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   Lima Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lima, Ohio                               I News Want Ads. Bring; quick returns be- cause this paper has quantity aud quality in circulation. News. THE WEATHER Vol. No 1 OHM. :to, FOiJB WEEKS Eta. By President Roosevelt at Indianapolis This Afternoon-Thou- sands Gathered TO WEAK THE PRESIDENT SPEAK AS A FART OF XHE ME- MORIAL HAt Special to the Lima Dully NEWS. Indianapolis, May 30. Thousands gathered here today to hear Presi- dent RooSe.vHt speak as a part of the Memorial .Day exercises. Thu chief executive arrived al o'- clock this morning and was driven to Vice Presideat Fairbank's borne. where ho wiil be entlTtstitHKl during hi.-; TlK- President will be well jpjiirdi.'d. Following big parade Hftenuxm itu- monument to Gen- eral L.t.wion ou 1he. I'ourt pinsa was At the conehisioD of the ceremony the President delivervil the following address; For More t-hati owe mvson I am pe- culiarly glad that tliis yew 1 speak on Memorial day Of Gould Is Ready BUT HE WILL XOT FU-K'A.-OOCX-- TKR THAT HIS WIFE INWMiKD IX LIBATIOCS. t Kit in the slate of itul- rtlf-re it: no other class of our citizens to whom we owe so much as lo oir great war. To them is Jo perform one !Vat. with which no feat can be compared, for to them it was given to preserve the rriion More- over, you Jiien who wore th blessed beyond the victors in any- other war of recent times, 10 votir countrymeu more than tlu- materia! results of the triumph, even tho achi-ivins of the tri umph itself. You have left a eiuin- try so genuinely united that of us, now. in whatever pan of the iiiori we live, huve n right 10 the keenest (iritle. not only in ihe valor aud sell o; of the iniit uien who won- the blue, tui. al- so in iht- valor and self-devotion of your gallant opponents who wore the gray. The hero whose monument today unveil, hy his life bore singular tw.iimony in ihe complete- ness of the reunion. Genera! l.aw- ion in his youth fought gallantly in ihe Civil Thirty-ihree years afterward he again matched to w'ar. this time agilimt a- forciKu foe. and served with distuiKui.-ihed ability and suvWRR as a gene-nil offlp-'-r. noth in and ihe I'htlipplnes. Indiana in The Civil War furnished even more than her of bruve soldiers. It also fell to Indiana to furnish Hie ftreal eat of all war gov- ernors, who upheld the hands of Ahniham Lincoln, for when history definitely awards tho credit for what done in the Civil she will put the services of no other, save' alone those of Uincoin, ahead of services of Governor Morton. The men of the gem-raMon which fought tlu- Civil War had their tasUs to perform. They met .is st.font; nii'n should have met They did them ntid we. their .n. profit hy their lln; no nenenition e1 Ihe deeds of their rs ns ,'in exriise for failing perform its own duties. Gient si.'i'iitl inrtnstvlul proh- leniB confriinl nie, and tht'ir suintlon demands on our part iinfaliiTim nred self-ivstniim. One pifiWem thai we. luivt hefore n-11 hi to the of property, iind these can only preserved if we remember that the> are in less', jeopardy from the social 1st ;md tlie anarchist than from tlu predatorv man of wealth. It has In- come evident that to refuse lo In the power of the nation to re strain Hie w rones committed hy man of great wealth, who does evil in not only to neglect the interests o tho pnhlic, hnl to neptect the Inter of the of means who set honoralih hy his fellows. The powe of the nation must he exerted to crimes of c-nnninfi tio less thai crimes of violence. There can be no halt In the course we trive deliherat ly i-lecti'd to pursue, Ihe policy of asserting the ripht of iiMiion, s-o   tnornhiK and will die the result of n Kaxolino ttove enploxlon. Her hnslianil. had ly crippled with r'uMimnUsni, wns by neighbors. Pftial to ihft Lima Daily XEWS. York. May 30......Howard answer to his wife's suit for Ilnilttf4 divorce is ready M filed. It was annx-unced on authority from Mr. Gouul's side totliiv that one of the counter allegations made in the pa- reply lo the of Mrs. Gould, is that the- cause of the- sepa- ration was mainly a propensity of Mrs. Gould for strong 'It was taiii rurthei- that Mr. Oonld'.i reply SfOes int'i> details in thi.-s niatter and of Nfr. (Jould having remon- strated wish his wife, aud finally of having given tho option of either giving np liquor or giving np Him. It: was announced today that Mr. Gould would file lio counter suit, De Laneey Nicoll said: "1 am1 not at liberty to divnlge. the amount of the sum demanded by Mrs. Gould, I suliinifted her proposition to Mr. GoiiHI. He said it preposterous, and he would not entertain it for a moment. That was the last effort made hy Mrs. Gould's attorney to pet a money settlement out of my client." Postmaster Wiik-ox is indignant over the charges of Mrs. Gould and her attorney that of Mrs. Gould's letters was stolen. "Their attitude in this matter has placed my tlenartraent in a very etn- barmsiting position." said Mr, Will- vox. 'Uniil they sr.a-ke ;v formai com- nlaint 10 tills department 1 do not feol called upon to an gaiifiii'. 1 not believe a ieitfr ad- dressed- 10 Mrs. Cr'Vtild stolen IKfcJtrt JB t-rili'tlldy Of tllP dflice J'Separnneni." plead Have Won Their Fight SETTIjEMEXT WAS I'KAC'-TlCAIjLV AGRKKb I'POX AT (ONFKK- KXCE OF INTERESTED PAK- THIS MORMXO. to the Lima Daily NK.WS. New York. May is lint the Kirllilug .otigshoremen have won tlu-ir tiijlit. The liusis for the was agreed ipon iii a conference of the parties n it-yen.! ed ihis morning. rrnAN STRIKE Special to the Lima NEWS. Cuba, May strike hore was settle.) on ;i basis of ,u- honrji a dav this f State Association of Checker Players CON VKXKO IX TlftS CITY THIS AKTERXOON IX SEMI-ANNUAL SKSSJOX. This Afternoon, EvcuUig and Tomorrow To Decide the Cham- 1 iouship of Ohio. Speeini in iii'- i-ini N This is a pliolourajili Jtrs. .lames Is. 1 'omits, >liss Si. .loyce, 11 I'hiladelpliia tn-lle. liieuti'iiant It. I'. S. V., iu :in itpiimi! fount! her ItiHl been ordered Its the I'nit Mu t- formerly wiUTied to tu'Hiit, when she PLUNGING I'irK WITTKi) OKXI LV SVVKS QIKKV MI is. :KAL itAnK- MAI i> n and President Fal- in another carriage, wroiu; ami they They're off. Fiends of thn checker .board are moving lively this afternoon with some of the strongest players in the Jtati' after the highest honor. A very lively scene, -was presented at the assembly room of the oonrf. house this afternoon when Dr. A, Swan, of Lima, President of the Ohio Association of checker players, called the senii-annna! inoeting to order, with A. Burkharrti, of Criders- villfc. acting :IL: r.ecreiary. The contest is to decide the ciia ronship of Ohio. This honor is at i-iie- present time and has for the two years, been held by C. C. Clark, of Colnmbus, who is after the honor again, this year. Or. S. D. Logan. a former champion, of Middietown, is also and is in the running. A Mr. Kennedy, of Cleveland, !s pftinUsi out as-the iirobahle winnt-i of Muv wresent cotttost. which Lie foncinded umil sotuei.ime to- morrow. The attondance is larger than ai any pn vious checker contest held in ite state. 11. O. Dtirsey, of Find lay, repre- litiiiR a. number of jcur- is present, from Kludlay. Frank M. Bfll, of Lima, was ap- pointed official scorer. As ihe NEWS to press the preliminary contests are hiring play- and the winners In theso will be selecu-d for the finals. Being Held by Supt. Gordon, OF THK r.. II. MITTKKS HK I'TOHS WITH COM- Till: Hi nt; Haakou Throws Off Coat and Hut Rr-atly To Plunge Into Stream If Such Art Is Xecrswiry. i Special lo ilu'_Linut n.iily NKVVrf. I'aiiK. May alarming ac- ciiifiit nnirii.-u tne visit kon and Queen Maiid or Norway :it Versailles yesn-r.-lay. Their niajestii's were aoconipaniod hy President and Mine. KaJllcres. Queen Maud. .Mine. and Michel were in one landau drawn by fotir lllllsirs. Mir low. ni'irrow hrids'e in the park thai lead-; over La Ke Marie Ant, to the the Petit Iruinon. the horses sinhlenlv became and comnu'iiced I'nrionsly. The lin'tK-i' without' rails, low stone their place. told. Kius liercf.-j who wcr. vilat. I-pon perceiviiifi the danger the Kins threw oil' his hat and and was to leap into the water but Ihis was not not hurt, agituii'd and tier- r initlei1 the hri.lge is not. aj.'.o.ms rode in and pulled One of Ihe ,s broken and was at rVVAHIWJA (J. P. OECLARRS HILL T.U Spe-.-.ial to Ihe Lima, Daily NRWS. day Ue.pnb- AXOTHKR Ol'TRAGB XKAR STAFVKLUT OIRtj WAh KMIM.OVKH TIIK SYSTKM IX TO A SATISK.HTOHV WA4JK II. nperlntendenJ Cordon, of (he C ami is holding dally confei'en ci with a committee ti-prostentliiK the coiiihiclors employeil on ihe roud in an effort to npree upon ft s.itlsfac- tor.v waKe wale. The conductors are ursine; an Increase of 7 cent. It is hellevi'd I hut an agreement will reached In few days. l-'irsl nne hori and Ihe conAinned lli'l i  den I Ullil elT-ec1 eli'ciin.c M iiuin. chairniarii I'rice, This or N a vy. himself with tliv committei for presi- AeCUtlVt.) Taft d a ion, H.iker, a. business in place of ,'lohn H. tempor- ax It nr! on cx- hlirhlj endorsement sent! nnanf- inilnll lee is said. to know that, flu united siip- .ililii an U-ailei's hen extent, this ted. oC course. Ken- larceny last if 00.1 seven arrested toda'y AXO SAVRU FROM MOli. to tlif. Daily NEWS. Spcrlal to the Lima Daily NEWS. Berlin, May on th e same when an heir born to Kiug Alfonso of Spain, son of Al phonso's sister, friucess >Iaria, of liavjiriu, was eliristeued at Munich. The who was Iwrn Xo vemlM-r 12, 1882, married iu January lOOti, and is herV slunvu uitli her husband, and hulding in her jtrtua bur son and heir. The photograph sljous sht; reseiubles hrotlirr, the King ol the prisoner. With diffle'alty the of- ficer landed his man In jail. The prisoner gave his name as Leon Graham and said he lived in Brooklyn. He gave his ase. as 3? years, but looked older. He denied having been in the "neighborhood when Amelia Staffeldt was murdered. GET TOGETHER HI OIL GATES AXO I'lERce TO MARK THINGS ISTERRSTrXG FOR STANDARD OIL COMPAXV. Special to the Uma Daily NEWS. Kansas City, Me., May 30. A .friend of H. Clay Pierce is authority for the statement that the oil mag- nate is delighted with the result ot the oil investigation by Attorney freneral H.idley, which -nil! undoubt- edly result, in Standard, the Kerce and the Republic oil com- panies bidng ousted from doing busi- in Missouri, is planning, his friends declare, to enter the tieW against the just as siHin as the Missouri decision is handed down. The personal friendship wbiiih has long existed between Pierce and John Gates, together with the New York, assault on Corona, L, I., 'he suspicion might not. of ;to. An attempt- a live-year-old Kirl in yesterday gave rise to that Henry Becke. u'ler all. have heeti the Amelia Staffehlt, the fuct that, CSa1.es has recently pur- chased leases on thousands of acres of oil lands in Indian territory, that. both, have recently "trimmed" by the Standard OH crowd, lends color to the stoVy, Jt is said that the continued agi- tation agaJust the Standard through- out the country Pierce that an independent company would be welcomed by the people at and he and Gates have been, np the company -deal for several months. The plans of the Giues-Picrce icomhiiiiit ion include a pipe line to ihe gull a.s well as -the placing or, the market, of refined product to with the Standard in every de- partment of (IK sisantit'. field. home he stopped over night in To- ledo. He stayed In a. boarding house and another wan was nut in his id. When McNamara arose ia morning his bedfellow was so was McXamara's mone.y, and hii- ticket. He was directed to the infirmary in the afternoon and met Hoilowar. MeNamva started to tell his story, when he saw a G-raed Army, button oa the lapel of Hol'.oway's coat. He hesitatAd and Hclloway, noticiug wuere uis eyes were direct- ed, asked: i "Are you a answered j.lcNamara, "but I on the other side." bur that's all past and laughed Kolloway, as he tended his hand, "We are lug the same flag now." iu a few- inoroenEs money andt transportation were, haaded over ta the Conffderale veteran. A few mo- ments" talk elicited tlie i'aet that they had been peraoual. at Gettysburg; as Mcivamara. waa one. of the charge and Holloway la a regiment that took the charge. After they had compared notes, and train time drew near, McNamara, with broken voice, grasped the hand of Hoiloway, aud remarked: tne that flower ou your coat and when 1 am in Cincinnati tomor- row I will lay on the grave of somi; boy who the blue." Aad as the of the valley eluiiigetl ownership, there the firtii pres- of two hands, a farewell that iiiuant sotnirthing and a union of veo- erans on the clay before Memorial1 Day. Special to the Lima Daily NEWS. Stenbenville. May William Manos, a nejrro uiiter, after a dispute with Pit Boss James Gray at the mines, ii is alleged, who also as- saulted him, two hundred and fifty; miners there are ont on a strike. and efforts to get them ro return to-' dav were fruit less. Poptoria, Ohio, May Adams, of was Herionslyj' injured by a runaway here today. Kirl who was found slain iu field almost a week The culprit in yesterday's outrage w.'is arrested and he answers fairly well tho description Riven of the man seen running' away in the cah- patch adjoiniiipr the lot. in which the Rtalfehlt girl wns mnrdor- ed ahnnt ihe lime the girl Is believ- ed lo have been killed. The itcene uC iht' Stafi'eldt iragedy is not far distant, from the place where yesterday's assault occurred. The victim yesterday Marie I..IH the dunjthter of John Luck, of Corona. The child was playitiK near her father's house wln-n a roncli look Ins yonnR man approach- ed her and suddenly peizint: her around ihe waist threw her to the ground. The child screamed In terror and her cries were heard hy her fntlier who ran to her aid. On seeing htm approach the mun took to his heels Kill her (Jives 'Alter carrying his chiiii to the house MICK mounted a horse nut! joined hy a police officer and wevera' TuMghnors pursued the iiswailanl, who captured after a chase of a and n half. When ihe man was cornereif1 In wiis set upon by the fanners. The policetniin drew his revolver however, and threntened to shoo the lint mar) Uid tunds upon The Veteran Sought id, AK AM) THK WARUIOKS, WHO H Al> KOI n OTIU.K iv XHK CIVIL STHIFK, I'NITKO. Special if) Ihe l.lma ll.iily -On, Ohio. May SO. With hands firnil.i and evt's with teurs. two vet. -rans syniiiollZ'-tl the union of the nation better thnn anything else could have done. (leorco Hollowny the Inlirnijuy wan the 1'n ion vciirjiri, and MCNatnura. oi riinineniine. I, a., was the Conft-rter ate veteran. is ?'i, hut l.t en friend-; in IK-trolt nlnrniiiK In tht- Mma Dully NBWS. Jeanne   

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