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VOLUAEK XV. NO. 24(1.
MARION, OtttO, TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 1,8, 11)07.
PEIOE TWO CENTS
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DISORDERS IN CHINA
Triads-Continue Their Assassinations of Officials and In
habitants are Fleeing From Districts-No Word
"Received From the Relief Expeditions.
Hong Kong1, Qhinn, May 28.
Even worse disorders Hum those
imported yesterday nro said to
eonfinuo at Wong Kong mid Pnk
liei. Tho Triads aro continuing tlio
entnpnigii of nswisslnatlon against
all civil and miKtary authorties.
lliofs havo occurred nt Choung
MftKES PLEft FOR
ft SIMPLE eREEO
Dr. Borden P. Bowne Says That the Old Orthodoxy ha3
Almost Vanished and Science and Religion are
Cincinnati, May 28. That tho orth
odoxy of GO years ago has about
broken up and vanished was tho
Mntoment made yesterday by Dr.
Borden P. Bowne, n professor In tho
(Methodist Theological seminary In
Boston, who some time ago was
acquitted In a church trial of a.
charge of heresy. In an address bc
foro tho Cincinnati Methodist.
u'roachers' association today, ho de-
clared that the world Is continually
In motion, that creeds and doctrines
and . interpretations are going through
on evqlutlon toward advanced truth.
It behooves tho church, said Dr.
llowno, to keep Its head clear and
cool, for, "If a great mass of now
truth should bo thrust Into the miudu
of those of passive mentality or men
tal energy, they would feel as If tho
foundations were taken from them.
Sf'tHo-mfflonlum-'ahouhl come In ov
er night a" great many of thoso hav
ing 'vested Tlgnts' would not lonw
Just where to locate themselves."
Speaking of change Is In creeds,
"It Is nly firm belief that tho
changes In tho belief and creeds ot
our church havo been for tho hotter.
1 know of only a fow serious people
like tho Jaspers, who would bo will
ing to go back in the sclenco of pol
itical economy and In religion to a
time 25 years ago," ,
Dr. Bnvwno spoko of tho reconcilia
tion botweor- sclenco and religion as
tho ovldcnco of progress. lie de
clared tho church must make a place
IN OKLAHOMA FIGHT
President Roosevelt Refuses to Interfere and New
Cannot be Admitted Until After the Next
Washington, May 2S. President
Itoosovolt and Attorney Gonoral Bon
aparto havo declined emphatically to
give any asslstr.iico'ln bringing about
tho admission of Oklahoma Into tho
sisterhood of states. Anothor con
stitutional convention may havo to
bo held to perfect a constitution.
This will postpono tho admission ot
the new stato nearly two years, which
means that Its several electoral votes
will not count in tho noxt presidential
election. Oklahoma Is almost solidly
.Democratic, and this, It Is charged," Is
responsible for tho disinclination of
DE8IRE TO SEE WIFE
RESULTED IN DEATH
Chlcftgq.ijMny iS.IIormnn I.eroy.
n dosgfited fr.pm.ia Now York regiment
nnd "n -military prlsonor at Fort Sher
idan occapod from his guards and
Bought rcfugo In a deserted barn
Just south of tho military reserva
tion, Tho harp was aurrouned by sol
diers from the fort and whon Leroy
refused to surrender and assailed his
pursuers with sticks and stones, bo
"wqB Rhot and killed by two negro
iroopera, Privates MacOoodwIn and
Jplqi J, Sanford, both of Troop jr.,
'Ntyth cavalry. One shot took effect
Jnjtlio head and ono ' In tho left
itiroast." , Ho died whllo being re-
Lain and Tung Chung and tlio in
habitants dinvo 'fled by tlio thous
ands to Swntow, for safely. Tho
latter c3ty its overrun with refugees,
lie.sistnneo to tlio collect ion of tha
iiuNCH caused tho uprising.
No word iha$ been received from
the wlief expeditions disnttdiod
from here to the slorm centers.
for anil bo patiently eonsldernto of tho
Ignorant, but that the Ignorant should
not constitute the church. Tho In
tellectual as well .as tho religious
thoughts should bo the ruling factor.
"Tho right of supremacy of tho
Intellectual should always' bo main
tained, for religion In tho dark Is
j dangerous," ho said. This was a
.preface to an argument for the set-
(Moment of doctrinal matters by schol-
ars. "Biblical matters' arc questions
of expert scholarship. All churches
need Intellectual leaders with Intel
lectual courage," he said.
'A doctrine Is subject to many con
ceptions, Just as is and was the fed
eral constitution, and tho sneaker on
this premise pleaded for Intellectual
Dr. Bowuo, In his closing words,
pleaded for a slmplo creed, a platfdrm
on which all mombers and tho clergy
might stand on broad, comprehensive
terms. He was not In sympathy with
Incorporating Into tho creed tho pro
fession of faith In tho virgin birth.
tho Infallibility of tho church, nnd
other things regn' ling which many
people havo their personal Ideas. For
himself, ho had nothing to say against
tho virgin birth idea, although Jesus
and John had made no mention of It.
Arguing for an elimination of tho
superfluous lams. Dr. Bowno pleaded
for a faith which would pormlt a
man to worship Cod without being
required to first settle In his own
mind whether the usrpont spoko or
the vhalo swallowed Jonah.
tho president, and his attorney gen
eral to assist the constitutional con
vention to framo a constitution that
will meet the requirement!:.
'After tho constitution was framed
a committee came to Washington to
confor with the president nnd learn
whether ho regarded tho constitution
an moating tho legal requirements.
The president roforred tho commlt
tco to Attorney General Bonaparto.
After conferring vlth tho committee,
yostordny tho attorney general de
clined to glvo tho advlco sought and
the mombers left for Oklahoma last
night much disgusted.
movod to tho military hospital.
Tho escapo of I.eroy is said to have
boon prompted by a deslro to seo hid
wifo( whom ho bad married nftor hla
desertion and who a said to live In
a near by subu b.
BLUE LAWS ARE BEING
ENFORCED IN NEW CASTLH
Now Castlo, PnMny 2S. -Council
hist night voted that Sunday
newspapers aro nob ncpessary and
rofusod to nutJiorio thqir snlo on
Sunday, Tho .Blue, Lawa aro un
LOCUSTS WILL OVERRUN
SOUTH AND EAST
Washington, May 2S. This is
the )cnr of "Thirteen Year" lo
cust mid the southern and eastern
slates nro likely ito bo ovorruu with
tho insect, according to (lie depart
ment of agriculture. Tlio hist np
Kninco was in 3891.
ERIE GRANTS INCREASED
PAY TO THE STRIKERS
.Mcndvillo, Pa., May 28. -Tho
Hrio railroad has promised all old
employes Hint a raise of "i0 conls
a day -will ho granted Ao all strik
ers, who nt once return to work
and some moil are going back.
Murder the Husband and
Father as He Lay Asleep
in His Bed
Parkeraburg, W. Va., May 28.
Word was received hero late last
night of a murder In Ritchie county
at a imint near McFarlan, In which
a mother nnd son slow tlio husband
and father while ho lay asleep in bfd.
fTho victim of the murder was Hnr
voy Yoho. Ills murderers aro Iws
wlfo and his son, John.
According to the reports received
here, Yoho, after a quarrel with his
wife. In which tho son also partici
pated, went to bed. It Is said that
the mother nnd son had threatened to
kill him beforo tho "day was ovor"
nnd no sooner luftl ho fnllen asleep
than they stole to his bedroom and
fired two shots from a revolver, ono
entorlng his head and tho other hid
Both son and mother gave them
selves up to tho nuthorltlec and arc
now In Jail at Harrlsvllle. They ac
knowledge tho murder and say they
nro ready to pay tho penalty. Both
say that they lived with Yoho n
long as they could, having been sub
jected to all sorts of torture for .many
LOVING INDICTED ON
A MURDER CHARGE
Lovingstoii, Yn., May 2S.' Af
ter examining three- witnesses, two
ncgio 'Inborous w.lio saw tho shoot
ing and Dr. Tunstall, who exam
ined the victim's body, tho grand
jury today returned an indictment
against Judgo W. (I. Lovingchnrg
.'lig him witli t'ie murder of Theo
Tlio defendant wns arraigned
nnd tho indictment rend, Judge
Loving facing tliu court unruffled.
l.oVmg pleads tho unwrilton law,
charging that Kstes drugged and
wronged .his young daughter.
Friends of Usles deny tho dead
man's guilt nnd say Loving acted
before being sure of tho facts.
Now York. jry 28. Italicviug
that Henry Ueekei', self confessd
murderer of Amelia .Staffoldt, nt
Amlioiv-t,, is insane, District Atloi--uey
Dnwiu amII ask for a lunacy
commission U examine ii'u .anility.
Ileekor will bo arraigned tomorrow.
Committed by a Chicago
Woman Who was Re
leased From an
Chicago, uM.iv 23. Philoiuonc
Swinneii, rifced .10 and unmarried
shot and kfllod her mother, tried
to kill idV;ntlnr and then set fire
to hot" oWUf "ilnng and burned,
to death) tljjl? morning. Tho woman
was doniontdd ,itid wns recently re
leased from itn nxylum ,to keep
house lor her .icd parrn',. .
ON VERGE OF
of Russian Govern
to Give Peasants
to Cause Trouble.
Petorsbui:.', May 28. -Russia
tho verge iif f. fi-fiili revolu
tion, nw'ftig .to i'i, positivo refusal
of the governnui.l to Sanction a
program fnr a riimpuli-ory appro
j.riaifuu . of-jjaml. It 'is expected
that the storm, will break vjui
gieater violence than that of a year
ago. PcasHiifeJinve only held bade
becau'-o they brhevo tlio ttofma
could sccuro -inn 1 for them. N'ow
there is nothing to restrain them..
Uncle Sam has Millions More
Than He had a Year
Washington. Mny 28. -With the
end of the tisc'al year only six
weeks Away, tlio government treas
urer r.ow tdiowa a surplus of
02,000,000 !"i- iuo your as com
pared with - 1.000,000 at tho samo
tinm last i.iv. , It i, pi filleted
that tho surpiij? will reach $70.
000.000 for the year. This surplus
1k largely due to io increased in
iternal iysvoiiuo receipts.
PRESIDENT ACTS TO
Mexico City. Mny 28. Tlio pos
sibility of wjir hot ween Mexico
and (luntemnl.i litLg been further
romuved b. I lie oelu of President
Calirera in sending 0 tlio higher
couil for a ivmi'w of I ho cases of
niueleeii supccls couviclejl of eon
sjiiraej', and -.ntenced to dontli.
It is prediclcd that .this will result
'lit ncuuillui. Mexicp was- prepared
li g to war rather than pormit
execution of lw M.e.ieiui.s among
THE EMI'TY CUPBOARD.
"RECOUNT" BILL IS
PASSED BY THE SENATE
Albany, N. Y, Mny 8. In to
aponac V flovenirtvLriigfy' Wcial
mufsiigo the ''tteeounV'',ubill was
liiwd by tho New York Scnato
today 38 to 8. Tho bill, which pre
viously passed tho iisejnbly, pro
'ides for the recounting of tlio bal
lots oasfc in New York mayoralty
eonlcst or Ifio.'j when McCIullan
was declared elected over Hearst.
ATTEMPT MADE TO
Pittsburg, May 28. -An attempt
was made on tlio street today to
mtHtuinlnnte Mariano CnncclLiorc,
tho proprietor and editor of tho
l.fi. Triiineria. Tho us.sassinatn
was atlempled by an Italian whom
Cancellioro does not know. Tlio
Italian cut tnncellioro nero&j tho
face with a slillelo just grazing tho
POWER BOAT AND THREE
Ttdodo, 0., May 28. -Tho
power boat. Jupiter, carrying
Mueller Miller, her owner, flora
KeriM'Iboih and Lenna Hunt, nil
of Toledo, left for Toledo Bench.
Sunday, and has not been hoard
fiom uoe. An unidentified launch
resembling tho Jupiter, was picked
up empty. Sunday eening.
Harry Thaw's Wife Rents a
House and Moves in
New York, Mny 23. -Evelyn
Nffibit Thaw has rented a resilience
on Pnrk Avcnuo and moved there,
yastciday, from Hotel Lorraine
She u'ill k-ep s'lnglo servant and
play housekeeper hcrHclf. Mrs.
Win. Thaw will niako Jicr home
with Kvolyn when m tho eity. The
houo i luxuriously furnished.
"i want to escape all notoriety"
Rev. Albright Is Vindicated.
Sandusky, O., May 28. Itev. J. II
Albright, charged with being too nt
tontlvo to the women ot hla congrega
tlon nt Kelley's Island, wan practleallj
vlmllcatod by tho 13rlo clnsaln ot the
Hofonned church hero Monday. Tin
action wns taken only after a heater"
discussion, prominent members ol
Itov. Albright's congregation pro.-wluf
tho charge, against tlio minister. .Mail)
in tho conference felt that Albrlghl
had simply been Indiscreet and as the
evidence was only circumstantial, It
was decided to reloaso hliuo tho St
Josoph classls, embracing the states ol
Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Mis
mnirl, Instead of holding him for trial
"Con" Men to be Extradited.
Columbus, 0., May 1!8. Gov. Harris
on Monday honored a requisition from
the governor of Illinois for Max Paw
alsky and Charles Druckor, who are
under arrest In Cleveland and nre
wanted In Chicago for participation in
a conlldenco case. On Juno 2, 1905,
theso two mon In company with
Charles Oondorf, Thomas Martin,
dapple Lowls and Frod Gondorf
worked a conlldenco game upon Max
Cohen, a Hebrew business man of
Chicago, securing from him $7,0B0.
Donaheu In Cleveland i?iam Dealor,
WILL BE VERY SHORT
The Chief Executive will Remain in Canton Only Long
Enough to Attend the Funeral of Mrs. McKinley
and will Then Go to Indianapolis.
Canton, 0.. Mny 23. President
Rnosevdit will stay in Canton,
Wednesday, only long enough to
nllen,l tho funeral of Mrs. Mc
Kinley. Ah soon as it '(j all over
he will leavo for Indianapolis.
Tho President, with Scoretnrio
Uoat nnd Wilson niTivc nt 2:10.
Ho will bo driven dhwllv to Mm
J home of Jnstico J)ny. At 1:10 ho
win leave lor hip funeral, which H
i be held at 2. Tho train for
liidmuapolis Marts at d:2."). Vice
Prevident and Mr. Fn'n banks w-ll
also be guest t uf Justice I)av.
The Imdy amII be on public imv
FIGHTING BOB SAYS HIS
SAILORS ARE INSULTED
Wen in Uniform are Insulted on Jamestown Exposition
Grounds and Admiral Evans Protests Officials
Washington, Mny 2S. (iovernur
Swauson, of Virginia and President
fucker of the Jamestown exposi
tion, havo boon called to account
iy the navy department for alleg
ed diseriinfrintions, by amusement
nterprises in the vicinity of tho
ixposition, against Ameiieau ssnlore
n uniform. The matter was brought
o the jittenrion of tho tidiiniLst ra
COLD WAVE SWEEPS
OVER MANY STATES
Snow Falls in Cleveland and Findlay, Yesterday, Break
ing all Records-Greet Damage Done to Crops by
the Blizzard-Rivers Rise and Sweep
Bridgeport, O. Mny 2H. -Black
'mst with ico forming thi, moili
ng killed piuelicnlly till fruit and
.ugutahles through thi$ soctiuu of
C'lncinnali, O., Mny 2S. h'eporls
("win points in soullicni Ohio, In
lana, Kentucky nml West Vtrgm
a tell of heavy frusta last night
.villi much dninngo to crops. At
WcHston, Ohio, Hio go eminent
.hereinomeler reg'Utored 2S degrees.
Cleveland, O., Mny 28. A heavy
gain iioin tho Went provacd on
Lake ICrio yeslurday, the wind
blowing nt the aiito of 51) miloi
in Jiour. Masters of incoining via-
els reported extroinuly hotiv,
iveather. Pussoiurcr steainors froi
.letioit nnd Huffoh) urrived on
.lino, but oxpor Unccd terriblo send
liionghiiut thei'r tiips.
IJ tiring last niglit tho tompora-
uro hero dropped 42 degrees or
.loin 78 to !1(1 above, zero. Thwo
weio snow flurries in t'lovelnnd
lining tho day. According to tho
local weather bureau, snmv has nov
er boforo fallen so lato in ,thU
v-Xdnitj. fcinco tho cstablislunont of
tho bureau in this city.
Detroit, Mich.. Mny 2S. Snow
vas repoiled all ovor tho lower
Deuinsulni' of Michigan yesterday
with a veritablo winter blizzard
l)rekiiHnt: over the Sagiimw val
loy. Cadillae rcjiorts that five
inches of snow fell last niglit with
more coin'mg and six inches havo
fallen mt Petoskey. Snow foil dur-
Ian MacLaren'b Funeral.
Liverpool, Mny 28. Tho funorat at
tho Softon Park Presbyterlau church
Monday of Dr. Jolyi Watson (Inn Mac
lnren) was attended by an Immonso
crowd and wns signalized by a remark,
ablo demonstration of respect. Great
crowds lined tho routo to tho ceme
tery, whoro ovor 4Q.0Q0 persona wit
nessed tho li)to:ment.
from .1 to r, p. hi. Tuesday nt tha
residence. Thousands of school
children will pass before it. All
Ius7ncs nnd tho ehool will couio
to a, stand still during the fun oral
lours, A detachment of regular
Koldiors on guard nt tho lomb will
act as guard for tho president.
Chief inspector Sutton of the U.
S. Srot iSorvieo went over tho
route of tho McKJnloy funeral
procp3ion with Chief of Police
Smith and ocinploted preparations
l'v guarding tlio President. Secret
Sen ice men will assist tho police,
in patrolling tho route.
tion by Admiral Evans after ho
had caused a test ease do bo con
ducted do prove tho truth of tho
charges. In reporting tho affair.
Admiral Evans lccommcnded that
fleet bo withdrawn from Hampton
llunds unless assurances aro given,
that insults to uniformed sailor
eae. Withdrawal of tho fleet
would practically bo a death blow,
to the cvpn-.lt ion.
ing the morning nt Jneksnn and
Kalaimuoo. It is feaivd that Ilia
cold will cause ilienvy dninngo to
Snnlt St. Mario, Mich., May
28. A KQvorn miow storm yeslcr
day swepb tho uppor lake di'slrict.
Wtilhiu a few Jionsr eiglit iuoherf
of snow fell. AJl points on tho
upper peninsula nud northern On
tariir v-t a heavy fall. Shipping
b nil tied up, as it is impossible to
seo nn j' durance.
Heading. Pa., Mny 28. Tliq
themioiuciei' touched oloso to tho
freezing point in tho Sehulykill
valley last night. Flake.s of, snow
fell nnd oside!it of northern Berk-
county report that a regular squall
vi-iled that section boforo daylight
Farmers fenr that continued wot
weather will eaue growing vego
tables to rot in th ground.
Omaha, Nob., May 2S. -United
Stnten woathor bureau reports
heuA-y frostn nearly all over No
hmskn last night. WJitat is probab
ly not injured. Ilyo 8iifofroi great
ly not .'injured. Tiyo suffered grent
not having oven sprouted. Market
gardens, m Doujlns county suffer
ed greatly. t
Sli .Topli mKm May 28.
Xoit Invest , Mjsspnrii was. vmttcd' by
a dflinag'ing frost Infet ni'd. "Tbd
strawberry 'crop especially .suffered.
Findlay, O . , May .2.8. -Shortly
ibefoio 2 oVlork yesterday snow
fell here tor 10 minutes 'breaking?
all records for this time of year.
WEATHER CAUSSES A
Niles, O., May 2S.-D, L,
Lnnsonbaelior, a lycalthy Canftohl
farmer eoimnittod sitiolido by shoot
ing, bowmso ho feared ho wouldn't
bo ablo to reap "any crop owing ilo
tlio Injo spring. t