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TOIiUME XV. NO. 180
ALABION. OHIO. TUESDAY EVENING. MABCII 5. 1907.
PBIOE TWO CHKT8
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DELMAS SCORES ANOTHER
VICTORY OVER JEROME
Gat to One of Jerome's Roads to Mattewan is Closed by
- V Dr. WagnerMrs. William Thaw is in Court
Ready to Go on the Stand.
Now York March 5. Dclmas
defeated Jcroino in tlio first real
duol of counsel in Hie trial of
Joromo had asked alienist Wag
ner to repeat the conversations be
tween himself and Thaw in tho
Tombs. Dclmas objected on tho pio
vious ruling of the court that such
conversations could bo admitted
only when it had been shown that
tho defendant was insane at tho
tuna , of the conversation. Jcroino
argued that it was an elementary
rule of ovident'o that tho condition
onco shown to exist, was assumed
to exist until tho contrary was
shown. Jerome said that under
GENERAL STREETER WILL
- NOT ACCEPT SERVICE
He Refuses tor Mrs. Eddy and All Defendants and the
"Petitioners Say They Will Serve Papers Upon
Mrs. Eddy Personally.
Concord, IT. H., March 5. Law.
yprB for Mrs. Eddy and for tho pe
titioners In the action to secure an
accounting from tho trustees of the
Christian Science church held a
conference today, out the conference
broke up when Oenoral Streeter told
the' petitioners' attorneys that he
would rofuse to accept service; In the
suit, akalnst Mrs. Eddy In behalf
A RAFFLES FOUND IN
ULAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY
;ter . - r.
Five Hundred Pieces of Stolen Jewelry Found in His Room
He Mikes Full Confession and Says His Desire to
Chicago, March. 5. -Pilchard 0.
Hoopcs, a Btudont at Lako Forest
University and a member of tho
Sigma Phlo Sigma fraternity, Is nn.
dor ..arrest, charged with tho theft
of hundreds of pieces of Jowolry from
homes where he had been entor-
talned. His room at the fraternity
houso has boen searched and the
FORAKER AND DICK
Ohio Congressmen are not
in Holding up the connrmation ox Appointees
n in the Buckeye State.
Washington, March 5. Senators
For'aker anl 'Dick hayo not Increased
their popularity among the represen
tatives from Ohio by their action In
(holding cities and villages, t&mply
because President Roosevelt ha3 not
felt, at leaBt up to the present time,
that he cd'ujd name the men selected
py the two senators, for United
States Jijdg for the Southern dis
trict1 of Ohio and. collector of Internal
rovepue jn Toledo.
Their course has aroused uch
feeling against them by members
(whoBd districts are made to suffer.
'The'y'haVo stirred up a hornet's nest
ftd'4 already the bees are beginning
toi comet out,
''"""Both' senators, although In their
i accustomed places In the senate yes.
.erday permitted congress to' adjourn
Without making trie loast effort to
have iconflrmed postmasters In the
following 32 cities and villages;
Berea. Berlin Heights, Byesvllle,
Cariil Kultdn, "Cellna, Centerburg,
Cbi?doi), Dfware, East Liverpool,
S" art 'Palestine, Eaton, Frederick.
wp, Qreenvllle, Hlcksvllle, Dennl
m. Johnstown, Livingston, Lorln(
TUtnerVa. Mlqeral City, M(IIersburg,
. ' I n.t.1,.1. tinoKIno Bill
Hh,Wi?i PBt8kaltt PeeWes' sd
the evidence now presumption was
that the defendant w'as then insano
and is stall insane. Ho carefully
ijvoided, httwevcri saying whothor
or not this was Ills' opinion. Judge
Fitzgerald sustained Dclmas.
Dr. Charles G. Wagner in his
testimony today stated positively
that there was no evidence of
opHcpsy in Thaw. This apparently
closes tho gate to one of Jerome's
roads to- tMattewnn and was tho
most important point in the days
Tho bulk of testimony during the
day was purely 'technical.
Tho appearance of Mrs. Wra.
Thaw is taken to mean that sho is
ready to go on the stand.
of all of the defendants named.
It he persists In his refusal, the
petitioners say that they will servo
the papers upon Mrs. Eddy person
ally, and compel her to appear In
court or acknowledge that she Is
physically unable. Under tho New
Hampshire law, they will bo able to
do this by leaving the papers at
her front door.
police say nearly SOO pieces of Jow
olry havo been recovered.
Tho police albo claim that Hoopcs
has confessed and said that he had
an uncontrollable deslro to search
and rob houses. He says his father
la a wealthy Kokomo, Indiana, law
yer. It was stated at tho office of
tho president of tho college that
Hoopcs was dismissed several weeks
ago for poor scholarship.
Gxeatly Pleased With Their Act
ney, Sunbury, Tiffin, Urbana, Utlca,
Wapakoneta, West Alexandria, and
President Roosovolt, It Is undor.
stwd, will appoint all tho postmast
ers again within a fow days, and
they will be enabled to take office,
their nr.mes coming up for confirm,
atlon when the senate meets again
NEWARK BANKER MUST
SERVE HIS SENTENCE
Columbus, O., March 5. -Tho su
premo court today denied tho mo
tion of James Lingafolteri tho con
victed Newark banker, to have his
caso reviewed in tho highest .court.
His sentence as four years.
MRS. DAN R. HANNA
ASKS FOR A DIVORCE
Cloyolandt March, 6. Illwaboth
Gordon Hanna, wr of Dan R. Han.
nn. enn nt Uha Into Mils. m.nns -
nn, son ofUhe late Ohio senator, to
day sued for' ky divorce, charging
abandonment 1nd extreme cruelty.
- HunU11 'l9 "ll1""'' ,
Mt. Carmcl, Fa. March
5. Tw.qnty-sovon workmen
woro injured, ono fatally
by an explosion of dyna
mite in tjhe .Richards colliery.
MT. UNION STUDEMS
ARRESTED FOR ROWDYISM
Alliance. 0. March 5. Mt.
Union student engaged :'m n class
riot last night and this inoriiinir
sixteen students, including three
ministers, who nre completing cours
es, lined up hi court aftor several
horn's in jail and jnit susnended
sentences for rowdyism.
Wyandot County's Coroner
Files Verdict in the
Upper Sandusky, 0., March 3.
Coroner Jlauth icndcied a verdict
today tlint Mrs. Ann Pausch
came to her death by strangulation
at the hnnds o nn unknown per
son. Ho found no evidence to jus
tify any nnests. Prosecutor Newell
soys he is tco busy to tako action
MORE FRECKLES FOUND
ON OLD SOL'S FACE
Pittsburg, Pa. March 5. -Tiij
iiuge sun spot, whoso discovery by
Dr. John A. Brashear, the Alln
gheny astronomer, two wej'w u;.;o,
aroused so much iiitcrcit in scien
tific circles, again passed into llu.
range of vision this morning and
wan observed by Dr. Brashcur ami
P'rof. Schlcsinger of tho Allegheny
observatory. It has passed it's
prime, however, ' and is greatly de
creased' In size. '
Tho spot of two weeks ago was
really composed o a great many
pot with ouo immense one as a
nucleus. Tho combined spots had
a diametor of 133,000 miles. Tho
spot observed today wns nbont 20.
000 miles in diameter and is be
lieved to bo the muelQus of tho
gront spot. Throe other .sun spots
ranging from 8,000 to 10,000 miles
in dinmotor were also scon.
Tho tpnts ob-erved woiu scon on
tho western side of tho sum They
will bo visible for ten more days,
when thoy will gradually pass r to
tho eastern sido nnd then disappear,
as tho foco of tho sun now turned'
toward the earth x-otates to tho
SECY. OF THE INTERIOR
Washington, Marh 5. James Ru
dolph Garfield,1 of Ohio, was today,
sworn In as secretary of the in
" ' 1 ' '" ' ' 1 . 1 , .1.
Wisconsin Republican Lead-
ers Agree to Elect LaFol-
. iette's Backer.
Mattison, Wis., March G. He
publican lenders settled tho4 fight
over Spooncr's jo.it in tho 'sennto
by agreeing o elinil Isaac ,Stoph
ciihC'ii. the iMiiriiicttc inill.'ionuirc, for
tho unexpired teim.
All other candidates withdrew
wihun Stephenson was known to
neck election. Stephenson is La
General Booth Says He is
Willing to Accept Gifts'
From Carnegie and
New York, March 15. General
Booth, head of the Salvation Army
m rived this morning. Booth gave
out an intcrjrfcw saying that he
is willing to accept any money Car
negie or iKcckofc'Hor aie willinsr to
give away and will not raise (ho
question of its tnJnt. "Wo will
wash it in the tears of widows nnd
orphans and, lay it on the altar of
benevu'ent effoit," liu said. .
.Booth wants about .$.1,000,000 to
cany out'hU plans' for ' the regen
eration of sthe Kiibeerged. He will
go to Canada, ,'tlienc'o to. Japan and
says he hopes to convert tho mi
This !M probably tho general '3
last visit to America.
May be Given -Exclusive
Charge of Ohio Insane
Columbus, O. 'March 5. It is
poss:blo that wompn' may repluco
nialo attendant iinChio institutions
for the insane. .
An experiment ,o-this kind may
bo made at ouco us a result of the
investignton recently "made by Gov
ernor IInn into, tiie systems, in
other Mates. J11 Peoria, ills., asy
lumtv none hut i'onialo attendant
nro iu charge, and,, no restraint is
placed iqioii the inmates; nouo nro
secluded in wauls, no bni-s, locks
or paddel cells nro "necessary and
no drugh or mechanical restninti
such ns straight jackets aro used
in nny case.
KEEPING WARM WITHOUT Ufcl. IN THE NORTHWEST.
GUILTY OF ASSAULTING
A DEAF MUTE GIRL
Newark, March 5. The Jury In
the caso of Max McCann returned a
verdict, finding him guilty of crlmln.
al assault on Brilo (Ross,' an In.
mate of the sVntoinsUitlqn for tho
"5eaf and Dumb at Columbus. ' Sen
tence will be passed tomorrow.
McCann wns on parolo from tho
Mansfield reformatory whon tho as
sault was committed. H6 was ar.
rested after a hard battle by Chief
Sheridan, but la'cr escaped Jail and
was recaptured at Youngstown,
after attempting to shoot tho or
Wealthy Mexican Wants to
be Allowed to Dispatch
Every One of the Red
'Galveston, Te.x. March 5
statement fiom President Dinz
cijnlly that lie would die linppy if
he knew Mexico wns l'reo from
every Vaqui Indian has prompted
I'edio Alvnrado, the "mining
king" of Parral, Chihuahua, to
come lo his country's nl
lie offcis- to .spend 10,000,000
for the cqufpnicut and maintenance
of a u'giment of Indian fighters
and ftpuutrt to devote their cntiie
efCoits hunting and dispatching
liiL"i' murderous red devils, who,
In declines, nre a ciue to Mexico
and her industries, Alvnrado is a
Ciocsih who enino inti the posse
sion of many millions williin tho
past .seven years through the l'ul
millo mine, lie declnrei tho inab
ility and incompetency of tho Mex
ican iniale.s to either HtilidiiL or kill
the Yaquis and ho asks that ho
be empowcicd to lender !i: lountry
a service if it takes $20,000,000 to
accomplish tho task.
Alvnrado iccnlls his previous of
fer to pay tho government debt
which was declined nni n-k3 tiiat
this offer to remove ti puW.' enemy
be accepted. Alvnralo says ho
made his wealth out of the soil
in Mexico nnd his couiiivy is en
titled to nt least a porJO'itao of
I ho earnings, lie gives uv.iy m.iny
millions lo chanty nuium'iy.
CARLOAD OF HORSES '
OVERTURNED AT CROSSING
Plqua, O., March 5. A Cincinnati
Hnmllton nnd Dayton freight train
ran Into an open switch at tho D.
& M. crossing, east of the city, last
night, and although the engine and
three eats were overturned, there
Wtro no fatalities.
A car loaded with horses was
among those overturned, and valu
able animals were Injured, among
them a stallion worth $1000. Ambu.
lances wero sent to the sceno to care
for the trainmen, but it was found
that tho injuries received by tho
engineer, fireman, conductor nnd
brnkeinen, although very severe, will
not prove fatal.
There have probably been more
wrecks at this crossing than at any
other In tho state.
MeWHortor In St. Paul DUpatch,
His Resignation is in the Hands of London Officials and He
Will Leave as Soon as Affairs Can
London. March 5. Tho resigna
tion of Governor Swcllenhnm, of
Inmnica, has become an accomplish
ed fact and 1iq will leave that is
land as soon as his affairs can
As cabled at the lime, tho Gov
ernor sent in h'to lcsignntion Jan
uary '4'J, ns a result of tho incid
ent involving Hear Admiral Davis.
It was tho desiro of both tho
American and tho British Govern
ments to smooth tho trouble over.
NEW DOCMA ASSEMBLES
AND TROUBLE BEGINS
Troops Stationed Around the Palace Charge the Demon
strators and Several are Injured People Cheer
Douma as it Assembles.
St. l'cteiNbuig, March Ti.-Tlic
new douma opened today. Thousand8
assembled around tho palace and
greeted the deputies with cliecis.
Troops weic stationed in forco
mound the palace and ill the work-
FOR SOME HARD FIGHTING
All of Her Troops are Being Mobilized Thlrty-Thre
Thousand Men Believed to Represent Her Fighting
Strength Nicaragua Believed to Have Won
Some Unimportant Victories.
New Orleans, .March 5. Tho fol.
lowing dispatches covering recent
lighting between Honduras and NIc.
aragua were lccelvcd ere yesterday,
via steamship from Puerto Cortez,
San Marcos (Honduian frontier)
February 20 Nlcnrasuan troops set
an ambuscade on Honduras territory
near tho frontier but were driven
out by the Honuuran forces, wic
nraguan loss 14 killed, 40 wounded;
Honduras, two wounded.
fTecuclgalpa, Honduras, February
24-Genernl Lee Christmas (an Amor-
lean formorly living In .Memphis,
Tenn.), nnd General Barnhona, with
2000 men, marched for the frontier
of Nicaragua today. Thirty-five
hundred soldiers have arrived at tho
capltol from tho western department
bf Gractas Intubucn and Copan and
nre being uniformed and equipped.
These soldiers nro the famous fight,
lng' Indians called "Graclanas," men
of great valor and endurnnco, who
remember tho sacking of Cholutc.i
by Nlcaroguan troops In 1894 and
aro enthusiastic for war.
Whon this forco nrrlves Honduras
will havo on tho border between
H',000 and 18,000 troops. A reservo
Grows Tired of Fighting
and Buries the Hatchet.
Wnbhiujrton. March 5. Pcnn
.N.Uvanin nnd her statesmen having
hud enough of fightine;, .Hiutoji to
jet Philadelphia survey, nnd 3hio
iior dams, executed an nbont fnco
lait night with a big dinner given
in his honor by Representative T.
Hampton Mcore. Members of tho
Philadelphia F;vo O'clock club and
of the Grid iron club woro fellow
guests and a long list of dignitaries
Tills led to the coricspondcncc be
tween the Colonial Office and tho
Governor, in which the former.
while tentatively accepting his res
ignation, left (ho door open for
the Governor to reconsider tho mat
ter and remain nt his post, but, ac
cording lo a statement made by tho
Upper Secretary of r tho
Colonies, Winston Spencer Church
ill 111 the House of Commons yes
terday afternoon, Sncttenham now
has definitely decided not to con
tinue at his post.
ingmen's district and disorder broko
out early. The troops charged tho
demonstrations and inaiiy were in
jured. The Uouma' was formaly opened
nl neon. Golovin, u liberal, -was
of 15.000 will bo rnnldly organized.
the entire lighting forco of tho coun
try being called on.
Puerto Cortez, Feb. 26. A tele
gram from Tegucigalpa offclally an.
nounces that ex-Presdent Sierra, ex-
Mlnlstcr Rosales and tho old' cabinet
0; Sierra will fight against tho Hon
duras government with the Nlcftr.
It la reported that this combination
Instead of aldng former President
Polycarpo Bonllla to regain power,
will try to make General Sierra pres
ident. The latter has been living In
Nicaragua since his defeat for tho
presidency by Manuel Bonllla in
A lato repoit from the capltol says
that the following terms of peace
have boon presented tn President
Ztlnya of Nicaragua by President
Bonllla of Honduras and refused:
First, Immediate surrender of tho
territory ceded to Honduras by tho
decision of the king of Spain.
Second, resignation of Zalaya as
president of Ncaragua.
Third, expulsion from Honduras of
hostile emlgradoes from Nicaragua.
Fourth, payment of Honduras war
expenses to date.
headed by Speaker Cannon woro
Tho Penusylvnniu formally bur
ied I ho hatchet and smothered tho
Cleveland man in roses of flnttory.
Hut lie did not nt onco promise
thi'in a tliAty-fivo foot channel for'
t tie Delnwuie and dam No. 7 as
Hipv seemed to expect. Instead ho
delivered nn nblo Hpcech that was
n careful review of internal im
provemenU nnd a demand, for Ju
ii'lligent consideration for tjiom. ami
a comprehensive program divorced
fiom political pull and local self
Tucidentaly Burton said thatfcen
trnlizntinn of govprnmontnl powers
was progressing &n fast that state
lines would soon become indistinct.
IIo paw dangers in too I'apid march
ing : this directioii,
ed yesterday morniiir on a charge
J31 Paso, Texas, March 5. -Nine
men are reported , killed and nine
Injured in an explosion
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