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YOIjUME XV. NO. Ml.
MAltHXff, OHIO. MONDOT EVENING, .JANUAltY 7, 1907:
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RAISULIS STRONGHOLD
IS DESTROYED BY FIRE
Moroccan Troops Rout the Noted Bandit From His Lair
' 'arid He Flees With His Force of Seven Hundred Men
to Mountains Sultan's Forces Unable to Prevent
His Escape.
Tangier, Jan. 7. Zlnat, RuImiII's
utrdnghold, was ( virtually destroyed
Jiy 'fire and fell Into the hands of
the troops of tho sultan at noon yes.
terday. after u short and almost
Jiloodioss fight. KnlBiill nnd his 700
followera succeeded In eluding capture
and reaching the mountains, despite
the elaborate plan of War Minister
Cabbas to prevent their escape.
No firing took place Saturday night,
but at 10 o'clock Sunday morning the
artillery, under command of an Al
gerian -native lieutenant whom tho
French authorities permitted to par
ticipate In the battle on request of
War Minister Qabbas, opened ou the
town. Tho Moorish gunnors showed
utter incapacity In handling their
guns tind tho Infantry fired haphaz
ard. Two shells dropped Inside tho
fastness without reply, and thereupon,
n body of tho .sultan's troops charged,
shouting, and reached tho walls amid
desultory shots from tho surrounding
brush ,
Tho gates to tho town were found
'to do open, but thcro wore no nccu.
"GREAT INJUSTICE TO
PHILIPPINE PEOPLE"
Senator Tillman so Characterizes the Order of the War
Department to Send the Negro Troops to the Islands
He W ants to Keep Them Here Where "Wc Can
-.' viShoot Them as-WOught-to-Do." -v
Washjngtpii, Jiln. 7. -The
War
DeiinrliiieliKs explanation of its tea
&tli for uliiltug' the colored I roup
to the IMiifl.'l'ilii'Si dues nut appeal
to Senator Tllliir.tii. He chnr.iclcr-
u.cs the liltcsi onler nl I lie iin""'1-
tnrnl , it "jivnt injiis-lico lo IMiiliP- .oinjr to imve any netrm Mildicrs,
pine jii'oji'cj" WisiiuMii the mat-! lei us keep tlieni al home, where,
tci today, the senator said: "TJic if they commit outrages upon wis
isliuuleis. ale a eoiiiiiercd peoplu'.meii, wc can .shoot liiwii, as 'wo
mid -wal'ils of urns, wliren it is our.i.ufrht to do."
SAYS CURTIS
IS. THE MAN
f t? 'rry. ,
Coroner Kline Asks for the
- f Arte1 of the Half Wit
Who Confessed.
.' Dayton, O., Jail. 7. Coroner .Walt
er 'L.-KHue, whose term m office ex.
plrod IiiBt night,. gttvo out tho result
of his Investigation Into the death
of Dona Oilman, who was murdered
on tho night of Nov. 20. i
The coroner announced that after
following out numborleid clows, ru
njorcs and theories, ho Is convinced
ilit a doublo crlnio was committed
and that Dona Oilman was both as.
saulted and murdered. Ho declnrod
his investigation has led lilm to tho
firm bellof that no mombor of tho
Oilman faniily Is guilty of complicity
'n ho crime, despite the fact that
tho mother nf thq girl has been
bound over to tho grand jury, charged
jwlt'i haVll'K murdered lior daughter,
nnl tho brother, Collins Gllmiin, with
nldliiK and allotting in th'o crlmo af-
tor a preliminary examination boforo'
a niaelstriito n Mad Hlyor toyiiHiup.
Ho Insists upon a further luvostlga.
Hon ntp' tho guilt of l)a,vld Curtis,
tho half-wltloil nQwspapor . vendor,
,,-wljo vbh arrested and dismissed In
jimglstralo'H poipt after having etin.
fessed t'' commission of tho crlmo.
Uio clalina thnt ho has further ovl-
doneo cohnetitiiiR Curtis with tho
.'murder of Mio girl ami Jiellovea (hat
tho Information ho Imb obtained
iufflclmtt lit warranting Curtis' rear.
nufflclerit Irt warranting
, rest and" trial.
-; BANGKOK SUFFERS A
. j $3,000,000,000 FiKii
H'flaHgUQk, Siam, Jan. 7. Tho
Cblnes (radlng quarter of Dang.
"kok lilis jeen dovastatpd, by firo.
yi(D?etlaiaieil loss amownts to about
'wJ.WvfiWflwi . t ,'
pants of tho place except fifteen pris
oners, Included among whom were
four Portuguese. A detachment of
tho government troops continued tir
ing in the dliectlon of the mountains,
whore ltalsuli tintl his followers wero
observed fleeing.
Meanwhile other government troops
Pillaged the stronghold, securing con.
sldcrnblo booty In the shape of cost,
ly carpets, arms, cattle and sheep.
No fatalities In the fight arc re
ported, though a fow persons on both
sides were wounded, it U thought
probable that the Knlsulltes carried
off their dead.
Minister of War Gabbas, who has
not left Tangier during the opera
tions, It is expected will next move
against tho pretender to the thione,
Mulal Mohammed, a brother of tho
sultan, from whoso followers thcro
havo been many defections recently.
Tho Spanish officers of tho Inter,
'national jkjIIco created by tho Al.
n.imi t3..uv OATiti itoHiMAtioa stnpaH
and will tnko up their duties at tho
end of tho month.
duty lo protect, so far as pcssjbje,
riuni 'niivii of every kind ami, if
tlicc- iir'ro !-(ddicrs are loo brutal
ami too dangerous to lie stationed
aimm; tur own people, i is an in
justiic lo iuflicl them upon the
I'l'.tliiipiue cocinniiiiitics. IL' wc arc
WILL RETURN
TO WORK
Roosevelt Takes a Hand in
Firemans Strike and Set
tlement Results.
C'liivayo, Jsiii. . t'vosovelt took
a lituid in tins grave labor situation
thicaeliiing Hit. railroads of ' the
country, through tho riku f iiic
men on the ' Southern 1'acifie ami
caused a conference' to bo held at
l'nlmer floiiso lut night between
iuteistate ciMiiinercc eoniinissionerb
Knap,;) mid (Mmk ami Chiefs lfuur
iiliuu, of the i!'i'emcu, and Stone of
tho enjriucei-j. A a result Kiuipp
auouuiiceil, this niouiiiij,', that mat-
tcis pioj-'icd satiftaetonly to
wards a settlement of the strike,
ii ml no further confeieiico will bo
ucc.'A-ary, unle.s some inivxpeutuil
IiiU'Ii oicurs.
Tlw striker n back lo woik to
hiuht or loiimrrow. Kunpp in an in
terviow said tho demands to Wi
inado iimii I lu vir';n)nds, general
ly, was not touched upon at the
meeting.
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"OUTLAW " LEAGUE GOESBACK
IN NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 7. -Tho nation
al baseball couimlsslnn to day decided
wo admit I ho Trl.Htn.tQ or "Out-
,biw" league to the National agree,
,,n'1r o"H"HH. lrlnt-l-
pal condition Is that players now mi
ilw contract ln this Icaguo remain
ixvhoro' thoy'nro.
FAYRE GILMAN IS
UNDEE ARKEST AGAIN
.Dayton, Q., Jan. 7. Mlsa Fnyno
Gllirian xvas rearrested this afternoon
charged with complicity in the mur,-
Hor oi. ixov sisier, "Uoiju, ujinuin.
PORTUGAL IMPORTING
COMPANY FAILS
Opcrto, Portugal, ,Inn. 7. TJic
Molcr company, (lie largest import
ers ill' raw eo(nn ami wool in
Porl.njjnl, failed and .several of its
officers' uio now fugitives fiom
justice. Liabilities of Hie company
i each ."r7(l(),()0ll and no nvailnblc 'as
sets lmvo so far been leaincil.
nothing"
for charity
Cassatt's Estate Valued at
Ten Millions Goes to the
Wife and Three Children.
Jlorristown, I'a., Jan. 7. l?y the
will of Alexander .1. CasMitt, the
Into president of tho Pennsylvania
road which was tiled with Itcgistur
Ca:i)c, today, and which dispones of
his t'stnto valued at over $10,000,
000 everything goes to his wife and
lliieo cliildreii and not one cent to
rlmiity. The major part of the es
tate will be held in trust by Hie
Fidelity Trust company and 40 per
cent of the income will be paid to
the wife and 'JO per cent to each of
the three eliMdien, Kdward, Hubert,
and Hlia, the wife of Williiun 11.
y Iowa it.
TO COMBAT
"GRAFTING"
New York World Says Mc-
Crea was Elected to FighU
l"n."ffl..D in Dr,,:i.,SjS"'-
4lUHVtU ill J. lllULyiVUlllU
System.
New Yoil., Jan. 7. .lames JU
Cie.i, Iho new pie.sident of the
I'eniisjlvania railroad was elected
to his position for the p:uporo of
putting an cud to "grafting" w hitch
it is reported lias ibcen practiced in
tho imiiiaguuiuut of the load for
years.
This i, the declaration madif to-
, , i I., i , i, . ii .irouoio wun mo insurance cuiiiimiuu
day by the Uorl.l. Practically as soon ns their respresentatlves bo.
pago war devoted o tho expose C COIUo uwnro tlmt the town Is with,
alleged 'grattinu;" on the part of out nmplo fl,e Iirooctiou.
l'euiisylvania railroad officials and ,
cniiilovee. This evil, the World
mijj, '.McC'iKv is to cobal. His task TERRIFIC THUNDERSTORM
is'dcicribed as ni'iiiiimental. BREAKS OVER CHICAGO
KuvorJlisiu in awarding contracts
for supplies to companies in which Chicago, Jan. 7. A terrific .Inn
railroad jncii aro directly or in- nary thiindeitonn, caused by a due1
(liieclly into-ested, .is charged as of two conflicting, temperate waxes
the method by wliieli "grafting" iiweliug directly nboxe t'h t-ago,
w'as cdiiducled. It is pointed outUxxc-pt oyer the city today. lJliud
that several officers of tho road ing fuilic.s of lig'iiuiug xxere fol
allhough drawing salarios not too lowil by teinfie detonations of
large, have 'been ablo to reliro in-' Ihiiuder, cauxed niiich astonishment,
(lependently lich. The temperaluio is sixty.
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EXCITED
T,
Tokio PretwiRidicules Idea of
TroubleSttween United
StateTand Japan.
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Tokio.
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ailj7. No excitement
-- vmi
exists' in Jnpu(iit)VL'i'
the San l'ratf
i Tckio press
eicO iiuestiujiwiirid the
ridiculous .tliijlritielnpls of Hussiau
journals tojiibnfig :iliout a strained
) elation UatwSefJL the United .States
and .iii)):in;gyjiio .lajiantse iloirt re
gard the ;iiiuEj''Jiichco, question as
of siiftieielitymonient to lislurb the
long irieimiiiips ueiweeu
nations. ! -1
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FIREMEN
RESIGN
Mayor Objected to Gans-Nel-
son pictures uemg lixniD-
ited andfall Fire Laddies
Quit.
Cadiz, O., Jim!
7 Hecan'c Major
William' T. .l'erri
tho reform mayoi
of Cadiz, rofuseilll
hers of thu flrcjg!jiii
lo allow the inein-
iuiaiilen of Cadi, to
exhibit the blograph pictures of Hi's
Oans-Nolbon JARlit, the meinbers o?
tho compuiiIcHJ&tjclil an Indignation
meeting SundayiTlghl, the outcome o"
which was thaffithcy leslgned In a
Ixxly. As acsult tho village Is
without .in oriranfcil cmnanv for the
i rnojiJnlljjl f tf y ca rs .
werciniinornirffffupuniiij!-mo 'com
pany l:i a paid organization, but in.t
salary of each oun 1b only a nominal
one, and It is the. custom In give a
ltennllt each year, (he proceeds of
which are donated to the emergency
fund. The O'liis.Nclson propnltlon
had been accepted and advertised.
'Uy an oidlnaiicc cicated a slioit
time ago. such privileges aio con
trollo by the major.
Citizens In gonornl aie toiiihmu.
iug the mnyor's decision unit It U said
that he may bo asked to resign.
Uuslnessmon who nio carrying
1,rov; Jni-urniiro are anticipating
THE PRESIDENT IN ACTION.
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OEYLON IS SWEPT
BY TIDAL WAVE.
London, Jan 7 A dis
patch from Colombo, re
pdrts immenso tidal wavo
on the south coast of Coy
ion Friday. A few hours
after tho Seismograph rec
orded a submarine earth
quake two thousand miles
to the southeast.
FOUGHT
A DUEL
Two More Frenchmen Meet
on Field of Honor and One
is Seriously Wounded.
l'ar'h, Jan. 7. Another duel, the
thiid within a week, vas fought to
day. The combatants xvero Al. Ar.
I.escure. of the Flench consular ser
xice and Hobert Zevace, a popular
author. Swords xvero u-wl ami Les.
cine xvas veriouxly injured.
WILL OUST
MXLELLAN
Attorney General Jackson
Inles Suit in Supreme Court
of New York.
Nexv York, .Ian. 7. Attorney tion.
oral .Jackson, today In ought suit In
the Nexv York supreni court to oust
George Ii. .MiClcllau, fiom the office
of the Mayor of Nexv Ymk on tho
giouuil that William It. Hearst xvas
legally elected to tho offico. Tho
suit caused much Mtrprlbc In pollt.
Itlcal circles.
CANTON BANK OFFICIALS
MUST NOW STAND TRIAL
'Washington, Jan. 7. The writ
of crior i-f thu indicted bank offi
cials of the I'usolveut Canton (Ohio)
Mate bunk, claiming the "Free"
banking law of Ohio, under xx-hie11
they xveie indicted to lie unconstitu
tional, xa today divinisicd by
the Miprenie court of the United
States. The ol'fiiOa's must now
stand trial for allegel wrecking of
the bank.
VOTE ON SHIP SUBSIDY
IS AGAIN POSTPONED
Washington, .Inn. 7. Tho house
committee on merchant marine and
fisheries today postponed tho x'oto on
tho ship subsidy bill, until .lanuary
15.
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LUNATIC BREAKS INTO
WASHINGTON SOCIETY
Disguised as Mephistophles He Attends a Masked Ball and
When He Refuses to Unmask He is Thrown Out by
Four Husky Footmen.
Washington, Jan. 7. It has leaked
out that a lunatic disguised as
Mephlstophelea gained admittance to
an ailstocratle masked ball held here
on Nex Year's eve. True to his
role he raised well, the very deuce,
beloiu four husky footmen boie him
struggling from the ballroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Walsh,
uiixvflliug hots for this understudy of
his Satanic Majesty, are overxvliclmed
with mortification. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Herbert Wadsworth, who are to give
another masked ball In the near fu
ture, arc In great anxiety lest they
have a similar experience. For tho
lunatic with thu social passion is still
at large. While his Identity has not
yet developed, It Is xvhlspered that he
xvas once a xxcll known member of
the hlghct social elides and that he
teeks them again, when he secures a
momentary freedom, as Instinctively
an the duck hunts a mud puddle.
Mrs. Wadsworth has told her friends
however, that her husband himself
shall guard the entrance to her ball-
100m on the cxenlng of her f unci ion
nnd thnt no Grangers shall ho ud.
mitted.
The ease with which any piesenta.
bio persons can peiietrulu the moM
sacred social circles hero Is lespon
slblc for the unpleasant Incident
xvhlch has chilled the local blue
blood. While cards of invitation aro
iuxaiiably Issurd and their presenta
tion at the door icipilred. at big
crii-dicit .of this kind people are ex.
tromely careless of their Invitation
cards. It Is quite the custom, do.
splto the fiowns of hostesses xvho
try to bo oxcluslve, to borrow cards
for anything you wish to attend. from
friends xvho do not intend to use
them. And the cards nio loaned an
readily, for that Is an easy xvay to
satisfy a constituent. Hvorybody in
Washington Is a constituent of
some sort. After their fright, tho
Walshes made an investigation xxhleh
developed that many cards of Invi
tation had been used to gain admls.
!on to their ball, the proper holders
of which had been out of tho city
that night.
Hut It Is this slipshod stylo of .hi.
clety In Washington xvhlch Is rsspuu
slble for the Walsh family being here.
Uo was a Colorado miner xvhoe
pick turned upa fortune one day and
M"n Walsh kept a boarding house
ANOTHER MESSAGE WILL
BE SENT TO CONGRESS
Tariff Commission Sent to Germany will Report by Cable
and the President will Place the Recommendations Be
fore Congress and Ask for Prompt Action.
Washington, Jan. 7. President
Roosevelt will i-end a special message
to coi.grcss urging the prompt pass.
ugo or hisUtJatlon, authorizing tho
negotiation of reciprocal tariff treat
ies xvlth Germany.
Something must bo done Immedi
ately to bring about a settlement of
the tarllf dlltercnces between tho
United states and Germany, or there
xvlll bo a largo tailing off In Amer
ican trade xvlth that country. A
modus vlvondl providing for the niln.
I mum tarllf rates on American goods
going Into Germany Is now In eflect
but this expires March 1. on xvhlch
ANARCHISTS
ARRESTED
Frick's Old Assailant Wht
was Just Released From
Prison Among Number.
New York, Jan. 7 Alexander
Dcrkman, xvho latit summnr was re
leased fiom the alate'ii prison after
having served fourteen years for an
attack on Henry G. Frlck Tolloxx-.
big tho Homestead (I'a ) riots of 1SS1!,
1'uima Goldman and two othors wore
arrested Sunday by detectives, who
broke up an Annrehlst meeting on
tho East Sldo.
Emn Goldman made the speech
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at that time. With their millions,
they nsaulted Nexv York's Four Hun
dred In vain. Then they came lo
Washington to make their start. Tho
former miner built a gorgeous pal.
ace, and several families of ancient
lineage but scanty assets have found
It pleasant ami profitable to chaper
one the xvay Into the Brahmin tern,
pies for the Walshes. The family
horor Is therefoie the greater that
not only a stranger, but a lunatic as
well, should havo figured In ono of
the functions they are so anxious to
linvc exclusive. ,'
This man, attired ns Mephlstophelea
appeared early. Ho asked his hostess
for a gl.vs of milk, and got It, and
then requested a razor, for, lie said,
he had not had an opptrounlty to
shave. This xvas put down to blue
blooded eccentricity. Mr. WaNh
has u thankful feeling now that the
razor supplied the struugor xvas a
safety. Mcphlstopholcs xvas a eocIiiI
success. He xvas as popular xvlth tho
air guests as McphMophclcg has had
the reputation of being since apple
nnd garden Incident. Hut when ho
singled out a beautiful young lady
in an Kgyptl.iu costume for a special
(mil mrirked attention, -lie inado a
mistake.
Hie Is a recent bride mid her bus.
hand has a Jealous temperament. His
Ire mounted ns Mcphlstnphelcs mon
opolized his lady. He tried a rn.
moii'trauce xvhlch raised his suspicion
that this wtu; a rank outsider. The
xouiig hi.slKiml xvent to Mr. Walsh.
They decoyed tho stranger into u
side room, where he refused to un
mask or tell who ho xvas. Then
came four stalwart footmen and tho
Intruder xvas cast Into outer darkncsi.
it xx as the 'subsequent Investigation
which developed the fact that a luna.
tic xvlth propensity for cotillions was
missing from a certain private asyl
um. Then stray remarks of Mcphlsto.
pheles about being "out" had more
meaning than they had !ecmcd to
have xx hen he niado them. His fre
quent references to "Lizzies' xverc
also better understood. "Lizzies" Is
a slang term for St. Elizabeth's, a
local asylum. The social set hero
docs not kiio-.' whether It Is more
frightened su the danger It escaped
or mortified to havo Its excluslvo pro.
ten-ions thus unmasked.
rSSl
date
the German goveriimeut
will.
enforce It maximum tariff rates
against American goods exported In.
to Germany.
In order to reach a basis of set
tlement of the trouble, the president
sent n commission of tariff oxporU
to Germany, nt tho head of xvhlch Is
Director of the Census North. This
commission is now at xvork and ha
nearly completed Us task. President
Roosevelt has decided to dlrcut the
commission to hurry tluough its xvork
and to cable lilm tho recommenda
tions so ho win lay thu matter bo
foro congress at onco.
vhleh moved tho police Id action,
whllo norkmau oxhortoil tho iititjlonqp,
o rilxoboy tho command to disperse,
I'he other prisoners nro John It. Cor-;
oil, who presided at tho mcotlngj
ml Isaac Schxvartz, a jouth of six,
en years, xvho refused to le'avn thu
all xvhen It xvas cleared.
I'mmii Goldman Is specifically
harged xvlth a violation of that sce,-
'on of tho penal code xvhlch makes
it a felou to glvo iittoranco from "n
public platform to Incendiary speech.'
cs. Horknuin and Coryell aro hold as
ii'ccssorle. Tlioy xvero locked un ami
xvlll ho arraigned tomorrow,
BROWNSVILLE BOARD OF
TRADE THANKS PRESIDENT
Washington, Jan. 7. President
Ifoosevell today loeewed tho offi
cial thanks of the Ilrowjisvillo, Tux
board ot'"i9iule; for t)io dismissal o
the nog-ro troops who recently "shot
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