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Marion "Daily Mirror.
YOLUME XV. NO. 126.
MARIOtf, OHIO; TUESDAY EVENING, .JANUARY 1 1007:
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New pure food law
BECAME EFFECTIVE TODAY
Secretary Wilson Predicts
Commerce as a Result of the Operation
of the New Measure.
Hereafter all Food Stuffs and
ing the Exact Contents of Package Whiskey Blend
ers are Putting up Hard Fight Against the Law
Severe Penalty fbr Violation of the Law.
"Washington, Jan. J.-Conmicul-iig
on the pure fncl law, which
goes into orfi'ct today, Keciotary
Wilson taitl :
"Alter a dl niggle M l." yeai
imro food is nt lnsn reality. It
will do more (linn jrtiylhing else to
lirjng this uountiy (into the foi-o-mrst
place in the wot Id's commer
cial nice. American gopds will
command and even dominate the
maikcls of the woild.
"Thousands of .'industries in this
poultry will Jmvp to comply witli
the provisions of Inw or fro out iC
business. The lnw will pi event fnke
nnd Hpnrious food stuffs and dnips
hciiiff put on the niaikel without
liealins: the proper labels. The wide
inline nnd latitude which is kuoii
(l)p HPorclnry in laying down speci
iie rcffiilalions and enforeiim; theni,
will did in keopinjr the mnikat tf
the C'nited States free from all de
SAD NEW YEAR'S DAY
IN WASHINGTON HOMES
Hearses were Kepi Busy all Day Carrying Remains of the
Dead to the Cemeteries -Mrs. Daily and Her Daughter
of Newark, Ohio, Were Also Among Victims.
Washington, .Mn. 1. It was a sad
New Year's Day in ninny Washing
ton -homes. Till morning the fun
erals of the forty-five known vic
tims of, Sunday night's horror nt
Terra Cottn wore being held. Hear
ses will be busy all day today and
tomorrow carrying their burden- to
tlQ various cemeteries. Many liod
icM A't'le so liitilly mangled that the
relatives will bury without taking
q Inrtf look nt theJr faces. fSeuvices
for pl'notically -all of the dead will
he held in Washington, although in
many eases interment takes place in
-Helatives of the Dailey famUy aic
oxpected lo arih'o today from NTew-
nrk, Ohiit, ti make positive ideutifi-
cntinn of Irs. Dnilev nnd her young
AT THE WHITE HOUSE
President Roosevelt was "at Home" to the World and
During Day at Least Ten Thousand Persons Called to
Exchange Greetings with the Nation's Chief.
Washington, Jan. 1. Much to the
icliof of tho residents of tho capi
tal, ntid many visitois, 'Now
Year's day dawned, bright and al
most Hpijng like j in temporal inc.
Tho Mcntlur propnets ipiedictcd, if
U'i" yostVrfliiy'fl doluprtnr, Ibat tho
prosidei)! would slnllu; hands with n
very wot nnd bedraggled procession
.but llP pnivcrbial "Hoosovelt
hick' came enllllngly to tho front
in' tm i .', , -
CUPID FROM TOWN
Of CraW II
led his deputy, Miss
Hammond, that hoio-
go Jlconscs wpuld ho
id, Uq gles as his
tho rivalry bo
on 0 great
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Great Good to American
Drugs Must be Labeled, Giv
"It is with tJio Jiiauufadiuers
that we shall deal piiiu'ip.illy in eu
foie'lijr (he law and the result will
he Pint when one makes a piucliasc
of ford .stuffs or drujr he can lOst
jsuied that -iu is frettin-r jiust
wiiat he is payiiijr for. The proper
label must he pasted on every pack
age, seltintr forth its contents and
where alcohol, opium or ether nar
cotic is a u ingredient, the amount
must be set forth.
The whiskey interests will prob
ably he effected more than 'any
other in tli'l country. A Rieat
I'ijrht is beinjr put up liy the
"blenders" airainst .their bcin-r
compelled to label their iptodtict,
"iniitalioli whiskey". This, they
say, will simply drive tihent out of
business." Wi will insist that the
pio,isions of law .will be carried out
to the letter.
Violations of the pure food lnw
nie punishable by heavy fines or
itnpriioiiment or both.
dnughfer, Thelnian, who with tlie
father, Dr. Oliver L. Dailey, wore
numbered among the wieck's vic
tims. The bodies of .Mrs. Dailey and
her little g'nl weio so teiribly man
gled that they weio almont uu-rcc-ogniable.
They ueie iir.ict.Vally
identified by Dr. Waters, of Ilrigltt
wood. J). (A, with whom the family
had been visiting.
District cf Co'iumhin officials
w'lll make '.a seuiehing invest igatioji
into the. cause of t)ie w'teck, in ad
dition to that which is" being con
ducted by the railroad authoiities
Coioner Xevilt today took a jury
to the .scone of the disaster, iu o,r
iler to familuiize them with the
suiroundiugs. Tho foriinl inquiiy
and gnvo all possible onoouragojiicnt
(o the function.
Neailv ten thousand American
citizens, upre.seutatives of foreign
potontintoi and officcis of tho
nrmy cud nayy, stnle.sineii, judge?
ard officeholders, shook hands
with tho l'lesidenl. It was the an
nual New Year's ioreptin.ii, luid the
was "Al Homo" to
wo i Id.
come a nul-aiao,
iWhoelor claims that ho has only
permitted Uconscs to be Is3iied hore
ni a matter of convoiUenco to the
people of Hammond, who will now
havo to go to Citiwn Point to secure
tho poi'mlt boeauso (hoy havo per
mitted this privilege to bo abutcd.
J'ho rivalry between .the JustIc9Sj
wai so groat that couples vvoro
toppod on Iho, atreot and requested
flavo uioir murryniK
uono nt'-tn h;
lhnt Justice's office J
TURNS HIS A1TEBTI0N
TO PLUMBERS '.TRUST
.Terrerl.on, 0., .Tnn. 1 .-ProseeuttiiK
Attorney d 1. Taylor, who Biieceas
fully abolished so-called Insurancn
and tec trusts In this county, tins
turned his attention to (tie Master
Plumber' association which, It Is
said, has branches nt Asiitntuiln nnd
Conneaiit nnd Is a trust In violation
of the Vnlentlne law.
Thirty witnesses were subpoenaed
today for the srand jury next week.
Represented He was to te
Married and had a
Akiou, O, .Inn. 1. An unknown
iiinu winked the livery men of this
city to perfection. Ho visited all
of the utahles yesterday and an
nounced th'.it he wns to bo -tnnriioil
this morning nt ,'112 15owery-sf. "
am to be 'married at S o'clock and
I M like n couple of cabs at my
home at that time" he told the liv
ery men.- '
At the appointed hour .in tho
morning eight or ten cabs drove
to the "appointed house. The cab
men pa'iently .utMipou dheir
"What bride? There's no wed
ding heio," the woman at the door
tcplit'd. Then the cortege lelieated.
Afterward it was discovered that
the would-be biidegiooiii had pre
sented a check fo'- $'M) nt the livery
h.iins and offend to jiay for tho
cab0', for which he was charged $S
whoie two cab, were ordered. At
Hiram .Iackou'.s bam the check
accepted and W iu change was
i in leturn
SAID TO BE STARVING
Peking, Jan. I.- Owing to the ex
cessive rains and consequent failure
of tho crops the fanilno in tlio north
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wESBrJv : m'SV. $
ho fiV M''m in,. . .t.. iBQWfflB TBaJimUXtfh
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Ij1' v . v-" -1"r ' v .. ', ( " Icar In Now York Qlobo.
of Annul province In the east of Hon
an nnd In lliov whole north of Klan
Su is worse t$Jan at any time during
tho last forty years.
It Is estimated that 4,000,000 per
sons are stArvIng TenR of thousands
aro utterly destitute nnd are wander.
Inj; over the grinntry. The darner Is
Increased , by jthc activity of seen t
societies' as thp wanderers are gladly
Joining thorn in order to obtain ilet
Abojtt CO,000refiificos have rcirhed
the vli'lnlty of Nanking In a plt
lablo condition. The authorities aro
unable to cope with the situation.
Indications now are That He
will Succeed Cassatt of
Philadelphia, .Ian, 1. A mecthiK
of the "board pf directors of the
Pennsylvania railroad was held last
evening, nt wfilblt tho elect Ion of a
Micec'hor to ihulate President Caf-
satl was considered.. The membeis
of the board would make no state
ment as to whijt action If any wa
taken. All of- ibo directors but one
wore prcbcnt ht tho meetliiK. which
lasted from 1 until 7 o'clock.
It was slated by a poison who Is
In a position io know that James
MoCrea. f Plituburg, will probably
be elected to 1111 the vacancy and
that tho matte,' will likely be settleil
at a mooting o(f .'o luvird to bo held
on WdnuAilay. y i.i.
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author-ok,'(Jde to the
' OHIO i-SKS TOR DIVORCE
Toledo, O , .Tu.i. 1. Domestic In
felicity In njliirary home was evi
denced .late McLday afternoon when
Ida EokcrtJI'iwreme, who wtoIo the
ode. (Q,:U5l.W;?l;shipOhIo, , filed , a
iult for divorce from Frederick 'A.
Lawrence, alleging extreme cruelty.
Mrs. Lawience alleges that her bus.
band abused her so that she had chills
and reer. Hie states that she 1h a
literary woman and had suffered
keenly because of her husband's no.
Dover, Del.. Jan. 1. With the
m "oiun deletion ever
elected and with John IMward Ad.
tilths uunuiiL mi mi' in ni iiinu iu ii
yearn, tho Dolnwaro asbenibly iiRaln
deadlocked over oiganizatiou.
'i ae contest Is between tho forces
of United Stntos Senator Alee and
former United States Senator An.
thony lllgglns, Allea showed surpils
R. I. P.
Railroads will be Thrown In
to Hands of Receiver Un
less Car Shortage is
Austin, Tpx., Jan. l.-Tlio Texas
iiillion.il commission has made the op
en threat to tlnow a number of rall-
loads of this state into the hands of
lecelverH unless they relieved the ex
isting car shortage) sttuntlon Imniodl.
Iu a letter today, to V. C. Preston.
Kcno-al freight iigent of the Texas
linos of tho.Kilsco railroad, Com.
mlS3loner C. 11. Colonltt stated that?
uio coniiiiision is overwhelmed with
complaint- of shippers of the refusal
of railroads to auiept and forward
freight. Ho gives thls warning:
Tilde Is pending in this office a
number of motions by Commissioner
Mayfleld to put several railroads In
tho hands of receivers and If tho
managers of these properties cannot
peifoim their duties to the public
without such unreasonable delay
and the situation I- not relieved wllh-
In a leasounble tlmo I (shall vote for
his motions as a lollef to the public
nnd let the rouits mil the rnllioads
foi a while "
Leading Paper in Dick's
Home Town Favors Nom
ination of Secretary.
Akron, 0., Jan. 1. The Ilcacon.
Journal, official Republican organ of
ihlscUynnd; county, camo out uuc
(piivoCT II yaffils cvcnlifg-for 'i'rift for
president, dcpltc Senator Dick's res
idence heio nnd t o filendllness thnt
hns nlways existed between htm and
The n.ir.er leealla its niinouiiceinent
mndo for Taft for president tho day
after his fniuous speech here In the
campaign of 1!)0."). which attracted
attention at Washington. W. It,
Uadvsln is editor of tho paper.
RHODE ISLAND'S WEW
OFFICERS TAKE THE OATH
!' Monro, It. I.. .Ian. 1. Gover
nor .luinos. 11. Iliggins nnd the new
state officcis wore induced into of
t'Vo this moruiiKr. Hoth branches'
of the legislature wore called to or
der at 1(1 o'clock and at noon both
men net iu grand committee and
the of fit cis weio .worn in.
STANDARD WILL CONTROL
Hall Street Believes That the Death of President Cassatt
Practically Throws Rockefeller Interests in Control of
the Great System Cassatt Blocked Rockefeller's
Now Yoik, .Inn. l.With the
dentil of I'lesident Tasntt, it is con
f'ldcntialiy believed iu "Wall .street
that the great Pennsylvania system
will now pins under the control of
For .veais Cns-nft balked every
el foi I of the Hookefeliers to seie
tne'kTcnnslvaiiia. It was the Vefusal
nf the I'eiins.vlvaniii to give the oil
tiiwl rebates, (,nt caused the
TWO OFFICERS WOUNDED
IN PREMATURE EXPLOSION
Signal Bomb Being Fired in New Year's Celebrationat
Havana Lets go Unexpectedly and the Three Hundred
Guests Assembled at Reception Have Close Call.
Havana, .Inn. 1. Thicp hundred
pel Miiis-, olO'ois and iiienibeis of
their iamilic, had narrow escapes
in a pi ('mature explosion of u .sig
nal bomb which was being. fired last
uicht lo welcome iu the New Year.
Captain l'urloiig of the general
slafi and (Icddings of the medical
coip-, weio scitously iujuied.
SHORT NEWS ITEMS.
Judge ICvhiis In the fodoial court at
Louisville, lty., declared, the employ
er t(' liability act uncoiutltutlonal. The
decision Is tho first banded' down In
connection with this net.
(Jen. John Hat rigor died suddenly at
Asbury Park, N. J. He was 75 years
of ago. lie bctved In tho war of tho
lebelllou and In 18G3 was piomoted to
tho inuk of bilgadler geneial.
Tho pope has Issued an encyclical
pronouncing u solemn ban on the new
Catholic sect known as tho Mai lav its.
who lately havo spiead widely lu Uuw
slau Poland, and lias excommunicated
the founder of the new lellglou.
Upwaids of J4S.000.0U0 was paid for
diamonds and other precious stones
impoited at Now Yoik In the jeur
1'tOfi iu shown bv flguiou compiled by
iho dot ,ni) (..ithoiltlcs. Tills exceeds
that of the piecedlug jenr by $i;,0U0,.
Acting on Itiformatlon furnished by
a traitor, thu police hau captuicd
ovei 100 leadois and meinbers of the
St. Peteisbuig mllltaiy oiganUatlou
of the boclal democtats, who weio
conducting a pinpagnuda lu the uimy
Bank Teller Is a Defaulter.
Paltlnioie, Jan. 1. Chaiged with de
faulting to the amount of $,S00, Will
iam II. White, puIiig teller of the
Canton national bank, wns given 11
hoaiiug bcfoio United States Commis
sioner lingers 011 Monday and was
held 111 $10,000 ball to answer the
chin go befoio tho fedeial gtand jury.
Uauk Kxamlner Ilahn, who examined
Wlilte's books, says' White admitted a
shoitago and told the examiner that
ho had spent the money lu beautifying
his home. White Is about .'!0 yea is
old. Ho had been with the bank since
Appleton, Wis., Jan. 1. A pi hit pa
per mill syndicate, capitalized at bev
el al million dollais nnd Including
every newspaper mill lu Wisconsin,
Michigan and MiimeMitu, Is lu piocess
of foiiiiutlon. The syndicate will take
Iho place of the Geneial Paper Co.,
which was oideied out of existence
several mouths ago by tho fedoiul
couits, Its opoiutlous having boon con
tiary to tho Shorninn anti-trust law.
Stewart Threw Bricks,
l.oaveuwoith, Kuu., Jan, 1. OIIlclul
Investigation of thu dlstui banco be
tween a street car conductor and no
gio soldlois on Decoinber 4 wns com
pleted -Moudny, showing that Pilvato
Slewait, Troop V, Ninth cavuliy,
thiew btlcks Into the ulectilc car.
Murderer Stole $10,000.
Kaiibaa City, Jan. 1. Tho police
piofess to bollovo that the murderer
of Thoiuab W. Funning, tho aged io
cluse who wus found dead in lilt, homo
heio Sunday, took $10,000 supposed to
liavo boon kept In an old 'chest. No
clue to the muduicr has been found.
Gov, Warner Is Sick.
Dotwdt, Mich., Jan. J. Advices
f 1 0111 Fuiuilugtou, Mich., tlio home ot
fioy. Fied M, Waiuer, say that ha
h sick with bionchlal tumble and will
be unable to go to Lansing for his In
migmutlon today for a second tuna. '
Rockefeller inleiesls to build pipo
line to iidewater. The Standard al
ix'iidy viitiially controls the New
York Central and Kiie, together
w'lth the Atchison, St. Paul and
Hairinian railroads. Henry C: Frlck
is to be the doininatinf foipe in the
affairs of the Pennsylvania road in
the luliire and through hinl. the.
Ito'kelVller nileiests will at lenst
pievuil in the svstcni. -1
The accnlent occurred nt tho recep
tion being tendered to Gcnornl Hell
at the officcis club, and owing to
the number pie.-ent it is regarded ns
most misaculoiw that but two were
hurt. Hoth will lecovcr.
General Hell today assumed the
rank of mnjor general and sails at
noon 1'oj- Washington. Geneial Wint
becomes commander at Havana.
Mark Twain Gives a Very
Pleasant New Year's En
tertainment at His New
New Yoik, .Tnn. 1. Maik Twain,
the youthful throe .score year 'and
ten ami then sonic humorist, gave
one of the most successful Now
Year's parties last night and this
morniiur that hns marked the cele
bration ot the holiday in New Yoik.
Clemens entertained his guests
by appealing accompanied by a
youth gaibcd as his Satanic iMajos
t, to wlirm ho was tied with baby
tihboii. The humorist explained that
his other self was a ' lit t lo black
man" who was responsible for
of his misdeeds in life. After do
daring he had fin'ally conquered
his "other .self" and -announcing
t'iat his will was now dominant,
"the other felf" proceeded io
accuiuulate a ".state" to the appar
ent chagiin of the humoi'nt. 'Phis'
bit nf by-play gave Clemens oppor
tunity to make much merriment. Al
the conclusion ho declined: "Next
to the dnj 1 put on loiur trousers,
this ir the happiest occasion of mv
Connelly the Author of Sea
Stories will be Drafted for
Duty on Alabama.
Wnshington, Jan. 1. James
Ccymelly, thu well known iiuthor of
sea htories Jins asked tho pjusid
ent.'.s permission to enlUt for"1 lvv
years as n yeoman, 'and tomorrow 'ho
will bo drafted for dutv on tho
Tho idea originated sonio'' tim
ago ii tlio cMu.so of a conversation
between the president nnd, Connelly
and it is cupectPd tho auihor -will
become the Kipjipg of t,lidXniipd
States iiivfy. IIu is' lo bo-nccoided
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