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12 pages AKRON DAILY
VOLUME lO-NUMBER 102
AKRON, OHIO, SATURDAY 0 VISNING, OCTOBEB 20, 1001.
PIHOE ONE CENT.
Forakcr For Next
Senator Mason Made
Indorsed Roosevelt's Action In
Warren, O., Oct 2G.-(Spl.)-Tho an
nual banquet of the GIddlngs Repub
lican club was held at the Park hotel
last night "The speakers were U. S.
Senators Wm. E. Mason of Illinois and
others. Senator Mason discussed na
tional Issues briefly.
He Indorsed President Roosevelt's
action In dining Booker T. Washing
ton. He declared Senator J. B. Fora
ker tho logical candidate for tho Re
publican nomination for President in
Soldier Will be Reward
ed by Congress.
Noted Filipino Fighter to Receive
Medal of Honor.
Washington, Oct 26. (Spl.) Lieut
B. T. Hazzard, who helped Funston
capture Agulnaldo, Is to bo recom
mended for a Congressional medal or
honor. He recently burglarized an In
turgent camp in tho Philippines and
Btolo therefrom on American deserter
whom he brought back to the Ameri
can army. As a reward for this Gen.
Ohaffee.recommended a medal of hon
or, and 'increased prty for' tho six
scouts who helped Hazzaid make tho
Destroyed Belgian Factory With
a Dynamite Bomb.
Brussels, Oct 20. (Spl.) A factory
at Renaix, Belgium, was destroyed tot
day by a dynamite bomb which was
exploded by anarchist workmen. The
Wasps Broke Up the Revival -
Trouble In Virginia Church.
Richmond, Va., Oct 26. (Spl.)-The
tailing of a wasp nest In tho Meffi
edist church at Ramsenes, near Green
backvlllc, Acom&c county, last night
caused a panic and broko up a revival.
The nest fell from the ceiling into the
center of the congregation from which
LORD CURZON IS IN
A POSITION OF
Lord Cureon, Viceroy of India, whoso portrait Is given herewith has
rreat responsibility upon his shoulders. The death of tho pro-English
Ameer necessitates n dellcato handlln g of tho Afghans by tlie British. A
falsa step might mean a second Indl an mutiny, though tho new Ameer
Is disposed to be friendly. .
Performed a Daring Peat In
Chicago, Oct 20. (Spl.) Creeping
along a stono ledge, sixty feet abovo
the ground and whipped by a stiff
wind from the lnkc. Freshmen co-eds
at Northwestern University yesterday
nailed their class colors to WMard
Within fifteen minutes a number of
sophomores duplicated the daring per-
foimancc of their younger sisters and
loft the pennant 'of their class flutter
ing from tho eaves of the of building.
Is Predicted For Candi
Strain of the Campaign Is Weak
Now York, Oct. 20. (Spl.) The oc
tlvo campaign of Edward M. Shepard
has proven to bo a great strain and
his friends believe that his health Is
fulling. Before speaking at a noon
meeting yesterday ho was compelled
to rest ten minutes to regain his
strength. His voice Is weak and his
auditors have difficulty In hearing
him. Mr. Shepard is light of stature
and looks physically as if ho would
hardly bo able to stand tho strain to
the end. , ,
Five Killed and Ten
The Accident Occurred Near
Wllkesbarre, Pa., Oct 20. (Spl.)
Flvo men were killed and ten Injured
in the explosion In the Buttonwood
mine late Friday afternoon. Tho last
body was taken out shortly after 8
o'clock In the evening.
The men who lost their lives were
all experienced . miners. . They had
gono to Investigate a small explosion,
when ono of their number exploded
another body of gas which had ac
cumulated from tho first explosion.
The men were hurled In all directions,
and when found tltelr bodies were bad
ly mangled and 'burned.
point hundreds of the wasp's swarmed
all over the church, stinging many per
sons. Rev. J. F. Anderson was forced
to vacato tho pulpit by way of a win
dow and the services wore abruptly
closed, the wasps being loft In posses
sion of tho church.
With His Santiago
He Will be Cross-Examined at
Washington, Oct 20. (Spl.) Admir
al Schley has completed his nariatlve
of the Santiago campaign, but it is
probable that he will spend another
day on tho stand. Attornoy Rayuer
has a great many questions to ask
him regarding points made by witness
es called by the judge advocate. When
Rayner has finished, there will bo a
long cross examination by Captain
Lemly and Mr. Hanna.
Schley's friends believe that It. has
been shown that he showed ability
In the handling of the flying squadron,
and that he was In command during
the battle of Santiago.
In the early part of his narrative
Schley lemarked that thoiough tests
made by tho North Atlantic squadron
had pioved that under the moat fa
vorable conditions signals could be
read In the day time not more than
4'i uillos. This was of Importance
when taken In connection with the
testimony of Navigator Nicholson, of
the Oregou, the only witness wljo had
fixed definitely the position of the
New York at the opening of the battle.
Admiral Schley sold in his testimony
yesterday that in tho lattor part of
May ho roceived from Sampson a tele
gram congratulating him upon the
manner In which ho had conducted the
With regard to the conduct of Samp
son, Admiral Schley has said that ho
wasn't given the code for communica
tion with the Cuban insurgents, al
though he asked whether there was
such a means of communication; that
Sampson didn't tell him that it would
be proper for American ships to bo
exposed to shore batteries in an effort
to destroy Spanish vessels of military
Importance and that a dispatch writ
ten by Sampson on May 27, stating
positively that Cerveia's fleet was In
Santiago wasn't delivered to Schley
until Juno 10.
Since he has been on the stand
the Admiral has contradicted to a
greater or less extent, tho testimony of
the following witnesses: Rear Ad
miral Taylor, Captain McCalia, Cap
tain Folger, Captain Slgsuce, Captain
Cotton, Lieutenant Commander Hodg
son, Lieutenants Potts, Hood unu
Wood, and Major Wood.
There was no session of the court
Admiral Schley will go on tho stana
again at 11 a. m. Monday.
Of Safe Blowers at
Got a Good Haul, Made Lots of
Noise, But No One Awoke.
Borca, O., Oct. 20. (Spl.)-Safe blow-
ers had a merry time hero last night
A gang first blow tho safe in Dan
ham's Foundry. Thoy got no money,
but stolo hammers, chisels, etc, and
thon went to Lawrence & Brlghtman's
Hardware store. They blow tho bate,
and got $100 In cash, silverware, cut
lery and other goods valued at $1,000.
No one was disturbed by the explos
ion. Theio Is no clue to their Identity.
To Collect It a Suit Has Bern
Tho Diamond Pottery & Clay Co., of
East Akron, on Saturday started suit
In Common Pleas court againsfc tho
Commercial Union Assurance Co., of
England, to collect $1,000 on a policy.
Tho pant of tho pottery company was
burned down, and the assurance com,
pany with which tho property was in
surcd has not paid the policy.
Will be Replaced by
Washington, Oct. 20. (Spl.)-Goncr-al
James F. Wade, commanding tho
department of Southern Luzon, has is
sued the following order: "The uso
of titles Don,' Senor, Scnora, and Son
orita In official communications Is not
approved. Officers will In future, em
ploy Instead the titles, Mr., Mrs. and
Miss. Spanish words will In no case
be used when there Is an English
Successful In Their Claim on
St. Joseph, Mich., Oct. 20. ((Spl.)
One hundred and fifty men, women
and children of Pottawatomlo tiibc
met at tho Acadrony of Music at Hart
ford, Mich., and approved a proposition
of Chicago men in regard to their
claim on the Chicago lake front prop
erty. The chlcagonns had diawn up
papers specifying an advance paymeut
of $100, for every member of the tribe
as soon. as. a census is taken which j
amounts to, $33,000. Tho contract also i
prornlses a future payment of $200,000.
The contract wlU be signed by all pro
Buller's Dismissal Gave
Party' Workers Prepared For Any
London, .Oct 20. (Spl.) Tho revival
of Liberalism, to which General Sir
Redvere Buller's dismissal fiom the
command-at Aldershot gave tho great
est stimulus, continues. At tho com
ing meeting' of tho Liberal leaders in
Loudon) ' Monday, It is not probable
that any general decision will be ar
rlvod at, but provision will bo made
for tho strengthening of the party
organization and its various constit
uencies. An Intimation has already been sent
to the part' workers to hold them
selves In readiness for any contingen
cy which may arise.
Hours of the Trial of
His Attorney Has Made a Strong
Georgetown, Ky., Oct. 20, (Spl.)
A crowd that filled the court room and
the lobbies listened to tho aiguments
In the case of Caleb I'owots charged
with complicity In the minder of Sen
ator Goebel. Col. Tom Campbell spoke
for the prosecution last night and Col.
Owens followed for the defense. Ow
ens gavo Campbell a severe dressing
down and accused him of perjury, and
falsifying the evidence In his address
to the Jury.
Ho then took up the testimony and
made a stiong aigument for his client.
Will Probably Remain as Separate
Work Is going forward toward the
perfection of tho organization of tho
Quaker Oats Co., which Is to succeed
tho American Cereal Co,
Tho Great Western Cereal Co., It Is
now appareut, is not to become a pait
of (ho older corporation. Tho Gieat
Western is doing well, however. Tho
following Akion popple are In tho Chi
cago offices of that company. Joseph
W. Young, Geo. H. Koplln, N. Ham
link, Miss Mabel Benucr and Miss
Has Resigned as
Of Exclusive Aetro
Gossip Says Criticism Caused His
Washington, Oct. 2C.-(Spl.) Tho
resignation of Admiral Dewey from
the piesldency of tho Metropolitan
club, ono of the most exclusive or
ganizations in the city, has given rise
to a story, published in a local paper,
to the effect that he took this action
Is because of criticisms upon his rul
ings in Uie Schley Court of Inquiry
Some of the members were extreme
ly bitter in their atacks upon the Ad
miral's course, chaiglng that he has
unduly favored Rear Admiral Schley
in his decisions. Under these circum
stances, so the gossip runs, Admiral
Dowey, in justice both to himself and
his colleagues, Admhals Bcnham and
Ramsey, felt that he could no longer
remain at the head of tho club.
They May Undergo an
Alleged Detention of a Sane
Young Woman the Cause.
New York, Oct 20. (Spl.) A story
of bitter Injustice and one that may
lead to a general Investigation of the
iusane asylums in tho state-of New
Yoik has Just como to light
Mary Lake, a pretty young woman,
after being confined In an asylum 15
years, has been set at liberty. Her
patents belug dead and without
trleuds, she waa sent In 18S0 to an
asylum for the feeble minded. No one
Interested themselves In her and while
perfectly sane.she has been kept under
lestralnt for IB years at Newark, N.
Y. Gov. Odell will make a thorough
Has Already Grown to
Many Victims of Philadelphia Fire
Are Still Missing.
Philadelphia, Oct 20,-(Spl.)-At 0:30
this morning 20 persons were known
to have met death In the fire yes
terday at Huut Wilklns & Co.'s es
tablishment and the surrounding build
ings on Market St. Twenty-two vic
tims are in tho hospitals and several
deaths may lesult among tho Injured.
Sixteen peisons aie still unaccounted
for. Tho benich for bodies among tho
debris is still going on and tho loss
will bo over $000,000.
It Was Taken by Jury Thursday
The case of John Rose, accused of
the minder of Oliver Houghton, at
Seville, Medina county, September
22, was given to tho jury at Medina,
Thursday afternoon. It has been out
over since, Thirty-flvo witnesses wero
examined. Roso Is 51 years of age,
and his alleged victim was aged f3.
The killing is alleged to have taken
place during a drunken row over a
game of cards. Both men wero fight
ing, and It Is said to have been a case
of the weaker man's succumbing to
tho stronger. Attorney S. G. Rogers,
of this city, was ono of tho counsel
for tho defense,
snowi:ns probable and
WAHMEK TONIGHT; PAIR AND
MRS. SUSIE ADAMS.
Her Interest In Akron Property
Has Been Sold.
Attorney Geo. C. Kohler as trustee
for Mrs."Susle Woods Adams has Rold
to other helm of J. B. Woods Mrs.
Adams Interest In the Woods block
for $3,3.13. Mr. and Mrs. Adams are
now living In Chicago and Mr. Adams
is said to be doing well there.
In German Empire's
Methods For Retrenchment Will
Berlin, Oct. 20. Spl.) Tho budget
of the German Empire will next year
show a deficit of 100000,000 marks.
In order to diminish tills deficit
Count Von Buelow, the imperial chan
cellor has summoni d a conference of
the ministers of the different German
states to deliberate on methods for
Had Permits to Go Upon North
Messrs. Frank Kirk and W. H. H.
Welton, were dismissed In Justice
Campbell's court Satuulay on a charge
of hunting illegally. They were ar
rested by Game Waulen Robert
Giacy and Constable E. B. Howe for.
huuting In Northampton. They were
able to produce permits to hunt on the
farms of Chas. Carter, W. A. Hunt
and A. Castnern, however, and as it
was not shown that they were upon
other laud, they weie dismissed.
Mr. Stebbins May Succeed the
Late Mr. Steiner.
Mr. C. A. Stebbins, of Creston, vice
presldentW the Pathfinder, will prob
ably be chosen piesldent to succeed
the late N. R. Steiner. Mr. Stebbins !
lias been associated with tho order
since its organization. His assump-'
Hon of the position would not necessl'
tate his removal to Akron.
Burglary at Loyal Oak.
The residence of W. F. Haupt, at
Loyal Oak, was enteied by a buiglari Mr. Richard Croker has cabled hU
Friday night and a gold watch and personal friends In London: "Tam
chalu stolen. many success is a cinch."
THE ROOSEVELT CHILDREN'S
- NEW MUSIC TEACHER.
Miss Cornelia Dyas, mnslq teacher of tho Roosevelt children at the White
House, Is a Cleveland girl. Sho recol ved her musical' education In Now
Yoik and won for herself a high placo In musical and social circles. Sho
Is making hot self popular with tho President's boys and girls.
The Last Chance
Foraker Meeting In As
Big Democratic Meeting to fte
Trlday's registration was but llttlo
short of the average for that day In
tho usual work of registration before
a fall election when only those who
have moved and new voters must re
gister. Such persons may register un
til tonight at 0 p. m. The duty should
not bo neglected, as the Board of Elec
tions will Issue orders for registra
tion only to those who were 50 miles
or more away from home on regular
Senator Foraker may be the last
man to make a political speech In As
sembly hall. The Republican com
mittee neglected to secure tho Opera
house for the Foraker meeting, Oct
31, until too late, and now Assembly
hall is the only place available. That
structure Is being remodelled to bo
used as a livery stable and consider
able work will be necessary to put It
in condition for the meeting. Judge
E. W. Stuart will preside at tho
The work at Democratic headquar
ters is going on quietly but satis
factorily. Announcement will soon be
made of a large meeting to be held
Mary Schermesser and Elizabeth
Schneider, both of Akron, were on Fri
day taken to the asylum by Sheriff
and Mrs. Kelly. They also took Dan
Myers to the workhouse. He was
fined $50 and costs and sentenced 30
days for throwing stones at a car.
Philadelphia, Oct 20. (Spt) A Lon
don dispatch today says:
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