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Marion Daily Mirror
VOliTJAtE XV. NO. 150.
AIAHTON, OlTTO.TUIflSDAY EVENING, .IANUA.11V 2!), 1907.
PRICE TWO CENTS
MISSING WOMAN WANTED AS
WITNESS IN THE THAW TRIAL
Mrs. J. J. Caine is Said
Which Existed Between Sanford White and
Thaw's Artist Model Wife.
Jack Barrymore, the Actor, a Former Admirer of Evelyn
Nesbi Enters Into the Case and a Flutter of Excitement
Runs Through the Court Room All Witnesses, Includ-
' ing Thaw Family May be Excluded From the Room
All Members of the Thaw Family Excepting Countess of
' Yarmouth Exchange Greetirgs With the Little Wife.
Now York, .lun. 20. Stibpoennc
servers, of -tl'(f district attorney's
office, luivo thrown a dragnet over
Nov. York to locate n woman who
said she knew what inspired Hurry
Thaw to- taTcc the life of Stanford
The musing woman, wanted by
the pro-went ion, is" Mrs. J. J. Cain
Mr. Cnino was a great fr.'ond of
Kvclvn Thnw, , Jlr. Cuinc know.-;
much of tho early relations, between
AVhifc and the artist model, the
iirst meeting of Thaw and the
"Flower flivl" and the difficulties
with the mother Mint grew out' of
itllc c?oeiatioii kof Kvclyn mid the
yr.nng PHisburg millionaire.
Tho presence of "Jack" .Hnrry
anoto. the actor, in court has en-
, .4wiperl. another Veil mystery abou
tlun Viiii.t Tlnmirwii .lmtt hf.on iih
IS , iwehried by tho- nrosecution. " aiu
WlH'll nv 'lipi'mini in vuiiit mm ,-u.i
V f witUtf'tW& itti where Evolyn
!&, .7e?fAHf A "fill li)r of excitement
i )Rii''wol1pr. At ilntf (lrnnmtic mbvef
Vy'iTwrnp, Ilftminore knew Evelyn
Nwflit Ichtf before WhMo and Thaw
fell victims to lior rare beauty,
ikoadjvriy often hoard that Evelyn
vouM nnnrry Hurryinore.
Willi lc completion ojl tho jury
district Attorney Jennno will mnko
o motion, to Jvcojl all witnesses for
iln.jwsedtllioll und defense out
Former Street Car Conductor is Arrested for the Murder
of Dr. Charles" W. Townsend Who was Murdered in
" His Bed Last Friday Night.
New York, .Ian. 20. Suspected of
knowing something about tho death
of Dr. Charles Townsend, or
Staton Island, who was mysteriously
murdered In bis home Friday night
tho police' have arrested .John Hell,
a former street car conductor, at
bis home In Brooklyn , The sus
picions of the pollco wore- directed
toward Boll by discovery thnt hts
wife died abont a year ago, after an
operation attending childbirth. Dr.
Townsend was attending tho woman,
and had eluirge of tho operation,
ixdpg oflijsted by other doctors. Dell
is reported to have bfumed Dr.
Townsend lor his wife's death.
Ucll was formerly employed ns a
conductor of a trolley lino running
to Filching. Ia I., and. Is said to
liavo oloped with a yoimg woman,
who vaB d member of a family so
claliy'' irora(nont In that placo. Her
parojits objected to her marrlago,
and Hell (tlld lU young wlfo rp.
nioyed to Btotep Island, where ho
found employment as a street car
After h.k wife's death. Ilel! trav.
elod about tho, country, ami at tho
time of ..tho earthquake was em
ployed In San FrtuHso), Itocontly
he returned to the homo of his par
ontH. p Brooklyn, wlu-re ho was
staylnp, when arrested.
Tho arrest wa made In a sonsa.
tloijal' planner. Tho two detectives
v,b,i. took1, him Intd custody weio ni.
cbpauje to the Be)l homo by a
squaJ ,of pol(co, v)io surrounded
'tuVhorae. When the deteetlvcc
it s"U'e' for ilJjJI ,thoy wcro told he. was
Kf .'it. lt...a I.tit (lint, frtfnnrl 41ii.It
C ;' iwayj i(g 'thp Jiouse and' found hljiu
m r J'rownllng 'thelrrpvolvors, ,they told
'"' ' fw"
to Know of the Relations
of the courliooin and today may bo
the last day Evelyn Thaw and
Mrs. William Thaw, tho mother of
the defendant, may .sit fill court. If
this is the intention the defense
will call lliein. as un-officially
Hairy Thaw's attorney told lihn
today that ho must not interfere
further in tho seloclifii of jurors.
Late Yesterday. Thaw rojeclcd a
iuror who .seemed more than accep
table to the defense. Thaw had a
hf.irt to heart -talk last evening
w'lh hi.- conns-el. during which all
details of the defense wcro ex
plained to him and today Thaw is
in a rai'mor Mate of mind and
seemingly contented with the moves
of his lawyers.
All of the Thaw Mrly was in
court itodav when the trial w.n
resumed. Evelyii, with her actress
chum arrived. Evelyn carred a
large lunch lire:, wrapped in white
upper Nas did May JUikpiizie and
Mis'.' Carilej-ic. All of the party
oxdmnged friendly greetings with
'Evelyn , njlil',.lioi'ohp
the Countess of Yar
llarrv was in . Inpny frame to
day and sinil.'ngly turned 'to grcor"
his wife and uiothor. Thaw read
a leltrr which sco'nied .to amuse him
gieatly. lie muled several times
'and once or 'twice chuckled audi
bly. John R. Dennee, nged -10. a
traveling freight nent and jiiamcl
hUn that resistance wai v useless,
whoronpon ho surrendered,- He do-
dared that Townsend was no friend
of his, but Hint he had nothing
whatever to do with tho murder of
The police, meantlnio, began an
Investigation of -Hell'n actions on
tho night of tho shooting.
Im-poctor bdimlttberger said to
day that his detectives say they can
piodiiM two wltnesscH who claim to
have Men Bell In tho lclnlty of tho
Townsend homo and In other parts
of Now Brighton Friday night and
Inspector Schniltthorger told of n
Bcono which occurred late Saturday
night a' the bedside of Dr. Town.
send. Ho said the prisoner, Silver.
vernnn, was takon a second tlmo
before Br. Townsend, who asked
that Silverman's cap ho pulled down
oyer Ills- eyes, and that a handker
chief to placed over tho lower part
of tho man's faco. "Whon this had
been cone, tho inspactor said, thn
wounded man exclaimed: "That la
tho man that shot me." Then turn
ing to Silverman, asked: "What
hollls'i work and dovlltry work wore
you up to lat night?" Sllvorman
mado no reply.
Whon Bell was arraigned boforo
tho police courtl'tho detectives said
they rnd not quostoued tho prlrfon.
er ns inuoh as they wdshed and Mag.
lulrnti ll.ll.m. n m.aT......1 II...1 tL
.w...v uimvi hjiiiuiiiii'L'il mill, 1,0
would Kcnd him to tho Tombs mid
glvo him an opportunity to retain
and consult counsel, Ho will be
given a hearing Wednesday. As ho
en ino court room1 on pja way to
tho .prison, ho called out to tho
crowd which gatliero'di "You neod
not worry about mo, l ipivo noth
ing to ho nfrald of,"
was .selected as the tenth juror, this
New York, Jan, 20. The fourth
ami lxth JurorH In the Thaw case,
Ailhtr Campbell ami Harold 11.
Falre, were excused by contest of
the n'tnni'jh on both Hides.
Chased by a West Virgini
Mob and-a Necktie Party
Algonm, W. V.. .Ian. 20. -Early
'this morning an unknown negro
onteied the home el' James OiliMin
and after intimidating (l.M).ion with
u revolver, assaulted his wife. A
po-sso is mv .searching for him.
Excitement is great and it' caught,
a lynching is nut unl'kely.
FIGHT AT THE GRIDIRON CLUB
WAS INDEED A ROYAL BATTLE
THE. CLINCH BETWKENPRESIDEN)OSEVJLLT AND' "SENATOR. F0RAKERXf4iton1einte'
WAS MORE SENSATIONAL THAN WAS AT FI&ST REPORTED-ROOSEVELT
MADE THE FlkST ATTACK AND THE BUCKEYE SENATOR CAME BACK
AT HIM SO HARD THAT HE COULD NOT FIND WORDS WITH
WHICH TO MAKE A VERY EFFECTIVE REPLY.
Wftsliingtoii. .inn. Ji). As tho
fact aie gradually coining to
light regarding the sPiivtiontil epis
ode at tho (ii'.diroh ilinner .Satur
day night, in which l'residcnt
Itno'.evelt and Senator Fo raker
wcro participants, it. as evident the
nffuir wa of u much .more serious
characler than is generally suppos
It is sa:il that the I'rcsideiit. in
his remarks ( u tho Hr.nvnsville af
fair juid the Utliude of ci'itici-m
of certain reuntors, made it plain
fin was talking particularly to l'or
aker. Tho latter accepted tho chal
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KILLED BY NATIVES.
natavia Java. .Ian. 29.
Threjv; Juindred natives
with avnisJJiavo killed and
wountUtdmany llutch of
r'inlH.Anijd 'adherents in
tho pntvinVe Kcdiri. The
vice gbvornor is among tho
wounded. Troops have
been sell.- tn the scene.
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Wreck Occurs on the Boston
and Maine at South Deer
field, Mass., This
North Uanipl6n. Mass.. Jan. 20.
1'ive peioas were killed and
about Iweutyjfive injured in a rail
wnv wieck outhe I'Mtchbnrg divi
sion of the Hoston and Maine
I.atei ivpMsli place the dead at
six. all trainmen. Only ouo pas-1
The wieukviw caused by a.
freight eiusliiiigj,iiito tho rear of a
wit bound express train . The
wreck 'mniedjately took fire and
the bodies of,'jtho victims were in
lenge, and rcpl ed ip ,a mort igor
ous inanner. The .ltuckpye statt
innu is quoted a.s "saying:
"Xo ono iy this1 country ever
loved Ihe prc-ulent inore than 1.
did. Xo ono ever fought harder
for him. or moievoyaIy. Tlr.it was
when ho was in tho right . Hut
wrong, I hae ojiposeil him and ;
linll always do so. People of my
own state know T do my duty as
1 .see it. and llicy kuyw a- I myelf
told them, they er.n, retire me if
they hel.Vve I have U mi-conception
According In one who was pies-
APOLOGIES TO MOTHER GOOSE.
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BEVERIDGE SAYS CONGRESS'
POWER IS WITHOUT LIMIT
He Asks That Congress Provide That Products of
' Child Labor be not Permitted to Enter
Into Interstate Commerce.
Mr. Hanks May be Asked to
Made the Statement That
duced Without Affecting Dividends Supplies for Starv
ing Cattle in Montana will be Sold by the Secretary of
War lu'om Supplies to Hie
Wasaliicton, Jan. 29
Hovcrltlgp occupied the attention oC
the cennto tlirouplioul Monday with
a loutliiuatton of Ids argument In
behalf of his riiilrt labor bill. He
had but reached the leal and con.
otllu'Ioiial phases of the question
after xpcaklng for more than four
hours, and arrangement was made
whoroliy he will concliulo today.
In taking the position that, as to
power, ongres-i could oxerclsjo any
.estraint It saw tit on interstate
commerce, Mr. Heverldgo met a
fu&lllaile of questions by ills col.
cut at the dhiuor. .-ays a. local
papiu1, 'Fornkcr lead tho presid
ent a lecture which tho-e who heard
it will never forget. Finally when
the -cnator I'ini-hcd, the president
jumped to his feet and struck back
hut. he did nut Inuo time, imv
could ho find words to lotort ef-
lie declared, belwecn
eliuclicd teeth, that the only place
the Mrnwnville batt.illioii could get
.ju-ti'e was at the White lloiiiP.
the senate could not mote it out
to di-charged negiiiei. hecuii-o the
now pr lav with liiiu. 'and Jiim
Jamleson n Pltteburg DUpatch.
State Upon What Basis He
Railway Rates Could be Re
Cattlemen at Actual Cost.
league., and bis proRicsq In argu-
'l1tl.. ..n.j etc.. 1tl.lt. !.. ....... ...a
.tiviiL un on... . jiiiu iiu "iuu lilt;
powr to regulate was absolute, he
maintained that the question of pol
icy would always restrain any hurt,
Whc'i ashed by .Mr. Itayner if this
powr roulil be eserelsed to ab.so.
lntely piohlblt commerce between
the utato eoiniucreo of a pall of
milk was an Impossible one.
"If jou would ask me If congress
could piovent tho entiance Injo In
tcrsiatcs, he replied that the ques
tion milked from a cow by a young
lady 18 years old, I should say yes."
"Could you put tne young lady In
jail ). not being IS years old?"
asked Mr. Carmack.
Tho senate adopted a resolution
directing tho Interstate commerce
commission to report as to the post,
tion in Its employ held by C. S.
Hanks, who recently stated before
tho Hcf-ton chamber of commerco
that rullioad rales could be reduced
ten tor cent, without Impairing dlvl.
(lomls. Tho resolution also a-.lH for
tho facts on which this statement
Miilssloii no Information wan ob-
Jtalna'ilo regarding .Mr. Hanks' work
there, or of any facts which It may
Jhavo (ibclosed. It was explained
l there that pending the- preparation
or the leply to the senate result!,
lion, Ihe commlssionoir. could not
with pioprlcty discuss tho subject.
' From other 'ouices, however, It
was i.scertalned that Mr. Hanks.
who n a political economist, and
who had been a dassmate or the
president at Harvard, and Oeo-ge
BOYCOTT HAS NOT AFFECTED
AMERICAN TRADE IN CHINA
Consul General Rogers at Shanghai Sends a Special Re
port to the State Department on the Subject Surplus
of American Goods in Chinese Markets Cause the
Slump in the Imports of Last Year.
Washington. .1.111. 20 In a special
repo't to the state department on
tho subject of tho trade relations be
tween tho Fnlted States and China,
Consul General James U, Boxers, at
Ifihanghal, stntct that the boycott
'ha- nul nothing to do with tho fall.
lWr Alf nP ......In 'I'I.a . ..I.I..I
it, in hi mint.. i nu biiujvci WIIH
deemed to bo ono of such Import,
mice, that tho state department to
day gao out tho following state
ment regarding It.
Mr. Bogci-B Htates delnltely and
positively that tho boycott had
nothing whntever to i with the
present trade conditions ns between
China and America, with tho Blnglo
(reservation that there may bo .omo
l small and trivial boycott effect as
o American flour entering China
Inquiry mado by the consul goner,
ill ban dovuloped theso facts-
Tho surplus of cotton piece goods
winch remained after
tho closo of
tho ear 1105, and which was still
runner increaPd by tho dellverUM
under contrncts mado in December,
1000, and January, 1007, has mr.
nihhad tho supply with which
Shaiuhal and northern China mer
chants have mot tho .small and di
minished demand from Manchufla,
n region constituting tho natural
market for Amoiiean cotton goods
and where tho boycott never oxlbted.
Whm tho Impediments to foreign
trade In Manchuria, owing to Jap.
aneso war occupation, and othor
enuhoi connected therewith, wero ful
ly understood and appreciated in
Shanghai In tho early spring of 1000,
It became certain there would be a
great fchrlnkago In Imports, not only
V. n. Hnrrluian of Boston, had
been temporarily employed In tho
Htiitlstician's office of the commis
sion. It Is understood that they had ex
pressjl to the president entlmcnts
substantially in accord with the
statements made by Mr. Hanks nt
Bosto.i, and had been given tempi,
rary employment with the commis
sion to make good their contentions.
Theso disagreed with tho concliuions
of the statisticians of tho commis
sion, the differenced being attributed
to variations lit bookkeeping em.
loyod by Hanks and Hairlman and
those In vogue at the commission.
President Roosevelt manifested a
lively Interest In tho matter and
talked with the commissioners about
Washington, Jan. 29. The dlp
lomaMs and consular appropriation
bill was reported to the senate
.Monday. The bill carries $3,OS5.478.
tho same amount as was carried by
tho bill which passed the house.
The M-mte committee adopted a
prtl'i'.n i"faling tho act providing
fo . ; the ranks of American
till :i r' abroad when foreign
gc. -it u:Pe thn Fnlted States
tint ' e ' ito . i to rals-e tho ranks
of r . ' inintle representatives.
It .i Inllcwd that the executive
will -fler no objection to the repeal
of the net which authorized the pres
ident to ralso tho grade of tho
American legations to the rank of
embassies, because, in the opinion o'f
some cf the officials, the present
diplomatic establishment Is overload
ed with officers of the highest
Washington, Jan. liU.A joint
resolution was adopted by the bouse
granting permission to the secretary
of ,war to sell, during tho next three
months, to citizens of Montana, at
actual cost to the United Statts at
the place of sale, limited quantities
of hay, straw and grain for domestic
uses fiom tho stock provided for
the use of the garrison at Fort
Representative Ulxou, senator
elert from Montana, explained that
there were 20,000 head of cattle In
the iclulty of Asslnlbolne threat-
ened with starvation bv reaon of
the blizzard now raging, "and in diro
need of hay, straw and grain.
from America, but from other na
tions. The commercial situation In
Manchuria was added that of all
northern China, nnd especially the
Yang's" valley, where tho surplus
goods of nil kinds, Imported prin
cipally by ..peculators who hoped to
run the blockade In tho north, were
worked off at pi lees faorablo to the
Chinese, thus overstocking the coun
try fo. a tlmo when tho Chinese,
through ciop failures and high prices
had little money for luxurlos or even
Present day Investigation, says tho
consul general, discloses that tho
trade of Hngland with China through
Shanghai Is in the samo proportion '
a- tho American and such Is under
stood to no the rule with the other
commoiclal nations. And yet, In
some things, particularly metals and
machinery, America has gained.
Ah a further Instance to show the
absurdity of tho statement ns to th
boycott effect on trade. Mr. Rogers
i cites tho renort that the Standard Oil
company In China will have tho
largest year's business jn Its history.
Although this conclusion, ho says,
Is brought about by tho high price
of 3llvcr which has obtained, thus
enabling largo gains In tho conversion
it Is understood that the volumo of
business dono by the company was
greater, yot American kerosene was
tho chief object of attack dining the
Mr. Bodgors states that undor tho
mont favorable conditions from now
on It will tako China many months
to restore normal conditions of trade
from thoso of and subsequent to thq
war In Manchuria.
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