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MARIQ OHIO. TUESDAY EVENING'. APRIL 23. 1807.
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Secretary Taft Arrives in
to Accept the Challenge of Senator roraner
and Back His Friends to the Limit.
The Corpulent Secretary will Come to Ohio the Latter
Part of This Week and Deliver Three Addresses He
Say He has Made no. Deals With Foraker and Does
not Want to Make Any Burton is the Man to Openly
Waahington, April 23. Tntt'a reply
to Forake'r'B challenge will bo-blows,
'the. war secretary, Mr. liurton,
arid tbetr party landed from tho May
flower hero at 11 o'clock yesterday.
By Bpeclal order of Secretary Metcalf,
correspondents were barred from tho
marines, but Tart good naturedly
malnes, but Taft good nature'dly
waived this protection, stopped his
carriage and held up both hands
with a laugh. Ho gave out copies
ot A statement covering tho official
side of his trip, said he would go to
Ohio at the week end for speeches
at Cincinnati, Friday, in Dayton on
Sunday and back in Cincinnati on
But the big candidate declined, to
aay a word on politics, His tlrree
ppeeches In and near Cincinnati will
ot be political. He does not expect
to issue any statement, defining his
attitude. In the next few days or in
the' near future. He will not take the
)'' - stump1' for a' rough and tumble scrap
J ? through all the counties of Ohio with
! ,y "IToraker. ,' ,He will go to the ?hUlp-
U.'lp.afcood sueas that he will stick
N'l Ufcelyrfhat Mr. Taft will
make some speeches of a goneral pol
itical nature before he goes to the
Philippines, but his talk in these
will be as a member of the Roosevelt
administration, defining Its attitude,
arid not Mr. Taft, a candidato for
president, presenting his claims to
that office, It is a good guess that
ope of these speeches may deal with
the Brownsville case and perhaps an
other will toucn on railroad rates, or
the rate aw rather.
Theso are two of Forakor's texts, it
is true, on which tho senior Ohio sen.
CRY OF UNEMPLOYED
RAISED IN LONDON
Arienal Workers are Discharged to Reduce Military Ex-
' penie and They March Eight Mile to Visit
' w the Premier.
London, April 2q. Tho "Cry ot the
Unemployed'' waH raised in Iondon
again last-nlht, wheji soveral thous
and skilled Workmen who had been
discharged from the Woolwich arsenal
as an outcome of War Secretary Hal
dane's scheme of reducing military
expenses, marched with bands and
banners the long distance from Wool
vlch to the house of commons to lm.
press their grievances upon the gov
ernment. The complaints of the
men are far reaching, representing
not only loss' of employment, but the
wiping out of their savings Invested
in little properties located In the his
torical ' and horotoforo prosperous
..town of,W,oolwlch. ,
of the discharged men had
"beeVenaployed In the arsenal at Wbol-
Tie lor'inoi iuw wan oi jfio. n.
lilbeoC printer and other, trndes
taen.1iah7reT8 nd eltlzons joined the
ptoceaBloh, which was further aug
mented by. a. .strong body of workors
fjxm the army clothing factory at
TJie entire lght miles ot march was
thickly lined with spectators. The
procewlon, which iva3 perfectly order.
iff WB UttllCU tit oil uwibB ..ww,
AT A STANDSTILL
Wiu,hiiiptpit April , 23.-Poae
nwottotiqiiK between Nicaragua
Honduras Jtavo wmo
fttap4afiH awl n the re is grave fear
Lll ril ' .....wul iftP ilinctHtiflna. nn.
HIS DANDER IS UP
New York and is Ready
ator Is building his Ohio speeches,
but tho Taft deliverances will not
bo glvon-thc tone of controversial re
plies to Foraker. In short, Taft will
maintain the attitude which the
strongest traditions ot American poli
tics impose on a presidential candi
date, leaving to Foraker the role of
running after the office. But to his
friends who will have charge ot the
fight for him, Taft will sav. "Go for
Before Secretary Taft left for Pan
ama ho told Elmer Dover and Sena
tor Murray Crane of Massachusetts,
and later hls'own brother, Charles P.
Taft, that he would not sanction any
deal to get the Ohio delegation which
Involved supporting Foraker for re
election to the senate i After his talk
with Taft, Senator Crane felt Justified
In going to Foraker with a warning
that the administration planned For.
aker's political extermination and that
Taft sympathized with this.
Nothing has happened during the
secretary's trip In southern water to
change' his attitude, but on tho con
trary, "Foraker has given him tho
spur needed to change,, his possibly
panalvc opposition to tbo senior sen
ator to .active hostility. It is safe
to say that tho secretary approves tho
statement of his brother, Chavles P.
Taft, that the Issue In Ohio Is the
elimination of either Taft or Foraker
from Buckeyo politics.
In short, whllo Secretary Taft will
follow tho policy of McKlnloy in
preserving a dignified reserve, avoid
ing statements, ' Interviews and
speeches of a controversial 'nature ho
will toll his friends who are. fighting
for him In Ohio to go ahead and go
n far as they llko.
He was kept posted whllo on his
trip as to the statements issued by
his brother and the work done by
Arthur I. Vorys, and ho gave them
one mile from the liouso ot parlia
ment, and fiom hero a deputation ot
picked men proceeded to the houso of
commons to lay .the grievances of
themselves and their comrades before
Tho premier received tho deputation
In a private room, War Secretary
Haldanoand Baron Tweedmouth, first
lord of tho admiralty being present.
William Crooks, member of tho housq
of parliament for Woolwich, intro
duced the deputation and tho men ex
plained their grievances. Tho pre
mier made a sympathetic reply and
assured the men of thegovernment
assured tho men of tho governments
charges should entil as little hard
ship as possible.
'Secretary Haldane then explained
the necessity of tho reduction In mil
itary expenditure and tho nced of
bringing things down from tho in
flate dposltlon which obtained during
tho lato war. He said there must bo
even further reductions, but promised
that every Bcrap of work possible
would bo given to Woolwich. Lord
Tweedmouth then promised to do
whatever was possible In bohalf of
the navy department and tho deputa
eoixlius' to advices received nt tho
(ki'wrLnont f stato yestooLay.
The trouble was oausod by the,
demand that balvadar, wluoli is an
oily 'f Honduras against . Nicara-
.ru3, shall be bold irosponHiblo for
the part it took' in the war. Thia
demand- i not' wrroeable toJ Hon'
jdiuW: or IVtoT. ,; .- lt M,R
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no hint of disapproval, but rnthcr
encouragement to continue
But Foraker will not go unanswered
because Secretary Taft feels that ho
cannot, with propriety, go through
Ohio Joint debating. Congressman
T. K, Burton will issue a statement
In a fpw days, which will havo tho
approval of Secretary Taft and Mr.
Burton will mako ns many speeches
In Ohio as may bo necessary In which
ho will Bpeak with authority for tho
candidate. Mr. Burton preferred last
night to" preserve the silence of Sec
"I am very much Interested In tho
success of Secretary Taft's candidacy,"
ho said, "but I am not sufficiently
posted as to recent events In Ohio to
discuss tho political situation now. I
will possibly have something to say
As soon as the situation requires
it, Mr. Burton will take the field In
Ohio. Thus, with tho return ot Mr.
Toft, a new Impetus will bo at onco
given to the work done In his behalf,
both In tho lino of organization and
agitation. While he continues to per
form his work for tho nation, the
work his position calls for, ho will
have no reason to believe that his
Interests arc suffering nt home. Tho
senators will be given all the fight
ing for which they claim to be hun.
Friends of Mr. Burton will not bo
found sulking in their tents, as re
port from the senatorial camp "would
lead one to sunnoso. bprnupo of tho
supposed side-tracking ot Mr. Burton
as a senatorial possibility by tho
statement of Charles P. Taft. Tho
relations of Mr. Burton and Secre
tary Taft havo never been more
close or confidential than now. Thoy
are satisfied to mutually trust their
interests In each others hands. ".Vho"'
War secretary 'Is "a cahdidatefor buT
one office, and If Forakor's scat Is to
be filled with Borne one else Mr. Bur
tqrf will havo an equal chanco with
any ode else to capture It when thnt
time comes. '
Nor need friends of Secretary Taft
worry lest an Indiscreet alliance with
the old Cox organization In Cincin
nati handicap bis boom. If ho was
not willing to mako a doal with For
aker, tho answer Is easy to the quos.
tlon whether lie will sanction ono
with George B. Cox. Tho Taft forces
command the situation In Cincinnati,
Ithoy be)lovo and they do not think thoy
will havo to make terms with anybody
there. There Is no law that will pre
vent tho Cox crowd marching be
hind the band wagon If thoy think
that Is the safest placo for them.
But no soats havo been" reserved for
them In that vehicle.
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Senator dick is
GETTING REAL BUSY
Jicio loii'ylit for Co-
llllllUILS to open
NEGRO SUE8 HOTEL
PROPRIETOR FOR DAMAGES
Paris, April 211. -Major Taylor,
lite negro professional bicyclist,
w)io was ejected from Hotel iMurtiu
heto, because uhis color, has
sued for 10,000 damages,
Will be Placed Against the
Supposed Kidnapers of
Little Horace Marvin
Dover, Del., Apil 'jy.-With n
warrant charging tlic supposed kid
napper of young lltir.ice , Marvin,
with murder, detectives arc today
watching the eilchincr on the Dcla
waie river, on avHVIi the siuspect U
said to liuvo fled; following tho ac
tion of tho grand jmy yesterday.
Two others aio under MixVioii,uflud
the lotoctives believe- tlfatjionEtliol
nr.icst is ninde, '" tlhv nciuwedJEuill'
jKit out the plueo whoiohc boy
h hidden. ',
Political Situation Canvased
.but the SexfcrtHrv will .
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' Washington, April 23. Secivlnry
Tuft, who hius just returned fiom n
month's iiuspeclion oJ$Ounul Zone,
I'm to Hk-o nil Cuba,' wn nn early
caller nt-itho Whito.liouso today.
Ilo ilittcus9(l his hip with tho pres
ident, mid nut I mill politics, with
especial .refoiviico to Ohio, was
river, considor.iblo attention. The
only rcfcicuco uuulo to Ohio by Mr.
Tnlt in his inloiviow,.t,wus to tell
of h'li visit to Cincinnati anil Day
ton during the Inttcrpnrt of this
week. .' I
Tall said tlii.s afternoon that in
llie .speeches, ho would loliver in
Ohio (luringjlic hist op tho week,
lie would not touch oiripolitics.
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
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The Defense Will Claim That Gustav Simon was
Shot by Another Person Who was Lying
in Wait When the Prisoner
was in the Office.
The Accused, Baroness Anesia Louise DeMasscy Comes
From a Noble Family Which Lost Everything in the
French Revolution She Remains Cold and Seemingly
Very Indifferent Her Life is Filled With Tragedies and
Her Case is Attracting Attention.
New York, April 'J.'. Baioness
Anesia Ivouiso Do M(ucy, was
put on trial before .Tustico Blau
cluml for tho minder of Oustav
Simon, the mill'iiMiiiiie t-hirt .manu
facturer, who was shot to death
Inst November in hi.s otfice.
The hardness viw attended in
couit bv two nt niches of the Ficnch
EVELYN'S COUSIN IS
Clinnlon, April 2JI. Thouuus Xes
bit, aged f)'-', of Rochester, New
Voik, ilainiing 4o bo'u cousin of
Kvelyn Thnw, died near bore, lip
was a farm Imiul. TJio body was
buriel by the township tutsteos.
Seventeen Persons Believed
to Have Gone Down
With the Arcadia.
l'cntwsiter, iichig.in, April 123.
The htcaiit b.ugo Arcadia, loaded
Willi hnnl wood, bound from Mnius
tco to Two Riven, Wisconsin, is
beliovetl lo have foundered ilf tins
loit with L'nplniu llany May, bor
owner, his wifo aiul fifteen huiloiH.
All nre believed to bo lost.
For twenly-foiif hours, wreckage
lin.s been coming iihhore. No t-eanier
has repoired picking up any of the
crew of tho Arcadia.
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TRIAL FOR MURDER
consul. The defonso, it is said, will
bu a case of mis'lnkuii adenlity.
The onlyTtbing upon which the
prosecution hope, to pin the niotio
for the killing is the fact that Si
iiio.i owned the woinnn u mall sum
for w oiking 'in lri employ . She
had given up her place anil he put
her off, telling her to return lat
er. Ior thnt alone, according to
Three Men Killed, Three Missing, Ten Injured. Fire En
gines, Wrecked, 250 Horses Burned, 3oo Families
Homeless and a
Xcw Yoik, April 2lJ. J-'our moil
me lead, Unce nic misring and leu
til emeu wcio badly burned in nn
eariy nioni'lig bla.e on tho East
Side today. Two fne engines weio
AGAINST ASPHALT TRUST
Interstate Commerce Commission is Asked to Adjust the
Rates and Award Damages--A Missouri
WaHlilngton, April 'S.i. -An lnterest
lng complaint, dlrcctcl ngalntit the
bo-cnllcd UHphalt trust was filed yes
terday with tho Interstate coniincrco
eonunlsbloi. Tlio title ot tho casp Is
tho Amorlcan Asphalt asboclatlon
against the Unltah Railway com.
The coniplnlnnnt Is a corporation
under tho laws of .Missouri, and Is
engaged in tho mining, and shipment
of Gllboulto from Utah, and in the
conversion of Gllboulto Into a com
mercial product tibpliHltum.
Tho defendant operates a lalhoad
lino between tho towns of Dragon,
Utah and Mack, Colo., a ilUtaiico of
G4 miles. The Gllson Asplmltum Co.,
contiolled by tho Harbor Abphalt Pav
ing Co., acooidtng to the petition,
operates Gllsonlto mines In competi
tion with tho complain nut near Dra
gon, it Is alleged that the railroad
company, the Gllson company and tlio
Barbor ABphalt Paving Co., are nil
corporatlons subsidiary to tho gou-
ernl asphalt company, commonly
known ns tho asphalt trtibt, and are
controlled nnd managed by the trust.
Tho complainant It Is said, was
charged 50 conts per hundred pounds
by tho rallioad company for tho
transportation of tho Gllsonlto from
Dragon to Mack, or at th0 into of
PUKHS" BELIEVE IN
THE UNWRITTEN LAW
St. Louis, April 23. Kltly.threo
men out of a venire of 100 summoned
for tho trial of Policeman M. .1. Mc
Namara, eha.rgod with murdor for
killing his wife nnd John .T. niophy,
her paramour, Augiiht 23, 1006, wore
cxciibcd yesterday by Clicuit Judgo
Salo after they had sworn they be
lloed In the "unwrltton law."
ICnch of, tho flfty-threo sulil ho
would rofuso to vote for conviction If
the "unwritten law" was pleaded In
McNamara'ts dcfetibe. A'
he district attorney, sho shot
uoii ns he Mit at his desk, v
At no time siiil-u her nncst7 ban
lie woman howcd the slikiltcst
mot Jon. Klie was the miiiio Fir'ti
uro of icy ie-ervo today. w.has
cen lcmned that she comes o$ n
iidile family which was imiwwilh
d in the i-'icnch revolution. fWlifcu
I gill she iinnrried Burun Doj'Mas
iey, a friend of the Do Casteutiics
One car later he died muldcnj'
poLon, adininisloied by a ifiJ'Ci'ct
uieiiiy, so bis wife claimed. Jjj.Tho
.oiing widow came to tins cotfijtry
.vim a Mew u is ,uu, i tumuli
lown the iissHssin. bhe had Jipen
ieie for nineteen yeais, living
none, uui.sing her Iioiks lor vcbgc-
ince. It liny been intimnted that
Jie killiiiig of Simon had -tf iliii'ct
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bcarinir upon the jxiisonii
Her attorney, I.ebarbier,
today that the defence was
.h! to show that the baixMicss
in hiinmi ollien irviii"- to c
uer wny-cs, tlint anotner i)cionlwn
wniit to lay him anal flld
so just as
mg down .-
the Bai-onchS was walk-
Loss of $200,000. . -
wiockcd in a collision w'ifh Afrentf
cars, 'J.r)0 liirc burned to doatli,
!I00 families weie tlrien i'pna
I heir bonus and u. iirojicity loss of
2110,00(1 completes tho record of
$150 n car, nlthough tho lallioad
transports llvo stock between tho
same points at the t ate of $25 a car,
and commodities gcnsrally at like low
rates. It Is claimed thut tho tariffs
filed with the Interstate yconimeno
eommlbslon by the i.illroad company
aio not obbcncd and that the com
plalntant Js subjected to excesslvo
charges, discrimination atid Injustice.
Tho complainant Is compelled to
pay 2j cents each for tho loading of
cais, and 75 cents per team for
hauling Its pioduct over a highway
controlled by tho defendant, thus nec
essarily Increasing tho price ot Its
product about -0 cents a ton.
Tho eomplalnnnt ikes not loiow
what the railroad charges tho Gllbon
company, but says It would mako no
dlffereiKo what the charge might lie
as being controlled by tho Asphult
triibt, It simply would be taking
money out of one pocket and putting
it In nnother It Is nllegcd, also that
tho rallioad furnished reo transporta-
tkm to the officials of tho compmln-
.tints competitor companies,
Tho commission Is requested to ad
just tho charges miido for the carry
ing of fiolght on a just and reason,
able basis, to glvo tho complainant of
reparatory damages In tho sum ot
110,000, and to Ishuo orders to'lno-"!'"
vent a tontlnuancc' of thedlscrlmlnuw"
tlon against tho complainant; t'iPiir
WILL GO TO THE ELECTRIC t
CHAIR FRIDAY MORNING
Columbus, O., April 23. Tho Su
premo couit, tnls morning, rcrusoa
permission to James Wi Cornelius,
tho .Mnhsllllon wife murderor, to file
a motion In error.
Cornelius will bo executed Friday
morning unlcbs Governor Harris
grauts a etuy to allow an appeal to
tho pardor board for commutation,
Ho killed his wife white drunk.
Cornelius' daughter, who lives
Masstllon, Is making every effort
save her father. k .
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