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SORROW SHOWN BY ASSASSIN 4 i" p- Seems -Absolutely .Indifferent to His Fate INQUIRIES T THE' "Apparently Cares Nothing About the Result of Victim's Injuries. In Several Cities Arrests 1 .of Supposed Accom- s' plices Made Bs Buffalo September 8 A member of the ftrtn of Walbridge Co It is said has Identified the Jjox in which the revolver with whlclj Czolgosz shot President McKinley a having- the price marks of that firm. It is supposed the weapon was edld on Tuesday last It I not known whether it was personally purchased by Czolgosz. Only the empty box was- found in Ccolgosz baggage Cxolgos still continues to eat well and Bleep well and seems absolutely indirrer- ent to his fate He makes no inquiries as to the condition of the president and .pparently cares nothing at all as to the outcome of his Injuries Alfonzo Stutz supposed to be a Ger man. 35 years of age. was arrested today on suspicion A pair fff brass knuckles was found on him Later Superintendent of Police Bull cleared Stutz of any part In the- plot against the life of President McKinley. Discussing his arrest he said "We are satisfied that Stutj did not ven know Czolgosz and that he had nothing to do with the crime He arrived here the day Crolgosz did and roomed near him We rounded him up with several others whom we believed might have been implicated We found a pair of brass knuckles on him and BJ that was an offense we held him for it. He was formerly a lieutenant in the German army and arrived in America by the steamship Deutschland about ten days ago Superintendent Bull Bald that he had "been advised of the arrests in Chicago and that he was making a careful Inquiry to show any connection that may exist between the men in custody and his prisoner i It U reported Sere that Emma Goldman anarchist leader was here last Monday and that she oetapted a house a few doors from where Ccolgoss Jived Superintendent Bull is said to have asked New York to arrest her The Iw York police are said to be investigating the case at the request of Governor Odell 8t Louis September 8. Emma Gold man the anarchist lecturer and author Who wrote the book that Ciolgosi says Inspired him to attempt to assassinate President McKinley at Buffalo arrived In St. Louis Thursday night She was in the city all day Friday the day the president was shot The police believe she departed later the same evening for Chi CIO or Buffalo "Whether she left the lty or not the police and the federal of- dears are making every effort to apprehend her Assassin Guest of Chicago Chicago September 8 If any further proof were needed that Leon Czolgosz was the guest of Chicago anarchists Ihortly before he went to Buffalo on his murderous mission against President McKinley it was supplied today by three of the prisoners in the central police station They identified a photograph of the murderous red as a picture of a man whom they saw at the home of Abraham Isaak. 515 Carroll a not longer ago than July 12. The eleven men and women who are avowed anarchists were formally booked tonight on the charges of conspiracy to commit murder They will be taken to Justice PrlndKille tomorrow morning for a hearing It is settled practically that the prosecution will ask for a. continuance of ten days that the police may have more time for an investigation This much was Intimated tonight by Captain CoFleran "I am not prepared to say that a conspiracy to kill Pre ldent McKinley was formed in Chicago he said -The evidence in our possession has been turned over to the law department and whit. we are ready to begin the hearing tomorrow it is possible that the city prose cutor may want more time In that event be will ask for a continuance POLES DENOUNCE ASSASSIN. Deny He I Connected with Polish People In America. Philadelphia September 8. F ur hundred Polish-Americans gathered in St. Caurentlua Rojnao Catholic church today passed resolutions deploring the shooting of President McKinley and protested against the statements that the would-be esuaasln was connected with Polish people of tnls country Among those present were five Polish priests T resolutions after regretting the at tempted murder continue as follows "Resolved that we as Roman Catholic PR. HATHAWAY THE TO ATE SPECIALIST Tmti tatxx fall til Ghrooio Dtttues of men and women rook I contagions B 1 \I od Poises Stricter. Vari eo l bait of Vlulitr FmJ Weak nest tc. Pvfrot 571515 of horns tmkt- meat Costot tttl s iartted t- U r t o 3c or V mill. Bx- o n mri me. Oil or add rest ga fl. JB aSt Jltlanta. Ga. Polish citizens the United gtAtespro test most energetically against the Insto uatlona of the English newspapers .as 1 the anarchist who raised his sacrilegious hand against the highest authority o the great republic had any connection with the Polish people residing in these states. The would-be assassin is a-He brew by birth but professes to be an agnostic or an atheist. The Polish nation can boast of never having produced a man who would stain its reputation by attacking a lawful authority because imbued with Christian principles. It a well aware that all lawful authority comes from God and must be respected. Separate telegrams of sympathy were sent both to the president and Mrs. Me Klnley They were signed by Joseph Slomskowski chairman of the meeting and John A. Beraphln secretary. Seventeen Polish-American societies it is claimed were represented at the meeting. New York Poles Act. New York September 8 An indignation meeting attended by about 600 Poles of which It is estimated there are 80.000 in New York city was held today at the Church of St. Stanislaus and bitter words of denunciation of Czolgoss and his crime were uttered while the 'Qxpre.sslon of sympathy for the president and those belonging to him was warm and universal Doubt as to the nationality of the would-be assassin was expressed and it was decided to send a delegate to Cleveland and Toledo at once to look into his ancestry and to prove to the American people that he is not a Pole but a Russian by descent That delegate will leave -New York for the west tomorrow. ON TRAIL OF ANTONIO MAGOIO. Officers Want the Man Who Predicted McKinley's Death. Leav enworth Kans September 8 An tonio Magsrlo is well known in Leaven- worth He was a members of the Soldiers' home band for about eight months and also played with a local orchestra. A brother Frank is now employed as a barber in a local shop. The two broth ers were born in Palermo Sicily They came to America eight years ago and Ived for several years In New Orleans Antonio Magglo left Leavenworth last January with the Andrews opera company as a musician and his friends here have not heard from him since that time excepting a rumor that he had been sent to the penitentiary In Missouri for killing a man In that state Frank Maggio asked where his brother is replied "The last I heard from him he wasJn Silver City N Mex in an orchestra there I believe he is there yet. I heard of his killing a man in Missouri and being sent to the penitentiary but do not\believe It When told that his brother had predicted President McKinley's death Magglo said May be he did. I don t know whether he belonged to any secret societies or not. He was a kind of socialist and lived in Louisiana where the members of the mafia were thick. Did he ever say anything to you about an order to kill McKinley asked the reporter No he did not You see. he traveled around a whole lot I never lived with him very much. He was hot tempered and we could not get along. I never beard of him Joining any flocleUea. "Do you belong to any of these societies or do you know of any order being made for McKinley he was asked. "So I do not Inquiries at Mobile. Mobile Ala. September 8 Secret service agents today sought out and interviewed the former members of the Andrews opera -company who remained In Mobile when the troup left for Kansas City for the purpose of learning what they could about Antonio Magglo the former cornat player of the company who la alleged to have told Fritz Huttmann another member of the company last March that President McKinley would be assassinated before the 1st of October this 'ear. Maggio was known to be a rank anarchist After a quarrel with Manager Andrews because of his Magglo s anarchistic ten- decies Magglo left the company at Silver Cit N Mex The department Is anxious to locate Mag-glo He Is thought by former members of the Andrews company to be still In or about Silver City It is thought by the former members here that Maggio has a brother In business in Leavenworth. Kane. He is said to be a merchant. CINCINNATI MAN IS WANTED. Believed That Laux Knew of the Murderous Plot. Cincinnati September 8 The ramlflca- tlon of the band of anarchists which is supposed to have been responsible for the commi slon of the terrible tragedy at Buffalo Friday are believed to extend into this city The local police authorities wnvlareCefV.ehd a from Chief 1 of the federal secret service department requesting the arrest here of fux 1 3 Monroe street. Beyond this statement no information was furnished Detectives have failed to locate Laux as there is no such number on Monroe street The police claim to have the details of a former plot whtch was hatched here ana in which a Cincinnati man left here for Canton Ohio the home of the president for the purpose of murder .but returned unable to fulfill his purpose U is thought that Emma Goldman visited here incognito recently Secret service agents are expected here in a few days. POPULIST IS BADLY POUNDED. He Said That McKlnley Reaped the Fruit of His Policy. Omaha. New. September 8. Tne congregation of the Presbyterian church at Falrmount Nebr postponed its service this morning until it had administered punishment to a vlllifler of President Mc Klnley A populist of the radical type expressed his view on the church veranda that McKinley had reaped the legitimate fruits of his encouragements of trust nd the money power A crowd or young men thereupon ducked him In a near-by pond and setting him astride a rail carried him out into the country tit Was dumped into a thicket and warned not to return. DRANK TOAST TO ASSASSIN. Two Hundred Reds Celebrate Shoot- Ing of President. MeKeesport Pa September S Two hundred Italian anarchists celebrated President McKlnley' assassination today at Guflfey Hollow a mining hamlet across Youghiojrheny river -from Buena Vista. Beer whisky speeches songs and pralSTs for Cxolgoss were the order of the day. This is one of the largest anarchists groups In the country. It was started and led for years by Garcia Ciamcavilla Who now lives at ftxrtng Valley UL. aCu edits The Firebrand e anarchist organ of Chicago When Bresci assassinated King Humbert he declared that McKlnley woulQ be the next victim of the anarchist riots. He also drew up resolutions praising Bresci which were published In Pittsburg newspapers. Since moving away the Italians car he haa stilUtwen an-Active Buffalo tion hospital left to follow full nave not by Dr sistant second His third Louis exposition tragedy and disposal or Wilson and took of the thetic. part of Dr. Park operation. the knife The A cut It was stomach race the bullet's sages thus Labori. defended Rennes. Mrs bravely circumstances One of Mrs here and during Secretary management was able for the great in his strikingly tion placed president operation he was himself to as to the were to before called asked right he had were ful in accepted immediately The. everything sensational cause he and throughout not desire of the unravel the service thorities investigation Secreary the not interviewed methods discover that has that the his crime opportunity of his SOME The this The sun and the with and four use of telegraph era with boys At the policeman was no General arrived option. Wasdin and K 7ll8 JN2" OF dw ft I He Eats a d S1 s'W l' n J bs uteIJ t I MAKfS NO l ABDUl TH PRfSIONT r About' 'Vera1 of Ma e. 8.-A rm x Cz i op iu. havln weap n' 'on Tues T ia w ether con Uon nd ut me 6 an I DI uesing I Btutdld even d th I z I whom I In. arrived-In b3Zthe. d . ago. en makin connecUonthat m t 'i ried t. relhACI1mma bOldmlln IeB.derwRIJ ta t n hU w 8.-Emma wrote hat F lday dty c 'l It gue t "red" Jul men anarch t tormal ton ht thec arges ct Is. more President over we pro e. Is Conn" cted Il-F RoID A1 alnat count were T 8I ed. HATH. AWAY DATE Trel II ,117 omen .Ie h WeakuU8. .tc. taUn II- SlIer at olllM E I a"mll1 ion bl&llh and bt'.b all a drea 33 JINd.8L.At1aJIta. t. -I k 5 .t iM ft "ttlt. oji. i' :1fF 2J f 11 Pol1Ib" o be B1ted St te. pro- It a Jnat of re td -111 a. He- 'DOIUO au rtty and'muat res ected. tbe.pr l1dent 1f 1ec1 Am rtce.n. a.-An held-today 8t&l1 laue 1 t na lon hi Pro th .not ly'd cent 'Tbat dele t wUlleave D th. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 09 Sep 1901, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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