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PEIOI TWO OIHTS
MT. VERHOH, 0., TUIftDAY, OOTOBIE 1, 1912-Ko. 79
WITH THE POLICE
Two Officers Stabbed And Third
Beaten Up With Own Club
Sunday Fray AY Lawrence, Massachusetts, Followed To
day By A Tweoty-Four-Hour "Demonstration '
- Strike." Tbe Mills Being Forced To Hose For The
Oay-Cirlo Treses, Leader Of Tbe Parade, tludes
Lawrence, Mass., Bept 30. Today
tke vast majority of the Industrial
Workers responded to the call for a
14-hour "demonstration" strike. All
tie mills ere closed for the day.
Lawr nee, Mass., Sept 30. March
' k members of the Industrial Work
era of .the World, clashed with tbe
Lawrence ollce, and during the me
lee two of the officers were stabbed
sllCfcUy about noon Sunday and one
was beaten almost vnconsclous with
taht .wa club; a 'revolver shot was
fired at the police station and many
of the parader sustained cracked
heads through encountering the po
The parade was for the purpose of
marching to the cemetery where the
Lopezl woman Is hurled. With their
red banners and tbe music, of bands,
the people marched, yelling them
selves hoarse. Whon the head of tke
line had reached Amesbury street, a
file of 22 policemen formed across Es
sex street. The police advanced to
ward the procession, which came to
a halt, a did the cops
Sergeant Spranger Informed Carlo
Treses' that the procession must dis
band, aa no permit had been issued
for it. Tresca brought out a paper
ateewlag that the men were accorded
tbe privilege to parade in the aftor
ueea. When It was pointed out to
SresoA that they were parading In tho
terenoon bo tried to explain to bis
loMowers, but they would not listen
and rushed upon the officers. A stiff
stat followed the officers using their
clMbe freely, and several grabbed
Seeing their leader struggMng with
Jtnrtnnutl, O., Sept. 30. Upwards
of 140 members from all parts of tbe
esjaatry were present at the meeting
of the International Society of Arch
aealoglatB, tho features of which were
talk by Or. William O. Mills, cura
tor and librarian of the Ohio State
Afcfeaeologlcal and Historical society,
m4 the exhibit of specimen by the
Members und by Fraud Detector W.
L. arifan of Somerset, Ky. W. L.
arlffln of Somerset, Ky., was elected
permanent president of tho conven
Mee. and H. C. Shetrone of Columbus,
a permanent secretary.
DENIES TBE STORV
THAT HE IS DIVORCED
New York. Sept. 30. A cablegram
was received from the first wife of
T. Waldo Story, flatly denying that
Hke and Story, who now soys he Is
married to Dcssle Abbott, the opera
stager, hnd ever been divorced. VI r.
Sfory and Mlss;Abett were said te
be U Boston.
Mr. Story, whenh first hw a mr
HMT MCOUftt ) aaUriMMfcitaMS
two officers, about 100 of the match
ers went to the rescue. Officer Lud
wig was stabbed twice In the hip and
Officer McCarthy was slashed across
each wrist with a knife. His club
wbs cut loose and the mob beat hint
ever tho head. Ho was nrurly
knocked senseless, but managed to
get to the police station with assist
ance. Tresca disappeared lillo the
fracas was going on.
At the police, station, the police
backed up the steps, aud as the mob
became more threatening they drew
revolyers and ordered the mob o (lis
perse. The order waa obeyed.
There were two arrests made dur
ing the mlxup.
Cincinnati, O., Sept. .10. Captain
Mlltor, engineer at tho Longvlew, O.,
asylum, wbs instantly killed near
Elmwood when he attempted to
Might trom a moving train. iTo wad
in hlH way to witness a ball game.
Bandits Use 8trong-Arm Hold.
Columbus, O., Sopt. 30. Using tho
deadly "strong-arm" hold, one of a
trio of highwaymen, who assaulted
and robbed Robert Thomas, un elder
ly man, on the street, almost broke
bis neck. The robbers weut through
his packets, ecurUjj S18.
New York, Sept. ' 30. Among the
passengers on the Red Star liner Lap
land was Senator Theodore R. Burton
of Ohio. Senator Burton has been in
Europe for six weeks. H said that
jn one or two of the European papers
Ae saw articles saying that the state
af Ohio, has now tbe moBt radical
charter of all the United States. Ask
ed If he thought that was right, Sen
ator Burton said that he did not, and
that he thought that It was not any
more radical than tho constitutions
of Callforn'a, Oregon or Oklahoma,
"I am married to Hiss Abbott, i am
not a public character and I decline
to discuss' the matter any further,"
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GENERAL OROZCO'S DAUGHTER
APPEALS TO PRESIDENT TAFT
TO SAVE GRANDFATHER'S LIFE
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lEUNA AND DANlEUORQicof
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 30 Fear
ful lest the fortunes of war toss her
father Into the hands of the United1
Stites as It has her grandfather
Elena, the pretty seventeen-year-old
daughter of General Pasciial Orozco,
wliojs. living with her mother, broth
ers and sisters in temporary exile In
Los Angeles, lahorlocoly penned a pa
thetic letter to President Taft, In
which she begged for her grandfath
er's life and told the chief executive
of this nation that her father was a
soldier fighting for his country and
hot a murderer. The letter was writ
MUST SEND HIS WIFE
TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Philadelphia, Sept. 30. John Po
lasls must send his 14-year-old wife to
school far another year, according to
Magistrate Boyle, or he will have to
go to jail. Tho girl was reported by
tbe truant officer and her father wag
arrested for the violation of tbe
school atteudance act.
The Bmlllng little helpmeet waved
a marriage certificate before tbe as
Coshocton, O., Sept. 30. William
Rodenstelu, 18, was shot by hlB hunt
ing companion, Jacob Better, near
Newcomerstown, O., white squirrel
iiuntlng. Rodensteln bad lain down
under a tree to watch for squirrels In
ihe branches and waa lazily (twing
ing one foot over the other. Beiter,
100 yards off, saw tbe moving foot
and thought It waa a squirrel.
BeUevss New York 'Democrats Will
Nominate a Man Who la Free.
Sea Ulit, N. J., Sept. 30. Governor
Wilson said that he believed the
Democratic state convention at Oyra
tuse, if left free from personal con
trol of any sort, will nominate for
governor a man who will be his own
master and will adopt a platform to
which men of progressive principles
evorywhoro can subscribe.
This dctwitlon of his attitude to
ward the convention is the reply or
Governor Wilson to those who have
been urging him to attack the loader
of Tammany Hall.
Governor Wilson's statement was
read to Mr. Murphy and his opluipn
was aaked conceiufm; It. "Woll," ho
replied, "1 Imvo nothlim to miy at tho
mopient. Neither hnvts I nnythliitf fur
titer to say to tho uft-repcated tjucu
tloiis put to me concerning tiovemor
ten on the front steps of her home at
Twenty-seventn street and Grand av
enue. Her brother Daniel sat beside
her. Little Elena's letter was penned
to the oreildent In Spanish, for it is
her native tongue that she can best
express herself on paper, although
she ispeaksthe. English language-"al-most
tyuently. t"Dear Mr. President
Taft," she wrote, "my papa Is not a
murderer. He Is a brave soldier
fighting for his country. Please don't1
let the American soldiers give my
grandpapa to Mr. Madero, for Mr.
Madero would "shoot him, and that
would kill pocr grandma."
tonished magistrate aud said: ''I no
go to school. I stay home and make
'teds and get husband's meals."
Magistrate Doyle concluded matters
ty fining the father $14 and costs and
told the husband that It he did not
send ber to school until she wax 15
years of age that he would be arrest
ed aud fined aluo.
Cleveland, 0 Sept 30. Carl Meyer
died at a hospital from a wound re
ceived when a knife he was using
Hipped and sovorcd the main artery
f bis left leg. Ucorge Stleg, his close
friend, submitted to transfusion of
his blood into tbe veins of Meyer, but
END OF FIRST SWING
fteoeevelt Will Invade Central West,
Including Ohio, In October.
Chattanooga, Tenn.. Sept. 30.-Col-B1
Roosevelt will finish ou Weducs
ay next' bis swing around the coun
try. When be arrives In New York
he will bavo ended a tour of 10,009
aailes and have visited every soctlon
of tbe republic, He will have made
bis nppeal for Progressive support to
tbe people of 27 states.
Daring tho month of Octolmr he
will apeak in tbe middle west, includ
ing Ullnolo, Michigan, Indiana and
Ohio nddrcislug a few crowd lit
I'ensylvaula, aud make short dashes
Into New Kuslnnd. The last live days
pf the campaign he will dovote to
Wnttereen Leaves For Home.
New York, Sept. aQ.a-Colouol Henry
tt'n'ttrrspn, who ban been ill since
wiH'k a last Saturday at the Ho
M Ascot, has hnd no setback and will
te ble to leave for Lbulsvlie today.
Witness Before Committee
Probing Campaign Funds
Ormnliy Mcllars, who lind clinrse of the
Itoosovflt pn'-conventlon cnmpalen,
hut who in non xupportlni; President
Tuft, In to I" a wltncsi before the nen
ntulat commttlee that N Investlgntlng
BIG GUNS TO BE HEARD
Roosevelt and Morgan to Appear Be
fore the Committee This Week.
Washington, Sept. 30. After a re
cess of six weeks, the senate subcom
mittee, headed by Senator Clapp of
Minnesota, renewed Its probe today
Into contributions and expenditures
of 1904, 1908 and 1912.
Colonel Roosevelt and J. Plerpont
Morgan nre the chief witnesses sched
uled for this week, the latter appear
ing Thursday and Colonel Roosevelt
Friday; but from the opening of the
testimony today the early part of the
investigation la to center about Col
onel Roosevelt's campaign funds of
1904 to 1912.
Whole Family Drowned.
Toronto, Sept. 30. Five members
of one family were drowned In the
Pigeon river. The victims were Wil
liam McCaffrey of Toronto, of the
Canadian General Electric company,
his mother, wife and two children.
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAGO. FKPT. 1.
Cattle rtfcolptH. S.fiOO head: heevM.
f5 aseit Ort: 'iv-xim uteri-H, u fio :oi
western Htrcrn. $5 HOOK 30; utoelfor nml
fcoileis, 4 -I0fi7 CO; cowb mid heifers,
M JMiffT SS: cnlvcs. $S 00J1 75. .
Hops- nTr!iK 10,000 hc-nd; llRht, JS n5
a !t.i; mixed. S .tOWS 07Vi: heaVy.lS 10
frsl !!,,: roiiKh, 18 lOflS 30; plBii, 5 25
flhi'op and Ijimlin nccclptt). 4,00)
head; mitlvo idicep, $S 334 B0; western,
$3 t,o4 50; yi-nrlliiKH, J4 SOtjS SO: nntivo
lomhs. $4 767 00; western. 14 SBR7 35.
Whint No 2 red, $1 0J1 04. Corn
No. 2. 724if73i,c. O.U No. 3 wlilti',
i:ST ItUITALO. SKIT. 2.
Cuttle ItreelptH, 20 cam; export ent
tle, 1(1 i59 50; olilpphiR Rtecrs, $7 75' J
9 5V: hutches' HteerH, $7 25f8 25; l.clrero,
15 00 7 O'l; fat cowf. J5 096 00; bulls,
4 O0f5 50; milkcrM and springers, 30 00
72 00; cnlvcs. til 00?12 00.
Hor Itei-elpts, CO earn; honvlea, IS S5
U 00; mi-dium, 8 fi59 00; Yorkeri,
tf- 7516 or,- rnuvrhH, f! 57 40; plffB,
17 BOff" 75,! dtugH, 5 50B 75.
Sheep nnd I.anihn Hecelptx, 55 cars,
ye.ulliiRK, $1 006 00; wethers, 14 73'(4
.-, 00; mixed sheep. 5004 75; ewes. 13 75
if ": lanihi. SC OOU77 fi5.
I'lTTRHUnO, PA., SEPT. 2S.
Citlle Supply llRht; cholee, 9 00
tfrs V5: prime, IS 30(58 70; tidy hutchera,
$7 oujp- (10; hclfcis, ?4 007 00; bulU,
S3 5J5i'i S3; freh emvs and Hprlngem,
23 0flC5 Of. calves, JS 0011 60.
ItdBM Keeelpts. 15 ear8; henvy Iiors,
$8 838 90; heavy mixed, mediums' and
heavy YoiIeri, 8 9Btf! 00; lluht York
op, 8 40(T8 65; )Iks. 17 0007 75.
HIkhm a''! l-nmb Supply fulr; prim)
nelhers. $1 IOfH 50; good mixed, U 00 T
4 55: f.ilr nilveJ, $3 600! 90; lambs, 1500
CINCINNATI, O., 8EPT. 23.
Cnltle UirelptH, 1,363 head; sleers,
tl JSiftX 23: helfeifi, l:t 504)6 50; cows,
i OOfrC Ii5; calve. 15 00O11 00.
'IIokk Itetelpts. 2.5G1 head; piekers,
18 5008 75. i-nmiiion sows. !(! O0Q7 f5;
piSH mid Hunts, Jl 00Q8 50; statrs, 4 00
C6 75. '
rtheep nnd Lnnilw Uecelpts, l,2v! head;
Iheup, tl 25CP3 50! linihs, 13' 60S; 7 25.
Wheal No, 2 ivd. t 0401 08, Corn
No. 2 mixed, 7373Hc. Oats No. 1
mixed, ;i53BHe. Kyi No. 2. Waitc.
(:i.KVi:i.ANU,0 SEPT. 2S.
C.ittle Uecelpts. 3U0 head; eholee fnt
stcera, J8 5048 75; Kood to choice steers,
7 25MX 0Q; heifers, U 237 00; fnt hulls,
JS 0005 50; cows. 5 00O5 50; milkers
nnd sprlnsers, 23 00JBt'00; calves, (10 60
IIoks IteelplH, 2,000 hend; henvleH.
t H70; uiedluinx, J5 80; Yorkers, (8 89;
plq-i, $7 75; roiiKh, J7 40; Htas, IC 75.
a lice p and Utmlm Receipts, 1,500 head;
liriliic lambs, t4 50497 76.
TOLEDO, O,, SEPT. IS.
Wheat, tl 0&Vi: corn, 7c; outs, J5Ko;
cloycrsetd, 112 17.
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Letters In Government Hands, It Is
Held, Do Not Look Well
ro Heed Advice Of Afforceys Indicted Men Counseled To
Abandon Course Not To Introduce Any Evidence
Save That Of Good CharacterStatements In Letters
Must Be Explained To Satisfaction Of Court Aid
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 30. A ma
jority of the 51 defendants In the
dynamiting cases, which will be call
ed for trial In the federal court to
morrow are here. Those here have
been In conference with the attorneys
for the defense.
The most Important occurrence
during the conferences was the back
ing down from the assertion that the
government has no case and that the
Indicted Iron workers will uot Intro
duce any eldpnce except aa to good
Krauk-M.- Hyan, Herbert 6. ilookin
nnd others were made to -see the dan
ger In relying on that kind of teHtl
mony exclusively and were told in un
mistakable language that statement
In the letters which the government
will offer In evidence of the. conspir
acy muBt be explained away to the
F-atlKfaction of the court and Jury, or
there would be certalt to ho ronvio
tlonB, and. If any were found guilty,
the probability Is that Ul of those
who are mentioned li the lettprs
would come within the same verllct
It was alleged that tho letters In
the government's possession do not
FOUR DIE IN FLAMES;
VICTIMS WERE MURDERED
Quincy, 111., Sept. 30. It Is believed
that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfan
Schmidt, their daughter Blanche, 10,
and Miss Emma Kaerapen, 21, a
teacher, whose charred bodies were
found in the ruliiB of Ifansclimld"s
country home near I'ayson, 16 miles
southeast of Quincy, were murdered.
Circumstances indicate that the vic
tims perished while asleep. Nothing
Sand ;shy, O., Sept. 30. " William
Mooney, 69, an inmate of the Soldiers'
home here, and William McKenna,
Baltimore & Ohio dock employe, were
irowned hero about the same time.
Mooney lost his life when he fell off
Columbus) O., Sept. 30. Her head
was severed from her body and rolled
away from tho 'track when Miss
tenuna llelchort lay down In front o!
un interurunn car, opposite the Mej
test sanitarium, a half-tullo north o
Dlenmary park, near Delaware. TV
woman, whose home is In Delaware.,
was 43 years old.
loK well for the defease on their
face, and It was incumbent upon them
to show that the references to dyna
miting, as Interpreted by the govern
ment, wore too ordinary and not
necessarily Illegal or criminal tranb
actions. BADGE SAVES
Columbus. O., Sept 30. Detective
D.' C. .Dreckenrldge of the Pcnnsyl
aula railroad, escaped serious Injury
tr possible death when a bullet fired
li him by a freight car burglar, was
deflected by his badge and only
scratched him slightly in the side. The
badge, which was placed directly over
his heart, waa bent out of shape by
remained of their bodlec except tint
Pfanschmldt was wealthy. Miss.
Kaempcn rgB a daughter of a Quincy
In some South American tribes tb
women drnw th front tcerb, esteem
WA aa un ornament the black gap thua
Cleveland. O., Sept. 30. The" sevrn
story building or the H. C. ChrUty
company, with its contents of whole
tales groceries, was destroyed by Ore.
1he estimated loss is fSQO.OOt), fully
Insured. The origin of th Are Is not
Clucliinull, O., Sept 30. Ouo moiv
was InBtnntly killed, ono probably fa
tally Injured and two others seriously
hurt when tin automobile in which
they were riding turned turte at Yn
ce, a village a short distance from
here. James Caldwell, a florist, was
thrown on his head and died Instantly.
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