SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Union Savings Bank
The Men who
Direg 1 This Bank
A. S. MORRIS,
C. H. COHEN,
E. J. DORIS,
J P. MULHERIN,,
F. X. DORR,
THOMAS S. GRAY,
T. 6, RAWORTH,
CHICAGO.—Dr. J. H. Carpenter,
tioted X-ray scientist and member of
the Francis Willard hospital staff, to
day filed suit in the superior court
against his wife, Mary Carpenter,
charging her with attempted mur
dcr by arsenical poisoning, and in
fatuation for another man.
In the bill for divorce Dr. Carpen
ter charges his wife with numerous
indiscretions, prominent among which
are tete-a-tetes with the man, drunk
enness, abusive language, threats
against his life, and finally an at
tempt to murder him by putting arse
nic in his food. Dr. Carpenter de
clares that his wife also deserted
him several days ago and he does
not knew her present whereabouts.
The Carpenters were married at
Wheaton, September 1, 1893, and have
been living in Chicago since. They
have one child whose custody is re
quested by Dr. Carpenter. Mrs. Car
penter, it is said, was formerly mar
ried and divorced.
TAKE Hffl CASE
3 DIFFERENT COMPANIES
FILED PETITION IN THE
Policies Not Good if Rus
kin Was Under the In
fluence oi Intoxicants.
OMAHA, Neb—The insurance com
panies have taken a hand in the Dr.
Frederick Itustin nA.rder mystery and
today three different companies filed
petitions in the district course ask
ing that the testimony ot both Mr.
Dntis and Mrs. Rice be perpetuated.
A list of question which was aT-ached
to the petition is proposed to Davis
and .Mrs, Rice, the questions covering
practically the same ground as that
covered at the inquest. The purpose
is to have the testimony of these two
witnesses in proper legal form to
present as evidence In case either
should leave he jurisdiction of the
The insurance companies signing
the petition are the Aetna Life of
Hartford, Conn., which had a slo,mm
policy on Kurstin's life, and the Travel
ers Insurance company of Hartford
and Employers Liability of London
Kaoh of the latter companies have
$5,000 on Rustin g life.
In each policy is a clause declaring
▼old the insurance In case the in
sured died of intoxicants or while un
der the influenre of intoxicants. Coun
ty Attorney English today made an
Investigation ol reports from tl •
home of J. A. Becker, living at
Forty First street and Dodge street,
just one block in the rear of the Ru:,
tin home. Members of the family told
English thst they heard noises hack
of their house on the morning of the
Rustln tragedy and the young daugh
ter of Mr. Becker, Florence, 16 years
old. says sh saw three men come out
of the woods back of their home arid
<go north on 41st street about 3 o'clock
In 'he morning Mr and Mrs. Bhcker
and their daughter all heard the noise
and got up and looked out, hut could
diitlngulsli nothing, although .Mrs,
Becker sat by the rear window for
twenty minutes she says. Tnls was
at 1:65 In the morning. The noise
continued, but as there seemed to he
no troubl* Mrs. Becker as well as her
husband and daughter retired
An hcJ later, or 3 o'clock the
rtaughteip lorence, got up again to
get a drink, ahe says, and going Into
the bathroom which faces West 11s'
street, saw three men come out of the
shadow of the trees back of the house,
south and go past the house, in a
"There Is a gas lamp on the cor
ner and 1 could see the men ylanly.
said Florence Becker. They ail had
ifcair coat* off, but aa they went past
A Bank Account Means More
THAN SIMPLY A RESERVE IN CASH. IT MEANS A MENTAL RE
SERVE AS WELL, FOR THE MAN WITH MONEY AHEAD IS FREE
FROM THOSE PETTY WORRIES AND ANNOYANCES THAT DISTRACT
THE ONES WHO LIVE FROM HAND TO MOUTH.
THE MAN WHO HAS AN ACCOUNT HERE WITH A FAIR-SIZED
WORKING BALANCE, CAN DEVOTE HIS MENTAL ENERGIES TO
THE LARGER PHASES OF HIS FINANCES WITH CORRESPONDING
BENEFIT TO HIMSELF.
HAVE YOU AN ACCOUNT HERE, EITHER CHECKING OR SAV
CHICAGO. Criminal prosecution as
the result of the failure of the Fish same
and sea food corporation of A. Booth
Co., is expected to follow the report of
an auditing concern now engaged in
overhauling the much tangled books of
This was the announcement made to
dny by several officials who refused tin*
use of their names but who were in po
sition to know.
"We do not know just where we stand
at the present time and will have to
await the report of the men auditing the
books," said one official. "It is probable
that this report will show who are the
persons responsible for the Juggling of
tne books of the concern."
Reorganization of the fish concern was
planned at a conference held in the of
fice of Attorney J. J. Herrick, represent
ing Receiver W. J. Chalmers. How the
management of the concern is to be con
ducted during the receivership of Mr.
Chalmers was discussed.
It was given out later that all of the
stockholders of the company would re
ceive their full 100 per cent, provided
they wore patient.
DR. MARY CRAWFORD
sill j —^~i
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Dr. Mary Crawford, the woman Ambulance mir
geon of New York, who t wicc felled a maniac who
Ihp house they put th"m on Two]
of the men «•« r*- in the shadow cast!
by the third and i could not sec them
very well. I thought at the time tha' I
the thick set man I saw was the :,am ■
man 1 saw about noon the day be
This man, she, tald. .laid oown ,o>i |
the grass In the rear of the two
houses fronting on Hat street, next
to Farnam street.
"I was uncommonly Interested In
the noise that early In the morning'!
she continued, "because we had rea
son to believe that some one was
trying to steal onr chickens. For
that reason I listened for a lows time,;
hut decided that the noise were made
by a couple ot men who were druhk.j
"However, when we pot our eve
nine paper on the day Dr. Hustln was
killed, I said to myself, ‘those noises
last night had someth Inis to do with
It' and notified the police about five
o'clock in the afternoon. Detective |
Mitchell was sent ou- and he talked
with my father and myself and took
down everythin* we said.'
A representative of the Aetna in^
CHICAGO- lOlevon persons were in
jured. several fatally, and more than lf>o
employes were thrown into a panic to
day by an eplosion of illuminating gas
in a vault in the plant of the Wahl Ad
ding Machine company. -105 Ohio street.
The explosion wrecked part of the fourth
floor of the building and hurled fifteen
men and women across the room.
The employes who wore injured were
working in a large wire cage, according
to /Assistant Fire Marshal fteyferlieh and
could hot escape when tho explosion oc
curred. The fire chief said he would in
stitute efforts to have such cages pro
hi vod in factories.
While the deafening roar was being
heard for blocks and many buildings in
the immediate neighborhood were rock
ing. those working in the damaged struc
ture made a rush for safety. Many were
stunned by the explosion.
The exxplosion is bolived to have been
caused by gas escaping from a defective
jot. it is believed some one entered tie
vault and struck a match. The door of
the vault was blown off and hurled way
across the room.
| surance company declined to say
i whether the policy of f 10,00 b In his
company on Up dead man's life would
'be contested. All concerns carryli.g
i Insurance on Ruatfn's life are work
i in* to'ttber.
It was stated today that Charles
K. Davis, chanted with • ihe Kustin
j murder, has a fortune of * his own
i amounting to about 17...000, most of
i which came to him when lit* father
died and the estate was divided. This
money Is Invested In stock or the
Davis Heal Kstate company at>d the
Frst National bank.
Mr Davis' wife is coming to On
aba from California. Members of
the Davis family decline to divulge
Mrs Davis' California address, but
say she has been fully Informed of
what has transpired. Mr. and Mrs.
Davis have been separated for about
i seven years, but he ha t made regular
I remittances for the support ot his
wife ar.d daughter, who have lived in
j several places since the separation
| Including two years in Park, where
fhe daughter studied tnusiu.
THE AUGUSTA HERALD
WASHINGTON, D. C Sweeping west
ward toward the Florida Peninsula the
center of the West Italian hurricane,
which caused great damage at Turks Is
land, was reported by the weather bu
reau tonight to he apparently approach
ing the east coat of Southern Florida.
In anticipation of this movement, hur
ricane warning were ordered for the
Southern Florida coast Saturday.
Atlantic coast and gulf shipping were
advised Thursday and Friday and Sat
urday morning vessels in Florida waters
and the east gulf wore advised to seek
Storm warnings were ordered tonight
for the entire Florida peninsula.
The hunting season is at hand and
much interest is usually fell in sports i
just about this time of the year. The
dove season opened the first of Sep
tember this year and will remain open
j until the middle of next March. The
same is true of marsh hens and
After next, year dove hunters may
begin their depredations the middle
of July, or at latest first of August,
according to a measure passed by the
Georgia legislature the past summer.
A good deal of kicking is going on
about the law extending the time
back to the middle of July, and it
is understood that by some special
clause it can be acted upon again
jso as to go into effect the first of
| August. All sportsmen agree that
I this is late enough, while many con
j tend that the middle of July is too
The season for hunting turkeys,
.partridges, quail and pheasants will
open the first of November and con
tinue until the middle of March.
Woodcocks, summer or wood ducks
may be killed from Ihe first of Sep
tember to the first of February.
Deer can’lie kiiled only from Sop
j tember the first to the first of Janu
One of the man! notnbln recent con
tributions to th«- relief fund was received
yesterday by the Augusta Grocery com
pany from the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
company in which S2OO wax given. The
letter from the company follows:
Winston-Salem, N. G. Sept. 10, 1008.
AugUHta Grocery Go.,
We have Just received a letter from
our Mr. Bailey, who wan recently In
your city, advising uh of conditions ex
iting among the poor of your city an a
rcnult of the recent flood, and w«- desire
lo contribute to their relief.
We arc therefore handing you our check
for $200.00 herewith, an w»- do not know
the mime of ilm- chairman or committ•
in ehage of thin fund, and will appreciate
your turning our coiitriuution over to the
proper committee. t
Youth very truly,
It. J. Reynolds Tobacco Go.
Goo. W. Goan, Hec and Tren
m. Tilts tits
The many friend* of ('apt. Wrn. A.
Tanner regret lo learn that he In no
longer at th* Union Hint lon. Uapt. Tan
n< r In well known to every traveling
man who lijih vl*it«*r| AugUHta In the last
I'*>'•» yearn, he whm foreman of the tinner'* I
* gong for many year* and gave H up to
I accept the position of Mtallon rnanter. fly 1
j bln unfailing court**y nnd many little
•kind acm he htiM mule friend* by the
! hundred* and It I* with regret they |#>nrn
thit he ban left the employ of the Union
j Station <*o„ Mi M. IC. Ueary will mijc
'■eed Unpt. Tanner an Mtallon maMter.
The Central Trades Council! will
meet In regular session Monday night
at H o'clock A full attendance from*
■every affiliated union should be pres
<nt as matters of Interest will he
I discussed. All other organisations
not affiliating with tin- council are
cordially Invited to send representa
tives to the meeting, which will he
held In Printers' hall, Library build
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Other Prominent JP*
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LIST OT PROMINENT AMERICANS
Gen. W. H. Parsons, Confederate Army, ex-State Senator, Texas.
Col. Bailey, of Washington, D. C., Labor Organizations and U. V. L.
Col. Patten, of Washington, D C., Military and Masonic Orders.
Hon. R. S. Ryan, of Alaska, Ex-Member English House of Parliament
Congressman Calo, of Alaska, well known on Pacifio Slope.
Gen. W. H. Parsons.
Gon. W. H. Parsons in ex Htato Rena
tor anti ex*Sp©cial Judge of the (Supreme
Court of Texas, also Brigadier General
in Confederate Army. In a recent letter
from 9‘2T> II Hi., N. W., Washington, D.
C., tlilh prominent gentleman nays:
“Upon the recommendation of per
sonal frlendw nml many strong testi
monials un to the efficacy of Pernna in
the treatment of the numerous symp
toms of the la grippe with which T have
been aflflioted for four tnontha pant, 1
have been induced to undergo a treat
ment with thin Justly celebrated for
mula. 1 feel a decided change for the
better after using it only one week. It
Ih especially good In toning up Ihe stom
ach And has had a decided effect upon
my appetite. I therefore feel much en
couraged that I am on the road to com
“My numerous friend*in Texas, where
I have had Ihe honor to command a
brigade of her VoWian Cavalry in a four
C. T. MEETING
Ths riiglar incctitig of council 312 of
Mu* Hnitfil (’famroTfliil Triiwlii-H won
held Saturday iilklil tit tho G. G. T. hull.
Them woh a largo attendam'o and a
very nnthuslasUc meeting held. There
were aeveral communications before tho
meeting from other councils In Georgia
ami Florida offering help, If needed to
recover from the flood. Tin* councils
will be thanked for their sympathy and
off* rs of assistant s, hut it was not
l bought necessary to accept the aid of
After the usual routine business was
transuded, two new members were ad
milled to tiie council, they were Messrs.
Hugh S. Mullarky and Chester M. Good
year. A resolution of regret was passed
that Mr. A. K. Miller Is going to leave
the city In a few days and will make
ids home In Han I lingo. Gal. The beau
tiful ami tmjehlng song “God tic with
you till we meet again," was sung in
connection with tin* resolution.
It was decided that the If. C. T's. in
connection with the 'l*, p. A’s would
•■ria * a traveling men’s booth at tin
| Georgia-Carolina Fair this fall for the.
purpose of having a meeting plan for
Hu* different merchants and traveling
men who will he in tin* city, A com
Wi*tee was appointed to act with a corn
I mlttec from trie T p. A>. on the work
iof building and furnishing the booth
They are Mr. H. A. Irorr, ehairman;
Fred Gehrkeri and Mr John Keenan.
SERVICES AT Y. M. C. A.
Will be Conducted by Mr.
Walton of the St. John
Regular Sunday afternoon services
at the V. M, C. A., which have been
more or less Interfered with during
the strenuous times of ftp- past two
weeks, will he resumed tills after- I
noon and both the hoys' and men's I
meetings will be held as usual.
The paator In charge of St. John ;
church. Mr Fletcher Walton, will de ;
liver the address at the men’s meet., j
Ing and lip will no doubt prove up
to his uijr high standard In his ex i
i position ii- IllhP- and the subject
|ln hand y
A largely wd Is expected and Ihe i
|men giuer* y are Invited to attend
HAMMOND WON WALK.
LONDON The twenty-four hour
walk ip-lfl by the Middlesex iTTf-.-ig
club In the Olympic Stadium, was
von today oy T K Hammond. Thu
distance covered was Ml iiilles and
r.s2 yards, a world’s record tor the
liSjSr '“/ have such enntt-
J ffdcnce in prominent per- V| l
ftsonal friends who have used Yi
land endorsed Pe-ru-na that /I
ifccl justified in assuming thatl
Ijt is a valuable remedy for ca- 1
\tarrh and an excellent general I
John W. Hoyt. 19
' -w, Ex-Uovemor of Wyoming.
The Magnificent State Capitol Building of Wyoming.
years’ war, may accept, this voluntary
testimonial to the merits of Peruna a* a
Renee of obligation on my part for its
Col. Wm. Itiullcy.
William JUlley, MU Nt., N. K. t Wash
ington, l>. C., Taut Col. Enc. No. 69,
Union Veteran legion, and prominently
identified with many of the great labor
protective aHHociationH in Chicago and
New York, and Secretary of one of the
largest aHHociationa in the former city,
had for nearly thirty yearn hern afflicted
with Ktdney troubles.
Within a abort period he ban been per-
HQoded to try Peruna, and Ida preaenl
healthy condition Ih attributed to hiH
judicious use of that great, remedy-
WuHhington climate ia notoriously had
for kidney and liver troubles, yet by a
Judicious use of the remedy he ia now
quite cured and in excellent physical
This brief statement of fact*, without
exaggeration orhyperlnde, appears to telj
the whole alory, which the PurunaCoiu
WASHINGTON, I). C fit two
flights at Port My«r, thin afternoon.
Orville Wright, in the "Wright Flyer,"
broke Hire,, records. Staying up nine
minutes and six and one third seconds
In (In* first (light in which Major Geo.
O. Hqtllnr, acting chief signal officer,
accompanied him, Mr. Wright broke
fin- record for a two man flight which
he established on Tuesday. The first
flight was at 4:29 o’c.loek.
In the second flight, which started
at. 5:17. Mr. Wright broke Ills own
record for time and distance of a
heavier than air flying machine by
remaining In the air for one hour, 14
minutes and 24 seconds. In this flight
he also went higher than an aero
pianist has ever gone, ri dug to an al
titlldo of 250 feet,
Mr. Wright also maintained a higher
speed than in his other flights, travel
Ing around the drill grounds at Ita’
rate of 9X75 miles per hour on the
first flight, when Major Hquier ac
companied him. The dlstanc,. at tills
flight, was S.XX miles.
A crowd of live thousand persons
gathered to witness today’s flights.
POLICE BUSY WITH
MANY NEGRO OFFENDERS
HiiH" I'iitterMfl, colornl, whm itrreNled
Hsiitiiiflny night for trying to Utah Horace
Mobley. They quarreled In it (Ireck n*«
tuiirini mnl nhe cut two ganli* h in hit
J l**nry Blacknton whm arr<‘Mt#*fl for
nhoottng »'l n negro boy three tlm**M In
th*' "lorry." H<- claim* th* boy link'd
him to change a half -dollar ami whrn h *
handed him th* ‘harm* »•«• ran away
and thinking that ha would atop him !»*•
drrw hla platol and fired ttir«*«* time*.
'lll#* I toy hiiM not been captured.
KUsabeth Munaflidd waa am-nted for
Mt« allng. it ** * rn* that *he gtolo 1135
from a man'* pwlo-i and when he anked
her about It ala- ran away but ha had her
Funura l Notice.
HOUMKNHAUK KKLATIVICH A N *>
frlenda of Mlnm Fmllv lloleebark, and
Mr and Mra .f 11. Wllklna, are r*M
pei?tfully Invited to attend the funeral
of Mlmm Krnlly llolaenhiM k. from Anbury
Methodlat Uosiinli thla (HUMI)AY) af
ternoon at 3 00 o'clock.
Interment t'lty Otnetery.
The following gentlemen will act im
Il'all Wearer* Meaara. Ttiomaa Robert*
lieu*, (!, M llalrd. Ham Doolittl#*
1. K. Carter, John tf«*nn
pany 1m authorlZ'Ml to usn.tf It sochooses,
ti*'lt.*vtnu,aM I do, that by dnltiß It will
1.0 lor the gotioml unod,—sV itfi. ltalloy.
Col. C. L. Patten.
Col. O. 1,. Pillion, 600 T Ht., N. W.,
Wsshlngton, D. a Lioulomint In lh«
Ohl (iuftrd, an cxfluslvo
nomposed <>f soldlors of dlrtlnctlon who
fought In llio olvll wnr, and a Thirty*
Horotld dogreo Mssnn, wt'lti'M ss follows I
41 1 hftvn usd Pnruna, Mid d**idre to
rorommfnd your rsmedy »h nn Invlpor
lit I tut spring lonic; sluocti* of th« Iw-Mt
re mod Icm Unit I ever tried for conglm,
cold* and cstarrlml emnidnlnts,”
Hon. K. S. Ryan.
Ilon.H.R. By tin,now residing In Noma,
AI nit lift, w iim formerly u member of tho
English House of Parliament, and Kee
rotnry to Ihe Into li'i.di pnirlot, Charlee
Stew nr I- Purnell. II in Washington sd
drens In New Willard Hotel, Washing
ton, D. D. Ho writes: “1 Imvo lined Pc
ntiia and enu reeomiiieml your remedy
an a very elVeetive euro for cold* and
Hon. Tlioma# Cole.
lion. Thomas Pule .elected toCongroM
from Alaska, is well known on the P»-
eiflr slope, where he has resided. Ills
Washington address Is 13139th H 1.., N.
W., Washington, D. C. Ho writes: “I
can cheerfully rero’iiraend Peruna as a
very etih ieut remedy for sought end
THAW IS CHARGED
Failed t.o Appear at Hear
ing after being Summon
I'ITTSBURO, I’ii. Upon the appll
cation of W. Ci. Royd, a lawyer of
Poughkeepsie, N. V., referee In hank
ruptcy Win. It lllair today Issued a
certificate stating that. Marry K.
I Imw luiil failed In appear at the hear
ing of his creditors In Mils city Inst
Friday morning after Imvlng been
Hiininiiiis d to ilu so. Tor certificate
of Referee lllair, which practically
holds Tlmw to he In contempt of
th<- llnlti-d Htates court, waa only
granted after Attorney Royd had gone
through every legal formality request
i d by Up- n fcrci'. It la now believed
that Mr Royd will file the certificate
ill flic United States court and ask
for a rule to force Thaw to come to
I’lllHliiirg and show cause whv he
should not he punished for contempt.
This probably will h, done next wee?.
In presenting the petition for n car-
IlficHto Attorney Royd. who repre
sents a Poughkeepsie hotel keeper,
stated that Thaw's presence was de
sired for the purpose of examination
In reference to the Incom,, received
from his father's estate.
Roger O’Mara, trustee for Thaw, re
turned from Poughkeepsie today, lie
said Thaw was well, hut was not par
ticularly anxious lo come to Pitts
burg at this time unless Ills creditors
wanted him to.
Service* Will be Conduct
ed From Asbury Clmrob
by Rev. Bowden.
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The nu»ny friend* of mim Kmuy Mol
-o#ml>hck regret to .earn of her death
which occurred Hji fur »!#• y morning at
Ihc illy hoHpltiil Mlm llo|gcnlMM?k hit*
i » r»l.tilv»‘H hhl hiiM mud* l»*r home wlih
Mr J 11. Wllklrin, No. 1035 M«rbury Ht.
for Ih* punt ;;o yonra. Mlnn Hol*#>nb*ck
wnii 70 yt urn ol«l nnd th«» **t«#m
mno frlondghlp of nil who com* In con
»iu*f with h*«r during her long nnd u»«ful
Ilf*-. Hhe whm a true rhriMtl*n and >t
ronNl*(crit member of Anbury church.
Funeral McrvlceM will lie held th!* Hun**
diiy afternoon nt .1 o'clock from Anbury
church Hev. J M Bowden will officiate,
The billowing gentbunen are retinented
to »•«•! am pall bearer* Mennr*. Tom
Robert*, C!hnn. Baird. K. (!. l>u, Ham
Uuoiitilc, w, C. (Jarter .md (iu* uwwg
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