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s MWHMHMM iiwiHji '-' .it PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910 No. 70 ESTABLISHED 1836 TRFnmMlmi ' iy w0mcjgf WtM0ttUlit mmntt "J NEW PROBLE Amerlcon People ino New Natl Kansas Speeches Of Roosevelt Held By Some To Mean That He Has Placed Himself At The Head Of A New Party-PoliticalCreed Of The Former Presi dent As Announced In His Several Addresses In The Sunflower State Kansas City, Sept. 1. Many thou sands turned out to greet Thoodoro Roosevelt on his arrival here today. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed. A parade and reception were features of the day, following which Roosevelt made a characteristic address. Owing to the tenor of the ex-presl-dent's speeches in Kansas and else where, many here profess to believe the colonel has placed himself at tho Many people here believe that as a result of his speeches In Kansas Roosevelt has placed hlmstlf at the head of a now party, and that his ad-, dross at Osawatomle Is practically the platform on which he intends to Btand. He declared that tho Ameri can people are right in demanding a new nationalism, without which they can not hopo to deal with new prob lems. He declared also that the new nationalism puts the national, need before sectional or personal need. He said that it is impatient of the utter confusion that results from local leg islatures attempting to treat national issues as local Issues. Roosevelt's Croed. Franchises should never be grant ed but for a limited time. We should control combinations on the necessities of life, such as meat, oil and coal. The government must have super vision of the capitalization of all cor porations doing an interstate' busi ness. I favor an expert tariff commission and I favor revising one schedule at a time. N I am for a graduated income tax THEN FATALLY WOUNDS TWO Kansas City, Sept. 1. -A minister, gambler, British soldier and locomo S tivo engineer, Charles S. L. Brown, ended his varied career when ho took tho life of one woman and probably fatally wounded another in an out burst of Jealousy. The dead woman is Mrs. Edith Ward, whllo Mrs. Anna Lamphere, for love of whom Brown is said to hnvo committed tho deed, AS YOU LIKE IT l It. H. Boggs was instantly killed at tho Panhandle shops in Columbus by a falling car. Skull crushed. Princess Dolgorowskl, while trying to qualify for an aerial pilot's Ucenso lit Chartros, Prance, fell with her monoplane, which was smashed. The princess was not hurt. . Deprived of his wlfo'oy death and of Ms 10-year-old daughter by kid napers, Texle Allison, a farmer liv ing near. Princeton, Ky has returned tomo after a fruitless search for his little one through tho south. Sherman In Oklahoma. Guthrie, Okla., 'Sept. 1. Oklahoma greeted Vico President James S. Sherman hero today. He spoko two hours to 5,000 people at Highland park and was followed by Kormor Congressman Jamos R. Watson of Indiana.- Tho applauso indicated that Insurgency Ua3 no foothold In Okla homa. Ono of tho first things that met Mr. Sherman's eye hero was a large banner with tho words, "Sunny VI - TlHnntlinf In 1019 " TO BE SOLVED Rightlln on big fortunes and I advocate a graduated inheritance tax, I believe in regulating the terms and conditions of labor as well as regulating wealth. The "special interests" must bo driven from politics. Whenever the alternative Is forced, I am for men and not for property. Those who oppose all reform must remember that ruin in its worst form Is Inevitable If our national life brings us nothing better than swol len fortunes for the fow and the tri umph in both politics and business of a sordid and selfish materialism. We need comprehensive working men's compensation acts. We need In our common schools practical training for dally life and work. Roscvllle, O., Sept. 1. When John Brown, 55, returned home lute at night hlB family locked the door and refused to admit him. The man sat patiently on the step for a tlrne, then there was a shot. The family rushed out to find the man dead with a bul let hole through his head and a re volver In his hand. KILL is dying In a hospital. Brown's jeal ousy was aroused by Mrs. Lam phere's refusals to marry him. Mrs. Ward was killed when she interfered to protect Mrs. Lamphero. ilosqtiltocs nre so numerous near the coast of Borneo that the streams of that region are in summer often an navigable. CK talk: Washington, Sept. 1, Senator Dick of Ohio conferred with Assistant Sec rotary Andrew at the treasury de partment about the case of F. M. Coudcn, cashier of the customs office at Cincinnati, who is under suspen sion. Senator Dick spoko in Couden's behalf. Ho was told that final action in tho caso rests with the report of Assistant Secretary Charles D. pil les. Coudcn Is suspended on the chargeof being away from tljo offlco without lnavo Queer, but tho man who doesn't need credit Is tho one who can most easily cet It. Portland Express. Denied onalism KILLED Hi SENATOR Five Generation Lives Lillian May Glnder, three-months old doughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Glnder of Manhoim. Pa., Is the center of this Interesting five generation family group. Lillian May is In the arms of her mother, Mrs. Glnder. while her father is to tho right, and to the left nre Grcat-great-grandmother and Great-great-grandfather Shiffer. In the rear row ut the left end are Great grandfather and Great-grandmother Hossler, while to the right are Grand mother and Grandfather Herr. SWAN TO BE EXECUTED ON FRIDAY IMG Columbus, O., Sept. 1. W. T. Lwan, the colored man from Rosa county under sentence to be execut ed Friday morning, wlll have to go to the electric chair. Governor Har" mon told Warden Jones .that he had decided not to interfere In the case. Swan was charged with a colored woman named Delia McKinley' with murdering- a child and the child's grandmother. The McKinley woman Is now serving a life sentence for the -J. THE HARVESTER Trotter For Which $75,000 Has Been Turned Down. Photos by American Press Association. RECORDS FOR COLORADO E Three-Year-Old Reduces Time For Both One and Two Heats. Readvlllo, Mass., Sept. 1. World's records wero broken in tho trotting division of tho American horsobreed ers' futurity for thrco-year-olds when Colorado E flashed under tho wire In the first heat in 2:0G, tho fastest mile over trotted by a threo-year-old, and then repeated his win In the sec ond heat, getting homo in 2:07. Tils made a world's rocord for tho fastest single heat and also for two successlvo heats. Offers for tho game llttlo trotter went up with a leap, and it is stated that Mr. Bradley now stands ready to gtvo $75,000, but there is little possibility of Mr. Esta brook disposing of his record-breaker. I Jf'' ' l ,'tei ' "TtsH TA Family In Pennsylvania crime. They were both convicted on circumstantial evidence, and the the ory of the prosecution was that Swan and the McKinley woman wanted to run oil together and regarded tho child as an Impediment to the plan. The old woman was killed. It Is be lieved, because she was sleeping in an adjoining room and, being awak ened by the noise, saw the crime and was killed to still her tongue. The house was afterward burned to hido the crime. FATAL ACCIDENT Canton, O., Sept. 1. Two mon were killed here. Henry Muckley, former hardware dealer, was burled under a fall of sand at the plant of the Greer Sand company and instant ly killed. Thomas Hodgson of Borg holz was drowned at Myers lake. Muckley was repairing a belt when ho met death. Marietta, O., Sopt. 1. kernel Mc- Cormlck played about an oil barrel until his clothing was saturated with oil. Then he struck a match and in stantly he was a blazing funoral pyre. Frank Stage, the lad's grandfather, rushed to hlB aid and was badly burn ed In his futile attempt to rescue the lad. Canton, O., Sept. 1. Clotus Willa man, convicted murderer of Warren Koons, his father-in-law, and the lat tor's wife, was sentenced to die in tho electric chair beforo sunrise of Friday, Dec. 10. Wlllaman showed no emotion, but his wife, who sat by his side in court, arose hysterically and cried out to County Prosecutor Krlechbaum, who conducted tho state's case against Wlllaman: "Krlechbaum, I hopo you'll be pun ished for this." Wlllaman was a .farmor living near MasBlllon and Is supposed to have slain Koons be cause he was refused money. BURNED TO DEATH WILLAMAN MUST DIE FLIES OVER LAKE ERIE Aviator Glenn Curtlss Makes Longest Over-thc-Water Trip, Cedar Point, O., Sept. 1, Glenn H. Curtlss in his "Hudson Flyer," starting from Euclid beach, nlno miles east of Cleveland, landed hero amid the cheerc of thousands of people, completing the first leg of his over-the-lako flight under the auspices of a Cleveland newspaper. The flight here was made In 1 hour and 18 min utes, the distance being 58 miles. If the weather conditions are favorable Curtlss wlU attempt tho return flight 'today. Curtlss for only a few minutes was n mile away from shore. At Lorain he waved to the crowd and again at 'Huron, where he was within 150 feet of shore. Off Rocky river ho dis tanced Carroll, a speedy motor boat. A fast wireless steamer followed all tho way to the Point. Curtlss was seen to be dipping and rising, seek ing better air currents, after he turn ed north from Huron. That was In his attempt to get away from the 30 mile gale he encountered. By his (light Curtlss accomplished tho longest all-ovor-the-water flight ever made. His biplane was In per fect condition and he lived up to the 'predictions that the aviator made be fore starting that ho Would be able to negotiate the distance without serious trouble. A 30-mlle northeast gale was blowing, and this seriously retarded his speed. CURTISS MAKES RECORD Files From Cleveland to Ce dar Point Over Lake Erie. lh& flS&Sf.-i.'ii, saxsb Pkoto by American Press Association. LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN CHICAGO Cattle: Uravp. $4 9008 40; Texas steers, J3 756 00; wesltrn steers. ti 0007 00; cons and heifers, 2 60 n B0; stockers and feeders, $4 10JJ8 20. Calves V 0003 BO. Sheep and Lambs Native sheep, $2 7504 70; western, $2 85 4 SO; native lambs, $3 0007.10; west ern. 6 0007 00; yearlings, $1 6505 75. Hops Light, $ 0509 65; mixed, $S 650 it 45; heavy, $S 5009 30; rough, ?3 50 8 76;l pis. $8 SO08 83. Wheat No. 1 red, S9HC0JI OOMc. Corn No. 2, 58140 59Vic. Oats No. 2, 3O03O$c. EAST BUFHALO Cattle: Export cat tle, $6 6007 3; shipping steers, 6 2S0 6 CO; butcher cattle, $6 50r no; heifers, U 0005 75; fat cows, 54 0005 25; bulls, $3 5003 B0; milkers and springers, $22 00 062 00. CJlvei $10 05010 50. dheep and Lambs Mlxod sheep, $4 2504 75; weth ers, $4 7505 00; eftoj, $1 0004 50; lambs, $5 7507 B0; yerrllngs. $B 0005 75. Hogs Heavies, $10 20; mediums, $10 25; York ers. $10 25010 35; pigs. $10 15010 25; roughs, $8 BO 08 75; stags. $7 00. PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, $7 40SJ 7 75; pilme, $7 0007 35; tidy butoherj, $6 0006 40; heifers, $3 0006 75;" cows, bulla and stags, $2 6005 50; fresh cows, $25 00060 00. Claves Veal, $6 00010 25. Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers, $4 60 04 75; cood mixed, $4 1001 60; Iambs, $4 5007 00; yearllnys, $3 5005 25. Hogs Heavy hogs, $3 5009 60; heavy mixed, $9 7009 80; modlumi, $9 95010 00; heavy Yorkers, $9 9009 95; llffht Yorkers, $9 80 09 90; pigs, $9 2509 -80, CLEVELAND Cattle: Cholco steers, J6 5007 00; heifers, $3 5506 00; fat cows, $4 0004 50: bulls. $4 0004 CO; mllkars nnd springers, $20 00060 00. Calves $10 00 down, Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep. $3 7504 25f ewes, $3 7504 25; best sheep, $4 0004 50; lambs, $4 5006 S3. Hoes Heavies. S9 60: mediums, $9 60; Yorkers, $9 75 ;5 pigs, $9 75; roughs, $8 25 SJS 51; stags, $7 00. CINCINNATI Wheaf No. 2 red, $1 00 01 02',i. Com No. 2 mixed, G1061V4O. Oats No. 2 mixed, 32Vi3Jc. Rye No. 2, 74075c. Bull: Meats 512 75. Bacon $13 76. Lard $11 75. Cattle $2 2507 15. Sheep $2 0004 15. Lambs $8 7507 II. Hcirs-$S 7503 65. TOLEDO WUeat, $1 03W; corn, 61oJ oats, 34iie; rye, 71c; cloverseed, $9 10. , mwm pi iff &!.'.. ll. Wftfy HAS EVIDENC AY Columbus Police Alleged Dynamiter Claimed He Fnrclinscd The Explosive In A Suburban Village And Tbaf He Received Five Dollars A Throw For His Nefarious Work-Governor Harmon Fails To Reply To Union Men's Requesf-Another Street car Blown Up Columhus, O., Sept. 1. The dyna miting of a streetcar north of Lin den, a suburb, destroyed what ap peared to he a quiet night. The ex plosion was heavy enough to tear out two feet of track and hurl it a dis tance of half a city block, the veloc ity being so great that a fence post in its path was torn down. The front wheel was blown to pieces. The po lice department sent two automobile loads of police to protect tho crew. No one was injured. At the request of the governor, General John C. Speaks began an in vestigation , of the alleged brutal treatnjent accorded the crowds the other night on Leonard avenue. Sev eral witnesses were called, among them a grocery keeper, who claims to have been ordered at the point of a pistol to get back into his store. A woman was also before General Speaks who claimed to have been been roughly treated by a squad of soldiers who forced their way into her home. Genercl Sreaks will mtke a thorough inve3tilicn. George V. Bope, 0.frrney for the union, has -repaTed " Liitory of the strike, and a representative will take it to Xew York, where John Mitchell, a vice president of the American Federation, will present it to Colonel Roosevelt, who Is coming here for an address. Roosevelt talked on law and order at Toledo a few days ago and it is believed that he will use this topic when he comes here. Mitchell is a close friend of Colonel Roosevelt. Trailing a Suspect. Sheriff Sartain's deputies have been on tho trail of one Albert Strader 22, of Grove City, a Etiburb, suspect ed of being involved in the car ex plosions. He has not been In the vicinity of his home since Monday and then ho was pursued by officers In an automobile. Thoy caught up with a train on which he was riding, only to learn that he had alighted some miles back. The officers re turned to Orient, which Is near Grove City, and were informed that the man had just purchased additional dynamite. They have learned that ho was refused dynamite which lie tried to buy at Glove City. According to information given the sheriffs tho man. told friends that he was getting paid $5 for each explo sion. He has lived in tnree different apartments in Columbus at times and all of them have been shadowed for some days. Sheriff Sartaln offered a reward from his own pockot of $100 for the arrest of Strader. Governor Harmon will make no re ply to the union labor representatives New York, sept. i. 'mat thing with the. red and green eyes was up a tho air over a part of Now York agalnXlast night and. conversely, a part of New York was up in tho air over that thing. A high state of ex citement prevailod over Gramercy park and the neighborhood of Union square for nearly. CO tense minutes. This much is fact: There was some thing that slowjy circled the heavenB NEW YORK PEOPLE ARE SEEING THINGS SHERIFF Searching For An who called "upon him with a request that he publicly demand arbitration of the carmen's strike. He made no statement, but let it be known' -through hia secretary that he was not aware that a further reply was expected of him. He left Columbus for a trip to Proctorvlllo, Scioto t county. General Manager E. K. Stewart of the Rail-Light company said that Governor Harmon hod made no new overtures and no demand for arbltra- ' tlon. He said he had not been called . to the governor's office. To-ingstown, O., Sept. 1. Posses are searching the country side for a band of yeggmen who broke into tho postofflce at Struthers and, cracking, the safe, stole between $300 and $400 In money and stamDs. Augustus Helnze Weds. New York, Sept. 1. Fritz Augustus. Helnze, the mining man, married Miss Bcrnice Golden Henderson, an. actress, who has been playing the leading feminine role jn "Tho Vain--pire." The ceremony ' took place at. the home of the Rev. Henry A. Han del, an Episcopal clergyman. Mr. Heinze and bride left for Butte, Mont., In a private car. American Girl Killed In Bavaria. Munich, Bavaria, Sept. 1. Miss Rose" Buckingham of San Francisco was instantly killed and Miss Agnes Roos of the same city fatally injured when a runaway automobile rani them down as they were leaving a theater. EnKllnli nrn.-id. The composition of Englisji brass is about seventy parts of copper nnd thir ty of zinc. "1'iince Rupert's metal" contains 75 to SO per cent of 'copper and on account of Its i;o!den color Is employed to some extent in Jewelry. The kind of brass called tombac con tains still more copper, nearly elghty flve parts In n hundred. It is the alloy used for the manufacture of what is' called Dutch metal, an Imitation of gold leaf, it can be rolled Into sheets, nnd these can be beaten out till they are only fifty-three thousandths of an Inch in thickness. Chambers' Journal. abovo those districts "between 8:15 and 0:15 o'clock. It was something buoyant enough to carry two lights, a.' red and a preen one, arranged about 10 feet, npart like the port and starboard Uglita on the bow of a ship. The ArtlNt'u Aim, Friend But or what's the Idea of the work? I don't quite grasp it. Artist Tho idea is to sell It -Chicago Npw. POSSE IN SEARCH t it' fi BV:i J- m r A V m r ,$; '.? -y J-"- " """ -"- Irt