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The Marion Daily Mirror.
VOLUME XV. NO. 302.
MARION, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST J, 1907.
PKIOE TWO CENTS
EUROPEANS TORTURED AND
SLAUGHTERED IN MORR0C0
French Cruiser is Sent to Sceno of Troublo to Quell Holy
War Now Threatening 12 Europeans Slain Yester
day Attrocities are Revolting.
Tangier, Aug 1. Tho French cruis
er Galllllo has arrived nt Casablanca
to protect Europeans who nro In
danger from an uprising of natives
and fhreatcntd holy war to drlvo out
all foreigners. Notlco has been served
on tho Bashaw thnt ho must protect
Europeans under penalty of losing
his own head.
, With tho arrival of tho cruiser tho
situation nt Casablanca Is somewhat
improved. It Is bollovcd that sho
can protect all Europeans thero. With
20,000 mUasclman encamped about
town and agitators preaching holy
war throughout tho country, tho gen
eraj situation Is critical. It is feared
that only a great displny of forco can
prevent tho threatened holy war and
THREE MEN MEET DEATH
IN WRECK NEAR URBANA
Eogine on Pennsylvania Freight Exploded This Morning-
Low Water in Boiler is Assigned as Cause Great
THREE MEN hr cm
Columbus, O.. Aug. 1. .Three rail
roaders lost their Uvos -by tho blow
ing up of an cnglna of an cast bound
freight, on tho IndlanapollB division
of tho 'Pennsylvania railway near Ur
tano, Thursday morning. Tho dead
Philadelphia Bank President
Pies as Result of Pecul
Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. t. -president
Edmund R. Watson, of tho
Northern National Dank hero, was in
stantly killed whllo swimming in tho
pool of tho Columbia club, ono of tho
clty'e prominent social organizations,
, today. Watson decided to tako a
plunge from tho diving bonrd. Ho
mounted tho platform, his foot slipped
and ho foil with great forco against
tho coucrcto tank. At police head
quarters there s an unconfirmed ru
mor that Watson had committed sui
. 40 KOREANS
Hostilities are Provoked and
Koreans and Japs Clash
Washlngton, d. C, Aug. 1. tfho
disarmament of tho Korean army by
the Japanese has provoked hostilities,
'n tho fighting that followed today, 40
Koreano wore killed or wounded. Tho
resualtloB among tho Japancso wore
"light. ThU Information comes to
the statf) department in a despatch
, f I ;omn( .UnltMl, States CoiibuI Genornl
tesmmons a( Beouls.
HOLICEAN WHO SHOWS
COWARDICE IS LBT OUT
.New York, Aug. 1. iPntrolman
Stephen 8, Walsh was found guilty
ystorday by Police Commissioner
" BInghatn of cowardlco and conduct
unbecoming nn officer in falling to
Arrest Frank Warner following tho
snooting of Miss' Norllug and John
Wileon, axi aftor having his insignia
of oitjco stripped from his breast was
summarily ejected from the building
under ordors from tho commissioner.
The cQtnnilsslqnor ordered that
Wolnh ho dismissed from the forco at
onco. .Tlioro wob IntonBo silence In
tho yoom' The Inspector succeeded
lu stripping Walsh of his precinct
a general attack ou all Europeans in
Horrlblo butcheries were perpetrat
ed by tho natives who Invaded Casa
blanca yesterday and murdered tu'clvo
Europeans. Two of tho victims wero
burned allvo. Others woro stabbed
nnd stoned. Thcsa helpless victims
wero tortured by children who amusod
thomsclvcs by gouging out the eyes of
tho sufferers and dnlvlng splinters un
der their finger nnd too nails. Na
tives encouraged snvago youngsters In
this torture Whllo outrages wero
being perpetrated, tho Bashaw's sold
iers stood about without raising a
hand to savo'tho victims. Foreigners
aro. In Btato of Jorror. Today scores
boarded foreign "steamships in harbor.
aro iou F. Chamberlain, aged 12,
engineer, of Columbus ;lt. F. Wels
ncr, aged 28, fireman of Columbus;
nnd Charles A. Stuart, aged 21, brakc
man, of ffolcdo. ijow water In tho
holler la, assigned as tho cause, 'i'lio
tondci and two cars wero, demolished,!
blocking traffic seven hours.
number on his coat lands and IiIh
shield but was unable to rcmovo thd
buttons. Policeman Walsh refused to
tako them off nnd protested to his
counsel. Commissioner lllnchani
then ordered tho Inspector to tako
tho former patrolman to tho front
Etcps of tho building and eject him.
hub was done.
Commissioner Dlnchnm. with tenrn
In his oyes and his volco clmklnir with
emotion, mado a speech to tho patrol
men present, In which ho declared
mat no felt deeply ashamed thnt n
man In tho Now York noli iinnnrt.
mont had been found that was not a
Thaw Names Martin W. Lit
tleton as His Chief
Now York, Aug. 1. ..Martin W.
Littleton, former borough presldont of
Brooklyn, has ibeon selected as ohiof
counsel for Harry K. Thaw, In his
next trial for murder of Sanford
Announcement of Littleton's selec
tion was mado by Daniel O'Rollly,
l who Is still In Thaw's employ, while
tho family eonferenco of Thaw's rel
atives was in progrcB8 at tho Tomba.
Tho consultation was attended by Mrs.
William Thaw, Thaw's mother, Ev
elyn Nesblt Thaw, his wife, and Dan
O'Reilly . In nsuming thu plnco left
vacant by Dolphin M. Delmas, Lit
tleton mado tho condition that ho s
to bo glvon full cliargo ot tho caao.
and that ho will brook no Intorforonca.
It 1b hinted his rutnlnlng feo Is $25,
000. Littleton's nccoptanco Is be
lieved to mean thut In the next trial
thoro will bo no '"Dementia Ameri
cana" defenso, but that a straight In
sanity pica will bo used.
DELAWARE MAN FALLS OUT
. OF THIRD STORY AND LIVES
Dolaware, O,, Aug. 1. In hlq sleep
Ray Funk, twenty-olght, Big Four
fireman, walked from a third-story
window nnd foil fifty foet, He prob"
ably will recover,
Beforo ho fell, Funk walked nearly
around tho Delaware houso on tho
cornice. Ho landed on a caso of
boor, smashing it, but escaping with
uo broken bones.
VICE PRESIDENT HAS A
SAOBUSY, TIME BEFORE HIM
iInlaiRiplM$ AUgil'st T,.-Vlco
PrcsfilpnV tfnlrbft'iiks li heading a
strenuous life notwithstanding his
roputatlon of being one 6f. tho -most
conservative Individuals ihfitlio coun
try. Ho has not planned any'cxpedl
tlons after mountain lions or bears
and it is not intimated slnco tho
famous "forty-cocktall dinner" ho
gavo In honor of President Roosovolt
on 'Decoration Day that ho hns Im
bibed anything more giddy or Intox
icating thnn his beloved buttermilk,
but ho Is traveling about tho country
at a pace that would kill an ordinary
'Ho reached Danvcrs, Mass., Sunday,
but ho has been tho center of a home
coming celebration nt Boston slnco
then, making severnl set speeches.
Ho .will lcavo Danvcrs soon for Lin
coln, Neb., whoro ho Is scheduled
to speak Saturday. He will lcavo
Lincoln as soon as possible after tho
speech so ns to reach Put-ln-Bav.
Ohio, tho first of tho following week
to nttcud tho unveiling of tho Perry
'From Put-in-Uny ho will return to
Indlnnnpolls for two or thrco days'
rest, after which he will return to
Ohio. Tho first week in September
ho will spend In Sacramento, Cal., at
tending the annual Irrigation con
gress. His engagements call for a
rapid trip from Sncramonto back to
Ohio for a home-coming celebration.
Tho Vlco-Prcsldcnt is stnnding the
strain very well nnd is finding tlmo
to keep In closo touch with his lieu
tenants, who aro touring tho country
in behalf of his Presidential boom.
GIRLS, HERE'S THE KIND
OF A HUSBAND YOU WANT
SomcrvlIIc, N. J., Aug. 1. In an
effort to make Ills 2,000-acro park
look like u fairyland for his 'brldo
during their honeymoon, James 11,
Duko pumped tho Itnrllan river dry
nt .this point nnd stopped tho opera
tion of tho Itarltan Wooten mills, the
largest Industry hero.
Mr. Duke has on his estate artifi
cial lakes covering an nrea of several
hundred acres, besides innumerable
fountains and waterfalls. All of these
aro implied by wator from tho Itarltnn
river. In honor of tho bride tho
fountains were mado to shoot their
spray higher, tho lakes wero filled to
overflowing, tho cascades dashed with
unusual volumo over tho rocks and
tho great pumps wero kept pumping
night and day to keep up tho dis
play. Tho iltarltan Woolon mills was left
high nnd dr . Tho mills employ
tnoro thnn 1,000 hands.
QUEER SECT OF PILGRIMS
HAS NO MARRIED MEMBERS
(Winnipeg, Man., August 1. Douk
oubor pilgrims, 83 in number, who
reached Winnipeg yesterday on a
march to a warmer cllmato, continued
tholr Journoy eastward yesterday nft-
ornoon. They wero persuaded not to
go by way of tho states, as they would
cortalnly bo turned back at tho bord
er. Thoy hopo-to reach .Montreal, and
havo implicit faith in completing tho
hazardous Journoy and bolng ablo to
tako ship for Southern Kuropo. They
declined to work farms provided by
tho Government, being adverse to us
ing horses or cattlo nnd nlso to wear
ing clothing mado from wool or boots
mado from leathor. The men and
women aro about equally divided, but
thoy disclaim marriage, saying thoy
nro all brothers and sisters.
TAFT TO BE
His Speech at Columbus to
be. Purely Political
WuBhlnglon, Aug. 1. Secretary
Tuft has lriudo up his mind to carry
tho fight for tho presidential Indorse
ment of Ohld right into- tho political
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nnuiiBMU'il il mo vnuiiiy, suniuur .IUB-
eph B. FOrafker. Ho will open his
cnmpalgn a'MColiunbus with a speech
on August 10.
At Columbus, ho will enlighten Sen
ator Forukor. William A. Tlrvnn nml
lothcr regarding his tariff views. For
tho first tlmo the war secretary will
devote himself wholly to tho political
tnnlpH II 111! Will utntn (nut M-linr.i 1
stands on the big issues of tho day.
Tlioso who represent him hero and
who nro familiar with his purpose
say that from now on Ho will go
Into the fightfor tho presidency with
vim aim determination.
Tho secretn?V Will bo rnllnil iiitnn
to straighten tjit tho troubles growing
urn. in me riiinppinc elections when
ho visits thq Islands In November.
Tho clectlonalhavp lenn n irnnt riia.
nppointment flu tho authorities, as
they show that flip masses or people
aro still us 'Utile ntted for self
government nl II lot of IrrnsnniiHlliln
Ono Of thoiMHclcrtlniia fnr Mm Tm.nl
legislature ,ym tho notorious Dr.
Domlnmlnr Rnmn? i.n.. .i,n i.n
been convlctcclfof rtaud. Is a revolu
tionist nnd soiitenrcd to tho peniten
tiary. Ho IsTllOW OIllv Under it Htiiv
of execution. jIHIh right to a seat In
tho assembly lll be contested If tho
Jail docs not get him first. There Is
renewed taHoTamong tho natives of
With thls'Jrtmdltlon confronting
tho country life secretary will go to
tllO Plllllhllltincft ffi Artn. I.e. i.nA...t.l..
Tho situation JtflUilnu dqllcato- as
.Uk uiiu tviliuil 11 IHCl'U 111 UUUU BIIU
the administration, will bo forced to
depend upon him to settle nil tho dif
ficulties growing out of tho fnlluro
of tho people to make a success of
Official of Federation
Miners Will Talk at
Youngstown, O., August 1. Thoro
will bo a monsteryLubor day celebra
tion hero this year when W. D. Hay
wood, of th-.' W8tVrn Federation of
Miners will xiieak"- here.
Tho plans nro under tho cliargo of
tho Industrial Workers of the World.
Others allied with tho federation
will also mak addresses hero.
BARRELS MAKE THE
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WOMAN WORKS IN MINE
.IN MASCULINE ATI IRE
Washington, Pa.r August l.Mns
ojiernillng ns n man, nnd working sldo
by sldo with her husband In various
Washington county coal mines, ".loo"
Povlo was today discovered to bo
Mrs. Suslo Povlo, when sho was taken
to a hospital, Buffering from Injuries
unstained In a mino accident at Cecil.
Tho woman, according to her hus
band, Stovo Povlo, had been working
with him thrco years. Her coarse
voice nnd close cropped hair deceived
nil as to her sex, whllo her strength
equaled that of any of her male Slav
Tho woman's Injuries were discov
ered to .bo not serious, and her hus
band woh lodged in tho county Jail
here, charged with violating tho law
In employing fomnlo help In tho mine.
Tho woman acted ns Povlo's helper,
and was paid by him.
A RULING ON
Effort Made to Settle Diffi
culties Over County
Columbus, O., Aug. 1. An effort
will bo mado to havo tho county of
ficers' salary law passed on by tho
supremo court beforo the legislature
meets .in January, that tho lawmakers
may bo prepared to tako now action
in line with tho holding of tho court,
If any action should bo necessary.
Yesterday an appeal of tho case,
which was decided in favor of tho
law In .Montgomery county, was filed
In tho supremo court, John L. Theo
bald, recorder of Montgomery county,
Is plaintiff in error and the state
ox rcl. Edward T. Hall, a taxpayer, de
fendant. John W. iWarrington. ,ot
Cincinnati, John A. McMahon, Day
ton; John W. Halthlll, Limn, and El
der Bowman nro nttornpys ongnged by
tho county officials In their fight
against tho low.
Tho principal ground of tho con
stitutional attack- Is that tho law is
not uniform !n operation with respect
to tho number of clerks nnd em
ployes and their salnrles. Under tho
law tho number of clerks and their
compensation aro dctormlucd by the
commissioners for each county. Re
corder Theobald .refused to turn into
the county feo fund tho money ho col
lected ns fees after tho law became
effective, and a mandamus action to
compel him to do so wns contested
vainly on tho constitutional grouudR.
An effort was made to havo Attor
ney General Wado II. Kills allow tho
uso of tho naino of tho slato against
tho law. He declined and declared
his Intention to assist tho defense of
It boforo tho Miprcmo rourt. Yester
day afternoon William H. Miller, as
sistant attorney general said an ef
fort would bo made to sccuro an
agreement for tho Theobald attorneys
to havo the inso advanced, slnco if this
is not done a decision will not bo
reached until utter tho legislature has
CALLED FORTH BY CONTEST
With the Friendly Conflict oi Ballots There is
Naturally a Friendly Conflict of Opinions as
to Which of the Respective Candidates
Will Win the Automobile.
Greatest Work Contest Has Yet Known is Being Done
This Week While the 2,000 Extra Votes are Given for
Subscription Sets Work ot Candidates Really Counts
Double This Week and it May be This Week's Work
Which will Gain a Candidate Success at the Finish
Balloting Continues Good.
' IIOLL OF HONOR.
Mrs. M. Kerstettcr ... 18,117
Mrs. C. M. Myers ... 41,330
Mrs. H. A. Blgford ... 10,170
.Miss Itosetto Knnpp .. 13,80 1
iMrs. Mao 'Mitchell ... 13,811
Mrs. Walter Blblcr .. . 8,031
.Mrs. Hd Hess 3.2S3
Whether this randldnto will win the
nutomobllo at the finish or whether
It will be that candidate Is n subject
which Is calling forth many interest
ing arguments from the people of tho
city and vicinity at tho present time.
Kvoryone Is Inlet ested in his or her
respective favorite and Is confident
that ..success nt. the finish will go to
thnt particular candidate. With tho
friends of ono candidate insisting
their favorite will win nnd with tho
friends of various of tho other candi
dates claiming thnt success nt tho
end will go to their candidates tho
nrguments frequently become very
"Oh, nonsonce," say the friends of
ono candidate when met by friends
of nnother candidate with tho remark
that "you can't win out; we've got
the wholo city lined up for us nnd
will win out by a big majority."
Meanwhile tho other candidates with
their friends' nnd boosters go ahead
with unlimited confidence and earn
estly and vigorously saw wood.
Thoso who havo been watching tho
.movements of the contest have qulck
ily observed that somo of tho greatest
pvork the contest has yet known Is
I being dono this week. This Is tho
week wncn tho work oc tho cnnill-
(SINGLE BALLOT SNvo
For Miss or Hrs.
This ballot to bo
deposited in ballot
GEORGIA WILL LOSE BIG
MONEY WHEN SALOONS GO
Auxuxtn, Georgia, August 1.
I liii".-, reigiib in the liquor tralhc in
Hum state today, binco it is a fore
gone conclusion that tho hill provid
ing lor absolute prohibition after
January 1 will be bigned by Gover
nor Smith before tho end of tho
Dispatched fiom Savnnurth and
other cities toll a fttinnctnl los.s Hint
other cities tell a story of llunneial
loss that runs into may millions.
Aug.iMu will lose .$2"()0,000 in prop
erty values and licence taxes. Co
lumbus will loso heavily. Amrusta's
loss will bo almost treble that of
nil other whisky welling places in
tlio state. Mi'imb wick's loss will run
nbovo the million mark. Mnoon will
snlTer heavily in tho losg. of reve
11110 from many snlnon properties,
and ono of tho finest breweries in
It wns stated here today that rail
roads havo offered to transport
broweries and stills to other etates
dates really counts double. On all
subscriptions turned In this week tho
candidates get tho regular vote cred
its, but ou all sets of six half-year
subscriptions by carrier, or ten half
year subscriptions by mall, tho can
didates get 2,000 extra votes In addi
tion. Candidates get tho 2,000 extra
votes for every set they turn in nnd
ns there Is no limit to tho number of
sets any candidate may turn In nnd
tho number of extra votes that may
be secured It makes It possible to
secure a splendid reserve voto with
less work than it would tako later.
This is the candidate's opportunity.
jAnd It mny be this week's work which
I will win a candidate tho automobile
nt the finish.
Many peopb wonder what It Is that
Is tho most lmportnnt facto for tho
success of any cnndldato in the con
test. There aro many things of
course which piny an Important part
In the prize winning but it seems
safe to say that the candidate who
wins tho automobile will be the can
didate who nskB tho most people for,
subscriptions It's- a simple :rul'e,
hut It looks llko n certain ' one.
"Asking tho most people" will no
doubt provo the true keynote of suc
cess. Yesterday a total of 11,384 votes
wns cast for tho different candidates.
Tho honor ceitlflcntes went to Mrs.
M. Kerstetter. district 1 ;Mrs. H. A.
Blgford. district 2: Mrs. J. Rclden-
bnugh, district 3 :MIss Rosette Knnpp,
district I ;5Irs. Walter BIbler. district
0. and Miss Maud Decker, district 7.
Four of the honor certificates given
In the competition for tho 1,500 extra
votes havo now been nwarded and it
will tako tho ccrl'dcntes awarded to
day and tho3o nwarded tomorrow to
determine tho different district win
ners of tho l.fiOO extra votes. Thcsa
1.500 extra Aotes. as bcioro explained,,
will bo given tho Indy in each dis
trict who has recolved tho most honor
certificates for hor district nfter tho
Lount Is complete Friday evening. i
counted must be
around border and
lice nt chat go. Floiida and Ala
bama ate the states to which tho
hik interests will move from1
FORMER MAYOR OF KENTON
BOUND OVER 10 GRAND JURY
' Kenton. Ohio, August' l.-Dr. P.
W. Supp of Columbus, 'th6"Mjncip8l '
victim of Attoritoy ITS. Black's
forgeries and embezzlement, after
n conference with Prosecutor H.
E. lloge, today filed nn allidavit
charging Black with forgery. Mr.
Black appealed beforo Mayor Cess
na and was bound over to tlio
giand jury under $5,000 bond,
which ho ha not furnished.
That Black's ilrat falso mortgages
were made to save a friend who had
forged his name ho refused to vor
ify. lie will disclose nothing as tp
where tho money went.
Black's two b6iik declare they wHl
leave college and devote the xesfc of,
their lives to paying back what,,
their father embezzled
VOID AFTER I
AUG 8. I