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MARION. OniO, SATURDAY EVENING. JULY KJ, 1907.
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VOLUME XV. NO. ii86.
KOREA IS READY
FOR A FIGHT
Prince Yi Says His Peoplo will Never Submit to Japan
Conquering Korea Until the Last Man has
PASTOR TAKES AN
Now Comerstown. O., July 13.
Rov. C. V Hartman, of the M. K.
phurcli hero, wont rowing nt a. picnic
of his Sunday School class with hii
wife, two Bohr and Mrs. .1. C Ow
ens niul hor foil The loat overturned
und tho party wnB saved hy thru.
hoys, following lu n byat. One of
tho rescuers, Blako Minds, aged 13,
The Hague, July 1?. "Wo Korean
will never submit. Wo will fight to
tho end." In these words Prince Yl,
head of the Korean delegation which
has been refused admittance, to the
peaco conference, answered tho re
port that Japan Is preparing to do-
"Japan evidently In preparing for
another erlnm to be. added to thosu
already perpetrated on Korea," the
prince added. "If Japan annexes
Korea, we will try to rally our people
and light to tho laid drop of oil
blood. They cannot butcher twen-
pose the Korean emperor and annex ty million people."
Troops Clash with the Peasants and in Most Instances are
Worsted Reinforcements are Rushed to the
Ilrynti, O., July 13. Thomas J.
Clark, tho Chicago automoblllst, who
was Injured when his (Hidden tour
entry jumped over an embankment
near here, Thursday, Is near tho
death. Tho attending physicians say
lio cannot live but n few hours. HU
wife Is at the bedside.
Conference Held Today at
'Frisco will Probably De
cide the Question
of the Vrzal family, died from arsen
ical poisoning. Tho post mortem ilia
closed from four to six grains of ar
senic In the liver and the state ot
the entire body compelled the con
vlrtlon that the woman died fiom tho
slow administrations of the ilrmr in
!smoll (niantltles. Tho family physi
cian of the Vzrnls testified that ho
prescribed for the girl, but did not
glvo her arsenic.
Chicago, July 3. With labor
commissioner Nelll today In confer
ence with tho Western- Union and
Pcatnl officials and the telegrapher?
union representatives, at San Krancls
co, It will probably be decided be
fore night whether thero will be
peaco or war. If Nelll does not effect
an agreement, It is believed that tb i
telegraphers In New York and Chl-
Jcago will bo called out at onco. Tin
liLKCTON WAS VALID lUnlon men In lwth cities nro only
awnlling tno woxi. and arrangement i
have practically bpen concluded for
conducting the strike.
HAS NOW BEGUN
First Announcement is Made Today of Candidates
Entered in Great $1,500 Voting Contest of
Marion Mirror and Race is Now
on in Earnest.
Hast Liverpool, O., July 13. The
Heal law election, by which the city
was recently voted dry. was declared
valid by Judge Martin, today. The
case will be carried to the higher
couit. Infonmlltlcs In the petition are
St. Petersburg, J ly 13. Southwest
ern Russia Is once more In tho throes
of an Agrarian uprising. From the
Black Sea to the western boundary,
peasants are In revolt nnd nre vent
ing their anger on the landlords.
Thousands of troops nro being hur
ried Into tho provinces of Kherson,
Kiof, Podolola und Dessararla, and
clashes between peasants and troops
havo occurred at several points, In
most of which tho troops havu been
worsted. 'Pillaging and conflagration1!
havo marked the progress of the up
rising and a number of lives have
TWO BELLAIRE MEN
Hellalre, 0., July 13 James Con
roy took carbolic ncld last night and
Eugene Thompson, aged 20, fired a
bullet through his heart this morn
ing because his girl went back on
Valentine Law is Held by
Trust Men to Have a
Admiral Yamamoto and Other Japs Declare There is no
"Dangerof War Friendly Feeling Between f the Two
Nations will.Probably not be Interrupted for Years.
New York, July lft. Admiral
Baron Yainamoto, one, of Japan 's.
naval expert. ywt onlay met for the
first time, President Roosevelt, the
mau who. more than any oilier man
wtas responsible for tlm conclusion
of .peace between Japan. nd (Hiissiu
after a 'prolonged wur, dining
vhioh Admiral Yamamoto was Jap
an's minister ofj marine.
In a (privbito convcisation 'the rop
rosontatuctf of the two countries
discussed the cloud which had boon
hovering over the long lahtin
friendship between Japan. and
America, and each expressed the
opinion that it was merely n
passing shadow nnd one which
could in no way reueh a climax
that would shako tho confidence
each couptry lias had in tho other
since the day Commodore Perry
induced tho Tokcgawa shotgun to
open tho island empire lo com
munication Avith the outside world.
Although -Admiral Ynnuimoto is in
America purely in a personal cap
acity and m way as . representa
tive of his government. President
'Roosevelt inado special arrange
ments .which lie made on sovoral
party of naval ofllcers who accom
pany him and both bofore and af
ter iiio juncueon nt wiiien unv wuru
Toledo, O., July 13. The llilckinen
will pay the fines imposed by Judge
MorrlH yesterday, but the lumbermen
and bildgemen nro going to tako
their rases to the supreme couit. If
The Valentine law provides that the
poimlty shall be "Imprisonment for
not less than six mouths nor moid
than one year," but the law does not
say wheie this imprisonment is to
be. In Jail, penitentiary or work
house. The convicted trust men will
nrune that this voKiiencM! renders tho
Expert Says From Four to haw worthless.
Six Grains of Arsenic was
iounu in Liver. irrciiiNn rcttoonhu
RUN DOWN BY LINER
New York. July 13. Tho fishing
schooner Nlckerson was run down lu
a fog by Mho Whlto Star liner. Ro
manic. Three of the crew were
drowned and fifteen rescued by the
Large Number of Nominations Already Made and Every
one of the Seven Districts has Put Forth Big Number of
Candidates Fourteen Magnificent Prizes to be Given
and with Two Prizes Certain for Each District, Every
Candidate has a Good Chance Candidates Getting Ear
ly Start will Stand Best Chances of Winning List with
Votes Published Daily Beginning with Monday.
Chicago, .Inly l'l Dr. Harold Mov
er, expert witness ror tno mute, 10
day testified that Mary Vrzal, tho
supposed victim of Hermann lllllek,
tho Bohemian fnituuo teller, who is
charged with poisoning six members
In tho Issue of tho Marlon Minor
today Is toM tho tlrst leal story of
tho campaign for the fouiteen niug
nlllccut prizes offered In the Mirror
gigantic $K.O0 voting contest.
Today Is given for tho tlrst time
the names of the candidates placed
in nomination until lust evening, and
these candidates ground together
form a solid linlanx for the grand
chargo on the splendid prizes
Ever slnco the tlrst announcement
any lady. Two prizes are certain to
go to each district, either the auto
mobile nnd one of the gold watches.
or one of the diamond rings and oiui
ot tho gold watches, and every can
didate stands a god chance of win
ning one of the splendid prizes. Can
didate stands a good chance of win
against tho entire field, but onlv
against those In their Immediate dis
trict for the diamond rings and tho
gold watches. It Is only In tho in
stance of tho grand prize, tho auto-
of tho contest was made, nominations .mobile, that the candidates compete
havo been coming In In a lively man- lagalnst tlm entire field, for tho grand
ner; every district has put forward 'prize opplles to all districts.
Its quota of claimants for tho prizes. candidates will find their greatest
I ..n... .I.n .1... .,. w.ci r.f tiki. f.l ' . . ......
success in amassing u mg oto lies in
directed 'solely against the peoplo
of that bectiou of the country and
t.iat thero was no invisible ekiuce
of this feeling reaching a point
where (rouble between the govern
ments would bo possible.
After tho visit to Oyster Buy
Admiral Yainamoto and the mem
bers of his suite exploded great
delight at having had the oppor
tunity of meeting the president
the United States in much an nn
fonnal manner and Mid that they
wero convinced that today 'w meet
ing had done much to brush away
any possibility of a misunderstand
ing nuiwceii niu iwii I'liiiiiiuuT
As nn incident oC yest cud ay's
meeting Capt. Kmio who is Ad
miral Yamamoto'.si aid, presented
to President Roosevelt la. personal
gift from tjio Emperor of Japan.'
Too gift consisting ot a small box
of tho imperial Japanese wt bin
queer, the making of, which is a
lost urt even in Japan.
Oysicr Bay. h T. "July 13.
An olliciul statement launoupcing
a "thoroughly good understanding
and fundamental friendliness" be
tween tho United States nd Japan
was issued by Proidont Roosevelt
yesterday through ,Soerotary Loob
after tho departure of Admiral
Are the Men Who Appeal to
the Republicans of
''Ashlnbujn, July lli.-Thn' Ash
tabula county Republican central
committee at Jefferson yesterday
unanimously ndoptrd -a resolution I
approving of the course of Presi
dent Roosevelt and endorsing Sec
retory of War -William 11. Tat't for
president in U)0S. It was nUn de
cided at this meeting to inaugurate
the first test of the primary plan
in this county in the selection of
a caiididatu for 'the stale legisla
ture. This decision was (reached
after ci warm discussion. TJie pri
inarTci will lie held by the Re
nublican from 1 lo 7 i. in. Aui;.
The Stale Immediately Begins Introduction of Testimony
in Rebuttal-Dominick Flyne is Contradicted.
llolso, Idaho, July 13. The detenso
in tho Huywijod'trlal rested Its casi.
Immediately niter couit reconvened
Hill mine was blown up. (lalney sal.l
FJyno told him at the tlmo that he
did not know whero Orchard had
r " .- . . - .
Tho state Immediately began th It. 13. Qrlmsiiaw, or ucauwoou.
intrniiiie.Mnii of Its testimony In rcrl identified John M . Odell, editor of the
buttul. Dan (lalney, or Walla WHlIminiiiora magazine lie was canto io . Marlon Mirror.
WashlnKton. (outradlcted DomlnlncP testify that 0 Nelll wan tried for While candidates, will bo unable to
and now that the names of the fair
contenders have been announced, the
real battle Is Just beginning, which
will grow In liveliness us tho contest
Now thnt tho competitors have been
announced, tho people of this entire
section of tho country will ehooso
their favorites from tho lists, actively
rally under the banners of thy can
didates ot their choice, and begin a
friendly warfare against their com
petitors for tho prizes. It Is a funda
mental tx nt la that the American people
take great delight in a struggle of
any kind and figuring from this basis
the contest for the Mirror prizes
should prove about the most inter
esting ever known In this section.
In tho list printed today only the
names of the candidates are given.
Beginning with Monday, however,
tho mimes of nil candidates will be
given dally with the number of vote
each has received. Votes will bo tak
en out each ovonlng at four o'clock,
counted up, added to tho nuinbor th
candidates already had, and the nov
I vote, published In tho next issue of the
Flvun. who wi8 Introduced by tha murder, but objection was raised aim
prosectlou and who swore that Orch- Itlio court took tho question under
arc! was playing cards when Bunker advisement.
entertained kit the -picsidout's sutn-J Ynmmnoto and Ambassador Aoki
mer homo at Oyster Bay took op-l from SagPinore Hill. TJio statement
caflion to discuss -in purely informalj fpllows:
manner Ilia stories which for somoj "Tho president had a long inter-
timo have been printed in the soii-fklow with 'Admiinl Baron inmoin
6alional papers of both countries, joto and it was most wit i factory
Admiral Yamamoto, in tneso in evrrv way. it simpiy eoniirnw
what had Already been maclo elcur
by Ambassador Aoki, tho tliorough-
conversations, repealed tho state
ments which lie lux made on sovornl
occasions' flinco lie arrived in Now
York, that or.y feeling that thorn
ly good understanding between the
two irovoriiments aim mio innua
might be iff Japan because of oo-tmentul frioudlines between tho two
currcnccs on the Pacific oast was , nations. "
He Says He Never Saw
Josephine J Leslie, sWho
Claimed His Friend
13. Amorlcau mR
llonalres aro catching the "testifying
habit." Following the uppearunce ot
John D. Rockefeller In court n week
ago, J, Plorpont Morgan todny was
a witness In a London criminal court,
Morgan was called to testify ngalnst
Mrs, Josophlno Leslie, who is allepod
to have operated extensively In re
llevlng tho credulus of surplus cash
by playing upon her alleged friend
ship with Morgan, claiming that tho
American financier furnished hor wun
Investment "tips," Morgan declared
ho had never deen or heard of tha
Woman, Mrs, Leslie had beon cut
ting n wide swath. Up to hor arrest,
last week, she lived at the best ho-,
tela and spent money lavlbhly,
uioiin r-iil i rm nrilfice
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tell from the list printed today
whether or not they lead their dis
trict, they aro urged to begin their
campalKiis for votes nnd subscriptions
immediately In order to gain tho
Initial position If they do tot hold It
already. When It is considered that
Just one now yearly subscription
counts for 2.'00 votes. It Is plain how
easy It will bn to pile up a blc total
vote and pass any candidate who
leads by a small mnrglu of votes.
It should bo borne In mind by the
candidates that thero aro fourteen
different prizes, nnv one of whhh i
getting subscriptions for the Marlon
Mirror. The special ballots which
aro Issued for subscription payiuontH
count up amazingly and enable n can
didate with a little personal effort on
her pa.l to secure a total vote that
will even exceed her tlrst and most
sangulno expectations. From tho fact.
that practically evorybody In tho
territory covered by tho contest will
be enlisted as a partisan of some ono
of other of tho candidates, tho candl
dates will find vote-getting u genuinn
Candidates should remember that
their friends will tako pleasuro in
aiding them In their efforts to get tha
splendid prizes and should not over
look a sIiikIo one Tl.o candidates
calling upon their friends Immediate
ly and starting their campaign UK
onco will stand the greatest chances
of winning in the end, for It creates
tlm most enthusiasm and gives their
campaigns prestige, which are two
prime factors for success.
Subscription books for uso of tho
candidates, and also advertising mat
ter to aid them in their canvass, aro
now ready in tho Contest Dcpartmcnr
of the Marlon Mirror offlco nnd enn
bo had by tho candidates and their
friends upon request.
Kull Information concerning tho
fourteen magnificent prizes, nnd how
tho candidates will win them Is given
to tho public again this evening lu
tho largo display advertisement which.
Is printed on another page of this
Anyone interested In tho contest,
either personally or for a friend
should call up by 'ruono or wrlto
the Contest Department of tho Mn-
would naturally appeal to the heart or r"m Mirror. Marlon, Ohio.
i COUNTING t0 VOTES
J, MARION MIRROR $1500 CONTEST.
For Miss or firs.
This ballot to be counted must be
carelully tiimmecl around border and
deposited in ballot box unfolded.
VOID AFTER I
JULY 13. I
Ma6tlff to Servo Jail Term.
Dotrolt. A monstor mastiff owned
by Mrs. Albert Chenes, 012 Hlvor
street, has begun aorvlug a term ot
40 days in Jail with his mistress, who
went to a coll because sho refused to
part with him. Tho dog followed bet
to the county Jail and whined discon
solately out8ldo tho door until the
attaches let him In and permitted him
to Ho down bcaldo tho coll ot Mrs.
Cheuoa. Tho woman was arrested
for fulling to obtain u license for the
dog', which la said to havu bltteu u
AUSTRALIANS CAN f
CAN PLAY TENNIS SOME
London, .luly 13 -Normuu DrookeH,
of Australia, defeated It. C. Wright.
tho American, lu the tlrst lound of
tho preliminary eoutustn for tho
Dwight Davis tennis cup, at Wimble
don, today. Urookoa took tliq match
In straight sets.
In tho second couteat for the cup,
A. I Wilding, ol tho 'Australian
team, defeated Karl Dehr, tho Amor,
lean 1-C, G-3, a-6, 7-5 and C-3.
' -' - ." 1 '"F''' Callahan in 8t. Paul Plonr Preii.
i i , fife, " i. tf&3