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DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 11 NUMBER 184. AKRON, OHIO, FRIDAY r EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1902, PRICE ONE CENT. 4 i AKRON DAH fa i - HOME From His South ern Trip. President Found Profitable. It Still Determined to Give Negroes a Show. Washington, Nov. 21. President Roosevelt returned from his southern x this morning, the special train 'bearing him reached 'Washington n't 7:oiV tbi'ee minutes ahead of schedule time. , The President js quoted today as saying that ho was able to study the people of the south at close range for the first time In hisHfo and It mny be said hie ideas on some subjects have undergone changes. H Is just as determined, however, to hold a Arm hand on the reins governing federal otlico holders of tho south. Ho admits that the negroes aro not fit to bo the guiding nice in states In which they predominate, but at the same time he is resolved that all hope of ofllce and political Toward shall not be taken from thrm. There aro certain offices that the colored men can rill -well and It is his intention to give these places to them. MUST PAY $300 to Israel Fasnacht For Injuries. Jury Found Against the Ohio, Gas Co. East The jury In the case of Israel Fas nacht vs. The East Ohio Gas Co. fpund for the plaintiff-Thursday after noon after DeinVt but a short time. The trial occupied1 all' of "Wednesday and Thursday in Court Roqm No. 1, Common Pleas court. The action was a suit for damages. Fnsnneht, while returning to his homo cast of Akron bouio tlmo ago, after n trip to town In a wagon 'drovo Into an excavation on East Mniket St., which had been made by the East Ohio Gas Co., in laying pipe, nnd was Injured. Ho asked $1500. damages. The Jury fixed the amount to.be awarded him at $300. "OPEN HOUSE" At Mary Day Nursery Wednesday Next Tho Mary Day Nursery will keep "open house" Wednesday the 20th, for nil Its filend'tand persons who wish t6 contribute articles which will make tho poor of the city happier and draw to their attention the fact tlint none will havo reason on tho 27th to say, "I'vo nothing for which to be thankful." Con tributions may be clothing, canned goods, potatoes, apples, flour a'nythlng tnat will carry with It relief and glad ncss These will bo received at the rooms of the Nursery NEW AMBITION OF HEARST Chicago, 111., Nov. 21. William It. Hearst, (of San Francisco, Chicago and New York, Is a cnndldnto for tho high est political honor In tho land. He wants to run for the Presidency, and Is plannlug-to hecuio tho nomination of tho Democratic and Labor parties. Ho has been elected to Congiess and will soon tako up his residence In j Washington, whero he Is planning to start another paper. This, it Is under stood, will bo more of a political organ thnn a purveyor cf news, and It will be used with tho other Hearst papers to push along the. Presidential plans of tho President WARDEN SHOT. lined to Make Hunters Leave a Farm. Marietta, O., Nov. 21. Leroy Wolf, ieputy garao warden, of Ames town- kblp, Athens county, Is lying fatally Ivounded at the homo of his father near IVmesvIlle. Wolf attempted to forco a larty of four Finland miners, who were limiting on his father's farm to leave llio premises. They refused ntul ho arrested tho larty. All submitted but one. who. It Is maimed, placed tho muzzle of his shot lun near the small of Wolf's back and ted. Tho man was taken to Athens tn 4-old lynch law. Feeling Is at fever at HB WEATHER. IPAItTLY CLOUDY TONIGHT ANn IAtuhday. JUST LIKE AKRON. Barberton Now Has Some ,Arc Lights, Barberton. O. Nov. 21. tuincd on Tho new arc lights -wcro for tho first tlrno Thursday night, For u long tlmo thcro had been complaint that tho electric light which was being furnished Barberton wad very "poor. To remedy this tho N. O.'T. Co. put In a special light who from tile power houso at Akron. Tho contract for the lighting of the city of Barberton by tho NO. T. Co. Is for five years. Tho are lights which havo been put up aro the same as those used In Akron. GROWING Slowly But Very Steadilv. '-.-l w - Work on St. Bernard's Church Continues. Will Not Be Occupied For More Than Two Years. Wovk on St. Bernard's new church continues steadily, and Vlll'not bo'dls contluucd until tho ' winter becomes too severe for progress. The walls at this time aro very near completion, and at the northeast comer arc en tirely complete. "It will Bu about two and "a half yp.irs before wo will oecvyy our new church," said Hcv. J. B. Broun, Fri day morning. "Tho chinch will, of eouis,e, not bo under root this win ter. The work vvl)l be stopped when tho weather gets bad and will be re sumed in the spring. There has been some delay this year on account of the great scarcity of bricklayers, and the contractors havo done very well, in consideration of those things. "I nlmosji believe that t will requlro nearly a beaaon to do the plastering! once the roof. lb on. This will cost $10,000." ' Tho forco at work on the build ing Is rather miiaU-Just-now, but tho progress is steady, n'nd'satl'sfactory td itev. Broun, who spends much of his leisure time in wntchlng the progress of this, the climax of hls-gieut life work. MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS Our Island Possessions an Ex pensive Luxury. Washington, Nov. 21. The annual leport of Colonel Clarence R. Ed wards, chief of the Bureau of Insular Attain,, vuis made, public today by the Secictary of War. It shows that the Bureau expended mi account of the Insular goernment in the Philip pines tho past j ear $1,050,034.54. FORCES (' Aassing In Europe' to Fight American Trade. , Itomo, Nov. 21. Kx-Mlnister I,uz zattl and Deputy Demarlnls have re ceived many adherents, especially from tlcimuny and I(rnnpc to their scheme for a European Zollvereln to fico American competition. It Is re ported that Kaiser Wllhemn fts Jn favor of tho scheme. TURKEY SHOOT And Other Rifle Practice For Company B. A good range has been secured by the officers of Company B,' near tho end of the street car lino on East Market at, and there will bo rifle practice for members of tho company there Saturday nftoinoon. Nov. 22. Thoso who will take part aro expected to meet at tho armory at 1 p. m on that day. There will be n turkey shoot at tho same place on Thanksgiving morning. Tho turkeys will be .donated and there will bo no charge The contest will be open to members of the oompauy. Rice Crop a Failure. Run-Francisco. Nov. 21. Late Ori ental advices say that tho rlcq crou In China Is a complete failuie and hun dreds of natlvesaro dying of starva tion. Husbands are selling their wives and children to buy focd. Eruption Killed 10,000. San Francisco,- Nov, 21, A steamer just arrived from Guatemala brought up a number of passengers, who re port that no less, than 10,000 peopio were klllod by tho eruption of tho volcano, Santa Murla, NO STOP Until Line Is Operation. In Final Location of Tracks Begun. Branch Line Will Be Built to Massillon. Attorney T. 'L." Chllds, general man ager of tho Cleveland, Akron & South ern Fast Line Hallway Co., stated Frl day that the locating of the line ling bccucoramenced i,. corps or; sur veyors who will push forum d rapidly until the Job Is completed. The start In locating the lino was made at the Cascade mill, upon which the company has nu option, ami the surveyors will votk north 1u the val ley. "Wo will not stop," said Mr. Child, "until tho line W In operation, and aa soon as tho lino between Akron Wd Cleveland Is completed, wo will be gin tho construction of a. branch froip bur main line to Massillon. This branch -lll lenvq the main line at Turkeyfoot lake." ' f nelative fo tho1 deal for. the Cas cade mill, Mr. Chllds said: "Woex pect to close the deal about Jan'.' 1, having taken an option, on It which will not cxplro until that-time." WILL NOT Take an Active Part Next Spring. Judge Anderson .Prepares Aids to Do Without Him. It Is stated that Judge Geo. M. Anderson has already decided to tyke no active part In the spring Campaign here, and will In all probability, not! he. hero more than a very short tJho after the new Probate Judge Is Jn Mallcd. He will take u long trip, presumably In the west, and has al ready notified luminous lieutenants and prospective candidates that they will be unable to depend on any help from him (hiring that campaign. HARVARb-YALE. Everything In Readiness For the Great Game. New Huvcn, Nov. 21. All is In readiness for the great Harvard-Yajo football game tomorrJw. Both teams aro In the pink of condition, cyjsry available eat Is'sold, but the bettjpg is light, with slight odds oh Yaie, though many believe Harvard "has a biii'prlso icjdy, as she had last yeaf. CONGESTION ' I Of Freight May Cause Shjit Down of Mills. vA ri'ttsburg, Nov. 21.i-If something is not done to icllevo the freight 'con gestion here by the middle of nex week thtf- mills ml furnaces of'-tl(e, Carnbgle Steel Co?, at ''Homestead', Duquesne and Braddock will have to shut dov-n as thoy. are unable to get raw material. , -&. monthzal sh rem cmefa cmectainf Last Rail Laid. j Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 21. The, In ternational and Great Northern rail, load yesterday laid tho last rail 'qn Its ono hundred mile extenslori from Waco. Texas," to this city over the na,u? lino Inst night. The extension Itf colli sldered the most Important piece of railroad completed In Texas during tl"J present year. Emergency Hospital. Toledo, Nov. 21. All of the organlssaj tlons of railroad men' In Toledo ha,vp united to build an emergency bospjtaj for the exclusive uso of railroad men! Tho movement has the backing ot M", rallrbads entering the city and of nev ernl Influential citizens. Tho hospital building will nlso havo lodge rpomsl for the various brotherhoods nnd such, up-to-date equipment as swimming pools, rending rooms, etc. Madame Humbert Arrested. ,1 Lisbon, Nov. 21.- French wQpian was arrested hoe today Is siiMiectotl ui oving .wuuiuu! miJiiijui i, warned by police of Paris In connection with1 - , l .. . -r.. - i. 11. tho famous Humbert-Crawford 'swlnuv ling episode scheme which netted tb'o! swindlers millions. Thq prisoner' Identity has not yet been posltjvely established. Tho swindle ,wnH up greatest over accomplished In Franco.', i " STATUE OF MA! GEN. PORTER ,MAJ. GEN. PORTER. New .York, Nov. 20. On tho after noon of November lOj $ handsome bnyiije.sta.tute'of Majofceneial Por ter. wfl unveiled In -yob Courtlandt Park. The ceremonies, were In charge of a committee of tho National Guard Association. .3, A MEASURE OF PRECAUTION Sanitary Policeman JI. w. Hoye de sires all perilous who would bo willing In ca,ses of emergency, to nurse small pox patients tg call on him at his ofllce, or send their names and address. This n rnust not be acpepted as meaning that there is danger of an epidemic In this City. It Is vyholly. a piecautlonary measiire,with a view to keenlnc the Health department well organized at all times to light the disease, should it break outhcre, as it ha'sin neighboring towns. CLAIMED WAS, KIDNAPED Los-Angeles, Nov. 21. Miss Kather--lne Howell, of Memphis, Trim, a niece Df'GIark Howell of the Atlanta Con stutlon, has caused the nrrest here of Hughes Bryson, of Memphis, on charge of kidjinping their child. She accused BryMJij' of having wronged her five years ago. Conductor Killed. Youngstown. O.. Nov. 21. John Shaw, aged, 23, a conductor In the Lake Hhoie yaids hero, while at work Inati ,nght. was caught between two freight cars and instantly killed. Meach May Lose His Mind. New London, 0, Nov. 21. Jarvls Mcach, the aged farmer who killed two burglars and wounded two others recently, as they attempted to rob his home, Is now In a pitiable condition. For several dajs ho has been delirious and ltls feared by tho attending phy- Biciaivtnat he win lose his nihfd. Successor to Judge Gadwell. Columbus, O., Nov. 2l'S-Goveinor Nash appointed Theodore Hall of Ash- abulu a Common Pleas- Judge to succeed the late J. P. Cadwell. He forcj'tjip" appointment was" made Allen Coy of the same county, withdrew bU name, leaving a clear Held to Hall. WILL VISIT ST. . ' LOUIS EXPOSITION PRESIDENT LOUBET. Par(s Nov. 20. It Is not nt all un Jl?e)y that Ptchlduut I.oubet will visit tio position at St. Louis In 1001. Jf tliu present plans wury he will go ,to Now Oilcans on a Fiench cruKer, tnko aMtrlp up the river, uieot Pi est deu noosevelt and return to his own country on an American warship. fV(5'fBKt - ? 4j t!Luy - $ B j -lBfl-fi--Bvl-! & f 1 (SPjt BBHOlf l p? ss-.-. DOYLE Will Be In Race. the A' Candidate For Second Term. , "Spring Election Will Be portanl," He Says. . Ihv Qlyor William B. .Doyle, will be a candidate for a second term as Chief Executive of the city of Akron, sub Jt'ut to tho primaries and tho election next Spring. He announced his can didacy dcifnltely to a reporter for the Democrat Thursday afternoon. "I have Inade up my mind to be In the fight," io said, "I decided Wed nesday. I had not thought a great deal about tho matter before that but now I seoio reason why I should nqt.try for a second term, "Next Spring's election will bo an important one. There will be tho Installation "of n now form of muni cipal government, there will be several now oliices n,nd their Incumbents, nnd a luimber of other things which will make It especially Interesting and Im portant. I have made a close study of municipal affairs In the past two years, nnd think I am as well equipped, as any one to help place the affairs of the new' municipal code In opera tion." NO MONEY In Manufacture Bicycles. of Manufacturers Trying to vance the Price. Ad- Cleveland, Nov. 21. The trust and independent bicycle manufacturers nre conferring here today with a view of Talblng tho prices of bicycles. It Is claimed that at present pilces, with the small "demand for wheels, business Is unprofitable. BURTON AND GROSVENOR They Will Be Well Taken Care of, Nevertheless. Washington. Nov. 21. While It Is admitted here that Congressman Bur ton Is now eliminated from - the speakership contest, his dignified course In the matter has added to his prestige. Cannon and Burton have been on the 'most friendly terms and It Is certain Burton will bo chairman of the River and Harbor committee. Grosvenor will also remain as chair man of tho Merchant Marine anil Fisheries. The Cincinnati Won. San Juan, P. B.. Nov. 21. With a handicap of 35 miles, the cruiser Cin cinnati finished the great ocean race from Hampton Bonds to Culpbra light at midnight last nght. The- battle ship Alabama carried off first honors In her class, defeating the Kearsarge easily. In tho'. race weie the battle ships Alabama, Jvenrsaige, Massa chusetts, Indiana, Gunboat Mtichlas and the Cruiser Cincinnati. It was a speed, trial oVnll Milps going to the winter maneuver of tho U. S. Naval aiiuadron. WILL HANG FOR ARSON New Orleans, Nov. 21. A Jury at Prattvllle, Ala.,, has found Dove Lee, Andievv Hovvaid and Uurden Bates guilty of nreoii u the fliit degree and has fixed the punishment at hanging. It Is believing that this Is tho first ver dict of the kind rendered In the south. Working Quietly, Although riot a great deal has been said during the past two days, relative to the new City Hall, It Is boljoved tho forces favoring Its construction at qnce aie working quietly and that the. ordi nance authorizing the Board to go ahead will receive hearty support at the next Council meeting. More Publicity For Rockwell. A tine picture of .Mayor Itpckwell, of Kent, was published In tho Cincinnati Eiuiuirer Thursday. )- Another Pioneer Dead, i Mrs. LouUa Boot, aged 00 years, died at her homn In Mwllim tliln week. Sim vas among the pioneers of that county. v ' ' " .CELEBRATION Of Centennial Anniversary of Ohio. The recent act of the General As spmbly, In approprlatlhg $10,000 for the purpose, Insure tiie holding of Ohio's centennial cpjebration In the spring of 1003. The celebration will be held at Chllllrothe, the first tnpltal of the state, under the rthoplces of the Historical nnd Aichrieologlcal Society, In May, this month being decided up on In place of March, When the first state admlslstratlon was Inaugurated, on account of the usual Imlemcncy of the .latter month. 4 FINED For Adulterating Mrs. Miller' Given $50 . and Costs. Mayor Says- Bad Milk Has Caused Sickness Among Babies. Mrs. Bebecca Miller, whose arrest on a 'charge of adulterating food caused such a sensation on account of her former excellent record and prominence In local church work, pleaded guilty hi Police court Friday morning and was fined ?."0 ami costs. Mrs. Miller is the proprietor of. a milk depot under the Windsor hotel, and the charge was that she added a certain mixture to cream, to give it a better color, etc. "You are Just as much guilty of a crime as a person who steals, burns, or commits any crime of that sort," said Mayor Doyle In passing sentence. "I believe that any number of bibles who have died In the city and whose deaths' have been attributed 'to peritonitis or other trouble,-have been dtiej to nothing more or .less .than adulterated milk. If some baby should be taken sick and should J die, affer drinking milk that has -been. Adul terated, nnd the milk "could be traced to .vour depot, you would beguUty of manslaughter." r" Z. "" It Is believed that Mrs. Miller feels her positron very keenly. The Mayor, Police and Sanitary Policeman Hoye are determined that people who adulterajp food, and es pecially milk, shall be denlt with severely whenever discovered. There is especial danger in the adulteration, of milk, which Is fed to Infants, and which Is believed to lie the cause of a great deal of sickness. The fact that the minimum sen tence wab Imposed in this case, is said to be due entirely to the fact that Mrs. Miller has hitherto borne the best of reputations. SENTENCED For Putting Out Her Husband's Eyes. graveled For Awhile Attire. In Male Vienna, Nov. 21, A case, full of dra. matlc Incidents, was closed fat Cracow today when Madar e Slamovvici: was Ientenced to serve a term of two ycara inprlsonmeut on a. charge' of blinding her husband, an on a second charge of bigamy. In 1800 the prisoner, then a poor girl, was wooed and won by a millionaire ntuued Slamowlcz, at the town of Lodz. In 1808 the millionaire tired of his wife, and deserted her. ,Mrae: Slemo vviez retaliated by blinding her husband with vitro!. She was sentenced to serve a life term at Sagballen, but-escaped to the Mainland as a btowaway, and tramped to Asl and Europe, disguised as a roan. Finally she reached Austria, married an aged beggar, and .became an Aus trian citizen, llccently she was, recog nized at Cracow and fled on orig inal offense plus that of bigamy. A dramatic episode of the (rial was when her blind husband aml-the beggar she had more recently wedded, appeared as crown witnesses. To Visit Canton K.'s of, P. A number of Akron Knights of Py thias will go to Canton this evening to visit their brethrcm In that city? The trip will be made In a special Canton AKrdn car. , Engineer's Estimate Approved. The estimate-of. City Civil Engineer Payne of tho, cost-of paving Allyn st., from Exchange sr.to!Potyer st, has been approved bjj tho City Commiss ioners. He fixes the City's. 'share at ?M2,M, and that of the property own ers, $0,405. 3H. TAKEN Back Home by Her Father. Elopement Turned Out To Be a Fizzle And May Will Continue to Re side at Ashland. The Wells Fargo Express train on the' Krle, which fs due here from the east at 12:01 p. m.,,wn an hour Into Friday and the hour seemed an ape to a man with silvery ,halr and a beautiful brunette of tender jears at the Union depot. , Tlie girl was May Aller, aged 17, of Ashland, and the man was bar father. A message was received here yester day morning from her parents stat Jng that the girl had eloped on Krle train 8. The girl was caught at Cleveland and her father was taking her back to the home In Ashland. As May stood in the doorway of the Union depot, her face wore a defiant look. She wore a large picture hat with large white feathers on it and was neatly dressed. Mr. Aller, his shoulders stooped with age. paced restlessly up and down the platform, keeping a watch ful eye on his daughter as if be feared that she would again try to run away. He refused to talk about the elop ment. "Yes, Aller Is my name, butil havo nothing to say about my daugh ter's actions." BALANCE Should Be Paid to Great Britain. Chamberlain Replies to Boers' Appeal For Relief. London, Nov. 21. Parliamentary papers were Issued this, .mprolng con talniiiir Colonial Secretary Chamber. f lafnVrdply to the appall. of the PoerS for more relief. . Colonial Secretary5 says that in ad dition to a three million pounds free grant., the Burghers camps, since the cloe of the war, have beea trans formed Into organizations enabling the people to return to their homes. These organization he sayg, hava cost Great Britain 200,000 pounds monthly. Chamberlain suggests that Irga sums were remitted from Boutb Africa to Europe during the war to be xpended in the Interests of tha Itepubllc. Of these amounts, he says there must be large a balance re maining which should properly come to the Gritlsh government aa' the sue cefcsor of the Republic. KILLED HIMSELF After Shooting a Girl Who'd Repulsed Him. Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 21. G. A. Darlington, a school of music stu dent, attempted to murder Miss Bertha Sheldon, n stenographer, this morning. He wns'lnfatuated with tha girl and she repulsed him. A bullet aimed at her did not .do serious dam age. He then turned the pistol' on himself with fatal effect RUSH Of Americans to Canada, - Thirty Thousand Have Gone- There During Past Year. Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 21. Thirty thou sand American bettlers on Canadian farms Is the record of the last 13 months of the American invasion In numbers, It Is n triflo compared fp the horde streaming Into the states through New York, but the're Is this difference:The SO.OOOare English-speaking, progressive, American cltfzens)fa class which the country would not l&a willingly. It will tnko generations to reproduce their type In the foreign ers coming In. ' Tho emigrant Is an American 'citizen. The Immigrant may become ono after a generation or ro. America Is getting the raw material, Canada the finished product. Thlsrecord of the last year, double that of 1001. It is nearly as great as tho combined figures for five years from 1S07 to inoi. It represents one half of tho entire Immigration o( the dominion, . It haR still nddltlonnl blgniflcanco when It Is understood that Itnffectsonly seven states to apy degroe. Tio Aijipr? lean settlors have como Into the Ppmltt. ion from Dakota lown, MIclilgan, Min nesota, Nebraska, and Kansas. Next; to these states, Illinois has furnished tho largest number, but the Dakota? Jcad, m J VI3 ,tk -al P : AVS tt .,1 .. .dLAiii.