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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT.
VOLUME 10-rN-UMBER 165
AKRON, OHIO. WEDNESDAY 3VEN1NU, OCTOBER 80, 1901.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Schley and His Counsel Willing to
Answer All Questions.
The Admiral Will Visit
Wnshlntgon, Oct. 30. (Spl.) Attor
ney Beyney Is giving Onpt. Lemley,
the Judge advocate, at the Court or
Inquiry, a free reign in the cross ex
amination of Hear Admiral Schley.
For two days, occupying eight work
ing hours of the court, the Admiral
hua been under a "lire of questions, In
terrupted by only two objections from
his counsel, these upon minor points,
and one of which was withdrawn later.
In thus allowing tho judge advocato
practically unlimited scope in tho cross
examination, Mr ttayner plnces him
self and his client in tho position of
being nblo to say to the judges: "Wo
have nothing to conceal. We are ou
ly too glad to answer any and au
questions touching our conduct in the
Snntiago campaign. Wo asked for a
full Investigation and are pleased it
la boing accorded us."
When tho ourt adjourned yesterday
afternoon tho judge advocate had just
reached the reconnolssnnco of May ol
MUCH ADO OVER THE
ARRIVAL OF A
BRIDE-ELECT 0FMAJ0R GENERAL CORBIN.
New York, Oct. SO. Miss Edytho
Patten, brldc-to-bo of Major General
Henry O. Corbln, of tho United States
army, has arrived, with her threo sis
ters, from Southampton, on tho Amer
ican liner, St. Paul. They were met
at Quarantine by General Corbln and
transferred to the Quarantine tug Gov
ernor Flower, which raced to tho
Pennsylvania depot In time to catch
the noon train for Washington.
General Corbln was the guest of Dr.
A'vab, II. Doty, tho Health Qlllcer at
Quarantine. On learning his wish to
catch .tho uoon train Dr. Doty placed
tho Governor Flower at tho General's
disposal. Tho tug, with General Cor
bln end a Customs Inspector an board
ran alongside tho mallsteanier Post
muster, us the hitter swuug alonsido
tho liner, which slowed down off sta
tion at 0:40 a. m.
Dr. Doty also asked Captain Jamison
If uo would permit tho Pattens to bo
transferred. Tho captain gallantly
General Corbln met lite fiancee on
tho promenade deck. Thero was Httlo
tlmo for greetings. The uialf was bo
ing rapidly swung nboard tho Post
master. Her high deck afforded the
chanco to leavo tho St. Paul from tho
latter's spar deck, and the four Misses
Patten walked across a short gang
plunk, to the upper deck of tho Post
West and South When
against the Colon and the shore batter
ies. He had yet to cross examine Ad
nilial Schley upon tills event and up
on tho battle of -July 8. As he left
the court room Lcmley remarked to
his clerk: "We.ll, buudlo up the un
expended ammunition." Ho was re
ferring to the long list of type-written
questions from which ho had been
reading during the past two days.
Admiral Schley will make a western
and probably a southern tour after
the close of tho Investigation.
Several days ago ho accepted an In
vitation to attend a banquet in his hon
or to bo given by tlie Hamilton club
of Chicago, though the date was left
for further decision. Publication of
that fact at once brought him a cor
dial invitation to visit Lousvllle Ho
has answered that If ho should go
to Chicago ho will also visit Louis
vlllo. Now that It Is settled that he
Is going west there -will bo Invitations
from other cities and the probability
Is that he will make a long tour.
master, and then descending to tho
lower deck wero helped aboard the
Part of their baggage was also
placed' aboard tho Flower, which start
ed nt once for tho Pennsylvania de
pot, amid tho cheers of tho liner's pas
sengers. Miss Edytlie Patten, tho prospective
bride, woio a dark traveling dress and
a picture hat She (ooked radiantly
happy when sho' caught sight of Gen
Tho maid of thoMJsses Patten re
mained on tho 'St. Paul to look after
some trunks that .could not readily be
found whllo tho ship was at Quaran
tine. At tho pier sh'o had to explain
the situation to .'a dozen or moro
friends of the prospective bride nnd
Tho marriago .will tnko placo in
Washington on Nov, 0. Moro than
000 invitations have 'been issued. Tho
ceremony, to bo performed by Card!
nnl Gibbous, will, take placo at tho
home of tho bride' In' Massachusetts
avo. It Is expected that niauy ofllcers
of high rank will atteud. Senator
John P. Jonos of Nevada, a lifelong
friend of tho Pattens, will bo present,
and will give tho brido away, Tho Pat
ten family Is tho first rank of Wash
ington society. The Misses Patten are
also reputed to be very wealthy.
Shipments Average Nearly $5,-
000,000 a Month.
Tacomn, Wash., Oct 30. (Spl.)
During the months of June, July, Au
gust and Soptember, the amount of
gold actually exported from Klondike,
as officially reported by the gold com
missioner at Dawson, was $21,048,
000. Tho October shipments will
probably bring the total up to $24;-
From AH Prussian Terri
tory. German-American Journalist For
Berlin, Oct 80. (Spl.) Tho German.
American coi respondent Job-eph Her
rings, who was at tho battle of Taku
In the capacity of war conespondent
for American journals, h;ia been ex
pelled from Prussia.
Herrings originally received notlfl
catlon of expulsion early in July. The
sentence was pionouneed Ibecause of
his evasion of military service In 1S85,
when ho was sentenced to a month's
Imprisonment after he had loft tho
Case Dismissed In
Witness Swore She Per-
Robert Campbell Is Freed
From All Charges.
New York, Oct. 80. (Spl.) The suit
for divorce of Mrs. Helen T. Campbell
against her husband, Dr. Robeit E.
Campbell, chaiging him with Infidelity
was dismissed In tho Supreme court of
Dr. Campbell, who is a rcsIdenfWof
Buffalo Intimates that he will bilng
suit for conspiracy and perjuiy. Mrs.
Campbell came from Buffalo last
spring and established a residence In
Brooklyn. When the case was called
for trial her counsel offered n deposi
tion by Miss Cora Durham, In which
she staled that she had held intimate
relations with the defendant In David
Counsel for th defense unexpected
ly produced Miss Durham, who sworo
on tho stand that her deposition was,
a no ana that sue iiaa uecn induced
by others to give evidence against
the doctor. The court dismissed the
Jury nnd ordered a new tilul. In tho
trial yesterday Mis. Campbell made no
Much Afraid of Yankee
Birmingham, Eng., Oct. 30, (Spl.)
Tho Post, In an cdltoilal today takes
an optimistic view of the so called
"America peril." The stories of
American Industrial Invnslon of Eng
land, tho papor declares, aro absurdly
exaggerated, except concerning iron,
stoel and copper for tho production
of which America Is specially favored
by uaturo. ,
TARA'S HILL . .
IS FOR SALE.
Was Once the Site of .Ireland's
Now York, Oct 30. (Spl.)-Dispatch-es
from Dublin report that Tara's Hill
in the county of Moath, Ireland, onco
tho site of the capital of Ireland when
Irish kings ruled for many generations,
Is for sale. It was througu Tara's
Hall, on this same hill, that Uio music
of the harp made famous in Mooro's
jiong, was heard.
lias Not Begun
Stay of Proceedings
The Validity of His Conviction
Now York, Oct 30. (Spl.) John
Most who was recontly sentenced to
one year's Imprisonment because of a
publication in Freiholt, Issued on the
day of the nssasslnatlon of President
McKlnley, obtained from Justice Mac
Lean of the Supreme Court, yester
day, a certificate of reasonable doubt
of tho vnlldity of his conviction. Tho
certificate acts as ' n btay pending
Most's appeal .from his conviction.
The publication was entitled "Mur
der vs. Murder" and defended the
"murder of despots."
Most was scut to the penitentiary
two days after his -conviction.
Not Contribute as
Individuals Not Barred From
McKinley Memorial Fund.
Canton, O., Oct '30. (Spl.) A letter
received here by Buckoye lodge,
Knights of Pythias, from Su
preme Chancellor Fetters says tho
Grand Chancellor of Ohio exceeded
nla authority, in i calling on Pythian
lodges to contribute. the McKinley
Memorial. The"lawofcthe order pro
hibits payment by lodges. Fetters
urges Individuals, however, to contrib
Hawaiian Is Endorsed For Next
Honolulu, Oct. 22, via San Fran
cisco, CiU., Oct 30. (Spl.) At a meet
ing of tho executive committee of the
home rule party Robert W. Wilcox -was
the unanimous choice of the party for
noxt governor of Hawaii,
In Havana's City
Governor Wood Depos
ed the Mayor.
Accounts and Records Were
Havana, Oct 30. (Spl.)-Govenmr
General Wood stirred up tho city ad
ministration today. He removed 20
ward prefects who Mayor Goner hail
Illegally appointed and deposed Goner
from his posltiou of President of tho
City Governor Nunez was ordered
to temporal lly tako Goner's place at
tho head of tho City Council. Goner,
In retiring from tho presidency, made
a violent antl-Aniorlcnn speech.
ne bitterly opposed tho motion, mado
by Councllmen to congratulate General
Wood for his action. Business men
generally have complained against
Goner. Accounts and archives, it was
charged, wero in a scandalous and
chaotic condlton and tho credit of the
city was suffeilng.
London, Oct 30. (Spl.) Gen. Lord
Kitchener reports that Col. Byng has
captured two Field Cornets and 23
Boers nnd that Col Fortescuo hns had
a running light with Midler's com
mand. Tho Boers, In the latter tight
IjoBt four killed and 04 captured.
WILL TRY AGAIN.
Upton Says He Will be Back
Greenstown, Oct. 80. (Spl.) Sir
Thomas Llpton arrived here today
aboard the White Star Liner Celtic.
When Interviewed Sir Thomas said IX
possible, he expected to tace for the
America's cup ugaln next year.
"The recent rows were so close,"
ho added, "I expect to lift it then.
There wbh no friction abroad the
Shamrock. Instead, harmony pie
valled all the time. The statement
that Shamrock II will be bold is un
About to Lose Her
Her Annexation to Greece Re
ported as Inevitable.
London, Oct 30. (Spl.) The Times
today prints a dispatch from Its Con
stantlnople correspondent which states
that tho Turkish Ambassador at St
Petersburg has informed tho Palace
there that the annexation of Crete to
Greece is Imminent and Inevitable.
Recent Ruling In Chica
go Tax Case
Caused C. B. & L and Pullman
Company to Act.
Chicago, 111., Oct 80. (Spl.) Tho
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad,
formerly a corporation under the Illi
nois laws, but now Incorporated In tho
state of Iowa with a capital stock of
$100,000,000, took out a license yes
tciday with the Secretary of Stnto
In Springfield to opernte hi this state.
but without capital stock as an Illi
,Thls stock Is therefore untaxable
under the recent decision of the
Chicago, Oct. 30. (Spl.) Tho Pull
man Palace Car Co., Is said to be seri
ously contemplating surrendering Its
charter under the laws of the state
of Illinois nnd incorporating under the
laws of Now Jersey.
The object of tho transfer Is said to
be the evasion of tho taxation of
capital stock under the new ruling.
The move would mean tho removal
of the headquarters of tho company
to New York.
Of McKinley Was Sold For Con
Now Yoik, Oct. 30. (Spl.)-The first
autograph of President McKinley of
fered nt public auction In this city
since his death, waa sold yesterday af
ternoon. It was sjmply his name In
full, "William McKinley," written
across an original Cabinet photogrnpli
of him. After spirited bidding tho nil-
tograph was secured by Geo. D. Smith
$600 OFFERED -FOR
Chicago, Oct 30. (SpL) Any one
liavlug two good ears, that he doesii't
oaio for can get $800 for them from
Dr. Elmer 13. Prescotl, a local phy
sician. Tho doctor wants them to
graft upon a patient who through soiuo
mlslmp has lost thoso Important
members In a runaway accident.
Another Carneflio Library.
Glasgow, Oct 80. (Spl.) Andrew
Caineglo has given 0,000 pounds for
tho erection of a library at Kiuniug
FAIIt AND WAUMEU TONIGHT;
THUUSDAY PROBABLY FAUt
Young Italian Fell In Love With
Romantic Marriage of Mrs. Maud Nees Fox of
Accompanied by a handome young
Italian, Mrv. Louis Fox, of Uniontown,
better known as Maud Nees, the sculp
tress, was In Akron Tuesday and Tues
day afternoon the pair left for Wash
ington where they will bo married.
Their love story Is romantic. Mrs.
Fox was an ardent student of art and
of sculptuie especially. In Cleveland
she met Louis Fox, an actor of the
vaudeville stage and they were mar
ried. That was neven years ago, and
sho and her husband have not lived
together for a long time. While In
Italy with her mother last year, Mrs.
Fox met a young Italian at the place
in which she lived. He was ambitious
to come to America, but was without
money. Admiring his enthusiasm for
her home country, Mrs. Fox not only
paid his passage to New York but
brought him to Uniontown and secured
employment for him on the Canton-
FOR THE FIRST TIME A MARRIED
WOMAN CHRISTENS NAVAL VESSEL
The Young Matron Who
Philadelphia, Oct 80. The secret
mnxringo of Mrs. Mao Chauncey Todd,
chosen a month ngo to christen the
new torpodo bont Chauncey, was dis
closed when the boat slid down the
ways. The Chauncey was named In
honor of Mrs. Todd's great-grandfather,
Commorore Isaac Chauncey,
one of tho famous naval olllcevs of tho
War of 1812.
Mrs. Todd, who was Miss Mae
Ohauncey Stevens, waa chosen a
month ogo to chilsten tho vessel, nnd
when tho Secretary of tho Navy leani
od of her marriage, despite the un
written law that ouly a maid shall
act as sponsor for a United States
ship, he refused to disarrange tho
Thus It was that Mrs. Todd earned
the distinction of being tho flrst innr
rlod woman to clnlsten a navul vessel.
The fact that she twice failed to Imwk
tho bottlo of champagne, on tho .bows
of tho boat and had to try a third tfmo
was regarded for a moment as an 111
Collision Between Passenger and
Freight Trains Injured Many.
Buffalo, Oct 30.-(SpI.)-A. rear-end
Akron electric Uno construction work.
Ho was very grateful and showed his
appreciation by falling In love with his
benefactress. Then his benefactress
fell In lovo with him, and she having
secured a divorce from her husband,
some tlmo ago, there was no bar W
The -n eddlng will take placo In Wash
ington where Fome legal formalities
must be given attention by the Italian
consul in order to make the marriago
binding in Italy.
Mrs. Fox is wealthy, being a daugh
ter of the late Wm. H. Nees whose for
tune was estimated at 100,000. Sho
is about 30 years old and pretty. Her
prospective husband Is named Doml
nlck Corrint He Is 2S years old and
a tall, fine-looking fellow, notwlth-j
standing his swarthy complexion. The
couple will return to Uniontown to
make their home.
omen for the Chauncey by those who
Uid opposed Mrs. Todd's acting as
sponsor when the fact of her mar
riage became known, but this feeling
was speedily dissipated by tho cheers
tliat rung forth.
The marriago of Mrs. Todd ia said
to have taken place just a month eigo
without thp knowledge of her family,
It was learned a few days beforo
tho launclilng of tho torpedo boat
Secretary Long was at onto notified,
but bo declined to change tho arrange
ments, deeming it eminently fitting
that the grcat-grauddaughter of Com
modore Chauncey should stand as
sponsor to tho boat named m his
honor. Mrs. Todd, when spoken to
regarding her becret marriage said,
with a smile:
"I onnnot seo that my marriago con
cerns the public In any way. I da
not think my being married or my
failure at first to break the bottla
will act as a hoodoo for the Chauucoy,
At least I hope not"
collision on tho West Shoro road a fow
mlles east of hero this morning, be
tween freight and passenger trains,
wrecked ten freight cars and danger
ously lujured Engineer Harrison of tho
passenger train. Twenty passengers
wero badly bbaken, but none were