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MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1911. NO. 85.
BUFFALO STEAK ON
New York and- Philadelphia Went
Baseball Mad For World's Series
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rilG RACE WAR
Krlirl till IB II
Six Big Guns Are Captured-Censorship Lifted And Text
Of Reports Given To Press-DeclareGeneralGhang
Piao Reoccupied River Station, But Was Unable To
Hold It Owing To Large Number Of His Men Wound
ed In Skirmish With Revolutionary forces
Peking, Oct. 23. There has been a
udden relaxation in the ceusorshlp
and the full text of a Joint dispatch
from Admirals Jui-Cheng and San-Chen-Ping,
In command of tho war
shlpo off Hankow, is published in tho
Chineso newspapers. It follows:
"As the second Installment of tho
Tientsin troop arrived at the river
station they wero attacked by from
2,000 to S.000 rebels. General Chang
Piao led the troops from Hunan, Hu
per and Honan, killing 200 to 300
rebels. They also captured six big
euns and numerous other weapons.
More than 20 loyalist troops wero
"Simultaneously Admiral Shah or
dered the fleet to protect the river
bank and to prevent reinforcements
coming from Wuchang. Tho wnr-
Galveston, Tex., Oct. 23. Tho
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
and Order of Hallway Conductors on
tho Harrlman linos have voted to go
on strike with tho crafts of shopmen
now out on strike. Notico will bo
served on tho railway officials and it
la oxpoctcd tho date will bo set for
Nov. 1. Thieo other organizations,
tho brotherhoods of engineers and
firemen and Order of Telegraphers,
ore now voting on the same proposi
tion, and it Is oxDectcd all tho organ
Medina, O., Oct. 23. A telegram
was received here from Sheriff
Hutchinson telling of his capture of
Charles H. Gunkelman, tho missing
falley City (O.) banker, at Houston
Tex. Gunkelman loft hero unoxpect
dly two weeks ago and lator tho
grand Jury Indicted him for embezzle
ment, A petition in involuntary bank
ruptcy was also filed against him in
federal court in Cleveland.
Lima, 0 Oct. 23. Aslclng for some
(otnHrmArv iinnn wtilMi ho mlrnf xurf A
a lottor, William Walker, 27, who'
camo hero from Chicago flvo weeks
ago, wrote a message to his mother, I
Mrs. Mary Rhodes, In St. Lo lis, in a
local undo! taking establishment. Ho
then swallowed two ounces of car-'
bollc acid beforo employes of tho
place could prevent him, and died al
most inilnntly. Tho letter to his
mother said tho writer was tired of
unlps, However, wero unable to par
ticipate In tho fighting, being afraid
of hitting loyal troops.
"Chang Piao recaptured tho sta
tion, but had so many men wounded
that ho was unable to retain It.
"The fleet Is without coal or rice.
"We cm only appeal to tho throne to
send Yin Tchaug lmmedlatelv with
Paris, Oct. 23. Negotiations be
tween Prance and Germany relative
to tho Congo question are proceeding
apace. Germany to understood to bo
virtually Focurlng satisfaction In ter
Erery properly cut diamond has
from flfry-elght to sixty-four facets.
izations will go In with the shopmen
unless tho latter's grievances am
Thero are about G,000 men in tho
trainmen's unions on tho Texas Hues
and Hues from hero to California.
Ida LewlB Seriously III.
Nowport, It. I., Oct. 23. Ida Lewis,
tho vetoran keopcr of the Lime Rock
lighthouso, who was stricken with
apoplexy, is in a sorious condition.
Columbus, O., Oct 23. Using the
now apparatus recently purchased by
tho stato, Chief MIno Inspector Har
rison and Deputy Inspectors Wheat
loy and John L. McDonald saved from
death eight men overcome by gas in
tho Black Top ralno of the Morris
Coal company of Cleveland, located
nt Loro City, near Cambridgo, Guern
sey county, which caught flro from
some unknown cause.
EXPECT SMALL FORTUNE
Wright Brothers to Try New Aero
plane Attachment Today.
Norfolk. Va., Oct. 23. When Or
tlllo Wright today attempts o fly at
Kill Dovll bill in the now glider
that he and his brother Wilbur re
cently imented, it will bo equipped
with a stabilizing devico built by tho
Ohio Inventors in their workshop at
Dayton. With tlila devico tho Wrights
expect to bo ablo to remain in the
air in their machine In any kind .of
weather short of a hurricane. Thoy
expect to recclvo $100,00 for their
invention providing It accompllshoi
what is claimed for it.
Alexander OglHIo, the Englishman
now with tho Wrights at Kill Dovll
hill, is said to bo ready to pay tho
Inventors $100,000 for a third interest
ia the now Invention.
ON HARRIAN LINES
. ARE SAVED
Photon copjrinht by Amer'can Press
I3W YORK and Philadelphia went stark rand for a few days before
the games for the clinmploutblp of the world began and tho madness
became more protiouuied as the series progressed. Prom SS.OOO to
10,000 enthusiasts watched ench of the games und as many moro
would have been present if the parks had been larger. Ticket scalpers got
hold of thousands of tickets tlmt wero priced at ?2 ond $3 nnd sold them for
two to six times the advertised prices. Tho receipts for thc-flrst three somes
amounted to $1!)5I!HI.C0, of which the players sham $105,703.83, the members
of tho winning team getting CO per cent and the losers 40. The upper plctnro
shows a group of tho Athletics entering tho Held. Tie whUa elephants that
appear on their sweaters is due to the remark of a Philadelphia paper to The
effect that the line park built n few years ngo by Magnate Shlbe In Philadel
phia would bo "n white elephant." In the small circle Managers McGiaw and
Muck are seen shaking hands beforo the first game. Mack, who never appears
In n uniform, Is not allowed on the coaching lines, but must direct the game
fiom the bench. The other plcturo shows "Home Run" Baker making the
circuit after he had knocked the hall over the fence hi the second game.
Indianapolis, Oct. 23. Tho health,
officers ot this city confessed that
thoy could not say when the diph
theria epidemic is to bo crushed out.
Cultures taken from tho throats of
teachers and children In the pubflc
and parochial schools show that tho
disease Is far from abating, and the
health authorities ordered paronts to
keop at homo all children under 10
years of age.
Very fow of tho Sunday schools
wero open, and thoso that hold ses
sions had only adults in their classes.
Orders havo been issued for the clos
ing of all theaters, picture shows and
other places of amusement to chil
dren, and in all schools wbero tho
cultures have shown signs of thodiS;
ease precautions bavo been taken for
tho Isolation of teachers and children
Moro than a thousand cultures
Ijavo been taken, and as n result of
Columbus, O., Oct. 23. Yielding to
the Insistent demand of tho Ohio
Manufacturers' association and oth
ers, Governor Harmon, after i con
ference with Attorney General Hogan,
decidod that tho workmon's compen
sation net, passed at tho last session
of tho legislature should be testod
in tho supreme court as to lt3 consti
tutionality. Pretty Girl round Head
Poughkcepsle, N. Y., Oct. 23, Lois
Van Steeubcrg, a pretty lS-ycar-old
gt"J, who lived with her raronts, do
scendants o; an old Dutch frinlly, in
this city, was found dead with three
bullet holes in her cheat, iialf mile
south of East Park, a bu url Tho
girl's death Is u myotory, which is
baflllng the police.
NEW ACT TD THREE
tho examination of thoso In die bac
teriological department orders for
quarantining havo been sent into all
partj of tho city, ahd whole families
are gelng Isolated to prevent further
Clovcland, 0 Oct. 23. Two Cleve
land, Southwestern & Columous In
tel urban cars collided hoad-on in a
fog at Kammes Cornors, JuBt outsido
tho city. Ten people wore Injured,
one seriously, but not fatally,
Kansas City, Oct. 23. Tho Rer.
Claronceo V. T. Rlcheson, neld in
Boston on a charge of murdering
Miss Avis Llnnell, was pastor of tho
Bethany Baptist church in '.nis city
from 1901 to 1904, when ho resigned
by request, following tho sensational
disclosures of three young wnnen,
eneh of whom accusod him of being
engaged to her.
Sccklna to Influence Judge.
Los Angeles, Oct. 23. A reglstorod
lcttoy seeking to influcnco him In
handling tbo McNamnra trial was do
Uvored to Judgo Dordwell. Tho lettor
was opened by his clerk, Tho judge
refused to read It uud had it de
stroyed, Who keens one end In view maker
vll things surc-Rrowning.
Readies South Dakota After
Indians Slaughter Animals,
Pierre, S. D., Oct 23 At tho din
ner given In his honor by Represen
tative Burke, President Taft was
served with buffalo steak fron bison
killed by Indians with bows and ar
rows. There Is a herd of 300 buf
falo oh a ranch near Pierre and a
moving picture company of Chicago
rented the herd to securo a picture
of a buffalo hunt. Indians from tho
Rosebud Indian reservation ..nd cow
boys were sent among the herd and
two of the buffalo were killed by the
Indians and dressed. It was this
meat which tho president ate More
of it was placed on the president's
Nearly every member of the presi
dent's party v.ent up to the land of
fice at Rapid City, S. D., and paid 25
cents for a chance In the land lot
tery. Winners receive 160 acres of
land, and conversation on board tho
Taft special sounded like a landlords'
convention. Wisdom gained, how
ever, showB that to get the land even
after winning in the lottery requires
a 14-months- residence there and the
payment of $C an acre. That was a
bad Jolt to the comfortable spirit of
Tho president came nearer to en
joying a real rest than he has on any
Sunday of this trip. With tho excep
tion of a speech on his arbitration
treaties, delivered at the auditorium,
ho was free from public functions.
In tho morning ho attended services
ot tho Methodist church as the guest
of Governor Vessey, who was also
host to Mr. Tuft at luncheon.
After his speech tho president was
taken for a 70-ralle automobile ride
over the South Dakota prairie.
Mr. Taft snont tho nleht at tha res
idence of Representative Bmke and
Mtithis mornlngfot hia last day In
South Dakota. " " '- ""'
AS YOU LIKE IT
After days spent at the pumps the
trow of tho yacht Coronet, owned by
the Holy Ghost and Us society, which
put to sea last June, arrived at Port
land, Me., completely worn out with
hard work and disease.
Attorney General Webb of Califor
nia has decreed that women register
ing must give their real ages or take
chances of having" their votes chal
lenged. Tho czar has settled a yearly pen
sion of 26,000 roubles on the widow
of the lato Premier Stolypln, who
was assassinated In a theater at
Mrs. Warren Fairbanks, daughter
in-law of the former vice president,
was robbed of $10,000 worth of Jew
els on a Pullman car near Chicago.
After a 20-year Dght the citizens of
Detroit are to havo 3-cent car ser
vico. She Knew.
Judge Do you know tho meaning
f nn oath, madam?
Tho Witness (proudly) Tour honor,
an' me husband shlppln before tb'
tiast these fifteen years! Sidney Bul
letin. ? LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAGO Cattle: Beeves, $1 85
8 75; Texas steers, $4 1006 10; west
ern steeis, $4 357 25; stockers and
feeders, $3 2505 80; cows and belt
ois, $2 00G 15. Calves S5 0009 00.
Sheep and Lambs Native sheep,
$2253 75; western, S2 403 80;
native lambs, $3 755 80; western,
$3 80Q)U 00; yearllnss, $3 0004 23.
Hogs Light, ?5 90G 02; mixed,
5G 00C 05; heavy, ?G 00G C5;
lough, ?G 05G 20: pigs, $3 75G 00.
Wheat No. 2 red, ?1 011 02.
Corn No. 2, 7375c. Oats No. 2,
EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Export
cattle, $7 507 75; shipping steers,
SC 25W7 40; butcher cattle, $5 00
G 85; heifers, ?4 25G 00; cows, $2 25
GjB 23; bulls, $3 2505 25; milkers
and springers, ?25 00CG 00. Calves
$9 OOffO 50. Sheep and Lambs Mixed
sheep, S3 253 GO; wetheis, $3 hi i
3 S5; owe3,S3 2503 50: lambs,$4 75
6 25: yeal lings, $4 0004 50. Hogs
Heavies, ?G !)07 00; mediums SO 90;
Yorkeis, J8 SO0G 90; pigs, ?G 15
G 25; rough,$5 90; slags.54 5005 50;
CINCINNATI Wheat: No, 2 red,
99c?l 00. Corn No. 2 mixed, 75
07lc. Onts No. 2 mixed, 48019c.
IlyoNo. 2, 98c$l 00. Cattle
of.... tA ir.iran r.n iinirpm s1? miffi)'
5 GO; cows, $1 5004 50. Calves $3 50 '
Ul't) tit, DUCt'l uim wuiiuo' " l'
SI 5001 23: lambs, $3 0005 50. Hogs
Prckeifl, ?G 230G 75; stags, S3 000
5 25: sows, $4 OO0G 00; pigs and
lights, S3 00G 00, I
PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, $7 50
7 f.0; good, SG 5007 00, tidy butch
ers, $5 7500 25; heifers, S3 0005 50; i
cows, bulls nnd stT,-s, $2 500-1 50; ,
frr3h cows. S30 00000 00, Calves
Veal, SG 0009 60. Sheop and Lambs I
Pi line wethers, $3 7003 83, good
mlMui, $3 2503 C3; lambs, S3 50
G 85. Hogs Heavy Yorkers, $G 85;
Unlit Yoikers, SG 35; pig?, Sr 75.
TOLEDO Wheat, $1 02i. corn,
75c; oats 49Vic; clovjrsted, S12 35.
Negroes At Coweta, Okie,, Enraged
Cily Attorney Is Shot Down-Was Innocent Witness To
Pistol Duel Between Marshal 4nd Negro Who Hail
Insulted White Girl Friend Joins Game, Killing line
And Fatally Wounding Two-Is Burned Out Of House
And Strung Up By Angry Mob
Coweta. Okla., Oct. 23. J. D. Bea
vers, city attorney, was killed; two
other white men were wounded,
probablyfatally and two negroes were
shot In a battle hero between blacks
and whites. Ed Suddeth, the negro
who killed Beavers, was 'killed by a
mob as he was being lifted into an
automobllo which was trf take him to
the Jail in Wagoner. He was riddled
with bullets, probably 50 sho',3 taiting
effect In his body, Negroes are ar
riving from tho surrounding country
and an outbreak appears to be inev
itable. The wounded white men j.:q Car
men Oliver and Seller Thompson.
Both were shot through the bedyand
have llttlo chance to live.
The trouble started when a tele
graph operator nameed Swazer was
walking with a young woman. Ed
Ruse, a negro, in passing, pushed the
girl from the sldealk into the mud.
. Swazeer struck the negro and an-
' other white man, whose name Is oe-
j Ing kept secret, seized Ruse and
Swazer beat him with his fists.
Ruse started out with a loug knife
In his pocket seeking the man woo
held him. City Marshal Hart ordered
the negro t6 give up the knife and
Ruse shot at' him.
Suddeth Gets In Game.
At that instant Ed Suddeth ran ouc
of a house across the street and
opened fire, instantly killing City At
torney Beavers and wounding Oliver
and Thompson, all of whom were
LouIsIlle, Ky.,Oct. 23. "If a coun
try treats its women right and eats
more sugar per head and consumes
more soap per head ,than any other
country, then it Is the greatest na
tion," declared Dr. Harvey W. Wiley,
chief of 'the government's chemistry
bureau, in his address to the national
American woman's suffrage onven
tlon. H3 had been introduced by
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president or
tho association, as "the man who is
trying to give us a fair chance to
live." He began by enumerating the
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 23. Tho official
count by the board of elections on
tho total registration In this city for
tho coming November election shows
that 93,231 voters have registered.
This Is the heaviest registration In
tho hlstoiy of tho city except In tho
presidential year 1908, when 317
inOro por&ons registered.
"Is thN dre-w upt to lie easily spot
ted?" she Inoulred.
"At least four blocks off, 1 Bhould
Juditt1." nnsvvPinl thp gentlemanly
WILEY PRAISES WOMEN;
MM GREAT NATION
passing at the time and had taken
no part la the trouble.
Suddeth took refuge in a nearby
house, which was bombarded with
guns and revolvers by several whlto
men. The house was set afire aud.
Suddeth fled. He was shot but not
fatally injured. He was taken to tfio
water tank, a rope placed about hia
neck and was swung up It w.is tflen
decided, however, that to kill him
would precipitato a general racowai,
and he was cut down, but tho mob
Coweta is in a state of terror and
it is feared that an outbreak is Inev
itable. There are 1,200 people in
Ccrweta, one-third TJfwhom are ne
groes. Tbo county Is populated
largely by negroes, and it was said
that if the blacks wero organized,
they could bring 2,000 men into town.
Grosscup Sends Resignation.
' Chicago, Oct. 23. Federal Judge
Grosscun has sent his resglnation to
President TafL Final disposition of
the receivership troubles of the Chi
capo & Milwaukee Electric railroad,
which has caused half a dozen post
ponements In Judge Grosscup's resig
nation, will be left to Judge Carpon
ter. Over $11,000,000 Is involved.
Columbus, O., Oct. 23. The six-eeks-old
child of Mr. and Mrs, Wil
tam Giborson was smothered when
ts rarents bundled It up too tightly
while riding to their home south of
things that make for a country
greatness, narrowing the tea down
to tho three requisites named. By
these tokens, he concluded, America
Rodgors Files Westward
San Antonio, Oct. 23. Plying from
Ban Marcos to San Antonio at the
rate of moro than a mile a raiuuto.
Aviator Rodgers landed on the Polo
jrounds at Fort Sam Houston. He
proceeded westward this morning.
Xenia, O., Oct. 23. Mrs. Susannah
Johnson, colored, said to bo 102
years old, was killed by a fall down
a flight of stairs at her homo in Yel
low SprUgs. Sho was a native of
Wins Lond Fight.
. Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 23. Mmo.
Carolina, M. Severanco. "mother of
women's clubs," crowned with tho
experience of 91 jears, won hor
"great victory" when sho swore to
hor registry as a prospective voter
and knew that her 58 years' fight for
enfranchisement was won.
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