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the Full Afternoon United press Report—Beat Afternoon Servlc* In the United otatea. VOL. 108. NO. 115. IEMCA IS miss RULED 5o 8ay« Dr. MasuJI Mlya&wi, a Jap anese Lawyer and He Makes a Suggestion to Newepa pep Men. WANTS TO RID JINGO Think* a Visit of American Newspaper M(n to Japan Would Change Their Attitude Toward That Country. BALTIMORE, Nov. 11.—Dr. Masuji Miyakawa, a Japanese lawyer repre senting the Japan-Frisco school con troversy, declared today that a move ment is afoot to Invite a hundred rep resentatives of American newspapers to study the conditions In Japan. A I flan has already been formulated [vhich the emperor approves. He said: "We people of Japan regard Amer ica as being press ruled. Your pa pers give the people all the news, and mould their opinions. Count Okuma, President Osano, and Presi dent Usen, of the two steam boat lines, think as do many of our prom inent meu, that if the newspapers only knew the conditions in Japan, md see just how the two countries in terests are cohesive there would be lit tle chance of a jingo news war to creep into the columns of the papers. Those men edit—they would know. Now they don't. When our Emperor sent a personal message to the pres ident—one of peace from the people of Japan, the majority whom hold the Emperor a descendent of God, and therefore can't make a mistake, Eaid: ["Great is America. We must hive [peace.' They echoed the Miifado's thoughts. It's a religion there to re gard the Mikado as a God. His mes sage has insured peace." When ask ed who would win in a war, the doc tor colsed his eyes and smiled and said: "Japan would be poor after a war, but you would practically be unprotected here. take Frisco and fornia. We wouudl have no need of I provision. There is fruit here, to feed the army. A struggle might last rears, but it would be in Frisco that Japan could mobilize an army that night -sweep the country. Mind you that's only theory in answer to a theoretical question. You uave no Port Arthur in this country." AT BALL MEETING American and Eastern Associations B" The meeting also rejected |0Brien's resolution providing for a 'eduction of membership in the na tional arbitration board from seven to providing class "A" clubs to have I 'tree members. O'Brien waa angry because the resolutions were defeated. Asked whether the eastern league! *ould withdraw he said he did know. Secretary Farrell declared the 0 offended leagues could withdraw 80 far 38 the association was concern j. q. Ewing of San Francisco, Judse Cavanaugh of Little Rock, M. ROOSEVELT A DANGEROUS MAN Hull Say, the President Is an Opponent to PU.T the Modern P«»co Idea. HILADELPHA, Nov. 1.—Prof. Wm. I Hull of Swarthinore, in an address clsiin'gllt at the J^'ends Peace Asso- dange'Ldec:'ared Roosevelt ^maUo"8-e"eniy f° jdvoJ! the CaUSe 0f He and Evans ttrenwif °f DEMAND ARREST OF MRS. REED Divorced Husband of Denver Woman Who Was Victim of Dynamite Outrage Demands Arrest of Offender. MAY MEAN MARRIAGE Mrs. Reed Was Paroled and Placed In Charge of Her Husband— Society Gossip is Now Busy. DENVER, Nov. 11.—Mrs. Allen Reed, who was arrested yesterday on a charge of threatening to kill Mrs. Genevieve Chandler Phipps, and her daughter, unless paid a sum of mon ey, was re-arrested today. She harl been paroled in the care of her hus band. The second arrest was demand ed by Lawrence C. Phipps, the di vorced husband of Mrs. Phipps. The society gossips are saying that a mar riage will probably result from the adventure. Criminal prosecution of Mrs. Read is probable. Mrs. phipps insists crim inal action will be taken or the wom an must be kept under surveillance at an asylum. Phipps fears another at tempt on the life of his daughter or former wife and the police are trying to locate Madame Leroy, who trav eled west from Chicago with Mrs. Read. The police believe the Madame used Mrs. Read's susceptibility to sug gestion to Induce her to try to extort cash. Mrs. Read insists she didn't follow the Madame's orders,1? which were to get cash or kill the woman and dauguhter before she got an arms length away. Mrs. Read was formerly Miss Frances Campbell of Plttsfleld, Mass., where the late, father,,was a wealthy manufacturer.1 mm Woman's Mind Affected. PITTSFIELD, Mass., Nov. li.—The relations of Mrs. Read here declare that they believe the woman's mind was unsettled before the Denver dy namite Attempt. A telegram from the Japan could woman's brother says that the trou pour into Call- ble is due to temporary insanity. THOUSANDS AT OARMACK FUNERAL Obsequies of the Late States Senator Held Today at Columbia, Tennessee. AWPS T**»*rx«T nnvn funeral of former senator Carmack, states court here today in behalf of' 'JaiC JJJ5 VHi.LiUlr.EilJ was held this morning at 11 o'clock, was CHICAGO, Nov. 11.—At a meeting by the mayor every business house in of magnates of the National Asso- the city closed from 11 to 1 o'clock elation of professional base ball clubs with thousands of people from all today representatives of the American parts of the state who rollowed the Hsoclation and eastern league with- body to the grave. Telegrams and drew from the meeting in anger and threaten to withdraw from the Na tional association entirely. The ac tion Is the defeat almoBt unanimously of resolutions presented by President O'Brien of the American association 'or a reduction in the southern and Western league from class "A" to class letters were received from congress men from all parts of the country. Six Killed in a Wreck. DENVER, Nov. 11.—Six people were killed and three were severly injured in a freight wreck at Borie, near Cheyenne, Wyoming, today. Six are dead and three were severe ly Injured on the Union Pacific, at Borie, eleven miles west of here, age caught fire. Engineer Schley,, Brakemen Sexton of Rock Island and Secre-1 gers and three Japanese workmen tary Farrell were named a committee confer with the national base ball to major league clubs privileges over gue minors. •Mt? Conductor Murphy, and the Fireman asks for damages in compensation for Christensen, are among the dead. I the depreciation of this stock by rea not Three or four of the bodies are still son of its sale. MOTORMAN SAVED LIFE OF A CHILD SUIT PILED AT DUBUQUE Kansas City Stockholder Files a Suit Against the Bell on Ground Anti-Gorman Law is under the wreckage. Nine people were killed and three Alleges General Plot. were probably fatally injured in the The complaint also alleges the Du Borie collision. The other dead are buque deal is part of a general plan me w'c. »u So Doing. NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 11—James Tolsen, a motorman, today wrecked his car and risked the lives of the passengers, in an effort to save the life of a child who had crawled on the "most the tracks ahead of him ln"'saw are the foremoBt e*l)a»8lon "Tort and fighting an(1 are greatly thwarting the •'scare ^evelope modern Idea The car hill. He step was runnlng doW" ®8l peace to be found in this I the child on the tracks, and put How? dec'arel Roosevelt, a on the brakes, and reversed the cur rent, the car stopping so abruptly that It left the tracks, and slid a long distance. The car was almost upset. Several of the passengers were severe ly bruised. Violated. DUBUQUE, Iowa, Nov. 10.—Otto C. Snyder of Kansas City, stockholder in the Dubuque Telephone company (in- COLUMBIA, Tenn., Nov. 11.—'The dependent) filed a suit in the United ^Vor of Crown Prince George as mjnority Rev. T. W. Boaz, pastor of the First pUrchase of stock of the Dubuque Tel Christian church, of which Carmack ep^one company, the Iowa Belle Tele- a member, officiated. Rev. R. phone company and their local repre- Threaten to Withdraw from Na- Linn Cave of Nashville, delivered the ggntatives be set aside on the ground maker by advocating the abdication of disappearance. Recently Hoganson tional Association. address. Acting under proclamation jg jn a man ]egeg that Apr„ 3 last the Bell inter. ests bought the control of the Du buque company, ousted the old board of directors and have since operated the company so as to injure it and with the purpose of establishing a monopoly in restraint of trade. Would Invalidate Sales. wkon or, „tr» frpleht collided with an operating to the disadvantage of a engine with a caboose. The wreck-1competing system until the main issue Second SjpecW Panel 1 Cail-1 is adjudicated. The complain, also urcll Brakemen Duncan and Stilt and Rod-] and conspiracy of the Bell system to •.' -:S^- MAV CMAJfc You TO -§C©$t Jm /bvy TELEPHONE PLOT OH CHARGED Bell Company Is Accused of Warring Against the Independent Con cerns and With Being /.-.V ft Trfjttte V£-, interests, asking that the The bill asks t.hat the purchase of break tonight. stock and the election of Bell directors and officers be set. aside that mean time these directors be enjoined from entering into contracts or in any way .. dent systems throughout he United States and therefore to crush competi-1 tion in the telephone business and re store to the Bell system a monopol justification of competition it re-, CUeS Ulat the But Came Near Wrecking the Car, 4,000,000 telephones as agaisnt the 'ndependent a os in is O if in Bell's 3,000,000 and has lowered the rates, bettered- the service an^I vastly increased the value of telephones to the public, and .claims the restora tion of a monopoly would result in great loss and inconvenience to the public. Doranda to Race Hays. LONDON. Nov. 11.—Doranda, a winner in the Marathon races, left to day on the Kron Prinzessin Cecelle for New York, where he will run a match race with Johnny Hays. Do rondo has been training for several weeks. iiiVL'.i'rQL KEOKUK, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, 5€TT 11, 1908.. //oW ortb Poijrr or- 4A For. KICKS FROM THE FOOTBALL FIELD SERVIA NEAR A CIVIL OUTBREAK ed—Negress Witness to Favor Lamphere. LA PORTE, Nov. 10.—The selection of a jury is progressing slowly in the ed toda'- It is intimated that the tes-! tin,on' of Mrs- 0f syfem h" THfc QAM CAPZAlrt OF &IVAI. POU7VCAL mm & k***#* ii 3 Insistent Demand For the Abdication of the King, and Elevation of !fe Crown Prince Causing *"*•••$ RUSSIA A PEACEMAKER! SUSPICIOUS Army is Divided Into Several Factions —Socialists Have a Violent Demonstration in Buda -Pest. BUDA PEST, Nov. 11.—Servia is on. the verge of a civil war as the result' MARENGO, 111 a violation of the Sher- Peter and offering him refuge and an drove to Bedford's farm to negotiate anti-trust law. The oompalint al- income in compensation for the loss, a small real estate deal of the throne. Violent Socialist Demonstration. BUDAPEST, No-. 11—A violent: de at as ad I cialists in 1 heart of the city to dav. Scores were injured before thej I police had dispersed the mod. The rioters are threatening another out- SLOW WORK TO GET GUNNESS JURY! ^gl,7rS? Lamphere. who will be ca led by the Attorney Worden, representing Lamphere. declared at noon he was confident the jury would be completed by tonight, the opening arguments be- tomorrow lenged at the opening of the afternoon session. Unable to Save Alexandrovich. American society for protecting politi cal fugitives today reported they were unsuccessful in their efforts to save A. Alexandrovich from deportation and certain death on bis arrival in Vienna Read The Gate City,-, $ v\ Foot JSAIL TkAMS rr fwrsmmi Touches ~s-,~ of A CoLLtCf: Sox/cation: Will Have an Opportunity to Prove Himself Innocent of the Charge of Murdering Oscar Magafi'son. j? .•w. FEATURES Haganson Drove to Bedford's Farm to Complete a Real Estate Deal —Last Time He Was Seen Alive. of the lnsist--.it demand by the anti- ford. aged forty, a fanner, arrives from will go into the White House absolute Regicides that the King abdicate in Ellis, Neb., tomorrow to face a charge l-»2liminary step towards the punish-j wealthy fanner near here. Hogan ment of the Regicides. The reports I son's body and head were horribly bat from Relgrad-! today say that the tered with a hatchet and found buried army is divided into several factions.! under a heap of ashes on Bedford's Russia is trying to act as a peace- farm, following Hoganson's mysterious of murdering Oscar Hoganson, a CHICAGO, Nov. fifty players of the contract* morning. Eleven men were in the jury box at the noon tWQ Qf these may be cha,. 11.—More Milwaukee Minneapo!is teains of were Gunness-Lamphere case. The second ,.u]es engaging in post-season special panel of jurymen is to be call-: games •TL44M#TOV•«• $ He was never again seen alive. The friends who were searching discovered that Bed- passenger ford had also disappeared. The body of Hoganson was found buried in an out-building. LONG LIST OF INELIGIBLES I Fifty Base Ball Players Disciplined by the National Board for Defying Rules. FJI*:.*. than and the American association and the Three-Eye and Southern and Pacific coast leagues re a up on he in el is the national board of arbitration. alleged to have defied the wit,h "outlaw" clubs. No fines were mcte,, out tjUt before signing for ,lext season tlle must app1y for re,bailment,')layerK tbeir wll! by Secretary Farrell. when decided upon DRUNKEN FRENZY'S TERRIBLE RESULT Kills Himself, Woman Has Chance to Recover. Nov. 11.—Secretaries of tlielr home Tuesday afternoon and ities which endeared her to a the Rusian, Lettish and Socialist so- then shot himself through the head, circle of friends^ cieties which have organized an'Causing instant death. The has slight chance for recovery vffs Series of Shocks, Growing in Intensity For Several Days, Has Been Disturbing Mining Sections LAST QUAKES VIOLENT DEMANDING A PLEDGE Boluders Hurled From the Mountains and Camps Endangered— Death Valley Being Deserted. SAX BERNARDINO, Cal., Nov. 11. —Death Valley and the surrounding country are in the throes of a series of earthquakes which began three weeks ago, the most violent of which occurred last Wednesday, carrying consernation among the mining camps and resulting in many miners and prospectors fleeing from the district. Samuel Lawrence, one of the first miners to reach here with the details of the earthquakes, says that for three weeks past there have been one or two rumbles daily. They have all been light with the exception of that which caused au upheaval in the dis trict last Wednesday. The dismal crags of Funeral Range seemed to fairly totter when the shock came last week. The miners were tossed from their bunks, camp equipment was scattered about, horses and mules stampeded, and immense boulders were thrown down.' At daybreak the miners commenced to leave. HITCHCOCK MADE NO PROMISES Tell6 Taft He Will Enter the White House Free and Un tramelled. MOT SPRINGS, Va., November 11.— National Chairman Frank H. Hitch cock said to Mr. Taft Tuesday: "I want you to know that you are not obliged to a single individual' through any promise made by me in the campaign." Mr. Taft has known all along that this was the plan upon which Mr, Hitchcock was running the campaign, but the national chairman's words were reassuring. "No promise Sias been made by me," said Chaiman Hitchcock later to the Nov. 11.—John Bed- newspaper correspondents. "Mr. Taft TI ly free and untramelled." Mr. Hitchcock added, upon inquiry, that this statement applied in every particular to the financial end of the campaign and that no pledges had been given either for personal ser vices or for contributions. NINE KILLED IN MRS. HAMMES PASSED BEYOND Well Knov/n Old Citizen of Keokuk Died at Her Home This Afternoon. 1 Michigan Man Shoot, Wife Twice and This afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the family home N'o. 919 Bank street, occurred the death of one of Keokuk's oldest and best known citi-l zens. Mrs. John Hammes. She had been sick for some time and her death comes as a great sor-, row was tal, In a drunken frenzy, Jacob Sikkema,1 f0r many years and was a woman who aged 32, shot his wife, Cora, twice at possessed a number of excellent qual-1 1 Will Recognize New Government WASHINGTON. Nov. 11.—The Un- of the M. Stern & ited States has decided to recognize one son is John the new government in Paraguay, as loosa. a result of a successful revolution, last spring. to her imny friends, ior she, „11(J GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. Nov. 11.— she had been a resident of this city woman Her husband, John Hammes. is still! Read The Gate City. tj *v ij--.tr- -•£.•" -1^3 Read The Daily Gate City, Keokuk's Best Newspaper, 10 CENTS PER WEEK EIGHT PAGES CRITICISM OF EMPEROR GOES ON Reichstag Gallery Packed When the Criticisms of the Emperors "Indiscretions" Came up For Discussion. Want the Kaiser to First Submit Hl» Utterances to the Ministers of the Foreign Office. BERLIN, Nov. 11.—The Reichstag' gallery was packed today for the con tinuance of the debate on the Em*: peror's "indescretions." Scrader and, Hoffman, representing the natlonali liberals United Liberas respective ly I Gamp the conservatives Norman"' the imperialist conservatives Zim«i merman the Agrarians led today' at»i tack. The speakers demanded a! pledge of the Kaiser to restrain in the future from giving interviews without first submitting his remarks to the ministers of tihe foreign office. Norman declared the "dignity of .the nation to nothing of its safety demands a check in the royal perogatlvo of sowing broadcast opinions that don't in the least reflect tho real German senti ment." Baron Gamp was the moat temper ate speaker. He said the real fault with the Kaiser was with his advisers none of whom since Bismarck's time dared to tell him the truth concern ing national affairs. Ho said tho Kaiser had admirable qualities but was the victim of his advisers. The words were a slap at Von Buelow. DENVER, Colo., Nov. 11.—As a direct result of tho Roosevelt ADD GOMPERS GLS As a direct result of the Roosevelt snub to Gouipers his candidacy was given a strong impetus and growing hostility to the federal administration among the federation delegates. The Gompers' men, who have been un friendly to Keefe, Mitchell and James Duncan, today declared the chief in centive of the public announcement of these men that they decline the president's invitation was not so much anxiety to support Gompers as it was the fear of the delegates whom they say would have been wrathy. TODAY'S MARKETS. Chicago Grain Market. CHICAGO, "ill., Nov. 11.— Open. High. Txw. 102 y2 104 .621/b G2V2 49% 49% Wheat Corn Oats SOUTHERN WRECK Trains Collide Near Or leans, Wreckage Takes Fire, But Soon Extinguished. NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 11—At least nine were killed and a number were injured in l-ear end collission at New Oriean the Northwestern railway at LitlNosrods, twelve males away. Nine bodies have been recov ered already. The New Orleans and the Great Northern train collided it a N or he as pa a in with five coaches and a baggage car., Aii or the latter cars were derailed. 1 re a to ok re as so on extinguished. Butter—Unchanged. Eggs—Nearly hite, fancy, 46@4Sc: fresh fiirsts 32@33c. Cheese—Unchanged. I Kansas City Live KANSAS CITY. Nov. •Receipts. 10,000 head higher steers, §4.50@7. $2.75(5 4.00. greatly beloved and respected by: Government bonds un all who knew hei. c"anse": hiving and she is also survived by nigh, when the Dorter exploded, wreck- two sons and a daughter. The daugn ter is Miss Helena Hammes, manager! deaths of five persons. Son store here and! sengers and the crew were hurled in llammes of Oska- Stock. 11.—Cattle—• nuarket lOo ,30 stockers, Hogs—Receipts, 20,000 head ket steady bulk, $5.30(?K.80 $3.50 @5.00. IN' 4 "J. .:v fi 1 -J I 'I Close. 303% G2% 491/2 .102 cm 491/4 1 Chicago Live Stock. CHICAGO, Nov. 11.—Cattle, 19,000 I 10c higher beeves, $firstname.lastname@example.org stockers, )2.C0@4.55. Hogs—40,000 steady light, $5.10® 5.90 heavy, $5.G0@6.12 pigs, $3.75 (&.5.70. Sheep—20,000 steady natives, $2.70(54.50 lambs, $3.75@G.00. New York Produce. NEW YORK, Nov. 11.—Poultry Dressed, moderate demand live, steady. JK* mar piga. Sheep—Receipts. 6,000 head mar ket steady muttons, $email@example.com lambs, $4.25.@4.62. New York Stocks. NEW YORK, Nov. 11.—After the establishment of prices at low range the market rallied slightly. Erie and Canadian Pacific were strong all ,'VS, -j*, hour b|jt the rest of e(J Qf 1 tQ tontis irreguluar. ot lel' Explosion Aboard Ship. widei NORTH BAY. Out., Nov. 11.--The steamer Temiskaming was approach- ,nS a landing at Temiskaming last jng the steamer and causing the Several pas- to the water by the shock and many were injured. Awing to the remote ness of the scene of the tragedy de tails are lacking. i- I •W"*" 1 Y!