Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 6, 1901 · Page 1
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 1

Oakland, California
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Friday, September 6, 1901
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VOL. Liv Am tion U. 4-T A Si-d-r-k-m l I His Condition is Two Shots took He was Shot by a Stranger. L:v; ' V;;v5-; ..V The President is Fatally Wounded. One Shot Passed Through his Left Breast and Another Entered the Abdomen. The President was shot by a well-dressed Man with Whom he was Shaking Hands. He was Shot in Front of the Ethnology Building While on his Way to the Temple of Music. BUFFALO, Sept. 6 -It is now said the President is' conscious and resting easily in the Service Building. ' '.' The prisoner is said to have been taken to the Thirteenth district police station. As the man approached the President it is said he had the revolver covered with a hand-i kerchief and as he reached out his hand to shake the President's hand he fired. M'KIBLEY ON THE WAY TO Ml.' too President McKinley and party, a few invited guests and a military escort, numbering in all about 100, left "here at 9 o'clock orwa special train on the New York Central for Lewiston, wheref they boarded four special trolley cars of 'the Gorge Route and were whisked up along the river bank to Niagara Falls without making a stop. I Alighting at Main and Second streets, twenty-five carriages wfcre found. will: j tSlrie" the L ...... : . ' . . BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept. 6. rrcsiasni ana p iy en a short JV. FATALLY do) HE IS tered His Bo irTv : r tv IJVJ JJJLCVJJL JULCyJLVy tUIO ClJ. XA JULAJ tour of the city. Mayor Butler of Niagara Falls General S. M. Welch and Captains Pagan, Chapin and White of the Sixty-fifth regiment, acted as escort. The President' was driven to the steel arch bridge and then back to the International bridge, where Mrs. McKinley alighted to take a rest until the rest of the (party returned to luncheon. The party was then driven through Prospect Park, around to Goat Island returning to the International hotel, where a cold luncheon was served. After luncheon the power house was visited. Frorn there the party returned to the Pan-American Exposition grounds. MR liLff' HOT TOLD OF THE SHOOTING BUFFALO, Sept. 6. Mrs. McKinley 'has not yet heard of the shooting of her husband. ; At 5:45 the President was resting easily. :; An attempt was made to lynch the prisoner, but the police Succeeded in getting him out of the grounds and locked up. OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA.- FRIDAY, EVENTING. lLJUUn nn Way S w Serious. HO Effect one in the Stomach and one in the breast. There is great excitement here. ; ; v The streets in front of the different newspaper offices are crowded with anxious people. IS THE OF ASSASSIN, BUFFALO, SEPT. 6. THE NAME OF THE MAN WHO FIRED THE SHOTS ATTHE PRESIDENT tlS FRED NIEMAN AND IT IS SAID THAT HE COMES FROM DETROIT, HE HAS RESIDED ON BROADWAY IN BUFFALO FOR A WEEK. . r . BUFFALO, Sept. 6. Fred Nieman, the. assassin, admits that he is an Anarchist and that he is a resident of Detroit. He says "he is of Polish nationality. DETROIT, Mich., Sept.; 6. FRED NAME PRISONER SAYS HE IS - AN ANARCHIST j J" uu on UL it M TOWN - t he Assassi n VJUL lit XJL There is no person named Fred Nieman in the local directory. IRKING IDENTIFY DETROIT, Sept. 6. There are two men named Frederick Nei-mau, not Nieman, as the name comes from Buffalo, in the directory. One is a laborer, the other a gardener. Reporters have started for the home of each. ONE BULLET BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept. 6. A bullet which had lodged against the breast bone has been extracted. The President is resting easily. : F BUFFALO, Sept. 6. Four physicians? Doctors Mynler, OUR HYS AIIS ARE PRESENT SEPTEMBER 6. 1901 nn AT BUFFALO nn usic Hall Two JL JJUL JJL FX Mann, Van Peyrura of this city and Dr. Lee of St. Louis, are with the President. IS RY THE NEWS CLEVELAND, 0., Sept. 6. "My God, it can't be possible!" cried Senator Hanna this afternoon when the Associated Press dispatch was read to him saying that President. McKinley had been shot. . , "It is terrible and I am too shocked to express my feelings " he added. , i The Senator was prostrated by the news and begged 'that all dispatches relating to the condition of the President be telephoned to him as fast as they arrived. THE BULLET BUFFALO, Sept. 6. Dr. Ros-well Parks, a well-known surgeon, has arrived at the" hospital and is now probing for the bullet which entered the abdomen. : SENATOR PROSTRATED B G 0 Y at the -. -A Bullets En Masked was shot twice in JJUL ULOAV;. Wounded Crrouhds: Police Commissioner Hooper has had an interview with Nieman and to him the prisoner de-nuied that he is an Anarchist. THE NEWS NEW YORK, Sept. 6. Vice-President Rooseyeltls due to arrive in Burlington at 7 o'clock. The news of the shooting of the President was communicated to him by telephone. HE WILL LIVE NEW YORK, Sept. 5. A telephone message received here quotes Senator Hanna as saying: - ...... "TH'E PRESIDENT WILL LIVE." THIS IS THE THIRO LT HANNA SAYS The shooting1 of President McKinley NO.? 200 T." ?1 Exposi - ia the third assassination of the Chief Magistrate of the United States which has taken place since the foundation was laid 'of this republic w The two preceding crimes, of this kind resulted fatally. President Abraham Lincoln, having: been the first. victim and President James A. Garfield th4 second to dieby an assassin's bullet. !-' I hat an yerson should feel disposed tojB6mm4 a crime of this kind in aeountry y?&ere the people govern ia mystery "which can not be fathomed. ; . In this instance, the crime is a'l the more difficult to be understood unless it should have been committed by an intense partisan of the Philippine cause.' The country is practically at peace (Continued ,on Page 2.) ADMINISTRATOR'S AUCTIOM7 . SALE. . Of alt farm Implements, six fine black horses, about ninety tons of LIvermora hay, furniture, etc.; also elgrhty acres of land, of the late Aurast Brecht ranch, situated about four miles from the town of. Livermore. Sale Saturday at 1 P. ML , . Bus will meet the morning trains and take the parties to and from the ranch All must anj will be sold. . Park 8t- Alameda. Phone Grand The child with glasses - Is more apt not to need them when grown than one whose eyes are neglected. Delay for 1 a month may mean glasses for years. " .. J 4 Stogg 4 Factories ; 456 Thirteenth Street, Oaklarii ' CALiyOKKIA San Francisco Sacramento Stockton

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