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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio GOOD EVENING The wasn't a cir- cumstance to the local call for the restoration of the enow plow. And that's no lie. THE HOME PAPER OF MANSFIELD AND RICHLAND'COUNTY, OHIO EHEJV1ANSFIELD NEWS Twenty-fifth Year, No. 258. MANSFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY Price 5 Cents. TODAHJANTS Be B'.ire read "today's wcntB." Some in today's paper may bo to find TRIM Of Senator Bick Again Trained in Rapid lira on llionaire tt- izeo 0. G. Barber WHO LIKES SOIBE TARIFF SCHEDULES Bat Who, According to the Ohio Seu- Wanted Ixnviih-rird IJevislnn on Most Ai-ticlew, but Dick for His Kiiuiiy Offices hi Be. hull fit a Fifty Fei' Cent Increase in .Duties on Matches, in Manufac- ture of "Which Barber is Interested..' Akron, .Jan. letter in the series being written by Senator Charles Dick and Millionaire O. C. Barber, head of the match trust, as .the result of Barber's challenge to Dick to debate the letter's merits as who in public matters wante all to cay and nothing to pay. You quote Webster's definition of a and then insist you never organized one. .With the kind Web- ster defines it is quite likely you never had any experience, b'ut of that kind which creates monopolies, yon have manipulated industries until ycur personal fortune amounts to millions, of ill-gotten gains, on which >on refuse to pay taxes, while yon a6 a reformer and a "champion of the 'pepul'." What rot! You say you have believed in the principle of organization of labor, when every toiler who has had any reason to ,know is aware of the fact that you have ever bean the impla- cable foe of organized labor. Yes, I voted for the Hepburn law. So did every senator in the United States senate, except three, but your etory.of an interview on the Century limited, with the president of a truuk- line, -and 4te is the veriest iftistipii anil the.basest, of false- hoods.- The manner -In which you told it Is-ample proof of its-absolute: -falsity. THIFfS RUTH Man Burrowing Under Street to a Robbery Caught by Failing Wails. FIR BOGY HFTEB UK SEARCH Deserted From Czar's Army Worked tar Months ITrider'Xeiv York Thor- oughfare to Gain Entrance to etry Track Passing Over Asphalt Jars Roof of Tmuiel tii'd Human Mole Is Buried Be- neath Ten Feet of "Earth. New York, Jan. dead body of Isaac Fiukelstein was found in the .we get .all .these mis-state- ments -we. may possibly take -belt line matter in which o'u a part, and some reason? for -your 'attitude on tile railroad questidiK We can discuss taxes also, j i.r.d trusts' as now understood, aud j tunnel he was digging under Ludlow the. duties 01 -citizenship as it deals street toward Grand street and Zirin- viUiequalityof burdens and equal- a- United States senator, was issued i _of and equality of oppor- j by -Senator Dick from this citv this I fnity. We can also take up what j Heved he afternoon. It is as follows: you have done for Ohio, and what j or A cave-In, caused failed 4o_- do for rumbling of a heavy O C Barber A'-on O course I mean the state of Ohio. tne asphalt overhead, had Dear Sir-If honest 'results are to Brother Barter, before w, jcwe. w worth otherwise, as a for a cen- tury. Very truly yours, CHARLES DICK. CIlBfllM Sill the Roman es Away. sca Di Paola bishop r'-tit Frascati, arch- priest of tlie. JLateran Arch-basilica and prefoet of the congregation of 'secured from public discussion, .the participants must adhere to the .lionest truth. This you have not Cone. Before matters get beyond correction, 1 must call attention to a .few of the mis-statements in your recent public communications, ad- dressed to me. First, 1 challenge your statement that you are a citizen of New York, find demand the proofs. I charge that you never voted In that state, end that you are no more a citizen of New York than you are a citizen of 'Ohio, and not being a citizen of any Vtate, it follows you are not a citi- of "the United States. "Philip Nolan" Barber, produce the proofs. 'They alone shall decide your claim.. .1 challenge- yortr statement tfiat Tfou great interest in-the tics of .the state-of and "port tHis challenge acknowl- j ftdged fact that you have not voted j in Obio in more than twenty years. The statment that you want to public questions with me is disproved by the vituperation, in- sinuations, slanders, and bar-room rOuse with which your letters abound. TVbat yoii want is a a de- brae. You "Seaator Dick talks like an Your saying so doesn't make'it so. Now, I shall not reply to you, Mr. Barber, in kind. Besides I have ioo mur.h respect for the ass to put you both in the same class. Furthermore, tbe ass is of some use in a community, with a net amount t f value to !us credit. Again, if you realiy think "Dick ta'ks like an v.hy do you want to debate with him? You slated what you must have to be false -.vlien you said "Dick received near upon i curing from o'fice." referring to my IVep for the collection of omitted taxes. You say von will return to "Kve in Ohio when tbe tax laws v.hieh I enforced, and whiclP'drove you out of tbe state" are repealed. ;int! in the same letter you say the law has been declared unconstitu- tional. If the latter is true, why r.or.'t you return? Tfce city, tho and the state need tile rev- enue ylfu ought to pay. T not rha.'gt: you with eaves- b-.it you confess it. You you al) I said over the loiephone to my secretary at liliO'H your letter to Senator .Aiflrich. pml your exntiic-nce is the common fate of all you've got !T ail wrojig. Next time. Indies, died today. Death followed Sir. Harbr-r. come up to :.ne that began last. June with and put ear to the keyhnle. j ;5I) attack of nephritis and atrophy of You say the reason you right Jung and was complicated f-vr.ator AltJrSch because you i recently with blood ncisoning. j-rvferrod !o deal v.-itls the Cardinal Satolli of Italian than with the oierk. No-s the '-'inn and was born ai Marwjano July- fact is I two letters from von. now in my finish our discussions I hope to con- vince you'that to be a good citizen for one year, the kind of a man who oac.h day does those things which for the welfare the com- i ;nnity, the slate, and tbe country in which.ho lives; voting at the prl-! marles and. at the elections; paying j perate effort to taNes on what be possesses according) masg of eartil But to law, and neither evading nor j have a. chance in the world. Between dodging, them, is worth more, a; him and the entrance of the tunnel thousand times over, than to neglect j the cave-in had built up a five-foot these duties and in disguise or] wall of earth and stone. The street cutting off his retreat to the cellar of the .new building at 53 Ludlow, and smothering him under many feet of damp sand. He lay with his head toward the south and-his feet toward the north, on his right side, and there were cer- des- f LIBERAL LEADER AND SCENES IN LIVELIEST POLITICAL CAMPAIGN IN ENGLAND'S HISTORY was 10 feet above his head. He couid not have kept alive more than a fe> minutes at most after the tunnel gave way. Was Army Deserter. The deserter from the Russian army, who was a painter nere; until he got some-queer notion in his head about the .wealth across the was equipped for -He -wore rubber boots and heavy gloves and clothing stained brown and yellow from the damp earth. From the tun- nel the diggers unearthed a shovel and a sack. Nobody knows how Ions Finkelstein had been mining under Ludlow street, an inch at a time. He had advanced his tunnel about 30 feet from the steel column which supported tie southeast corner of the new and unoccupied tenement at No. A sackful at a time, he dug away the sand and earth ahead of hisn, backing out cautiously in order not to disturb the flimsy shoreing he had built up. Three months would have i been hardly enough toil for the job. Department Inspector Reveille's la- borers had been groping for the man for 26 hours. It was almost certain that he was there, overwhelmed by his own labors, but there was a bare chance that he might have been on the right side of the cave-in and have run away to avoid explanations. >0 CONFEDERATES TOFT FIRES As 'the general -ally ACVTintitt in nivior ;i I _ _ elections in Great "Britain-draw-near jously ss we do when the fight gets the campaign' assumes the' prdpOr-j hot. The gentle, conservative, non- tions of a redhot .presidential race iii I tax-paying lords, accustomed for the United States. Indeed, British! ages to rule, are fairly gasping as politicians and political speakers, al-'....... ways noted for the conservatism of their utterances on the stump, have unbridled their tongues and are actu- fairs in the last .hundrefr.years. It is likely to change .the entire political complexion of the The privy council meeting which -is to take ac- tion on the parliament will be held on Jan. 10 at Buckingham palace. After the king has signed the proclamation fat of parnajnenr biwinesi to th.S. on. The flrft ftl Jan. 15. It is understood that the dis- solution proclamation will flk. the date for the opening of the new parliament on Feb. 2. .There-are no candidates for election in the field. Of this number 601 are Union- ists. This party wJH have a walkover in three Burton, Penritfa fiance at them. The election is the most momentous event in British af- Assisted Finkelstein So Far as Can Be Discovered. New York. Jan. envy for a bank's millions and a jewelry shop's treasures which caused Isaac F inkelstein to make a mole of him- self did not involve any others in the miserable deafh the misguided raan met as his patiently dug tunnel caved in and killed him. The end of tbe tunnel vras located j today. The excavation stopped just jvhere falling earth sbaUered Finkel- s'ein's visions of wealth and crushed out his life. 'Whether tne dead burrower alter i.nearned riche? bad had help in his task may never be known. Tbe tracing of the tunnel from the cellar i here it began to the point where Chamberlain's constituency where the Liberals have made no nominations. Chicago. Jan. mounted, eland still. He did so without effort. highwayman of other days bas give'' way in Chicago to tbe woman robber in a taxicab. She descended on Tony teiizo last night as he was walking under the Rock Island railroad via- duct at Fifty-first street, took money and sped away, was walking when she She added that it was timely that he hand over his money. "I was a little slow, I thick." Lenzo told the police, "and she reached out and searched niy pockets with one hand while still holding the revolver The woman j in the other. approached 'Now beat it down the she 9. His family was a noble of nwrienl lineage. lie thai tbe duties on imported 'he increased iO per cent over the rates in the law. Peraaps yoir were risAt it. bat I am amazed a? your audacity in now jioMiig ns a tariff reformer, demand- i ins: ic-ision downward, or j so an increase j in on ibhirs you cieatesJ a ?'ed OIIt as lf in I llad' tak.inS my purse and watch. I beat It, all right, not looking back until I had gone half a block. Then tear and then feil as if. fainting, Lenzo gallantly stepped forward and stooped down to give assistance. As he did so he found himself- face "ITS BACK JS BROKEN" Urclares Mayor Rose of Milwaukee Regnrding Prohibition Movement. New York, Jan, "The back of -he prohibition movement is :ays David S. Rose, mayor of Milwau- kee, v.-no is now on a visit to New York. "I am a temperance con- tinues the mayor, "but not an advo- cate of prohibition. You can not make prohibition effective and tbe lue only successful policy in regard to toe dale question is to -regulate it by idw. i-rom an economic standpoint absolute prohibition would mean laughed and arose, bidding Lenzo tojtway she went.-' I stopped and watched her. She bur- to ried to the west end of the viaduct Soverament of two lace with a revolver. The woman j and entered a waiting taxicab and rear; to and to allied in- dustries fully a hundred million. Pro- hibition means the substitution of TERROR Is This I-nd in I liKhiMi-ia] DOS'T Price and Stew of Forestry reau filso Get Their Walk- ing Papars. SGTIOISI ffflES BIG SEBtW President Explains Removal in LetHW to Action Is Slpi and ci-ats, With Assistance Front Friends of Deposed Rofc .Cannon of. Power to Name Mem bens of Committee to Probe tory Ballingcr's Condnet -Washlngtoa, Jan. made the announcement that he hall directed Secretary of Agriculture Wilson to .dismiss GHford Pinchot fromi of forester of the cultural .department, the that provision of directed Speaker" Cannon to choose the representatives who should sit on the congressional committee of inquiry. The Cannon organization, which stood, behind resolution for an was overturned by a bare 'majority off three. Under the resolution as amend- ed the bouse members of the joint committee of Inquiry -will be by the house Itself. How President Broke News. President faft broke the news Mr. Pinchot In the -following letter: secretary of agriculture informs me that .on the 28th of cember your associate forester, Mr. Price, went to him and proposed resign on the ground that he been engaged with Mr. Shaw, assist- ant law officer. In instigating publica- tion of stories in newspapers and magazines attacking the good name of Secretary Ballinger and charging the interior department and the land office with corruption. The secretary; thereupon wrote a note to you tinder 29, asking for your rcc- Stockliolders in Soft Coal Trust Knjoin Its Payment. Del.. Jan. Walker, n 15-year-nid inmate of the Ferris Industrial school, near here, es- Kinkelstein perished disclosed no j caped from tli- institution today, shot! disgruntled stockholders of the Pitts- Jrace of a confederate and seemed to j tv.-o boys who tried to jn- the tbcory that the deluded him- firod guards who were Pittsburg. Jan. There was quiet conference between a srore of ommendatfon in the premises. 'Ton did not answer, but on Jan. 4 you had a conversation with him In which you said you wished to make a state- ment, which has been read In senate at tbe some time that my mes- sage transmitting the record In the ,JL. GlavHIs case reached there, and that toe blind tiger for the orderly, legal- j vou thought you conld induce Sena- ly regulated saloon and restaurant." tor DolHver to Introduce the state- ment for you. "The secretary advised against course, but asked yon for a rec- ommendation as to accepting HE fig BUB ME Prisoners in Penitentiary Ann.-> Ob- jet I to Organ Playing Comrade. (Continued on second page.) OuilMiS- KHgihilSiy for 1 ainier had perished alone. He had encountered a sewer pipe and in at- tempting: to get around or under it comparatively soft earfh near fhe tile bad played him the sorry trick that proved his undoing. Jan. B. county oherrv 1 has refused !o over tbe" offlre 10 say i am icjiorant on raanv j Miss 'Jennide Jordan, who was elect- j Slioot of ilie n. O. Jan. of Po- Mam Missins. I lice Villiam Symmes died froa ery- Flagstaff. Ariz. Jan. report; Syinroea is the third Hamil- has rrscbed ttrc that the entire In- 1on police chief to die Jn office In dian village of f rpmis. In Cataract' nlnc years. was a grcat-graTicson canyon. deMraireiS a wall i Clevor autlior of water 20 feel high that strVJit widrly discuwwd theory of down the ranyon. Many Indians missing arc to have teen lost in tke flood. Kills Son and Self. Jan. B. Jones, president and general manager of the Southwestern Publlcbiag com- killed his 5-yetr-old and then eoanilUea Mr. .Tones li to have been temporarily deranged, due to overwork. Jr an4 concentric only flnalQi covcries. by that recent dis- Arrest Three Fer Murder. Sharon, Pa., Jaa. 8. Accused of the of Lynn Morris, a strike- -who WM employed at tho South Sharon works of the American Shret Tia company. Thom- as Nourse Jan. Ohio: r.trtly elondy tonight and Sunday. warmer toniitJst in ponth and east por- Sunday, moderate south rises se's iNEWSPAPERl iNEWSPAPERl ;