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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1901, Elyria, Ohio THE DAILY CHRONICLE TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION OF AMY PAPER PUBLISHED IN LORAIN COUNTY AND CIRCULATING IN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS No 97 ELYRIA OHIO MONDAY OCTOBER 28 1901 ONE HUNTED I Thrilling Han Chase After a Robber T WHERE WILL BE EXECUTED Tenn Oct ate nan fought way clear of two city detectives here Sunday and after j thrilling chase made good his cape In his race or liberty he utilised two-horse wagon team a hone sad twiggy and a riding hone all forcibly taken while two dead mark Che first portion trait believe the man is one of the gang that held up the Great express near Wagner Mont last June his attempt to get for a of the seriea in that robbery attracting the attention of the police to bun Yesterday morning a raw-boned man about fire feet ten Indies high with florid complexion offered the in payment of small fat a score on the square Difficulty in making the change the salesman to closely notice the which prored to be on the bank The police were notified the clerk meanwhile delaying the matter of change Dwyer and Dickens were aoon on hand and approaching the demanded his name was the reply and another question or two Dwyer informed the man he was under arrest Quick aa a flash guson ted a in each hand and started for the door A ensued officers grappling with the stranger who prored more than a for them Using his pistols aa clubs he tought Ida way to the door and fled down the street A passing ice wagon caught his at- tention and the negro pant ware soon out of his way Then a engine clip the wagon was headed across fee Cumberland river bridge Into East Nashville a following it Out Woodland street went the team sadden turn Into First street brought tt to grief One of the tones fell and broke his leg font the fugitive was not to be delayed Hun sting across First street he held np an old negro who was driving by in a huggy and the flight was continued Oat into the commons he sped Once the baggy overturned but was ly Finally the tired horse waa abandoned and after a dive into Shelby park on foot the supposed bandit secured another horse at a point near the park Then after a sensational ride the horse left and the flight continued on foot ther pursuers found two of their bloodhounds shot to death a short distance apart and after the trace of the man was lost The sheriff with a posse is scouring the country for the man When the buggy was abandoned the man away a wallet containing in ten and twenty-dollar trills of the Montana bank The money was covered by of Police Outran MEMORIAL ARCH i An Appeal to the Public is Issued to Aid in ing it for McKinley ELECTRIC CHAIR It is in Readiness to Receive Czolgosz Tuesday Morning at 7 O'clock Auburn N Oct time that Leon F Czolgosz assassin of President McKinley has to lire la reckoned by hours now but there has been no relaxation of the stringent rule under which the prisoner has been secluded since his confinement Auburn prison was closed yesterday to any who sought the assassin and so it will remain until the prisoner has paid the penalty which the exacts In fact tne plan to deprive Czolgosz living of any notoriety has been extended to deprive Czolgosz dead of notoriety Immediately after the of the murderer with the I vast accumulation of mail that came i Oct William I National Memorial Arch association issued the following to rhe President memory is enshrined in the hearts of his Try men But their unexampled j demands expression in a j national in j to bt- erected at the national cap- j tal the of his greatest labors achievements The William j National Memorial Arch j elation bus been incorporated under i the laws of the District of Columbia to meet this desire by the erection of j i a national memorial arch in honor of i I President McKinley in the city at Washington by national popular sub- i scription President Boosevelt baa accepted honorary membership in the tion It is proposed to place the i memorial arch preferably at the i Washington approach to the bridge across the Potomac con- Washington with Arlington i which President MeKinley earnestly I desired recommended to congress as a monument to American Contributors to its fund will be of the William Arch tion The treasurer Hon Lyman J Gage secretary of the treasury of the United States will receive all butions will forward certificates of membership to all contributors Contributions of money may be ed to postmasters managers of tele- graph telephone and express offices or deposited with banks or other financial institutions and newspapers They are hereby authorized and re- quested to receive and transmit con- to the treasurer And this is Warden 1 The association heartily invites with approval has decided j and confidently asks the co-operation that for the 30 hours preceding the j of governors of states and territories execution of Czolgosz not one word i tae mayors of cities and au of his condition or actions be j public officials of press of the given out from prison tn other j country of the churches colleges aad words the beginning from mid- j schools and of all organized societies night is dead far and requests John Lersch Co SPECIAL SALE OF SHIRT WAISTS Our entire stock of Cotton Shirt Waists divided into THREE i OTS to Close Them Out ONE LOT O At including which O to cares to make an the brain body clothes letters and everything reminiscent of him in the prison will be disposed of the body of the assassin will be buried in quicklime and the clothes letters and packages will be con- br fire When the death is accomplished out a br making and securing tions All communications except re- Warden Mead wili give to the for him will be burned statement of the j should be addressed to and if possible the request of the including any confession he j Thomas F Kalsh secretary ents of the dead man for his re- i mav make The result of the out by the Pa Oct ern slope of the Allegheny mountains through county are ablaze front the Tough river through into West Virginia and mountaineers are fleeing from homes with their families Careless hunters started a the past ween and the brush is as dry as lander that were never known to go dry are without water and only a rain will atop the swiftly spreading destruction The been spreading for a week and the glare at night can seen for miles The destruction has enormous to crops fences barns stock and mains will be evaded It is feared that the removal of his body to land would lead to scenes of an un- fortunate nature and prison are very to avoid thing ot the kind The plan of ing the clothing and letters of the murderer will prevent the exhibition of relics by those who pander to the morbid The hour of 7 on Tuesday morning is the time set by Warden Mead for the execution The chair in which Czolgosz wili sit to receive the electrical shock was examined and tested yesterday by State Electrician E F Davis and is ready for the part that it is to play in the final scene of the great national Davis carefully examined the wiring switchboard and electrodes and satisfied himself that they were in good condition He also inspected the dynamos in the The association is in entire At the execution on Tuesday Dr pathy with the proposition to erect a suitable memorial to rhe late ar his grave in If Convicted Georgetown Ky Oct jury in Caleb Powers conspiracy case returned a verdict of guilty and ers was sentenced to life ment The jury was out only 50 utes Then a motion for a new trial was overruled and the case will be pealed The sentence was read and judgment suspended pending the de- of the higher tribunal ers was taken to Frankfort and com- j mitted to jail without bail ONE LOT At theae were to each ONE LOT these were 81.60 to No One Can Afford to Wiss These Bargains CHEAP to Lay Aside for NEXT SEASON JOHN LERSCH Carlos F McDonald of yew and Prison Physician Germ be the attending physicians and the j priests if any are required by gosz will be two Polish that have heretofore visited Arrest of a Banker Halifax N S Oct A Hurley the former manager of the Bank of British North America at i Fredericton N B was arrested in i t this city last on a warrant charging him with stealing be- longing to the We court Competition admin Opposition But under ao Will aw As the Only 1 5 Charleston S C Oct court of common pleas in Florence county decided that a j ed in this state between a white man i and a negro was invalid and prison shop where the current is tnat the children born of such and at his direction the j do Eot inherit an estate left to rent was for a sent children of the sating into the death house as rt will j In the legislature passed mn act prohibiting the intermarriage final punishment to the murderer j of Wnite and persons and re- The firm purpose of superintendent j iterated it in the act of Under Collins and Warden Mead te avoid j code of 1872 these two acts were even lihe appearance of ism in this case is determined by an incident in connection with one of the principal Dr Charles F McDonald of New York a former president of the state lunacy for SO j commission is to be the principal at- Montreal Oct killed a boy physician at the execution He was one of the who ex- repealed by the republican state Under the present state constitution intermarriage between white and colored persons is Saturday said Tobin Hansen a Dane 35 years old to the officer in charge when he walked into Central police station yesterday I killed Joint for money and I only got SC cents That is not enough so I came to gire mysen Hansen described the locality in which the deed bad been committed and the lice found the boy's body It was identified as that of Samuel Marotte a son of Samuel Marotte a known spice and coffee merchant London Oct Chilian announces the mobilization of the army for the end of November ostensibly for says a dis- from Buenos Ayres The Ar fleet kaa been ordered to be provisioned and coaled and the are working hard day and A Hot Time in Texas Nacogdoches Tex Oct Judge McDonald of San Augustine in Buffalo and i county has to the governor the prisoner sane He has for rangers on account of intelligence been very anxious to take away that about 80 members of tie Wall him from the autopsy the assassin's j faction had assembled at Tobe Ba- hrain for the purpose of bine county and making ical examination A few days ago i attons to march on San Augustine for to London Oct 23 It is officially an- in St Petersburg says a i dispatch from the Russian capital j that and China hare concluded j an agreement as to Manchuria I Fire People Badly Unified j Oct 28 j Robbie Busier last night i ar his home in Allegheny pulled a lamp from a and was so badly j that he can live but a few j His mother Mary Busier in I her efforts to save the was j mimed about the head and Her recovery is doubtful neighbors Peter Grimes and James McGovern were painfully burned about the and while extinguishing rhe flames which enveloped the er an child and threatened the de- j struc on of the house First Class Laundry I In Elyria A Trial will eon jon It hai others Our on will call any in Drop station at Wack's BiU Phono 24 Homo Phone 12 THE BUCKEYE LAUNDRY I 1119 and Feather Repairing and Finishing Packing and Crating A Full Samples Always in Stock The 373 Broad St THORP The Upholsterer Telephone 572 Dr McDonald had a talk with Super- intendent Collins and asked him to j low him after the autopsy to take I the brain to New York nation Collins said to Doctor I have planned to make j the purpose of avenging the death of the six Walls who have been killed on the border the latest killing be- ing that of Eugene Wall last week The opposing factions have been armed ever since killing and the this execution an example of mystery j news from Sabine county caused the that will forestall any attempt at partisans of the other faction to take I cannot allow j Stepa so they could not be Is Iks Lest N Y Oct is well week the Pan-American Western New York will the exposition on Wednesday la tt will be exhibitors day and be distributed to visitors the day of the City ot Light be of tfco farewel sham battle te aspis bring Fort Porter i Indians the to go away from the prison prised will in any way continue this man's j identity or notoriety Yon may stay at prison for a week if you will i and examine any portion of the j omy yon please but my plan is not to allow any portion of the man his j clothing or even the letters he to leave this place Dr McDonald I would like to have taken the brain away but I am frank to say that you are right in the matter If I desire to make any examination I will do it at the prison The plan of Superintendent Collins heartily acquiesced In by Warden Mead it hs understood that an law has been found win allow the warden to refuse A Kaee Track Lexington Oct in recent years have created as great a sensation among horsemen as the suspicion first given utterance last Thursday investigated on Friday and proved on Saturday that one of Broken O- Oct John Sigrist rush of the Ohio State sity team is one of tSie with a broken neck was injured Saturday in the j game with the Western Reserves An j X examination yesterday showed that third cervical vertebrae was f red An operation will be i 1 but there is little hope that it wil avail body is para- from the shoulders down j Wolves Eat j Vienna Oct 28 Twenty-three j sons have been eaten by wolves says i the Wiener Journal while in the fields near Witebsk land 100 BOCHERS J George A Fatal Ky Oct the poles marking the distances at j killed and Joe Nail the race track had on Wednesday j morn ly wounded Saturday night at night been moved so as to make the pole marking of a mile from the stand less than the supposed 40 to 45 feet distance and Quarter House on the see e Mayes was killed by Nail then moved back received his death wound at the of an man Several again Thursday in the fight Mayes if eaid 11 have killed several men for body from bit relatives aad will give tiba the of disposing of la event two Or Have Washington Oct chief of the bureau will he from position and take a European ron next March being relieved erf hit by Admiral Dondon Oct town of in tne government of Minsk has been destroyed by a dispatch from St and several lives hare lost ONE DAY ONLY Wednesday Oct 30 1901 One only to None sold sold until mi a m No orders accepted for these Rockers Hunt be purchased at the store Positively only One Day mi Rood worth at any atoro Harry H Smith STORE ELYRIA 0
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