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Minister Hayathi Gives Authoritative Interview Hopes
' 'to Stop all False Rumors Says Immigration
Question is the Only Serious Problem.
Toklp, Nov. 8 Tho ofllclal sil
ence BO' long consistently, maintain
ed, ')y Japan on the stlbjcct of tho
rotations of tho United States
, uttd-ifXapan In connection with tho
persistent reports of friction, was
brokon by a Press Interview with
Minister of Foreign Affairs Hay.
He prefaced his 'statement by
expressing tho hope that a sin.
cere pronouncement by tho for
eign minister of Japan and its
publication through the Press
vwoud prevent further mlsropre.
sejitatlon and Anally result In
accrediting, those who aro con
stantly circulating false and harm,
fill .reports. He spoko not only
as a foreign minister but as rep
resenting the sentiment of tho en.
tire cabinet and the public.
Minister Hay ash 1 then said that
the, relations between Japan and
America wero as smooth and cor
dial as' ever, and .that the causo
of civilization, m well as commun -
Hy of interest, domanded their
' hurting peace and friendship.
Tht full weight may bo given
n the Interview, It Is proper to
State that It was granted by tho
foreign mlnlstor only after lengthy
cfipMeration1 of tho propriety of
a'm'JMclal statement at this time.
., tfUnterrHayashl admitted that
-" tA"i;imlg,ratlon question was the
iBMVerlotiB matter and was up-
MffBojit. n the public mind, but
1S ' m. fcrWM A positive that It would be
X k ' ' WtlWwwithout friction. Already
C'ni. .UydSfJMittciUy has been decided.
HflK ,' W'upatrtl .emigration In such al
HfWM, positive mat it wouia do
tthttMme ,time conform to tho
wahe8 of the American govern
ment, and Is taking most active
steps In this direction.
' Tho forqlgn minister believes
that Japan will bo able to solve
the' question In this manner, it re.
quiring only tho
patlenco of tho
BANDITS IN RED AUTO DO
MODERN JOB OF BURGLARY
Dressed in Latest Style They Steam Into Kentucky Town,
: Dynamite Bank and Escape Bloodhounds
- ' , ' on Trail.
Florence. Ky.. Xov. 8. Flvo hand
somoly dressed cracksmen dashed
Into iPlorenco early today In a
red Vutomobllo, dynamited the eafo
in the Floronco Dopoalt Dank,
partially, wrecked tho building and
Firemen Carry Women and
,' Children fnom a Burning
Flat in Chicago.
Chicago, Nov. 8. Fire oarly this
tnpralug consumed a Hat building on,
Wwjt Mh street, and fourteon fam
illee'iwore rendered homeless. Wbra
hanv QoloJV agod 10, was burned to
deaH, ,atut Mrs, Dora Lavln, And
Mrs, Jlay Benjamin Jumped from the
' tljlrd story windows and recolved fa
tal Injuries , on the pavement. Sev
eral othersere badly burned or In
jured by jumping, The Iremon res
cued, a number of women and children.
COTTPM PRODUCT FALLS
,, $A BILOW LAST YEAR
Washington, No'v. 8.1 The census
'burea'ifu, today reported that com-
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NO FEAR OF
peoples of both countries. Ono
thlpg certain 1b that tho Japan,
cso government is not sollcltlous
for tho immigration of Its peoplo
into any country. During the m
tervlew Minister Hayashl said;
i "Tho only thing causing doubt
In tho mind of the public here
is tho immigration question, but
far from being unduly excited, the
people of Japan aro satisfied to
rest tho caso, In full confidence
that It will bo adjusted in a
manner worthy of both nations,
by tho falr.mlnded people of
America, who havo earned that
name by a pro-omlnontly jiiBt and
liberal policy In tho extronn East
during tho last half century.
"According to roporta from
various sources, dealing with what
Is called tho tfapaneso situation, It
appears certain that a portion of
tho press of tho United Statos,
bent on representing an ultimata
conflict with Japan ns Inevitable,
and In order, apparently, to sub.
. serve this special 'purpose, inagnl'
fy events of trifling importance,
Into matters portending grave con.
sequences. Facts that can bo ox
plained easily and naturally by
tho commonest kind of common
sense, aro commented on and coll.
ed Into question on Borne far
fetched. Impossible hypntheslB. and
tho uninitiated public gradually Is
led Into the vague belief that tho
relations of Japan and 'the United
States are nnythlng but smooth
and cordial. These misrepresen
tations aro " Incomprehensible, and
we are wnable to explain thorn ex',
cept upon the grounds of a finan
"The repeated publication, abroad
of Intimations of strained relations
is doplorablo. chiefly on account
of tho painful effect It cannot fail
to produco upon commcrco, a
dolicate plant which thrives only
In tho genial atmosphore of
mutual confidence and cordial in
after firing a volloy att tho citi
zens who rushed to tho bank, guyo
them tho laugh and sped down
tho plko. Examination of tho bank
showed that no money was tttkon
from tho safe. Bloodhounds aro
on tho trail,
ploto roturns sliblvcd fl,107i000
bales of cotton ginned from tho
growth of 1007 to Novomhor 1, as
compared with 0.000,345 to corres
ponding date last year.
Farmer Suffers an Awful
. Death iu Sight of Bis
Uhritihsvllle, 0., Nov. 8, Jacob
Heltz, a farmer, went to his barn
last night to fowl tho stock, and
while In tho haymow, ho overturned
the lantern, setting Aro to the hay.
He tried to escape through a small
window, but with his head and arms
through, his body stuck, and ho was
roastod to death In sight of his help
less familyt the burning building
showing his death agonies, The wife
falnUd at the sight.
MABION, OHIO, TBIDAY EVENING,
President Arranges to Send
Fleet on Record Trip to
AVashlngton, Nov. 8. President
Rose volt will himself start the big
battleship fleet on its record-break
ing voyage to the Pacific. Official
announcement was mado at the White
Houso today, that the commantlor-In-chlof
is planning to go to Hampton
Roods on tho Mayflower, leavlnc
Washington on December 15. to re
view the fleet beforo It sails De
comber 1G. Ho will give a reception
to tho captains of the ships on board
his yacht, at which ho will hand
them a little wholesome advice and
wish them God-speed.
High Premium Rates Bring
. Out Millions and Finan
cial Stringency Is
Now York, Nov. 8. Tho magnet
or high ipremium rates for cur.
rency is attracting tho money
hoarded by depositors in steel
vaults and strong boxes, and with
in tho last two days over $.',000.-
000 hns been ontlced from its
hiding places and Bold for a
premium to money brokers-. The
placing of these large amounts of
hoarded currency Into circulation
Is", performing its Important part
In lessening theiUHMWAiary strin
gency. ' '
T1jg falling oft of the premium
rate for currency from n 1-2 to 3
per cent was brought about by the
largo amount of gold and sllvor
that was taken from safo deposit
vnults and offered for sale. Pur
chases of currency mado yester
day wore generally for out.of.town
account, and brokers state that
currency bought hero Is boing dis
tributed to agricultural nnd In
dustrial contors where It Is most
Ovor $1,000,000 was drawn from
depositors today nnd sold to
monoy brokers. Safo deposit com-
i.. -ninrt n stfindv Btream of
poopo visiting tho vaults
CUNARD LINER MAKESl
RECORD BREAKING RUN
Xow York, Nov. 8. A. now rec
ord of four dnys, 18 hours nnd 40
minutes for tho Queenstown, Sandy
Hook run, was bo up today,, when
Big Cunard Uncr Lusltanla reached
this nort after a run of ono hour
nnd ij. minutes better than (her
nrovlous world's record. Tho big
Cunnrder also broko tho record for
groat amount of gold carried by a
slnglo steamer, bringing over $12,-
8L M3! ' 4N
"THERE THEY GOT
y "HERETHEY COMEl" '
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3Ql,lf0 'or tho relief of tho flnan.
tu .situation in tltln country.r t i
About 200 Postal Strikers
Seek Reinstatement and
Are Turned Out.
iNow York. Nov. 8. About 200
former jemploycs of tho Postal Tele
graph and .jCablo company, who ap
plied for their old places In the
company's main office In this city
were told there was nothing for them
that all vacancies had been filled.
'I wish," salU ono woman who loft
the building In tears, after she hnd
been told that there was no work for
her, "that the advice of former Presi
dent small in urging against a gener
al Btrlko had been accented."
A man whose placo nlso had been
permanently filled, In speaking of the
action of former President Small, said
Mr. Smair-ttns represented to us as
tho enomy of our Interests, and wo
wero led to believe that the time was
opportune to got what we wanted.
Nowl wc know better."
SECRETARY TAFT WELL
PLEASFD OVER ELECTION
Manila, Nov. 8. Secretary Taft
has definitely decided to return homo
by way ot Vladlostok, through Sl-
through the American consul at Vlad-
AW MA I COOKED
I DEATUT HOSPITAL
Insane Pattest aTAthens State Institution is Placed in a
BathiTub and Scalding Water Turned Upon
Her Awful Story Revealed.
l'omeroy, O,, Nov. 8. 'A talo of
tho most shocking cruelty to a
patient of the Athons tatu Hospi
tal has just leaked out. To date
not more than n dozen of tho em
ployes or tlto lnBtitutloii know of
It, and every one of them has
been pledged to secrecy, It is said..
Ono of the number, however, has
told of it and has eaid that If tho
Governor will promise protection
he nnd others, will glvo all tho
particulars of the horrible affair.
Alary J. North, a Vinton Coun.
ty pntlont was' received at tho In
stitution on Soptombor 12. Sho
was past 70 years of ago and qutto
feeble, but was very unruly and
tho day following her admission
wns put In a "straight jacket."
That night, Instead ot boing
given a bed, Bho was taken Into
n bathroom at tho far end of
tho hall and, with nnother patient
was chained to tho bath tub and,
locked In tho room for tho night.
Durlug the night tho othor pntlont
nrtly freed herself, nnd getting
THE FOOTBALL TEAM.
NOVEMBER 8, 1907.
berla and Europe ,( Ho Jins received,
ivost6k the insurance of (he Ilusslan
govWniricnt- that the? recent disturb
ances' there will 'have n6 effect on
his plans. Vho secretary will sail
from here at noon on Sunday, on the
flagship. Rainbow, as the guest of
Itcar Admiral Hemphill, nnd will
reach Vladivostok In tlmo to take a
train on tho Siberian railway on
Secretary Taft expressed great sat
isfaction with the result of tho elec
tions In the United States, though he
does not believe they nro indicative
of the attitude of tho people on na
tional Issues. He Is gratified with
the Republican victory In Kentucky,
although ho expected it, and Is
pleased with the result of tho contest
for the mayoralty of Cincinnati.
The secretary at noon today attend
ed a reception tendered by tho as
sembly In his honor, but has declined
tp accept any engagements for tonight
having decided to devote the time bo
fore his doparturo to rest.
MAN USES PIPE FOR GUN
AND THEN FILLS A CELL
Springfield, Nov. 8. A pipe may
sometimes serve as a good substitute
for a revolver when suddenly drawn
from a hip pocket for a bluff for
footpads, but Frcd Thompson will
think twice before he tries It again.
He got Into a quarrel In a cigar
stoie last night and flashed the stem
end or his pipe. Ho was promptly
arrested nnd this morning had to
appear In police court after a night
In tho city prison on a charge of
carrying concealed weapons. He was
released when the facts became
within leach of the faucets, turned on
the hot water and allowed It to run
until It had overflowed the bath tub
and poured over the side and onto
thu helpless Mrs. North until her
fle3h was literally cooked. She
screamed in agony for help, but It
wns almost midnight before her cries
were answered, and when she was
finally rescued she was almost dead.
The doctors were at onro called, and
gave her medical attention, but she
was so unuiy nuniea mat sue couui
not recover. Sue died October 24,
nnd the following day her body was
shipped to her friends In Vinton
All knowledge of the nflair has
been kept from tho Board of Man-
ngcis and from Governor Harris, so
say the attendants who havo tnlked
of the matter, and it will .not bo giv
en out unless Governor Harris will
agree to protect the witnesses after
thoy tell their story. If the Governor
will give such a pledge they will
tell what they know, and thus en
able tho board to Ox tho respon
sibility for tho death of tho old
VORYS SLATED TO RETAIN
JOB AS INSURANCE HEAD
Senator' Foraker Will Probably Not Oppose Taft Man
ager's Reappointment Forecast of Ohio Political
Affairs From One Who Knows.
Columbus O., Nov. 3. .Whether
or not Arthur I. Vorya will bo
deposed as manager of tho Taft
presidential campaign, as has been
reported In eastern papers, It Is
being claimed that President Roose
velt is not entirely satisfied with
tho conduct or tho canvass, It Is
certain thnt Vorys, If ho cares to
do so, will retnln Ills position ns
state commissioner of Insurance as
long as Gov. Harris can keep him
Harris does not want Vorys to
leslgn and tho Insurnnco men of
tho stnto also want him to retain
tho position. It nil depends on tho
Vorys was appointed Insurance
commissioner tho Inst time by Gov.
Horrlek. but tho appointment was
not confirmed by the Democratic
s"nato which soucht to clear tho
f'nto nnd make wav fm r.nv rnt.
tlio'n's nnnolnfces However, nelth-
r Tattlson nor Harris appointed an
iiimimnco commissioner nnd Vorvs
Is holding tho placo through suf.
U Is understood that Inasmuch
- thn nr"ent coventor Ir a rtc
nulillmi and there Is no chance
o rot t TVmocrnt Into tho offW
of Insiirniicn cniiiniliatoncr. the
"Mi a tor" linvr- chnncd front and
oro iviiiin" to confirm Vorv's an.
nMnfmcnt If It Is made 1v Gov
Hnrrln. Tlownvor. the nrnvernor,
who will hnvo to nsV innnv fnv.
ors from the Tlomncratlc ponnte In
tho wpv of locplnton. will not
lnicV ncnlnpt It bv naming Vnrvs
to nnccno.i hlnTiolf If ho loams that
tho pnnnto Is not favorable to the
It Is ntafod with some doeroo
or nnthorltv 'lint fhoro Is no op
position to Vorvs' reappointment
American Federation of Labor will Get Into Politics with
a Vengeance and Demand that Congress Transfer
a Part of the Court's Power from the Bench
to the Jury Box.
Washington, Nov. S. An anti-In
junction demonstration will piobably
bo the feature of next week's labor
convention In Norfnlk. The courts,
whlch issue, and tho employers, who
soliclt Injunctions', will bo fiercely ar-
RosolutloiiB will piobably be adopt-
cd urging congress more vigorously
DIE THE DAY
Bride and Groom Are Asphy
xiated in Pennsyl
yilkcBbarro, Pa Nov. 8. Tho
bodies ot .Mlchnol Cautllu and
his brldo whom ho married last
night woio found In their apart
niont in 11 local hotol today, both
having beon accidentally nsphyxlat.
6d by Illuminating gus.
Cantlln und his brldo, who was
tormorly Mrs, Eliza Nugent, wero
uged fifty-five1 and forty.flvo. After
their wedding last night thoy took
apartments at tho hotel and short,
ly before noon tho odor or gas
was detected coming Horn lliolr
Tho door was foiced open und
both wero found dead in lied.
An Investigation showed that tho
gas had been accidentally turned
FBIOE TWO 0MT
from any Republican faction, de
spite reports that Senator l'orakor
would like to sco him removed
becniiHo of his activity In behalf
of Secretary Taft. It Is said to 'bo
highly improbable that Senator
l'orakor will tako a hand in
tho arfnlr unless ho is given as
surance thnt Vorys' nppolnment
would not bo confirmed by tho
Democratic senate. Under theso
iiiciiuons no might make
gestlon to the governor.
Vorys scoffs ot tho reports In
tho oast to tho effect that tho
reelection of Tom L. Johnson as
mnvor or Cleveland lias eliminat
ed Tart rrom tho presidential race.
Mr. Vorys regards tho defeat of
Representative Rurton by Johnson
ns Involving no nntlonnl questions.
It Is said hero however that,
the elect Ion has strenethonod Sena
tor Foraker nt 1ont In Cincinnati.
"'"I snulMiorn Ohio becauRO o
me mcr tnnt Cincinnati ousted
roronspv from nfllco nnd nlnrnd
Fornker's friend. Gporirp R Cor
in the saddle ncaln. Cox thcroforo
mnpt be recnncldere.i In tho mnfcn
iin nf tlm Ohio doleirntlon to tho
nntinnnl Itonnbllcnn convention.
It Is expected that Cox will lav
his nlans to lie i deletrnto at Inreo.
to the national convention. Tills
"111 lonvp the other three places
to FnrnVer. Pcnntor Dick nnd Gov.
ttsirrls (hup lonvinu out Vorvs.
w.vldonllv tho flclit In Ohio for
delpctates at large la golng to bo
One of tho Vlantfjeant rosults of
tho Ohio election Is n rumor thnt
Johnson will ho n candidate for
president. Another Is thnt Johnson
Is nlreadv plnnnfng to nominate
Mnvor Ttrand Whitlock of Toledo
to tiansfer fiom the bench to the
Juiy box the jiowor to punish f1'
contempt outsldu of the court room.
It Is picdlcted that the nntl-Injunc-
tlon light will fully commit tho Amer-
.'can Fedoiutlon or iJibor to politics
nn" force it to iignt tor tnose anui-
.dates, who can be dopended on to
advance unionism's cause. J
Sandusky Doctor. Who Dis
appeared Last April
Sandusky, O. Nov, 8--
S, Mct'lolhina, who, when ho mys
teilously disappeared fiom this
city last Apt II, was coroner of Krlo
county, lotuined yehterday.
Ho sujs ho was disco u ragod
when ho went uwuy and decldd
to go west and begin life anew,
although ho uns ovor fifty years
old. Ho wont to Kaphas, working
wheiovor ho could get u job, and
finally mado" up his mind to, go
still further west.. At Spokane ,1ih
decided to loturn and sent a tejo.
gram to his wlto here, asking her
to see that Ills office was not de
clared vacant. A few hours before
tho niessngo nrrlvod Dr. ill, Tt.
Southwlck has been appointed cor
oner by tho commissioners. J
Dr. McClelland will "reopen h&
olfico hero nt once, Ho says ' he
will begin llfo nil over. , 5
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