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EIGHT PAGES AC. COLUMNS. MJKANTON, PAM MONDAY MOBXIKG, SEPTEMBER 7, 189fi. TWO CENTS A COPY Sale if III Class Hosier y ' BEGINNING SMY. ScPL Conditions with which we are all mure or less fumlliiir have com pletely upset all the calculations of importers. There Ih h widespread craze for low-priced Roods and deal ers in tine. I'oreiKii-made hosiery And . themselves generally loaded down with bis stocks and heavy obliga tions, and littl cash to meet them. Hunks will no lonRer discount paper readily, and when hard pinched for money there Is but one thins left for the Importer, and that Is to llnd a firm that has the ready cash to help him out In exchange for Roods on the best terms he tan nrhke with them. These facts explain why we are enahlcd to offer such extraordinary values, for these are the conditions under which we fooiiRht the ko1h. We may add that the poods offered lielow are with one exception exactly the same as rcRUlar numbers we carry In stock, and the flRtires we ImuRht them at are lower than those asked by the manufacturers fii Kurope, us we know by expe rience. BAMGAINJFACTS. Lot Ladies' Silk Hose. ll.-rmsdorf stainless black, CO Rauce fine, warranted not to crock or turn treen. All sizes. liuarnti-t-. d value, HUc. Sale price, 4Sc. Sale Price, 45c. Lot Ladies' Rembrandt Hose. TVlter known nSTtrnp stitch ribbed hose, waiTunti d all silk and Herms dorf stainless blacks, 50 Range line, and extra long. A bargain at 'Joe. Sale Price, 48c. Lot Ladies' Lisle Hose. Stainless black hiRh-spliced heels ami toes. Co gauge line, nud inaj" Hum the celebrated Alacu or Egyp Hhii farms. Fully worth 40c. Sale Price,. 3 Pc. Lot Engrain Lisle Hose. llcnnsdorf dye, drop stitch rib, extra Roods, at r.nc, all seaVon. and ut that they are a matchless value. Sale Price 29c, Lot Embroidered Hose. 40 large Hermsdorf dyed black cot ton hose, plain or drop stitch, with prettily embroidered boot. All sizes for women. I'sually sold for inc.. Sale Price, 25c. Lot Ma co Yarn Hose. Absolutely fast coirs, with polka dots, produced by the new extrud ing process. Fine Ran He and very fashionable. I'sually Due, "Sale Price 25c. Lot Split Feet Hose. (iua ran teed real Macn or Ksyp tian yarns, Hermsdorf fast blacks, uU gauge line. Full regular made, split soles. A popular number ut ST'.je., Sale Price, 25c. Lot White Feet Hose. Prime fast black, fine gunge gen. uine Kgyptlan yarns, extra lonR, double heels and toes white feet Same as our special 33c. Roods, Sale Price, 25c. Lot Out-Side Hose. Extra sizes for those who like com. fort and ease. Imm-oved elastic tops, stainless Hermsdorf dyes and u very , line gauge. Same quality and make, bring r0t'. dully. Sale Price 25c. Lot Imported Hose. Rtalnlesa black, white feet, full Range, best ladles' stocking on the market for 25c.., Sale Price, J 7c. Lot Men's Half Hose. Full gauge, pretty silk embroider ies, Hermsdorf dyes In blak or tan. This is Ruarnteed a full Sue. quality and sells dally for that figure, Sale Price, 25c. See Our Windows. They will Interest you. GLOBE A red Of ExpIaMtM. !NEW CONCERT OF EUROPEAN POWERS Russia and Germany Aroused in the Interest of Humanity. PLAN TO TAKE CARE OF THE SULTAN Settlement of the Cretan Adair l'po Ihe Biinis. of tluronenu Kuprrviwioa lit' K(')iiote of the Scheme lo Plnee Ihe Sullun I ndcr the Tntelug( of . Amliiit.'.udor.Troulile I Apprc hetidrd nl t'oiistiiutiiiople. (Copyright, 1KW, by the I'lilted Associated Presses.) Herlin, Sept 6. The conferences which have taken place between the I'zar and the Kmperor and their accompanying Russian and t.erman diplomats, which at tlrst were alleged to be devoid of anything more Important than mere ceremonial conversations ure now- re rxuted to have taken the character of initiating a new concert of the powers which Is to have u bearing of the ut most Importance iipun the future events In Turkey. It Is not known definitely who originated the proposal but It Is, however, a matter of positive knowledge In lierllu that Prince Hohenlohe, the imperial Chancellor and Count Von Osten-Sacken, the Russian ambassador to Oerniany, are discussing a plan the purpose of which Is to pluce the Sultan under the tutelage of the ambassadors of the powers In Constantinople, who will be empowered to control the Sul tan's selection of ministers and also his appointments of provisional governors. The settlement of the troubles In Crete upon the basis of Kuropean supervis ion ttppears to have been the key note of this scheme, which at least would maintain the nominal Integrity of Tur key ami for a time enable the powers to escape being dragged Into a Ku ropean war over the division of the spoils of the Ottoman empire. Practi cally the foreign ambassadors are al ready treating Turkey as a government existing wholly upon sufferance, but they do not take the responsibilities which might to be assocluted with the situation, (inly the bare proposals have been heard of outside of the circle which is rorinulutlng the scheme, but the plan Is doubtless full of difficulties In the way of Its working smoothly. fine thing however, is certain, and that Is that both the entourage of the Kals.'r and that of the Czar are convinced that they can no longer rest content upon mere diplomatic remonstrances lo the Porte and it is well understood that family Influences upon the Czar at Copen huReu and similar Influences upon the Kaiser at Mahnoral have become insist ent beyond precedent in favor of an ef fective stoppage of horrors in Turkey ami these, iullucliccs It Is believed limy huvf been the most potent of all In de termining', the two emperors upon the course which il is now proposed to pur sue. I lpoinalie advices received from Constaui luople are such as lo cause well grounded fears here that very much worse things than have already occurred in Constantinople may hap pen in that city before the ambassa dor are able to arrange for armed in tervention to suppress disorders, lluit the sultan's palace clique, learning that the sultan's reigti is about to cease, may organise o massacre upon a very much larger scale Hum hereto fore and which will Involve many oth er persons than Armenians as Its vic tim. CAl'SK OF liIHCONTKNT. 'JMi,. report that the British, French iiuil Italian warships hi Turkish wat- ;4ern have been reinforced, while the (iermaii warships have not, have ex cited a widespread feeling of discon tent which Is belli;; freely expressed In the newspapers regardless of their political blus. Despite the activity of the other powers in augmenting their naval strength in Turkish waters the admiralty of (iennany have up to this time taken no steps to increase the strength and number of the lieruian war vessels there, but now, apparent ly Midcd by the utterances of tliO press Into doing something, they have now ordered the training ship Cheit enitu to Smyrna, and the gunboat Kr salss to replace the old and worn out l.oreley on the Cmstantinople station. These measures are extremely poor, indeed little better than none at all. if leimatiy is to llgure In the interven tion of the jiowers in front of Con stantinople, v The fetes at Preslau in honor of the Caar and Czarina bear a close resem blance to all of the preceding demon strations of the kind. The streets of the town are thronged with people who cheer in season and out and per sistently press upon the long lines of troops which occupy the bonier of the streets to keep the crowd from impell ing; the progress of the imperial visit ors us they pass. The heat yesterday and today was intense and served to Increase the general discomfort of the people. It was originally intended that the Czar and Czarina with their suites should occupy the royal castle, but the F.mperor's court marshal, who hns In charge the arrangements, found that the castle would be too small for both of the imperial visitors and their at tendants, so the new house of the Silesian Landtag, In course of erection, was hurriedly ordered to be completed within the three weeksremalnlng prior to the reception of the Czar. Accord ingly a force of eight hundred work men were employed night and day in genius the building and Its approach es in a passably lit condition and it was) only on Friday, the clay before the Czar's arrival, that they ceased work. A representative of the United Asso ciated Presses who was permitted to In spect the Interior of the building on Fri day found a dominant sense of newness everywhere and the raw odors of new wood, paint, etc., pervaded tho place. Still, the Imperial apartments were gor geous with tapestries, pictures, etc., which had been transferred to the build ing from the royal palaces of Prussia and ' presented a beautiful spectacle. The grand reception room, which was constructed within the central hall, was adorned with statuary and tropical plants. THE CZAR'S COOLNESS. The few words spoken by the cxar in responding to the emperor's toast at the banquet laRt evening are regarded In ofllcial circles as having been lacking in warmth and as a purely perfunctory recognition of the traditional senti ments existing between the imperial houses of (iennany and Kussia. The fact, too, that he replied In the French language instead of the (iernian, with which he is asfamiliarasthe kulser him self, is construed by the officials as hav ing been intended as a check. to Ger many's aims ut closer relations with Kussia. Last evening sixty cases of fractured limbs were treated at the hosoital on the (iranduu parade grounds and in the Hed Cross stations, us u result of the crush of spectators to witness the pa rade, on Friday nlRht over a hundred similar enseg were treated in the vari ous hospitals In this city. MARK HANNATALKS. He Is Entirely Satisfied with the Work of the Chicago Campaign WorkersGood Reports. Chicago, Sept.-B. In speaking of the work done by the Republican head quarters managers here, Mr. Hanna said today: "1 am very proud of my Chicago organization. They showed me reports of elllelent work and or ganization In every state. From the meaRre reports I received yesteday on my urrlval here I tlnd the disease Is yielding to treatment and that our work of education Is having the effect t expected. All our plans have now been mapped out for the west. I don't believe the crowds which went to hear Mr. llryun In New York state indicate any Increase In his following. It only shows u more general interest in the issues of this campaign. 1 have no misgivings about the east not going for Jlclvinley. We have a Rood chance to curry Texas If the harmony plan among the Republican factions noes through and the proposed fusion with the Populists carries. A party of prominent Texas Republicans were In to see me yesterday on this subject. I am well pleased with the western sit uation so fur us I have received re ports. Ohio needs stirring up a bit. A plan for Grand Army generals to make a combination lour of the west In opposition to .Mr. Itrynn was con summated at headquarter yesterday, fieneral Klissell A. Alger mid (ieiu'riil Daniel K. Sickles, the latter a McKinley Democrat, stopped In Chicugo on their return from the (Irand Army encamp ment. Oeiieial Alger placed his car at the disposal of the party of speakers, who will be ilenerals Alger and Sick els, General Franz Siegcl, of New York, also a McKinley Democrat; General Thomas .1. Slewart, of Pennsylvania: General MilhollHnd, of New York, and Corporal Jaines M. Tanner, of Wash ington. It was arranged to begin the lour throughout Wisconsin, Minneso ta, Iowa, Nebraska. Kansas und Mis souri, September l. General Sickles, who speaks inTolcclo Monday hIkM. went tniirjrflt f" Detroit Willi General Alger as his guest. .Mr. I'avne said the reports nuide lit lit confident the parly would carry Maryland, the Virginias, Delaware, Kentucky and Missouri. Major Dick arranged with Mr. McKinley by wire for Hie Urol her hood of IMuinotlve IChRlneers lo send a delegation lo Can ton September -'!!. MADMAN AT BAY. James Green, a Maniac, Fortifies Him self in His Home and Defies a Squad of Officers Ten Hours. Altnonn. Pa.. Sept. 6-An escaped mad man fortified himself In his home here today, ami for ten hours he kept tho whole pollco puce at buy with his re volver und tin axe. In the meantime he threatened to assassinate his wife and child. .lames Green, a maniac, whose home Is in Altooiin. recently escaped from the llarrlshurg state asylum and made his way lo this city. Karly this morning he gullied entrance to his wife's home ami tried to murder her ami their child with an axe. A stuad of policemen was hur riedly sent to capture the mad man. t'poii the arrival of the ollicers they found that Green had lucked himself In a room, the entrance to which he guard ed with a revolver and an axe. After considerable parley the police mude an effort to break down the door of the maniac's room. Their attempts were answered by a volley of shots from Green's revolver. The isillcemen re treuted. Six or seven different attempts were made to capture the lunatic, but he told the ollicers he would shoot tW first one who entered. He suid that he had his nxe in one hand, ready to split open the tlrst person that came through the door. In the meantime Green kept up a pretty lively shooting for ten hours. Then his ammunition failed, but not until one policeman had received a slight wound. At last the door was broken down and a hand-to-hand struggle ensued, the maniac defending himself desperately with his axe. He was finally overcome and locked up. but only after one of the officers iiud laid him senseless with his fist. A Drunken Mini Shot. New Yolk, Sept. A, Michael Mnrj aged M years, was shot ami Instantly k.ic-d on the second floor of Hut Kleventh ave nue at 6 o'clock this morning by John Tliearer, 311 years old. Theurer was ar rested. Murphy, Vho was intoxicated, had entered Theurer's house presiimahly hy mistake, but assaulting Theurer's fam ily he was shot through the heart. rrricht Train Wrecked. Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 0. A west bound fruight on the Pennsylvania ruilroail was wrecked at Dlllervllle early this morn ing, and engine and eight cars being de railed ami scattered over the tracks of the Pennsylvania and Heading Columbia roads. Traffic was blocked for twelve hours. Nobody was injured. Discovery of Morrison Foster. Pittsburg, Sept. 6. The committee ap pointed by the Democratic congressional convention to find a candidate for tho Twenty-third district have announce! that they have chosen Morrison Foster, of Kdgewood, who has. accepted and will make a run against Colonel W. A. Stone, the Republican nominee. Hrvan Lose a Dnily. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 0. Tie Park City Daily Times of UowHtig Green, which has been supporting Bryan and Bewail, came out yesterday for Palmer and Buckner. ELEVEN FIREMEN ARE ROASTED Terrible Tragedy at Beaton Harbor, Michigan. YORE'S OPERA HOUSE BURNED During the ('oMflngrulion a High Wall falls in, ( rushing the Idle Out of Eleven of the Victims and Wound lug Many Mre"ltesruc Party at W ork. Kenton Harbor. Mleh..Sept. 6. Yore's opera house and adjoining buildings were burned early this morning caus ing the death of eleven Bremen and Injury to a number of others and en tailing a loss of about 165,000. The killed are: Frunk Watson, married: Kdward H. Gunge, married: Arthur C. Hill, murrled: Frank Weaver, mar ried; Robert Rolfe, single,, all of St. Joseph; John Hoffman, married; Thcs. Klild. single; Frank Wcodley, married; Will Matten, married; Scott Rice, sin gle; Louis Hoff man, single, all of Ren ton Harbor. The seriously Injured are: Ex-Chief John A. Crawford, Benton Harbor, burned and overcome by heat and smoke; Frank Paget, St. Joseph, legs mashed by falling brick: Will Freud. St. Joseph, cut about the head and burned; Jack McCnrinuck, Renton Harbor, legs broken and Internally in jured. Several others were Injured by fall ing walls, but will recover. Shortly af ter midnight Yore's opera house, a large four-story brick structure, wfll discovered to be on lire.' It had gained so much headway before the alarm was clven that when the four city departments were Hunt for a.id ar rived soon after, the lire continued to gain, nnd yas spreading to other buildings when the Hook nnd Ladder company went to the rear of the building, hoiiing to be able to direct a stream Into the mass of flumes from a second story window. t Hardly h'ul they arrived there when the wall with a inightv crash came down uuon them, burying fifteen men under red-hot bricks. Other portions of the wull were wavering nnd the rescue of the imprisoned firemen was deterred some time, as It wan expected every mo ment the remainder of the wall would full. Filially some of the crowd rushed Into the muss to rescue the shrieking ami struggling men. it KSCI' K OF FltANK WATSON. Flank Watson, of St. Joseph, was the first man rescued. Dut he wus deud and his body was a mass of broken bones and mangled llesli. The search con tinued until live o'clock, when the Inst victim was removed. Three were car ried to offices and lii'lvo.y houses, where doctors f'-om both cities Were in wait ing to render aid. Some of them died en loiite. and othei'H while being cared for. The deud were taken lo the city hall, which was turned into a tempo ral y morgue. Some of the men wore so badly mangled that Identification was only had by letters und papers In their pockets. After the falling of the rear wall the roof and other walls soon col lapsed, one of tile side walls falling up on n two-story brick building owned by William Frick. completely demolishing it and lis contents. The lire had not been confined alone to the opera house, but had crept acrossi the alley, and soon tile rear of the two-story buildings were uflume. The fire, however, was gotten under control before- It reached the main pai l of the buildings. William Filck. block and slock of shoes JIii.ikki; Kvenihg News plant, M.iwo; .1. A. Simon, scenery In operu house tr.lio; S. M. Austin, building' and grocery stock, J.'.tMMi; D. Hunt, building and grocery stock, $t.onu. and many small losses. . The origin of the lire Is unknown, but Guy Preseott, who stated today that he knew how the lire started but was not going to give uny one away, wus arrest ed. The two cities. SI. Joseph and Hen ton Harbor, are draeil In mourning In honor of their dead. FIRES AT ORANGE. The City Infested Willi I'crsisteiit I'ire Hugs. Orange, N. J., Sept. 6. An Incendiary fire started early this morning in the moulding nnd pluning mill of George Cook, on Railroad !lace, opposite the depot of the Watehung railway, and be fore It was under control a number of buildings were destroyed, entailing a loss or about $:S0,(NH. The fire was un doubtedly the work of the same gang tha( started fires In the Oranges the past several weeks. The moulding und planing mill was filled with costly ma chinery and finished work ready for de livery. Other buildings destroyed were John Rerryman's carpenter shop, A. K. Robinson's carpenter shop, M. S. Pot ter's paint store, ami Frank Williams' carpenter shop. , A large stable In the rear of the Cook mill was burned, toR-ether with a lot of wagons, sleighs and carriages. Three horses perished In the flames. Mr. Cooke's house, west of the fire, was bad ly damaged and drenched with water. His losses are $20,000 on the mill. $J..",a0 on the house and $1,000 on furniture; total InRiirance. $15,500. John Perry man's loss la $8,000. Insurance, $:i,0u0; Mayne Potter,A. E. Robinson and Frank Williams f)iKi each, insured. The total loss Is $31,000; insurance, $17,000. f.nve II is Larynx a Rest. Milwaukee, . Wis., Sept. (!. Mr. Bryan spent 4 quiet day at the residence of K. C. Wall, Democratic nationnl committee man from Wisconsin. In the morning he attended services with Mrs. Wall ut Eman uel Presbyterian church. Re will leave Milwaukee at 7.1." tomorrow morning and reach Chicago at 9.20 o'clock. nil Works Itcstlmc. Holldayxbuhg. Pa.,' Sept. . There will be a resumption of operations tomorrow at the Hollidaysburg iron and nail works, after a long period of Idleness. The pHnt has been greatly enlarged and fitted with Improved machinery during the shut down. Two hundred and fifty men will be employed. Plucky Engineer. Sacramento, Cab, Sept. 6. The South ern Pacific east bound express' was halt ed at Webster station, nine milts west of Sacramento, last night by three maskod robbers. I'pon learning: the idiftitlty of those who signalled him the engineer of the express train shot one of the robbara and pulled out of the station. BURGLARS BAFFLED. Four Desperate Housebreakers- in Jail at Homestead. Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 6. Ida Marsh, the 16-year-old daughter of William Marsh, a photographer of Homestead, Pa., awoke about two o'clock this morn ing, feeling a hand clutching at her throat. !!he opened her eyes and saw a negro standing over her. He told her that if :ihe made an outcry he would knock her brains out, but despite the threat she managed to shake off the hand on her throat and screamed. Her father, who was sleeping' in the next room, went to her assistance with a revolver. The Intruder leaped froiu the second story window. His foot caught on an electric wire and he fell headlong to the ground. Roth his arms were broken, his right leg Injured, his head and face cut, and he is now in the county Jail, along with three others, charged with heliiR his accomplices. A fifth man escaped. The leader was Isaac Mills, and the others) were James Johnston, a Home stead barber Henry Armlngton, nnd an unknown colored man. The arrests were made on Information furnished by a colored boy who slept In an adjacent office, from which an entrance to the Marsh house was effected. li at Niagara" falls. His Excellency Was Very Much De lighted and Impressed by the Scene. Admires American Enterprise. Niagara Falls, Sept. 6. LI Hung Chang- and party arrived In this city at 11.45 o'clock 'this morning. LI made his appearance and was greeted with a burst of applause from the crowd of fully 4,000 people who had gathered to see him and which the police had much ditHculty in keeping in order. I'fHin the arrival ut the Cataract House which was headquarters, the party retired to their rooms, the whole second floor of the hotel having been reserved for them. About :U0 o'clock the start was made to see the falls. The train had ceased and the sun was shining brightly. Thousands of people filled the hotel cor ridor, verandas and the street outside. The falls reached, the viceroy watched them for a short time, his fuee wearing a curious expression, lie turned to his interpreter and addressed him. The latter said: "Ilia Kxeellency Is very much delighted und greatly Impressed." Next the parly were driven to the power house of the Cataract Construc tion company where they saw the mons ter 5.000 horse power dynamos running by tho energy of the Niagara river. LI spoke through his interpreter lit glowing terms of American enterprise and sold the sight was the most In teresting he had seen on his travels. He inquired the cost of the work und the revenue and other things. The parly then returned to the hotel. The Interpreter suid LI marveled much at tho American railways, saying they were the greatest he had ever seen. Asked If LI would .upon his return lo China, have the Knglish engineers, who ure building u railroad in that cuiintry. adopt the American system, he said he certainly would. At the? power house Li held out his cane toward one of the rapidly revolv ing dynamos and it was hi! by a pro jection and knocked out of his hand like a Hash. He was startled but said not 111 1 1 1;. He cume near being badly Injured by the occurrence. Tlic party remain In this city to night ii nd will cross the river nl H o'clock tomorrow morning. The Canadian Pacific has sent a special train of six curs to take the party through Canada from Niagara Fulls. Ontario, in Vancouver. This af ternoon the mayor and a few promin ent, citizens were received informally In Li J lung Chang's room. COLD WAVE COMING. The 'I'cniprrnltire Taken n Drop Out in Iowa. Washington. Iowa. Sept. 6. A cold wave struck this place yesterday af ternoon und the temperature fell some twenty degree. There Is danger of frost. Considerable corn would be damaged by a frost now. Kldor. Iowa, Sept. 6. There was a frost Saturday night in the low lands. Water was frozen In several places. A hard freeze Is looked for. Ntcnniship Arrival. New York, Sept. S. Arrived: Palntla, from Hamburg: La Normandie from Havre; Russia from Hamburg. Arrived out: La Hrelngne, nt Havre. Sailed for New York: 1'mbria, from (jiiceiisiown. Sighted : Munclien, Hremen for New York, passed I'eawle Point. ltepiidiiiles the Platform. New York. Sept. C Ron. Franklin Ba't lett, Democratic representative in con gress for the Seventh district of New York, is out In an 0en letter to Hon, MichaeY C. Murphy, repudiating the Chicago plat form and Its candidates. Herald' Wrnlher Forecast. New York. Sept. 7. In the middle states, today, generally fair with light south to southwesterly winds, sfight temperature changes, preceded by rain and high south erly winds on the coast and probably rain In the lake region. On Tuesday fair, warmer, light southwesterly to southerly winds. , . the m:vs this mokm.m;. Weather Indications Today; Felr; Northwesterly Wlndf. 1 Thousands Shook McKlnley's Hands. New Scheme to Curb the Sultan. Eleven Firemen Uurned In a Michigan Fire. 2 Senator Thurston Flays Rryan. 1 $ (LocaU Dr. Dixon's First -Sermon as Pastor of Penn Avuhi'Chiitch. The Saengerfest. 4 Kdltorial. ' Comment of the Press. 5 (Local) Riotous Time at tho Polloh Catholic Church In the Sotith Side. Local Democracy Is at Sea, 6 Base ball and Other Sports. 7 Suburban Happenings. Wall 8treet Review and Markets. 8 News Hp and Down the Valley. , Bell's Washington Letter. , ,. ; LARGE DELEGATIONS VISIT M'KINLEY The Candidate Shakes Hands with Five Thousand People. HE WILL TAKE A REST AT Z0AR Peuusylvauiaun in l.aree Number Arrive iu Cautou Programme lor the Coming Wcrk The Editors of Ohio Will Also Pay Their Respect. Canton, o., Sept. 6.-Major McKin ley shook hands with more than live thousand citizens of Pennsylvania yes terday and he Is somewhat fatigued today and more confirmed than ever to go to Zoar for a few days' rest this week. He hns been working very hard since his nomination and fio.-n the lat ter part of this week up to the very day of the election he expects to be occupied all the while and to have no time for recrentlon. Knar Is a quiet and quaint religious community, where the people own the property In com mon and are a law unto themselves. There Is a pleasant, beautifully situat ed sma'l hotel there which will be placed at the disposal of Major Mc Kinley. The drive to 55oar is pleas ant one, and is a llttie less than twen ty miles. Slajor McKinley said today that he would drive to Zoar. Mrs. Mc Kinley will jto with him, and probably Captain und Mrs. Helstand. Captain Helstand is an officer in the regular army, who Is devoted to Major Mc Kinley and who, at the latter's re quest, is acting us his confidential sec retary during his leave of absence. Mujor McKinley does not expect to re main longer than two or three days in Zoar, us he has to receive more dele gation the latter part of this week. LA IJCJK DKLKOATIONS. Delegations are coming In large num bers from nil parts of the country and no days go by without bringing letters of inquiry respecting dates for proposed vihlts. Major McKinley said to the cor respondent of the I'nited Associated Presses today that he Is always exceed ingly glad to have delegations come to Canton to see him, but It would be more convenient, In inany ways, if it could be arranged to have not more than two parties of visitors arrive on the same day. Delegations which contemplate coming to Canton should try to arrange the time of their coming so as not to bring visitors from too many places here on the same day. This can be done by telegraphing? to Canton, and ascer taining what dutes are open. Tuesday will be an Interesting day here. The editors of Ohio hold the an nual meeting; of their association in Canton. They are to be addressed by Charles Emory Smith and other news paper editors. They will ulso call upon Major McKinley and lie will make a speech to them. This will make the third editorial association to cull on Mr, McKinley since his riomiiiutloii. The others were the Michigan and West Vir ginia associations. OOV, KKADIiKY IN CANTON, flovernnr lirndley, of Kentucky made Major McKinley a brief call last night. He was accompanied by Colonel W. L. Hazllp of Lakeland. Col. J. C. Hryan t of Ashland. Col. Wilbur Smith of Lex ington, members of his stuiT, and his private secretary, F. 11. Roberts of Frankfort. The party hud been attending a meeting of the Tippecanoe Club at Cleveland, and the visit here was purely social. To a reporter llnv. llradley suid lie thought there was no doubt but. that McKinley will carry Kentucky. He ex pects the plurality to be between twen ty und twenty-live thousand. He ulso expressed the belief thut the Republi cans will curry West Virginia nnd Maryland and is very hopeful of Ten nessee. He attributed the crowds at tracted by Hryan to the desire to see u free circus without cost. He thinks Hryan will be the worst beaten man since Horace (ireeley. The people, he says, are beginning lo understand the silver quest ion, and the better they un derstand It the worse il Is for Hryan and his cause. . MURDERERS LYNCHED. Indignant Citizens nl Minnesota Show Their Disapproval ot a Jury's Ver dict in an Emphatic Manner. niencoe, Minn., Sept. 6. At two min utes after one o'clock this morning Charles Clngmnrs and Dorman Mus grove, who murdered Sheriff Rogers In June, was hanged to the railroad bridge less than a quarter of a mile out of town, (ine of the men was hanged from the north side of the bridge amt the other from the south side. The deed wus done by loo eltizensof McLeod coun ty, who thus expressed their disap proval of yesterday's verdict that Mus BTOve be confined to the state prison for life instead of being sent to the gallows. The murder was a cold blooded one, Musgrove deliberately shooting the sheriff to death when the latter tried to put the two men under arrests for a comparatively trilling offence. A lynch ing would have occurred at that time but for the prompt action of Governor CloURh, who sent out a company of militia from St. Paul just as the hang ing was about to come off. The prisoners were immediately taken to St. Paul and rut In Jail there. The trial of the two men for murder In' the first degree opened here about two weeks ago with W.W. Erw in. a well known St. Paul lawyer, for the defense. Krwin moved for separate trials and the case of Musgrove was taken up first. The trial closed on Thursday and at one o'clock Friday morning the Jury re turned a verdict of murder in the second degree after being out eight hours. This, together with the fact that Clngmnrs' trial would have to occur in another county owing to the difficulty of secur ing a jury, Incensed a large portion of the community. 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