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TnE MARION DAILY MIRROlC THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907.
8T. BURGESS ...Business Manager
IA. C. HOLLAND Editor
P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
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Weather for Ohio Showers tonight
and Friday; slightly, cooler in the
A New England preacher -who
was a stout defender of Roosevelt
hao been; ousted from Jus pastor
ate. No doubt it was a square
Gov. Beckham of Kentucky is
the latest eon of the Smith to be
brought forward by hi sfriends for
the Democralc nomination for
Snails are said to be plentiful
this year. Several of .them have
been discovered in the Attorney
General's office. They are after
There was another big slump in
tho price of stocks on the London
market, Juno ID. and prices in
Wall Street wore also badly off.
After nil, the Republican party is
not panjc proof.
TJie Hague Peace Commission
lias decided not to discuss the mat
ter of, "hip-pocket" disarmament,
and President Roosevelt is to be
congratulated that .there is to be
no atow over bis peaceful bablts.
Animals cannot laugh .assorts a
scientist. Can 'it they? To "grin
like a dog" is as old as boly -writ
and other instances might be cited.
(Anyhow another .nature-fakir has
exposed his ignorance of animals.
An Oliio paper is such an enthu
siastic Taft boomer that it de
clares his election would mean
"four more years of fatness." But
it 'fakes fomethng more than a fat
president to make prosperity.
The Administration baa won a
good many litorary trlumplis over
tho Standard Oil Company and E.
H,, Harriman. But it seems to
liaye allowed tho literature of the
etatuto books to reman a dead let
Don't be alarmed by the Gnavos
Roosevelt coaltion. It moans noth
ing but vanity on both sides. John
Temple Graves has about as much
influence in Georgia politics as any
reliable Democrat has with Presi
Secretary Root has discovered an
old( statute wliich gives the Presi
dent power to exclude from im
portation, intoi tho United States
the. products of any country dis
criminating against any product of
Ana United States. T.liisis "expected
to make France lay down her head
and admit our trust-mode Cotton
Seed Oil to compete with her Olivo
oil, Theso Republicans always have
an .ace up their sleeves to help out
No persisten seeker of the Presi
dency except Van Buren and Buch
anan,, ever attained 'that office; and
'these two wore comparative failures
lifter they attained it. Clay, Web
eter. Calhoun, Cass. Douglass, Sew
ard. Ohase, .Blaine ,and Sherman
were all unable to reach the goal
of their ambition, Under tho sys-
i.ii ' j ' " r " " -
A 'line of ten new views of Mar
ion in a new process; Sepia and
Presbyterian and German M. E.
Catholic church. , .
St. Mary's school.
t. M. 0. A. !; y I
Methodist church. . .
Hutfer Mfg. Oo, ' i, ' "j;
Masonic Temple. .;, r,.
Christian church. "'"" " '""""
ScjEach 2 for 5c 25c Doz.
C. a Wiant
IOOKSELLES AND STATIONER.
Tke House of Pofet Carii
tern of party government availabil
ity te the solo test of etrength;
and it so happens that few brilliant
men are available- Such' men al
ways make powerful enemies.) '
Mr. Fairbanks ought to Wave
known better .than lo use just forj-y
Manhattan cocktails on tho occa
sion of, thq President's visit to In
dianapolis.: Thd number used sug
gests tlio "forty thieves" nnd
the Manhattan brand suggesta,
"Wlall Street thieves." If ho had
ordered an odd number of good
whiskey cocktails, lio might have
escaped tho wrath of good Demo
crats, oven though his Methodist
Republican brethren kicked like
steers. But os it is. ho has no sym
pathy tfrom any quarter -except
Wall street and Oyster Bay and
even tho President may curse him
for mixing him up as one of the
When the time
delegates to tho
comes to elect
tional .convention the question of,
expediency must bo considered in
selecting tho candidate for presi
dent. What states can lie carry?
tliht is the vital question. It
would bo folly to nominate our
best friend or neighbor and see
him defeated. The best man in
the United States may not get
votes enough to win. he may be
too ontsiioken, or be known to ad
vocate some reform that a section
of .his parly is opposed to, perhaps
because it is not thoroughly un
derstood. A minority party is com
pelled to bo more careful than
the party in power with its many
ways of, smoothing out rough places
and placating kickers.
What Others Say.
One of tho n bjects that is frequent
ly debated in the Hague Peace con
,' oo iu hn nrano doctrine. It la
claimed by many of tho delegates that
the doctrine will do more um u..,
Ln 111 fat.
other one tiling to uring """
national peau-. and that there will
never be International peace until It
Tho Drago doctrine is to " -
fCM that a nat on shall not use us
miiitnrv ami f.aval forces to collect
the debts of individuals, or tne ueuis
owed by Individuals. For Instance,
If a company of Knglltlimeu see in
to loan Venezuela a million pounds,
and Venezuela refuses to pay the
amount when due, the British govern
ment shall not ubo tho power of tne
government to enforce collection. Or,
If an Individual citizen of Venezu
ela becomes indebted to the English
government, ins government shall not
declare war f:g&lnst the country of
which the debtor 1b a citizen In an
effort to collect tho debt.
Nearly all wars of the past havo
been caused thtough money matters.
Many of (hem have been brought
about throudi financial deals that
were not honiat In the beginning. War
ships havo always stood ready to
collect the djbts of clctlzcns, If those
debts were oed by foreigners.
For Instance, a company rocs to
South America from Germany and
begins operations. In the course of
buslnos, the people of South America.
or one of tho South American gov
ernments, becomes indebted to the
Germans. An Insurrection renders It
Impossible for tho people or tho
governments 10 pay the Oormnn ,.r,i.
Itors their nccounts. Then the Em
peror is appealed to. tho mI'ilstPrnn,t
consuU take up tho matter and tho
result is that an ugly tanirlo la mn.io
of tho matter, when In the beginning
... .ma nouuus; more man a private
transaction, tho Germans taking their
chances whon they began doing busi
ness with the South Americans
mm in mi. n instances. It in nri.
always a hi country that uUemnin
to force collodions from a smaller
one. Where Ihe two countries aro
anything llko the same flBhtlmr
strength, there It not so much trou
bio. A creditor respectB a debtor
largely In proportion to the size of
tho debtor. When some of the South
ern 'States in this country repudiated
their bonds after the war, tho Eng
lishmen who l.-Bt money through the
repudiation, sought to have Great
Britain collect the monor they had
lost, and tho English lion showed
his teeth a time or two, but we were
not frightened. We told Encland
(that while we were sorry any of her
uiiituiiii hum muue uuu investments in
the south, that It was not the busi
ness of tho United States to assist in
the collection of those debts and that
the United States would not permit
tho English government to forcibly
do so, and tho matter 'vim fn,i,.,i
Had we been a less powerful nation,
there is no question but England
would have made war upon us to
enforce the collection of tho bonds
which tho Englishmen had purchased
The doctrine comes from n man
named Drago. Ho was probably not
the first to propose It, but he has
been advocating it for so long a time
and so voclfvously that It has como
to bo callel after him. The Hague
conference Is Keeking to have tho
various nations agree that in future
they will not go to waPon account of
such aeuts ovod by Individuals, but
Inasmuch a many of the weaker na-
,.., . .MH1H14UUIPJ UU(.ir,. . . . t.
tlona of tho earth aro Indebted to tho
moro powerful nations or tne om
world, It Is ooLbtful If anything will
come of, the conference's enorts.
Springfield (O.) Bally News.
RROM THE COMMONER.
Fingers nil there?
Illinois undertakers have decided
to call themselves morticians. What's
- K ' 5
Ifofl lina lii.cn- (MsfflVere'd In the"!
British 7arin. Nothlngmo$) c3smo-(
polltan than "craft."
Senator Foraker declares he
fight the Urownsvlllo matter
finish. We run see It.
The "Black Hand" seems to be very
much In need of the Immediate at
tention of tho "mailed fist."
Mr. Rockcfoller doubtless feels like
whispering "cut It short" Into the
ears "of Chancellor Day.
Under the Ircumatnnces, the rail-
Jroads oURht to be willing tp 'pay for
tho twine ind In tho postal depart
ment. If Senntor Foraker can control the
negro vote, whut's tho use of nny
other republican trying for election?
.Even tho nrnch people "will admit
that there is an appreciable difference
between wine riots and bread riots.
Czar Nicholas may discover when
too lato that the douma which suits
him, will not suit the Itussiun people
Tho Philadelphia Public Ledger calls
Colliers' Weekly a "yellow Journal."
Well, we prefer "yellow to "washed
A number of gentle men "close to
tho president" nre talking llko men
who would prefer being closer to the
Tho Nov I.lfo Insurance com
pany Is now telling by Its actions
Just what it thinks of the Hughes'
The Knox boom has sixty-eight
delegates behind It. The Grant
boom had, If we remember rightly,
312 behind It -and yet!
Attorney General Jackson, of Now
York, baa decided that an oyster'Js a
wild animal. Nature faking, will now
leceive a. irosn impetus.
The,' average American. can beidn'.to.
appreciate conditions in Russia' when
he learns that diirlnt? tho lust yea
that' country spent 320,000,000 for pris
ons and only $12,000,000' for schools.
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Tho Missouri Justices of the Bupremo
fourt havo dee'ded to wear gowns
on tho bench. Wo are prepared to
expect almnit anything of Missouri
since that fluke In 190-J .
Vacation Time is Now Here
Going away aro you? Of courJo you will .want
to Weep posted on what is going on in Marion
whllo you are enjoying yourself elsewhere.
Order the flirror
to follow you. It will bo
every day. Do not forget
K - v r, .. jW(
Mr t'm I i J& 'Fv' v c&(L " Ku fM
Clarence;S. DarrowAthJ Chicago lawyer and sociologist, Is attracting much
attention byjlilswork asNchlef counsel
wiiii. r, a.rrow ib uieiauiuor oc u uooic eiitiiieu "Heslst Not Evil," I, wliich
he odvuncositbe dpctrluelof nonresUtanca advocated by Count Tolstoi. Ha has
appeared astcounsel In wpny cases at Issua between capital audsllibor, nlwnys
taking the Mdo of labor. He was chief counsel for. the uuthrucltOjCoal miners
In tho arbitration case a (few years ago. :Tbe'accomi)aiivluK iiiiFufa"sbowa Mr.
l.wreow-,,lu.PPeare ntpreenr, in bis
C. E. SOCIETY
International Convention o
Christian . .findeavorers
Stands for Good Gov
ernments Sonttle, Wadi;, July 11. iThc
international Ohriitian Endeavor
convention began 'last' evening iu
tho big Christian Endeavor itent
with an address of 'welcome by
Governor MenuV;.Reports wero
.rend by PresBHorit' Francis E.
Clnk of the Inernational Christian
Endeavor and General Si'rn'tury
Shaw. Tho convention, -.will cover n
period of five dngifw
A decided staiKlvill be inxen
for better KOveriiinent conditions
in MPfordunce withtifn recommends
tion from President' 'Roosevelt. The
city is elaborately .decorated.
Iowa Judge Enjoins Mother-
in-law From; Meddling
with Affairs'of Son-in-law.
Dfs Moines. Ifilgrfuly 11. Peo
dIc who ,iejfard,tiwwrit of -injunction
as a muuh-ubiised instrument
will ho startled' to, learn that it has
been given .snlllcieiit. elasticity by an
Iowa judge ito uflWk a case of "Too
much motheiviii-lfciwi "
Charles J. ItiloyV of this city,
"appealed to . gjmltro WilHam Mc
Heiuy of the .PTiik4 county district
court to prevent-bis. mother-in-law
Airs. L. IIullj 'tfrom interfering
iu Ids domestio,' affairs, by which,
lie declared she? wa threatening
the disruption' of liis happy homo.
Tfday . hehririg op the writ was
'irniiled and tlloji.fnjunction was
nade eniianpnt.'. Ijawyors .here de
clare tho precedent" to be u'niYue.
bnt express beliefthat "iMie -writ will
J be Bust anted ttpouppcal.
Before th Day ofRaee 8ulclde.
Housewife of 1X30 (to her new
hlrod girl) Yes, Kllza. you will find It
a nice, easy 'place, My brother, tho
captain, is away at sea, and my two
oldest boyB are at boarding school, so
you'll have to cook and wash for only
:5. 1'ucli, f.
a big letter fromhome
this beforo you start..
fpr the ilereime iu the Haywood uiurdor
.. . f w y--, -j-- -- "
JULY CLEARANCE CARNIVAL
I imra pfc nrnui'
i i ityy "
The Chas. W,
LIEUT. COL AYRES
MAY BE RETIRED
The Colonel Criticized Methods of Army and the President
Thinks He's Crazy Will
Wnshington, .Inly 11. By direc
tion of tho president. Lieutenant
Cok.nol Charles G. Ayres, Four
teenth cavalry lias been ordered
before a retiring' board nt tho army
building New York City, July 17
next. Tho detail of Ihe board is as
Brigadier Genera John M. K.
Davis, Colonel Cliai'les A. P. Hat
field, Thirteenth cavalry Lieutenant
Colonel AViliinni P Evans, Elev
enth infantry; 'Major Guy L. Edie.
sunreon; Coptiain Sanfcnd II. Wad
liams. assistant surgeon and Cap
tain William T. Johnston, Fifteenth
cavalry, u recorder.
The boanl -will make a thoi-otigh
exnminntinn of Colonel 'Ayres. phy
sically and mentally, with a view
to ascertaining whether ho is eligi
ble for retirement.
The immediate cause for tho or
der wa tho publication recently
of -an intrview with Colonel Ayres
iu which he is alleged to have criti
cised army methods in discussing
tho trouble between Mis. Ayres
and the military authorities at West
Point. The retiring board is order
ContlU'i id from 1'ago One.
The statem mts thut hla inlsbion was
nccossltated by tho uinbuesudor'a un
satisfactory and meagre reports re
Gardltm tho Jiipnnose conditions in the
United States vaa called to Minister
Aokl's attomor.. Ho denied this re
port with f.n-at deliberation, and
said, In rfisponso to further questions
that thero ha I been- no complaints re
ceived at the embassy of. the character
Indicated. Till- ambassador confirmed
what Mr. MIt.okl, tha counsellor of
the embassy said yesterday, that tho
director's coming trio to ,tho United
States was taken because ho had a
vacation mid wanted lo visit tho
United State. Tho embassy, Mr.
Aokl said, ha I not received nny In
formation of bis contemplated visit.
The ambassa lor's acquaintance with
Mr. Ishlll la.f.s back a very long
time, when tho latter nerved tho for
mer In tho capacity of secretary.
The ambassa tor then told him that
he ought to vltlt tho United States
and thut It wciild bo n very Interest
ing trip, nnl il.ero wora things show
ing tho Iiulj's'rlnl development of
tho United Stales, which tho Japan
ese ought ro know. Mr. Ishll, tho
ambassador, probably would go to
Vancouver, o ."cattle and San Fran
cisco, FOX CHARGED
Middleport Banker is Indict
ed lor Trying to Bribe
Pomeroy, O , .fuly It Late Wednes
day evening, 'i special grand jury re
turned an Indictment against Danker
13. C. Fox, if Mlddleport, charging
him with atVimntlni: to bribe Prose
cuting Attorney Albert r, CUIIler. Fox
was immeuiutry arrested and brought
Into court whin ho was placed under
Tho Indl.vmint Brows out of tho
wrecking of the Mlddlenort bank
last September at which tlmo liifi.-
000 In dopon u disappeared. Fox was
Indicted at hu time, but ho has not
beon brought to trial.
'Miller clalcia that on March G. Fov-
aproachod him with a proposition 'to
null the Indictment agalnot him in'
This Cabinet Free
Did you get a ticket on this $30 McDougall
Kitchen Cabinet we are going to give away
Saturday evening? We give these tickets
free if you call at our store during the week,
We will be crowded Saturday and cannot
give you the attention we would like. Again
we say come tomorrow-t-Friday and avoid
ed in .accordance with section 1240
A .preceding section provides that
any ullicer who Juts served 4 years
as n commissioned olhcin. or is 02
years old inny be retired 1'iom ac
tive service a the discretion of the
president. The board may inquire
into and determine the facl touch
ing the nature and occasion of the
disability of any ofllcrr who appears
to be incapable of performing the
duties of ibis ollico and determine
whether or not his incapacity is tin
incident to the service, in which
case lie nmy be placed on the re
tired list. Otherwise tho ofllccr may
bo wholly retired, which of course
cnnCeti with it a eonlplotc loss, of
retired pay. '
Colonel Ayres received lib? com
mission as a second lieutenant of
tho Twenty-fifth, infantry October
31. 1874, unid has consequently boon
move itiilih 32 yean' in the commis
sioned service, but not 45 years,
to that 5f he is .now roliredit
must bo on account of disability
physically or mentally marking him
n bein? inehpable of performing
tho duties of his office.
consideration nf $1000 to be paid to
Miller. Mlllc had two witnesses
secreted behl-il curtains to hear Fox's
FORAKER TO BE
- AT CEDAR POINT
Saiiduaky, O.. .lulv 11. Congress
man .7. F. t unlng of Norwalk, Thurs
day morning mailed Invitations to the
members of Hie Beventy-second and
soventy?thlrd Ohio assemblies to at
tend tho lohilatlvo reunion to bo
held at Cedar Point, Aug. 1 to 3.
John T. Mack unnouiKed today the
receipt of a totter fim Senator For
aker, In whl jii ho said he would ar
rlvo August 2 for a two or tlireo days'
Fled from Missionaries.
Missionary work among the Hrltlah
North sea fishermen has Its difficul
ties. The rector of Lowestoft says
that when he first boarded a fishing
smack five of the men rushed down
Into the cubin, two Jumped Into the
Junnel and another sprang overboard.
iTarine Moth Bags
To Prevent, Smother arid Suffocate Moths.
HABERMAN HARDWARE CO.
" fl 1 1 '
Via Krlo II. n. to points In th
.Vest nnd Southwest. Ou the Brat
and third Tuesday of. each month,
wo will havo on sale, liotu one way
nd mind trip tlckotH at exceeding
ly low ratea. Call on Mr. L. HJ.
NeberBall, Urle agent, for parllcu
ara, or write
O. L. I3N03,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
Wo npoiid a good deal of our
time in our bedrooms. Do
; wo spend what wo ought iu
tho furnishing of tho room?
It should be neatly and
conveniently furnished, and
a may bo done luxuriously by
We are showing a special
' lino of beautiful things at
figures to suit everybody's
WEST END FURNITURE
(Bowman & Schoonbergor.
not to shrink or fado and
wo guaranteo to do batten
borg alio v or laco or drawn
, work without ruining the
garment or broakitig a thread
DON'T SEND YOUR WORK
OUT OF TOWN. We can do
It and do it RIGHT. Wo
aro Trench dry cleanors.
There iu no others.
112 Court StrVet, Marlon, O.
j Goods called for and deliv
ered Phono 1051.
P. S. -Second hand cloth
ing bought and sold. Suits
.spongsd und pressed, 75c,
I It Jrrs;s, Tj
130 SOUTH STATE STREET.
To wrap and put away all '
sorts of gar,monts and Purs in.
' Oarpet3, Ruga, Mats, Blankets,
Rotfjs, Cushions, Etc. To line
Boxes, Trunks, Store Rooms,
Storago Houses, Pantries, Ward
robes. At tho ost of a few
conts, hundrojg of dollars
worth of Clothing, Robes, 'etc.
can do savcu.
your insurance through thl8 agency,
if you would llko a prompt adjust
ment in case of fire, , we would
suggest that you obtain your policy
idxm ono of l'k largo, strong
companiiij mat i represent,
Fred W. Pctcr5,
HWUmmilOhZ Sontli Maln'.ibeet. .