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Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Hamilton, Ohio ESTABLISHED 1814 RIGID PRECAUTION AGAINST RIOTING Troops lo Rocks Guard Strike Zone EIGHTYTWO THE HAMILTON TELEGRAM 77 i I Retiring Admiral One of The Oldest of Our Sea Dogs All Entering The of Disorder Arc For Weap Second Outbreak Prob able Associate Aug sec day ot ho reign of marital law In Rocks scene of Sun day nights turbulent disorders In ana about the plant of Pressed Steel Car company augured well for a temporary truce or hostilities The arrival of additional State po lice had a Quieting effect foreign sinkers and sympath Pram now on troopers sheriffs will patrol anU tho car plant day and Tendering well nigh itn a recurrence of Sunday nights unrestrained violence An additional box car jail was prepared before dawn as tho two now in use iiro overcrowded with eightytwo prisoners file funerals of the rioters were held today In tho Greek Catholic church at McKees the strik ers attending Jn body To offset any demonstrations at the funer al of the strikers deputy sheriff mere present at the church and graveyard The bodies of Troopers lolin and John L were to homes The Harry was held early today jWilliams just before he left Pa said Follows J feel certain that something is to happen to and for tho first time since I have joined the constabulary feel like away from duty IJo was otic of Sunday night The sheriff slid that certain lines entering will discontinue service temporarily today unless or der is restored In a room in an empty Smith o polite lato last liis covered the hat of Trooper Smith said that was hidden in when pursue iy troops During no per male or lias entered or the strike zone without been taken ona few unaware o tho rigid examination that must he passed by all that enter or leave tli LAWYERS IN CONVENTION American Bar Association Opens Scs sion at Detroit Iress DETROIT Aug of the American Car Asso opened here th reading of address hj Frederick of St Louis Among the delegates arc many o Americas leading amone the visitors is of War Dickinson Diamonds To Ci JIan Aug i a ever jewel rol al the Clifton home of manager of the Hotel The affair is nil lh more puzzling to the police by tih sudden return of stolen good in a most fashion robbery occurred last Tiles day and it was reported to the po lice Monday evening by that a rang the door bcl Saturday al his home on place and in a package Th boy left wilhout comment ami lh package when opened was foun to contain every bit of stolen diamond pins and ring the whole valued al 1700 Mr Bodomer said Tuesday that h lias not Iho idea as lo thv of the robber nor what mo tive prompted the return of the Jewels whether it was remorse fright or JOHNSOX Of Incorporated Al Tuesday Special O Aug 21 The Cosl Company of HamH ton was Incorporated today with 5000 stock by Paul c John Clyde B Darragh P Johnson Bank Clerk Arrested Iress Aug G Miller assistant cashier of the Third National Hank of this city was arrest ed charged wild dollars embezzling live GREAT INTEREST IN RETURN Railway Will Arrive This After a longer lean of sea service than any other officer now on th active Hsl of the United navy Rear Admiral William T ocs on the retired list Ibis week b of the age limitation to service His retirement does not a va in lie list of admirals for the that bis is an extra by eminent and conduct in battle in war will Spain when lie commanded the Helena Admiral Swinburne lia served his country afloat years and four months in a total scr vice in the navy of fbi years recent duty was president of the naval war collegi al Newport Before he com the Pacific Admir al Swinburne was bom m Rhode HUNDREDS LOST IN WRECK OF STEAMER Serious Disaster la Harbor o Montevideo IN Put Loss of inin lo That Caused Accident Tress Aug collision excursion al the Montu video today resulted in th of from 150 300 per sons mostly women and children The vessels were Ifie steamer carrying passen gers from Ay res lo Hie festi yal at anil a steamer so in Uic loca passenger The latter wen so quickly that aH al nore hopeless U is said lhat the explain of th tierman steanier and a few of ti passengers were saved The liad to be retrained from ting suicide HOXT WITH Has After Him O 2 Severn of Ihc city U in lake to the made by formor James B lo ihn effect ll the of by Rock lo the to the church Ihal It smaller from giving In Uie of things I ha could not be so said Mr Loom who is an officer of the stile Mr nove makes any lo or charily it is Apart the of from 100 lo 100 per cent of th same being raised by other peo ple in other channels An for his to Mr i the same manner lhat a proposition docs that is lie nuis sec that the money will accomplis necessary All his vast bone pass a man who for years has been m charge o Hits feature of Mr ac Ho tas the siffle In rif man lie an engineer whom ho send out to survey a railroad ho dees not act he has this mans report C Hooper one of the of trustees of tho First Ha Church said lie not speak or Baptist churches in general for their particular church the of not true The of the Broad Church ars giving more and giving nore freely than ever before in the history ot Hie f he HIS All The Danger Spots Are Now Marked Out Associated Press Telegram WASHINGTON Aug first time in history the South ocean and tlic vast Indies on one and South ami Panama on the oilier At Today AfC been portrayed by a chart by the Navy Department hy office Tlie which lade its appearance glance all those varied features Home In For of The He Is Aliff If who is Mni tin Mies l In to n On Iho Kaisir via wireless In My I mil going hack d for mi and to ten i left ul lio fine Tlic of Ihc American Tops outlook bright business conditions for the future sate lels notices to mariners and in irine charts including steam ami Brilliant Work of Curliss The Amer routes average winds region of icebergs magnetic variations and of wireless telegraph sta tlie YORK Aug Although he Kaiser 11 on which E II Is roni n trip to in health leach quarantine it will bo 4 before Mr Is able to step at The steamers dock In The Kaiser Wilhelm was cast ot at a m today YORK August new home to B II irM taken direct Is on Tower Hill one of the highest mountains In range The ilia was at acost of 2 000000 and is yet in process ot completion the HtHo Iowa of Ar den is in the heart of a part of Orange County just back of at nn altitude where malaria can not reach That was IMr choice of the spot Qn reaching New York Jlr will be trom tlho steamer to a lender which will carry him directly to Ms car at the Eric in Jersey City II 18 miles put to Arden but a special train will be Rt the disposal of the trave wil he by rail to the very steps of Hio home At Aiden special will switched Mr private roid This to the top of tho mountain through a deep cut in Iho forest Al a where accent becomes most precipitous a specially con car as large as an ordinary car and with gasoline party It is placed on the cable car con neels Hie railroad wiWi an incline When cable car been a flight up lie the ca or railroad automobile will be run off the cabie c onto a guage track lo the very door of the imag natas mountain mansion Net only been made for a comfortable of the invalid to his re treat but armies of workmen have driving ami day the labor of finishing thai All lasl night 500 men rushed tasks of fin ishing ami so been for weeks Hut MIC plate is pronounced EO lhat it can not he a ideal for a rest cure nu cloie friends of Mr pre thai a in the almos of this finishing work with i and bustle will be to drive the mon RJH n of to the Ark Sen tit Telegram NMV A London cablegram states that E snan is from stiffness o Iho vertebral which is by nice of Paris Itis a rare dis case and by most doctors is pro incurable The story from London is that Mr Harriman was to consult Br in Vienna The latter claim thai the disease be cured Tht name is pronounced as it speller Bear In Vienna Mr in for a name was lo the common aail could nrt nmf him il firat He consulted who t aisle him the vas incur Tax Values The county commissioners as board of equalization have made an addition off to tho Coke Olio works making tho on lands and buildings for purposes of taxation about 4105000 Ti havo also added on the tion of steel plant at Coke Ott making a valuation of o Joseph laborer Coke Otto and divorced Hughes WIND INTERFERES WITH TOE AVIATORS it sea heretofore have had o seek in scattered books Olla While face of the chart is up to graphic features re crse is filled with instructions Tinted matter relating to the harbor on Peru Chile and Tas and to series of replies to vari us that have been asked f office Pilot harls of all the oceans except Ihc arc now issued by the Hydro office MCARTHEY IN COLUMBUS Hamilton Theatrical Man At Man Meeling COLUMBUS O in attendance of more than KKI mcm crs the Vaudeville Asso of America whose tcrs are at Lexington Ky will meet in Columbus tomorrow The association comprises mana gers of vaudeville houses hi many slates and was formed more thana year ago for Ihc purpose of ng ideas on Ihc management respective houses It has a member hip of more llian 300 members Tlic officers of are William A Pa president Ray Andrews Mun ic vice president If Ramsey Lexington Ky secretary Directors II S Vail E Hamilton ami T D Murray of Lexington Ky The con will close wilh a Wednesday evening CANNOT RUN ON TWO TICKETS Special Aug 21 The Alb opinion one been nom by a regular party at Prim ary Hie Dron son axl le ated by u parly or aii organization by and Ira ve his name on the a the regular election In more than one place CRAZED NEGRO IS SBOt AND BURNED Way Run Amuck Jo Monroe La SHOT 21 CITIZENS BEFORE HE WAS SHOT DOWN Four Of The Injured Are Ih Serious Destroys Corpse Of Murderer In The Heart Of The Town Associated Tress Telegram MONROE LA Aug 24 crazed by or from cocaine Monroe today with a double inevcry fire The fell dead after i receiving a score o Twentyone citizens in the fight When negro fell his body dragged through the lo tin where it was burni in the presence of people Four of Ihc twentyone citi shot arc in a serious condition Meadville Is Quiet MASS Aug 24 prevails at toda and Sheriff Jones announced that In can cope with any trouble that ina arise because of the attempted assas of Newman Chan Clerk Sunday night Squads o re patrolling the town Decree For Mrs Gould Telegram W YORK Aug Gould obtained a final of divorce from Frank J Gould to day The decree wa signed May 20 this year There wa no opposition today when formal ap for final papers was made Molten Iron Richard Days employed in the foundry of II P company Hamilton The iron splashed from a ladel Days was carrying lives Kast High and Mill roid Postponed CROWD DISAP POINTED BY TUB AN ican Makes Him Favorite For The International Cup Bui Betting is Light Press Aug the wind vcr ten metres a second thousands of persons who assembled on ciy Field for Ihc third day of avia tion week were keenly disappointed when told that there would be no flights the wind abated The brilliant performance last eve ling of Glenn II Curtiss Ihc aviator makes him a favorite the big event of Ibe meeting of International Cup but is little THE GUNNISON TUNNEL Bore of Six Miles Completed in Great Irrigation Project in Colorado The great Tunnel tlie irst project undertaken by the United Government ion Service work on which has been regressing for four and one years is now completed and on September 23rd President Taft will visit the Valley and personally open the gates of the Inn nel turning the How of the river into magnificently con bore main and distributing Salvationists Leader Compelled To Retire by Age and Illness MADE FINE Jus Before Duik Night it is warfare against sin poverty is feared he will never again project of enormous which will irrigate acres of choicest land now semiarid The Tunnel is located in County in the Valley in Colorado The two gangs of men boring the tun nel met at 545 p mr July 6 1909 at i point 10812 feet from the on the Gunnison The tunnel is 30600 feet six miles long feet inside meas and lined throughout with cement The main canal is 30 feel wide at the bottom 83 feel wide al the top and the average depth of water is 10 feel The capacity is 1300 cubic feet of per second The cost ol the and dis canals when completed will beover and perpetual will be sold to settlers at approximately per acre being based upon the actual cost of the Ten years lime be for payment without interest The lands to be irrigated are suit able for fruitgrowing and Ihc rais ing of all kinds of farm crops The water after it leaves tunnel will have 372 feet fall which can be used to generate electric power sufficient lo light every town and every farm house the Valley and provide for all kinds of commercial and industrial purposes The lauds under this project will afford homes for all time 10 come for a population of at least 25000 Ameri can citizens Already there arc three enterprising and progressive and in the Valley and with he development of this vast acra other towns will undoubtedly come into existence to meet the rc of the population founder and head of the Sal vation Army to strike his colors hi II ible to take up the burden of th work which lie has borne for more than thirty years Among Ihc proposed projects which he has hail lo abandon arc a crusading tour of the provinces and a visit to the United Slates General came lo America in 1907 receiving a most enthusiastic welcome from bis followers and other believers in the of the Salvation Army Oi April 10 of he present year the eightieth birthday of General iwas celebrated in London ami throughout the world wherever mem bers of the Salvation Army arc gath ered with many evidences of the rev in which he is held by lii people ALWAYS CUTTING WHEAT The Worlds Harvest Never Ceases Grows Thai there is little chance of famine in wheat is shown by the fol lowing table according lo which is not a day in Ihc year lhat a wheat crop is not being harvested in part of the world Zealand Chile Argentine Republic February and India r win ue pai Syria learn ofthe Earl Cyprus Asa Minor Mexico Cuba Algeria Central Asia China Japan Morocco lina Carolina Tennessee Vir ginia Kentucky K Utah Colorado Greece Maly Spain South at St of France from the Ohio of France New York Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Michi gan Illinois Iowa Wisconsin South ern Nebraska Upper Can ada Bulgaria Austria Hungary South of Russia Germany Switzerland of and Northern Min Dakota Manitoba Lower Canada Columbia Holland Great Britain Denmark Poland Cc Russia September and Sweden Norway North of Russia South Africa South There is a falling off In nnm i jui mil rung al tlie liad his loft foot severely burned port of New and Italy Iron yesterday evening are now wilding the most and the lhat while 28213 from these In 11 in Juno Hailing sight due lo infection of I lie eyes and the infirmities of age have compelled General William RAILWAYS WIN IN COURT Qd Injunction Against Com merce Commission i CASH NOW JO TO TIIK SU anna Victory For The There Strip of Most of Its Timers Press Telegram Aug perron injunction sought by western railways against the Com merce Commission in the Missouri rate case was today by Judges Baker am of the United Stales court Railroads in Missouri river case sought to have the Commerce enjoined icr from enforcing the orde of the to rates from the Atlantic sea board u river cities The sought a system of rates from Atlantic sea board to Iho Missouri river dial were reduc tions from the sums of local rates Todays decision if sustained by th U 8 which it wil bo taken power of will it is Iho limit t commission to the o cases of rale discrimination The many friends in his city an V will be deeply pained to which occurred at Ihc home of hii parents the Rev and Mr of at oclock afternoon attending ihi typhoid fin er which terminated in his N death yesterday al age of leyan University at spring and to enter University of Pennsylvania fall Last season Tic was noted as one of tho bjst foot players the and his sad and death has the sorrow A number from hero will at lend the funeral Is Dismissed The case of John H against Mary Hurr ami others has been dismissed and the costs It was an action for 250 and sc rcn and equitable r Tent Meetings In v I C Turner and wife of Mid at tue o win conduct tent meeting al 0 Jie sinning Wednesday August to continue ten days They will be as tcd by other workers The meet ings will be held in Park MAKES SIT UP Hy Him Ho Goes His Machine Close of Dny Aug 2 lie American aviator and M o taii lay of just lit dusk in he lowered record for tho s six Slid 6 min 33 25 seconds do o Impressive high of 49 12 and 50 In the for Prix De la Blue skies and glorious itll only a trace of doal for tho lay of began just if limit for the slant ol Jie Prix Be La was ex when the American had abandoned their lake Mie tiro unbounded spectators ii few before had cppcl is seconds off Lefebvres record yesterday with his powerful monoplane Suddenly at one end of the Held a cry The American is slanting All fey were lo lir point where op president of the Aero Club oC America and n crowd erf otlior ad surrounded Curtis Wilh a preliminary run tho ground of 100 mV rose nd the tribunes at a of CO was going al a terrific wilh tho wings level as a plane torn under loken lirio was closer He descended so earth Miat many but perceiving his ed quickly and easily line the signal wa hoisted a aid noi to speed and to ay In incident ol he he got of hte fallen strewn around the course It is the of the Ameri can aviator how to await event for the Saturday for he fe again after which he mill try for Iho Prix Do La Vitesse the final will be contested on Sunday also made a in Kio endurance test today but CB Cockburn ander Farmin 200 to majority content ing with covering suffi cient distance to et the limit Takes Position In Tennessee Mrs Mattie Belle has accepted a position as teacher rif violin in a college near Court Alex Hunter administrator of David has been lo sell tlic slock of merchandise at private sale as a whole and for the highest price bid regardless of the appraised value He has a casli offer of for Ihc slock Ie aays is the best he can gel for it Elnathan Ross administrator of Rebecca Norris lias filed a final ac count showing the and dis to have been James Elliott has made application in the probate court for letters of administration upon Itic estate of James Bond is offered in the sum of Lola 1 Bertaw guardian A and others to the probate court We pile of the real in Union township to K A for was made today upon the guardians giving in Iho sum of with John 0 Brate John 1 D w and C sureties Mrs X 0 Sweat tho sari news this morning ofthe death of her mother occurred in Penn sylvania ast evening The great telescope the Paris exposition of 1909 which WNVS built at a cost of is now of for sale by the receiver of the exposition at one tenth of its cost Its housing requires a building ISO feet long Three herring are of the sea in iy ot ihr lest ot thn
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