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   Piqua Daily Call, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1908, Piqua, Ohio                                p WEATHER INDICATION Fair Tonight Showers Sun day CALL gm Want Ad O7 Phones BOTH Your VOL XXY PIQUB OHIO SATURDAY MAY 23 1908 No 197 Monument to His Memory in Wade Park Cleve land is Dedicated PROMINENT DKYEIL HAHHA MONUMENT TODAY Among Those Present Eulogy by John W Griggs Former Attorney General Clcvilnntl O May Ihu pros cnco nf an opMrmou1 rrowd tho mon uineal cicfKd In University circle at AViUie to the iiuinory of the Senator M circus A Hanna of Ohio was dudiraioil President Charles Vi Fairbanks was president of the day and John W Griggs former attorney gonnral of tbe United was orator of tlio day Olhor distin guiphfd pnvHoiiK prcsont were SRCTO Iriry of William Ii Taft Beiuilor Cliarlorf Dick Keurelary ul the TrcaK Ury tovUlyou fun tier lovcnior ily on T Iknick of Uie hoard ot trus of the Haima Monument cialion which organization inude the erection of the memorial a inauer of genoirniK public intcivsl ami other A invi tation bad been cxlondiil to bo pub li tri I iuiHhxds of Hannns former biisimss und nssntialcs sveve iiinont I hose vho vrii iiCKsed the CLicjnonicy whidi btniple and yd The slatuc of trjiiatov llannn cist is of bronze cast by UK Hotirylioiitiard company uf Now YoiEt anil tho total height of tbe fiturn from tlio plinth to the lop is oijiht frrt Tbn liodcslal is of polished granile frmn Stony Crook fonn Tho statue by tbo cm in out sculptor Si Jaudons and is iuioi as one of bis last rornmissinns A plateau tijun forinotUorlbe siic fit by bnihliac TL retaining wall aroiuul ihrec of il for f h dedicaLion wero nuide by the cxncn tivo connniueo tho M A Hanna Jlemoriul ussodiiilnn of which Sam uel Mather was chairman Money fnr the memorial was raised Uy popular cubncription Thp cxorcEsps oncnod aftii I in ho presence of nu eitnniinus crowd In addition to UK ttieicwas TO LOSE LAMPHERE National House Passes Campaign Publicity Bill With a Rider AN AJENDMT Offered by Crum packer Provides For Reduced Representation ForStates Disfranchising Voters BE IS AFTER HE RAILROAD TRUST MARCUS A IIANNA ent fo Ins inpoinfnvnl n oal in bo seriate or tlio tatPFHero was a now anil but hero Hio nd jiliility of tbo man broiiLh liiii to tin frnsit Tn tln liniy viioio 111 d inlliio y of IOIIR ifnoilion JOHN w Voimrr Allirtioy cnruit music a IVatnin lf whir wns i Inrendition of a rlioiiis by Sinfiorfl rliih 00 mnnltrrs iiiff A nioiIcsL military ivas in rittoiidnnce lo serve us u of lionnr nl the inonumnnt Mrs Rut llaima MrCoriuick mri Mrs Mihp 11 anna 1ai nns inivfnlnl tln ni short hill uilHcipriiilr forme w is ril due nl as I he day Mi1 Ii iu L iriliiili in UKacliien niiiils of tiv In part h itiniis is rornni iiiiliif aiui vitimnt n nllol i tho ibat spiiulini th1 yorits uf bis lifo dnwi u tlio y o ii hnsincRs jiiuiiis limit ny rnnsiiioiians pavl icipai i ui pol itionl bo rimvod at cif p to tho YOI y frant of ho I ion tn whirii bo and borjinn wiihniit flissonl or coiidadiclimi iis loador A n I such a Icicli Huw be was bow in bis fudiistiy how Hvre nadirrr yd hnw firm and consistent bow winning ntil roririliatovy how patidM fnr He was ji party irnii HO lit1 valuo mil pottiicv o tradirioiiiil biHefV in polllical oiian qnile as much as in ivllglcius denominations His tralninj in busi ness bad tai ib 1 Use valnr of cinnltc md thorough preparation for political contCvSts the sirvicu hip Kenntor cnsily naiiiralLy uid al was into th1 ILy irtti1 c i cu of Hcitiljriiil And l his not by nf grent pnHici inUierce ho at his comrBmi not 1pcnne lie he nearest frioml of the nit lienuipf hir tHIons wore fl iiul imiiii hy oii sent ho ol Onco man his u iheriiniiri iy Though entirely untrained rul incxiorieiUMcI ns a public r he nmry became nuw of Ih find tiator Jhnir luinsclf in Ihrtl art lov lianna thu IKSJ lclitUr in the rnr this rnrrtvsfiil man jf Inirl ibis prljr joil irriiSnr this t vas not sMiftini wilii mrnr IPr nf service MMfJitcd to fellow HTJ indu jaf world Y M C A Secretary De clines lo Assume Respon sibility For Which He Was Chosen Washington May the Cnunjmcker amendment hart om hnilipil in the1 publicity lull it was parsed in the house oT rnn by a vote nf ICO tu fol lowing a lively Uhnlci The measure WHS brought up smpension of tlin rules ami 10 jiiinuUS weru aHovveil in whuh lj Uscnss it The sunthurti inprntjiTs in punjculnr bluer in fliiir dcmnicmtioJi ef the juiiil provision nf Hie hill Mr Wil linnis the minority leader espe cially vigorous in his iho hill K an ailciupl o of rvennsl ruc tion tlnyn A Her tlif CruinjipclvsL titncrifluiout tlic DTiincruts vntid ihp hill in im ejuirety In Infrf provision imblif ily of is mad lo tlio national a mi l iu oatn fomriiittteK o ail political par tics and all cnnni lit fens assoi in linns or linll ia 1 wo or more Flairs inliiirncn UKrosiilt nr iittonipT to inliuncc tho result of an election nt whicli in congress are to he electod The videi the IT ciKei ment of rertain ForlioiiH uf the lti federal eloetinn hiw except Hat the idea of tho unact ed Koice bill authnrizingr Ihc use ol troops at lie Mills eliniinateil It also provides that lie director of tins census shall snlimlt to congress a re inrt of popnlalinu who wins Ilin mini her of male while and hlneU in oach and the nnnilHT clnsed for tlio imrpopn1 of rnahlini to ascorfain the nteni in repiesenlatioii to whkli yucli states may he catitlcd C1 e vo I an cl O A i n y 2 list v h n u scomcfl R Kmrllin who hud Ivrcn tipon IKiho i Siiul ariUralor annonur thai h would iol serve ami TUP Tisk rf third inivi fnr ihi IUTT hi jnni uvcr apain aldt rator 10 reinPint the Kirikers r i ih Miiniripa coriiiany had ensiiy Sfertcc Thon cnmn tiM of ilpnidir th1 third man RSiirTiiff wan anil rtrHhniL The task In ponif am in iho meantime A irk Iltim ihe iliinl nrhi mily injnt in tlie crni Iruvcrsy VLIS an as lo 1 he ret arni LK to v a n a itiisi ico jieTidiiu lli final of thr nf Il t sihiit Dnprnt rf TiacEinn ronipjiny saif ATTEND UNVEILING Locomotive Engineers Go to Cleve land In a Body nnlnnitius O May Delegates rnnl in allOTnhiiicr1 al thn inter national ronvcnliou of hnoniol e r ilie ininihcr of o mi n ppetijil in tend the nnveiiiriq of the Htiiiin r ATTORNEY GENERAL BONAPARTE CA8HOT AGREE iH OF BISHOPS Balloting and Announcing Results Consume Much Time in Baltimore Con ference iiiy Ursine Cliirf iinir inc of tbo speiU morial iu rou H Kt crs at II 11 Shay of Clovoarid wns re elociod sncreciry of tho Ilnsiiieors Mutual associa tion for a of four Amos lloolor of Kansas City was virt prosEbiiii for l uo yesirn Tbo rip ii I 1 I I L I I L XI I I n i1 ll ra T HHV Thr stir l aw ill IHSlSl lOn 11lP R conlliris an tin ns nly nfv iiftyrolls the and ali rjis lAs ind misery dial frcrn iiieLe o help vrhiil vv wiiii ilny in labor lo fil i to our in slinw to Ihoro vIm aro charueil wilh Ihc of iho nr a clfii nin li WMV In srifTr rir difr1 n Tn ihi vfr nf tJitrvic fdiitiiin Iuav Ills firin nioniy ih fif il III r liOii nllowid ttiin Hie nv if ii takxn back as only rifv iron un uss Ills prnsrnt Clispnyos am ori to duui1 i sicp buck to plHco for tho Ihuo iim uniiji that ibo old nim bt tfiviii iilncns At Ibis point Klrny M Avoiy bo nriiidaior polrntod to rrp iosut tho union iriok n bund nui 1 i ciiiain i rm point bo IFt 10 ilie boa fi of arbitral ion Tis i to tho nnicm and diis onii it njit11 nuulr In Priiiiridii in n cnnnnt llio ton Vr v is sorn nild nn iiir fatnof it the plan Tlio success of his for tlic nomination and olocllon of llrlli lin r nmny Tlnst ff van hr lsi in t r jxrVT WHS li o i nniin rn I cxin ria i ti i niji the sina T iv i aiii mid In slanderr ti liflicvf ill ITiil Ihe of Iriif ami rolif liJaei Tiiey did Tlif hiii ii Mr ward ihiy Jind A IK e r ITU mi he dk1 hHJM i i i Dover Frustrates Belt May Hover of tiir Uepublican na Eiriiinnns n siT iif nniiisf i neti 1 cnn Itoii Ilio Tnrn t in flic fliiii ronvcMitin in i ii haliotcrl for fivr trus res lint the re milt not lie an onnntd unlit next Monday The insurance woie so chnncnd haf inomljcis uas 70 who anlofnlly aUd for work tiifiy fraw 11 wonk n tliir iasunmce Mice pay nientrf to be dduelcd on final yclUc inrnt of tic iolicy Th1 jraml in in national auxiliary re Mr Mmy IJ Cassfll of Co ulnis vice prtsideni fnr four yonrs and Mrs HUITV St Clair of IxijxanR porl Ind pramT secrelary Mrs Fair icad of on Ky chaplain Admits Six Murders Mirii May Jrunoi lirimin nil wbo is arrrs bore i In liave adiniltid lo 1rns or ii MIAltirni y Hroslahan f hat ll had liillrl iix irMi in the wot The proserutor said bowcvnr I hat tlio prisoner bail not linpllcntrd himself in any criiiio foinriitlod within tfin stilo of td confession involves tho sluiiiiiL cif jwo hrodicm mm i or jnrion in Avixnna years ati tlf sliotuiMu uf a man from bis borso Amnmi HI yrnrs iho killing f a Missouri Soiithoiu riilroal comluctor with u pin 0 yoai s am tli1 killing of a tunn nanu i in Arizona in a firofnr rill Balinioro Hd11 inir jinilin the rnsnlis of liillin fnv Mlhiiilisl UIK ml but in Ihe vaLi juiil in etcinniiiic mecliiurs ihi11 rrjsiiJi li sixth iind sevenili hnllniH iiml hifcnp the end uf the clay flu had InfM irilen jind vvrirf hi lie hands oT the Idlers esniiiiibly luTjnie nf jueslifjiis am i ofut isu a scare of in bis ile ens aqo Rv f Mia tie history of tlin inciil revived at a Mmo when ht A favovahlo repnif vili by Ilie cominittCL on vovisiirj nn du1 posal that niomheis ii vmniras lifjjuo ami foreign MHI i ies nn l ijcon nil fhat bo an uunual con wil inrnr senuexpense fnr which a To iy ihe fomiflulinn fnr i suit lu wliih Hi vlfriity nf iho to inUvi Govcrfior Names Accountants fniiiiulHis O 11 Govrrao Harri ha nnmcil the following ovain iljeTH STitc aeconnlinj f S M of CdlllllilniH JiiCOl 11 IviinThian nf rinciiuiati and Guy I Kninrly incitinali This hiuirrt i in applicants wish lo li is iiihltr and t lie Ijriiises lo Sited ii Jlirrt UlC ciiiicnic irs rf Ihc hoaift Mr Idndlo fnr one year Mr Kanf rran for I wn nnd Mr Kennody fo Ihrne yearK Mr KmifTnuui is a Den orrat The nilhr nrc Uopuhlicans Ohio State University Wins fVinmlnis May Stat livpvsify von tho Hijr Six intrrro uiair rael inept hold in Cuhnnhii with a loial nf 17 mniis wa iMfl wilh HI KcKnrv fliinJ with 7 fHiin fomt viil i lifih with Ifi whi Ken yon in last wirli T 01 ib fnr i ho Mit Six were nusde 1 i invr i he mile run IGjJonn liaiiiiaei liirow mtl Six vola Mniv than OiHi people tV cunUsIs the Cohjnilnis Drlvin pa i k iiny has dicldivl tbo layman ni Will Probe Patients Dcri i iie Mailloi ii ji I in cute the Stai nnnV ii That ihe dentil John an i inmate nuMi iliat niimv in Tue ht pllal was dun to a li ratal I rioMPcnlor tphani Sluk cnaniy j nrficd The guvernrir In isl tin i hospital dpolaviiis lhnl Attains nifl i death by vinlrnre ami tho puTienls are l tj rom siMHs but has MMd a iK1fint ind Hi i of bier in Jiml the into a crowd in Missnni in irtOO wiiluuif any Toasrm ami killint tmo m Night Riders Whip Woman May bnnd of men cilledi at thn hnme tf Have it Ilnrsc START THE PROBE Cincinnati Committee Test Ricjht lo Investitjtc iTyrinn Ulf ilU illlrl ni cl iiml Hii 1 riv am X nCl to ii litjn lir MI colit i Iho 1T of 1lu n ihe iinir wiili it osiri lo net Slnli Al iM CiiiiKir v1 lhil he WMlli riMilsi1 VIMKli cr sn pi i Tfr nf 111 onnnnirT ilicn 1 riiJnl 1o LI i af oiifi n aPorte Grand Jury Also Brings a Bill Against Mrs Guinness NO SURPRISE Manifested by Accomplice I When Informed of Jurys Skull Found ijiorte fnd Mny grand iry r tiirjuil nevcn True Mils against iy for nrson HIH murder nil nlrn itiiliclol Mra Bella GuniTcsa or inurdor of Andrew of nnslield H D No warrant was 13 iod for Mrs Guniivss as she was lured oniclally dead by the verdict of vOronor but in order to vote a rue bill aRainst Lainpliere as un ac in Ihc killing of rfolgcleinit 10 indifit Mrs Innness tlic iiviricipal Luniplioro now lands officially charged wilh arson I ivo ninrders nid ail 11 Ihc Helseloin murder Separate bills wore voted against fnr iho minder in the first eiroe of Mis Holla Gunness anti her hree children Jjainphre was not ar anil IliiH jirotiably not be one until the eases are set for trial KII warrants issued InJudge Rich er served on Lamijhcre in jail p lnl sliRht surprise as of indictments had been In the Indictment for arson it la that unlawfully willfnUy and malicionslr et fire tu a certain dwelling house of lie value of nf the property ot me llella whereby said Uvelling was burned and entirely con sumed to the damage of eaid Bella iinneiis in the sum of J2000 The digging under the direction of Sheriff Smntzer resulted in the uh earthini of a human skull which it was Raid had been decided upon as bc lonKiug to one of the bodies dug up In the chicken yard two weeks ago Dayton Man Missing Dayton Q May of Ir T Peterson formerly a wellknown Jive stock merchant of this ctty are inclined to believe that he was a vie ttm of Mrs On 11 ness Peterson appeared on April lu with over in his possession He was traced to several Indiana cities but finally lost sight of A watch bearing the Initials of F T P is said to have been found in the ruins ot tho Guuucss es tablishment URGE EVANGELISM Presbyterian Genera Assembly Has Enthusiastic Session Kansas City May the spirit of tlio church Evangelism that the world may be WOQ for Gil lm ttullll ut 1LTL hrist was the keynote of speeches iv ministers at tho general delivered of the Presbyterian church i Ihn United Stntcs of America The followed tiio report of tho President Congratulates Evans lonKinir IIQPO tu well but sa tli ho ns hi as a fidrtle Pisiiliit The runiintnlated ihe admiral bii wiih the battle si ii fleet In rhr Paeifie const and tnlil hiiii tiial he had emlmvnren to liin tu iiuti Df vleadmlrl hit iind tvMi In uet conmess to siinc vouas he did Cnrton Gcs Synod Yirk Pi Vay O vas svl iinl ns rhi iii plai for the of thn 1 Ul 1 WHO ii charge of the evangelistic work the Cumherlantl hranch of the in lil I u Its Cannon Must Return Oal May fi ihe of Xel Sdli frcm rie nvdii of hnre fif dlVeetiilu hl3 eX on L if hiibciy Hn is ii Clliiiilnii I Dayton PUnt Destroyed Mv n origin COX APPEALS TO CIRCUIT COURT U lllils and oalleil her out j Ciioiiiii O May NlfiHT RIDERS and whipi her severelv Tlip then E Ccx cticrs when liirn Ripley O May j to cii lohnsoirs and afsiitry I mored e Lecjislitive j svcrai dwiilinus on Riders at in early hour this inj to call him out of the house airt I Probe coviutiee today insti etiuial ivorning slot up the residence failing in his hoiife and tool tntctl rno vnanlo proceedings ll of Walter Hook an independent him out of and out Into tin in the Ci cuit court The pur at Red Oak Hook ex changed shots with the Riders vjho scraper his tobacco beds vnipiiert him A warinnt of nnoKl against four farmers of neighborhood for par pose is to tost the legality of tbe comvittces existance and power tn investigate Suicides Under Train nctiniice O JIiy Carper r5 a travotiiii salesman of Wtstotl W Va committed suicide in this city byjumping mjrout B vt 0 train tins ronorl aroused the ag sembh lo the highest pilch of enthu siasm and a resolution was adopted Tirtitlniitug oonpresa to rnact a law similar to he law which insures lo all workmen In every year T2 days of it hours each to rest Miss Wood Is Defiant New YorkMay 23Mai C Womi the Omaha woman who was sent to prison in default of on a charge of perjury after bur complaint against 1nltril Kiates Senator Thomas C Plait whom she bad sued for divorce had heen dismissed Is la a defiant mood Kroni her cell til the Tombs she sdrl I supjne I shnll have to swallow any medicine they for me for the present Hut you may say this fnr mo As long as I live ami j there Is a Plan alive 1 shftll nxM I fight hard for my rishts Cooling Blth Is Fatal Zanesvillo O May Harry p hold 20 became overheated whllo playing hall and plunged into Licking river to cool off He was taken wilh cramps ami drowned before tho ot half a dozeu cornjimkmi 4   

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