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Lima Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1906, Lima, Ohio FHE LIMA YOLUME TWENTY-TWO NUMBER 2U2. CABLE AND TKU5GKATH REPORT OP THK AJMOCIATKI> PRESS, RECEIVED OVER LEASED WIHB. THE TIMES-DEMOCRAT, OHIO, MONDAY, AUGUST HETJUNI Scene of Early Moroiog Tragedy. Man Pulled Revolver and Shot Four of Whom May Die. A PANIC BROKE OUT In Which Men Trampled on Women In Effort to Escape. PRICE TWO CENTS. SULTAN PASSED A GOOD NIGHT. 6wnivtth.ii to tubji.: Long Line of Police Along Ocean Front to Cap- ture Min. New York, Aug. Ocean! Walk, in the Bowery, at Coney I.sland was still crowded early thij, morning at unidentified man pulled a revolver tired two shots nvto the back of a waiter at Staui-lib' restaurant and then turned the weapon into the crowd am fired four times as quiclvlv as h cor.lii pull the trigger. Pour ptrsom were vvriihing with agony on the walk when the man lU-d toward the ocean, threatening persoi: who would pursue him The iiijsirtd, three- ot whom nui> die. ant: Thomas; 25 years old No. 213 east UUi street. Urooklv n shot in breast and side; may McDonald, Thomas, 19 years old No lOfl CennesK street, Newark, N. J shot in 'back; ma> die. Smith, Annie, 20 years, olri. N'n. Kelt font street, shot in thigh and .seriousl} wounded. White. George, 26 years of aKR, west 22nd and Railroad street, Coney Island, shot in back: may die. At the time of the shooting a ero'-'d was pouriug from the restaurant In ths throng were many women. At "swsixl of xhotfc -ami the scrwti of a woman witnessed too shoot- }Hjj. the broke in an directions. Ah they fled, the man turned the weuiion toward them, and as fast as he pull Use trigger, tired the leaden messengers into their backs As, shot after shot rang out ami the mr-a and women fell to the walks, a jiiinie broke out. Women were thrown to the walk ah men ran over them in an effort to reach a place- of safety. The stranger defied anjope to follow him He had the m his hand and laugh- nisb s.huiiied "Tin- m.in vvl.o l-.wr me l tt-iu kill No one tried to follow him. He Jumped over ,1 railing and disappeared. The cry arose from the throats of teu thousand pcopk- that the man must be lynched. The-y Uroke down ihe tenets, and over-runnine; the phy.si- ci.-tnjj whom the police had summoned. Down to (he s.uids, the direction assassin took, the crowd ran, am! every avenue of escape was clohel} fuuinleti The self-appointed leader of the crowd proposed tho man be lump ti'oni a pole. The already excited 'row-! acccpied the irtva with SdUbfar Aug. is stat- ed th.it iiu- bujuta pdibed d good nigh: "lid tint iiif condition this ojorniug is improved. His reluctance u> irt-dtment bas hitherto tie situation, bui one of the iMUiv doctors has Induced bmj to -allow employment of a simple ap- p'lance which gave immediate rehef. The doctor, in recognition of hU vires, has been promoted to tie rank u! general. LIVEty CH mva In New York Was Danger- ous Business For Day or So. Began Wilb the Opening of Traffic. Announcement of New York Jurist Caused a Panic on the Sabbath. CABS WERE STALLED A STAGE CARPENTER Attacked and Sliced With a Razor By a Man He Did Not Know. New York, AUK. a pas- senger on a trolley car proceeding along the Bowery early today, Preston Machney, 41 years old, a stage car- penter of I'itL.hiirR. was cut and badly wounded with a razor in ihe hands of While the Conductors Plead- ed For the Fares of Passengers. Thousands Thrown Off to Be Mangled and Bruised on Streets. a man who madu his escape. Mach- ney was accompanied by a woman who gave her name as Mary Cook, who recentlj came to New York from Pittsburg. Sln> fainted. Both the man and the woman were taicn to a hospital in an unconscious condition As Machney and the woman were boarding the car at Rivington street man struck Miit-chuey with a stick and knoccKed him ilnwn. Machney HCked himself up and was assisted i board the car. Soon after the Pitts- mrg man took his seat another man umped aboard the car und rushed at Machney with a rawr. Before any- 3 could interfere the assailant had slashed Machney twice with the aimost sevenUR the jugular ,-cin. After being Machney old the police he did not know the uime of either of his assailants. New York. Aug. 13 disturb- asccs on the Coney Island surface ears and electric trains, that Deputy Police Commissioner O'Ketfe and the Brooklyn police looked forward to yes- terday, because of Justice Gaynor's statement of Saturday lhat the Brook- lyn Rapid Transit company did not have a right to demand a double fare to the Uland, took piace on schedule They lasted from early morning un- til early today, when the overwrought nerves of the people permitted a panic, following a shooting affray in which four persons were dangerously injured by an unknown man who es- capexl. At daylight belated ones were still making their way to the city. More tliun a quarter of a million people started to Coney Island during the d.u and most of them there, but only after they had passed through s expericneces. And while this of >he far and did so iji u The ear then oroceeded after the pol-ev ordered the inolor- to gu uid not go t.-tr, howcVt-r. 150 Supi. Dow F. Smith, who had been am-sted tjrl> in tilt t-veaini; and was bailed waa sealed in automobile at the side or tiie tracks The moioroian stopped whets the ear got opposite Smith, asd the inspectors who had been thrown oS by the police hustled up and tossed women, children and men off in very lively manner. Commissioner O'Keefe and the po- lice had been devoting Their attention to the second car and di-1 not hear what was on in the first unUl the inspectors had it about emptied. The police ran up, but the work had been completed awl the motonnan had started his car toward Brooklyn in a hurry. The police managed to get all hands on tho second car and keep the inspectors off. Hut the crowd gradual- ly wearied out, made less resistance and finally the belated ones were glad to pay tho doable fare of ten cents ia order to to their homes. BODY FOUND NEAE SCENE OF FIGHT. Middlesboro, Ky., Aug. bodj of Abner Jones, who is said to have been one of the Frank Ball's supporters in the recent fight between 3all and the Kentucky officers, at se Hill, was found .yesterday near the spot where the fight occurred. THOUSAND IN JEWELS STOLEN. SHEEMAN AGAIN WITH PRESIDENT. Ojster Aug. K5 Presideiil Roosevelt wiil entertain hmchcci: oday Representauve James S Sher man, of New York, chairman of tin congrefsionul campaign wmmittee; Thco P. Shonts. chairniar if Ihe is'iiffiian canal eonimifesion nd B Rishuji, to anal cocmmission. The mits-f? ived on a morning train and will seveial hoiuv with the presi t-nt Before poine; to Sapramore Hill Ir. Sherman bis visit had to d cstordaj to Cbir.xgo. I tin of -ills arrival at bi, home was to hand titty bills hi., with the remark. "Ask no nuestions." Fr.ve was '.'A >enrs old "beu in- disnpenred Since thai flay no won] had been received fr-m him bis wife was roeognizeii .m Muht althouRh he was changed some wh.ii He said he made his money in Philippine IMniulK where lie re- lor Keveral years. His wisii that finestions be asked him reRanlltiK IMS A-amU-rings has been respec-teil he bus HMtloiI down at homo i-i HioiiKh nothlnK lintl happened. WILL START MONDAY. Sharon. Pa AUK of tin twenty hot nulls of the South Sharon piant of the American Sheet atid Tir company resumed nitration today af tor a long idleness. About 600 men are affected. The remaining ten mills it is said will start next Monday. LUNCHED WITH EMPEROR. Berlin, Aug. Nicholas' Murray Butler, of Columbia Univer t-ity, New York, ami Prof. John Wil ham Burgess, dean of tha" university lunched with Emperor Wil 11am at Cassol. WEATHER PINE FOR YACHTING Marblehenil, Mass, yachting weather prevailed this morn iii.c; for the trial races for the o: three American boats which are ti s-ail a like number of Germaii jarhts for Ihe iiossession of the Uoo.se veil cup. Kor tho first time m many Iho had completelj disappeared Mingled among the Koliooner-s Mean the racers of other and and M'Vi-ral old lay tlu bito-.t riratloiiK In tlu- small boat line There 17 in all K.trh had :i r-lutiby lltllc, a 20 foot mast and cockpit sufliclent t the grand finally amended August lo'ii formation of a natioual ijve asstmbiy ujmixuxj tatives of ali classes, rrotc tb.- pr downward. The the shah on state and isaj.nru :if- lairs. Justice will be admiuisu m accordance with the sacrtd Uw 1'he grand vizer is to draw up Use rulei of procedure for the abaeninly; and these aro to be by the ab- itself. WILL MEET IN JJMA Revolvers, were freely siwt guns and razors Of County Institute Large- ly Attended, Educators From a Distance Tlie firs; iiieps were uikcn in score? M" damage snii.s and the BrooKlvu llapid Transit company defied Deputy Ocmtnissioner O'Korfo. An army of iawvt-rs about the pointK TJT where passengers were put off and" the names of witnesses. As an outcome of the claj's doing, a commit- tee of citizens is beinp: formed in to enforce Justice Gajnors' tiling. A continuous riot was in pro- gress alons 'he mnin lines of traiel. Vs a lesult, two women were injured, me so seriously that she may ilie; an- s'her woman and a child came so near H-dih that hundreds! of onlookers turn- vl thrir faces awav in horror; in- inmerable were bruised and several were arrtsted on charges of issa.nl l Amonj? the ejected passengers was Mr Frank Color, ;.resident ot the Brooklyn borough. Mr. Color wint out after me of The "bouncers" had assaulted 'us wife by tnkinc hold of her arm Mr. Color then addressed the crowd ind told them noL to pny a second "nrc It was after this that ihe real rouble started, but what Mr. C'olor iad said was In no means the cause >f the disturbance that followed, for >o addressed only a few persons com- paratively. The police took an active hand In he trouble in the evcjiini; by arresl- UK two Rapid Transit sup- and three Inspectors and i motornian or two for nol mavinjt he cars. Block in 5 hifihvvays was :he Here to Instruct Pedagogues. iiuation M. F. Dunlap. Mr. Bryan's rejoinder says that no jne but himself ib responsible for the uformatinn contained in his, letter and that he had intended to ask Mr. Sullivan to resign before he should Mr. Dtiulap. Mr. Bryan added: "I entered into this contest because I believed Sullivan and John Hopkins bad deliberately rob- bfd the democrats of Illinois of their political right and 1 still believe so. "I cannot conceive of any plaus- ible defense which Mr. Sullivan can make for remaining on the national committee. If the body is unable to rid itself of the leadership of men Ilka SuHtvaa, who seek to control the party organisation in order to advance their corporate interests, it might as well dissolve. While I was anxious to give Sullivan a chance to retire without a fight, it is probably jus) as well that he refused, for if we must fisht to pnritj the party organ- Republican Congressional Convention Called For September 25th. TO NAME CANDIDATE For the Honor Which Is Sought By Hon. Wm. E. TouVelle, Dem. The republican congressional com- mittee, the Fourth district, met in St. Murjs, the home of its chairman, his afternoon at o'clock and fixed the time and place for the hold- ng of a congressional district con- ention for the purpose of nominat- ng a candidate to make tfce race for ongress against the democratic ominee, Hoo. Wm. E. TouVelle, ef Jelina. The committee decided that the convention should be called to meet in this city on the 25th day of September. The members of the congressional committee were all present at the meeting which was by Chairman John L. Sullivan, of St. Marys. The other mernbe rs are C. V Kumbaugn, of Allen county: Judge E S. Younger, of Celina; John S. Fox. of Greenville, and Dr. J. W. C. Har- of Auna Statiom, committee selected. Senator O. E. Harrison, of Greenville, for tem- porary chairman and E. "H. Chapman. At 12.10 o'clock this morning po- 'iee activity took on n still more ao- ive form when ears eomlnp from tho hland, on tho Culver route, were halt- il at Avenue F nnd Grasnn avenui- ind the conductors started in to rol- Wt Ihe second fare Inspector Grant, Depnlj Police Commissioner O'Keefe ind sever.il lirooklyn Rnpld Transit nspertorh were pithored at this nolii; Severn! passengers refused to pnv tho fare and the inspector piled the and began to dra.c; them off IVpntv Commissioner O'Keefe Rave inters to the policemen to throw the THE AUDITORIUM Of High School Building Are Gathered Allen Coun- ty Teachers. Fortieth Annual Session Promises Week of Great Benefits. jzation, the sooner it begins the bet- ter Tho statement adds an expression of confidence and approval of the work of the Majority Rule League and of Messrs. Dunlap, Rainey, Xel- --on and Thompson. The controversy between Mr. 3o -in and Mr. Suilir.in grows out of iuv >eats in the national democratic comennon at Si Louis in j when against the protect of Mr. Bryan, the Illinois delegation led Mr-ssrf. Hopkins, and Sullivan vas s-eati-d Hods life of fell KQDWD Traveling Nan. Willard M. Price Dies at His Late Home After a Long Uness. GEO. B. HA2PER DEAD. Funerals of Both the Deceas- ed Citizens to Be Held On Wednesday. Death Also Saddens the Home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Nelson. Willard M. Price', a well-known vet- eran traveling salesman and citizen of Marvt street, this city, died at his late home at o'clock last night, his death resulting frutu tuher- after an illness of tight months duration. The deceased was born in Gas roll county, Ohio, and lived to the age of iS yean., 1 month and 12 He had been a resident of Lima for many and was a good and respected citizen, friend and neighbor. He N survived hy his mother, wife, one ot Slereer, y for temporary of the convention which wiil meet here. and one bon. One brother, Loron Price, formerly of this city and now of New Hagersumu. O, also sur- vives him. The funeral will be held from the la'e residence of the deceased, at 674 west Market .street, next Wednesday morning at lo o'clock. The funeral -ibsequies will be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Anderson, of Ct-lina, and the remains will be consigned to a resting place in Y.'oodlawu cemeteiv. PERSONAL MENTION. he opening hour of the fortieth ession 01 '.In- Allen Teachers' Institute found a large at- tendance present in the High school auditorium, when llu1 meeting Witt, convened by President J. T. Comer, ot Bcaverdam. The following distinguished srt in.stnictors and lectururb are here the week's work: Prof. P. I. Tusking....... Chicaeo, 111 Prof. T. ...Columbus dove Chas L. FCSJJ..................Lima John Davi-son............l.nn.i PITS. C. C. Miller................Liin.i Howard 10. C. Akf-rman..............Hlufilon Hou R A Jones, .........Ctilunibu.s Siipl. John M Davlson m.ide an THIRTEEN MEN UNDER ARREST. Washington, Aug. Magoon, o? Panama advised the state department today of the arrest of thirteen men on the isthmus .charged plotting to Kill President Ama- dor and overthrow the republic. The I'ispacth -M-iti's that eleven of tho iiii-n itic' the Colombians, one is a MrMean and the otner a Xicaraguaii. All of the men arc- in jail and Gover- no] Magoon tlie ineidcut caused but little exi i.i'inent on the isthmus and th.u there is no suspicion that it'iv o! the mi.li are in the employ of uihei governments. SHORT GOOD SUM. Birmingham, Ala., Aug. Df'fic'als of the First National Bank to- day announced that Alex R. Chisolm, Ipsying teller of that bank is short in his accounts. As Chisolm bonded for the loss to tho ibank will be reduced to SWEPTHreBUGGY DOWN THE STREAM. opening iiddros.s In welcouu- iho visiting If-nrhers from ovtr tin- eounl.v, and the tirxt work of the ilav w.is flirhmond, Va., Aug. Daniel F. ,1111 niber of the faculty and college phv.Mi'i.iu of the Randolph- Muron .it Ashland, Va., drowned MI Stakk creek, fom miles liom then.- M sli-rday afteinoon while luken up in introdiirtorv loiuaiKs b> hlh lo !l ''harity visit loan Profs, negg and Tiitwlris. Al the at' ncurn p-ititnt High water .sweiit ernoon session lectures wore bemui the Ktceani. The dor- Tonight al S Prof lu'1 tl1'1 WMS llir" Newcomer give an Wllh llV ''Is father entertainment lo which the public .it 'nl overli.uiRinK tree large Is cordially invited. The Institute will hold hlona daily until Friday throe s afternoon, BULLETIN St. Petersburg, Aug. 13.- which Is sol apart for lectures b> Prof three policemen were ntgh< Mrs. Wm. Lichtenstadt r, accom- panied by Mrs. Schwint. oO the Palace of Fashion, hiss gone to Nev< York ana to other Eastern millinery markets to place her order for autumn millinery. Lew Arnold, of Alexander's bar- ber shop, has gone to his old home at Vt'ooster, O., to siiend a week's vacation. Miss Laura Fiddler, o Ohio, is the guest ot" Mr Orestlme, and Mrs. Geo ?isher, of east Market. C E. Dinsmore, of the Bank barbel stop, has gone on an extended Western trip to escape his annual at- tack of hay fever. The coming marriage of Henry R. Gaidner and Miss Rose Laurber was announced by the pastor at St. Rose- church jesterday. Freight Agent O. H, O'Dell, of the C. H. t spent Sunday in Toledo. Mrs. Edward Ledger and children, of north Elizabeth street, spent Sun- day in Toledo. J. Rowlands has returned from trip up the St. Lawrence to the Thousand Islands, Boston, New York and other Eastern places of note. Mrs. Wm. Connair and daughter, Anna, of north West street, will cave in the morning for a month's with relatives in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. M. O'Brien and daughter, Mary of Ft, Wayne, Ind., arc her sifter, Mrs. M. Kearns, of west Haller. Miss Fannie Law lor has gone to Rome cily a vi.-.il. Miss Lillian HseHehy, of New York is visiting Mrs. T. A. Collins. Geo Borelli, of Marseilles. who is here on a visit to his brother, F. BBorelli, left today for a trip to To- ledo and Detroit. Henry Hemple, of Master Mechanic Ilinrklej's office, is spending his vaca- tion at Indian River, Mich. Frank Simons, of Lewiston, His., is t'oro visiting his father, Adnm Simons of east Kihby street. Mr. Fred Closser is bark from a visit to the Canadian oil fields. James fjuneheon was here this mornmr: form the Illinois oil fields. Mrs Samuel Ixiwman, of west Mar- ket street, Is a patient In Ihe Sani- tarium on south Main street. Miss Kdna Tliirton and sister, Dor- George B. Harper Dead. "Georqe B. Haiper. anoslser fcnown citizen of this city, died quite sundenly at bis home, 210 north street, at o'clock last evening. Mr. Harper been in poor health for a year or sore, and his condition had assumed a somewhat serious phase during the jjasi two weeks, bir his death, as it did, from apoplexy, waa quite sudden. Deceased was born ia Seneca county, Ohio, and to rhe age Of 45 jears and one nonth. He was a citizen of Lhaa for i considerable number of years, and" for some time prior to his loss of health he was employed as nn at the water workb pump sta'ion. He is survived by his one sister, Miss Lillie of this city; two brothers, Frank, of this city, and Edward Harper, of San Fran- cisco. The funeral will be heln from the latt residence of the deceased at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and in- terment will be made in Woodlawn. cemetery Rose Emily Nelson. The home of Mr. -and Mrs. F. H. Nelson, at 718 east Market street, was saddened by death's han.i yesterdav morning when their daughter, Rose Emily, aged 2 months and T7 days, passed away, her death being due to stomach trouble, after one week's ill- ness. Funeral services were held over the remains at 4 o'clock this afternoon and interment was made in Woofllawn cemetery. MILK SOURS. As usual in midsummer State Food Commissioner Ankeney is having trouble with milk dealers. The hnt weather sours milk so quickly t'.iat dealers are strongly tempted to use preservatives that are prohibited by law, in ordei- to save themselves fr.jni loss. Many do not use the pre- servatives supply milk that, if It is not already sour when delivered, soon becomes sn. Either condition brings; complaints The latest collection of samples t.iken by Mr. Aiilieney.s' inspectors indicate that on (lie whole tho worst milk ir: the stnto is furnished to the people of Cincinnati. The .-.Umlurd of quality- is generally Inw there for some rervMin. Thero has been much complaint In Lima among housewives, but dealers claim they can nit defeat the weattuv conditions. Bushncll Road Not Sold. Springfield, Ohio, AiiRiiHt 11- A i olhy. are visiting: their Mstor Mrs. Dr. was, rlrcuhited today here Ih.u Hennett nnd their aunt, Mrs. Walter Jthe Troy nnd I'lqna Ttu- Watt, in Cleveland. tlnn ]inCi ownw, of (ho Mr. and TL and late Onoral A S HushncH. murdered in nnd Prof. Ti-sslng, followed Petersburg, one in Moscow and j sons rtiirned last night from a visit'sold. Manager Fred Gveeii denies; (he the annual election of officers. ithree m Kazan. [with D. B. Jones nnd. family of Toledo. i has h IU e-n -.1 ,A vS w i I
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