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i AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 10-NUM13EK 153 AKIION, OHIO, WEDK ItSDAT ' tfVENLtfG, OCTOBER JO, 1001. PRICE ONE CENT. m Will GUARD Provide Safety For Judge Cantrill. He Has Received Anonymous and . Threatening Letters. PLENTY OF AIR. Test of British Submarine Boat Successful. London, Oct. 10. (Spl.) Tho tost of tbo supply of tho first British subuiar lne boat which took place at Harrow yesterday was a complete success. Tho vessel was lying dry but was her metically scaled. A crew of sis men were supplied Ironi compressed air cylinders for three hours. Tho men suffered no Inconvenience whatever. A deep sea test will bo made In the near future. Georgetown, Ky., Oct 10.(Spl.) -Judge Canhlll Is being closely guaid ed as a result of an Incident that oc curred Monday night The judge Is 111, and feared he was about to break down. Mrs. Cantrill ordered a cot brought Into tho court house for his use In such event, so that ho would not be compelled to adjourn court. When the cot was being carried into tho court house Monday night three men described as probably mountain eers, approached the men carrying tho cot and asked who it was for. "Judge CnntrlU," was the reply. "That's right," leplled one of the strangers, "he'll need It before this case is over." Prosecuting Attorney Frnnklin Im mediately ordered a guard around Can trill's house and the Judge Is being closely watched. Threatening letters have been re ceived by both Cantrill and Frankliu, and even their wives have been vic tims of these letter writers. The most important witness In Pow ers' case yestenlay was Mrs. Faunio Hefner, who, last night, testified to having seen a messenger boy on tho Capital steps Immediately after Goe bel was shot and also saw Policeman Thomasson on Broadway. The de fense will contend that tho messen ger boy, Staffey, was in Another sec tion of tho town, and that Thomas son was not In tho lmnvedlate neigh borhood which makes her testimony important This morning tho first witnes was Frank Heeudy, who described tho scne a moment after the shooting of Goebel. Georgetown, Ky., Oct 10. (Spl.) Ike Hopkins, In the Powers trial to day testified that Caleb Powers told him that on the morning of the Goe bel assassination that Goebel would be killed before night. Hopkins later admitted that ho had eleven times faced a Jury on murder charges, three victims being laid Fo his credit I no also wears scars of knifo .and bullet leceived in many other llttlo troubles, as he called them. Hopkins Is Deputy Sheriff and Deputy Asses sor of Bell county. JERSEY DAY. Noted Men From Mosquitodom at the Pan. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct 10.-(Spl.)-Gov-ernor F. M. Vorhecs, of the State of Now Jersey, accompanied by his staff and a number of State officials nrilvcd In Buffalo last evening at 0:-lo o'clock by special train over the Erie, to participate in the ceremonies of Jer sey Day, which are celebrated at tho Pan-Ameilcan Exposition today. BELIEVES His Son Will Go Free. DEATH Penalty to Urged. be FULL PAY Restored to Ad- ft miral Schley. Continue Until End of Court.- ance. The present plan. Is to have him appear as Qio last witness la the case. BLACK CATS" Suspected of AbductingMore Strike Leaders. , Tampa, Pla., Oct 15. (Spl.) Tho strikers continue obdurate ind are endeavoring to get out meni who are working. Seveial of the latter have been badly beaten this week. Anoth er leader,. who was conspicuous yes terday urging the men not to work is missing today, and is said to bo In the custody of tho "Black Cats." To Punish Attempt on President's Life. Gen. Molineux Pleased With Decision. Talks About Bravery and Patience of Roland. New York, Oct 10.-(Spl.)-Gcneral L L. Mollneaux, father of Ilolaud B. Molineux, said last night that the granting of an appeal of his son's case meant that Itoland would be ex- oneiated of the chaige of polboning Mrs. Kate J. Adams and expressed his hope that the real poisoner might boon be pointed out "I know that my son is innocent and also who the guilty 0110 Is," said hope soon to bo uble will do- GAS WAS ON. It Caused Two Deaths In New York Last Night New York, Oct. 10.-(Spl.)-Wm. Joyce and his bride of seven months were found dcid In their bed at tho home of her parents, No. 8811 Dean at, Brooklyn, this moinlng. The gas was turned on and. death was duo to asphyxiation. Jos. Duff, tho bride's brother, who went to his sister's room during the night believes he accidentally turn ed on the gas. Tho young fellow Is nearly crazed witli grief. BRUTAL Congress Will be Urged to Act. the Colonel. "I to noiut him out publicly. I vote my life to proving the innocence of Itoland. In fact, I can neither get sick nor die until tills lias been estab lished beyond all doubt. "Itoland and I will clear the namo of Molineux fiom the stain upon it. You cannot doubt that I am a brave man and do you think I am afraid to die? No. Nor Is my boy. He has been both brave and .patient in all this trouble." New York, Oct 10.-(Spl.)-It Is stat ed today by lawyers generally that Ro land B. Molineux will never be tiled again and that he will go free, and as he was convicted on evidence which the Supreme court held should have been excluded altogether. NO FAITH Daylight jobbers Abused Roch ester Women. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 10.-(Spl.)-In broad day light yesterday afternoon buiglnis entcied the house occupied by Mrs. L. French and Mrs. A. Gaid ner, brutally beat them inseuslblo and got away with $3,000 of personal prop city. The women lived alone. There Is no tiaco of tho robbers. CARNEGIE Opposed to Use of His Name. Is Being Used as Tam many Capital. tc WISEMAN fteepeth a Silent Tongue" Wrote the Swindlers. They Gave Mr, Kepler Much Advice In a Letter. Rayner Expects to Close In a Week. Washington, Oct. 10.-(Spl.)-Bear Admiral Schley will receive his full pay as senior rear admiral until tho closo of the Court of Inquiry. That is at the rate of $7,500 a year. When Schley was placed on tho re tired list a week ago, his salary under the law, was reduced to o,G'J5 which is three quarters of Hie amount given him for active service. It was thought at the time that one department would officially assign him to attendance nt the Investigation which would have entitled him to full pay. No action was taken for several days but the dcpaitment then, by request, it Is said, made the assignment, and the Ad miral's namo was restored to Its form er place on tho pay loll. Admirals Benbam and Ramsey are both o tho retired list, but receive full pay dur ing their services as members of the Court of Inquiry. Unless present plans aro changed, Mr. Rayner will closo Admiral Schley's side of the case In about a week. It is felt that nearly all the facts in Uie case have been pretty clearly estab lished and that all that remains 1b tho persoual staemeut of Admiral Schley and of tho officers closely connected with him regarding the calhpaigii. Ad miral Schley's own statement of course, will be of tho greatest Import- NO REWARD. Back Its Offer $25,000. Omaha, Neb., Oct 10. (Spl.) City Omaha Council Has Reconsidered. Took of Tho Council, last night adopted a resolution rescinding Its action of last December in authorizing the Mayor to offer a reward of $25,000 foe the capture and conviction of the Oudnhy kidnapers. All the demands made by Pat Crowe regarding the rewards hav ing been compiled with, It Is now ex pected ho will surrender himself. WONT GO. It Will Also Encourage America's Merchant Marine. AVashlngton, Oct 10.-(Spl.)-Rcpre-sontatlvo Dalzell, of Pittsbutg, Is In the city and has had two or three consultations with tho President upon important topics that aio to bo taken up by Congress. "One of the llrst matters that will be dealth with," he said, "Is that of legislation alined, at anarchists. Con gress has ample power to deal with the quesUou and a law will probably bo framed making an attack upon tho Piesident or those In succession to the Presidency a capital offense. "I do not believe that Congress will meddle with tho tariff question this year. It seems to me that If; would be foolish to disturb present conditions In tho business world. Under the present tariff laws we aro enjoying greater prosperity than ever before In our history. "I believe that Congress wll enact some sort of a measure to encourage our merchant marine. We are paying out two hundred million dollars a year to foreign carriers of our gopds and might just as well have the rnonoy as give it to our nelghbois across tho water. Tho Isthmian canal will prob ably bo provided for by tho coming session of Congress." In Reported'' Steel Combine. Wall Street Brokers Not Uneasy. Maude Gonne Has Changed Her Mind. Paris, Oct 16. (Spl.) Miss Maude Gonne, the Irish agitator whp was yesterday reported as having stalled 'for Cape Colony, Is heio. She Is not going to South Africa, but says she will return to Ireland (o resume her campaign against, the onllHtiuent of the Irish in tho British uiniy. Terrible Voyage All Alone ' Young Boy Sailed Schooner. Present Condition of the Market Will Not Warrant Coalition. New York, Oct. 10.-(Spl.)-Wall Street places little credence In, the report that the various independent steel companies will combine and thnt It In turn was to bo swallowed by tho United States coiporatlon. It was pointed out In tho street to day that tho condition) of the maiket at the present time would not war rant any such coalition, as the biok ers who were handling the stock of tho Steel trust, had all' they could attend to In floating tho stocks of tho present coipoiatlon. The street Is usually tho Hist to hear of any com bine and not an inkling of tho re ported amalgamation had Its origin here Almost every day somenew feature Is brought forth attesting to the smoothness of thu swindlers who fleec ed Huston Kepler out of ?5,0O0. It Is believed the letters they have sent back are attempts at covering their tracks, but by an oversight of Mr. Kepler this plan wag somewhat linpalied. The Hist letter was to Mr. Kepler, and It Is supposed to hae been the plan of the bwiudlcrs that he should read the contents and be come at once submissive to Its argu ments, so that nothing unusual would have been Imagined fiom the letter received later by Liveryman Cainrou, at Clinton. But Mr. Kepler, after It became pilau to him that he was the victim of a shrewd swindle after he came forth fioin vhat he tonus "an hypnot'c spell" was somewhat unnerved and excited. It Is said ho did not wait to open tho grip containing the worth less green, paper by the natural pro cess, but slashed it open with a knife. After a glimpse at the contents, It is claimed, Mr. Kepler dealt the hollow mockery of a satchel a very swift kick even with such swiftness that It was sent some several rod's away. with the contents following according to the taste of the "gentle breezes." One article In tho satchel was a letter. It was picked up later by Mr. Kepler, New York, Oct 10. (Spl.) Since the L the story goes-at any rate, it wns mayoralty campaign began Tammany uot placed hi tho hands of officers un- has been stringing" numerous banners over the city tolling the public that Andrew Carneglo said "Now York was the best governed city lu the world" and that he gave 5,500,000 to New York under tho present administration for public libraries. Carnegie was Informed of tho fact and ho replied: "It was not my in tention that my sentenco should serve to mean or to apply to anything but a government of domestic ordor and peace, such as ruled In Col. Strong's time, when I uttered the expression. My corporato management seems to mo, is a personal refutation to tho unfair and unmanly assertion that I gave money to any partisan cause." His Gift of $5,500,000 Explained. Is GLASS MEN Struck Because Material Was Not Good. Klwood, Ind., Oct. 10. (Spl.) Be cause tho glass used wns not up to the standard, nearly 700 men struck at the Lamp chimney factory of tho Macbeth-Eniis Co., last night In a New Home. O. D. Oapron, the printer, formerly occupying rooms over 143 South I low aid st., hns moved Into now and inoie commodious quarters lu tho Allen building, coiner of Canal and Cherry sts. The Sunday Star will occupy tho other portion of tho Allen block. til Tuesday, when Detrctlve John H, Norrls obtained it from Mr. Kepler. "If these are the men I think they are, they must have left a letter In tho satchel, too," queried Detective Nor rls "while talking with Mr. Kepler Tuesday. "They did," was the reply, "and I have It yet." The letter was produced. It was not signed, but read like this: "If you are wise you wn. say noth ing about this' atfair. Had you won from us you would doubtless havo said nothing, as it would call down, upon you the charge of being a gamb ler. You are too nice an old man ta bear the burden of such a charge. "If you tell about your being swin dled In a card game, your family will doubt you, society will bae nothing to do with you, and you will be Jeered by boys, and laughed at by your neigh, bors; tho church will denounce you aa a gambler, and your credit is ruined because you lied to your banker. "There aro other reasons for, which jou should 6ay nothing. A gang o detectives leeches and Importers will seek to jiraw big sums from you by ridiculous promises that they will find us and your money. Take no stock In them, as we mean to reform and retire into a peaceful. Christian life, and would advise you to do like wise. "Remember, my son, that a wlso man keeps a still tongue." ' DEEP MUCK LIES BELOW. Lane School Building Site May Have to be Changed. Although the School Board has been urged strongly to build its now school on rock nud of lock, It is said that the gentlemen of tho Board have unintentionally been working toward tho establishment of tho Lano school on a foundation of muck. The lots that were purchased some time ago were tilled In and, to tho casual observer, appeared to bo all that wa desired as a place for the school. Now that the timo approaches for tho beginning of the building, holes have been dug to see tho nature of liie giound on which tho foundations will hao to be established, It was soon found that tho land had formerly been a mordi and under the filling that made It appear stable and substan tial, was a layer of muck of indefl- Miss Hall's "Widow" Wants a Share of Her Estate. Chicago, Ills., Oct 16. (Spl.) A 101 ton schooner arrived In port Tuesday, after being navigated 500 miles In autumn storms by a man and a 10 year old boy. Captain Peter Blako, In tolling of the trip, said tho hard ships were great but that both ho and hiB "crow" of ono, had sleep and food enough, though at Irregular hours. The sonoonor Is tho It. Kanters. Just as it was ready to sail from Chicago for Blno Lake, Mich., for lumber, on Oct. 1, tho crow struck, Tho boy alono of all tho crew remained. Tinning to him, Oapt Blake asked him If ho would' take his chances for tho tilp nud tho lad agreed. Tho tug was given the lino nud the vessel was towed out of tho haibor and set sail. Tio log of tho trip Is a story of fourtoou days of endless work and watchfulness. Her mother. Miss Ciioliuo Hall. Miss Joscphluo Bothnia. New York, Oct. 10. (Spl.) Miss Josephine Bering, tho "wife" of Mrs. Ca inline Hall, the woman who for oars posed as a man, will claim a share of her husband's estate, owing to tho relation so lung existing between them, ns was "discovered upon Miss Hall's death, sho had for years led tho life of a man drinking and amok Ing Included, Sho was tho daughter of a prouiluout, Boston, architect and her mother was a painter of sonio. distinction. ' , ' nlto depth, that may preclude the pos sibility of building so large and heavy a structure as the Lane school Is In tended to be, on that site. Holes have been dug at different places on the lot and the findings havo been Invariably muck. The board Is now in a quandary .and It may bo that It will have to sell the lot now In Its poHsession and buy one some whoro else in order that It may build with safety and ultimate profit While some of tho members live la tho vicinity of the lot, and while thoy evidently know that it wa6 formerly; marshy, It was thought that there would be no trouble to find ground solid enough for tho Lane school foun dation, somewhere under the filling that was placed on the ground to maka It salable. If it were merely a residence that was projected for tho place, tliera would bo no trouble, and it Is only on, account of tho great weight of tho building that tho members of tho Boaid havo their doubts as to tho sa fety of the piaco. DESERTED From Army to Sweetheart Visit Mtincle, Ind., Oct 10th, (Spl) Un ablo longer to remain nwny from his sweetheart, Mary Shaw, of this city, Klmer Harmon, 2-1 years old, deserted from tho U. S. Army at Ft Sheridan, C'hlcago, and after working on a farm soeial weeka near Chicago to procure money, camo to Muucic, visited hla sweetheart and then surrendered to tho police, to bo taken back to Ft Sheridan. , a The Weather: FAIR AND COOLEB. j ilAL.. i, i&A g&Skd SZHftSH asaws ssraaH IEBW ESffsKjEEH &-..