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TOLUAEE XVI. NO. 77.
AGAINST KAISER W1LHELM
Mob of Unemployed Socialists is Beaten Back by a Large
?., Force of Police "Tack" Williams Harangues the
City for Banqueting German Ruler while Eng
' lyondon, Kov. j.-Flerco rlot
IpK. occurred in tlie etrcota, this
aftornoon, between strong bodies of
police and a throng of socialists,
bent on a demonstration against
'A monster mooting, mainly of
Unemployed worklngmon, was held
on Tower Mil, at which "Jack"
Williams, tho socialist leader.
fiercely excoriated tho city nuthorl.
ELEVATOR FAILS AND
THREE IN WILL DIE
Operator Loses Conttorof the Car in the McKinley Hotel
y- in Canton and it Shoots to the Roof, Breaks its Fas
k '' tenings and Drops to the Basement.
t-Caijton, O., Kov, ia Three men
were fatally injured by the falling
Of'an elevator In the HcKlnloy ho
tel ) from' the roof to tho basement
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awWentr occurred. Jonn iiurpny,
ellboytalHo was In tho car.
ffjWimncar tho third 'floor Won
derljr'lost control of tho vehicle,
and lt shot up to tho roof, strlk.
ingjh$ ceiling with great forco.
Immediately on encountering tho
beams It broko all connections and
fell down tho shaft.
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When hotel mon reached tho In
jured men iWonderly was found to
Burton's Defeat Seems to have had More Effect upon Taft
'Outside of Ohio than in the State Third Term Talk is
. Believed to be a Dodge to Hold the Fort for Taf t
Hughes Appears to be Gaining Ground.
'.Washington, Nov. 13. Ono sonntor
and some' lesser statesmen went to
the Whlto House yesterday morning
to shout "third term" from the front
sops. This Is significant as show
ing how quick public men are to
selje upon an easy way to get their
names In tho papers,
Dosplto croaklngs of political sooth
sayers and clairvoyants, tho problem
of Republican presidential politics lu
still unsettled. Tho fight now Jooks
Jlko the preliminary, stage of Chl
noso warfare, which was dovotcd to
an effort,' to senro tho onomy to death
wth falSo facet? and tomtom beat
ing Noise, however, never captured
but one city, and If thero Is a tot
tering Jericho in tho presont situa
tion, flt 'is the refuge for Fairbanks
andpanhon anyway, and they have
ceased; 'to count .
.(Most of the recent (Jin has bcei
based., on, the theory that It was a
ajatjonal RepubJIcnn convention, with:
er than a qlectlon held In Clevoland
Nov. 5.'yhlle two Urilred Sfutes sen.
afors may( bo pardoned a sly gr' at
what happened to a rival on that oc
caslri, and whllo thero will now
ip'ppbably bo less talk of "eliminat
ing'1 'Senator Foraker. It is hard to
see f hero (he .Ohio municipal elec
tions lost Secretary Taft any delo-Wtea.-
"Mr, Purtoiij despite his defeat,
w' stljl lead'aB largo a Taft delega
tion from Cuyahoga county to the
state convention as beforo. The sen-
, ators, hal counted on a final break
B-)tae Taft, forces by tyalcolm
arihner. tho "successful niinmim
bo4'and e'has.jpubllcly renewed his
m $w ra,tport ' -; '
tlqs for hanauollng the foreign
ruler, whllo thousands of English
men stnrvo In tho strqets. Tho pro.
cession hurried in tho direction
of St. Pauls, hoping to lntorcopt
tho kaiser's procession, but a
forco of police barred tho way. Tho
pollco drew their maces nnd began
beating tho demonstrators bock
by main forco, nnd finally repulsed
have Buffered a broken back, crush,
ed head nnd Inturnnl Injuries, Ho
also was frightfully burned by a
current of electricity from tho
dynamo which ran the car.
ho was hurt Internally.
Tho hotel authorities hurried the
three unfortunates to Ingloslde hos
pltal and sent six physicians to at
tend them. At a lato hour last
night thoy expressed no hopo for
Wondorly or Dovornux nnd but lit
tlo that Murphy, the leaBt Injured
of tho three, would recover.
Tho causo of tho accident has
not been lenrned.
Outside Ohio, Mi', llurton's do-
feat has hurt tho Taft prestige, but
for t,hat tho secretary has no one-to
thank but himself. He ana the pres
ident went out of their way to aty-
sumo responsibility for n posslblo fle-
reat in a puieiy municipal oiection,
and tho Taft leaders have no right
to complain, as they do, becauso ont
sldo people chargo them with a lk'k,-
nig wncro uiero was none innintcii
on tboir causo.
ilut at tho worst, tho spreading of
this talo of a licking glon tho Taft
boom Is not fatal. Tho worst nnd
boat outlook for tho Tnft boom is still
centered, as boforo tho Cleveland
eloctlons, In ono man. President
Itoosevolt and his popularity aro re
sponsible for tho weird features that
make such a puzzlo of this procon
Tho first task, of a president-mak-
erf ordinarily, Is" to fix his candidate
In roo popular mind as either tho In
evitable or tho popular choice. That
was tho sccrot of tho Hnnu-.McKfn-loy
Bjiccess In 189C.
jWhon Secretry Taft returned from
Panan'a last spring ho was given tho
best start In this direction that a
candidate ever had. Ills chlof stood
aside to glvo him tho limelight, the
papers were full of him, ho was tho
gossip of the hour. In loss than six
mantlis tho Taft talk has largely
dropped and It Is "Roosovelt, Roose
velt, 'Roosevelt. "
Of courso another offort will bo
made when M' war secretary comeB
homo from, hls world belting trip,.
Rut closo as ho will have to stnnd
tho political star of this decade It
aaw.oro qtSJpf-fils loity.IJeflso
was ft&nju rJiRer naJtXrr Jt,u.rnn '
fiadk? nlmi" i?ea(l "wero cruthecT and
0ontinuetl on P"go rour-
MRS. BRADLEY'S TRIAL
LIS RESUMED TODAY
Washington Nov. i;).Mrs.
Urndloy's trial on tho charge of
murder was resumed today. Tho
oxamlnntlon of talesmen for tho
jury was begun at once.
JURY IS SECURED
TO TRY BANKER WALSH
Chicago, Nov. 13. The Jurywhlch
will try banker John It. Walsh for
bank wrecking was completed a noon.
Tho government this afternoon began
tho statement of its case against
Hercules Torpedo Plant is
Blown up Three Work
Hradnor, O., Nov. in. Tl' plant
of tho Hercules Torpedo company,
located one mile cast of this
placo, was completely- demolished
by an explosion at 7:3() this morn
lug. An employe named Washburn,
was blown to pieces and two other
workmon, William Cisco and Hugh
Kaston, wero fatally Injured. 'I ho
loss to tho company will bo
Jviitor Cisco died of his Injuries.
John Washburn, another vlcltm, waB
the superintendent of tho plant. Tho
town of Dradnor was little damaged.
Kaston may recover.
Husband Kills His Wife and
Her Admirer by Stretch
ing a Wire Across
Homo, Nov i:i. l!unkof Ilerton!
a many times millionaire was ar
rested today for
i,iiii,r i,iu wifn
and nor rich admirer named Zor-
UortoUl heard thorn planning a
midnight auto trip and stretched
a who across tho road thoy woro
to tako. Dashing along, tho wlro
caught tho woman and liar com.
panlon by tho neck nnd thoy
woro nearly beheaded. llertonl
boasts of tho success of his plan.
THE PASHIONS NEXT
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WilUsot be on the United
States Coins if Roose-
'velt Can Prevent it.
WaRhjURton, Nov. i;),"ln God
Wo -Trust' will not bo upon nny
United fttates coin designed In tho
futuroH-'if tho president can pro
vent thquso of that motto. Ho
has written a vigorous letter on
tho subject, copies of which aro
n(w bolnj; mailed to all who have
sent linn' protests.
Tho president snys thero Is not
wnrrantln tho law for tho uso of
thoso words on Iho coin and ho
considers?. Us uso In that connec
tion closo to sncrollglous.
Six Persons Injured in a
Latastropne IN ear
MansfieM, 0,, Nov. ?. A
land andSSouthv.cstcrn traction car
was wrecked at Stewar,! eiosslug, near
The switch filled to
work nronerly and the body of tho
car waslfcfled from the trucks Into
the, ditchH(Tbo trucks continued on
Tho liWed: Peter Sanders, 1
Line, aM4,AVllllam Swltzer. r
(All wore had.ty, Injured
KftrFlve Dflvs H Lived in a
Mine on Mine
Mahnnoy City, l'a., Nov. i;. To
tho great surprise and joy of tho
ontlro community, Mlchaol McCabe,
tho miner entombed d in Draper
I mlno, at Gllbortoii, and thought to
the curvet mould be Uken out of women's
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wMalsfleldlIrs Hognnder, of liullan-appll8;.'l-,;JotiaPrtpllner,
andPj(fn'vJITaylor, of Toledo;' Sund
M?ai4wiwdfrahj put ated . ys- ?
J soiv 'Py
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NOVEMBER 13, 1907.
bo hopelessly burled, wns" rescued
today. After living flvo days on
mlno oil ho was taken out limp
nnd wenk, but still conscious and
apparently not seriously affected
by his long Imprisonment.
McCabcs .wlfo and threo small
children, who hnd stayed with tho
rescuers through the long offort to
save him, wero overcome with Joy
.irs MeCnbo fainted.
Trust Manipulation Falls
Heaviest on His
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 3.Tho
farmer is the real victim of tho
trusts and monopolies and ho can't
light back, becauso a farm trust Is
Impossible, according to .M. J.
llaclicldur of Concord, Sow Ifamp
shlio, master or the National
Grange, lu his address liefoio tho
annual convention of Iho Organi
zation here, todaj.
"Whatever Injustice may bo oc.
casloned by tho existence of trusbt
which nro nblo to rontrol tho out
put nnd fix tho prices of products
falls heaviest upon tho farmer for
his is, and must remain, a com
petitive Industry." said narholdor.
C. M. Freeman, of Tippecanoe
City, tho nntlonnl secietnry report
ed tho organization to be In a
Two Girls at Greenwich
ICist Greenwich. II. I., Nov. 13.
A boiler explosion, early today, blew
out ono end of the dormitory at
Greenwich academy. It was followed
by a flro. Miss Florence Ulssell, aged
10 nnd Miss Hester Gould, ned 1G.
both students from Connecticut, were
"fatally Injiircd. and a number of
.others were less seriously Injured.
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DAUGHTER IS BORN TO
ITALY'S ROYAL HOUSE
Home, Nov. j;t.Tho queen 'of
Italy had given blrlli to a daugh
ter. Until mother and daughter aro
doing voll, Tlie princess will bo
US TO THIS.
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SECRET SERVIUL IN
RAID CHICAGO LOTTERY
Tickets, Checks and Lottery Paraphernalia are seized by
the Officers and a Number of Arrests are Made
Other Arrests will be made in a Number of
Cities where the Company Operated.
Chicago, Nov. 13. Sccict Sorvlco
agentH, early today, raided three Chi
cago offices of the Old Ucllablo Guar
anty Loan Co., also that of Mm tin
II. Fountain, a Flushing Company.
Thoy say tho Guaranty company Is ;i
gluantlo lottery. Thousands of tick
ets, checks and other lottery para
phernalia woie seized
T). LI. Jones, alias D. I Klwum.
wiiom tno secret service men say
managed the concern ror men higher I
up was anested as was also Miss
Cora Green .(ones' secretary .loliu
STEVE ADAMS' CONFESSION
IS PRESENTED IN COURT
He Tells of the Plot Against Former Governor Steunenberg
and Implicates Simpkins and Pettibone Some Light
Thrown on the Dynamiting at Independence
Confession was Made in Idaho Penitentiary.
iRathdrnm. Idaho, Nov. i:).'lho
confession of Move Admits, made
In tho olllco of the wnidqn of
'. i IKlil. in mo presence or James
Mcl'aitland, a I'lnkorton detective
of Molllo .McGulro faino, nnd V,
13. Hopkins, wns introduced in
evidence at tho trial of Adams
for the murder of Fred Tyler at
Rathdrum. Idaho, yesterday. '
In the confession Adams Is quot
ed as saying that ho met Moyor
Ilnjwood and Pettlbono In Color,
ado "the summer following Arthur
Collins' ahsasslnatlon at Tulerlde"
and that hn had been Intimately
acquainted with thoni up to the
time ho left Colorado.
"'I hey told mo to iro to Tilnlin
and meet Jack Simpkins," Adams kins' claim, about i. mllo abovo
Is quoted as saying, "That he, tho head or navigation of tho St.
wanted to see mo on some business Joe.
lu legnrd to ev.Governor Stouuen-: "There wero some jumpers In
berg and that I would meet him Ihoio," Adnms Is quoted as say
near Wallace, Idaho, at Wardner, I ' ing.
,)plPV0-" I -'Simpkins said that If I, helped
Tho confession deals with pre. him to got ild of thoso fellows
llinlnary talk about tho proposed ho would glvo mo $nnn. Twjo of,
assassination of Governor Stoun- these men woro killed." ' '
enberg, 'Mils talk had occuned "Who assisted In tho killing of
shortly nfter tho dynamiting of tho ! those men.'"
depot at Independence In TOOL it "Nowt, Glover, .Inck Simpkins
was about a month after that 'and inyhclf."
RULERS DRINK TO
EACH OTHERS HEALTH
In the Halls Made Famous by the Order of the Garter,
King Edward and Kaiser Wilhelm with their Suites
Dine Ambassador Reid Among the Honored
Wlndfcor, Ungland, Nov. i;). In
tho historic hull of St. Georgo at
Windsor cnstlo, King Kdward nnd
Queon Aleandrla gayo ,u state ban
quet last evening In honor of their
guests. Tho hall which fpr contur,
les has been usboclnted with tho
Ordor of tho Gartor, 'was decorated
with banhors of tho principal
nights of tho oider, whllo tho
tables wero adorned with tho fam
ous goldon plato, ono of thp groat
heirlooms of tho sovereigns of 13ng
laud. Departing from tho usqal custom
King Kdward and .Kmpernr William
sat sldo by aldu with tho quoon
on tho right and tho empress on
Around tho tables, which wero
set for I'M guests, thoro was gath.
ered a most brilliant company In
cluding many members of tho llrlt-
PKICE TWO OBNT0
n Miller and the alleged agents for
tho Guaranty company In St. Ix)iils,
Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis and McKccs
port. Fa. It Is stated that the secret
service men expect to make two
hundred arrests lu other cities In con
nection with the concern.
Records show tint the concern sold
nearly 2(10.000 tickers per month at
$1 or 50 cents each and that barely
2."i per cent, of the sales were dls-
ti United as prizes
Fffort Is being made to Investigate
the connections of ex-comnanlos nlih
Adams stuited for Idaho.
talk had taken placo lu Pettlbone'a
' uu" ucvii- jiri'seni-'itnywoon
Tho confession continues;
"They Just told mo to go up
and see Simpkins, as ho wanted
to see mo nnd ho would probably
tell mo about tho Steunenhorg
matter as they wanted to get
'Did you got any money?"
"They gnve mo .4.201) to go up
'Who gnvo you the money'"
After meeting simpkins Adnms
said he lingered but a short tlmo
In Warden, but left soon for Slmn.
Ish royal houso, tho suites of tho
lsltlng sovereigns, cnoinet minis
tors and ambassadors ami other
diplomatic representatives. Among
the, ambassadors was Mr. Whltolaw
King Kdward proposed tho health
of Kmporor William who nuulo aq,
know ledgeinont In a short speech,
closing with n toast to tho klug
of Hi.gland. ' "
Tho spbeches mndo by King- Ed
ward and . Ihnporor William wer
formal lu tone. They consisted" !ln
leclpiocal oppressions of the pleas,
uie the visit afforded and ofJJ ra
mutual destro for tho maintenance
of peaco and friendship between! tlio
two nations. Kmperor William al
luded gracotully to his hnppy child
hood under tho roof nnd w(thin
tho walls o" grand old Windsor ca-.
Oontinued on Pago Towy J '
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