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Minnie Lee Collins. Grandniece of the late President James K. Polk, writes from 912 High Street, Nashville, Tenn.: "For several years I experienced a severe attack of female trouble. The best physkians prescribed for me, but without avail. Two years ago 'helm, to take Peruna at the advice of a friend. I noticed a perceptible Improvement at once; after takint several bottles I was cured. I hold Peruna in high esteem and am always ready to say a good word for it" MINNIE LEE COLLEVS. Mrs. Bertha Mohr, 123 Gilbert These women all tell the same Strcet, 101Nti, City, writes: story. Pains all gone. Dragging "I WAS very nervous and weak, had rensations gone. Quivers and throb-frontal headache and catarrh of the bings and tremblings and dizziness rtonlach, bowels and intestines (sys- and nausea and the irregularities temic catarrh). 1 had female weak- and painful periodsall gone. In ness very bad. I cannot express my their place has come vigor and vithanks for the wonderful benefit ob- tacity, health and hope, peace and tattled through Dr. Hartman's medi- patience, grace and gratitude. eine, Pcruna. I could not work. my Peruna is a wonder-worker in le-limbs trembled so. I am restored male diseases and yet the explanaend can do my ONVII work. I am cer- Hon of it is simple. Catarrh is the lain that whoever tries Peruna will cause of these troubles. Peruna be satisfied with it."--Mrs. Bertha cures the catarrh. The cause being Mohr. removed the symptoms disappear. This is the same old story told by If you do not derive prompt and a tholuand women in a thousand satisfactory results from the use of different ways. Female troub1e:110e- Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hart-tors fall to cure; Peruna, as a last re- man, giving a full statement of your sort. a happy relict from a dreary case, and he will be pleased to give servitude to aches, pains and a coin- you his valuable advice gratis. plication of physical anguish that Address Dr. Hartman, President of can never be described. The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,O. AIRSHIP WINS. f Santos-Dumont Goes Round I Eiffel Tower. Doesn't Descend on Return, So Drize is 1 Balloonist Tells Them They Can Keep Their Old Money. Oot 19The Santos-Dumont airship made a successful trip around the Eiffel tower and back this atter110011. but there was a dispute about the prize. Santos-Dumont started for the tirst thee at hut on leaving the park his guide rope caught in a tree and he was ohliged tieStYnti. Ile started again at 2:42 p m, rose 260 yards and then pointed for the Eiffel tower, the balloon going in a stralgnt it was seen through field glasses to arrive at tho tower and round It. The tittle up to that point, with the wind the balloons favor, was Sin 45s. It returned against the vvind and made Slower headway. but Ft111 kept in the true direction for St Cloud, which it rfached in the total time of 29 minutks seentvis. It instead of descending immodiateiy, Sant os Dinnon t made a broad sw eep (Iv sr he Aero club grounds, Uh th, result that another minute and seconds weri, consumed before the woriumn seized the guide ropes. Thus. technically, Santos Dumont ex--' 'I the time limit by 40 seconds, and on this teehme1L10' the committee refus-ii to give h in the prize. The aeronaut, after protesting against the decision of the committee. hnally sinuggvd Ins shoulders and remarked. "Anyway. I do not care personally for the itle,ik10 francs. I intended to give it talor." THE DAY OF THE RIBBER OVERSHOE HAS GONE, they have no friends among shoe dealers or the public, they burnt the leather and they drew the feetthey made them of poor material, gave etched service and cost high. Physicians have condemned them for Yearsthe people had to submit to the iMposition Cu' go without. Eut now, yen can get the O'Sullivan Sole of New Rubber that will cover the entire bottom of the shoe, wear the entire season throuzt, keep ycur feet cushioned from dampness all the time. They cannot draw the feet, they Cannot burn the leather, they Will actually prolong the life of the shoe. You can have them attached by your ehoe manif he cannot supply you, Send us the diagram of shoe sole and for pair by mall. O'SULLIVAN RUDDER Co., , Lowell, Mass., V. S. A. tpjoR etak4ren r Adults. The is test nod most perectuml remedy msde is TRUE'S PIN WORM ELIXIR !tlf mse 4ft ream. rw,. Ask rour procelst tor It. .14, J. k Itt i Ar 4:0 teto.ortt Me. OEM - DESIME: TO CALL YOUR ATE:N10N TO tO It NOVNUPAIENTS ON PAGE :is. A- Slit tAN At. CO SHUMAN - . CORAElt. Ns ,,,, anti soc, the stwiztni Thus. 1-eht ceesl tl'e en tins 1,41 tus-,1 to cit The soon, the de,,istor ehru L t d "Anyway. the Isle,t,00 thot, THE RIBBER I they have dealers or 1 leather and made them retched stelans ha' Yearsthe imPosition Eut now, SOle of Ne the entire the entire feet enshioi time. They cannot but actually pr You can he ttoe man get14 us the tor pail 0.SULl LO) a tit eti!uren 1 TRUE'S !tlf nse rea Inp, r 4ammenum.." -IT:- 11 Ari F: 1 Ntit, Nt A. Slit IdDRAEl $I mmuminomil INtaN at t:o ntILLAIA:i II JOHN A. SHERLOCK. I 'Remember if vo, 11 have a cough or cold complete stories and special features for I that ;naries szugiey. it yettrs ut age,, 1 time anu ati.lan vy a, nue ninver, Din platies. Lill sioich Kiiiria .7 i Lung Kura Is the beat remedy to take. young ani old. , or I of $U Beacon at. Brighton. i full Of reit and determination. cot. . - , , - . e - . . 6 . i .st , WEilk.n.I.NISOMp,.s,...0.11 diEM. AM.. MINIM 1 .. ..M-- - -- LOSS AT CANDARA. Ch: Chaffee Sends List of Those Lost in Samar. Eight Killed Outright, Two Died After. ward of Wounds. Seven Wounded, Most of Them Reported to Have Been So Seriousip WASHINGTON, Oct 19The names of the killed and wounded of Co E, 9th infantry, In the engagement with bolomen on the Candara river. island of Samar, last Wednesday, are given in a cablegram received at the war department from Gen Chaffee. As made public. the cablegram follows: "Manila, Oct 19, 1901 "Adiutant General, Washington: "With reference to my telegram of 1Rth. following casualties Candara river. Oct 16. Co E. 2th infantry: "Killed: "George Toachant, William H. Ritchie, Edward F. Burns, Carl M. Johnson, William Loftin, Jack Pleoplis. --sharley Wilson, Orville J. Dromgooie. "Died from wounds received in action: Sergt William F. Gormley, John F. Kelly. "Wounded: Martin G. Lyons, lung, wounded in back, serious; Robert b. Hampton, lung, skull, serious; Jack M. Russell, thigh, serious; Henry Stierle, cheek, serious; Eugene Dewitt. wounded in thigh, serious; Frank McAndrew. hack, head, slight; musician Charles W. Buck.wound(Ai in shoulder. slight. (Signed) "Chaffee." ON BOARD THE IMACDONOUGH. Russian Naval Officers Visit Fore River Works and Take a Trip on the Tor. pedo Boat Destroyer. QUINCY. Oct 19:Baron Ferson. the Russian naval attache at Washington. Mr Dobson. secretary to E. S. Cramp. Capt Fdoward Stchenovitch and a number of lieutenants of the Russian battleship Reivizan. visited the yards of tne Fore River ship and engine building company this atternoon. The torpedo boat destroyer Macdonough was the boat selected to carry the visitors back to their ship. She shot along at a :24-knot gaii, and the visitors were surprised that the machinery worked with so little vibration. A run was made to Boston light in a rough sea, but the Macdonough proved to be a good sea boat. although she had been tried out only four times before. 501111111111111101111111111EIMIL THE BERKELEY HOTEL, European and American Plana. A CONVENIENT LUNCHING PLACE FQR LADIES. Restaurant a la Carte. Dining Room Table d'Hote Cafe and Billiard Room for Gentlemen. Berkeley and Boylston Sts. JOHN A. SHERLOCK. BOSTON, SUNDAY DAMAGE BY I. THE STORM. Fifteen Vessels Adrift From Chatham Fleet of 85 There at Anchor. Many Schooners in Sore Distress. Some Driven to Sea, Others Ashore. Heavy Loss to Shipping tang Nevi England Coast, Yacht Alpha's Close Call Near Scituate. Damp Extolisivo ofid lath Loss -of Lilo Also hard CHATHAM. Oct 19 A most violent southwest gale has prevailed along the Coast of cape Cod today, increasing in force during the afternoon till the Wind reached a velocity of GO miles an hour. A fleet of 85 schooners bound south, comprising all sizes from a 75-ton "down-ea ter" to a 2500-ton five-masted monster, sought shelter under Chatham beach with both anchors down. Even in that sheltered locality. where the water was comparatively smooth. they tugged so hard at their anchors that during .the afternoon no 1essthe:v.15. parted their chains and went adrift. In order to avoid being blown out to sea they all got under close-reefed foresails and forestaysalls and for a time laid along under the beach, heading back and forth trying to hold a position. Finally, seeing no signs of the gale abating, they all kept on to the northward past the Cape. with the evident intention of making harbors on the North shore. The deep-loaded schooners anchored northwest of Handkerc.hief lightship are riding heavily with terrific seas s.,..veeptrig all over them as they come rushing from Vineyard sound. The Monomoy life-saving crew fear these vessels may part their chains and be driven ashore If the gale holds on ail night. The anchor draggers will reap a rich harvest offshore here after this storm. The Boston tug Wrestler, towing two barges bound south, was obliged to anchor her tow and at dark was holding on all right close up under the beach. It is feared other vessels will lose their anchors tonight and that some old sails will be blown from the bolt ropes and the vessels be driven out to sea. YACHT ALPHA'S CLOSE CALL --- -- Nearly Swamp3d Near ScituateLawson's Dutch Windmill a Mark for the Gale. SCITUATE, Oct 19 Yacht Alpha, bound from Boston to Wareham, had a most exciting experience in the bay on Saturday. When the little craft poked her nose out beybnd Boston light she encountered a fearful sou'wester, blowing directly, and a nigt sea with nothing but whitecaps in sight. Off Nlinots light she parted her top-lift and was having a pretty rough time. shipping tons of water. The two occupants of the boat, Messrs Moore and Horton, longed for the quiet of some land-locked harbor. The Boston tug James Woolley was outside, cruising for the six-masted schooner which had been repbrted as Continued on the Sixth Page. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Oet19--Forecast for Sunday and Monday: For New England and eastern New York. fair Sunday and probably Monday, cooler Sunday: fresh north to northwest winds. brisk on the coast. Local forecast For Boston and vicinity, fair, somewhat cooler Sunday:westeriy winds. becoming variable; Monday fair with slowly rising ternperature:winds generally westerly. The temperature yesterday, as indicated by the thermometer at Thompson's spa: 3 a m 42, Lam 44.9am52, 12m65. 3 p1fl66,6pm 9 p m 53. 12 mid 49; average temperature yesterday 55 10-21. The temperature as registered in the following elites at 8 last evening: Wash.. Ington 70, New York 62, New Orleans Jacksonville 66. Chicago BO, St Louis 72. Omaha 60, St Paul 54...Denver 64. Globe ForecastMonday fair. slightly warmer, variable winds. Tuesday fair. partly cloudy to cloudy weather, continued moderate temperature, southwest to west winds. 'Remember If vo. a have a cough or cold Lung Kura Is the beat remedy to take. rA E . FA I R woo' - IS 11 rig ik MORNING. OCTOBER .20. 1901 - FIFTY CONTENTS OF TODAY'S CUBE Pawe 1. Harvard defeats West Point to O. Kernan making touchdown on GO-yard run. Chaffee sends list of the soldiers of the' 9th rest recently killed at Candara river. Sydney. C B. nearly destroyed by CM 10E !I about half a, million. Frederick H. Benedict iiilled at Fall Hill by his automobile falling on him: Grenville Kane and the chauffeur escaped. Heavy damage from yesterday's gale along the New England coast. Santos-Dumont wins the airship prize at Paris. but is refused possession on a technicality. Russian naval officers visit Pore River works and take a trip on the torpedo boat destroyer Macdonough. Page 2. Dartmouth wins football game from Williams by score of 6 to 2. Charles F. McDevitt of Roxbury al-bees that he was the victim of an unwarranted police assault last night. Travis wins the finals at the Westbrook club; other golfing events yesterday. Page 3. Massachusetts schoolmasters club meets; Pres Pritchett of M. I. T. emphasizes the need of fellowship between east and west. Page 4. Bulgaria and. Turkey may claim, say diplomats, that the recall of troops at the request of the United States from pursuit of Miss Stones captors, relieves them from further responsibility. Some novel racing at Combination park. Close of the race meeting at Lexington. Page 43. Freshmen win the Tech annual fall handicap meet. Fishing sloop Winona reported sunk In the lower harbor as the result of a collision and one man said to have been drowned. List of Yale honorary may not be as large as expected; 'reported that Ambassador Choate will be honored. Two thieves pounced upon Mrs Mary Russell and secured $18; one man arrested and confesses. Page T. - Roundabout rumor from Durban. Natal, that DeWet, as a result of badly eared for wound, is dead. Morrison block and Block building in Worcester damaged to the extent of $30,000 by fire. Freeborn F. Raymond of Lexington Celebrates Ills 89th birthday. Banquet to J. O. Hayden of Somerville. Massachusetts Sons of the American Revolation celebrate the anniversary of the surrender of Cornwallis. Rumors that the Lowell bank fugitives have departed for Buenos Ayres; investigation ordered by controller of the currency. Page 9. Democratic campaign awakes the republicans from their lethargy. ISoerp causing ireh uneasiness in England: cable news from abroad. Falitical calendar of the week. Page 10. roal estate news. Page 15. Important auction sales of horses and carriages. Page 16. Reunion-of the 3Sth Mars regt with notable guests. Enormous new chimney in Cambridge. Harbor front items. Page 18. Music and musklians. Page 23. Yale's preparations for its celebration. Capt Joseph G. Eaton, USN. promoted. Fall River manufacturers refuse to grant a raise. Page 24. Democratic leaders meet and confer in Springfield. Republicans of Boston wondering how far the Swallow boom will go. Roosevelt untroubled by southern criticism. Voters to use rubber stamps. Admiral Dunce dead. Page 25. Mr Dooley on some political developments. Page 26. Housekeepers' department. Page 2S. Uncle Dudley on the latest race question. "What did Jesus mean when he said. 'What, therefore. God bath joined together let not man put asunder'?' an, swered by Rev John J. McNulty, Rev Frank S. C. Wickes, Rev W. R. Libby, Rev A. C. Dixon and Rev Albert B. Shields.. Howard's letter; family relation is the bedeock of morality. Making jewels to order. Page 29. Plays and players. Page 30. The mystic orders. - Handel and Haydn society to give two extra concerts. Page 31. Boston streets named for saints. Pretty things for women and girls to wear. Page 32. Yachts and yachtsmen. Roxbury cat that affords much delight to its owners. - News for wheelmen. Page 3. Boston business league will tell L road people how to beautify their property. Page 31. The stock market. Page 30. The commercial markets. Reports of the speeches of Messrs Quincy and Hamlin at Springfield last night. Page 37- Military and naval news. Among the firemen. Page r.S. Table gossip; social note and comment. Page 39. Society's eating fad, described by Marie Jonreau. Art and artists. ' Page 40. Harvard far behind Yale in football preparedness. Bad weather hurt hunting in Maine. Page 41. Worlds biggest tea plantation, described by Frank 4. Carpenter. Fac similes of two notable editions of the Globe. Boston women who dress Well only in New York. A truthful man's fish story. Page 42. Poems you ought to know; "Marco Bozzaris.' Opening chapters of "The 'Wonder-gat. " a story of underground Africa. Page 43. "Ways to Catch a Man." words and music. Everybody's column. Page 41. Booker T. Washirgton's daughter at Wellesley. Townsend's letter; trip through Maryland hills. Modern fables. by George Ade. Drawbacks of married life. Pages 45 to 52. Pages 45 to am, Fun In eolors and black and stbIte; complete stories and special features tor young and old. , ... BENEDICT MET DEATH. Ovarturnei Au!amobil Him. Him. Ho Speeded Down a Slippery HU Dead When Vehicle Was Lilted. Grenville Kane Hurt, Chauffeur Escaped. Body of Banker's Soo Laid Lana on Fall Hill Road, Others of Party Ahead Were Unaware. LEM Droaffill News at the Wat Po lat Football Gme. NEW YORK. Oct 19Freder1ck H. Benedict. on of E. C. Benedict, the banker, friend of Grover Cleveland. and husband of Virginie Coudert. daughter of Frederic It. Coudert, the famous lawyer, was instantly killed today in an accident which wrecked the racing automobile in which he, in company with Grenville Kane. was Journeying fe,-An Tuxedo park to West Point. The accident occurred at the foot of a steep hill known as "Fan hill" about three miles from Central Valley. 'Btn-edict was driving the-machine at the time.' The 'chauffeur was in the rear 'beat. There had been some delay at Central valley because the gasoline supply had run out, and Mr Benedict was running at a tremendous rate to make up for lost time. He was anxious to break a record to West Po;nt, where his wife and father were awaiting him. "Fall Hill" is on what is known as the road to Stockbridge and is so narrow that it is difficult for two wagons to pass abreast. For M rods the hill has a sheer slope, but nothing daunted. Mr Benedict sent the automobile swinging down the incline. Near the bottom of the hill he lost control of the machine which ran at top speed into the bank. overturned completely, and fell on Mr Benedict. He got the full weight of the vehicle and was instantly killed. Mr Kane was also hurled out. but away from the mass of iron and steel, and so escaped with painful bruises. The chauffeur, whose name is unknown, saw that a crash was imminent and jumped from the rear seat in time. He was uninjured. Folk living nearby hurried to the scene and rendered assistance. The heavy automobile svas dragged from Mr Benedict's body, but life was extinct. Mr Kane and the chauffeur were taken back to Central Valley, where a telephone message was sent to West Point to the members of Benedict's family. Word was also sent to the coroner, but 1 up to 6 o'clock tonight Mr Benediet's body remained in the road. ( Frederick H. Benedict was the only son of E. C. Benedict, who made a fortune in Wall at and gained no little notoriety when Cleveland was President because of the numerous trips the !atter.took on Benedict's yacht. the Oneida. Young Benedict was as enthusiastic over yachting as his father. and was having built a steam yacht at the yards of Marvel & Co at Newburg. Mr Benedict was also his father's business partner. - Grenville Kane is a well-known New York clubman. His wife is a sister of the late Christopher Wolfe, who inherited vast estates from his father, John Wolfe. A heavy storm, which broke over the mourtains just as the automobile party were approaching the summit of Bull hill. was the direct cause of the accident. For a few moments a heavy rain fell. accompanied by vivid flashes of lightning. The roadway became extremely slippery and the wind increased lo a gale. Two hours ahead of the party was a tally-ho bearing .Mrs Benedict and a party of friends. They proceeded to West Point, where they viewed the football game, unaware of the catastrophe which had befallen the balance of the party. CARRIED OFF JEWELRY. Thieves Entered Apartments at 120 and 140 Huntington Av. Division IS police reported to headquarters last night that the apartments of Jessie Walker, suite 2. 120 Huntington ay. had been entered by forcing the busement door. and that one lady's gold hunter case watch. one gold chain bracelet. with a gold locket marked ".1'." cnd one gold ring set with two diamends and a blue stone bad been stolen. They also reported that some time within the past two weeks the apartments of Mrs Flora A. Goodwin, 140 Huntington av . had been entered and a solitaire diamond ring. with a heavy setting; one plain gold band ring and one gold oblong onyx rings with small peari$ on each end, had been abstracted. BODY OP CABLES BIGLEY. It Was Pound in the River at CharlesgleeLived in Brighton. The body of the man found' floating In the water yesterday noon at the Chariesgste. Beacon rt. was IdentMed at the mortuary of the City hospital as that of Charles Bigtey. zi yeari of age 01 1111 Beacon et. Brighton. o I - TWO PAGES. TUE KEEINAN'S SEINES West Polo? 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Daly Plays His Usual Brilliant Game at Quarterback, but Misses Tackle That Would Have Stopped Kernan Yale's Offence Given Shakeup by Pennsylvania StateU. of P. Has Close Call With Bucknell. COLLEGE AND SCHOCL RESULTS. Harvard 6. West Point O. Yale 22. 1'eIMA71111111.11 state college 0. U. of 1. 6. Bi knell O. Print( ton 35. Brown O. Dartmouth 6. A ilnotoo Amherst 0. Trinity O. Holy Cross 12. Tufts 5. Cornell IT. Carlisle O. 24. Chicago O. Columbia 12, Hamilton O. Michigan 29, Northwestern O. Harvard 2(1 b. Exeter O. - Swarthmore 27, Rutgers O. Colby 34. Sew Hampshire O. Virginia P. 1. 32. Georgetown S. Lairer 16, Annapolis 6. C. of Maine 17. Bates O. 1:. of Vermont 16, St Laarenee 5. Amherst A..--s.ziest 16 Worcester PrI 12. Salem high 11. Brookline high O. Boston E. U. S. 6. Woroester high 0. Cambridge manual 5. Concord high 0. Worcester academy 11. Groton 6. St Marks 12, picked team O. Portland high 6. Minicar bigh 2. - Ilebros 21. Bridgton O. Quincy high 5. Bridgewater high O. Newbutyport A. C. 32. Milton A. A. O. Jordan high 6. Cony ib O. Fast Roc-Lester 11. Hover 2. Oak Grove seminary 11. Bath Ugh 5. New Mammon L. I. 16. treirster F. A. 5. Maplewood A. C. 21. Salmon Falls 0. Leominster high 5. Fitchburg high O. Cagily, normal 39. 1toc kited high O. 3Ielrose Styli 12. Wake& Id O. Needham 31. Fort Banks O. Kimball union 52. Concord (N M high O. Ilyde tEk high 0. Brockton high O. bean seademy 12. Attleboro high O. Haverhill high 11. Peabody high 0. Cusbing academy 12. Vermont aeldemy O. Newburvoort high 11. Phillips Exeter 03 5. Quitiohla 11. Concord A. A.0. La Salle 6. B. C. "Vet). O. Niorristown school 30. Leal school O. Graduates 11. Adams academy 6. Iligi.land academy 16. Clinton tliA 12. sic.cnester high U. Saugus high O. SAVED BY HEENAN. Harvard Played to Standstill by Cadets at West PointWWST ROINT. Oct 19Eleven on of Uncle Sim. whipped into shape by the practice of only two afternoons a week. played Harvard to a standstill this afternoon. During the first half the crimson did pot even threaten the army' goal. and not until tbe second was almost at an end did Harvard score its only touchlown. The game was Won. 6 to O. but all thaOtraved a tie was a brilliant run around West Point's left end by Kernan. Outplayed and outgeneraled. repulsed time and again by a hoe lighter, but full of tett and determination, our. i , n 4 Lig ., 4.1.4itit; NLA biAll'Ilt CO. RU HE 110 I classed In point of team play by the eleven men who have not had the opportunity to develop offence. Harvard practically Is a defeated team tonight. Defeated because West Point succeeded In doing all she boped to doget the Jump on Harvard's rush line and force liamard to kick. This accomplished. Daly could boot the ball far out of danger. And ills Is just what happened this afternoon. West Point had no offence. but successfully resisted liarvards attacks. The crimsons charges were met and held by West Point's line from making gains. Her ends got down on Daly's punts and nailed them, meanwhile Daly himself handling Kernan's kicks made splendid gains poz.vible either by his own brit...int running or his interference. Kernan's run was the one bright spot in tiarvard's game. It was the one play that stood out in a game that allowed beyond all doubt Harvard's great weakness witbin live weeks of her game with Yale. For more than 23 minute. the team bad struggled up and down the gridiron Continued on Ise Second Paste.- .,.. Sound, White Teeth are the result of faithful use of a pure, wholesome tooth powder. There are few tooth powders fit for constant use. Be sure to ask for Calder's Saponaeous Dentine Made for SO yews Buy it anywhere. Tbs material used Is Cs ldefs bruins Is made espectally toe You CANNOT AFFORD To be trithoot the roper ppitabees tf Yoh mould rate. aueeve.folly. Ws Make aperialty of the rzaht kind cf food to make !held' by tbe breve...Ty preparation to Seep ILem the wryer ;..ettlera to Moore that they shati le comfortable and free from tier,. anti ail other vorlItartes !seeded to mate hens kat, and comfortathp. litEtkli. No.11 Nvorilli Market II.. Sow. nug A ,, , , , r 1 n M ICI V' avir, lit, u 1 Na ka u - Reading the Advertisements it In Teday's Globe. i S PRICE FIVE CENTS. 0.. TOWN SWEPT BY FLAMES. Sidney, C B,Vsitedbja Codgralions Wind Was Blowing 43 Miles an Hour. Water Supply Soon. - Gave Out. More Than 60 Builet ings Were Destroyed. Egead of the Fire Stopped by a Heavy Rainsterma Loss May Reach Half. Million Dollars. Dymite Used vith Little Effect ja Remove Slim tins. ITAIMPAX. N S. Oct ISTh prose ous and thriving town of Sydney. C J. was almost swept Out of existence today by a conflagration which started about 2 o'clock. The flames. which wets fanntd by a Ci-mile gale. swept through the iirincipal bubiness portions of the town leaving ruin and devastation In their track Four blocks of the net businest buildings are In ashes. and the town presents a sorry plight tonight. The only thing that saved the Iron city from total destruction was a heavy rain storm, which set In after dark and. as the wind decreased in fury, the firemen and hundreds of miners succeeded In getting the fire under control. - Over 60 buildings are In ashes and many more are badly scorched. The buildings were nearly all large wooden structures and they burned so fiercely that It was impossitie to Save any of their contents. The firemen were 'meetly handicapped at.the outset by the poor supply of water and the fire soon got beyond their control. Tho blase started In a three-story frame building on Charlotte at, occupied by A. D. Gillis. baker. and Gordon & Keith. When the firemen arrived on the scene the wind was blowing the flames over the tops of adjoining builds 1 logs. In a Very short the the names spread to the buildings ocupid by Carr. Jeweler; Itlanchard. ilentley & Co and the Maritime prtmium eomptiny. Thence the fire communicated with roma small buildings on the opposite side of the str:et, The flames bad spread to the larae departmext store of Prowee Bros Continued on the Seventh Pane., 1. Everything in Furs We invite inspedion of a Specially beautiful 1;ne of 1 Gentlemen's Fur-Lined Ladles Ladles' . Fur Scarfs, Roas. Muffs, tie. The latest patterns, the finest furs, the best work, the most fashionable garments !that can be poduced. Lamson & Irubbard I 90 and 92 Bedford St., Leading Furriers. Send for New Catalogue. Llzht Wellht Hammerless Doable Guns at Low t'rIces. Cosier Cat of Fachory Owlet 011 Dalb ei Pto 'rector. ZO diktoertnaa Ann Co.'" of anemia ii Imo Ne Guam, t," Wet ort tuta. pi slot gilt.. toe twist bor rylk 12 bores. Z15. V. and 22-10elt. V. km a La to sold at 1 0 50 ea 'I SO ditto to Darrooeto ter- es r "0 telo. la be outa et. set afi.o3etiot Tbe &meth-10 Aro Co. bove toe to the post the ortaimrs ot the Without nolo merit-Ito teeibto (loos. also tbo looted Potent" tattooer Gutt, oleo the Oro& I 11 tigi ktertet. ot Wit bevy bad a btsit tepotottook tot Sloe Shoot, te,tters. Ilse ahoy Tot are Mir-wed to be beeeaos tor the pilot asked. WILLI NM READ it SONS, tt sekatteho bt. bastes. ' allibt Weliht tt m less 11 Aft I I - - S. - - - - . . - - , - - -

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