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WEATHER-Rain tonight, cold
er in western portion; "Wednesday
colder and generally fair, except
xain or snow in northeast portion.
Uncle Sam may
soon bo seen
Zclaya to the
Nicaragua, if. recent rcpoits bo
true, is in a lair way to receive
a good spanking.
Tho general public is really moro
interested now in watching Jcromo
and "Dclmas fight, than in tho
details of the Thaw trial. .
If Craig Wadsworth really
knows something about tho Thaw
case why did he keep silent un
til tho last moment?
If Minister Merry really did
havo a fist fight with President
Zclaya, wo aro glad he thrashed
Beading in ietail the balllo bo
tween the leading attorneys in tho
Thaw trial is almost as good an
educator as a courso in criminal
Speaking of a two-billVm dollar
Congress, tho poor foreigners who
pay tho tax, as our Republican
friends say, must be considering
emigration to America.
It is our privato opinion that
John Sharp Williams will be suc
ceeded as minority leader only
when lie resigns his place in the
House to cuter the Senate.
A woman who is expected to
(praise her neighbor's ihat, must
feel like o man who Is called upon
to ask tho blessing at the tablo
right after cutting a gas.li in
his thumb with tho can opener.
William J. Bryan and Tom L.
Johnson ihcld a conforeuco in
Cleveland, Sunday evening and as
yet Jto one has started tho report
that Tom L. has been selected by
Bryan a, his running mate.
The railroad magnates havo
been forced to go ro Picsident
Roosevelt and biio for peace. Mill
ionaire Pierp Morgan made a spo
cial trip to Washington to try to
get the president to call off the
Surgeons now declare that the
attempt to euro evil dispositions
by removing prcssuie from tho
brain, Jias proved u failuio. Tho
only success in that line was
achicve'd by the old-time operation
which removed the head itself.
"The equality of tho States is
dearer piobably to New England
than to any other section of tho
country. Abolish States lines, and
New England would make only
one senatorial district" says tho
Louisville Post. Well, that would
till be satisfactory to Senator
Lodge and the President, as Lodge
wculd 'remain "it."
Twenty-live years ago tho
capital" invested in cotton mills ir.
South Carolina was; Jess than
toK'w 1,000,000; now according to Wm.
'ffim E' Curli'8rc'sarcJ tl? aggregate
,$$$' investment as $82J37,000. A
Sew years ago, it was the New
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v'telM! fte trtienerMfcjxcellent
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T5 F7 costly -ihava been fanned into ' W'" "Wi Kvelyn after the .ostranKeineubolwpen tl girl Mnb Iim; niL, i . ..Ju, mLS -, VkU VI I' jDllI ' .Vk TTliiWl I V'
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Senator LaFollctte seems to hold
tho power to immo Senator Spoon
or 'a successor, Now is tho sena
tor's opportunity to follow Fora
ker'a lead and' securo two votes
in tho senate.
.Tho prediction that this will ho
a windy March need not faJl of
fulfillment because Congress has
adjourned. A good many statesmen
have little to Bay on tho floor of
cither house, pump a great deal of
atmosphere between sessions.
President Koosovclt has interfer
ed again in the affairs of Cali
fornia and put an end to proposed
legislation relative to the Japanese
school child question. Ho did not
threaten to send tho whole nixny
to the state or tho whole navy to
Pacilic waters', but ho has, tempor
arily nt least, effectually blocked
all efforts upon the p.ait of, tho
California legislature to in any
way regulato the schools of tho
slate. Anothor step toward tho
centialization of government at
Washington. If tho 3tatcs have not
tho right to regulate their own
schools, what rights aio left to
Bi F. Yoakum, chairman of
the board of directors of the Chi
cago Rock Island and Pacific
railway, has gone upon lecord as.
being willing that tho supervision
of tho railroads be centralized in
the national government, if this
would servo to quiet the public.
Ho points to the demand cf the
people in all sections of the coun
try for n two-cent passenger faro
and tho clamoring which has re
sulted from tho agitation which
was instituted by the picsident
Slowly but Miioly tno country is
being swung around to government
supervision, if not government
Residents of, tho north part of
tho city arc just now agitating
the matter of lowering the tracks)
of the Big Four and Erie railroads,
through the business, or central
part of the city and doing away
with tho dangerous. crossings at
Oak, Prospect, Main, State and
jGieenwood streets. Tho residents
of the west part of tho city aro
considering a viaduct for Kenton
Avonuo to obliterate tho danger
at that crossing of tho samo
roads. Both propositions will ho
ptescnted to the city council with
in a short timo and with it will
rest the decision.
There :! io question leg.ndiug
tho necessity or propriety of both
improvements. The crossing at
Kenton Avenue is a very danger
ous ouc because of the number of
railway, tracks and tho obstruc
ton of tho view by buildings and
striugs of cars., , Tho up-town
crossngs aro scaicely less danger
ous becauso of the heavy grade and
the buildings on all ides of the
tracks. Tho public is entitled to
better protection at all of these
crossing, and the eiy best protee
tion which could bo secured is the
oeihead street crossing. Tho
lailway crossings in tho up-town
section have been a gieat factor
m retarding the growth o tho
city to tho north, tho direction in
which tho city really should glow,
because of the lay of the laud.
the Kenton Avciiuo crossing bus
retarded tho growth of tho city
toward tho north west to tho samo
or an even greater extent and tho
indications arc that witlrln a few
yeais Marion will need both locali
ties' to luko care of tho growth
which sho is enjoying. Mai ion is
destined to bo a great city and
tho sooner such material improve
ments aio made tho hotter for tho
city ii nd all of tho peoplo.
These proposed improvements do
not affect only thoso persons Uv.
ing norm aim west, but overy
peiwou ciu 'Miinoii should bo in
terested in securing better protee
tion at 'the railway crossings.
Drift of Comment.
THE WORLD'S PEACE.
The peace conference to be held
at Tho Hague" licit May or Juno
promises to bring definite results
of an abiding character. Tho
outlook 'for this conference is much
fairer than was that for tho last.
Tho settlement of tho slight
inuhiuderetanding botween tho Unit
THE MARION DAkYV-MIJOJAAY MAB0MM, 1M7.
You can make better food with
Royal Baking Powder
and free from alum
cv'tJeiice of, tho prccailing spirit
against tho lcsort to aims.
Tho success of the Paii-Ameii-
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can Conference in Rio Janeiro last
fail, brought about mainly
through tho efforts of tho United
States, is u sine indication that
tho principles of pcao havo
found ' secure lodgement in tho
There will take place in Now
Yoik eaily this- spuing a confor
euco to repiocnt "tho American
peace movement. .Many delegates
from, tho United States will at
tend the international Conference
in Germany later in tho year.
Tilie groat body of, mankind, al
though eas?ly excited when war
is waging or rumors of war aro
in the- air. is undoubtedly in faor
of sqnio equitable scheme for in
ternational aibitiution -which, will
Throe recent" developments
nrgup Well for the world's peace.
Chief among thoso, pet haps, is
tho taunouuccincut that, should a
committee oil international peaco
be formed! tho United States will
l'umtsh a member. Measures to
create Mich a committee have been
dsicifescd informally in the halls
of our national lcgislaturo and
probably there would -have been
definite action had tho session
Tho Emperor of Germany lias,
gjven his unqualified indorsement
to The Hague plans, which may
bo taken as an indication of ulti
mate success. At tho opening of
the Reichstag the Kaiser, al
though wearing a strict military
costume with helmet nnd sword
dcclurcd that Germany will have
full representation at the confer
ence. He cxpicssed hunuclf as in
hearty accord with the spirit of tho
Such words from Emperor
William, eannotibut. June tho most-
The other development vMich
encourages peace advocates is' tho
encouragement -with whioh Profes
sor Do Martens, -who is arranging
for the conference is meeting.
Professor Do Maitena is visiting
European capitals as tho agent of
the Czar, who nominally is at tho
head of, tho peaco mocnicnt.
The professor ilms carried mat
ters to tho point whero dofin!to
announcement can bo made. ' For
tho good of the confeienco ho
hopes that tho question of disar
mament 'or even limitation of nr
iKamcnt. will not bo brought up
for 'discuss'ton at this session, as
there is absolutely no chanco 'for
Tho mutters most likely to bo
accomplished aro tho adjustment of
international disputes; tho' f ram-
mna, uminc, a I HAW IMIAL WITNESS; '
Im J, J. Catno Is a Boston wiUy'ier who volunteered to testify for tb
defense In the Thaw murder trial. Slio baa Jcuown JIr, Evelyn Neeblt.Ttmir
Ince 1001. She first met tho girl whok Evelyn and Iter faotheriBa brother
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ing of an amendment to tho con-
volition tfovcrn:jk)war,, on land;
unci tho dial'ting of 'a convention
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on nhNal warfare,. "No' objection to
the discussion ofiiuiy'of theso sub
jects has beeit raised by any na
JUST THE SAME
Federal Judge Holds That
Divorced Woman Have the
Same Rights as Widows
Toledo, O., M'arcli 12. -A di
vorced woman, whoso husband is
living is to be classed a widow.
The appellation s "grass widow"
won't do. Such as. the interpreta
tion given a decision rcndeml by
Judge' R. W. Taylor, hi tho
United States District Couit, in
tho interesting case 'of Ella E.
Mrs. Giles, on Juno 23 last, was
adjudged a bankrupt by tho Fed
eral Court. Harry LcvUou was
appointed trustee." Petitioner asked
that she bo allowed as exempt, un
der tho Ohl wtatutes, her house
hold goods and a lot wmth about
$400, bituatcd Tin North Toledo.
Fordyco Bclford, United States
Bankruptcy J?cfcree2allowed the
hirst named exemption, hut uphold
the trustee in his 'finding that tho
bankrupt waj not "eut.itlcd to
piopoity under the state laws.
As a reason Mr. .Bclford certi
fied to Judgo Taylor'' that "fcho
was denied tho right to tho real
estate because she is not a widow,
and because sho is uot an unmar
lied female, having :'n gocd faith
tho care, maintenance and custody
of any minor child or children of
a deceased relative, as' required by
Judge Taylei' holds that Mrs.
Giles is entitled to tho exemptions
asked for. 'It 'theieforo follows
that "grass widows" so-called,
can henctit under the Ohio ototutos
which lesclvcd into an interesting
question for tho Federal Court.
Judge Taylor bet asido th'o dcc.'Hion
of tho Referee in Bankruptcy.
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SPOTIED FEVER RAGING
IN AN OHIO TOWN
Sandusky, O., March 12. Cas
talia is excited as tho result of
tlneo recent deaths from dreaded
spotted fever, or ceiebro spinal
menihgitis . '
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A Guard Admits That the Men Could Leave the Btrracki
Without His Knowledge Hearing ;at Washington
has Been .Resumed.
Washington, March 12. Tho in
quiry' by the scnato commtttco on
military affaire us to the facts
connected with the affray at
Brownsvillq, Texas, wIlIoIi result
ed in tho discliargo withbut honor
of a battalion of the Twenty-fifth
infanlrv. was resumed yesterday.
Tho commiftco was disappointed
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ny mo nuuiiiiy vi miy w inu
white officers of tho negro Koldicrs
to finish with tho court martial,
which is now progressing at San
Antontaj Texas, in timo to bo
here. Officers of the Twenty-six
infantry who proccded tho Twenty
fifth nt .Brownsville reiwrlod to
tho committee, and will bo put oil
iho stand to testify concerning the
alleged antagonism' of tho citizens
jf Brownsville to any soldiers bo
ins located there.
Joseph Henry Howard, formerly
jf company D testified that on tho
uisht of tho affray. August 13, ho
wont on guard at 10:30 d'clock
and his iost was around tho bar
racks. About midnight ho heard
two shot fram. tho town and then,
Witness was asked by tMr.
Forakcr, "Wcro you in a p'osition
where you could 'have scon 15 or
20 m'en leave tho barracks and
jump over tho wall, if they had
"Yes sir," replied Howard.
"Did any men lcavo thd bar
racks and jump over tho wallV"
tsked Mr. Forakcr. 1
"No, sir," tho witness answered.
Crois-examhiation by Mr. War
icr developed that tho witness
houqht it wns shots fired at him
'nit he heard no shots strike about
the quaitors. He was suro tho fir
ng was in the opposite direction
WOMAN DECLARES SHE
IS BOWIE'S SUCCESSOR
Mrs. G. L. Coleman Declares an Angel Appeared to Her
and Told Her to Oust iVoliva-Mrs. Dowie Cut Off
With a Pittance and Son is not Given a Penny.
Chicago, 'March 12. John Alox-t
tndor Dowio's followers faithful
io him in lifq, even m the faco of
i!u departing power, .havo deserted
lini at tho brink of tho grave.
Fifty of them, acting under tho
eadorship of Deacon J. C. Cut
er, yesterday called upon Olad
touo Dowio at Shiloh House and,
iftcr a coiifcieuce, announced that
hey would take no part in the
.'uncial services. They held a sor
ho of their own in tho evening
it Deacon Cutler's homo.
Tho secession is duo to the fact
.hat Judge V. V. Barnes is to de
iver the principal fuucrul oration.
Che objectors declare that . as a
esult the fallen leader wii bo bur
ied without the ritc of the church
ind tho faith, which ho founded,
ind to which ho remained true to
Mie end. Judgo Barnes is not ,a
Icacon in the church and is not
authorized to administer the
Dr. Dowio's funeral will i bo uni
pio in many ways, in view of tho
teachings of tho 'fa-Jthi of which
le was the head and inspiration,
lining tho height of his career.
His body has beon embalmed,
ilthough he taught that medicines
Mid chemicals' should not bo .used.
His funeral will bo the second
'o bo held in Zion Tabernacle, that
f Carl Stern, his former attondant
bo'ftig the first.
Tho body wil bo taken to tho
,'iavo in a great whito hearse,
''rotight from Kenosha especially
for tlie occasion,
The remains will bo followed by
JOKE PROVED A
VERY SERIOUS ONE
Pittsburg, March 12, Jolm
Dumbic, 20 years old, a laborer
employed at the Pressed Stool Cat
works iu McKeej Hocks, mrr
burned to tloatn, tho victim of a
He law down in front of a hot
coke salamander and foil asleep.
It is alleged a cranesmau standing
oji a crane, pouring crude oil
over tho salamander, thinking tho
flask 'Mien the oil should ignite
woiild frighten the sleeping mart.
Most of the il insten of 'go
ing into Die salamander fell on
Domtoe,- saturating his ehithihjr.
Whetti f-he flash came ,it ' ignited"
from the fort. He also testified
that lid did not hear any challong
insr from the town Jtof tho men to
como.oitlof tho barracks, nor did
ho hoar-bf any shots fired from
the direction, of the hospital or tho
road northeast of the fort. Several
witncbHc' had testified to this cf-
Tho cross oxaminatlort. rurttior
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dovcloiMHl that mon could easily
have left tho barracks and climbed
the wall while tho sentry was
marching :i fiont of tho' barracks.
Howkird test'i'icd that ho was
one of tho 111 men arrested for
complicity in the shooting, and
that when the balanco of." tho troop
prepared to lcavo Brownsville
Major Penrose called at the guard
house and said:
"Jf you men hadtoldi what you
knew about this nt'fa'lif, you would
not bo in .hero. If you" know any
thing about the shooting you want
td toll it."
(Mr. Foiakcr road the charge
filed against tho witness and asked
him if ho had been g-vcu an
opportunity to plead it. ' 0
"No sir," waj tbo reply.
"Then I give you a chance now'
said Mr. Forakcr. ".What do you
"Not guilty," answered tho wit
"t Mi'pposo of course, you would
tell us af you wcro guilty," com
mented Mr. Overman with sar
"Yes sir, I would' tell," said
He then lcpcatcd again that ho
had been "ready fof trial ' at -times,
and always - had boon will
ing to tell all Jie know of tho
those who we're his bittciest cno
nrfes dining his life, as well as by
those who wero his friends,
He will have as his active pall
bearers several white men and ono
negro, his former bodyguard.
His grave will be lined with
stone, and a huge -stono slab, saw
ed especially, will bo its cover.
His only relatives present will
bo his wife and son, -who turned
'against him in the timo of his
Dowio, ' it is estimated, left
1)1,000,000 in ;nonoy and property
not involved in tho aifuirs of Zion
City. In h'B wiJl ho cut off his
son without a cent and gave his
widow only what the law allowod
Tho residue of his estate goes to
the1 Christian Cathode cltmoli.
Deacon J. C. Cutler is named
Dowie 's successor as tho , spiiitual
head of, the Dowio church.
Mrs. O. h. Column, wifo of n
millionniie (retired merchant, cre
tited a so'uation in Zion City by
announcing hoi self, tho &uccossor
of John Alexander Dowio, declar
ing that sho lis a prophetess and
that she luul a vision in which an
ttiignl appeared and diiectcd her
to oust Voliva and assume charge
cf the affairs of tho Holy City.
Mrs. Colmau preached tho doctrijie
of robollion in front o Shiloh
House, -whore tho body of Dowio
was lying in blato. Zion Citv, al
ready on tho potot of breaking
with Voliva, who is new almost
friendless- so far ns tro Dowicties
uio concerned, was-' greatly stirred.
ed him in the snow, but his body
woa burned to -a -cfisp-boforo the
brnziig oil was extinguished.
Tho eraueman 'escaped.
IF YOU TRY
FAT1ER WILLIAM'S INDIAN HERB
TEA, or HEUB TABLKTS, nd do no
nna mem me best mdlclne you ov
er used for CONSTIPATION, TOR
PID iilVBR. SICK KIDNEYS, SOUR
BTQNfACH, SICK HEADACHE,
NKURALOIA, DYSPEPSIA, IND!'
CM8TI0N. BILLIOU8NESS, MALA
RIA," DIZZINESS and DAD BREATH
M'wlll refund the monev.
' Wy wotk day ant night and you
t la the morning feoling like a
H. me" is
$1.00 Gash, $1.00
m k . 11
Tako a took in our east window at
tho big display of Hooslor Kitchen '
Oabinots. No housowifo should be
without a Hoosior at thd1' pric3 .
and terms we are now making.
Order one today. , i'Q,
MAT? MISSING TWENTY- ' "
FOUR YEARS RETURNS-: -.
Hamilton, 0., March 12. Alter '
an absence of 21 years, '.. during
which he had not been heard .from i
John B. Wcller has arrived 'at"
the homo of his father, "tf.',G.
Wcller. Tho a-cunton was very af-' (
feeling. Welter is now living .in ,
North Bay, Ontario. Ho is married'
and has three children. When- bo
ran away 24 years ago, Jie joined
tho army, .hater .he weiii -to. San1
Francisco nnd sailed for Sweden; ,it
Ho has visited almost every conn-
try in Kuropo and Asia. Hi1
mother died in his absence with""
the belief that her eon was dead. '
Mr. Wollcr's father was recently
paralyzed. ' i ' H'
Will Sing .
at the Contest
Y. M. C. A.
man and woman
new. If'you want
a high shoo wo
have many now
things for you,
But you may
and orergiiteri-' '
to match the suit.
We havet tkt'
waiters in gray
blue, gieea- taa,
red' brown aad
t tie chojee, '
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le to u
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