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VOLUME XV. NO. 247.
MARION. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUAY a), 1907.
PKIOE TWO OENTCS
REMAINS REST BESIDE
, OF MARTYRED
Simple Funeral Services
Saxton McKmley Were Held m lanton
and Body Rests in the Great Vault.
No Funeral Sermon Preached, Simply the Ritualistic Ser
vice of the Church was Read by the Pastor of Mrs. Mc
Kmley 's Church-President Roosevelt and Many Other
Government Officials Attend Services-Room in Which
the Body Lay was a Mass of Red and White Carnations.
Cnnton, 0., May 129. -The f mi-
cnvl ot Ida oexiou .ucivuuuj,
widow of former Trasident Me
Kinlcy, Wednesday afternoon, was
Minplo ns her life llnd been. No
Mrrmoii was preac-hod. Rev. 14. 0.
Buxton pastor of her church, read
a simple sory.Vo mid a little later.
Iho plain casket was placed in the.
vault at West Lawn cemetery,
where the body of the kad presi
dent had been.
In tho house, white carnations
banked 4ho room on cither .side.
These were the flowers feho loved
best. TJioy were mingled with red
carnations1 the favnrJto of tho
martyred president. "Nearer My
God To Tlieo" was sung. Tlio sor
vieo at tho house lasted barely a
Shortly aCtor 1:30 Fcsidont
Roosevelt and party left the Day
homo, a. few doors mway and joined
Fear of the Uprising Assuming an Anti-Foreign Aspect
Has Alarmed Them Two Detachments of Troops are
on Their Way to the Rebellions Sections' but the
Task is too Big for so Few Soldiers.
Swatow, China, May 20,-Mis-shnarias
from tho interior districts
of China arm flocking to this city,
fearing for thoir lives in the pres
ent uprising' of the Triad .soc'-ioty.
A I Lieu Chow, tho Gorman mission
in- reported e'estroyed. Tho mis
sionaries of all nationalities fear
tho iijnislng may assumo an nnli
forulgn complexion mid tiio aban
doning their fctations and rushing
Hong Kong China, May 20.
Two Jurgo dotarhnient of troops
H. Clay Pierce is Planning to
Enter the Field Against
the Big Trust.
, Kansas City, May 'if). -A friend
of II, Clay IMcrco is anlhoiity lor
iho statement that 1'jorco is plan
ning to onlor tho field against the
Standard just as soon as ,tho Mis
souri ouster decision is handed
down. , ,
Tho personal friendship wlijoh
lias'-'Wuc' existed between Pierce
and .TohVW". Gates, logether with
. ifcliooi'iwlJ llinb Gates" has iceently
purchased loase.s on thousands of
jacres of dil'landi in tho Indian
Torritory And that both havo ve-
pently been tnromi'd by tho stand
ard Oil cinw4l, lends color to tho
Tho Wators-Pioroo Oil Co.,
was foundpd by Pierce and mado
him hirf fortuno. Ho was getting
rich rapidly when itho Standard,
through alleged questionable means
scoured laigo holdings in. his com
!)y and Jjo was heinc; driven out
ntaho field. Jt is wiid ho and Gates
Haver bpeil framing up tlio indo
pbndqnt "' company,, deal for several
nn(h8. ' .,,.
Over the Remains of Ida
the relatives in the house.
casket lay in tho front parlor.
Few wc.ro in the room when tho
Pjcsident bent above the whitu faeo
theie. No flowers weio on tho
easket .'itself but the space behind
and the Avails on cither ulo were
banked high with thein. liov.
Buxton and Uev. Holmes of
Youngslown, alternated in reading
the ritual. A short prayer, nuothor
hymn ''Load Kindly Light", the
favorite of the dead president and
tho .service at tho house was- end
ed. In the procession to the cemetery
tho clergymen and pnll hearers
followed the hearse; alien the rel
atives, then eamo tho president '
carriage. With Roosevelt were
ViVo President Fairbanks, Klilui
Hoot .and Secretary Loeb. Seerot
Service men were in carriages closo
behind . Jn other carnages were
.Tamo,- n. Garfield, Secretary AVil-
aro on their way from Swatow
and iShiuhing into ithe rebellious
sections of Twnn Tung province
to meet tho armed rebels, nnd put
down tho upr'i-iing. It is fcaicd
the task is (greatoi however than
tho troops can accomplish.
The Uebelsi cajilured .the family
of u Chiniso brigadier general
a-id compelled every member of
'tlio family to suieido by jumping
into n well. Hcpor's of similar
outrages mva coning in. Not sinco
the boxer uprising, has Chinn.
(faced fiuoh a serious levolt.
Infant was Killed and Be
headedThe Head Has
not Been Found.
Springfliold, 0... May 20. -After
a careful examination by the
coroner, it wag announced today
that the, headless child found in
Thick Creek, last Tuesday, hud been
liorii alive and then brutally mur
dered. Finger marks about tho
shoulders nnd arms showed plainly
bow tho child was held by its e.xo
vnlioimis. Tho head has not vet
SECRETARY TAFT WIIX
NOT TALK POLITICS
Cincinnati, 0.,, May 20. -Score-tnry
Tnft 'passed through CJucin
nati, Wednesday on his .way to
St. Louis where ho will deliver an
address boforo tho Millers' con
vention. Ho refused to talk poli
tics. .Qood Use for Lava.
'"Lava may bo blown into beautiful
ereen-colored bottles, 'lighter ' 'and
stronnor than ordinary gliiss.
I son. Surgeon General Hixey, As
sistant .Secretary Latla, Kx-Gover-nor
ITornck and Mis. llcrrick,
General Corbin, Senator Knox,
Kx-Poslnnster General Gary and
Mrs. Giu'y, C. 0. Dawes, formor
complritlcr of currency and Mrs.
Dawes, Senator and Mis, Dick,
Governor llnrm mid state officials
from Columbus. Behind these wore
the carnages of Canton eily offi
cials. At West. Lawn cemetery tho cas
ket was borne to the vault wlieie
tho body of ex-Fresident MoKin
ley lies, under n guard of soldiers.
There the reading of the vitual was
continued. The service closed with
tiie Lord's prayer and benedic
Tlie president arrived hero at
12:-I0 after an uneventful trip from
I Washington, lie was warmly grcct-
ed at the few places at which tho
tram stoppo-d enroute from Pitts
bur to Canton. Ileie. extraordin
ary precautions were taken to safe
guard the President, duo to the
alarming rumors;, largely untrue.
Police from "Cleveland, Massillon,
Canton and other cities, assisted
the secret scrvico officers in
guarding the president from tho
moment ho reached hero until lie
left for Indianapolis, nlo (lfs af
ternoon. On the run from Wash
ington, the utmost precaution was
taken to give alio train a clear
track and special railroad detec
tives patrolled every font of .the
way to see that nothing' untoward
At Klhvood City nnd New Castle
Junct'un, the President was greet
ed by crowds. At lAkron ho
waved Iris hands cheerily to the
Ute os nnd at other, points he
shook hand-s and exchanged words
wrlh mouthers of tho crowd near
est to the ear.
When the president landed in
Canton he was plainly shocked by
tho cheers of tho big crowd that
greeted him. lie 'made no response
but passed on to h'u carriage- with
Three- men were arrested today
as they got off a train from Clove
land and will ho held unl'il tho
president leaves. Nothing is known
of (he men.
"LET NOT YOUR LEFT HAND KNOW WHAT YOUR
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iMK rW '1' Hill SuUWI lJ
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i Note. LooU t ni ldo of thi nlctur at'w time. , ,
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Victoria, May 20. Two
hundred and soventy per
sons arc known to havo
been killed in a disastrous
typhoon! In the Carolina
Islands,! recently roported
hv nflliln frnm Kmlnmr
Australf,. Persons clung
to thn'.itops of trees for
days before heln rescued.
Tlio smaller islands were
practically swept clean by
He Says Roosevelt will be
Nominated by Republi
cans, Democrats or
Paris. Mn. 20. -Thomas W.
Lawson, the Boston financier, who
is touring Bu'mpe says in an inter
view, that Hfoscvclt will bo re
nominated nnijf ir-oleeted president.
Lawson says, uj the Republicans do
not nom'niataufoK-ovclt the Demo
cuits probabljJwMI and if neither
the D'Miioeratswpr IJcpuhlicnns put
him on tho jjck.t. Lawson says
ho will organize a finance- party
to name- Roosatall mi sin independ
ent ticket nnflTcddy w'll win Jn
GREAT GAS WELL IS .
STRUCK&T STEUBEN VILLE
Stoubciivillo0.t,fiay 2!). Tlio great
est gas well evej struek In.tlia vicin
ity came In lui- ntehUvacroaa the
river. It will jnoilnne over flvo mil
lion feo dally. T'io strike 1ms created
a great excitement.
iLouIbvDIp, K.v., .May 20 A gen
eral strike of machinists on the Louis
ville and Nashlllo railroad was ord
ered this morning. Tho machinists
ask recognition of tho union nnd n
uniform scale. No Increaw In pay Is
;r. .--.. . s r -. . i
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W ' mm I l
Dr. Long the Nature Man,
Violent Attack was Made by the President
has a Come-back and a Hard One.
He Makes the Issue a Personal
iu waning Kooseveit a wuitul Prevaricator Brown De
mands a Public Apology, Saying That the President's
Square Deal Policy Should Include it Warm Letter is
Given to the Newspapers.
Stamford, ct., May 20. Dr. Wll-
Ham .1. Img, the nature man, who
lins been so thoroughly advertised In
the past few weeks by President
Roosevelt objects to being given a
ir-ombersliip In the Ananias club. He
says bo's not qimlillcd, and In saying
It almost nominates the president
himself for a place.
Dr. Long puts the question right up
to tho president, and says tho matter
has become a personal one between
the two. He tells tbo president all
this In a letter fccnt to tho White
House and given to the papers by
The passage In which be cornea
very near nominating tho president
for membership In his own famous
club is couched In conservative, but
noiio the less nnmlstukablo language.
Ho declares his work has been as
honest as any educated man could
GOVERNOR HARRIS WILL
PARDON AN OLD SOLDIER
ial Hay pardon will probably fall
to Charles K. Fowlei, a veloinn
if the Civil War, serving n life
sentence from Cleveland for as--ault
upon his daughter.
MURDERED HIS WIFE
BECAUSE OF JEALOUSY
Alpena. Mich., May 29.-Chnr-h
Mullctlc,. a Miine mason, ihot
and hilled his wile. Tho crime, was
line to jcilousy. Mallelld win tir
loted. RIGHT HAND DOETH."
-Mowhorur ml Piapatot ;
Upon Whom Such a
One and Comes Very Near
jmako'lt. that Iio has written notli-
lug unsupported by o-tfier his person
al observation or rellablo testimony,
and demands that tho president apol
ogize as publicly as ho condemned
him for tho charge laid at his door.
The letter says In part:
The Issue between you and mo Is
no longer one of animals,
It Is not chiefly a matter of
natural history, but of truth nnd per-
sonal honor. In a recent macnzlno
article you deliberately attack me as
wcii as my nook. ou havo used tho ence. You have forfeited your right
enormous influence- of your official to that silence by breaking it by
position to discredit mo as a man. to j.-omlng out in public to attack n.
Injure my reputation, and Incidentally .private dtl7on. If your talk ot a
to mako a poor man oven poorpr by deal Is not nil a sham, If your fro
destroying If possible the sale and in- quent moral preaching is not hypoc
fluonee of his work. rlsy. I call upon you, as president and
"In ovcry preface I havo stated, as a man, to come out and admit
mid I now repeat, ihat ovcry Incident the error and injustice of yourchargo
I have recorded rrom my own ol)ser--!jn Hie snme open and public way 1n
vatlou Is true as far as an honest, which you havo made It."
ML Miff SUMNER
Cold Waves are Sweeping Over Country From Siberia
All Records are Broken and the Outlook is
Washington, May 2!). As
the enuso of the unseasonable
werfther conditions now prevailing
tho exports of tho weather bureau
have but two facts and ouu theory.
One fnpfc is that iirncticnlly oveiy
bit oC tho cobl air that has boon
niohiiig down from tho northwest
has come from tho diroct'ini of Si-
Another foot is that it has como
in Midi gicnt volumes that .it has
leaped over tho natural barriers
found m tho mountains of Iti'it'tdi
Columbia and spread over tho
northwest, the middle west. como
around the (Ireat Lakes to New
York and New ICuglnnd and gone
as far south iu, Te.u.
llemiukably unseasonable weath
er with a cold wnvo etonding
ihroughuut ho country east of tho
flocky mountains, ithernioniotoi's in
inline sections registering tho low
est temperatures for tho season in
many years, i reporteal by tho
Weather buro-iu officials say that
thoio U no immediate prospect of
any summer woathor any whore. The
present old wnvo, thoy ndd. Ims
been running through most of tho
present month. Heavy tresis aro
rcpoi.ted 1 rum Michigan nd other
states of the lake region. The cold
wave is partinulorly severo in tho
southwest, nnd is due, according to
the weather export. to tho heavy
rami, in that part of tho country.
It is with a jjood deal of com
('ut that the weather bureau peo
ple ore able to bring forth printed
documents in confound tho oldest
inhabitants uho insist that thora.
never was anything liko tho back
ward spring of this year. Prof.
rVnnkenf'old, with much show ' of
bulky volumes, sail" that tho spring
and summer of 1RS2 wore worso
than this one. Kight years boforo
that, lie said records won just as
had this year. Two years be
foie tht civil war tho oldest in
habitants said that there- had beeu
neithor spring nor bummer.
Hut itho weatherman of that year
called at lent 'im to 1G41 when t'hero
was frost in evory month of tho
year and tho statement that thoro
had been no stunmor at all was
nearly true. If thoro wero lauy
oldest inhabitants; that year who
iivt'iicii silencing uio recants ol isiu
uliiratcii man can epp and understand
tin- truth In our ircent attack thlsl
ts what you chiefly deny. I have
spoken tbo truth nnd you accuse mo
of doltbernte falsehood and misrepre
sentation. As president of the United
States, you have gone out of your way
publicly to Inuro a private citizen who
was attondln strictly to his own
business and as a man you have ac
cused of falsehood another man
whoso Ideals of truth and honor aro
qulto as high as your own.
'This Is tho whole Issue between
as. I moot It squarely and so must
you. If I havo spoken falsely, If In
book or work of mine, I havo Inten
tionally deceived any child or man
regarding rtilmal life. I promise pub
licly to retract every such word and
nover to wrlto another animal book.
On the other hand, if I show to any
disinterested person that you have
accused me falsely, you must pub
licly withdraw your accusation ami
apologize As a man and as presl-
dont. no othor honorable courso Is
.open to you.
you cannot at this stage. Mr.
i)nnlmn oi, ,m, ii,i,i vi
(presidential office and maintain s'-
was nruiliu'isl . ThnL wfis tho firsli
year i he history of meteorology
knows' about. Thoro wore killing
frost h ithut year in every month
'I'heiv Ims boon snow later this
lyenr than any nuthentio record
xhow. In 104 theio was snow iu
Chieapi on .May 24, but this year
there nn snow threo days later and
.Monday night produced freezing
wont her in south western Kunsa
and Inst n uht there is frost around
tho national capitol.
Secretary Wilson is not at all
alarmed about frosts and green
bugs. Ho knows 'bat wheat, bar
ley ami grains o that kind are nob
hurt by frost. It requires tho
hardest kind of freezing to do
much damage- to them. I lo, knows
that frost are luinl for com but
he has no data show 'tig what
amount of com lias boon put out
nor bun ho any figures to show
what percentage of that which .has
been planted i frostbitten. In two
or i n reo onys no win begin re
ceiving tho report.
During the month of May the
temperature around Washington
has been ) 1-2 degrees below tho
normal. Upper Michigan has boon
tbo wrist section of tho eountry.
because tho deficiency has boon 10
degree. The next coldest has been
eastern New York wheio tho tem-
perntur ran from 0 to 0 degrees bo-
low what it Miould havo been.
RELIEF IS PROMISED. "
Washington, Mny 20. Tho
woathcr bureau finally promise re
lief for tho present ulmp,s,t uwns
cedent sea,on , of cold uweather.,
Iu itho forecast issued today, tho
bureau says it will bo warmor to
night in tho middlo nnd south At
lantio states and upper Ohio Val
ley, killing' frost nave swept ovef
u largo section of tho United States
and, in some places, suows havo
fallen latter m the month than pvw
Now Yoik, May 20. -Tho big
iliner Kaisor Wilhoni Dor Orosso,
which wont aground in tlio mud,
near Sandy Hook, last night, was
floated at high tide "thin momhiff
and preceded to tho dock at Hobo
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