PBIOE TWO OBNTB
MAHION. OHIO, JfltlDAY EVENING. ATJCHJST 2, 1907.
VOLUME XV. NO. 303.
REUNION OF LEGISLATORS
OF OHIO NOW BEING HELD
Big Ball Opens Legislative Gathering at Cedar Point-Talk-of
Coming Legislation is Rife-Prospective
Candidates on Hand and Getting Busy.
NO MORE DUELS WILL BE
PERMITTED BY GOVERNOR
tfntftinn Kurt O rtllnlfnrr mi tnlli?nP
wlll bo tofohilpd by tho provisional
govcrnmentvj In conseTitJcricp'pf ' a ro-
... ... n lt.J. IlflflM l.llt
nnllHttt. In which nun wall ullnlitlV
hurt, Governor Mugoon lins given or
ders to the chief of the accrct po-
llco to cxcrclBo the utmost vlgllnnco
to uprevcut Hlinllur hostile meetings.
Governor Mugoon declares tlint IT
the present law Is Inadequate to check
the practice of dueling ho will Issue
a drastic decreo.
SandUBky, O., Aug. 2. Tho Roso
county local option bill, now tied up
In tho temporanco committee of tho
Bcnatc, whom It was sent during tho
last term, Is tho chler Bitbjcct under
discussion by mombora of tho Ohio
goneral assembly, at tho reunion ut
Cedar (Point. Both tho Anti-Saloon
league and browora havo n lobby hero
arguing It out with tho statesmen. Tho
liquor lntorcsta want to keep tho bill
In commltteo at tho coming session.
Thu temporanco people want It
If tho liquor pcoplo cannot keep tho
hill In commltteo they will probably
ask tho entlro state to voto on It In
19,08, Tho bill nllows entlro counties
to vote on saloons and Wnyno Wheel
er of tho Anti-Saloon leaguo says 73
out of 88 counties would voto'dry.
With this question Is another. If
the saloons nro voted out, who will
pay tho millions ot rovenuo now so
cured from tho saloon-keepers.
Candidates nro thick. Freeman T.
Eaglcson, GuornHoy county, Is a can
didate for speaker of tho houso, and It
lookB as If ho would bo tho only one.
.Tudgo Nonh J. Dcavor, of Scioto
... i,.o nn nRnlratlons for pro
IUU1IVJ , III " (if wfc fc.t.w -
tcm spcarshlp. George Upham, prose- ,i,cr0.prOBCcutlng
cutlng ntornoy Stark county . " "
bo nttornoy general. Kdwnrd HiUIng
ton, of Marysvllle, Is boomed for
atato auditor. Charles Grcon, chief
clerk In tho stato trcasuror'H office,
wnntR to ho treasurer. Joseph Ober-
ntnntnmiH nncl Thomas Vs. Ed
n.jm, ... ""-- ,. ..i.
wards, Lima, aspire
to bo clerk of
Interests want to get rid of In this
way, tho Howo and Vanoon franchise
tax bills, perhaps.
To Hccuro support for tho clean cal
endar program tho story was started
that to omit reorganization mignt
mean that tho members could not
draw tholr new ?1000 salaries. Assist
ant Attorney General "11111" Millar
pronounced this to bo "bosh." Frcc
mnn T. Eagglcson, ot Guernsey, for
speaker, Ib In sight. His place as
speaker pro tern may go to Warren
iThomas, of Trumbull, or Judge Noah
Denver, of Scioto.
(Political candidacies aro springing
Into being on tho veranda ot Tho
Breakers. Stato Treasurer MeKlnnon
Is hero and la amubcu m. "
that ho would stand for n tniru icr n,
i.... nhnrion Greene, the cashier, who
halls from Columbiana, will bo n can
didate for state auditor, J., w. ui
tlngton, now deputy auditor, Is the
leading candidate, with S. A. Stlll-
iwoll, of Lebanon, and Warden Gould,
Attorney General Hills being In Lu-
ropo, could not deny a current story
that ho will run for a tniru limp,
but three men who want the place arc
fhn standard Oil conwany and over
took It Prosecutor -Charles upham,
of Stark county, and Representative
Huey, ot Youngstown.
County Auditor Thomas J. lid wards
latest candidate for
Then Eat it-Is Denver
Woman '8 Opinion of
Women Who Run Feline
Boarding Houses Raise
Sandusky, 0., Ag. 2.-Stato op
tion as tho final solution of tho tem
perance question Is tho most nuc.
Idea, which has been ovolvod thus far
at,thoiftnp'ualrounlon-ot tho seventy
seventh goneral assembly, which was
opened last night with a ball at the
big pavilion at Cedar Point. Mem
bers who aro pledged to support coun
ty local option expect to bco that Btep
In tempcrnnc'Q reform taken during
next winter's session, and already
aro looking boyond.
Stato prohibition would require
amending tho constitution, a difficult
undertaking. Rut tho local option
law, which has boon extended from
townships to municipalities, and may
bo extended to counties, might .bo ox
tendod to tho stnto at largo without
touching tho constitution, say tho en
Worcester, .Mass., Aug. 2. So fas
tidious have the cats ot this city bc-
como In regard to their food that tho
women who run boarding houses
where cats arc. fed and cured for dur
ing tho aununor months have raised
tho price of board.
Up to a week ngo the best cat
hoard In the city cost only $1.75. Rut
of late, so dainty havo tho felines be
come nnd so fussy about tho quality
ot their food that their board tins
been raised to a flat $2.
Mrs. Nathaniel H. Sherman, or no.
3,1 Austin street, who conducts one of
o-Prosccutlng Attorney wiiiiam aristocratic cat boarding
David, of Flndlny, who went after I Worcester, announced last
t ... ...... t ,.. .1rt Iwinnl lit pntM
nigiu mm iiiTiKun.-. "" "
from 12:01 Sunday morning, Wnsh-
iMTimi timn to 12 in. Saturday night,
...ii i. n c?im ima luinn .rniTiiiir 2 . u. 1
Will 1JU $C. " " w.. a- t--- "n B j)c
"It's just here," said Mrs. snunim... ;,.0Sppctablo
. 1 1.. ...w.l.n.l n hiinrh of 1 .. .
of Lima Is tho latest cnniiuinio ior ... rnrinHitiv Btrokcd a buncii 01 i .,,, -n,n, jn.vll .mum
clerk of tho supremo court. Some ..., on the sofn. "cats have been ' ,,.. , .,.. wnnt
or his rivals are unairman wescr, 01 ,,,.nrl,inir too chcan. Thcro's more ,,. ,. ,
tho Montgomery county Republican work thnn ohc would think In taking
committee: P. A. Rotty, of Relmont, nf ,, cat for a wholo week, espe-
r" clally It It Is a vnluablo one.
I "And you may not believe It, but
n I , - ,.,wliin- morn fnstldtoUB. OnCC
IV...1.0 ...w .- "-'- .. ... .., . S.Jkj
n. ..aofl tn ont.tlieslUC"OI a iiiiMjo - - - -(.t
or nhon lcatlicr or chew on tho edgo
and the" Incumbent, Joseph G. Ober
moyrc, of Clnclnnntl, who Is hero,
For tno Llclting county vacancy 1
tliq .housothoRepublicaua v)H, nonir.
maio tat a. uanuoipu, anu mo Dem
ocrats Robert W. Howard.
A third of tho members of the
houso and a sprinkling of tho senators
aro hero. From Columbus nre: Sop-
ntora Rrnndt and Gnymnn, Represen
tatives Rraun, Reynolds and Branson.
Sonntor Forakcr arrived at Sap-
dusky on an evening train. Ho will
visit the Soldiers' homo today and
attend the leclslatlve bannuct. On
Saturday ho speaks at Vermillion.
Secretary of Stato Thompson and
.nnllrond Commissioners Morris and
Gathlln were the first of the state of
I fleers to arrive. Democratic arrivals
Includo Charles P. Salen, of Clove
Denver, Aug. 2 Th-ero: ninr
rin.go July 15, ot Maude Fcaly, stock
uctrcsa and claimed tby many the
Btago's'most bpautlftu woman, for
photographic purposes to Hugo Shcr
wln, Denver npwspaner man, has
mined n Btorni In thcJbrldo's family.
I When tho fact of tmr mnrrlage, per
formed by .tudfjp Grant L. Hudson,
In the county mrt I room, became
noised about, two wioks after the
event, tho brldp's mother. Mra. Rat
aelo Cavallo, and tlui bride's grand
motlipr ilcnodtirpd thalvouiiE husband
and each gave vent p threats of vio
"I will kill Hip man If ho trios to
ruin my baby's r.ireer. He shall not
havo her. There was no marriage.
He Is n nobody. My daughter shall
not mnrry beneath ' her," were tho
words, of the mother, known better
than by her married nnmo by tho
imnm of Mra. 'Mai caret Fcaly. under
which alio. operates a dramatic school.
Tho grandmother, too. uttered a vi
olent desire for vengeance.
"I'd like to net hold of him: I'd
like to cut-Ills heart right out nnd eat
Young Mr?. Slierwln .herself would
neither deny nor affirm the mnr
rlage. Sho says Henry Irvln? told
her never to confirm nor deny a nows-
' paper story.
Tho mother linked with her threat
a denial of tho marriage. Sherwln s
friends havo Bald ho is of noblo or
igin. Asked aa to this and a3 to tho
marrlngc, tho young husband Bald:
"It Is not true All my people were
If only mother-in-law
defy her mother and come to me, und
I don't want to ruin her career, aa
Mrs. CaVnllo putfi It, bo It would bo
hotter for my wife to stay at tho
Cavallo home. for. jjtahort time."
ILL HEALTH CA"SES,0H10
TICKET AGENT TO SUICIt E
Steubiriivillc, 0.. Aug. 2. Ed
wanl lY'inmr, the V. & 1'. railway
ticket agent, suicided last night by
iondimr a bullet tlirou
and cultiiur an artery
111 health was the cause.
It lii.s lieait
in liis leg.
$100,000 DAMAGE DONE TO
CROPS BY FRIDAY'S STORM
Dotioit, Mich., Aug. 2. Fiidny's
mill and wind .slorm is estimated to
have done moie than $100,000 worth
of damage to gi owing crops. The
greatest damnge is reported from
wheal grafting districts, where en
I iu lields of almost lipi grain wero
completely destroyed. Corn, benim
and ials uNoi suflered, the corn bc
insr cut into ribbons bv hail stones.
All Subscriptions For Six Months or Longer That
are to Count on Special zuuu uner must uu
in the Mirror Office Before 4, p. m.
With the Closing of the Polls This Evening on the Second
Special Credit Contest and Closing of the Polls at 4.p.m.
Tomorrow on tho Special Offer Marks the Closing of the
Fourth Week of the Contest Only Three Weeks More
to Work and Win.
Vice President Freezes up
When Asked About Taf t
Chicago, ill. i Aug. 2. Yice-Pies-itlont
Fairbanks left lieio today for
Lincoln. Neb., and other oiiits,
whole he ft'iil deliver mldiosus.
When asked ft bat ho thought of tho
eiiduisement of .Secretary Taft by
the (lino state committee, ho ab
ruptly terminated the interview.
iudiuovo. .lanii and uonKrcssman iHiiuroiiK. 01
Tho opponojits of county option aro John8town
saying county "wot" and "dry" con- t, , ,nc,lldc8 tnlk of
testa next fall would musa things I ' ox-Qovcrnor Campbell aa
badly In n presidential campaign and "" L : IInltBl1 R,nl ' Rfm.
would destroy tho rovenuo from tho
of a bill board poster.
"Well, I must tell int. 1 can kci
tho Bocret no longer. I havo cata
hero boarding with mo th.it will cat
nothing but tho top of tho round for
atcak. Think or unit, aim inoy wou .
cat a bit ot llsh that Isn't fresh nt.d
nnmnnnllMl llV 1111 affidavit tllllt it
was caught within a specified period.
"Well, must toll it. 1 can Keep
cats will ho calling for tenderloin with
mushrooms and mix crotons."
m. N. A. HolbrooK. or urove
Btrcot, who BharcB with Mrs. Sherman,
thn honor of board iiir tho most exciu-
slvo cats In tho city, has also raised
tho prlco of board. She tibed to cnargo
$t.C0, but now her now schedulo reads
COLLEGE PROFESSORS ARE
WORKED BY BUNC0 AREISTS
Chicago. Aug. 2. The college facul
ties, especially the teaching staff of
tho University of Mlchlgnn. constitute
a now field recently Invaded by con
fidence men and found extronioly pro-
ilncltvo of grain . Two suave, educat
ed and well-gioomed men have toured
tho .Kast and tho Middle West and
aro said to havo duped Bevernl pro
fessors by securing loans and getting
checks cashed. Thoy have posed as
"eminent sciolars" from Kurope.
(inn nf the "scholars." who is ile-
Cannon Breaks Loose
French Training Ship,
nOLLOF HONOR. -
Mrs. .T. Reldcnbaugh .. 50,359
Mrs. M. Kcrstettcr 18,141
Mrs. H. A. Hlgford .... 17,370
Miss Rosette Knapp ... 13,000
(.Mrs. Mae '.Mitchell ... 13,811
Mrs. Walter Illblor .... 8.05S
Mrs. Hd Hess 3,283
Toulon, France, August 2. Three
live-, weie lost and several porxons
weie injured today iu nit accident
on the Fiencli training ship t'ou
lonne. A cannon bioko loose dur
ing drill and cam-cd thu casualties.
ED TAKES A LOOK.
Akron, O., August 2. 11. Aschen
bach, inunagcr of the ?.t. Paul tenm
in tho American nHsoclatlon, looked
over tho Akion team yesterday and
tnilnv In searcli for recruits. Ho praises
'scribed as pobsosslng a German mus- tho .kind of ball he finds being played
... . . . i.. il. -. P. T !.. lino ,irf clvnn
;oatco nnu a Ktroug ;m ib j. . ., .,.. ....o ..v ..v..
calls himself August out any plana in connection with O.
& r. pmyers.
Tho Bccond Bpeclal credit contest
that Is to determine tho winners In
each district Is now a thing 'of tho
pnst as far as the balloting goes. .lu.st
who nro tho fortunato candidates In
each district cannot bo determined
until the counting of today's balloting
nnd the awarding ot the week's final
Tho dally lights that havo been
waged by the contestants for the hon
or certificates that are to decide tho
ftlnnlng of this credit which Is 1500
otes to the candidate In each dis
trict who wins tho largest number for
tho week baa been exceedingly interest
ing and has served to bring out u
ticmendous voto iiIho o few new lend
ers In different districts and In tho
race for the grand prlzo.
As a result of the balloting yester
day, Mis. .1. Reldenbaugh now takes
the lend In tho rnce for the automo
bile over Mrs Kerstetter, who has
proudly held thnt position of honor
for home time, and tho lead in ier
district over tho former leader Mrs.
Myers. During tho week's balloting
other changes havo been made In tho
dlcffront list, noticeably the gain
made by Miss Maud Decker nnd Miss
Anna Plttmun in district bcvcn
The heavy voting of this week
shoft-s to whnt extent the candidates
havo become Interested In the special
offer made for this week only, and
their determination to secure as many
sets of half year subscriptions as pos
sible In order to pile up a big reserve
voto for future use.
Tho cosing of the polls tomorrow
evening at I o'clock marks the clooo
ot the "special oiler for the 2,000 cer
tificates to be given for Bets of tho
half year subscriptions to tho dally
and thoc lose of tho four ft-ecKB oc
Ithe contest. Only three weeks more
'remain to work and win. And theso
ilast three weeks aro the best of the
contest ns tho general public becomes
moie nnd moie Interested in the con
test as it ncars the finish. Kriends
who have so far failed to give sub
scriptions will give their subscription
to help a favorite If approached. The
general public cannot tell whether a
candidate wants their support unless
they nre asked for It. Aa somo ot tho
candidates are known to have in re
serve eight nnd ten times tho amount
of votes thnt their btandlng In the
The honor certificates for yesterday
wero won by Mrs. Koistettcr, of dis
trict 1: Mrs. H. 'A. nigtord. of district
2; Mrs. Reldenbaugh, of district 3;
Miss Rosette Knapp, of district 4:
.Mrs. Walter Hlbler, of district fi, and
Miss Anna Plttman of district 7.
Miss Lucy Wai-orbcck, whoso nnmo
was changed In the list from district
5 to district C has ben re-entered In
district 5 Tho home of Miss WnBser
beek Is situated on tho township lino
nnd ns sho has been nnd will bo
making her homo with n relative In
Green Camp during tho contest, sho
is a contestant from district 5.
tacho, n small gbatco
AlVnn saloon tax. I
, .,r tim onriv arrivals there Is I
Btrong Biinport for tho plan to Insist
upon a reorganization of tho legisla
ture at tho adjourned session. Tho
majority wanta tho present official
and commltteo organization to con
tinue, but wish to go through tho
'formality ot reorganizing In order to
wine off tho calendar nil tho hulf-
.nt,i lnpialiitlnn lnft over and to
ntor If Forakcr Bhould run. Campbell
defeated Fornkcr for governor
iHcnrv (A. Williams and M.
Knrshnor aro hero to represent
Franc Zolglcr, of tho Columnus
Symphony orchestra, walked all tno
way from uoiuuimis. u. i" -
week; and ho was quite proud of tho
r . ....HI nmirniwnlatlvo E. S. Mlir-
1U1L IUII UU unit iw iui. --
Btart afresh. Opponents of corpora- jtln. of Now atrniiHviiw. m 'i"-'-""- -
. U.1..J im Unit Mill iimM wni if nil i rum iuw iun .. .
lion mcUHlirun, iuuiuuihh wj . ... . ,. rninln Irn
of Columbiana, aro niaplqloiH that given tho re. fntnl Ira
there are bills pending which Bomo Morrison, aaalstant clerk of tho houso.
MINERS WILL NOTLET
Insist on Him Helping Defend Moycr and Pettlbone Does
Not Like Darrows Socialistic Ideas l wo men
(Denver, Col'., Aug. 2. -Of fleers of
tho'ijAVostern Fodoratlon of Miners
ihjajM iyMtheJt "will not permit At
torney Richardson to withdraw from
ih'caBesroriialnlng against Moyor
and iPettlbone. Thoy say thoy know
nothing nbout tho quarrel between
jilcfwirdBon and Darrow and will ro-
taln Richardson as chlof counsel. DIs-
nntr.imH from no so say tlint uotn
Attorneys Rlchurdson and Nugont
havo wltlidrawn from tho uoronso,
tho formor because ho dislikes Dar
row's socialistic attltudo.
"I will not work with Darrow un
der nny consideration," says Richardson,
CROP REPORT SHOWS SIQHT
INCREASE IN COTTON GROWN
Waahlnaton, D. C, Aug. 2 .-Tho
crop ropprtlng board pf tho agricul
tural department today announced tho
condition of tho cotton crap on July
25 to havo boon 7B per cent, ns com
pared with 72, on Jano 25, 1007, and
ft ten years' average of 82. C.
VARDAMAN LOSES OUT IN .
COUNTY WHERE HE LIVES
Juckson, Miss., Aug. 2. Of John
Sharp Williams' selection over Gov
ernor Vnrdainan, for tho United States
Benato, thoro Is no longer the least
doubt. The Wllllaras campaign
commute now claims a lead from
10v,000 to 15,000. Vardanian was de
feated In his own country.
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SINGLE BALLOT ggg1!
MARION MIRROR $1500 CONTEST.
For JYlIss or firs.
This ballot to be counted must be
carelully trimmed around border and
deposited in ballot box unfolded.
BOLD YOUR BREATH OR to 2u Broadway, New York. A few
YOU'LL GET THE FEVER (,!1H 'Uo'' "ml Jl,bt huforo tho 1 per
I cent .limit expired, Mr. Koloy re-
Conter Mo'-tches. N. Y., Aug. 2. .ceived a check from Mr. Rockefeller
Tho doctors hero havo discovered a,
row dlseiibo which thoy havo termed
nutomobllo lover" and with which
fully fifty or sixty pcoplo are affected.
A reporter ft us Informed yesterday
by one of theso fever patients that
the physicians attribute tho dibeitbo to
the fast rushing automobiles, which
throw up clouds of dust, tho flno par
ticles of which nro Inhuled by thoso
living near tho principally truve)d
load ways, and which toon sends tho
pot-sou Inhaling tho diibt to his bed.
Tho affected persons have tho symp
toms of influenza or grip and aro
first attacked by a sore throat and
pains iii tho buck of tho head, which
finally alfect tho whole body. Tho
patient becomes delirious and for a
whilo after recovery is left in a very
In piomont of his taxes. Koley be
gan to check up the amounts and was
greatly hui prised to find that Mr.
Rockefeller had overpaid him. The
mistake hud been mudo In Mr. Rocke
feller's office by a clork who added
tho absessments wrong.
Mr. Foley immediately mndo out a
check for $lG. 7 In Mr. Rockefeller's
favor nnd sont It to hlni with an ex
HERE'S A MAN WHO'LL
DIE IN THE INFIRMARY
Tarrytoft-n, N. Y.. Aug. 2. John
V. Foley, tux collector of tho village
of North Tarrytown. will hereafter bo
known as "Honest John." And by
his honesty his neighbor. John D.
Rockefeller is $156.07 richer.
A week" ago, Mr. Rockefeller sont
for his tax bills through his attor
ney, ahd Mr. Foley forwurded them-
GIRL MARRIES ANOTHER AND'
FURMER LOVER BRINGS SUIT
SSunesville, 0., Aug. 2. Henry KJeJn
was today given Judgment In a Jus
tice's court for $108 against Mrs.
Ida Furmiin, n bride of a weok, the
amount being tho valuo of an en
gagement ring presented by Klein to
tho defendant a year ago, when Mrs.
Furnuin was Miss Abraham.
Her engagement to Klein was brok
en off on uccount ot a dlfferonco aa
to who should pay the wedding ex
penses. Tho girl married Furman
last Sundny, but refused to return
Sho cumo hero from Cloveluud two
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