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VOLUME XVI. NO. 47.
MAKION. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OOTOJSElt J), 15)07.
PIUOE TWO CBNTS.
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, SENT TO PROMINENT NEM
The Sender, Who Claims to be an Ohio Man, Notified the
Police and Later Confesses the Deed, Saying
That He Did it to Cause a Sensation.
Denver, Oct 0, --Oovernor Henry
A. Uuchtcl, DaWd II. Moffatt, pros
lilont ot the First National bank of
Denver and Chnrlps U. Kountzc, pres
ident of the Colorado National bank,
received through the' mails yestorday
inferiinl machines containing sut
flclent dynamite to havo eaused great
destiuctlon of lire anil property, had
thoy been exploded.
Fortunately, wnrnlilg had been re
ceived by Chief of Police Michael Ue
laney, who had obtained a confes
sion from Kemp V. lilgelow, by
whom thoy were mailed.
The ninchlncH received by .Moffat
and Knuntzo were tinned over to the
jkiIIco department. The one Bent to
(Governor lliiehtel was received by
the governor's privates secretary, Al
fred C. Montgomery,, who rcmotcd
the wrapper, disclosing a box with a
sliding" rover. Ills suspicions were,
aroused and ho reported the matter to
Oovernor Uuchtcl. who then informed
h(in that ho hod been warned by the
chief of police to be on the lookout
for an infernal machine,
The box was careful! opened, and it
was found to contain two sticks or
dynamite, to which wcrp attached
fuses and caps and which were packed
III, black powder. The slldlm? top
was lined with sandpaper, and
matches had been placed with their
PRESIDENT HAS NOT
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Rainy Weather is Against the Dogs and They are Unable
to Follow the' Trail reddy Is not Discouraged
. and is Ready for a Chase.
dent's plans for
Oct. !). Had
with the prcsi
liiinting and he
wu.s Urccd to abandon tho sport
until today. Ho was out of bed and
renilyfni1 broakfiaM. nt ." :,'0 jester
day but tho rain was. falling fast
Mud prodded condition which
would hnvo made it impossible
for the ogn to follow tho scent.
Thus far tliu president has not
had an oppnrl unity to fire at a
bear. Slivrtly after tlio party
Mm fed out, Hen Lally and his
litflc struck ii trail, the horn was
soiuldod for the prciiilont, but be
fore 'he '.uld enter into the chase
uiin Jiegim fallintr and the Mo
lot tho scent. This obliged (lie.
junty to let urn to camp without
Tho priwpnols arc good for an
ideal lav at: Uie sport and the
giound is in .such shapo as to
inako bom (racks distinguishable.
Tho president Kient I ho day read
mg and Inirfginar about ninpj- listen
ing 16 tnlks of Hen Tally's expeii
once as told by hipisolf in his mod
est, unassuminy way. lej)resen
(ativo iuip.lol, wjio know. every
man. including tlio nogrocs, by
BONUS OF $700,000
DIVIDED BY FINANCIERS
Anthony Brady Tells How
Wew Yook City Railway Franchises was Split
ii i n
up Some Sensations Sprung Before
Public Service Commission.
New Yui, pel, !). Anthony N.
Jlriuly, testifying before tho public
f.ervico oonuuissiou fcniil that back
ill 1002 ho llipl bouglit for $2d0
000 (lie iVniU'liiso of a company
having tho .right to build a vail,
way through Wull Mruel. lie resold
tho franchi.se to William C. Whit
neyptlien the leading spirit in Now
York's fcuiTiiru lines, at cost of
,V2')0,000., In payment Mr. llnulj
icceiveil a eheck for .7005,507.10
ifiom tm Motnmolitnn Secuntios
rdnipijny. ' Fp (o tluifc time the
MatronilltM), far ns Mr, Ilrady
)iiiev,' li'ad upt oijlereil into Hie
heads in contact with tho sandpaper,
so that thoy would havo been lighted
it the Imix was opened In tho man
ner Intended, thus causing an ex
plosion of the dynamite. The other
Infernal machines were counterumtH
of this one.
Blgelow gnvc no satisfactory ex
planation of his motive for sending
tho machines and seemed to havo no
other purpose than to causo a sen
sation, lilgelow, who Is 2t years old,
arrived in Denver sevoiat weeks ago
and secured a position an dork In a
book anil stationery store. He said
ho was tho son of C. L. Ulsclow,
superintendent of schools in Uryan,
On Sunday night nigelow notified
the police that, ho had overheard two
men talk about a plot to kill IMward
Chase., Governor lluchtel and other
prominent citizens and that Mr.
Chase's residence was to be blown
up that night. A search In the vi
cinity of the Chase residence resulted
In tho dlseoveiy of a paekngo con
taining 51 sticks of dynamite.
nigolow's story was regarded wllli
suspicion nnil ho was pl-iced under
arrest Monday night. Yesterday ho
confessed that he himself placed the
dynamite near Mr. Chase's house
where It was found, and that ho Ind
sent several infornnl machines by
SIGHTED A BEAR
his fiist name and the individual
hMory of each, ik'claic.s that to
his knowledge Hen l.ally has kill
ed oer a hundred hcjir.
Aiutllier .iccitiniili.'liuient which
distinguishes Hen nmoiiy; the coun
try folk in this icgiuu is his abil
ity to jump backward into a bar
lel, and then, uppaiciiUy, with
no exeilion, Jump out backwards,
lieu wears long while whNkors
which et'niex down lo his chin.
TJiey grow all over hi.s (Vice and
he never puts a razor to them.
They keep the iiiOMpiilocs fiom bit
ing his faco for he .sleeps most
on Hie gioiind in the woods with
his coat -initl gun for a pillow than
he does alicd. W'lion he ai lived at
Talah last Kiidnv uiht, instead
of wiiiliuir for a tra'n- to carry him
north to Iho poiirt where the prosi
di'iit wasi to Iwvo his train, and
Mart for camp, Ken si ruck off for
I he cnnchiiikes on foot and walk
ed 20 milc.s "just for exercise."
The provident, is much tuloiesled
in Jiim and liu dogs. Altogether
the paity has about d.'i d(srs, soino
of tlirni hounds, others wire-hair-ed
fox teiriers, which are good, for
(railing tho bear.
Money Paid for Worthless
Along with tjie check came in
structions from the voiinmuy'b law
yers as to what was to bo done
with tho balance of s7.' 1,000 over
tho cost pi ice. Jn accordance wilh
tho iiist.ruclioii.s Air. itiady dicw
his jioivoii'al checks a follows:
ni,0."i2.78 to William C. Wiiiluey
iflll,(152.78 t Thomas l-, Ityan,
111,1152.78 to 1. A. K. Widen
or, ,1-1 11,052.78 to William T. IIU
iiin and $1:11,028.(12 to .Moore mid
Schley, bankets. Tlicfe cIiivjUs
wero nil soul by Mr. Ur.uly lo
My. Wbitnoy. Tho books of tlfo,
VMotiiisdiiau tSccurilics company
l?qw only tlio traiisacjion with
is beihg carried now by
olitan ns an asset.
tile Metrt p-
An examination of the Metropoli
tan Securities company's book-,
since 18I1S show that President II.
II. Vrecland of Iho .street niilwny
lines, has .received .flKIO.UOO over
and above his salary for expenses.
Of thi unioiit more than .s? 1 .S."j,0f)0
is iiiiaccounted ftu by any vouch
ers, no far as the icommission '.s
experts have been able to find.
Tho Metropolitan company made a
iwind about lion of ff2.",noi) (o
Thomas' (. Qtiinii, proprietor of
the Xew Yotfc Daily News in
Auigusl 100 1, which Was just before
the ITenr.sl-'McClelhin campaign.
The loan lms never boon paid
and the Daily News h'ns susuended
Two iinymonls. for which no
vruebeiv ca nbe ftuind weie made,
by tho 'Mf'fri'pidilan Seeiuilies enin
pany to Thomas- V. l?vnn, one of
$2-1,000 in June. IflOIl, mid mndjier
or ."r'JS..")00 in August of the same
year, lloth were ohanrod to a
aeuornl exi)ene flccotinl and have
never been ilLstribuled fiiun it to
tho company's ledger. The hitler
nnyntenl was made through the
Standard Tnisl company and M'r
KyanV name doe not appca,r in
(lie Metropolitans' boohs in connec
tion with it. Van! 1"). CVavalh.
((mt'-'ol for the Afotronolitan in
terests, declared that the $2.".."00
has been paid.
Little Boy Could not Preveut
a Double Tragedy in
- :(.'oiumh..g.-i &k-Jmtem
shooting his wife, l.ninia ISutts, to
death- at- their iioiue, Frcir-Hults
.epl a bullet, through his. ab'domeii
and then swallowed a dru of. car
bolic acid and is dying in St.
'Pit.. j..i.ifi ii'iic nimiiillnil in llin
p.eence of the' tw liltle children
of Ihe coin.le. The bov tiled vain-'.V
ly to save .his mother.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 0.-A court ot
Inquiry will be ordored tit onco to
Il tho lesponslbllltv for tbu ground
ing ot the battleship Kentucky, off
Lamberts Point yestorday while ascend
InR Kllznhctli river on Its .-ay from
Hainpton loads to tho navy yard.
Tlio ship was not floated until 10
o'clock last night. Tho vessel Is ap
Envious Wall Street "Of coursel
kwT) win taiBln;
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mmm c ml
" i?rtTw&K rv "v ao y'-''wr
Maynardr,iJ Oct. !). -A -keg of
powder explo'Cd In tho home of
James .raokso., a miner, wiecked the
hous and .inju'ed tho entire family of
ton and tWoStfioanlers. .Jackson and
his daiisbterlhffici'. unci! lfi. are dv-
Ins. The otlirr Is badly
ng. The otlJ?r Is badly liurneil and
three Hinull'ichtlilren voio
Slatedt as Opposing
Pitchers in Today's
cuicago, JJiUT 0 -Mlueliuch or
Pfeister wllljfpXtcli for the Cubs to
day, 'it wiuBpfobably be Ituelliach
Solver or Muljln, probably Solver,
will banillojhiill for Detroit anil
Payno will cjm. Tho game will
start at 2 Ptffira -
Yesterday'altjl will bo played off
In Chicago, Thmsdaji Tho players
were orlglnnllyjRjtheduled to cut In
Chicago, Oct. n. .lust beforo tlio
gamq was called, Catiptaln Chance,
of the Cubs and Manager Jennings
of tho American champions, changed
their minds. Instead of Ruelbaeh.
;!'nc WJ" "end .Pftester
c'.c.a.. x "".. J.PUI!,n
dependence In Mullln to do tho twirl
ing, iu place of Slover.
MRS. OASSIE CHADWICK'S
CONDITION IS CRITICAL
Columbus, O.. Oct. O.Casslo Cliud
wlclc Is much woiso. During the night
she suffered several attacks of heart
trouble and her inliul seems to be
wandering," said prison physician
llolmlek, Wednesday." Her tem
perature reached 110 during tho
Plerp's fl.icd for too many trout, and
rt ft tf t c ff
BY A TORNADO
Lcds, Ala., Oct. 9. Fif
teen persons aro believed to
havo been killed by a tor
nado reported near hero.
The property loss is said to
havo been enormous. All
wires arc down and It will
probably bo somo time be
fore details aro received.
ft if if f rt tf if
Body of an Unknown Man
is Found on the Piling
Along Lake Erie.
Clevclail, O., Oct. n. The police
uro IvcstlgatiiiR a mysterious murder.
The body of an unknown man was
found on piling nlonj; the lake, Inside
or the city limits today. Thoro was
a bullet in the head, and the face anil
head 'wero badly bruised. It is be
lieved ho was killed by millions while
llshlng and nn attempt mailo to hide
the crime by throwing the body in
tho lake. X
All identifying marks were cut
from the clothing.
So Says the Jury After De
liberating on the Case
CMiardon. O., Oct. 9. It. N. Ford
tho l)iirton ImuKur was convicted by
tho jury that heard tho third trial
of his caso.
Tho Jury came In Wednesday after
being out twenty-four hours.
The Juroia had found the banker
guilty on tho count which charges
him with secreting with intent to
embezzlo. Ford was onco beforo
convicted but was released by tho
Tho Iluiion bank fnlleil four years
ngo for ? 1,2311.000.
I can hardly set
a nibble front a
IN CROP OF ALL CEREALS
Agricultural Department Makes Its Report and Although
There is a Shrinkago in Ciops, it is Not as Great as
Was Indicated Earlier in the Season.
Washington, Oct. I) .Tlio crop
ropurt of the ngiiciiltural depart
ment to Uctobur J, issued today,
"Condition of corn on October
I wa 7N, an compared with SO. 2
hist month; mid a ten year uvoiago
..I' 711. (i. '
"Kslimiile of average yield per
acti' i, I' j i-jnir wheat is HI. I hu.shels'
which compares, villi :i." bushels
as finally estimated in 1000; and a
ten year average of I u.. Tho
production of spring and winter
FRENCH CHURCHES ARE
ROBBED OF VALUABLES
The Separation of Church and State in France Leads to
Wholesale Robberies in Which Prominent and
Wealthy Men are Said to be Interested.
Paris, Oct. 0. A great sensation
has been caused by tho remarkable
confession of Antolne Thomas of
Clerniont-Feirauil, who was arrested,
with his mother
and Ills brother,
charged with complicity in the theft
of the famous cope of Orth, which
ut $10,000, from the church ot Am
bazae, neal' Lliubgcs.
Tlioinas, who gave Himself up to
clear his mother and brother, de
clares that after the jiassage of the
church and state separation law and
tho taking of the church Inventories
began, nntlmiaries of Paris, some of
whom mo millionaires, hired htm and
others to go through tho country and
bribe tho parish priests to surrender
the relics anil substitute counterfeits,
which could later be turned over to
tho state. Ho says this ( plan of
'iperatlon continued for months, but
as many ot tlio most valuable church
treasures could not bo counterfeited
ho finally went boldly Into tho busi
ness of wholesalo burglary. Thomas
estimated tlio amount of his robber
ies at $400,000.
Thomas says he sold the cope of
Orth to an antiquary of London for
$10,000. Ho fuither declares that
the nutlnunrles of Paris got rid of
tho'r 'plunder" in Ihiglnnd and Amer
ica, ami announces his intention to
nijike u clean breast of It and ex
pose his accomplices. who have
Anothei phase of tho case Is the
SEEKS ELECTION JOB
Inillnnapttlls. Ind.. Oct. II. Mary
Stiibbs, state statistician, today
announced her candidacy for republi
can nomination to succeed herself
She first got tho job as an appoint
ment by Oovernor Hunloy nt the
death of her father, who was tho In
iiunbent. She Is the first woman iu
Indiana ever to ask for an elective
MAD BULL TUTS A
BEAR OUT OF BUSINESS
Tori .Tervw, X. V. Oct. 0.
Vever did hull and hear fi'lit at
fiercely in Wnll-st. ie on Jacob
Schaefer's farm above Cooks falls
ye.Morday. A Aense woods bonier
Schaefer's pasture on one side and.
from the woixH the bear liiinberc1,
Tho instant the bull saw the
hear it charged ami bruin turned in
time In be butleil. rue .ierey
tVmrht flori'olv but bruin i.ivo the
bull n sweeping blow with a paw
Tho bull charged rind a born
caught the bear. At this timo
Kchnefer arrived with n. flmt gun
and the bear wUs Killed.
OAR BARN AND 125
STREET OARrf BURNED
Mow York. Oct. f. VI ro in tlio
1Kb street car barns, today, burned
125 enloctric cars with u total loss
of ? 100,000. Tho firo was near soino
big tenement houses and the occu
pants wore panlo stilcken, Thousands
of frenzied foreigners packed tho
w In-ill combined is about fi2",.r)0r,00O
bushels, (Mimp.iicil with 7;ir,2(i0,970
bu. as finally climated ki year ago.
The nvcrnae ipmlity of Sring when"6
is SS.S as compaied with S3.fi in
"An average yield of oats ff
about 2.'1.." bu. per acie is indicat
ed, iu compared with '11.2 bu. fin
ally cslitualcil iu 100(1, and a ten
vcar erase "f '10.1 bu. n total
jiel.l of nboiil 711,.')21.000 lnishels
is indi-'ited. lis compaied with
0(M.!,04..VJ2 Jin. finally esliiuated
discover of letters at the Thomas res
idence Indicating that they had been
engaged In the performance ot Illeg
al operations upon society women.
Thomas apparently was a respect
able merchant In Clermont-Ferrand.
Tho dramatic fashion in which
iliomns surrendered himself rcuils
inc. line me ueiecwvcs were
searching London and Paris for hlui.
Antolno Thomas quietly returned to
Clermont-Ferrand and disguised In a
cloak and hood ho visited tho local
cafes and listened to his neighbors
talk about his disappearance. Later,
ho disguised himself as a workman
and went boldly Into his ovn shop
whci'e be saw the jwllco search the
Monday he wrote a letter to a loc
al newspaper, announcing his return
and saying that he would give him
self up tlio next day. Thereupon the
police redouble their efforts to flml
the man, but without success. Yes
terday, to their stupefaction, ho
walked Into the police station.
Thomas declares that on bis trav
els lie found other men engaged in
similar work ad this indicates that
tho systematic plundering of churches
hnd been organized on an extensive
scalo. Kvcn stained glass windows
have been taken out and replaced with
an Inferior articlo, whllo tho sub
stitutions of imitations for priceless
bronzes, ivories, paintings and tnpes
trlci havo been innumerable. It Is
ibellevd that almost all the treasuries
were hold In Kuglnnd or America.
Dr. Carl Liebkneckt Faces
the Supreme Court in
Lelpsic. (Jennany, Oct. ft. Charged
with treason, bemuse of his utter
ances in pamphlet attacking mllltuiy
Ism, urging tlio apt end of sedition
among the fie nn an soldiers and the
Inoculation of the young men with
socialistic Ideas before thoy are con
scripted for military duty, Dr. Carl
Liebkneckt, leader of tho radical rev
olutionary wing of tho dermaii social
ist party, is hi ought to trial before
tho supremo court hero today. Not
in years nas a criminal trial attract
ed so much attention.
SALOON KEEPERS ARE
FINED ONE HUNDRED EACH
Youugstown, Oct. U. Fines of
$100 and costs woro assessed Wednes
day 'igalnst 02 baloou keepers, who
pleaded "guilty to tho recent grand
Jury Indictments, charging them with
Keeping their place open on Sundays.
rAY MAGILL BOSSES THE
SELECTION OF THE JURY
Decatur, .Illinois, Oct. U. -Fay Oru-
liam .Magill Is directing the selection
of tho' jury that will try her and
Fred Magill, hor banker hUBbaud, on
a charge of petting MnglU'B first wife
to end her own llfo, so thoy might
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