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WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER IS 1909.
LABOR UNIONS ?
HAVE UNITED IS
Nine Fraternal and Benefit Or
ganizations and Three Labor
Unions Have Joined Ranks of
Fighters Against Disease.
Minn fmtornal nnd hftnftflt organi
zations with a membership of nearly
3,000,000, and three international
labor unions "wTlh a membership of
over 100,000 have Joined the ranks
of the lighters against consumption
^within the last year, according to a
state men t~issued today by the Na
tional Association for the Study and
Prevention of 'fuberculoals.
A year-ag? only, one fraternal, or
ganization, the Royal League, and
one labor organization, the Interna
tional Typographical Union, main
of their, tuberculous members. Since
January 1, 1009, the following fra~
ternal and benefit organizations have
taken up the consideration of tuber
. culosls? and in most instances have
decided to erect Institutions: Broth
erhood of American Yeomen. Order
of ISagles, Improved Order of Red
Men, Modern Woodmen of America,
Knights ot Pythias, Royal Arcanum,
Workman's Circle, Knights of Colum
bus, and Foresters of America. The
International labor unions which
have-joined the fight against tubercu
losis are the International Photo
Engravers Union of North Amerloa,
the International Printing Pressmen
and Assistants Union, and the Inter
national Boot and Shoe Workers
Tbe Modern Woodmen and the
Knights of Pythias have already
opened sanatoria for .their members
who has tuberculosis at Colorado
Springs, and Bast Las Vegas. New
Mexico. The Workmen's Circle Is
about to orect a similar Institution
&l Liberty."!*.. Y: The Iloyal
has maintained a sanatorium at
Black Mountain, ^ N*. c.." for three
"years. The other fraternal organiza
tions mentioned have either appoint^
ed commissions to consider the ad
justability of ' erecting tubvrculoBls
sanatoria or _are contemplating such
The first sanatorium *o be erected
for the beneflf~of the laboring men
^~~waB built tfy the international Typo
graphical UnlonNn connection with
International Printing Pressmen and
AsslBiantr~i nion nave mwtb Uf
cldfed to erect a similar sanatorium,
and steps are now being taken to
L open such an institution. The_Inter=
national ? Photo ? Bogrovere- U n ion ,
while not conducting a sahatoriun?
of Its own, pays for the tjrea'tment of
Its tuberculous members ?^n Instltu
Mwt in various popto of the country.
The International Boot and Shoe
Workers ifnlon are recommending fff
their 'members that they ally them
selves with the various organizations
united In the fight against tnherru
All of these -fraternal organizations
and labor unions are also carrying
on campaigns of education among
their members. In this way over
3;00070W men and women are receiv
ing Instruction through lectures,
through official papers, and by literal
ture expressly prepared showing the
of tuberculosis. ^ ,|
-- i ~ It la a campaign of prevention
which will bring to these varlouB fra
ternal and benefit organizations mil
lions of dollars In the saving of lives
and tbd~ cutting down of payments
" for sickness and death resulting from
tuberculosis. _ The recent National
fraternal Congress dsdlmated that 60
per cent of th^ death "losses f rdm tu
berculosis could be saved .by the va
rious fraternal organizations of the
The National Association for the
8tudy and Prevention of Tubercu
j loeti has rendered mil asstBtance pos
L Bible to these various movements
among the labor men and fraternal
organisations, fvhd stands ready to
cooperate as far as pomlble with any
Boclety of this character.
Policeman John Harris has re
cerreu one 01 i ire. uiimi vrauanonam
ever seen here. The animal la finely
-trained, haa a lengthy pedigree, and
a hahdfome raw. sn? la
~?friendid iiog ?ownedby q? omm,
and Ta beautifully formed and col
ored, and very docile. The antmil
haa a very anooeaaful record, and has
run down some noted criminals.
A SPANISH HERO
SHOT TO DEATH
Prof. Ferrer, Convicted Revc
luBonisirts Executed in H
Barcelona*. Oct. 14. ? Prof. Fran
cisco Ferrer, tho Spanish educator
and oonvlf.lpri revolutionist, was Bhot
yesterday. " The execution was done
at the fortress of Montjulch, where
the prisoner had been confined slnoe
his condemnation by - court-martial.
The doomed man faced the firing
squad without flinching and fell dead
at the first volley.
Ferrer, except for a momentary
expression" of qjnol toll. ~ tfflTg&d lately
preceding his death l(- retained his
compoBure to the last. His attorney,
M. Galceran, who had d^ended the
prieoncr so loyally as to bring about
his own arrest for improperly ad
dressing the court had secured per
mission for a brief talk with the
revolutionist before the latter was
led to the ditch where he wag to die.
JToJiia attorney Ferrer spoke feeling
ly of the work for which
riflced hiB life and the future of his
daughter. ' whose brave attempt " to
eavo bto life, touched the- father mora,
deeply, apparently, than any other
' incident of his trial and conviction.
,On Ferrer's arrest his family was left
dependent upon the daughter, who at
once secured employment In a biscuit
factory. When It was known that
her father had been ? sentenced to
death, the daughter made a personal
appeal to King Alfonso, calling upon
him in the name of his known gener- '
oslty and chivalry to spare her fath-|
er's lifo. When the facts were relat
ed by Galceran, Ferrer broke down.
It was but a- passing emotion, and
presently the undaunted revolutionist
was himself again.
COLORED TEACHERS EXAMINED.
Mr. W. L. Vaughan, County Super
intendent of Schools, is today en
gaged In examining the colored teach
ers. There are 13 applicants. The
examination is being held in th* city
hall. ? _
OF HIS WIFE
Wanted to Attend Husband's
f? Hanging With th$Mai She ?
is to Marry.
Wilkenbarre, Pa.. Oct. 13. ? Mrs.
?Mary Nazarko, wife of Stanley Na
zarko, the Slav to be hanged torgor-'
^^V-xtelU&_7he Tounty JnH today lrr
company with Mfchael Mazareski, trie
man ?i?e la to marry 1RSF RGr BUS
band is^fcsccuted and requested the
sheriff that>she be permitted to wit
ness the hanging. ' ?
"" -The condemned man *as willing
that Als wtfe, whom he deserted in
Rusfa top years ago, and the man
who^s to be* her second husband,
should be piesem to aee him mount
the scaffold, but Sheriff Redda said
tfie ft w would" not permit it, and un
der1 no circumstances would he allow
the woman to be present. Nazarko
kft 1af> " 11,111 '? "hUh ht hpfinthn
f 1,000 to his wife and-, her future
husband. ? ' ?
N'^zarko will be hanged for killing
a woman with whom be lived in this
The Loss is Not Known But
it is Thought-it Will Rnn Up
. Firo took a hand In. shaping the
destiny of a Union Station for Nor
folk early till* morning wlien ft de
stroyed the m^ch maligned Norfolk
and Western passenger depot, with
its long train shed and Mie freight,
baggage and oxpreBs rooms, together'
with the quarters of the offlee*forcei
and all the records they contained.
A score of freight ang shuttle cars
were destroyed and Several more!
were" partially consumed owing to tW
lack of locomotives to move them ;
from the danger tone before the
flames had cut them off.
it Im impossible early this morning I
to Mtimat* total loea. bqt lrVHT
be in the neighborhood 'orHW, 0H0
The Iom of the ' records . of the
frefg^naa iwengei oBe?. together
Agent U. M. Ofborne, patraot be ri^j
ued In money.'
PHONES BRING PLACED.
!A GALLANT RES
Two Mien Are Saved
The Rescued Men Were the
Firemen and Machinist of the
Ferry Boat Winthrop? Rescued
. By Promptness of Others.
ivuiiaik. Ui't. lo ? t-ljiiiCnltnt~TiW
at white heat on the water front yes
tefday "forenoon while as gallant res
cue of men as 'Norfolk ever saw was
being effected. It was 10:45 o'clock.
Th? Old- Dominion liner from New
York had Just passed the foot of
Roanoke Dock bound for her pier
when the ferrbyboat Winthrop left
her Norfolk slip and in her wake two
men . were seen struggling In the
wiUfr ? ? ~'"w
These men set up a shouting which
brought a flMk of men Intent upon
iMhis what Ju-up. ? Thpn t|ii|f~k nnrt
expert men calk off lines which moor*
ed various craf^o docks Sn the vicin
ity and a fleet mSi^d wlfh almusCTn-"
creditable awlltnea^put Into the
river to save the men wlk^eemed to
be about to drown.
The man nearest to those over
board was F. J. Schweitzer, of the
United State Marine Barracks, who
was In charge of the naval ferry |
landing, He hastened to assure the
swlmjpers. who were about fifty yards '
off shore, that aid would soon come!
and his shouting was reinforced by
perhaps fifty more men in the vicln
liy. - _
Everything then was moving swift
ly in the neighborhood. Captain John !
Chrlstensen, who had Just passed in
the gasoline launch Gertrude, of the,
Marshall Towing Company fleet,
threw a life buoy to one of the strug
gling men. Then the steam launch
of- the battleship Minnesota, which
had Jur.t come over from the navy
yard, put ofT from shore and threw a
life line to the other one.
Pioneer of the Joseph M. Clarke &
Co. fleet. whickJay at their pier near
by. east off thelrll?e* and made for
the scene, and the tug Hampton, of
the Southern Transportation Com
pany. wWh wnn ll]l Ihn rjt^r a Hft|r
way, bound up, backed toward the
men ln"The water.
TKe Minnesota's launch, with her
expert crew, being nearest, beat the
other craft to the men floundering in
the water and both were brought
Jlbnvrn,lh ~Trar?rr77V tiauapTreSf
Ttmt-tfa^reon worn Ephtalro Thomas,
fireman, and Html; lima, naaohlnint,
aboard the ferryboat Winthrop. They
Save gone jo the rail to work on the ,
shaft bearing and were clinging to a
line when- thfc. ataxic pn?i^.i ?sm nnH
they were preclpifatedJnto the water.
H. H. Dawson, assistant to Ferry
Superintendent Captain Harney, who
happened along Mhnrtlv. said that the
two men arc among Hie most efficient
employes of the company and their
EJiacue was Very gratifying. The men
said that they are good swimmers,
but their shoes and clothing dragged
them downward ;anTTRey yelled lus
tlly In order to procure assistance be
Tore these snouia docoHA. thoroughly
saturated and cause them to sink.
Fortunately, there were in the vl
cimty a number or t?speciaiiy~ttpt"STta ?
alert men, always on the lookout
and Instantly apprehensive of what
should be done td save the men over
hoard They djd_ this today _wltt?
"wonderful celeriry 'aifff^ feVer >'t>ttdy
who saw the rescue said they never
had seen anything to equal It, and !
rarely more aetlro and e?eltlng w htl? ?
the curtain was up.
To Hold a Corn
On or about November 12th will
be held a Corn Grower's Content. This
will be a great thing for the <^tlsens
and farmers of this section. I.?ast
jfpar tills meeting wjw held. In Hert
ford, and ^bout 2,000 peoplo attend
ed. The judge* and committee will
be sent from the State Dartment of
Small haB been requested to present
the medals and prices. These will be
given for the finest grade o? corn
and the largest amount of corn grown
per acr?r~ 9pvctst rate* wtllbe gtvro
nn?WM w ww tvaicmiugr
-and it. 4a hoped that a big. crowd will
_ Tin Untied St.tee Dht'rlct Court
adjourned' thle morning. 80 m? 0 1 the
cum Mt for trial were continued uri^
Ul the next term.
DISTRICT COURT J
Sentenced to Prison
? ? ? 4
"Judge Connor is Pcesidfcig Over
the Court With Abi|ty and
Firmness ? Many Cues Were
?Disposed of Yesterday^
Tne rmmtf States Co
eion all day yesterday at
courthouse. The folio*
were disposed of:
United States vs. Clyde Gaboon:
, . ~3TT
Tyrlll county; retailing; . ^defendant
plead guilty; judgment suspended on
payment of the^ revenue ta? and cost
United States vs. F. AC llarrell.
[three cases; up from Marra county;
violating (ho postal Ian; pleads
guilty; fined $217 and the post.
I'nltod States ys. JqABJk Griffin ;
Martin county; Illicit distiling; con
j" Unilcd'States vs. XatPOtzer; Beau
fort county: violating Internal reve
nue law; defendant pleadi not guiT
ty; Jury trial, acquitted, k. D. Mac
Esq., appeared for defendant.
United States vs. David jTrodwell;
Washington county; violating inter
nal revenue law; pleads guilty; Judg
ment suspended upon payment of
United States vs. Thomas D. Saunr
ders; Perquimans county; violating
internal revenue law; nol pros.,. de
fendant having produced bis license
as required by law.
United States vs. Isaac Jackson;
Martin county; violating the postal
law; convicted at a lower term;
Judgment prayed at this term; sen
tenced to twelve months lif the'U. S.
penitentiary at Atlanta. Judge Con
nor Intimated that If the defendant
could arrange to pay a tee and the
cost before the end of the term, he
would remit the ?
United States vs. W. TTftrv<w f!ar
row;' Beaufort county; Illicit distill- 1
ing; Jury trial; defendant acquitted. I
? W. C-. Rodman, Esq., appeared for
United States vs. Rosa Wooten; j
.Washington county; called and fail
ed; ordered that a Scl Fa and capias
issue as to next term of oourU
? Court adjourned today _for the
FORBES BREAKS ? :
BALLOON RECORD '
?Receives Lahm Cup
He Makes 731 Lj Miles tn 19
1-4 Hours ? He Descends Ear- 1
lier Than Necessary ? Ex-Mayor
of Cincinnati His Guest.
? Rlfumuud. Va.; Oct. 13? -Winnlr.R
the I.alim cup Tor tlio longest nigur*
made in a balloon under the auspices
of the Aero Club of Ajnerlca and
breaking all speed recordf^or long
distance flights, A. Holland Forbes,
of New York, and former Mayor Max
FlelBchmann, of Cincinnati, landed
this afternoon at 12:45 in Chester
field c<J\int>\ 20 mlleB south of Rich
mond. The tri$. was made In the
balloon New York, yhieh Mr. Forbes
won the duration contest in the In
? Mistake as to His location,
Starting from' the gas works in St.
Louis at 5:30 Tuesday afternoon, the
dlslafi?e of 731 1-4 miles was made
in ID hours 15 minutes, at an aver
age rate of 38 miles on hour..
The balloon passed Lynchburg at
10:30 o'clock this morning. Soon
after noon an apparently large body
of water was seen ahead and a large |
town came Into view, below. Mr. j
Forbes and his companion, realizing i
the fast time they were making
thought the water might be Che9a- J
peake Bay and the city of Norfolk, j
and adjudged it belter to descend j
before the ocean was reached.
The. hazy, weather helped to deceive .
the aeronauts in this respect, and it j
was not until after a landing was ef
fected that they discovered that the I
town was Petersburg and the water I
Forbes Going to New York.
Mr. Forbes and Mr. Flelschmann.
came to Richmond as soon as they
could get their balloon to a railroad
aoliu. Mr HalMtmmiii li f frr h'-1
will take the train for New York J
after spending the night at a hotel |
here 1 -? |
- "The new possessor of the coveted
Lahm cup. who Is head of the Forbes
Publishing Company of New York,
and who during the past few years
' has become a noted aeronaut; was
naturally much elated. He has made i
about 40 flights in four years.
Air is Ready: ior the ? - ?
Meetings of ffie Two
I El Paso.'Tex., Oct. 15. ? This flour
I isning border cuy ls.in a flutter Of an
ticipation over the arrival- of Prcsi
I dent Taft tomorrow and his exchange
? - I
of visits with President Diaz of Mex
ico. The meeting of the two rulers
is a significant event in which both
na^oija. are deeply .. interested , for
aside from the pageantry of the oc
casion it is a notable expression pf |
existing between the United States
and the sister republic south of the
Rio Grande. *
El Paso has blossomed out in a
nants and streamers and pictures of
the two Presidents are everywhere.
JJafc FranciBco street, Campbell, street
and San Antonla street, and ? other
thoroughfares' through which tomor
row's parades will pass are long vis
tas of bunting in tho American and
Mexican colors. In Cleveland Square
and Other prominent localities large
grand stand* have been erected for
spectators of the parades. A massive
"Welcome" arch has been erected In
front of 'the Chamber of Commerce
where the first meeting of _the rulers
will take place.
YIsIfdnTard pouring into the eir?
in large numbers. Tho railroads es.
timate they will bring at least 50.000
from points as far distant as New
thousand troops under command of|
WALKOVKR HRIIXiH CIA'H.
The Walkover Bridge Club which
was toroea weanaftnaySYOunfkt the
home *of Miss Julta Moor?, Jj^jcom
poeed of the following members:
Bonner, Rattle and Annie Laughing
house, Helen Kugler, Adeline Mayo,
Jutl* Moore, Mamie Springs, Olivia
Hodges. Pearl and I.illian Campbell.
The Mines Campbell wlU entertain
fl.il f ho nMl ?*
Brig. Gen. Albert L. Myer have' ar-j
rt?ed from Ton Bam* Houston ami ]
Fori Bliss to do hohor to th? two rul- 1
ers and to 'act as escort In their in-j
terohange of viBlts. The^ military dis
play by Mexico will In every respect
equal the display made on this side.
It addition to the presidential body
guard President Diaz will be a?M>ni
panied by a regiment of Zapadores,
one roglment of infantry and one reg
The program of the day will con
sist of wo visits -by President Taft
to Mexico and one visit by President !
Diaz to the United States. _Slo troops I
dary, nor will flaRH of either nation!
be carried across the line. About 10
o'clock tomorrow morning president
Diaz will come to El Paso, where ho
will be received by Secretary of War
Dickinson. Gov. Campbell of Texas
and his ataP, and escorted to Presi
dent Tafit ft The party will
bp driven to the Chamber of Com
merce, where the two Presidents will
confer In private The Mexican-Pres
ident will then retire across the river
under Military escort. At noon Pres
ident Taft will cross oyer to Juarez
and the program of the ^fcorning will
be practically repeated. lie will then
retire to the American side under
military escort. In tho evening at
5 o'clock president Taft will again
visit Juarez to attend the banquet to
be given " by President Diaz.
Has Been Postponed
Ratetgtr; fr. c., Oct. tt.^nre-flr>t4
electrocution net to take place in |
Xortlt Carolina has again been post
.. .v_ ..IT i
ure of fha New' Tor* Arm having the
contract to lastfm the electric death
chair in the penitentiary here. Wal
ter Morrison, a aegro of Robeson
comtf, was sentenced to be electro-,
cnted a rat oa September 10, then the
date Was chaaged to October 15 aha
the Governor jeeterdaj reprieved the
?au until N?TMa?w I*., . , 'J
Munificent J 100,000 Catholic
? Structm^J^ULBe Dedie,, .
Ashevillo. Oct. i
sr. about , on.,, leu ,or
here Sunday of* the new Si t ? '
^atji.u, church. ?n ?
? I 1JU LI .1 ... i
si 0?,000. TUs dedicatory 8err,oe
b* In charge ot BlshoI, Haj? ^
, be "la,? visiting prlesu a!ia 0tv
er prominent CMhollc. her. aiund
to assist Km-. Fun""
?01., the beloved held of |
chnrch In AshevlHe. 'M
?^te-xiamer jjorixoa-of (he dedica- '
The procession wtll mov<,
f lowed doors led hv ti
anfl followed bv Blsho. hIiT"*""
priests th. h and the
priests . tf.c doors w o>
ot A'heviiie. Tberc will ho a ,.ll01 '
-insr o^rc,uom ,hf
The last portion ot the church to
Hon. John H. Small Wilf Ad
dress Chamber of Commerce
hoMh? "amber ot Commerce win
hold an Important meeting this even
ins at their rooms.
J0rrrr "i?u"i b*
Among the Important things to be
W com*" ,are COrn i0d8lne <"?'? soon
There is , '? * b?'J '?
7?T~~rr a factorv Proposition
and a ne? boat line. The question
a rai road through Bath^ownshlp
.'hamber - the
? In addition to the above Hon. John
on th I ' addr<f! ,h" chamber
* ' ?""?aMi-Wtt.t, the uU?.,;
All Having Complaints Will Be
7 ? Given Free Space in The
The Kicker's Column in the Dally I
New? is still open to all wishing to'
do a little kicking" "All. wAO flare fthy
grievances or complalnl_tliey witii_t9
bring before the public, now Is your
time, as the Daily News offers space
Z t - ;y J
to make this column one of the fea-|
tures of Saturday's paper, each week.
Tomorrow is the time for kickers to I
take advantage q I tbelr opportunity, j
the talking that the management has
hit on a plan whereby all wishing to
have their say can do so. ^column
In rhe lJffper Is offered Twttbout
charge. No doubt someontl has it
flaw to pick In things general\^<U)d
instead of shifting the burden to an
other, 'this paper given you the
chance. Take advantage of this of
fer and let your complaint appear In
Saturday '8 News.
Last Saturday the News had .two
articles and it is to be hoped this |
number will be increased tomorrow.
Wlio will t>e the fir&FToatarT the balt f
Steam Roller I
Ashevllle, N. C.. Oct. 13.? leaping
frnm fcfMiJrta Ills t-onnaf vhn Q nr
companytng Whi ot -a ^rattt, Rr
Giles, of Wilmington. N. C-, Inmate of
an Ashevllle sanatorium, jumped
Hfu'eniioa ateem roller thla afternoon
and hls'~head wm crushed out of
shape by the ponderous wheels or the
machine operating on the Preneh
Broad River road four miles from
Mr. Milea was being treated here)
ror temporary aberration.
- ? - ? ? ? - ? ? ? :
IT MAY HAVE
" ON THE FIGHT
The Campaign Warm
Judge Gaynor's Chances Tor"
Success m New York Mayoral
ty Contest Not So Good, Owing
to Illness of McCarren.
New York, Oct. 14. ?The seething
political campaign into which New
4L<M*.h?*-W?i4-i*iuuged by the trian
gular flght for the mayorality is fur
ther complicated thin morning by the
critical condition of state Senator
Patrick H. McCarren. following an
operation for appendicitis last night.
Whatever the outcome of his illness
It Is most certain that he will not be
back iu the battle until it is all over
but the shouting. His incapacity is
a severe loss to Justic? Gay nor, the
Democrtic candidate, who is report
ed to have practically beeu forced
upon the DemocritHr
the wishes of Tammany by the insjg.
tence and power of McCarren. Furth
ermore? It wag McCarren who was
looked to by his party to meet and
overwhelm the efforts of his rival iu '
Brooklyn politics, former Lieutenant
Governor Timothy Woodruff Appar
ently McCarren has no lieutenant big
enough adequately to nil his shoesf on '
such short- notice and the situation
across the bridge is said to be the
most perplexing phase of the Demo
cratic problem today.
The glare of red fire will supplant
the electric glow of Hudson^Fulton
week from now on till November.
All three parlies to the contest are
making ready- to carry their issues
onto a whirlwind streets-campaign
with all the old-fashioned accessor
ies, oratory. Invective and torch
lights. Each of the three leaders in
Ihe flght, Otto T. Bauuard. fuslon
Republlcan: wtlliam R. Hearst, Civic
Alliance; and WlUUim J. Gaynor.
Democratic? Is reported to be confi
dent that he has at least a good fight
ing' cffancc. while the followers of
each Rfe"TafT5ore unsllnled 111 their
The Intrusion of Assistant District
Attorney Elder, of Brooklyn. ~itlo the
arena in accusations against Gaynor's
integrity as a Judge, in support of
TVilllanr jTr-mus' race Iracir'TeglsIa
Hon charges against Judge Gaynor,
evoked no retort from the latter. His
friends, however, added another to
the charges in the campaign, declar
ing Mr. Elder to lie actuated by the
"lrufiff~tTr B mi ill U ? rrr? - , M
ltlg judgrt friends tu<],w. Tim
othy l. Woodruff and other promt
nent Republicans of Brooklyn, are to
endeavor to persuade Gov Hughes
to confer the offWupon Elder.
tndiryttiro of the breaking of
lines, while Elaer was preparing his
statement. District Attorney Clarke,
of Kings county. Mr. Elder s official
chief, was reported to be assuring
Judge Gaynor of his su|>port and re
gret that Mr. Elder had made the at
tack. After the conference Mr. Clark
dee^red that the judge had advised -
agajnst Elder's remrMl from ofw?
Mr. Ivans declared that he had wltr
nesses to Elder's veracity, while
Judge Gaynor again refused to notice
Mr. Ivlns. ? ;
^ ,"lf nrxi reai mir p. ---j
of the campaign signalized the politi
cal activities of Jacob Riis, aoclolo
glst and friends of CoK Roosevelt,
an^Lojj^ Zeltjier In the Interest of
Ihe TtTsrroTrTa'uuluaie, Trim
last night, as an accompaniment to
an automobile speech-making tour by
Mj^-Bannard on the eastside
"The fight is now on me." said Mr. ?
Barnard, in his speeches. "The rest
of the fusion ticket is elected." *
~New~lWrtr. Opt: u. ? it ?as an_
nounced at 2:ir, o'clock this morn
*lng that St?te Senator Patrick H.
McCarren. of Brooklyn, who was op
erated on Wednesday night for ap
pendicitis. was sinking. The Bur
geons at St. Catherine Hosjilui fear
ed that he wnulc^jiyt survive the day.
* New Advertisements *
? m Today's News ?
? Paul-Gale-tirftenwood Co., Nor. ?
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