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HORSEWHIP A FARMER
Because of Cruelties Practiced Upon His Wife, He Was
; ' Giren a Terrible Beating While He Was Returning
From Her Funeral His Condition is Serious.
jLprtdon Ohio, Apr. 20 Sixteen
women of Resaea, Madison County,
dragged Geo. II. Ward, a prosperous
farmor from the rig In which he was
returning from nis wife's funeral,
and, beat him with buggy whips until
bis condition was serious.
iWard is charged with cruelties to
the dead woman. Tho authorities fin.
ally Interfered and removed her to
FIENDISH CRIME DONE
MOB VIOLENCE FEARED
Middle Aged Man is Held by Lima Authorities on a Charge
of Ravishing a Four-Year-Old Girl Militia Held
Ready For Service.
Lima, Ojiio, April 20. Qeorgo
Myers, charged with a fiendish
crime, wa landed in jail here early
this 'morning after Deputy Sheriff
Earnest had eluded the enraged
.Gladys Ryan, aged 4, tho chMd
of,' Clifford Ryan, a farmer near
Elida, is reported, dying. Sho is a
The Correspondence Between British Colonial Office and
' . ' Jamaica's Governor Given in a White
Paper Just Issued.
London, April 20. A White paper,
Issued' last evening, contains a par.
tlbn'or'iha earresfvjndence relatln.; t0
the Resignation of Sir Alexander Swct
tenham,' as governor of Jamaica. It
gives verbatim the letters of Rear
Admiral DayIb and Sir Alexander,
as( detailed at the tlmo In dispatches
and tho cabled comment of the Co
lonial secretary, Lord Elgin.
The letter notified the governor,
Jan. 22, that "It such a letter Is cor
rectly attributed ,to you, I must ob
serve it is especially unbecoming to
Ilia maesty'a Representative in ad
dressing an officer of a friendly pow
,er, engaged4 on an errtnd of morcy.
1 must further require you to with
draw forthwith and unreservedly any
such letter, and to express your ro.
grct Jor haying written It. Your
withdrawal should be telegraphed me
at on,ce, whep t will be transmitted
to the- Vnltod States through tho
On Jan". 24, tho governor cabled the
colonial secretary asking that the fol
PLOT TO ASSASSINATE
ecret Service Men Learn of
$ 'OTtve Their Headquarters in Hazeltou Pa. and Set
. About to Anrest the Plotters.
Newark,, N'. J., April 20. -An al.
leged plot on the part ot Pennsylvania
anarchists, who are said to have
headquarters at Hazelton, to assassin
ale President Roosevelt, is being in
vestigated by the United States, sec
Information which led to the in
vestigation was given to the officers
by Chief of Police Adams, a few days
or.Just beferp one of the members
of the anarchists shot and killed
hltnself. ri'jie chief told the secret
service qflclal that he obtained his
inJemathn' frpm'Jan Bartula, who
feceatfy came h,re from Audenreld,
Fm nd WB0 Ratals to be a mem-
the homo of a neighbor, where she
died of consumption, Tuesday. The
funeral was hold Friday. Ward Is
charged with having refused to allow
religious services over tho body so
tho women lay In wait for him. In
her divorce petition, before her death
Ward's wlfo accused him of making
her leavo the house to feed stock
while she was 111 with the disease
which caused her death.
victim of tho torriblo outrage, and
Myeis faces tho charge of despoil
ing her. Tho cliJld accused ihim.
A:i attempt at mob violcnco Is
feared and Sheriff McGuntcn has
requested Captain Gale of, Company
C, Sixth Ohio infantry, to hold n
itotnenmcnt ot imen ready lor ser
vice. They will guard tho jail to
night. My era is 45 years old
lowing bo transmitted to Rear Ad
"At the InBtonco of tho secretary
of state for tho colonics, I desire
to fully and unreservedly withdraw
my letter of January 18, and to ex
porss my regret tha I wrote It."
'At tho lnstanco of the secretary of
state for the colonics, I desire to ful
ly, and unreservedly withdraw my let
ter of January 18, and to express ray
regret that I wrote It."
The governor's letter to Rear Ad.
mlral Davis as cabled himself to Lord
Elgin, contains' two or three slight
Immaterial verbal differences from
the original version. There is only
one of any bearing. Towards the
end of Swettenham's version, he says:
"I believe the police surveillance
of no city Is adequate to protect pri
vate property," and apparently, as an
oxamplo of this Inadequacy, Swettcn
ham refers to the pillaging of a mil
lionaire's house in Now York.
flTho letter of the mayor of Kings
ton to Rear Admiral 'Davis and tho
latter's reply, which aro being espe
cially called for by the house of com
mons, are not published.
the Pinna nt Annrrtii. xtu
berof the band of conspirators. 'Ho
said they had gone back on him,
and it was with a desire to be re
venged upon them that ho exploded
Ho gave Chief Adams the names of
several persons who, ho said, were
implicated in tho plot, and furthor
sal dthat Czolgosz, who assassinated
President McKlnley, had been a mem.
ber of the band,
Chief Flynn or the New York dis
trict or the United State Meret serv
ice has had several men at work on
the case ever since th Information
was glvenhlm by Chief Adams, They
had !tfte,rVtoVI,''artulaand he told
thera practically the same story,
PARKER TURY KOLLOWS
EXAMPLE OF THAW JURY
Rnvonnn, 0., April 20. Tlio
jury in the case of Wslinm Pack
er who is charged with crimiifal as
sault on his 14-ywwvoM step daugh
ter, Anna Miller, reiwrted a dis
agreement ithis morning and
Concerning the Roosevelts
Must not be Published,
Washington April, 20 Secretory
Loob, acting on instructions from
tho President, lias requested news
paper co-respondents to nbsta:n
hum e'.ronichnsr Mio in-jvate a f faint
of tho Jloosovelt family. Has also
asked tho newspapermen to cease
visits to tho ".Big House," at night.
State Commission Places
Gen. John S. Speaks at
the Head of the Work.
Columbus, O., April 20. At a
meeting, Saturday, tho stato llsh and
game commission appointed General
John S. Speaks, of this city, chief
warden, to succeed J. C. Portorflelil,
who recently reslsr.s,
n;rcgard to the cnarges filed with
tho goycrnor'agalnst the commission
by Lllfenthal, of Zancvlllc, that they
bad Illegally curtailed tho powers of
Porterfleld, the commission denied
tnat there was any foundation for
OBJECTED TO THE
GREAT RIDER'S COLOR
Paris, April 20. Major Taylor,
tho turnouts American negro bicycle
rider, was forced to leave his hotel
todny because American tourists nt
thi hotel object to his color. Tay
lor m hem lo ride.
SHAKEN BY A QUAKE
Boston, Max. Apr. 20 Kaith
nuuke hhockh weio felt today in
Knirviow and South lladloy. No
damage is reported.
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MARION. OHIO. SATURDAY EYEEtfe, APRIL 20. 1907.
They Want Roosevelt Oust
ed From the Unions , to
Which He Belongs
Washington, April 2u. Stirred up
by Rooovelfs reniarks about Moyer
and Haywood, union men want the
president expellod from the locomo
tive engineers nnil stonemasons'
unions., of which ho Is a member. It
lo understood Unt resolutions of ex.
pulsion will be offeicd to both unions
and Roosevelt will be renuosted to
Machinery in Large Factory
Wrecked Three Persons
Philadelphia, Pa., April 20. TTho
explosion of a gas tank In tho car
pet mills of John anil James Dobson,
at tho falls of Schulyklll. sot the
plant on fire and caused a panic
among four thousand employes, main
ly girls. Three persons were ser
lously injured, and the damage was
.The explosion was terrific, wrecking
War Department .Sends Him
to San Francisco in Com
mand of that Divis
ion. Washington Apr. 20 Geucr.il or
ders wviii iMicd by the war dep.nt
uient, lli'w afternoon, ir'elieving Bng
adier General Kiiiiston;ntSt. Louis,
from command of the. rSoutliwcMoin
division and placing' ,djim in com
mand of the department of Califor
nia, at San Frnuci&co LVjutun.int
Gciieinl MacArOnii' who' ho succeed-,
will go to Milwaukee lo com
plete rcpm's. This is the first stop
toward abolishing tho divisions.
A BRANDED PROCESSION.
GOES TO BOTTOM
Valctta, Malta, April '20
Tho British destroyor Ari-
el collided with tho break "
wa'cer and sank. One man
was drowned. Tho vessel
was in deop water,
President Corey of the Steel
Trust was in a Pretty
Chicago, April 20.-WIUIam Kills
Corey, better known in the romance
with Mabollo Gllnian, the actress,
than as head of tho big steel trust,
left the Auditorium Annex today for
Gary, Ind., with tho Steel Trust Di
rectors, who are to inspect, the now
town site. Ho Intends to hurry from
Gary to New York, without a re
turn to Chicago.
Mr. Corey was not communicative
about his loe affairs. He was locked
In his room and the door was un
locked only to let the waiter In and
out with such refreshments as were
necessary to "a little gwiio among
Corey showed no effects of the gamo
when he lett the hotel to go to Gary,
but tho loquacious waiter declared
that he had been "hard hit."
"Twas a stiff game, that was,"
said tho waiter fingering n stack ot
" 'Twas for real money, and silver
dollars were used for white ohocks.
It was Just a quiet game, among dl.
how things roont, but I saw Mr.
Corey taking out yellow ones mighty
often, so I guebs ho was to tho bad.
It was ust a quiet gamo, among dl
rectors, that's all, and no harm done,
I guess, one way or another."
RAILROAD PROMISES TO
Columbus, Ohio. April 20. Since
Immediate roller on tho Detroit, To
ledo and I ronton Is promlcsd by vlcc
Prcsldent Durbln, of Zanes'vlllo. and
other representatives of tho road, no
action by Attornoy General Ellis will
Do takon nt present, to push tho
MRS. THAW GIVES UP;
AIL HOPE OF BAIL
New York, April 20. A dispatch
was received from Pittsburg today
to the effect that .Mrs. Thaw has
about glvon up bono of having her
,bou admitted to bail.
Sulllvant In New York American.
POLICE BELIEVE THEY
HAVE THE MARVIN BOY
Captain Colson Says He is Positive He is Not Mistaken in
His Identification Man and Women arc" Also
Under Police Guard.
Glovcrsvillc, New Yoik, April 20.
Carefully guarded by the police,
a 4-.enr-old boy, believed to be
Horace .Uimn. thi kid'naimcd mii
of Dr. Marvin, ij being held pend
ing I ho arrivaJ of Miles .Stuiulish,
Marvin's broth jrinluw. Captain
The President's Determination to Aid Hughes in Getting
Control of the New York Machine Makes Foraker
and Others Take Notice.
Washington, April 20. The Presi
dent's policy In helping Governor
Hughes secure control of the New
York State machine by turning ov
er to him all federal pationage, Is
exciting the politicians.
Foraker's friends claim Roosevelt Is
abandoning Taft and boomnlg Hughes
as his successor. Those on the In.
side, however, say It Is only a part
THE FIRST ROUND
Rhode Island Superior Court
Fight For Respect For
I'oivicnce II. 1. Apr. 20-Thc
t gilt instituted at suggestion of
President lloohovelt to make the
itiitorm of United Stale.-, army
and navy revmcted, ceryvhoio,
met will' temporary defeat at tho
liaiido. of the llhode Inland superior
A decision ws iciidcicd in tsho
iiiit biought by Chief Yeoman
Uuenle, who was baricd fioin a
HELD ROUT AT SIDE
OF JUROR'S DEATH BED
Sealed Verdict Was Returned by the Jury and a Murder
ous Attack Was MadeJJUpon One of the Twelve to
Prevent the Verdict Holding.
Chicago, April 20. Tho extraordin
ary spec.acle of an emergency Couit
bession nt tho bedside of a dying
man In a hospital was presented yes
terday us a result of a peculiar chain
of circumstances. Joseph Hoffman, a
juror in Judge Ball's Court, In a case
In which a bealed verdict nan neea
returned and not opened, was at
tacked early yestculay by a desperate
negro. His tluoat was cut with a
razor, and ho was left uncoiihclous a
few hours boforo ho should have mado
his appearance in Couit.
Nearly dead from loss ol moon,
Hoffman was hurried to St. Uikos
Hospital. Judge Hall had Just oid.
ored his arrest for contempt ot Court
when word of tho assault reached
"I was attacked as the result of a
murder plot," declared Juror Holt-
COMMUNICATION CUT OF
Ft. Wayno.lnd., April 20, -Knight
Brothers bank, at Zancsvlllo, Ind.,
was robbed this morning. Tho rob
bers cut the telephone cables and tel
egraph lines and no details can bo
PRICE TWO CENTS
"J am positive c'n my identifi
cation. Tins boy not only tuiswcts
(he description ui' the Maiviu child,
but he Jias told me things that con
vince sue that 1 am right." Mr.
and Mr. Alexander Allen, tho man
and woman who had the boy de
scribed, tJicmschcs are under polico
'of the president's plan to build an
organization which he can depend up
on, In every stato where the machlno
leaders are unfriendly or lukewarm
toward his policies. In that way,
Ithey figure that the president's
friends will be able to control tho
nntlonul Republican convention and
nnmo the man most available at tho
time, whether It be Taft, Hughes or
some one else.
Rules Against Him in
the Uniform of the
dniiro hall .'it Newjiort on tha
ground, he claiuw tliat liu was wear
ing the niny iiiiil'(iinii. The coipt
held that lluciilo catf lvniver tho
priuu jf his ndmissioiiticket, 23. Ho
bniuught heavy damages.
Thih lec'ftion established the rule
that proprietors oif places of amuso
incnt may exclude any parson thoy
desire. ItooseMdt sent a check to
help defray J5ueiule'& cxpeiibes.
man, alter Hi stitches had beentakou
In his throat. "Friends of Longa
gan, tho defendant, tried to kill mo
In order, to annul tho verdict.
"The believed wo had voted for
conviction, and they thought that by
murdering me a new trial would bo
Tho Judgo hurriedly ordered u
"bus" to take tho 11 urois, the Judge
"bus" to take the 11 uiorB, the Judgo
ugan, the oefendant In tho case, and
Depth y Sherllls to tho operating room
at the hospital, where Hoffman
tould hear the leading of tho sealed
The 11 other Jurors gathered about
him mid tho Judge took his position
nut a fow feet away, and tho regular
formalities of tho Court wero gone
"Wo, the Jury, find tho defendant
guilty as charged," read tho verdict.
MILLER JURY SECURED!
TRIAL IS NOW ON
Wooster, 0 April 20. -The '
stato opi'iied it,s case in the tritl
of Allen Miller for the Dyo mur- J
dcr, (lib morning. The jury was
completed hilo yesterday after tii'rea
panels had been exhausted.
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