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The Marion41 Daily Mirror.
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VOLUME XV. NO. 148.
MABION, OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. .fANUAHY 20, 1907.
PKIOE TWp CENTS
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MOVE MADE BY HARRY THAW
It is Reported That Unless Miss Mae MacKenzie
Remains Away From the Trial; Delmas
Will Retire From the Case.
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw's Mother is Prosttated Because of
the Prominence Which She has Gained as the Result of
Thaw Trial -She Says She has no Connection With the
Case but That Her Son, Howaid Nesbit, "Will Testify
for the Prosecution--Thaw is Pleased With the Jurors so
Now York. .Inn. 120. - Unity
Thaw ma'dti a vigorous protest to
h'w cquiifet today, against llic
State's alioliistf who sit within the
mil of tjio' oirt anil watch him.
to detect evidences of insanity.
Thaw declared lis rights are being
invaded and he could not lie forced
to undergo audi an examination.
.lorcnjo is convinced the defciifo
will enter a plea of emotional in
sanity and he has ai ranged that
each daj alienists shall sit witjiin
the ra'l mi they can watch eery
move and action of Thaw. The de
fendant when ho first became
nwaroof what was going on, seem
ed someuhr.it amused, but quickly
FORAKER TURNS HIS ATTENTION
TO, CLEVELAND CONGRESSMAN
f "i(W v !
Just Emerging From His Stinging Defeat in the Browns-
ville "Affair,, He Begins to Organize a Fight Against
Burton and the Rivers and Horbors Committee.
Washington, Jan. 20. Not con
tent with having ntlrrcd up n hur.
pet'u ntst in the senate over tho
Brownsville lneh'.ent anil having
been eevoroly stung by the insects
hlmsolf, Senator Foraker Is now
tryiuy to organize, an opposition to
the passing of the river and-haihor
bl .is prepared by Chairman Bur
ton nnd the other member of the
house rivers ttlidVuurbois committee.
There r.rc a largo hlimbcr of ssnn.
tors who tio not feel that their
state Julya been token care of In
too nieasilie. as reported by .Mr. Bur
ton ns they' should bo, and naturally,
some antagonism is being displayed
by tbesio statesmcilj
Sona(or ifornkei- has not lost tho
opportunity to magnify biich a move,
ment of opposition; and is doing
ovory thing in his bower to embaiass
Representative Barton. It Is the
plan 6f theso disgruntled senators,
encouraged by, tho ..enlor senator
fiom Ohio to so amend tho meas
ure whon if reaches the uppjr
branch of congress that oven .Mr.
Biirtoa himself will not recognize
It when it is linally passed by the,
senate. A deslio to wcnlceu Mr.
Burton politically, is generally
HeidvOvef the Remains' of
Late Senator Alger at
iWaelltigioni Jan. 20. -Funeral
poplces overllie leniains Of Sen.
frtpi vbae A. Alger were held at
tjio . ldtu residitce at 3 o'clock this
piftcrnoou. !PiesIdont RjQObovelt,
Vlco President Fairbanks, nioinbors
of the senutQ pud house nnd public
orflcjils attended. Rev. Ur. Wal
lace ilauN'Mff0. of tho Now York
Avenue I'resbjteilan Church, and
pr. Udwafd Kvorett Halo, phaplatu
p( tle senato, conducted tho cuio-
Tho body will bq taken to Botrolt,
.leaving here op tho Pennsylvania
i . . L .
burial will take
V). a Blue aomlny. '
became annoyed when he ip:ili7C(1
that every mental phase was being
jotted down The .State's alienists
who aie making this couitioom ex
amination, yire Doclois Allen Me
Lane Hamilton.. Austin Klynt, Car
los MncDonuld and W. K. Million.
Lawyer Delmas, for the defense,
today. ;s leported to hae declar
ed that he will withdraw frojn the
case unless Miss MucKenio, tho
actress, fiiuiid of Mrs. Kvelyn Nes
bit Thau, leniains away from the
court room. Delmas is said to liavoiThaw family iclations. A rumor
I'haiacteiized Miss Maelvenio's
conduct in couit as light, and friv
olous and likely tn piejudice the
minds of the eolirt nnd jury.
ceptetl as Senator l'oraker's mot
ive. President Roosevelt is not in the
least Oisturbed over the rumored in
tcntlou of Senator Foinker lo bilng
tho question of the reu'nt rioting
by troops nt Columbus barracks to
the attention of tho sehata. The
president and tho war department
have the greatest lonlldoncc in
Lieutenant Colonel Gloun, lonimanrt
Iiik of I leer at the Columbus bar.
racks. It was pointed out yester.
day ny some it the officials that
It Senator Foraker 'intends to ask
for congressional In obligations ev
ery limn tin enlisted man in tho
iu my Jet charged with misbehaving
himsMf, that body at least the sou
ate, ran do little elce.
Senator Fornker's falluro In the
DioviiRillo affair Jias been the
means of delaying every Important
matter in the senate. Despite tho
fa.it that thcio aro but flvo weeks
still remaining or tho short session
of congress, practically nothing has
been accomplished by tho upper
branch, becnuso of tho effoits of
Senator Foraker to embarass Prcsl.
dent Uoosovelt. Another attempt on
tho .jari of tho senator to delay
public business would meet with a
vory'filgld reception on tho lait
of his Republican colleagues.
A Remarkable Case, in Court.
Toledo, flan. 20, A novel caso w)ll
bo tiled in police couit whon F. J.
Yoik, a piintor, will bo prosecuted by
tho Typosiaphlcal union for woiklng
In n non-union sliop nftoc accepting
fitilko funds. Voik enno to Toledo
nfter a strlko was declatod against n
number of job pi luting olllces. Tho
union printers agreed to give him
btrlko pay if ho would jnomlso not to
accopt n position In n shop employing
non-union pilntois. For about four
months York received pay and thou
bioko his ngreomont. Ho la charged
with obtaining pionoy under false pie
tonses. The Bailey Investigation Proceeds.
Austin, Te:; Jan. 2&,t-T1io legis
lative Investigating commltlco having
In chaigo tho complaints against Unl
ted States Senator Bailey is In sos
sloii. Senator Bailey was In poustaut
attendauco on Filday's session and In
u marked dogieo conducted tho ex
amination1, though iu tho lnniu indl
tectly, Nothing of a dcfinlto patuiu
Columbu,, O., Jan. 20. Flio last
ltif.ii t in ttosratora of tjio Bell-'Daua
Co.i VouKPhoid furnluhlngH, caused
loss ot $50,100, tho dnnuga Uelu
' cau8CU ? r'VBr $
culofly causcu uy wr.ior.
Truxloii U'cals. an iiupoitanl
witness for Thaw, has at rived in
New Yoik and will appear when
wanted. lfealo is one of the most
.'mportnnt witnesses for tho de
fense. Thaw told his counsel today that
he is inoic than pleased with the
jurors selected and is mom hope
ful than ever of being acquitted.
I'ittsbunr. Pa., .Ian. 2.-Mw.
Chas. .T. Hollnnn. who today is ill
in bed from nervous piostiation
hi ought oil by the notoriety she has
receied in the Thaw case, has dc
elaieil jipsitively that she has ab
solutely no connection with the
ttial of her son-in-law. She admit
ted, however, that her .son. How
ard Nesbit would testify for the
Evelyn Thaw was an early caller
at tho Tombs today. Later dio was
joined by Mr-. W'lliam Thaw and
her son. .losiah. I'ollowing the
family conference Thau' had a la-Ik
with 'A. Unwell l'e.ibody of the
counsel for the defense, as a re
sult of which 1'eabody irae out a
J former denial of the widely cir
culated stoiies of a rupture in the
was in circulation, but was denied
by Thaw's attorneys, that the
Countess Yarmouth leturns lo
Europo this af lei noon.
If'Swetterham is Askad to
Resign it Will Not be
Blameable Upon U. S. t
Washington. .Ian. 2ll. It was
stntujl by a high official of the ad
miiiistiatiou today, that if Swet
lonhnin, goPinor of Jamaica, is
asked to leiigu, it will be due en
tiiely to the ntt'tude assumed to
lynul him by his own government,
.mil not. iu tho .slightest degieo be
cause of any lerpiest or iiitiiunltiou
iiuldo by the United Statu.
American Sailors Would Ac
cept Nothing for Recover
ing Jewelry From the
Kingston, .Tan. 2C -Natives and
Englishmen here nio indignant over
the' aspersion cam mi American
Bailors by SwettenhamVi lilrellntTH,
who started ' tta 1 umur that Amer
ican sailors, weio guilty of looting.
Today Oswald Mllkow, One of the
leadln,? Jewelers, made nubile, an af-
lldavlt that American marines le.
covered $.",000 worth ot his stock,
which looters weio making away
with and refused to even accept lit
tle souvenirs from him. ,
A Prominent Stalen Island
Physician is Shot in Bed
by a Burglar.
Now "York, ,.Tan. 2fi. Dr. Charles
Wilnvit TownsPiid, one of the most
prom.nent physicians or Staten Isl
and, was fatally shot while ho lay
In bo I beside his wife, early thU
morning, by a burglar, who had ou.
tered tho htmse, New Urlghtpu, by
forcing a wfudow.
Tlnre Is a leniaikable similarity
in the hhootihg to that which caused
tho death' of Charles Ij. Spier, sec
retary to IU H. Rogers, t-omo
mon'ln ago, and this lends' mystery
to tho cape.
OEMURKRRS TO INDICTMENTS
OF RAILROADS OVERRULED
JIlnncapolN, Jllun.', Jnn. 2G.
Demurrers have b'ecn filed- by the
lallroids and grafii&'omiianles lo the
lecent indict nientHFOf tho fedural
granl Jur. in thcrebntc cases were
overruled by federal .liulgo Morrison
FRANCE TO HAVE AN
' AUTOMATIC DIVORCE LAW
-Paris, Jan. 2(3jAgainst schemont
protojtt of the Right, tho chamber
of deputies adovtcd the bill provld.
lug for tho automatic, granting of
decrees of divorce-' if either party
Persia's In a uulttyoi" three ears.
THE SENATORIAL BR0THERS
Eluefiold, W. Va. -At
om o'clock this morii'ne
a heavy earthquake shock
was felt. Housos rocked
and many people jumped
from bod. No serious dam
aine lug bn reported. The
shock lasted almt-st a minute
Lives of Four Hundred Per
sons Endangered in the
Dover. X- 11.. .Ian. tiTi. Live
of 401) employes iu the large Jivo
sluy building of the Cocheco lan
ufacturing comjiany. weio import
ed by u file which swept tlnough
the structuie with great rapidity,
shortly after all hands weie at
their places today. Many were
hint by jumping fiom the fourth
slon windows. The company's los
is estimated at ..i00.000.
Sceral peisons rescued from the
upper windows declare they stumb
led oer prostrate bodies :u their
rush JVr safety. Fiicmcn were
unable to ventuio inside of the
building and if any employes were
overcome by .smoke they must have
pprisbed. The owneis arc making
an effoit to account for the oper
ators nnd thev slill express the
hope that no lives were lost.
Dvnm.nAn 4- 13vnnlF T Ar.A . '
ITlUlltiaCO LVM JJICCliY liUliaC 111
Englishmen Asked to
Kingston, Jan. 20. That a leal
involution for Venezuela Is to break
soon was proven today by the pick.
once here ot Oencral Andrew, the
Venezuelan revolutionist and pah lot.
who is seeking toonllit adventur
ous Aniprleans and nngllshmen.
Berrymari' In Wathlnoton Pot
Socialists, for the First Time in Many Years Show a Loss
in Prestage Crowds Rush to the Palace of Chancellor
VonBeulow to Congratulate Him Upon His Policy
JJeilin. fan. '2(. The govern
ment won a definite Mctory in the
geneml election for a now teichstag
held .osteiday. The Liberal, Radi
cal and Conservaive pin ties up
poiting 1'iiiice Von Muelow'.s colon
ial jwliey, hae won at least 20
seats, but moio iniKjrtant is the
smashing defeat adininisteied to the
Socialists', who will loe 17 or IS
This c the first election since
157 that the Socialists hao not
inci eased their lopresentative.s fiom
five to 20 seats. They have lost,
especially in mmciuI huge cities.
The clerical center holds almost
all of its founer 100 seats-, Inning
lost one or two to tho Poles m
Silesia. There is a possibility, how
ex er. that .'ehallotings may loe one
or two mine scuts to the renter
The Consoi values hiue won siv'
seats, two fiom. the Anti-Semites,
two from the National Libeials and
two fiom the Socinl'sf.s.
L'eballoting 1'iob.ihly will be
necessaiy in 17." constituencies, so
that complete returns will not bo
in befoie Teh. .r. Coilaiu distiicts
in upper Bavaria that are snow
bound bin e not been heaul from.
PRESIDENT OBJECTS TO CLAUSE
IN OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTION
He Informs a Delegation That Unless the Railroad Com
panies are Given Fair Deal He will Endeavor to Have
the Constitution Revoked.
Wushiiigion, Jan. 2(i. A number
of visitois fiom Oklahoma Teni
tcry weio escoited to tho White
House by lepicscntat'-vc Watson of
Indiana today, and jm tho president
1. m" tliei.i good byo- he snid he
woi'ii liku ( soml a message by
them lo the fiamers of tho now
He .snid ho never passed as the
friend of the railroads, but unless
the fraineis of the constitution
should modify the instrument, so
MOVE FOR TARIFF REVISION
IS MADE IN THE HOUSE
Congressmen From the West and Northwest Attempt to
Force Congress to Take Action Some Definite Move
May be Made to Pacify Voters in Doubtful States..
Washington. l. ('.. .Ian. 20.
Itopulbieau tantf lovisionists have
innuguraled a new anovoincnt to en
force the coiisideiatiou of the tar
iff question iu cnugics-,. Repicspu
alivcs from the various Northwest
ern and Weslern states, who are
intpiosted iu amending the Dingloy
schedules, .stalled out with a , oti
tion, a.sking that a ltopuhliean cau
cus be called to consider the nd-isabilitj-
of an eti.v se.sVou to
consider the tin iff question.
The movement originated in the
Massachusetts delegation nnd was
sugRoMod by Kcjiict-ontnlivo Ames.
Mr. umes at Hie beginning of the
slioit session atlemjited to force the
eoiiKMeratioii of the tin iff question
in his pail j-, but war unsuccessful.
Tho present plan is a far moio
fensiblo one, and it seems certain
that .sufficient number of signa
tures will be obtained to insuio it I
Ieasf n consideration of the ques-
FOR ONE PICTURE
Now York, Jan, 20. Tho highest
price oor paid for a painting In this
coun'ry was giveu laht, night for the
Troyoa canvas-i, which brought $G5,
000 at tho auction sale of tl0 Honr
but they aie considcied safe for,
the ('outer party.
When it became evident last
night that the government had won
the immense crowds stieamod from
the newspaper offices toward tho
palace of 'Chancellor Von Buclow.
Tho people massed ju fiont of the
building and vjmg 'Ileil Dir Im
Sieireikran." Prune Von Buclow
appeafed and .spoke as follows:
"(lentleinen, 1 think you for
your homage and I am especially
delighted that jour natonal feel
ing brought you here. -My predeces
sor in office, before whom we all,
must li'spoetfully bow. .said forty
,ears .uro: 'Put the (Ionium jHHiple
in the saddle and it will ride soon
"The Clcnuau people h.ue shown
(day ilmt li can lide. believe
' ' I ''l1' that every one will do
a 1 1"' in the ic-balloting.
I lie, many .stand respected
. ' ai- 'v h-loiv the woild. Let
i - i'i i unite in the cry of 'Long
in . ; nn:i and tho Oorman na
tnu. hurt nil. "
The eiowd cheered and headed
for the imperial palace. But ou
leaching the Castle bridge over the
Spice, jmlice forced it back with
that the l.i.lro.ids of Oklahoma
mighl M'cuie their pist lights, he
would do lu.s best to have the
constitution rejected. Tho featuio
of the constitution to which tho
piesident objects. ;s tU clause
announced by the committee, but
not jet passed upon by the conven
tion, that prohibits railroad com
panies from defending their prop
el tj during the time of .strikes. Kv
pivs (ompaiii's it is expressly
provided on the other hand, ninj
giuti d their cars.
t on hj the Republican member
dtip ol the house.
The mombetf, of tho Wisconsin
delegation. except thu "ltuno
ducks," llnbcock and Minor, sign
ed the petit ii ti jofttciday and Rep
resentative Steuner&on of Minnesota
was confident th.it he would have
all the frignatures of tho repiosen
tative from his .stale.
TIm lioptibl'V.iu leproscntation of;
tho rcsent hou.se is ngainst a re
vision of the tariff, but, if tho is
mio is forced, popular sontimont
may compel the causus to favor
ably consider the recommendation.
It i myed that unless somotbius
is dnno to show tlint Jin Republi
can party Ls iu sj'mpathy with '
tariff levisioii. nothing shoit of nn
e.piesspd declaration iu tho next
Republican plat form for radical re
duction in the taivff -.schedules will
satisfy tho voters of thu party in
many doubtful states,
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ry nit collection. Tho canvas Is en- ;j
itnuu 14. i,. jii'iijiir 4Hii runuty
and depicts two tows on the way 'to
pasture, Tho picture was (bought v 9
by Herman Schaud. , f T 2
Tho .collection consisted of thlrtir.,A.V:i
nlptn-oa ntul hmiinlir t.tK' Bnn Clnnl. ," Uj. '
ator Clajk pnld 24,00Q for Corot. Uh
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