ck ior j n tti of for a the Quits On I T. 1 a the jii d ct he hv III Aged 20, a Giant Heads Third Who Married Ranch Owner Last March Told Police She had Been Married Three Ail Bolna Cause of Death 3t Each the murder of two of her eight Oscar and live arid Mrs. J. H. the mistress of one of the richest ranches in Bosque la in jail at on the that she disposed of other two and 10, who died last and whose deaths were attended hv symptoms of propose to exhume the The v scara of the two Mrs. is with yielded arsenic under who is 47 years married the owner of Looney last She told the police that she had been three times married before she nut Ail ot former husbands are dead and the authorities are now Investigating the of each She first appeared In Bosque Junuary She protests her Of Lies Kordt of Commander sky Announces Area as Large as the Arctic by Curator of Park Museum at San Oct. 1 i -A specimen of tlie rare has bern found in Golden Gate probably the only in the United Curator Barren of the museum discovered it. which was to this country 4() years ago by the famous Australian out a peculiar aromatic Harren smelt tlie and d tiie tree whose branches were laden with beautiful giving forth heavy Around the base of the tree were dead bodies of small animals and curator soon felt drowsiness stealing over his son complaining of the same was found tiie which had been brought from one of tiie South Sea belonged the species or which only once in .SO years and the of which were formerly used as a drug bv the Story of Maa From BE TOSSED COIN FOR Determines Instant Suicide For a French Army Oct. iie loss of a coin the death by suicide of an ' Gaston be- | longing to a good at j where he was to ills room donned a wrote and a sou from s It in the air to or i ( oin tOf ' atul t u ii iiut 12.Members ttiv It. lue ui u contaient luites li w be discovery of ney pro lue tn lue he report from liiat in of the and had there and announced the dis df a body ot land as large as beyond Kl and ln2 as a surprise to the ot the It was laat the government for had pursued a survey lu the lan ocean hut no word had ed the society of regular into the frozen The ot and has long regarded as held lor and the govern sent Mellanson into the last on h three Major Arc tic explorer and thinks some en or must have been made In tiie loc ation of Him newly though he is not in to doubt that an discovery has been The General suid today that on ll e in drifted tic was in tilde liM a little north of w the of the reported is to he party saw no land and so confident was he none existed in the vicinity of vessel that lie lias t at the portion of the A I tic ocean is a deep that it seamed possible a conti of tiie of the drift path of tlie and the 11 most point of TO GET Girl Wins by Marrying Oct. 11. Mrs Potter widow of j ash to settle j 11, till Miss Pot I 1er I she married Ilie I Giuseppe d of I IS shown in an copy of tiled in the I i mua 1 e s ice of to the an took In m 1^114 hilt at no im made of a rnone I IIA up After * - ' ' ' ' better | gooff of the an with me aod one crew ing Vu take a They followed but i never aaW they were made for German r 8peal<a in ing of of the of the Burning Ship in Their to Save In the Terrific Panic Which Followed the Outbreak ot Oct. 13.Tiie first detailed story of tho burning of Volturno and the terrible scenes that followed it told by an aerogram received here night from Arthur managing director of a on the Mr. obtained story from a German commercial who Jumped from biasing Volturno on Thursday j and waa rescued by a sailor of the who risked his own life by going into the aea after the lost from and lie told story to Mr. ine called the man's attention to he did not know that his shoe soles were burned off by the fire that hud charred in no's had been working for a linn of in said Mr. uf a New so I took a third class passage on the We sailed from on Oct 3, and all went well until (i o'clock the fol lowing heard a tire alarm sounded we Were ordered to go on deck The told us that a tire had oot in the hold. They not know how bad It were afraid that it had gained a big situation worse almost as fast as we It was not until we could do n There were cries for but tiie sea was in mountains and at tlie officers hesitated s for the There was run and so did the who are I am sorry say that tlie made up of Germans and Bel g behaved were about of to the crew were to first place in wore making the panic first took of th that was Kotten lie called for women and hot there a rush from the and lei -t of the people ill this first boat were of tlie mi nf the K tlie side nf the i It liack and forth j reached tlie a sreat hit M. if me I the them from hearing me. It WM hard work and ' times I I but kept the water finally the beam Of light covered They saw me from the ship and I voices calling out to me to keep going and would take me half 1- Keeping myself up I don't know how I taken became very ill and waa to his Me waa by a doctor of the and put to He will recover from RESCUED 533 of Dead from and at Oct. by the line by trom the Steamship from the Cunard and from In make it appear that 11 steamship have ciu d persons out of of ttaT passengers and of the Insists Tn or 80 other reports continued to place the number of dead from tire drowning at 1:54. is still the that two boat loads of the Volturno's about the storm these are included m the list of the Associated I Oct. The from of the Volturno the vessel to a wireless iroin tiie be fc help must tho 1 may have to for h to the the driven out of room hy after 'the Volturno a mass of funnel to was years old letters which lie jeft lie with Irs officers tilt cause of the dispute known He wealthy and was hv with a member of ihe ni AIDS Increased by Work of Fisheries 1 y ill tiie to it to tlie auri billed by and ui op Of tiie lu I propagation of tht re has a ' heav increase iii e devoted attention to ' tile pari 1,11 1V the of where are taken in numbers than ll is j that tiie daily Las ' been tons of lobsters from April will Ol Jones further j the ship and broke it in to the fact w soul In it ned was and ' tlie man pot on the man nesa is $ 1 4 . o net Not Be Drifted m Heavy U Vo k Oct lo A wireless from tells that tiro on by an the feet the M when the more 1 rtw and were Che irv ere lost hy the Ol the Sixty to Cou the other i aw IV were night another we 1 M red ' u panic and aboard crowded aft were off at e a SPREAD FAST MEETING OF ibe thei time of the is willed out ' r to In Tree and met 1 h 1 11 e 1 I t lie lid - I ir I 11- II M W ot man r. I 111 1. filine ' i } the I h I I 1 I le - 11,1 I II Ihe hli 1 lile w I. t uni o 1.11 d I i ali 1 h H ti to ve 11. o n Ij i e e - K nit -a k I - V 1 e I n all Now we w 1 Hut the III emeu I up and to i Im ll tot out 1 ep lie liave shot down liim fin i. ' V had on deck This s captain had driven in w a t he da V el e 1.milled an it meni hei hut i e tun s id e il e ho some e and CUI Is and p k this poi n 1 Mi II t I IH a t il 1 s s h. M ' inn t h. t w poned he went nn when the flames out the women and the men tore j and a m ed in ou the 1 fi 11) I liMl il e I i I sie a s I u ' I y 1,11,1 I 1 ' WANT was c a fine is i e a t 4 I; con elit - 1 h i i c 1 ' v V I. M ' v - a h liw r - M lo Uli M ri ' to n t he t to f i U h. - ' of d 1.; V e i K. of Manhattan trades Mi president s. el Mills of the convention
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