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fn a- i AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. ( a H k f" VOLUME 11 NUMBER 180. AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 17, 1902. PRICE ONE CENT. ' GOMPERS Accused of Unfairness by Shaffer. Sensational Feature Appears In Con vention of A. F. of L. Newk Orleans, La., Nov. 17. There was consternation in the convention of the American Federation of Labor to day when Delegate' Sheridan, of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers Introduced a resolution asking for a full and complete investi gation of the charges of President 'Theodore J. Shaffer, of the Iron and Steel Workers' Union, that President Gompcrs, of the Federation, had sued the functions of his office In a way prejudicial to certain, union labor interests. Great Readjustment of Wages On All Vanderbilt Lines New York, Nov. 17. Vanderbilt rail way lines out of Now York are mak ing the greatest wage readjustment In railroad history. For the past 30 days the Now York Central, Lake Shoro and Boston & Albany nave been read justing their salary schedules, and It FILIPINOS Should Be Thoroughly Subjugated. Chaffee's Idea of Our Subjects Across' the Sea. Chicago, Nov. 17. Acting Governor Wright and General Chaffee, civil and military rulers of the Philippines, ar rived in Chicago this morning. Mrs. Chaffee is quite ill. -Of the Philip pines, General Chaffee said: "After demonstrating to' the natives that the United States Is a military power by thoroughly subjugating them, our government will nave no difficulty in ruling the Islands. "Many of rebellious petty monarchs can be bought with pensions, and ob jectionable treaties can be got rid of lu the same way. If Americans show that the Filipinos can make money by trading, their native rulers will advise peace and their subjects obey them." " NEW BLOOD AND MORE LIFE Odell Will Stir Up Republican Leaders In New York. New York, Nov. 17. Gov. Odell has been making a study of tho returns of the recent election in New York coun ty, and as a result Is said to bo consid ering a re-organization of the county Republican committee. The explana tion of the vast Democratic majority which places the responsibility with tho so -:iiled unpopular Low adminis tration is not credited by Mr. Odell. He believes that 70,000 Republicans In this county failed to go to the polls or oven to register, mainly because of their antagonism to tho present leaders of the party. Some of them, he be lleves.might have held objections to tho city administration, but this cause is minimized In his estimate. Whether the attempt to re-organize the committee will lead to bitter war I In the body Is a question that Is in teresting to all of the politicians. What Frederick S. Glbbs and Lemule Ely Quigg will do if an attempt is made to disturb tho combination as it now exists is a matter of conjecture but old timers in the organization say they will fight and fight hard. On tho other band tho Governor Is Isald to be determined not only to (change tho heads of the committee, hut to make sweeping changes among Wie raemberB If this can bo brought ibout. Ho wants new blood and more life. rHE WI5ATHER. RAIN TONIGHT: TUEJSDAIY FAIR IND WARMER The resolutions in effect wero that President Shaffer, of the Amalgamated had lnipeacbod the unionism of Gom peis. After the reading of the resolu tions Shaffer said, "I demand a tbor-' ough investigation of the charges," with much vehemence. The convention was then in an uproar, Gompers urged that the charges be taken up at once.. A committee was appointed. The Federation adjourned In order to give the committee a chance to Investigate and will meet at 0 o'clock tomorrow to hear the report. will be GO days more before tho work Is completed. Advances in wages to bo made to ep-iployes will mount up into millions, and all departments will be affected by It. It is conservatively estimated that 250,000 men will be affected by tho new' schedule with raises from 5 to 20 ppr cent. TWO KILLED In Wreck on Pennsylvania at Bolivar. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 17. At 3:30 this morning extra Pennsylvania freight No. 250, west-bound hit light engine No. 1110, just'west of tho Bolivar sta-' Hon, forcing the light engine into tho rear of extra freight No. 240, also west bound. Both englues and ten loaded cars of merchandise were demolished and the tracks badly torn up, En gineer H. S. Moore and Brakeman L. V. Dlerner, wero killed. Fireman W. D. Dock was probably fatally Injured. EXPLOSION Of Fifty Cases of Dyna mite. Pour Persons Fatally Injured and Properly Damaged. Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 17. Reports from Pell City say that two persons were killed and ten Injured, two fatal ly, at 4 o'clock this morning by the burning of 'the Southern railway depot, followed by an explosion of SO cases of dynamlto stored In it The dead are J. D. Hall, merchant of Pell City, and Thos. Whltefleld, a contractor, of Cedartown, Ga. N. B, Spears, mem ber of Legislature and, Mrs. Haidy Cornet, proprietor of Pell City hotel, were fatally iniured. SENSATIONAL LAW SUIT May Not Come to Trial No Answer Has.Been Filed. Several weeks ago Eugene F, Wal lace sued A. W, Maynes for $10,000 damages, charging alienation of affec tions. The answer day has gone by and no answer has been filed by the defendant, which may have led to the report at tho court .house this morning that the case bad been or was being settled. Counsel for both parses are out of tho city today. There are indications that the case, should it come to trial, would bo one of tbo most sensational In the history of tho local courts. Each side has ap peared to be anxious to avoid pub licity. It will be remembered that tho petition was withdrawn from tho files as soon as it was placed on record. Death of John W, Bajr. John W. Balr, pf stellacoom, Wash ington, died Tuesday, Nov. 4. He was known In tills city,, He was aged 47 years and was nganed' as a drug- I gist with big broth,. ' NO STOCK Taken In Rumor of Another Coal Strike. Washington, Nov. 17. Rumors, that anllirnclto coal miners will go on another strike and that labors of ar bitration commission appointed by President Roosevelt will conie to naught, havo been afloat for some days, but havo attracted little atten tion hero or at Scranton. The rea son alleged for tho coming strike is the bostllo attitude persisted In to ward tho miners' union by operators. Tho rumor of ft possible strike , js thought to havo been sent out for stoqk Jobbing purposes., FREED From a Burden of Debt Barberton Reformed Church Rededicated. Last of the , Debt Wiped Out Sunday. (Special Conespondence.) Barberton, O., Nov. 17. The Frst Reformed church of Barberton was re dedicated Sunday. In the morning a rally was held by the Sunday school and at the morning services pr. Fouse, of Lisbon, la., superintendent ,of Home Missions of the Reformed church, preached the sermon. A$ the afternoon services addresses were made by Rev. E. R. Wllliard, Rev. J. Ihle, of Tiffin, former pastor of the church, and Rev. R. M. Yoder, of th Methodist church. At this service suf ficient fluids' were raised to clear toe church of its debt of $1,300. The addition' to the church-was butlt to give more room for the Sunday school. It cost $000. Rev. C. E, E)r- lng is pastor of tho church. FLY BITE. Caused Death of a Boy In Ncy York. New. York, Nov. 17. From the ef feet of a fly bite on tho side of bis nose, Herman Knuffman, four years old, the healthy, ruddy cheeked son-Qf Herman Knufman, a tobacconist, of No. 850 Cnuldwell ave the Bronx, died Friday morning after 48 hours of agony. Coroner's physician Rlegol is sued a certificate of death yesterday, giving Septicaemia as the cause of death. From tho little brother and sis ter of Herman ho learned that a dead sheep lay for several clays In a lot ne,ar tho Kaufman home. Herman went near the carcass and a companion threw i stone at it. This disturbed a cloud ot blue bottle files and they took wing., It is supposed .one bit Herman and in oculated him with virus from the de caying sheep. TEN MEN Buried In Ruins of a Collapsed Building. Fall. River, Mass., Nov. 17. A bulld lng In Globe Village, a suburb of this place collapsed this morning and ifn men wore burled in the ruins. Four have already been taken out. One is dead and tho others are seriously hurt.. The Police and Fire departments are, now searching the ruins for the others. It is feared that all htjvc been killed Intcnso excitement prevails. COUNCIL Will Begin Task of Redisricting City Tonight. .' ' Tho matter of redisricting the city of Akron 'Into seven wards will e taken up by the City Council this even ing, and a special committee appoint ed to arrange for starting the wprk. Freight Blockade. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 17. The frqlgty blockade on tho Pennsylvania and other lines entering Pittsburg Is W heavy that it is possible roads may 're? fuse to accept east-bound freight for a week in order to net present goods lout of the wazj M - FATAL Hunting .Accident Near Montrose. Geo. Burroughs Killed by a Companion. Lived Only jHalf an Hour After Being Shot. George Burroughs, a 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burroughs of Montrose, was Accidentally shot by Robert Shatl while they were out hunting Saturday afternoon. The boys were hunting rabbits in tbo vicinity of Montrose and as they were tracking one through a thick growth of brush, Shall's gun was ac cidentally discharged, hittfng Bur roughs In the side. The accident oc curred one and a half miles east of 'Montrose and the Injured boy was taken home by a neighbor who hap pened to be returning In a buggy from Akron. Ho lived half an .hour after being sh$r, dying after reaching home. The funeral was held from his late resl dence Monday afternoon. CANNON'S Chances For Speaker ship Are, Bright. Washington Sentiment Seems To Be With Him. Washington,. Nov. 17. "Uncle Joe Cannon In a walk." That seems to be he "Washington view1 of the speaker ship contest. The' Washfngton Tost, Independent, Is among the first to con. cede tjie outcome. -.Congressman Gros venprj of Ohio; cZ prophetic vision, saw Unple Joewleldlng the gavel with 'Bab cocjt'and IJabell and'Fayne and Sher man and Burton, and all other candi dates back in their seatB. .1! , WRONG HOME. For. Wandering Into It Wonn Paid $2 and Costs. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, O., Nov. 17. Barberton is not- an unusually largo city, yet it is possible for some people to become lost n tbe town. Such was the case of Danjel Wonn Saturday nlglrt He wan dered into the wrong home In West Barberton, took of his Imt and coat, and sitting down In a chnlr, fell Into a sound sleep. He was awakened by an officer who had been summoned ny the owner of the house. In police court Monday morning he was fined $2 and costs for intoxication. ' ; FOURTH TIME. Co, Bloomfield Re-Elected Presi- dent of Underwriters' Assn. At the annual election of officers for ttye Akron Underwriters' Association, bold this week, Col. J. C. Bloomfield was re-elected piesident, for the fourth time. Other ofllcers are J. It. Mell, first vce president; J. I. Bachfbl, second vice president; S. P. Hartzell, secre tary; John Motz, treasurer; menibeis of the Executive committee are O. " . Bau,ro, F. M. Cooke, H. M. Holllnger, W. a. Hall, B. M. Hastings' and Geo. W, Meminer. NEW TRIAL. His, -.Lawyers Will Ask It For Patrick. . nW York, Nov. 17. Application will be, made tomorrow afternoon before Recorder Goff by Lawyers John C. Tomilnson and Francis L. Wellman to reconsider his sentenco of death pro nounped upon Albert T. Patrick on April 2, and to grant a now trial for tlie man convicted of the murder of Wm. M. Rice, The application win be m,de on the ground of now evl dencfe lending to show tho Innocence of 'j?a trick., and will b accompanied by, affidavits, covering more than 10, QQO words. The outcome of the Mollswax case has gtve,u. Patrick-hope. DICK POSED AS A HUNTER The Nineteenth District Gets a Slice of Nimrodian Glory. President Rooseolt Is not tho only public official who can shine before tho country hh n mighty hunter. A few days ngo Congressman Chas. Dick, ar rayed In all the glory of a variegated hunting suit, armed with a $200 shot gun, and surrounded by the trophies of his late hunt, stood a series of poses before the camera at bis West Market st. home. All Indications' are that a magazine article Is going to be tapped. Akron people will await the result with interest BELIEVES Price of Coal Advance, No Matter How Strike Is Settled. Mitchell "Talked Right Up" to McVeagh. Scranton Nov. 17. Wade McVeagh, had President Mitchell, of the Miners' association,' on the stand again this morning before the strike commission. "Would you be surprised to learn that 500,000 people on the Atlantic sea board are unable to pay the present price of coal," asked McVeagh. "I would not," said Mitchell. "Well then, have you not thought of this while making your demands?" "I have, but as I have said, we have nothing to do with the selling price of coal." "You believe that if we grant your demands we will Increase the price of coal?" 'Yes, and I -believe you will do it anyway, whether we get an Increase or not." McVeagh then took up other ques tions. UNDISMAYED. Akron & Barberton Belt Line Co. Going Right Ahead. Despite the fact that the Akron & Barberton Belt Line Ry. Co. has been unable to obtain a franchise to con struct a belt line in Akron, It has been going right abnd with work on the southern part of the line. The south1 crn or Bniperton part of the line, will be connected with the 0., A. & 0. nt the ynids In South Akron. .And mean while it Is hoped by the company that It will get Its franchise for building In Akron, If not from the present City Council, from the one following. The treste being built across the canal and Tuscarawas river, about three miles this side of Barberton, Is nepring com pletion. It .will be 000 feet long and contain a sjngle track. The Akron & Barberton Be$ I,m? Is owqed by the four trunk JIne companies whose lines touch Akron. On Monday, Supt. Thornton, of the C, A? C, was before the Boqrd of City Commissioners, wlh a view to reopen ing leglslatlon'for obtaining a franchise In Akron. He ,snld that a number of changes have been made In the location of tracks. HEAVYWEIGHT Secured to- Go Against Ruhlin Tuesday Night. A heavyweight boxer has. come for ward to meet Gus Ruhlin atithe N. E. A. C. entertainment Tuesday night Ho Is Blllyj Moore, who came to this city from Pittsburg. Moore has boxed with FItzslmraons and wrestled with Jenkins. - MULATTO Accused of, Murdering a Massa chusetts Girl. I Soroervlllo, Mass., Nov. 17. George L. O. Perry, a mulatto, was arraigned In court this morning, on the charge of murdering Miss Agnes McPb.ee, on Oct 3, on Chester st, West Somer vilie. He pleaded not guty. This is a "Jdck tbe slugger" cae, 4 BIG TIME Scheduled For K. 0. T. ML Tuesday Night. Two Hundred Applicants In Sixth DistrictTo Be Initiated In Akron. Ono of the biggest meetings ever planned for Akron by the Knights of the Maccabees Is scheduled to take place Tuesday evening, at Tip Top hall, on South Main st. It will be a meeting for the entire Sixth Ohio dlttrlct, whicli is com posed of Summit county and portions of Medina, Portage, Wayne and. Stark counties. Tho principal feature of the meeting will be the initiation of candi dates. Then number of applicants to be Initiated Is 200, and nearly 100 of them ll e in Akron. Rubino Repudiated by His Brother Anarchists Brussels, Nov. 17. At a meeting of Anarchists held yesterday evening, resolutions were passed repudiating Rubino, who attempted to assassinate King Leopold, because the committee of Anarchists appointed to investigate WILL GET $25. Uncle Joe's Share of Sunday Concert Receipts. The concert which was given at the Grand Opera house . Sunday after noon by the Great Western.band, aided by Miss Leonore Martin, contralto, also including several solos re.ndered by a few of the band members, ,wnff well attended. The singing of Miss Martin was a splendid feature; her rich contralto voice seemed to please the audience, very much and she re ceived encores after each selection. The band also pleased the audience, as it always does. A donation of 525 from the receipts will be given Uncle Joe Kendall, Poor Director for his coal fund. There will be no concert next Sun day on account of the dedication of the City hospital. MEXICO Also Has a Scandal In Official Circles; '" Mexico City, Mex., Nov. 17. A sen sation has been caused .by the Im prisonment of Fortunntb Do La Fuente, paymaster of the War depart ment, on the charge of stealing $(,- 000. Fuente went Into the pational bank of Mexico with ?14,000 in bills of IMolineux's Wife Has Taken Steps to Procure a Divorce BHlKi8BB4W.StvJs 4 Zi&$r i siilllllllllllllfl MnanEMWwaMnMMWwi )2?&K0ZWO B nouasux Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 17i Mrs. Roland B. Mollneux.' of New York city, has arrived here, and taken up apartments at the Cataract hotel for Preceding the meeting there will ha a concert by the K. O; T. M. band, and an exhibition drill In front of Tip Top hall. Among the distinguished guests will be Supreme President D. P. Marker, of Port Huron, Mich.; Supreme Medi cal Kxnmlner It. E. Monn, Port Huron; State President H. M. Parker, Elyria; State Record Keeper Ed. L. Young, Norwalk, and visitors from Grpat Camps of New York and Pennsyh-anla. After the exercises Tuesday night, refreshments will be served and the evening given up to social enjoyment the matter reported that Rubino acted as an Anarchist spy on belwlf of tho Italian embassy In London, and further, that he was paid by the Belgian government to make a falsa attempt on the King's life to revlva Leopold's popularity with the people. large denomination and asked for bills of smaller denomination in exchange. The teller by mistake gave him $20, 000 Istead of ?14,O00. He swore to a complaint against Fuente. The $6, 000 was found iecretett in his house. NEGRO Taken From Jail and Hanged Sunday. ' Ellzabcthtown, Ky., Nov. 1,7. EarljJ Sunday morning a mob took Harlem Buckles from jail, marched hlniln his bare feet to the court houe yard and hanged.hlm to a limb. Buckles is tho negro who killed Deputy Marshal Boll Reid at a colored picnic on Etopisj island, on July 20, 1001. He wes cn vicsted and was to have beett hanged March 20 of this year, but the court of appeals granted a new trial The case was tried again lai'wTeK, and after consuming three days tho Jury returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment nt life In the pen itentiary. The verdict was rendered Snturday morning, but very few people bad any idea that Buckles would be lynched. ,' High School Burned. Marion, Ind., Nov. 17. The High school building caught fire Sunday night from the heating apparatus and wab destroyed, causing a loss of ?0O,. 000, on which there Is $40,000 insur ance. tho purpose of remaining the necessary, six months In order to procure a dl vorce from her husband, who a few$ days ago was acquitted of murdw.' after two sensational trial . , i WM i " - Hm 1 ' V 'I S n if 1 a ' , ! i f .'! Ik-.- u ,J H. Lt sj. r j ,tt.