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era AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT.
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VOLUME 10-NUMBER 120
AKRON, OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING, BEPTEMBEB7, 1801.
PRICE ONE CENT.
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A White Handkerchief Was Wrapped
About the Revolver He Used
And Suspicions of the Secret
Service Officials Were Not
Arouse
The Wound In Presidents Breast
Is Most Painful The Terrible
said Pathetic Scene After the
Shooting.
Buffalo Sept. 6. (Spl.) After the President was shot he closed his lips nnd
his head fell back. It was necessary to support 1 t
It was one of the most pathetic scenes ever witnessed.
Thousands cried, women fainted and men took off their hats as the Presi
dent was borne to an ambulance and theuce to the hospital.
A strong guard Is about the hospital nnd the assassin Is still In a
secret room In the Temple of Music and will be some time before It Is safe
to remove him to the jail as 100,000 people are on the grounds In a great
ly excited condition.
Secretary Cortelyou asked the President If thewound was painful.
"This wound," raising his hand to the one In his chest hurts severely,"
answered the President.
The shooting occurred shortly after 4 o'clock, after a reception at the
temple of Music Hall had been In progress for about five minutes.
The President was surrouuded by the usual number of secretservlce
me n and detectives, none- of whom particularly noticed the young man who
fired the shots.
The only noticeable featuro about the young man's appearance was the
fact that his right hand had a white handkerchief wrapped about It
It developed later that tills handkerchief covered a revolver.
Buffalo. At 5:15 Mrs. McKinley had not yet been told of the shooting.
The President's assailant is a young man, about 23. Ho s fairly well
dressed. He says ho Is Frederick Nleman, of Detroit, Mich.
What Chief Noran Says.
.Washington. Assistant Chief Noran, of the Government Secret Ser
vice, said there was a sufficient guard about the President, but that thero
was no way of protecting him when he submitted to public handshaking
receptions.
JVlce President Roosevelt, when apprised of the shooting, at Burling
ton, tVt, turned palo and was overcome with emotion,
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Mrs. McKinley Not Notified.
Buffalo. Mrs. McKinley has not jet been told of the 'shooting of the
Frealdont As soon as the second bullet had been extracted, Dr. Rlxey
Jumped Into an automobile nnd started for Mrs. McKlnley's home, whcie
Mrs. McKinley Is stopping, to bieak the news of tho sad event to her.
Buffalo. 0 p.m. Tho Piesident Isconsclous and resting easily.
Buffalo Tho second bullet was ex tracted by Dr. Mathow D. Mann, as
slated by Dr. Rlxey and Dr. Paxmonter.
The first bullet fell from the wound In the breast bono as goon as Presl
dent McKinley was placed on tho operating table.
The President picked up the bullet and handed It to Dr. Rlxey who
stood by his side. Tho President took no anaesthetics whllo tho doctors
were probing for tho second bullet and immediately after It was taken
out tho President showed marked signs of Improvepjent,
He I at tho Emergency hospital, -v-,., mmtmm$tittHfUHm
VERY NICELY.
Kaiser Is Going to be Good to
Chun.
Berlin, Sept 0. (Spl.) The Kaiser
has Invited Prince Ohuu, the head of
the Chinese explratorymlssion to Ger
many to attend the naval manoeuvres
at Dantzlg.
The Weather
FAIR TONIGHT AND SATURDAY,
Buffalo. Sept. 6. (Spl.) 3:50 p. m. President' McKinley was shot twice
at the Pan-American grounds thln, afternoon by an Insane man. One bul
let took effect In the Bhoulder and the other In th c breast.
He has been removed to Service 'Building Hospital at the grounds.
Later It is now said that one bullet struck the president in the cheek
and the second shot In t he groin. Both wounds are serious.
HOW IT HAPPENED.
BUFFALO, 4:50 p. m.-Tbe ASSASSIN WENT UP AND SHOOK HANDS
WITH PRESIDENT McKINLET AND WITH THE OTHER HAND HE
SHOT HIM. THE CROWD CLOSED IN AND ONE ACCOUNT SAYS THE
CRANK WAS KILLED. ANOTHER SAYS HE ESCAPED WITH A
REVERE BEATING. THE PRESIDENT'S CONDITION IS SERIOUS,
BUT NOT NECESSARILY FATAL.
BUFFALO,-4:55 p. m.-PHYSIOIANS STATE THAT PRESIDENT'S
CONDITION IS SERIOUS. BUT NOT" NECESSARILY FATAL. THE
SHOOTING OCCURRED AT THE TEMPLE OF MUSIC ABOUT 4 O'
CLOCK, WHERE THE PRESIDENT WAS HOLDING A PUBLIC RECEPTION.
BUFFALO, 8 O'CLOCK-PHYSICIANS nAVE JUST REMOVED
ONE BULLET FROM THE PRESIDENT'S BODY. HE BEARS UP
WONDERFULLY WELL UNDER HIS TERRIBLE SUFFERING.
Admitted That He Kissed Her,
But Didn't Like to Hear It Said.
Portsmouth, O., Sept. G.-(Spl.) A
p
peculiar criminal libel enso was heard
In 'Squire Senrles' court at South
Webster, Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Sarah Wlukhouse told some of her
nelgbboro that she saw Garfield Colo
giove kiss Miss Adella Lair. Miss
Lair caused Jfs. Wlnkhouso to be
arretted. Colegiovo admitted to an
Inquisitive attorney that ho had kissed
MUs Lair mnuy tltnes, but swore that
ho had not done so at the time and
place mentioned. Accordingly Mrs.
Wlnkhouso v.as bound over to tho
grand Jury.
Takes Himself Out of Her Way
Husband Wants a Divorce.
Detroit Mich., Sept 0. (Spl.)
Stanlcy Johns, stage manager and
member of "The Gamekeeper" com
pany, now playing here, has filed, an
application for divorce from his wife,
whose stage name Is Marguerite Ne
ville. Johns says ho applies for the
divorce so he will not bo a bar to his
wife's piogress In her profession.
He ayers he loves her with all bis
heart and that her affection for him
has been turned by a woman well
wnown In vaudeville.
The Democrat Prints the News.
READY
For the Inquiry
Court.
TiT-
'Vsr
Nearly AH Preliminaries
Over.
Schley Will Challenge
Howison's, Kight.
Inquiry Will Cost Uncle
Nearly $100,000.
Sam
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PEESTDENT. JfEDTLEY.
Washington, Sept. C (Spl.) The
Navy-department has summoned the
witnesses desired by Admiral Schley
and counsel, and the latter will, with
in a few dajs have the deilred oppor
tunity of examining these in advance
of the sessions of tho coutt With the
exception of this preliminary examin
ation, Schley s counsel have practi
cally completed all the work which can
be done beforehand and today's con
ferenco will be practically tho last
before the 12th.
Delay is expected directly after the
flist meeting of the court because
it has now definitely been decided that
Schlev will challenge Real Admiral
Howlt-ou on the ground that the opln
Ions he lias expressed In the contro
versy dNqunlify him from sitting as
a judge In the case. The other two
membeis of the court will have to de
termine tills issue in advance of all
others.
One of the orders bearing upon the
ceiemonlal side of the proceeding was
Issued last night. It prescribes full
dress uniform for officers in attend
ance on the first day and service unl
foim thereafter.
It Is now estimated the cost of tho
Inquiry will be within the $100,000
mark.
BELGIANS
Agree to an American
Trust.
Their Glass Interests Will Give
Them Two Thirds.
London, Sept. 6.-(Spl.)-Tho Brus
sels correspondent of the Financial
News, cays that a majority of tho
Belgian gins works, have consented
the principle, to the formation of a
trust under American control, receiv
ing for their plants, one third cash
and two thlids in shares of the trust.
WU'S WORRY.
Company Coming and Money
Running lW.
Washington, Sepf. 0.-(SpJ.)-Minlfl-ter
Wu has Just received word that
Prince Chun who Is now in Berlin will
soon visit him. As the Prince has n
sulto of 57 aud Wu's snlnry checks
havo not been coming regularly, he
fears he rany have to, pawn some of als
best Chinese brlcabrac to extend tho
proper hospitality. .....m. i..m.
DR
UGGED.
arket Overflowed by
Supply of Peaches.
AH Are Grown In Ohio, and Prices
of Last Year Cut In Twoj
It has been conservatively estimated
that during the week ending Friday
evening, 8,000 bushels of peaches havo
been sold In Akron. Of course, this
means that the sales next week will
not be so large, as the harvest Is now
In Its fulness, and nearly every fam
ily has canned large quantities.
While It is thought the later varieties
will be better than the earlier ones,
It is safe to say the canning season
Is pretty well advanced. An aggre
gate of $000 bushels is anticipated
for next week. .
Nearly all the peaches sold here anj
grown In Ohio nany of them In Sum
mit county, x. crop on O. W. Hale'a
fruit farm, along Merriman st. is estl
mated at 1,600 bushels.
As a rule, the frlut is of good qual
ity, and prices are much cheaper than
during this time last year. Then the
best varieties sold at $2.25 a bushel;
now the best varieties are selling at
$1.30 per bushel, and the market is
overflowed by the supply.
It Is estimated that 1,500 bushels of
peaches wtl be sold in this city Saturday.
UGLY TEACHER WANTED
OTHERS ALL GOT MARRIED.
Frederlcktown, O., Sept C (Spl.)
The school board of Butler has offer
ed a bonus for the homeliest teacher
In Ohio to take charge of the primary
department there for one year. Ugli
ness of person must be the successful
applicant's first qualification. Ability
as a teacher enters into the matter
later if at all. The 'ady to whom tho po.
sltlon Is tendered :".'.st, sign a contract
not to get married nutll the end of the
school term. Recently the board en
gaged Miss A " nng to teach the prl.
mary room, b jrtly after her elec
tion as teacher, .-.lie was married and
offered her resignation. Then another
beautiful young lady, Miss Myrtle
Stewart, received the favorable con
sideration of the board. Her marrfaga
closed a little romance a week later.
Next Jennie Hall got tho job and a
husband at the end of the week.
Fond of the Excitement
Incendiary Fireman Caught.
New Philadelphia, O., Sept 6. (Spl.)
Robert W. Ditto, a former momber
of the New Philadelphia I'lio depart
ment, was arrested here and confessed
to having been the perpetrator of a
large number of ineeudiary fires that
havo occurred here during the last
six months.
He gave no reason for his incendiary
work except that be liked to see tan
people get excited and run to the flees.
Ditto was held under ?10,00p bond.
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