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.MT. VERKOK, 0., TUIiOAt, OCTOBER 8, 1912-No. 81
NLI01 TWO CENTS
Five American Marines Wounded In
: A Gallant Stand ;
Thirteen 01 The Nicaragua!) Insurgents Killed tastaDtly
And A Greal Number Wounded-Amerlcans Seize
And Destroy Dynamite Bombs-Admiral Souther
land Gives Farther Details Of The Battle At
Washington, Oct. 7. News of an
other clash between American ma
riaes and icbel force la Nicaragua
was received at the state department
la a farther dispatch from Admiral
Souttterland. As a result of the light
fite Americans were slightly wound
ed, while 13 of the rebel force were
silled and a large number wounded.
The skirmish occurred on the
ssmbIok of the battle at Barranca,
though in n different place. Lleuteti
at Long, commanding the marines
from the cruiser Denver atiChlchigal
pa, on the line of the railroad from
Costnto tb Oraimssywas aadosvortag
""to" secure 11 number of dynamite
bombs which the rebels had pre
pared, Lieu tenu tit Long and his men were
surrounded by a mob of rebels, arm
ed with rifle and machetes. The reb
els opened flret on the marines and
the tire was promptly returned: Thir
teen of the rebels were killed in
stantly and a greater number were
'wounded. All whs were able to ran'
from the scene. Five Americans
were slightly 'wounded, but it to saM
that all of the wounded on the Amer
ican side will recover. The dynamite
bombs were destroyed.
Admiral Soutberland further re
ports ihai the rebels lost more than
40 dead In the assault upon the Bar
rancas. Twenty of their number are
known to bo .seriously wounded and
14 were made prisoners. The total
rebel forco In the engagement num
bered 40. They were dislodged
from their position only after the
marines and bluejackets had actually
reached the top of the hill. They
then fled Into Masaya, whero the gov
ernment troops of Nicaragua met
thorn and nnother serious engage
WORSHIPERS ARE SCORED
BY PIITSBURGH PREACHER
Pittsburg, Oct 7, Dirty-faced male
and overdressed female worshiper
were given slaps by resolutions pass
id at tho closing session qt the an
nual conference, of the Freo Mctho
Hist church here. "Who can preach
the gospel to a lot of dlrty-.accJ
young men and youths, eldqrlv rn
With unkemut beards r
Columbus, O., Oct 7. The body ot
Joseph Reidolbach, 61, ot this city,
was found near an upset skiff in In
dian lake. The victim was a hard
wood finisher, i
Woman Perish,, In Fire.
New York, Oct 7: Firo gutted 25
Park Row at an early . hour today,
ywo women were killed outright and
two others and a man were taken to
ikos-'tols suffering, from burns. The
flvo were trapped In the third-story
window: All were employed by Den
nett's restaurant on, the ground floor,
where the fire was discovered.
ment took place, it Is stated that the
government force lout 200 dead at
Masaya, while the number of rebels
hilled is thought to be much greater.
In the assault on Barrancas hills,
four American marines were kilted
and a number wounded. The dead:
Prhate Ralph Victor, home, Nevada,
Mo.' Private Charles Hays Durham,
home. Junction City, Ky.; Private
Cliirence McGUl, home, Pprtlund,
Mtv, Private Harry Pollard, lived at
S:indunk,0., Oct. 7.-Four of eight
charges preferred against Superinten
dent Anthony Ott of the Erie county
tullrmnry, and Infirmary Directors
Henry Miller and Ferdinand Slcgel.
ly Mrs. Caroline Schroeder, dis
charged nurse, were sustained by evi
dence, according to the report of the
board of county visitors. Misconduct
and loose managen it are among the,
Want Home Rule.
Canton, O., Oct. 7. A movement to
get Cnuton a new charter under the
municipal home rule amendment ot
Kie constitution is under way. J. A.
Iloblns, a labor leader, started peti
tions to havo council pass an ordi
nance submitting to electors the ques
tion t "Shall a commission be chosen
to inline a charter?"
decorated In all .manner of ribbons,,
furbelows and gew-gaws?" asked one
ot the clergymen in supporting the
resolution. "We think every man
Ihould use a safety razor or pay a
rlsit to his barber before coming Into
church. It might be well for some of
the women to use less powder and
Norwalk, Q., Ocu' . Falllng'asleep
10 days ago and never awakening af
terward, Mrs. Jacob Foeller Is deait
it her home In this city. The sloop
vllovod an .llllnosa'of Ioiik duration.
Abbott Held to Grand Jury,
Cleveland, O., Oct 7. flarduor AIn
bott, nromlnont attorney and club.
man, was held to. the grand Jury un
der $2,000 bond pa a chargo of, man
slaughter iri Justice Murphy's court
Mrs, Mary a.. names, ??, was run
4own.,by Abbott's auiomobllo Sept.
and died a few hours later,
SCENE OF THE THREATENED WAR IN
In this map the figures In regard to
.military forces, taken from the latest
books of references, must be regard
ed as Indicating the comparative
. NL, ' HUN6ARV y-" -j-Z "' I
ET7 SBRVIA : RUMANIA
l OJiRVm j Jhpultunf 6.53S000 J,
ropviMort, x,m.ui v Artny no 000 jfis
-. ))CtrJry' 360 Btrest Jf0
k ' , .J?;
I Yr"" ' Vill
V hv A' BULGARIA lX
TTnrX.JS I ' Population t 035"63 vSj.l.ri
y vk f ZVeJd Army X.10 000 )
f v V . CxvJry 7000 Hn
I ?ctarnr2tEGito v f.Maiti 60.000 yfnJ
Vfbpxi?mGnpio.ooo N Mfik ' ll
fJ JSSOOQ VL f STBRN ROUMELJW 'k?
"W . jt &
"-" ,tk"y v. . nl
i - v mi ml
l iA) MACEDONIA .'. VvK
M !v TURKBV iNJsfUHOPf S$
V 111 ,, fofwltrtlsn ..If.... 6,1 22,265
v lU 2' ....'.,. 420.00P ConvtkJtUMcpTm
tbrt ! (' AoM'rvA........;.... B00,006 Mfj
WSI -.-JVK -BSEAJNT ) TURKEY IN ASIA
CsjV m V &&A lL ,,0Pulatlon'17'M0'000
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T. J. RYAN ENDS LIFE
I Philadelphia, Oct. 7. Thomas J.
Ryan, Democratic leader of Pennsyl
vania, member of tho Donnelly-Ryan-Guffey
trlumvlrato that, for so long
controlled the organization of that
party In this, state, ended Lin life.ln
41b office by shooting himself with a
revolver. Ryan wbh hoiicessly hi-
HIT BY TRACTION CAR
TWO MEN ARE KILLED
Youagstown, O., Oct. 7, John Ful
lerton, tilt, and Rufus Evans, 33, rid
ing in a wagon, were run 'down and
tilled bv a Mahoning Valley traKioc I
Cleveland, O., Oct. ". A fnuVd tin
type of his mother thut Paul Homans
lhad carried for many years saved hi
life, iihysicIaiiH at n hospital si'd,
' wnn, he was Btalibed near t1i heart
iHrrJng a quarrel yij;h John tVt;uko.
Vliysipljua sy tho tintype deiJecied.
tfiH blsdu, which ohervlt(9 v.uuld
, have plHroydt his heart. '
EAST, WITH FIGURES GIVING
POPULATION AND ARMIES' STRENGTH
strength of the Turkish) empire andjof practically every ablebodled man,
the states that are threatening to
go to war with It. In most of the
Balkan states the "armies" consist
vcly. financial!. A yonr aO; Dream
land In New York burned down and
that loss wns sustained hIiuihu entire
ly hyhliii., T'iIh srnHou ho li.illl nn
other amusement resort on thu site
of the old Point llruezo racetrack, but
it has not been a success.
car. John Betts, raotorman, was se
verely Injured, as were Conductor K.
Walters and George Graham.
Younpstown, O., Oct. 7. Robert
llollway, son of Mrs. Cora Holl
way, heard someone ,prowling In tho
tci,f of their house. Ho called out,
ttiire was no answer, and I loll way
Jri'il, When tho family aroso James
iln.llvin, who lived in Hubbard, was
lund dead with a bullet bole thromgh
.hi. m:irt. "
while the figures for the Turkish
army represent men actually serving
with the colors or in the reserves.
Youugstown, O., Oct. 7. Jeff Slit
stoclt, 37, a laborer employed on the
Rrlo railroad at Mosicr, was killed
ind four others barely escaped when
v large water tank gae way, catch
hg all in the Hood and in tho Umbo
llilcli wore carried down.
Akron, O., Oct. 7. With no money
' tho treasury to pay city offtrials,
Council has called an election to au
thorize an additional tax of $2.80 on
Die thousand and $254,000 bonds. This
will give the voters an opportunity to
save the city from bankruptcy.
Dennison, ,0 Oct. 7 Virgil Haney,
1, Is dead at' the home of his father,
August Hanoy, on a form, near -here,
M a result of being cruthed by a
horse which he had attempted to take
to a water trough.
AEROPLANE HELD '
FAST BY WINDMILL
loune Japanese Mitor Fans
Fort( Feet ft Death.
Corning, N. Y., Oct 7. -M. Hondo,
a young Japanese, was thrown 40
feet to his death from a plunging
aeroplane, held fast by tho fans of a
windmill, at Savona, near here. The
aviator had made a desperate effort
to avoid a, collision with the mill, but
had been caught almost when his ef
forts seemed crowned with success,
and he ti-as thrown out before he had
time to stop his motor .and prevent
the plunging' of the machine which,
checked, might have saved his life.
Unfamiliar with the nature of the
territory in which he was flying,
Hondo foolishly attempted to round
the angle of a barn at close quarters,
and as he did so he found himself on
the windmill. Hondo fell head down
ward 40 feet, striking on his head
and fracturing his skull. He lived
but threo minutes after the few farm
er spectators who had been watching
his maneuvers reached him.
Hondo learned to fly at the Curtis
school In Santa Barbara, Cal.
Two Airmen Killed.
Berlin, Oct. 7. Aviation week at
Johannlsthal was closed after two
more deaths had been added to the
long list of fatalities among European
aviators during the last two months.
A monoplane, driven by Ernest Alls
and carrying a mechanician, suddenly
fell from a he'ght of 600 feet when a
wing collapsed. The accident was
witnessed by a big assembly. Allg
qualified as an aviator last May.
Troops Being Withdrawn.
Charleston, W. Va.. Oct 7. Last
week was the most peaceful experi
enced in 'the 'Kanawha valley strike
since the proclamation of martial law
over two months ago. Additional
troops were withdrawn from the
troubled coal' Held; ""
To Appeal to Legislature.
St Clalrsvllle. O,, Oct 7. Because
noro than half the deaths In (ihlo
hie to coming in contact with live
vires In mines have occurred In Bel
nont county, the miners of the county
dill ask the coming legislature to
,-ompel the coal companies to install
guards over the wires.
American Aviator Breaks Record.
Annapolis, Md., Oct. 7. Remaining
continuously in the air for 0 sours, 10
minutes and 35 seconds. Lieutenant
John H. Towers, the naval aviator,
broko the American record for an en
durance lllght by nearly two hours.
It is estimated that Lieutenant Tow
ers covered 389 miles In his flight
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
Cuil'AOO. OCT. 5.
Cattle Itroelpl, r.00 liu.id; bwsvi-s,
IS tOOll : Trans slrors. U SOfjC 0ft;
Aevtern htorn. ." '5f: 00; (ttpekr mhJ
iffilcrf. tl 150 7 75; cowii nnit lii-lfiw,
$2 8308 on; mhr. $11 25.
How TtrcilptH. !,0n0 head: llclit t C5
?9 'J5: niiM-d. JS tiOl 3i); heavy. J KQ
I 25: roilRli. s 3S 70, iilss SOfiS 10.
Sheep iiiul U'lmtn - ttfctlpts, 1,001
liead: nathe cheep. 13 25(I 20; weuterq,
$.1 iifji 20; yenrilncs. M 25 G& 2J: imtlvu
lonihs. $4 SOfiC 7i: utm. tl 7S(J7 OS
Wheat No. 2 red, St 0101 06. Corn
No. J, 6i".S(C7c. Outs N'o. 2 white. MO
i:.ST TttTfKAIXJ, OCT. t
Cattle KecvlptJ., 16 eiira; export cat
tle, SR O0f9 00; shipping steers. J7 50f
00, hutcher te'ri, $7 8008 00; heifers,
J5 007 00: fnt cows, H 0006 00; hull.
M OOR SO; milkers and fprlnsere, $30 00 O
75 00; calves, $lt 00012 50.
Hoss Itecelpt, SO enrs; heavies, tt 55
4ft 61; mediums, $9 Kr.5j9 60. Yorkers.
9 45 ! 65: pics. $8 P0f!! 80; .roiiuhi.
$7 75QR 00; ftntrx, tl 50ff7 50. .
Sheep and Kimbs Uecelpts, 42 cars;
yearlings. $4 000 r. 50; wvthers. $4 7Sl
5 00 : mixed sheep, $4 70R4 75; ewes. $ 60
fti 00; lamlx. $5 OOft-7 25.
PlTTSmiltO, PA.. OCT. S.
Cattle Supply llsht: choice, $3 04)
Vj 25; prime, tS 10 g 70; tidy butcher,
17 00 if 7 60; heifers, $4 0007 00; bull,
12 5066 25; fresh cows and springers,
$J5 00965 00; calves, $8 00(7111 00.
Mors Itecelpti, 16 cars: heavies, $t 31
yB 40; heavy yorkcrs, $9 39 40; heavy
mixed and mediums, $9 r59 40; llsht
Yorkfrs, $9 00Q9 16; piss, $9 008 60.
Sheep und Ijimbs Supply fair; prlrao
wethers, $4 354 50; good mixed,
tl Oifjl 5"- 'ilr mixed, $3 504 10;
lamhs, tl 507 15.
i CINCINNATI. O.. OCT. I.
Cattle Receipts, 1,321 head; steers,
$4 21477 fcS; heifers, $3 50(ft 75; cows,
$2 Mtt 75; calces, $4 50O10 60.
Hops Receipts. 3,741 head; (Hic'kers,
$9 (069 25; common wows. $6 60 (JS 25;
plus niul lights, $1 00bS 75; stas. $4 50
Hhcep and I.ambs Receipts, 1,326 head;
sheep, tl 253 50; lambs, $3 60(7 00.
Wheat No. 2 red, $t 0S(jl 06. Corn
No. fc mixed, 6767Wc 0,ts No. S
mixed, ;6j36V4c. ltyi No. J. 7374o.
CT-RVKtAND, O., OCT. 5.
. Cattle Receipts, ,250 head; choice fat
Ktcers. 21 50fS 75; Rood To cholco steers,
$7 ilitt 00; heifers., J4 2507 00; at bulls.
IS 0035 50: raws $5 00(75 50; milker
ml FpriiiKcrs, $25 00060 00; calves, $10 60
ItoKs Receipts, 3,000 head; heavies,
$9 00: mediums, $9 25; Yorkers, $) 25;
1U'V $ 25: rnuKhs, $8 00; statfs, $7 60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,200 ba4;
choice spring lambs. $6 71(97 10.
TOLEDO, O., OCT. 5.
Wheat, tl 08; corn, 70c; data, llfto;
clovtrMtd, tit 70.
Ii Which Nine Yooog Me
Are Bnled To Death
Mator Gar In Which They Wcr
Mini Goes Over BrMfie
PALL 60 FEtET TO TRACK BOUT
Automobile Owned and Driven by.
Son of Lumber Dealer and the Ogk
cupants Were His Chums Victims
Had Made Rounds of Roadhouses
and Were Homeward Bound When,
the Disaster Occurred.
Philadelphia, Oct. 7. The worsi
automobile accident in this city ots
curred when a touring car, raeiafr
along the Thirty-third street bosm.
vard, and just emerging 'from thx
park after a trip to roadhouses oa the
Wlssahlckon, plunged thrcugh th'
railing of a hrfdgo over the Penosyl
van la trdeks and fell to the groundv
58 feet below.
Bcven of the nine ocupants of Uir
car were killed outright and theothec
two died on their way to the German,
The car was owned and driven y
Edward Shaw, Jr., who was associ
ated with hl3father In the lumber bua
!ns. Ho purchased the car less
than a mouth ago and It was the first,
time ho had hart an opportunity tc
dcnioastrato to his acquaintance
hew hc-coiikr-driver it wHe gathererV
together eight of his chums, Robert
A. Hod, a nephew of a brewer; Alex
ander Xevtn, William Lawrence, Gor
don H. Miller, Daniel Wilkes, Jess
IT. HolraesErncst Schofleld and (Rob
ert Coisel. '
AH of these lost their lives.
Tho party came at terrific speesj.
down the boulevard. In turning U.
avoid the- machine, Charles I. Spayd,
who was driving an automobile in thu
opposite direction, collided with thtv
rear wheel o: the Show machine, Th
iioavily-loaded car swerved and crash,
ed through the Iron railing of thsj.
Kni'oleon, O., Oct 7. Persons, oa,
their way to church found tho char
red body of H. I. Alden, 27, pinned
l.eneath his burned automobile in
Mtch at his homo near this city. Tho
cur ukidded and turned turtle. At tho
toroiiur'K inquc3t it developed tua
he uruully droe at n fast rate.
CAPTURED A BURGLAR
Woman Dlsressrds Gun and Pounces
Upon and Holds Thief.
Canton, O., Oct. 7. Unarmed and
(maided, Mrs. David Rice captured a
burglar who confronted her with a
revolver. Disregarding the revolver,
the woman dared the burglar to
shoot, then leaped upon him and belt),
blm until neighbors came to her ati),'
At police headauarters the burglar
gave his name as Gilbert Wilson., U
Progressives File Briefs.
Columbus, O., Oct. 7. Briefs will,
be filed today with the Ohio supreme,
ourt, which will determine whether
It has Jurisdiction to review the d
clslon of Secretary of State Graves.
on tho protest of Chairman A. E. Sar.
tain of tho Franklin county Republk
can committee, in which the secret
tary holds the names of Republican,
and Democratic nominees could ao
be printed on the Progressive ticket,
A decision Is expected within a few
Taft Resumes Trip.
Daltou, Mass., Oct. 7, President
Taft resumed his motor trip today,
The president and Mrs. Taft and Sen"
ator W. Murray Crane attended
church Sunday and later took short
motor ride to the Biimmit of Windsor,
mountain, where, the senator has a.0
summer residence. The presideut
spent more than an hour sitting on
tho porch and enjoying the view front,
the top of the mountain, '
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