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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio GOOD EVENING Instead of "back to Elba." It may be "back to mines" for acme of Ihe statesmen and the politicians. IWfi ffOAfE PAPER OF MANSFIELD AND R1CHLAND COUNTY OHIO THEMANSFIELD NEWS a Great Commotion Created bg Blowing Op of ifie Post- office Safe. Five Yeggmen Do the Job and .Make H Big Xoisc, but ttet Only Thirty Worth of Lock tiie Tivo KigJit Patrolmen Up in a Steel Vault Before Beginning Operations. Jan. dar- ing "yeggmen cracked the safe-In Spencer postofllce early this morning -after overpowering the two policemen who were on duty nearby and locking 'them up for safe keeping in a big Bteel vault in the town hall. One the policemen .was seriously injured in the encounter. The robbers es- caped, but carried off only about thirty dollars worth of stamps, the entire-contents of the outer compart- ment of the safe. Several thousand collars in cash and stamps was in a email box in an inner compartmen which the visitors in their haste to open. The explosion, which occur red shoi tly after 3 o'clock awoke ev erybody within a radius of severa blocks. The robbers must hav moved rapidly after cracking the cafe, for they were nowhere in sigh when the first of a big crowd of citi- zens appeared on the scene a few minutes later. There was greac consternation croon g the townspeople when the> discovered that their two night pa- Twenty-fifth Year No; 259. JANUARY I'Q, igio. price 2 Omxs.f TODAnjANTS IJe sure lo read "torlav's wants." Somo want in tod.iy's paper may be trying to nnd YOU. HE WENT THE PAGE BIGHT MERRILY HIS DEATH IS Chicago, Jan. Hoff- man personally took charge of the investigation of the death of Na- tnaniel F. Moore, son of James Ho- bart Moore, leader of tho Rock Is- w-o wv IUC land group of financiers. Young I private- ambulance feeling ill again. Dr. Murray was again called ami when he arrived the police say, Air. Moore was dying. Dr. Murray over hfm but he died a short time later. The body vas taken to the Moore home in a Mocre was found dead in a room at a side resort under somewhat nysterious circumstances. News of There are many circumstances in c He Can't Stop at Waldorf Astoria. New York, Jan. Ja- cob S. Coxey, who not so many years ago led a famous raaich of the unem- ployed to 'Washington, h, in New York for a few dajs rest and recreation. He is staj ing at the Waldorf Astoria. General Coxey is much alarmed over the ever-increasing cost of liv- ing. "The farmer is the lucky mar. these says he. "The cost of i living has gone up fifty per cent for the rich nmn, but it has more than doubled for the poor man. The fai- mer is getting a good share of the difference. This should have its effect and if the poor people in the cities can oe brought to see tne light and rush to the farms things would be better all around." Gilford Pinchot, Oeposed Foresisr, Soon Issue statement to tfie Public, IS FLOODED WITH TFLFGBHSB Deposed Forester Too Busy Callers to Complete His Reply President Xaft's Letter Noiifyfiig Him of His Enforced ttetiremoirf' From Public Big Upheaval in letter to Friend Four Days in Advance of Ercnt. Washington, Jan. ester Gifford Pinchot will-within tbV next few days make a public state- ment in response to the letter ceived from President Taft explain, ing why the president had directed retary of......agriculture U The jarv convicted Oliver Spitzer. tue dock s-iir.trzivendent. and the foui nen spntencpd today. There was d's- over the of James F.! the cashier of the re-j n BE NO PRiJJBY Hiulwl That Republican Leaders Op- pose Selection of Senator. Columbus, O.. Jan. a let of big Republican leaders can prevent it. there won't be a senatorial pri- mary to pick a man to wear Senator Charles Diet's shoes. There have been no RHffll DRAWS BIG CROWD Widow of Tunnel Robber Profits by Collection at Door. New York. Jan. 10. The popula- tion of the East Side attended the funeral of Isaac Finkelstein. now known in his district as the Ludiow street subway man, in a body, and it was necessary to call out the police reserves. Outside the Finkelstein tousc at 53 Ludiow street was a soap box, faith- fully guarded by Morris Finkelstein. 7. Over the box was the legend in.Yid- dish: "Please help a poor widow with five children who lost her husband in a hole." This appeal was effective. It is estimated that with the which served as a sort of admission fee for those nho wished to view the remains and the box on the street "jan. Pfnchot; the man wito- "removed 13 head of the ry department if the United States by order of 'resident Taft, is recoguized as the iead and front of the crusade for ne conservation of the nation's nat- ral resources, and his work has een commented upon all over the The president himself has never questioned the ability of Mr. and explained in his letter -wdermg chief- former's removal that it was necessary purely as a Batter of maintaining discipline In U'e government departments. The Bnllinger-Pinchot fight, which Is row to be investigated by a joint committee of the senate and house representatives, has oeen under way for the greater of a year -ind has stirred administration cir- as nothing else has since Mr. Taft took the reins of government. i'mchot was the founder of the for- svstern m the United States. He did the first systematic forestry work ever done in this souutry at I ntmore, X C., in the early nineties. He is forty-five jears old, a graduate of Yale and before taking up his v.ork professionally studied forestry in France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. He entered the United States forestry department in 1898 j pnd systematic crusade for tag profeetldi? national forests, watef and the reclamation of arid lands. These are things wfiich Theodoie Roosevelt ept constantly before the people in his messages and speeches." So in- tense was Mr. Roosevelt's interest in the conservation cause that Pinchot lecame not only one of his closest advisers, but among all the govern- ment officials probably was the presi- dent's most intimate friend. miss Mr. Pinchot from office. In explanation of the failure of Mr. Pinchot to complete his statement, it was said that his day was so occa. pied with callers who came to prof- fer their support and express admira- tion of his course, that he was unable to find time to give to the subject the careful attention tiat It deserved. It was also said that Mr. day was constantly interrupted by the receipt of telegrams congratulat- ing him on turn things had taken in his differences with Secretary of the Interior Ballinger. A great many of these telegrams, it wss wera from individuals and organizations in the interested ia the conserva- tion movement, and all of them were complimentary to Mr. Pinchot and assured him of the support of senders. In Amiable Mood._____ Mr. Pinchot was very happy over" the character of the information con- veyed to him by callers and in TRIAL OF BLACK 6EOUN IN FEDERAL COURT IN TOLEDO ATTACKS TMIXER r.nny. ono ol fie defendants. Spitzes but state and. ty leaders have been exchanging I about was rajsed for the widow. A number cf the most infiuen- i A newsPaPer photographer augraent- tial of them are against the gpna- ed tte fund by offering to print a pic- in. and !l wr.s found that he d have- to wider.-o a slight opei- ___ }nr an intestine! disorder. For Ihi? reason Judge JlartJS lodsy did not proijflunce OB bim, but jeTfradsd him mitjl Feb 1. Before 11 court on Saturday when _ _, .i tonal primary. Thev will fizht motion for a new trial for the men ,_ .1, _ to hole ifcs primary and anyone enters il. That means, right Senator Dick. They say tbo sre not agairst pri- maries ia general and perhaps not against senatorial primaries some other year. Tfccy are against one this Toledo, Jan. case against fourteen Sicilians, members of the society of the Banana, alleged black 1'and band of Ohio, was called for t.-ial before Judge R. W. Tayler in fcdeial court todav Wita a small army of witnesses, menacing letters and a mass of documatary evidence seized in the homes of the defend- ants raided last Jtinu by postal in- spectors, the government expects to prove that the alleged headquarters nf the band in Mai ion. were the cen- ter of widespread black hand oper- ations. Twenty lawvers are engaged m the including J. J. Sullivan, of Cleveland, former United States dis- i trict attorney. The government's .vitnesses include federal inspectors detectives, police officers, and I.ahaiis, the alleged intended vic- jtims, living in Ohio Indiana. The indictment contains sixteen (counts, alleging attempts to extort I ir-oney from as many Italians means of threatening letters. FOILS PLOT OF WRECKERS Kailroadcr Bound Track for Ke- fnMJig to burrcndcr Switrh Key. s the men today, year. -jcnied a motion for a new i fight lo il. Hr Jook caagideraticn. j governor. the ji.ry'i renfflmendation to aiul ?aid he wouJO jm- iijxin of tlrf four men a st-n- Tfcey want tie coming state j f0rl enter on tne selection of They sar to have one pmng MNWS EXECOTOR He'll Pay Valid Claims Affain-a Estate Without Litigation. Jan H. McGif- of the estate of the W 3 McKinnon, tcday sent a letter'Jo AUornev icraj----- Is l-oig on Grandchildren. Ta. Jan. in received wo-c! cazdiuatcs for both and Korercor vrc 'Id not add ti-ce strength to trc jnny In tbe campaign, birt would he weskcn- witllo'3t inp Jhe 'ssnes and per- i'Sa3nsl sonaHtics involved. {inters? on funds M McKinjion. ----------___ 4 Mr McGJffcrt rrqiirFtp the ntt nerfll so take up the maUor le McKmnoo to pa> iJjga'ion aay vaJid claims due to tho coiiC'-t'on of Macon. Ga Jan tell four negroes find the switch ke> an employe of the railroad, was bou: the outskirts of tv be crashed. A pavs over Mattbctip. f- him. After regaining told the attat k grocs say tfcpy -B switch so as to TV rob the express die. The railroad fered a arc sixlv r.i J! bas married io and cumii mini PISTOL SHOT direct. ell ravo fairJ.jf. OTIC- las IS bas fovr Hor I itr by Scooting t'io Moan. exterminate- His FarriJy. 'I" al bnrie lv ch tomma'.vcd s-j n.ece. Her j University Elope. Itbara. N. Y. Inn. oran. c'hT matrimonial 'sc-apadr of I lo ihe Corcell campus has I oat. H -was lurried that A. j married in Kim Ira' 'v.'l'ss JtiHa Parks of s a roommate of Frederick P Bad- who tcr- Wifr of IK-aO C- l.iK'- to N.ini Mianta, Ga lz- of Congr- died hero last It Is her desire editor of Alba' ed to to they could Daniel Matthews, rural of Georgia d to the track in city and left to train passed mangling onsciousneKS J5e heard the ne- led 'to open ths -k the train and Matthews -wiH ompany has of- and 800TH IS PESSIMISTIC r ra3 te ago ran off with -Mrs. sn announce that H. Mflatosh. Herald, be usbaai. Editor 1 the ia Saltation Army leader Predicts World's End as KeMilt of Vice. London. Jan. 30. General Booth, head of the Salvation Army, preach- ing at Clapton, deplored the fact that. all appeals, warnings and opportunities for centuries men and -women still in wickedness. In the rourse of bis re- marks he said: "AH nations of the earth stem to banded together in rebellion and transgression until some think, and. i I with a considerable degree preaching rapidly toe end of all tbincs and that the world and its in- lie dfstroycd br I at Panama and Ionian Killed Because She Lost Her Xrrve. New York. Jan. 10. The speciil devil that makes jungle cats turn bad In a flash got into Clayton, a fine big beautifully marked leopard at Hu- ber's museum. He turned suddenly upon Mrs. Pauline Russelle. who was driving bim and his mates through a rehearsal, knocked her to the Soor of the cage with a swing of bis forepaw and tore her throat so badly that she may never live to walk out of Belle- vue hospital. The specialty she had him for was j a flying leap from a perch to one di- rectly opposite, an eight-foot shoot through the air at a height of about seven feet. Mrs. Russelle tried a half-dozen times to make Clayton jump before he poised himself for the spring. Something caused Mrs. Rus- selle to lose her nerve as the leopard gathered himself together. duck- ed her head, turned half way toward tho door of the cage and cried to Hendrickson to hand her tho iron j spear. That Instant Clayton shot off ppi-ob. straight for her head. She tried to throw herself out of his way. but a forepaw clawed her head as she dodged and the forrc of the blow sent her to the floor of the cage. The leopard was on top of her in a flash, plantinc bis forefeet on her breast and catching her throat In his teeth. Headrickson. fired his revolv-T. but the animal facing the othrr way the blanks diJ no Then he caught up the rotf and drove It into cidf apain and aeain. i Tht anima! released Mrs. Russelle and threw hlmsftt apainst the bsrs. rcaehinit for HendrifAtottn. Badly hurt as she was. had Hft to relesuw the j herself drop to the C-oor of the rooa. j i or at least his whole or has pointed to a happy frame'of mind, since he got word that Presi- dent Taft had directed that he be re- moved from the office of forester. Mr. Pinchers whole attitude has been one of extreme satisfaction over the trend of the hot fight in which ne has become involved, and not 01 word of regret has come-'fronVTiL over bis separation from the duties which placed him fn a position of vantage in carrying out what he haa declared to be his life work. There was a report that Secretary Ballinger intended to resign voluntar- ily from the office of secretary of the interior, but he declared that this was absurd and absolutely without any truth. People connected with the admin- istration express the hope that (Continued on second page.) mm OF BIBLES Is a Profitiblc Business in Bible SociVtj. Jan. smug- ging of bibles is .1 profitable busi- ness in Tibet, acording to a report just issued J-y tiie American Bible so- ciety. Th-? direct importation of bibles in that country is prohibited under heavy penalty, but tiierc is a widespread demand for copies of the booK and many natives earn a soodl j 'iviiig by buving them from the native missionaries near the bolder and tak- them secretiy acioss into the Tibetan villages. P-i'-k-s for thit pm- j are printed by the bible society I at Simla. in il.c Chinese lanc- uapo. wiiirl: all (he upper classes ia Tibet roar! rmi HOKIIIOli to b Grlgjrs' action ft of her Xn husband's artJon oaid, wax takon fnT 1 placs. Mrs. a be Panama, Jan. J Bryan at the National ThTp was immense 82d Tithnsf- aetlc audience. of An'crl- and iaclodirjs a number the of rontlcr.nus ap- plause. He referred to the canal. prcwsinjt prog- ress of work and fa tbe of the lorks. his regarding which had ber-n bis rialt. Ke stated that of tL Dip In Icy Atlantic. I Atlnnlir C7ty Jan. r bathTf. a dip in or an fum'shed fur-rJad proTi materiaj for shivers of sympathy. Two men t woman up i party, appeared to "o? satlsEed with A single phirge and made j a record dash for the proiTHon of the bE'1! Sanctuary F'ccded. A part of city of sajicfuary. bees y Washington, Jan. Ohio; loniKhi and Tu'-sday; modorate soutJi winds Sun rises 7.23, sets JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I ;