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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
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Justice! of the Peace O. A. Randall, D. W. Clark. Oouneiimen. J.W, Landers, X T. Dale, O. B. Robinson, Wm. Smearbaugh, H. J. Hopkins. W. O. Calhoun, A. 11. Kelly. Oanstablt Charlf I Clark. Collector W H.lood. Sahoot LKrectora J. O. Soowden, R. M. Herman, Q. Jainleson, J. J. Landers, J. C. Ueldt, Joseph Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Member of Congress P. M. 8 peer. Member of Nenate J. K. P. Hall. Assembly W. J. Campbell. President Judge W. D. Hinckley. Aatoexate Judges-P. C. Hill, Samuel Aul. Prothonotary, Register & Recorder, te. J. C. GeiHt. Sheriff H. R. Maxwell. Treasurer Geo. W. Uoleman. Commissioner! Wm. H. Harrison, J. M. Zuendel, II. II. McClellan. District Attorney M. A. Oarrlnger. Jury Oommissioneri Ernest Sibble, Lewis Wagner. Coroner Dr. M. O Kerr. County Auditor! George H. Warden, A. C. Gregg and J. P. Kelly. .County Surveyor D. W. Clark. County Superintendent J . O. Carson. Heular Terms mt Caart. Fourth Monday of February. Third Monday of May. Fourth Monday of September. Third Monday of November. Regular Meetings of County Commis sioners 1st and 8d Tuesdays of month. I'aarch aa Mabbalh ttchaal. Presbyterian Sabbath School at 9:46 a. m. t M. E. Sabbath School at 10:00 a. m. Preaching In M. E. Church every Sab bath evening by Rev. W.8. Burton. Preaching In the F. M. Church every Sabbath evening at the usual hour. Rev. G. A. Garrett, Pastor. Preaching in the Presbyterian church every Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. H.'A. Bailey, Factor. The regular meetings of the W. 0. T. U. are held at the headquarter on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI' NESTA LODGE, No. 869, 1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Tuesday evening, In Odd Fellows' Hall, Partridge building. CAPT. GEORGE STOW POST, No.274 G. A. R. Meets 1st Tuesday after noon of each month at 3 o'clock. CAPT. GEORGE STOW CORPS, No. 137, W. R. C, meets first and third Wednesday evening or each month. TF. RITCHEY, ATTORN E Y-AT- LAW, Tioneata, Pa. MA. CARRINGER, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. Olllce over Forest County National Bank Building, TIONESTA, PA. CURTIS M. 8IIAWKEY. ATTORN E Y-AT-LAW, Warren, Pa. Practice in Forest Co. A C BROWN, A ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Office In Arner Building, Cor. Elm and Bridge Sts., Tlonesta, Pa. FRANK 8. HUNTER, D. D. 8. . Rooms over Citizens Nat. Bank, IIONESTA, PA. DR. f'.'J. BOVARD, Physician A Surgeon, TIONEdTA, PA. Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted. D R. J. B. BIGGINS. Physician and Surgeon, OIL CITY, PA. HOTEL WEAVER, JOSEPH RENSI, Proprietor. ' Modern and up-to-date in all its ap pointments. Every convenience and ooinfort provided for the traveling public CENTRAL HOUSE, R. A. FULTON, Proprietor. Tlonseta, Pa. This is the most oentrally located hotel In the place, and has all the modern Improvements. No pains will be spared to make it a pleasant stopping place for the traveling public. pHIL. EMERT FANCY BOOT A SHOEMAKER. Shop over R. L. Haslet's grocery store on Elm street. Is prepared to do all Kinds ot custom work from the finest to the. coarsest and guarantees his work to give perfect satisfaction. Prompt atten tion given to mending, and prices rea sonable. Fred. Grettonberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Blacksmithiug prompt ly done at Low Rates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and just west of the Shaw HouBe, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER WaJl Paper I have just received Two Thousand Rolls of 1911 WALL PAPEIl Now is the time to get your paper iDg done before the spring rush. Then it will be almost impossible to get a paperhaoger and that will delay your housecleaning. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Oil Cloth, Faints, Oil, Varnish, Sewing Machine Supplies and Notions. G.P.RODDA, Next Door to the Fruit Store, Elm Street, Tjonesta, pa. THREE PERISH IN FIRE. Father, Mother and Son Burned to Death at Addison, N. Y. All the Victim Lost Their Lives In Blaze That Destroyed Their Home. Alarm Was Given by an Engineer of Buffalo & Susquehanna Train Which Wat Passing the Spot Oth. er News of General Interest. Walter Tompkins, a prominent fruit grower, his wife and their 14-year-old son, all perished In the flames which destroyed his home at Addison, N. Y. The fire waa discovered by Engineer Timothy Train of the Buffalo & Bus quehanna railroad, who, while hU train war. parsing the spot, saw the flumes and shrieked a warning . with the locomotive whistle. The firemen quickly responded, but the fire waa beyond control. The chnrred bodies of the three vie tlma were found In the debris. Tho fire Is thought to have started from a leaky gas jol. Tompkins and his fam' ly were probably overcomo by tho fumes while asleep and could not es cape the flames. WOUND NOT FATAL Ralph Williams Shot by Marlon Kit burn at Randolph Improving. Marion G. Kllburn wa9 token from the county Jail at Little Valley, N. Y., to Salamanca, where he waa arraign cl before County Judge Dowd, charg ed with assault In the first degree. Kllburn shot Ralph Williams near Randolph. Both are farmers. Kllburn pleaded not guilty, waived examination and was held for the grand jury In $5,000 ball. His father, Manley N. Kilburn of Little Valley, und Samuel A. Underwood of Ran dolph qualified as sureties. Kll burn returned to his home near Ran dolph. He la 22 years old and mar ried. Williams la at the Jones hospital In Jamestown with a bullet in his left Bide. Physicians stated that he would recover unWs complications set In. Hi is 21 yerra old and unmarried. Hp Insists that. Kllburn started the fight Friday and that he knocked Kllburn down after he had been shot. KI1 bun claims ho shot Williams In self defense while lying on the ground. BODY IN FISH TANK May Be Foul Play In Death of Chau tauqua Farmer. . . A gruesome f nd wus made In n small flsii tank near Cheney's point, on Chautauqua lake, when tho body of a man was seen protruding from the tank with the head Immersed in the water. The body' wan taken to an un dertaking establishment, where It was identified as that of Charles Ry bloom, a wellknown farmer of that vi cinity. It Is not known hew the body came to be In the tank. Whether It was a case of accidental drowning, sulcld or foul play, Is not. known. Rybloom'a wife died some time ago, hlH children have become scattered and he lived fclone. He was about 50 years old. Young Farmer Fatally Shot. Loman Leatherslck, a promnlent young farmer residing about two miles from Caledonia, N. Y., met death while hunting pheasants In the woods near the village of Caledonia. Mr. Leatherslck and his brother-in-law, Frank King, were passing through the woods, near the home of David Macaulev. when King's gun was accidentally discharged as he was climbing over a log. The entire charge of No. 4 shot struck Leather sick, who was following him, entering the bowels at the left side. He was taken to the Macauley home and Dr. Foster was called. He was later re moved to hia own home and Dr. Will iam Becker of Rochester was sent for, but the Injured man died before the dotor arrived. Mlddleport to Have a $200,000 Plant. Mlddbport, N. Y., Is to have a new $200,000 Industry. John A. Levis, president of the Universal Fiber lioard company, a corporation form ed with a capital of $2."0,000, has been In that village the past week looking over the old site of the Hartland Pa per company mill, cn which he holds an option for purchase. Mr. Levis Is We president, of the Rochester Fiber Board company and also of the Joh A. Levis Paoer Box company, two Tery successful Industries now Incor porated at Rochester, Foot l Hacked Off. . Charles Steele had a narrow escape from death when he went to sleep on the switch in the rear of the Armour cold storage plant In Olean, N. Y. A freight car was backed down onto him and as he lay between the rails he was twisted and rolled by the un dorrigging of the car. His right foot was cut off and he was otherwise bruised. Two men rescued him by crawling under the car and releasing Mm. .frtstal Bank at Port Allegany, Pa. Postmaster Colcord has been noti fied that a postal savings bank will bo established ir Port Allegany, Pa. fn connection with the local office, ef fe.etive on Wednesday, Nov. 22. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Man Whom He Alleged Assaulted Him It Acquitted. AUSTIN DAM CONDEMMED Two Expert Engineers Swear Its Con structlon Was Faulty. That the Austin (Pa.) dam was fnulty In design and construction is the verdict of twe expert engineers who testified before the coroner at Coudersport, Pa. Professor Frank H. McKIbbln, teacher of civil engineering In the Le high university, Eald that he found that the dam showed a faulty founda tion, composed In the main of sand stone and thin shale, the thin layers Inclining downstream and that many of the shale layers were rotten; that the base was level and not sloped to prevent sliding; that the cross sec tions w'cre not heavy enough; that there were large horizontal construc tion joints that admitted water; that large stones of a poor nature were embedded In the structure; that its condition was such that In his opln Ion It was not safe to fill it half full of water. Ho said that its construc tion was such that there was no per centage of safety and that dams usu ally had 200 per cent or twice as strong as they need be. Profesjoi Alfred D. Flynn, depart ment engineer of the board of water supply o? New York city, also gave ex pert testimony which practically sub stantiated all that Professor McKIb bln had said. L. C. Hatton, the engineer who de signed the Austin dam Is in Florida as an expert witness and a letter from him was rend in which he stated that he could net bo in Coudersport before Dec. 4 or 11. LeRoy Elevator Destroyed by Fire. The fruit evaporator of O. A. Skutt & Co., formerly Ladd's wagon shop, on West Vain street, LeRoy, N. Y., waa gutted by fire, having caught from the kilns. It burned rapidly before a strong west wind, and at one time It looked as If some house' on that side of the street would go, but these were saved by good work of the firemen. The storehouse con taining thousands of dollars of dry ntock was saved The loss Is estimat ed at $2,000, with some Insurance. Promoter Dunbee Indicted. The grand jury at Wllltes-Barre, Pa., has Indicted 'Joseph Dun fee of Syracuse, N. Y., a promoter of the Wllkes-Barre Light company, n new concern, on the charge of cor rupt solicitation of a public official He Is charged with sending $4,000 In cash and $20,000 In bonds to Mayor Knlffen of this city to secure his sig nature to an ordinance granting the new light company a 75-year fran chise. Lost 10,000 Ducks. C. A. Stauffer, a poultry raiser at White House, near Carlisle, Pa., has In three months lost 10,000 ducks, worth $6,000, from some mysterious disease. The epidemic ceased when ho The epidemic ceased when he stop ped feeding the fowls on rap feed jonght from an out-of-town dealer. Frequently as many of 300 ducks died In a single night. Hangs Himself In Cell. Marcus Blanchard, 20 years old, a prisoner In the county jail nt Water town, committed suicide by hanging himself with a belt strap from the bars of his cell Blanchard was sent enced from Carthage a few days ago to serve four months for utsing im proper language to his parents. Reign of Tragedies In Fulton County. As a result, it Is alleged, of a kick ing and beating inflicted by Van Ort on, son of Dr. S. Orton, of Northamp ton, Jerome Houseman, 50 years old. died there. Orton Is under arrest Three murders preceding the death o' ' ,nsein:in have occurred in Fulton ounty during the last three weeks. Nearly Frozen to Death. Fred Hathaway of Ulysses, Pa., who was found by a posBe of men nearly frozen lo death after a day nnd a night of wandering in the woods, as taken at once to an Insti tution. 'r t-e insane. NT:? ITALIANS ARE ROUTED Lose 500 Killed With Arms and Ammunition at Derna. Turks Lose 80 Killed and 80 Woundec In the Fight Besides Capturing 11 Cannon Senoussls Arabs, Number Ing More Than 8,000,000, Are AlHet With the Attacking Force Watei Supply of Tripoli Captured by th Turkish Forces. Washington, Nov. 7. At the Turk Ish embassy here last, night a tele gram was received from the foreigr ffice at Constantinople telling of the victories of the Turks against thf Ituliana at Derna, In Tripoli. The tel cgram was sent by the Turkish mln Isrer of foreign affairs, Assim Bev and addressed to Ambassador Yon tons Zia Pasha, as follows: "I Immediately transmit you th following telegram received from En ver Bey, dated Oct. 28, only Just re celved : " 'The Imperial troops, reinforced by the Senoussls,- have wor a great victory against Italians at Derna Eighteen cannon, a ronslderablt quantity of arms and ammunition tak en from tho enemy whose lost amounts to 500 dead. Our loss con slats of SO deaths and 80 wounded Provisions and ammunition taker from the enemy are sufficient for out forces for a long time. ENVER.' " According to statements made at tho embassy, Enver Bey Is the com mnnriant of tha Turkish forces at Der na. Derna, It Is slated, which Is or the coast of Tripoli, Is the seconJ most Important city of Tripoli. Th statement Is also made at the embas sy that the Senoussls referred to are a tribe of Arabs numbering more than 8,000.000 and loyal to the Turk ish government. Enver Bey was formerly a military attache of the Turkish embassy at Berlin and also assumed a leading part In the Young Turk movement which lod to the establishment of the present Turkish government. Constantinople, Nov. 7. The gov ernment has issued an offiial state ment In which It Is asserted that the Turkish forces have occupied Derns pfter severe fighting In which 500 Ital Sans wer killed. It Is also said that the remainder of the Italian expedl tlonary force was captured along with IS guns. ITALIANS "DRIVEN BACK Two Days of Steady Fighting Have Forced Caneva's Men Back Into Streets of Tripoli. London, Nov. 7. The Evening Standard says that dispatches re ceived In London show that the Ital lans have met with further reverses In Tripoli. The Turks have made an other series of attacks on the Italians and recaptured all the forts around Tripoli. General Caneva's troops have been driven back into the town. The oasis on which there was a wholesale slaughter of Arabs Is now occupied by the Turks, who have also captured Boulmanla, where the Trl- polltan water works are situated. The Italian troops are said to bo getting water from the ships In the harbor, but In tho event of a storm prevent ing the landing of water from these vessels the position of the tnvadlna soldiers will be serious. The water of the wells In the town and the rain water secured In the Arab houses only partially suffice for the use of the Inhabitants and this supply would be quite Inadequate for the troops. Dispatches received by the foreign office from Constantinople say there has been steady fighting for the past two days titar Tripoli and the Italians have been driven back into the streets of the town. The Evening Standard says It Is In formed that the cabinets of Europe are endeavoring to arrange terms of pence. Turkey Is willing to accept mediation on condition that Italy fore goes her claim to political rights In Tripoli and Cyrenaica and Is willing to grant all the economic privileges possible.' REBELS GAINING GROUND Entire Country From Woo Sung to Lunhwang In Possession of Revolutionists. Shanghai, Nov. 7. The four gun boats of Admiral Sa Chen Ping, which have arrived at Woosung In bad con dition, are flying the flag of the rev olution. Soc Chow, Nlng Po and Quln San have gone over to the re bels. Soo Chow or Stichow is In prov Ino of Klang Su, on the Grand canal. Nlng Po is in the ' province of Che lung. Wu Ting Fang, formerly Chinese minister to the United States has been appointed local head of the for eign bureau. A masiere Is feared at Hang Chow which has been almost completely destroyed by fire. All foreigners have been advised to leave. Li Ping Hav, a prominent member of the new rebel government and hiirman of the Chinese chamber of commerce, has Issued a proclamation cancelling arreais of taxes in the provinces of Kiang Su, Chen Ping and Fu Klen, except customs. The entire country from Woo Sung to Lunchwang is In possession of the Republicans. R0DGERS ENDS LONG TRIP First Transcontinental Aviator Lands Safely at Pasadena, Cal. Calbraith P. Rodgers, first trans continental . aviator, completed the last ltr of his epochal route Sunday afternoon shortly after 4 o'clock and descended at Tournament park, Pasa dena, Cal. His coming was awaited by thous ands and no sooner had the blrdman Drought his aerial steed to earth than be was literally mobbed. Men, women apt children surround ed Rodgers and fought and struggled for an opportunity to shake his hands, speak a word to him, or seize some "part of his dress or equipment as a souvenir. The police were compelled to use their clubs In order to force the crowd back from the aeroplane, which they were In a fair way to tear to pieces. Finally, guarded by the po lice, Rodgers made his way through the throng and was driven to a hotel, where he went to bed. His plans call for a continuation of the flight, a distance of 20 miles, to the ocean, where he will land on th beach, thus actually completing his ocean-to-ocean trip. Rodgers In his journey from New York to Banning travelled a total of 4,141 miles In 4,866 minutes actual flying time. HOME FOTCHllDREN BEING INVESTIGATED Negligence and Suffering Charg ed to Indiana Institution, Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Abuses at the Hadley home for children are being .investigated by the state board of charities and the reports show negli gence and consequent suffering that board members say Is little less than criminal. There are accommodations for about 50 children, but 71 are in the in stitution and half of them are suffer ing from some kind of skin diseases. In the matter of bathing, which js done In the old-fashioned method of pouring water Into a tub and plunging the child therein, it was reported that 23 little girls were bathed with only three changes of water. This condition was reported where many of the little girls had Infectious skin diseases described as the "Itch." The agent here reported not a girl in the Institution that could be classed as "placeable." On the day the visit was made the children hnd sweet and Irish potatoes and light bread for dinner, these con stituted the meal. Nothing was giv en them to drink. Those 'n charge said water made too much muss and was not good for the children. ULRICH WAS ACQUITTED Jury Finds Man Alleged to Have As saulted Booker T. Washington Not Guilty. New York, Nov. 7. Henry A. Ul rich, who haa been held since March 19 on the charge of assaulting Dr. Booker T. Washington, the negro edit oator, outside of Ulrlch'a premises at 11 West 63rd rtreet, was acquit ted by the Justices of the court of special sessions, Justices Moss and Zoller voting for acquittal and Jus tice O'Keefe dissenting. Immediately thereafter ho was ar rested again on the charge of being a fugitive from Justice, preferred by the police authorities of Orange, N. .T., where the Essex grand jury in Its April term found an Indictment against Ulrieh for the abandonment of his wife. Because of a confusion In seeking proper judicial authority for the granting of bail pending extradition Ulrlch's counsel could not find a su preme court justice until It was too late and In default of securing ball Ulrich had to go to the Tombs. Booker T. Washington left the court room after the decision of tho justice on Ulrlch's case had been rendered without comment. Twenty-two Sailors Drowned. London, Nov. 7. -The Greek steam ship Lordos Byron, from Andros Is land for Antwerp, foundered In lati tude 4!.22; longitude 3.36. Twenty. two of the 25 members of the crew were drowned. The three survivors were picked up by the Dutch steam ship Grot ins. Gates' Divorced Wife to Marry. New York, Nov. 7. A license was Issued to Romeo Miglletta, and Mrs. Mary Whedon Gates, who recently ob- tained a divorce from Charles G. Gates, eon of the lato John W. Gates. Mr. Miglletta gave his age as 32 years and Italy as his home. Excitement In Running Car Fatal. Charles W. McBrlde, prominent business man of Falrport, N. Y., died suddenly In his automobile recently purchased It Is thought that the ex citement Incident to handling the car for the first time affected his heart. Child a Living Torc'-i, Lucy Robs, four years old, of Corry, Pa., became a llvnlg torch when she let her clothes on fire with paper, A passerby extinguished the flames, but the little one was fatally burned. NEWSY PARAGRAPHS Summary of the Week's News of Ihe World. Happenings From All Parts of the Globe Put Into Shape For Easy Reading What All the World ' Talking About Cream of the News Culled From Long Dispatches. Wednesday. All the northwestern suburbs and approaches to Tripoli were reported recaptured by the Turks. Governor Dix at Albany signed the Grady bill equalizing the salaries of the school teachers of New York city, A Rome dispatch said that the ap pointment of three new cardinals for the United States paved the way for an American pope. Mrs. McRee ,on trial for the murder of Allan Garland, at Opelouas, La., testified that s,'ie fhot the young man In defense of Tier honor. Judge Bordwell ruled in the McNa mara murder trial at Los Angeles that opposition to conviction on clrcum stantial evidence was not a ground for challenge available to the de fense. Thursday. The grand jury of Suffolk County Mass., Indicted the Rev. Dr. Rlcheson for the murder of Avis LInnell. Reinforcements for the Italian army in Tripoli may Increase that force to 100,000 by January 1. The British cabinet's first discussion of the home rule scheme revealed a subsidy of $75,000,000 or $100,000,000 might be necessary. John Montgomery, of Santa Clara College, Cal., Inventor of an nero- plant glller, was killed while experi menting with his airship near Ever green, Cal. The contest over the will of Clar ence F. Glover, the murdered laundry man, of Valtham, Mass., was settled at Cambridge, Mass., through a prl vate arrangement between the widow nnd the five brothers of her husband Friday. The express car on a Rock Island areoplane in actual warfare received by the Turkish encampment outside Tripoli. Yuan Ph'h Kat was appointed pre- mler of China, foreshadowing a cessa tion of hostilities and a real constitu tional government. The exnress car on a Rock Island passenger rain was blown up with dynamite by robbers near Hurlburt, Ark., who obtained a number of reg Istered letters; the passengers were not attacked. The Rev. Frank W. Sanford, h.?ad of the Holy Ghost and Us so clety, was arraigned before a United States commissioner In Portland, Me., charged with causing the death of a member of the company aboard the yacht Coronet. Saturday. Lady Colin Campbell died In Lon don. The Taylor system of scientific shop management was Indorsed by the war department after a test at the Watertown arsenal. Champ Clark, in a speech at Free- mont, Neb., declared that nine-tenths of the people of this country favored the annexation of Canada. The second part, of the Morocco treaty between France and Germanv was agreed upon, and announcement was made that it will be signed to morrow. Experts testified at the Austin, Pa., dam Inquest In Coudersport, Pa., that the construction and design were faul ty; T. Chalkey Hatton, the designer, will be heard next month. Monday. An Italian squadron was reported In the Aegean. Admiral Murdock landed 200 ma rines at Shanghai. President Taft Fpent the day in rest and recreation at Hot Springs. A man sacrificed his life In rescuing a woman from the Krle canal, at Utica. A great Italian reverse was report ed, Turks and Arabs re-entering Trip oli. Mme. Crie, In Paris, denied she had eloped with Professor Lnngevln, as reported. Affidavits by newspaper correspond ents refuted Premier Giolltti's denial of atrocities. Fire was again reported In Hankow, tho American Wosleyan mission be ing among the buildings destroyed. Tuesday. Several men were reported to have lost their lives by the collupse of a pier across the American river near Auburn, Cal. The United States was officially asked by the porte to Intervene and put a stop to the atrocities in Tripo li and lo Impose peace. An accident to the biplano of Rob ert G. Fowler, the 'cross-continent av iator, caused him to temporarily halt, his flight near El Paso, Tex. The Newfoundland steamer Clyde was reported ashore near Little Bay and the British cruiser Brilliant wiis sent to the vessel's aid. A young man received a watch at Ludlow, Mass., us a prize for never having sworn, smoked, chewed tobac co, drunk intoxicating liquors or kiss ed a girl outside his own family. CAUGHT WITti THE GOODS Defaulting cashier Arrested When Hi Was Getting Away With Second (19,000. Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Trying to aer ry a wheat margin on. a loggy mar ket after he had bought 300,000 bush els. expecting tit unload for a dollal a bushel Is given by the auditor oi state as the cause of the downfall ol Howard B. Harter, defaulting cash ler of the Citizens' bank of Akron which the auditor closed last Satur dv. . ' Fifteen thousand dollars of th, bank's money was used at one tlm by Harder to cover his margins, and he has Intercepted as he was leavini Akron for Fort Wayne to negotlat $15,000 additional securities of th hank, which the auditor had reason t believe was also to be thrown Into thi wheat pit. Of the $15,000 lost the auditor wai able to save $9,000 by stopping pay ment on a check the young man had drawn In favor of his broker. In addition to the revelations con cernlng the manipulations by Harter Harry L. Arnold, chief clerk In th bank department In the auditor's of fice, found that two of the stockhold eri of the banhV whose names he with held had been "Btung" by Harter to the extent of $8,500 as a result, ol their efforts to dodge taxes. The to tal amount intrusted to Harter by th "dodgers" was $14,500. CONTRACTOR GAYNOR SHOT TO DEAT'I, Almost Instantly Killed In Crowded Street In Savannah, Savannah, Ga., Nov. 7. John H Gaynor, a wellknown contractor and former New Yorker, who has done I great deal of work In the Savannal harbor, was shot and almost instant!) killed on Congress street, a crowdo1) thoroughfare, last evening by Josept Davis. Gaynor had been In Verukl's salooa nnd there met Davis who was verj drunk. Gaynor had not been drink Ing enough to Intoxicate him ani rather than have any trouble wltt Davis he left the place, walking t Congress street, a half block away. Davis followed him and, overtaking him, flrerl two shots Into his body The first one struck Gaynor in th shoulder and the second In the heart He was taken to a hospital where hi died. Gaynor leaves a large family. H was a cousin of John , F. Gaynor ol Syracuse, N. Y., who was Indicted with B. D. Greene In connection wlti the frauds of the Savannah river con. tracts and sent to the federal, prison In Atlanta. Pat Gaynor of Fayettevllle, N. Y., It the dead man's brother. Davis wa too drunk to give any account of th thootlng. He was arrested. Mayor of Panama Shct. Panama, Nov. 7. It is reported here that Emillo Clare, the mayor ol Colon was shot last night nnd thai his condition Is serious. No detaili have been received. Thanksgiving Day Named. Albany, Nov. 7. Governor Dix hai Issued his Thanksgiving proclamation naming Nov. 30 as turkey day. MARKET REPORT New York Provision Market. New York, Nov. 6. WHEAT No. 2 red, f. o. b., 96V4o. CORN Firm. OATS Standard, 53c. BUTTER Creamery specials, J3(?33Hc; do., extras, 32,32s4c. EGGS Freshly gathered, extras. 8637c. POTATOES Long Island, per bbl, $3.00; Maine, per bag, $2.352.40. Buffalo Prevision Market. Buffalo, Nov. WHEAT No. 2 white, 98c; No. S red, 97c. CORN No. 2 yellow, 78 's No. 3 yellow, 7SHc. OATS No. 2 white, 50Hc; No. 3 white, ruc. FLOUR Fancy 'blende! patent. per bbl., $6.00cT6.75; winter family, patent, $.".00?5.7a. BUTTER Creamery, Western tuba extra, 32Vfec; creamery, state, fall to Pood, 2!l(30c. EGGS Stale hennery, mixed, 39c. CHEESE Good to choice, new, POTATOES Home grown, fancy per bu., 7SpS('c. East Buffalo Livestock Market. CATTLE Prime steers, $7.75 (fj 8.on, 1.200 to 1,400 lb. steers, $5.75 !7V choice fat cows, $4.85fi'5.00; choice heifers, $5.506.00; export bulls, $4.7.riffr5.25; choice veals, $9.0fl !.2."; fair to good, $S.2."(fTS..o. cin.'vp A-n LAMBS Choice ispring ' Iambs. $.-..75?S.8-.; mixed Sheep, $3.25ifl'5.8"i. linns LlKht Yorkers, $t.0OffT6.lO; heavy hogs, $i "0Li G.35; pigs, $5.50(3 6.0. Buffalo Hay Market. Timothy. No. 1. on track. $22.50; No 2 timothy, do, $21.50; straw. wheat nnd oat, $9.009.50.