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   Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 11, 1910, Hamilton, Ohio                                LTON APH 10 THURSDAY AUGUST 11 VOL 97 No4 Take York City Mayor DOCTORS REPORT MAY NOT DIB AS RESULT Qaynor Was Sailing for Res in Europe When Attempt Was Mndey MAN WAS OVERCOME AND TAKIJN TO JAIL AWAITING RESULT OF INJURIES He Took Mjr Bread and Butter hvizy iMom the Only State ment That WouldBe Murderer Would Make to Authorities After the Shooting Associated Iresi TelryramJ NEW YORK Aug fol lowing bulletin was issued by the four surgeons about one oclock The Mayor Wasshot on the right side of the riec the bullet enter ing the posterior nud Sipper part running oWnward anuNforward The position of the bullet is not definitely determined but will be ascertained later by XRays The Mayer is conscious and resting easy and seems in no im mediate danger j prevailed on deck of the steamer The Mayors secretary Adamson lifted the striclten executive to his feet arid with the assistance of others carried him to the stateroom Later he was conveyed to the hospital The revolver used by the Mayors assailant was found to contain four empty shells As Gaynor was being borne by his friends he remarked simply Say goodbye to the people Gallagher lived at 444 Third Avenue which is a rooming house conducted by Mrs Sophie Johnson At a m the doctors report they donot believe Gaynors wound ij serious The bullet entered the right side of the neck but did not cut any important blood vessels Doteetiws were immedialtly rushed In numbers from Manhattan headquarters to tile scene of the tragedy at the Hobolcon steamship Pier Gallagher was remarkably while making tho statement Many Telegrams Received During the day many telegrams ex pressing sympathy ami hope for speedy recovery were received at tin hull from President Taft Hnriscvcli Mr jaynor and daughter Mrs Viiifliu who was recently married renclicd the hospital during he morn ing Mrs Gaynor bore up well Mrs lapse Viiiyiit iol ANOTHER PRINCE N NEW YORK tSan Prince Being flilertainedj at LfpTown Hotel Mosquitoes Cause a i Change in Services In New Jersey Church JAUK yMos quitocs have caused i in MAKIY TO Tltil ItOlXl WOK I ItdOSiVlICs Ilimiily IKSS Telrgrarnl OVSTOK fAV AUK Thporlore HooseveltsojH the follosvitig to siclipig Mayor Mitchell as soon as he liraSd Ilio report of tiio shooting Drastic AdmimsdiKIoii Mayor jnvjinrs administration ivliich began in JriiuiiGv jst last bail been drastic iu its reforms and lie had condemned so many par sons and panics in such strong terms tliat ho tin many throats In miiiminii official circles hi made many bittenenemies and a number of powerful political organ izations were uncompromising against him Armed Visitor Several months ago an armed vis itor at the City iHnll was found try I tug to approach Mayor Uaynor ami he was removed T tun sbutkerl and horrified jyond mrasiire Pbaso send me formal ion Theodore lloosorelt CHINESE ADOPT AMERICAN HABITS Illio tlnlitiriiiili of Moiiilihiuij Come To Setfliis iotl Irtss TclLcimn NWW YOltK AII second Indiiin Ilinco to visit New York tills summer is being eiilertained at an tiptown hotel today I is ihe Jali of Moiiibhanj which i a small in Central India and he is making a trip iiruuinl tho world to got rid of malaria ivlilth ho caught while hunting in Die Jungles principality Tho Muhaiajaii is a yoiniK man of 3S H wriirs busi uoss suitof gray with i soft grey hat and ho is iinarcomjinnlci IJy a single servant His principalityis said to be omj of the smallest in India SOO jiolice llobcrt Adumsou secretary to the Mayor was quoted feared a crank NEW YORK Aug Wil liam J Gaynor was shot and danger ously wounded at oclock this uugm im morning as Ke stood on the deck oftcm1 to the mayor the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm Derj His First Grosse at the steamship pier in Ho Mayor Gaynorwas sailin on the boken N J about to start on a Una first vacation he has had months vacation in Europe taking office on January 1st He has Ihc shooting was done by a I been at work from nto ill hours a stranger who later gave his name as1 lay and imnoraitvely felt tho need Jules James Gallagher living at VA of n rest In order to ho out of reach Third Avenue New York He was of Hie affairs of his office It was his former city emintention toavoid all the Btiropean SAYS TH HUBS XO DAVCiKIt OF HOYCOTT saying lie sometimeat j AmeVicau Iroilucts Xecd liy The Cliupsft Car lied ln Mens lluclis Into The Interior ployee who recently charged Three shots were fired at the mayor Two of them missed and the thiru lodged in the fleshy portion of the left side of the neck i and to take a jaunt through the North Sen to the coast of Nor way ne expected to lie absent about mi month Mayor Cfayuor was rather secrc Blood gushcdfrom the wound andW tr firct join ne which was uunu dim lOCin the first hasty emitiaticn led to the 7 oelef of serious and perhaps fata consequences The mayor retained consciousness and later examination by the physicians when tho mayor was taken to the hospital gavc a more hopeful outlook With Mayor Gaynor when he was shot were Health Commissioner Le uerle and Deck Commissioner Cal vin Tomldns Street Commissioner Edwards rAS5ocistel Telegram OHI 0 American need never fear boycott of their more important exports by the Chinese according to W II i WicUhafifR InisineEs man of Hon Korig olf liis way to Uniiloh after spending tweiilyiwo years in Chi mi The principal products the Chin cse gei are Hour ami Uerosene saiii Mr Wickam They cannot place n boycott on lour because they cannot so tragically it in any other country The is true of kerosene The Amer 10 mends who saw him at his ofcan market can never be distrimin Up to tinpresent week the or has held services rcgularlv both morning and evening ing lie heKed inoiiths and the Cervices have been well el lint he veiling services were trying n account oi ihc posts Thntiffli screens for doors iiid windows wore fed Hie infliction iomimicil Last Sunday the pastor SKIS rrpcatiillv interrupted in hh sermon liv inmclomiic vigors and lie iiiinlly up the fight and announced COWLETBS WOKK Great Lesson For Congress of America AM KltlCA V I KPIIHSHXTATIVKS TIIIXK OCIt UOADSTOO WIDE that until Ihc mosquito ended there would be nci service Torrential Haitis Flood Japan property men guarding his property Becoming H CuareUe serving as a standing army Smoking Nation flrei visit try Ite came hy way ofSan Fran cisco first visiting China and Japan 124 VESSELS BOUT FOR JULY frill thru tfniiimccl today devastating llouds priiidiul ickn Province on the Cornt Souilscrii Hundred 01 houses have been sub 1 merged and occusiicd by stu ills in the province nf wn ivitli its iiimiitis liencath a tile railivriy liite arc reported and several triins have derailed loi tliiforin IOlllllhlllOliInIll Hi of load HIUJSHELS Aug The Intcvni ionai road cnnfcveiici which opened its stssiuns here July linisliod H3 work Saturday and KdjunriicMl The American deksateii say tiiat UK B fta I hssoil of the Coiircss for America is the showing of the abso lute necessity for the introduction of a uniform system of riul Imifding in the Lliiiod Stales 1 of America said that Chans is boiunl to prevail so long as the idea that lo cal engineers should have full con trol of road building governed in America The Amerieiin rrspresentiitivos be lieve Unit tlie American vciads espec ially in the Koiiih are too wide and lack the requisite depth of ion Department o Commerce And Labor Makes Report yesterday afternoon lie said prin cipal object was the sea trip itseif and he had no intention of visiting Gallagher the Mayors assailant was taken before Recorder McGovern immediately after the shooting and ar raigned He displayed little emotion He deprived me of my bread and butter said the discharged deck cm ploye I didnt want Porter House steak he added Recorder McGovern held the pris oner without bail to await the result of the Mayors injuries Discharged Watchman Gallagher was appointed watchman I the continent or stopping in anyof the larger English cities f want a rest he said I mar i to Sweden and possiblyto Dn He addcibthat he ilesirc1 u sea as much as possible ami to thor oughly est after the hard work of tlie past seven months and to get himself in shape for tlie many difiicuH problems that faced him on bin ro tnrn Mrs Sophia Johnson who vnomini hoisc a Ave whcro bgher iivfs whcn mornins that her boarder had ieeps no Cial this ntcil agaiiiKt China is becoming smoUins nation Cigarettes are SAf AND STEAMVESSELSAG GREGATE 28372 TONS Official Statement of Largest Vessels Given Associated Press Telegram AuK Wants Weiiillilij licwjivd Assocblirl Vtcss TcleKramJ SAX AXTOXIO Texas Aug loe Krimmer of this city has filed Tile idea that it is cheaper to keep them in repair than to rebuilt tiiem entirely also The Americans favor an Amciicaii roar congress to meet annually n claim for of the JfiOOO reTEraMlftTIP iXP ward nnroreil fur llic apprehension of Of July 124 sail and steam vessels asjjrc JIUIH IUMOW Kitins 28372 tons were built in tinj rui IiourYrhe water went Unifcii Stales and officially number nls and he was drowned Krimmer claims lie advised De tective Carney to question Mrs Miicna of Hume Mo Oijlilrcii Drown CompmiiQii fAsocinlirl 1rcss TclcTim MASON CITY Children in play yeslevilny poured i j lot uf water down tho throat of j Italph 4 year old son of J of Calmar and the little fellow only into a SCHWAB TO ERECT ELUDING Wealltiy Brewer Has John Hberson Draw Phnj or AiagniliccQt Store and Flit Structure OP fIXKST IX CITV jidsiTH cornr Viiinru Will lie KiHliKon liiidiidnrAiiurinifiits Wliicli i In iKivnfinii in Ilnildins in lie Tlnvo Ktorics Ilifth Work wfllhuslii Monihiy on the n hiisiiiess and apariment building on Com street opposite the court house by Peter E Schwab sr The liuildlng will lift located next to his maijnili Mr Sctiwnh eiiyiiKeil Mr lohn lOdijison In well known architect to prepare plans and gave instructions to plan the linest building in the city1Mr Eberspn followed instruc tions and has prepared plans which when carried out will make an ideal structure The building will be three sfoites The lirst lloor ivill be occu pied by two elegant store rooms 1 ne store vestibules will be tile and the doors of hardwood The second lloor will 1m occupied by two extremely roomy Hats each with two bathsThe third lloor will be composed of eigh teen bachelor apartments apa1 incut containing private showei hath The building win he of concrete 11114 ccoriKn report issued today by s m nLiIT are the department of commerce and la suhstitntetl for opium Tiie tobacco hor The largest steel stcim vccl m tiived in China Cisarottes carried on mens hatka far into are the interior The prices arc high but the Chinese pay them IEBLANC AND AUBURN LEAD J Olcotf built at Ecorcsc Mich groes the Georgian built at Sparrows Point Jfd 6606 tons the Theodore H Wickwirc sr built it St Clnir Mich 6077 ton the Al legheny built at Wyindone Mich 1898 tons the Kl Sol 6008 tons arid tile Ruth 3102 toiij built at Xcnjiort s Va i mroLUUIEldll 1 m New York City deck department C Apnl 7 1903 He WM dischargedt1M torr July 19 1910 after having been found ucscriueti Jail gmlty of neglect of duty and mistai a la of qitSct and rctirin nicanor SO vPnrs Of oge She sa described Gallagher de bis discharge Gallagher lias hesn writing Ictcrs to the Mayor bave for theservants Gaynors resi more two years He ovidenily uttymjT s fts wftlfh lence m Rrooklyn is deserted this ills rnsiom o srooiil j m tcu III IS I it in MI 10 1 morning all members of the family cvcri it Itn oclock ami with the exception of Rufus Gaynor at Imlf past eight in the a son being at St James L I Rufus went over to the steamship to say goodbye to his father there ng or weeks however re tnorn JYIcKrjrri XAXCV leaner Aug flight was troni Troves to Xancy i SUPERIOR ORES FORM 89 PER CENT RepDrfs in Deiail on Oesfrucfive Schemes OAY MVI i oVK TO SIvXKX KAYS llpillhy Sonic The condition of Jacnii If Shollen liasBer who is at his home near Coilinsvillo became alarming ycster iay but was somewhat improved to1 iny Mis son Harry ShoHonbarsor of Ihe Miami Valley Hank visited him Ihis afternoon Must Keep AH Governors Hard at 1m portage of Various Sources The race between the leaders w in excising one Auburn started five iiiimitcs earlier than fclilanc and the1 nwii were vvitliiu siyht of cacti other ADIRONDACK It minii Jicrc IclilincVj IHCKI nurme ic swittcr anl he FMi I no Kfadnrslly merlianlcd tht other reach ins the goal thirty seconds licvl of lVireiSn on Orrs AMV apparent tnat he h nil beer out of work for i I Mrs Johnson said he iinrt not Dramatic Shooting saln ne nnci the shooting occurred under his regular hour cumstances most dramatic ir charac to JaTraraarss Mr J auoi bid him adieu on his trip abroad The oclock this morning purt o iiis room and his lindlndy llot to his rival Both men used and steered bv Ihcir positions from the had been placed on the church steeples m the villages over wimh they i and by the smoke oi bonfires over tticj run 1700 that marked tiic conrje country stretches ere crowds of passengers about on the deck with friends wav ing artieu from the pier The Mayors party had just formed a group preparatory to having their picture taken Suddenly a pan pushed through the throng from the rear He approached the Mayor without a word and began to fire The shots rang out in quick succession Instant ly there was the greatest excitement sna confusion Gaynor was seen to fall to the deck and a gushing wound told that he had been Int At the same moment Officer Fitz Geering one of the guards o the North German Lloyd line who was near sprang forward and dealt the as sajlant a blow on the head with his billy felling him to the deck where the officers quickly seized him He was turneayVer to the Hoboken police and taken at once to police headquarters In Use meantime intense excitement I she regardsc far mToiitio Meet he ho not active in politics HO inetids in the house ami his visitors irom outside Mrs Johnson de scribed as men of good appearance and address filliglirr Makes Confession The attempt to assassinate Mayor Oaynor has caused intense excite ment throughout Vew Vork Every where tlie news of the attempt on his life was recelv of profound regret was receive ttU cvWenc J v Physicians ivbo arc attending Oaynor sav hp is showing great Gallagher made a signed confes sion to the chief of police Holioken He said tnil knowing the Mayor was going to Kiirope to enjoy him self after depriving mo of my bread and Imitor not porterhousesteak r was irrilcd to the point of commit ting the act 1 dont lnow if I fired more than one shot or not and other rngngemems up Mayor IlothwcH the meeting of lie hoard of control for this afternoon was postponed until Thursday Thieves Break Into Jail and Steal 12 Barrels of Beer Ircss Tcttgram TOX Aug broke into the jai liore last night and stole twelve barrels of tied beer which had been calcd by the city antlioritis in Mtl IOMS Tons niiiinjr Vra iDonopltiics iliiMly In half of fin pinls rniiii Culm fAssocinlcd Press Tcltorini1 WASIUXKTOX Aug nA rent advance in iron ore production has been madn in the Mcsaba range in Minnesota whore the shipments iiavc iiiftcasccl from according to a report of tho gcolo cical survey on movement of Lake Superior iron ores The Lake Superior iron ores rep resent nhont eighty por cent of the total iron ore production of lie I The Adirondack region of York from whichthe Eastern furi naccs draw since it was opened qver 100 years ago about SO000000 tons There tlic hollsc t governors a lilind tiger raid This is the third time liquor coitiscatcd in raids and stored in in the jail lias been stolen ami Jfnsor Dcnnington today ordered lliit ill liquor confiscated in lure lie emptied in the suiter at v oncc Hecovered JVom Ivfiocts tAscciMcd Irers TcUenm J WASUIXGTOX Aug 9Flcas can liio in water from one to seven days but kerosene ami misciblc oil bisulfide of carbon hydrocyanic acid gas and snlpher dioxide are thick nnd effective in destroying them ac cording to the report of the public health service The invosTiiatian was made by Maurice 13 assistant in the plague laboratory it San Francisco who reports in detail on the technique of llea liillin Only fleas healthy enough to hop ihrntt freely arc experimented with mil no liens subjected to various Ifslniiitivp cdiimibs were regarded s ileall unless tho obiinrvation of icj JllUltltl iiMdjn terra eotta will adorn the entranceway Considerableattentidii has been paid to the color scheme rife store rooms will bo of white glaxed brick nid terra cotta and tHc second and third stories a natural grav stucco The buililing will befireproof It is the kind of a structure Ham ilton has long needed and is the first to contain exclusive inonts Kvorything connected with the building will be strictly modern and to date PASS ON KANSAS BANK8U4RANTVLAW Big Case Will be Decided by Supreme Court covered a onsiderWc noriod for many of them at first apparent ly killed recovered sunicicmly to psrform their duties including bit ing Associated Ttcss Telccram 1 Aug 9Ono of the first finestionson which the Su June Tax Distribution roiinly Aiiditir liratn irs rm piiKd lljJi scttlcineni A total of SS552JM24 uv will lie lUirilinlcd as follows CrriwfrVrs kv S20230l Ciiis Villay special nscsmcm log The cigarette lection nntninued to S7SS25 of the United stales will pans after it convenes in Oc tober will bo theapplieation for it to review the litigation in the Federal courts in Kansas over the constitutionality of the Kansas tank dnposilory guarantylaw olni exSenator Chosttr I Itmsr and otholawyers rcprcsMit If tno Abiicno National Uank and f 4 of Health tax col at for StitCS Circllit Coiirt t KaiiEas j r Pollock Iaw was nconsttu and void as herns in viola jtion oi the fourteenth amendment aiul as discriminating saillsi banks and their rmeieiicy The United Books May Cause Circiit court of appeals for eijhth ircuit reversed the lower court and held the law to be r WASHIXGTOX iff has proiliiceilittcorso has a big contract on his hands As the first secretary of the house of governors HJms fallen in his lot to keep peace and harmony among the various state governors imtiugiiirii ol tlle United States get them to 1700100 long tons which is the mecl oncc 1X car get them to do maximum quantity Imported in anv vo numerous other field supplying ore and luring last year Iho foreign iron ores imported one year Most of this was received at Xew York and Philadelphia Over onehalf of the imports wore from Cuba Kreiger Back At Work Councilman KarlcKricgcr lias re sumed his position in tlic Miami Val ley Bank after a very pleasant two weeks vacation something more than talk and make the organisation one of sonic value to tte country Tho house of gov ernors was started by Roosevelt when he was nrcsirtent He calcji a meet ing of governors to discnssqucsttans of national Importance ancl now tho house of governor has been or ganized with the intention of deal ing with conservation questions n tcrestate laws and other general government regulations v Death of Woman V Ill Aug iff 2t days in an effort to come minor digestive troubles Miss Unity Dale a music tcadicr lies at the point of death She is imablc to lake any nnurishniciit Theperusal of iiooks on health Iiygicnc caused Miss Dale to jry fasiing The theory followed by Miss DnKis ifot if 1ln OMC 4 has any trouble with tlic live system the only way licvc the trouble is to fast until there is craving for food It was only after twentyfive days out eating that she felt the ing for food 4 When she tried to cat it was discovered that her stomach long unaccustomed to food could not assimilnle what she tried lo take into her system fr The only way in which T mcnt can be given is by nibbing oil into her body tutional BENZING WILL HAVE BUNGALOW William BCIIZHIR of the Sterling I apcr Co has had John Ebersonthe nrclntect draw plans fora magnili cent but chiriclcristic western bting ilow it will be located in Prytania Avemie NATURAL UAS CONTRACTS HERE The Department of Public Safety today received contracts from Jhe Ohio Iucl Supply Co callitiif for the fnrmshjKff of natural gas lo Hamilton lor the next ten years The contracts and executed wcc diily signed YoushoVlflnt fall to cce what your favorite storo Is   

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