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The Marion Daily Mirror,
VOLUME XV. NO. 145.
MAIUON, OHIO. WEDNESDAY BVBSNIN"0. 'JANUARY 23, 1907
PRICE TWO CENTS
SENATOR BAILEY ELECTED
DESPITE THE OPPOSITION
He had Votes to Spare When the Texas Legislature
was Through Balloting Senator Tillman
is Also Returned.
New Jersey Legislators are Deadlocked, Senator Drydon
Within Six Votes of Enough to Elect Him-Oregon, Ala
bama, West Virginia, Minnesota, Kansas, Wyoming
and Illinois Elect Senators -Cullom is Returned From
Illinois Alter Having Served Contmously Since 1883.
Austin, Texas, .Tun. 23. -United
States Senator Joseph W. Bailey
was ycslcrday elected United States
fcouator from this tato by u vote, In
the two branches of the legislature of
108, to 45. In the state senate tliu
vote was 10 In favor of Sonntor4j)y
Halley and 10 against him and In the
lower lionso Senator Halley received
fcO volca and .tr were cist ngalnat
Titu ttu In opposition to Senator
lljlloy roprefented a cattorlng vole,
cast for Cecil Lyon, the Republican
nominee; Governor T. .l. Campbell,
former Representative A. V. Ter
rell and other prominent men of the
Htat.'. In the house, seven nicm
hers present did not ulu and two
The uto necessary to an election Is
SI! votes, and yesterday'-, result being
well above tho required amount, thus
returns Senator Halley to tho United
Stales senato for u lerm of six years.
Tho, two houses will meet In Joint
t-cBdlon today to canvass the votes
The opponents of Mr. Halley made
on effort In the house yesterday low: ICx.Oovernor Griggs. 5; .Jus-morning-
to sccuro tho adoption of a Hlco Mnhlon I'ltney, 1; State Treas.
resolution, providing that should tho
legislature vote unanimously for the
ejection of Senator Bailey, tho latter
USED FORAKER FOR A
Senators Have Fun With the Leader of the Old Guard and
Then Adopt His Resolution, Making Him Believe He
Emerged From a Very Small Hole.
Washington, Jan. 22. After tliu
United States donate got through haz
ing Senator Forakcr yesterday aflor.
noon, tho Urownsvlllo resolution was
Who senator Milt professes to be
lieve that ho emerged fiom a very
trying posltUm with mjiiio degree of
credit; if uny other senator thinks to,
ho didn't express his thoughts.
What tho sonaturs did was to Iry
Forakor'fi temper to the utmost by
tho presentation of one substitute tea.
wlutiou after uuother.
Several times Fornkor lost his tem
per, but ho managed to toutrol him.
self and allowed tho sciuitu Ho car
ry out tho agreement to vote down
everything but the latest amendment,
Senator Culbcivon. of Texas, made
Forakor listen to uuother taunting ar.
ralgnnient. lie called attention to
tlnj fact that the Ohio Henalor had
IntroJneed no less than six different
lesolutlons regarding tho trouble with
tho negro troops of tho Twenty-fifth
t Infantry, lljustratlug very clearly and
' forcibly how ho had quibbled and
fliecn vompolled llnally to ylold to
tho -wishes of tho president and his
There is a growing opinion that
itvith thl aflornoon's exhibition the
Urownsvlllo Incident is a closed one;
' SENTENCK IN THE PEN
'. ColiMihus tlim. 211. Kdwanl
T'ltckjhsi'J". the (lalion niiiiiui'ucluis
er, ivlio was sentonced In seven
and one liajl' jvnv in the iicniteu
Viarv for aidiug' in wrock'uiir tlio
Oalion lnmk, won "received at that
institution at noon today.
RAGING IN CHICAGO
Chicufio, Jan. 23. Conlng-ioua
diseases are sproadiii!? to an aiayni
'ipg extent in tliis city. Two hun
dred and twonty-thrce now eases of
h'eavlct fovcr, 53 of diphtheria, and
four of stuallpos
should submit his name to the people
in a special primary to bo held with.
In tho next HO days for n review of
tho charges picferred ngnliii-t htm and
that, should the result be adverse to
him, ho would resign.
This proposition was not accepted
the friends of Senator Halley and
Its further consideration was voted
down by a vote of ill) to 51.
The special Invc-tlgntlou committee
of the two branches of the .state leg.
Mature were engaged last night In
tonsldcrlng the charges against Sen
Trenton. N. .1., .Ian. 23. The two
houses of, the legislature yeste-thy
took the llrst i-oparate vote for United
Slnte.4 senator, and the balloting left
tho hcuatorsulp in a deadlock. Sen.
a tor Diydcn, who Is a cindldate for
lo.election, received the Votes of the
3ii men wjio pratleipated In the Rc-puhlli-nn
cnueus. Mr. Drydcu re.
reived 12 votes In the senato and
24 in tho house. Fortyono votes are
required to elect.
1 The nntl-Dryden men oted as fol-
urer Urlggs, 2.
TJhj Democratic vote was cast as
follows: Colonel Edwin A. Stevens,
that Micro will not be any real inves
tigation on tho part of tho senate
comniiltcu. All of which would only
Ihn more fully expose the hollowneKs
of Senator Fornkor'n remarkable pie.
The Forakcr leiolullon as adopted
nulliorlion tho (ouimittee on military
affairs to Investigate the facts of
tho nrfriiy at Hrowiisvillu on the
nights of Aug. 13 and II laM, with
out' iuo?Uoulpg tho legality or Jiihtlco
of nuy net of the prehldeut lit rein.
tlon to or lonueeted with that af
fray. This action came after the
subject of tho president's discharge
of the negro troop- had been under
coiishlciatlou almost dally since the
Unit day of tho present hesslon of
congress, and every phase of Mio
question had been dlseus-cd on all
henalor Manorys suiHtltute rcso.
Iutlou declaring that tho pto.sldcut
had authority for his course and act
ed Justly, was tabled by a vote of
13 to 22. Another by Senator .Me.
Cumber, -Imply providing for an In
vestigation without H'foiencn to tho
prpsldent in any manner, was tabled
by a viva voce vote. A third by
Senator Culbei-hou, simply Indorsing
the president's action anil providing
for no Investigation, was tallied by a
roll call vote of If. to 10.
hoi led during tlio past 2-1 hums,
II is decided to keep the schools
open, unless the apjiearauco of dis
eases anion,'' tho pupils shows tho
advisability if elosinir them.
500,000 ROUNDS OF
liiehmond. Vn., Jan. 2:i.-Fire,
early this uioruiny destroyed the
Will'unis building:, of Surbrus's to
bacco factory and tlio Adams ex
press offices. The Richmond Mines'
armory was located in tho Williams
building and was stockud with 500,
000 'rounds' of ammunition which
exploded. Fifty thousand dollaW
worth of goveriiuioitt propel ty :gi
tliu armory was also destroyed. Tho
otiil loss is W00(000,
10; Dr. Wood row Wllhun, 10; James
M. .Marline, 10.
Today the joint balloting will be
gin, one ballot being taken each iluy
until tho deadlock is broken.
Salem, Ore., .Ian. 23.--Krai W.
Molkcy, Republican, or I'oitland, was
yesterday elected to the United Slates
-oantu for the short term anil J n
alhan r,oitrue, Jr., Uepublienn of
Portland, for the long term. The
legislature today, In joint bcsslon,
will ratify the election.
Columbia, S. U., .Ian. 23. -H'Hh
houses of tho legislature joslordny
re-elected Hon. H. II. Tillman to the
United States senate. The election
will bo confirmed today in Joint ses
Alabama, .John T." Morgan and 12.
West Virginia, Stephen 11. Klklns.
Mlnnesotn, Knuto Nelson.
Knnsiu. Charles Curtis.
Wyoming. Francis 12. Warren.
Illinois Shelby M Cullom.
.Mr. Cullom has .been a member
tho MMiato since 1SS3.
IT IS EXPECTED THAT IT
JURY FROM THE TWO tiU IN JJKJiU iAL.iiamiin--ovAYJ.ii wj&jujl- jvuvt
WOMEN ATTEND THE TRIAL AND ALL ARE HEAVILY VEILED
THAW IS EXTREMELY NERVO US AND REQUIRES A STRONG
EFFORT ON HIS PART TOr,CONTROL HIMSELF-JEROME
IS CONDUCTING THE PROSECUTION.
New York, .Ian. 23. -The light to
nave Marry Kendall Thaw from ex
ecution In tho electric chair, for
daylng Stanford White, began this
iiioi nlng before .luslicc Fitzgerald in
the aumenii! court. The drawing of
n Jury to try the young l'lttsburg
millionaire began with the opening of
court, and it will be days beforo
t'iiu jury Is' selected fiom tho two
hundred talesmen. Thaw aided his
counsel in picking the jurymen.
l;ng beforo the !:,ur set for tho
trial, crowds Hocked to the criminal
lourt building and lllled Mio rotunda.
ISvery entrance to Hie courtroom was
guarded by Mm police. Only talesmen
and reporters were allowed to enter
the court room.
The trial Inn overshadowed the
.Mollnaux and Patrick trials. Over
wo hundred newspaper men made
i mm-MMMMm flEcw-
'GIVEN A SHAKE.
Rome,' Jan. 23. A so
voro oarthquako shock was
folt this morning in cen
tral Italy near the Adriatic
Court Indefinitely Postpones
the Melon Cutting for
St. Paul, Jan. 'J.'!. A tempor
ary injunction veil ruining the pro-po.-cil
.(iO,IIOO((HIO additional stock
is.siie by tho Ureal Northern rail
way win granted by the district
This action icuhis the
1 1 Mir nl the mel' u
James .1. Hill repcnt, 'anlei'iui
TRIAL FOR THE MURDER OF
SANFORD WHITE BEGAN TODAY
WILL REQUIRE SEVERAL
application for admission to icport
the trial. No spectators anallowcd
in tho trial romi. Conespomlents
are preacnl trom Paris, London and
Occupying seals behind the prisoner
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wero .Mrs. wiiuam iiiaw, nminu "
Hurry; Mr. Hvelyn Ne&blt Thaw,
tho artist model wife; tho Countess
of Yarmouth, titled sisicr oi mu
defendant; Jiis. George Carnegie, a
sister of Thaw, and Miss .May .Mc
Kenzic, a chorus girl friend of Hv.
elyn Thaw. The party was accom
panied by I2d ward Thaw, a brother
of Marry Thaw and George Carnegie.
All women were heavily veiled.
Thaw was cxueniujy nervous and
It U apparent that he Is exerting nil
his forces for self-control. Mo was
Heated but a lew minutes when he
took tho great brown ulster, which
lie brought with him, and drew It
around his shoulders, although the
THE SHADOW OVER CUBA.
EARTHQUAKE DID DAMAGE
OUTSIDE OF KINGSTON
lely postponed, tu llw
ern will appeal to
couit, where the ease will drag
til -May next, at the earliest,
general, the court holds that
si ale may impose wholesome
"Irniuts upon the issue of stock
by NOT A PARALLEL CASE
,0F BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR
Washington, .Tan. 23. The war de
partment officials aver that tho Co
lumbus soldier riot Is unlike th?
Brownsville nn'ray. They claim they
are not giving It attention, and that
the local commanding officers will
dispose of it In the icgulnr way. In
view of the report that Foraker's
friends aie framing up a icport for
him,, it is safe to reckon that Major
Olenn to -o report the proceedings
that they may stand any sort of an
attack in the senate.
DAYS TO SECURE THE!
room was excciiingiy warm, no wore
a Milt of dark blue clothes.
District Attorney Jerome h person
ally conducting the wibo for the pros
ecution, usdltod by iisalhliint district
attorney liarvan. Clifford W. llart-
rhlgo and Judge Oelinas, ol Call,
fornia, aro chief counsel lor Thaw.
Jt N now known that tho ilol'cii'sc
i'or the killing' will bo "emotional
The exauil'iiatiou of talesmen
moved with a celerity seldom wit-
n.isii.l hi "Tear. niiiriler Ilia s. I
mi i: .i i ..it. ...;....!.. .. 4i.idlsciis
lllilll IlllV'llVfJ tllll'lll I I L-I(I I HIU
exaniinatioii oL talesmen but ruroly
looked at llicin or the aliornoys for
the slate. Deniinj; 15. Smith, a re
tired umbrella manufacturer, was
tho firl juror selected. He will
be foreman of the jiuy. Frank 11.
Hill, a painter, the fourth (nlcsumn
examined, wii chosen as Hie second
A Path Five Miles Wide From Bluff Bay to Kings
ton was Completely Devastated and Much
Damage is Done in the Surrounding
Inhumanities Shown to Refugees by Englishmen Present
and Native Jamaicans Causes Much Comment The
Swettenham-Davis is not Closed and the Recall of the
Governor May ResultNatives of Kingston are Vry
Indignant Over the Affair and are not Slow in Ex
pressing Their Disapproval.
Kingston. Jim. 23. The publica.
tlon In the Mally Telegraph of
Governor Swetienhniu's letter to
Hear Admiral Mavis has gieatly In
tensified the resentment of the resl
''jnts against the governor for re
buffing the tenders uf American as
sistance and there I- u movement on
font here to demand the lccall of the
A small minority, mostly officials,
support Governor Swettenhani and
their views weiv voiced by the Hev.
Mr. Graham, pastor of the Methodist
church, who declared that the gov.
ernor was Justified in lesentlng the
landing of Americans. "This N n
Mrltlsh colony, not Cuba or a Spanish
American republic," he .y.ild.
correspondent of the pi ess spoke
Governor .Swettenhani regarding
the Davis Incident. The governor
said ho had not Invited Hear Admir
al Davis to laud sailors. Asked if
he Indorsed .the action taken by Hear
Aunilrnl Davis, tho governor replied:
"That is a matter between myscll
and Hear Admiral Davis, to whom I
Tho governor said his refereneo in
his letter to Hear Admiral Davis to
a tramp pillaging the house of a
Now York millionaire was merely .1
A meeting of the rollof coiumltleo
wa- held here yesterday on the call
of Mm governor to discover the pre
cise conditions attending the differ,
once between the governor and tlio
admiral. At Mio close of this meet,
lug and after having read Governor
Swottcnhani'a letter to Hear Admlial
Davis. Dr. Muos Nuttall. archbishop
'nT .1. 'luilnn .iii'i.ltf tin. ,,ii'm..tti. 1 1
' ...v.... ..... f,,.. ...V ftf....!-., i...
the matter, saying if ho
lound the ccudltIoii warranted, he
would send a personal explanatory
cablegram to President Hoosovelt.
Tho archbishop was unable to seo
tho governor owing to the latter'sab
sencc nt headquarters, hut will seo
Tlio archbishop deprecated tlio Idea
that Governor Swettciihain'.s action
would icsult In a national animosity.
"It was merely the result of the dic
tatorial character of the governor,"
he said. "Ills Imperious manner, his
frequent abuse of subordinates and
his discourtesy to citizens have earned
him great unpopularity, althuugh
otherwli-o he lb regarded as u com.
parutlvely conscientious official."
New York, .Inn. 2
refugees from Kingston,
riving here on board
EXPLOSION OCCURS IN A
COLORADO COAL MINE
Twenty Men are Known to be Dead and it is Thought tho
List will be Greatly Increased Many Injured arc
Known to be Under Debris-Details not Obtainable.
Trinidad, Colo., Jan. 2.1. -Twenty
miners are knuwn to ho dead and
scon's, of others injured, eatly this
aiunnim4as the icsult of an ex
plosion in Priineio mine of the
Colorado Fuel and Iron company.
Ilecausc of the impossibility uf pen
etratiiitT into the shaft, tho exact
number of killed and injured is
not obtainable. Tho explosion , oc
curred in the main entry of the
mine and, according to first re
ports, was caused by 11 "windy"
shot. Tho hay shaft was going to
work and a great uuinbor of
miners wero in (hu entry when tho
uiexpeclcd blast occurred. Moro
ll'rlnz KItel Frledrleb, which sailed
I from the stricken city on Thursday
'afternoon last, the third day after
the earthquake, were unanimous in
'condemning what they termed the
'Inactivity and utter Inefficiency of
,the Kngllsh authorities 011 the island
during the llrst days following tho
disaster. For three day:. or up to
the day the Prlnz Mitel sailed, they
said t'lere was no semblance of ord
er ami nothing definite done in tho
matter of relieving the sufferings of
many of the wounded.
It was asserted that men and wo
men wno sought slielter on uoara tno
Hrltlsh stcamlHJat Port Kingston
which was chartered for Sir Alfred
Jones party from Kngland, were put
ashore, and that the plea of tho1
American refugees that he women of
their party be allowed at least tho '
privilege of sleeping on the open
decks of Port Kingston, was refused
with "great Incivility."
Tho Injured who had been taken on
board tho amo steamer for an asyU
11111, were put ashore the day follow.
lug the earthquake, Tuesday, and
wero left on tho railway wharf until
cared for by the American naval
authorities on Thursday.
The Prinz Mitel issengerH told or
tho great relief tho arrival of the
American bquutlrou brought to thu
terror-stricken people, and worn
amazed to hear of the rupture which
has occurred between Governor Swet
tcuhaiu and Admiral Davis.
The protect of tho American refu.
gees against tho conduct and bchav.
lur of certain officials on the island
was voiced at a mass meeting held
on board tho Prlnz KItel Frlcdricli
.Monday, when resolutlodns were
adopted and addressed to "the gen
eral public nu the international
'Among tho passengers on tlio
Prlnz I2ltcl Frlederich was Rev. Leo
M. Wellman, of Uryan, Ohio.
London, Jan. 23. The Hrltlsh gov
ernment and nation, having shown
the strongest reprobation of tho at
titude of Governor Swettenhani of
Jamaica in bringing about the with,
drawal of the American warships
under the command of Hear Admiral
Davis, from Kingston, thu chief in
terest now centers in the governor's
long-deferred r?ply to tlio British
government'., urgent demand for an
explanation of his conduct, as this
will give the llrst adequate means of'
determining tho government's final
Continued on Paso Four
than ten men wero killed outright',
and others aro pinioned under huge
quantities of broken timbers and
The body of Frank lloabt, a tyn
beiuian, wa first recovered. It
was found near thu entrance, iliu
yond liimi tho dead and injured lay
Tho force of tho eNplosion shat
tered the timber supports, bringing
down rocks and coal. Physiciuns
loft Trinidad for tho( iniiio on a
special train. Accordiaig a message
from Primoro, 11 state of panic ox.
ists in tlio iniiiing town, duo to u
fear that firo may add to tho, bor.
nirs of tho situatiou. . .
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