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VOLUME XV. NO. 308
MTAltlON OniO, TItUltSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1U07.
PliICK TWO OENX8.
POWERFUL CRUISER FLEET
WILL BE MOBILIZED
Before Admiral Evan's Fleet Leaves Hampton Roads,
Admiral Dayton Will be Capable of Taking Charge of
the PacificEverything Ready for Trouble,
Should it Arise.
Washington Aug. 8. Surprising
revelations were made toilny
through the diselr.suro of well guard
ed plans C Mo administration to
begin nt. once tlio mobilization in
Pacific wast, waters of tlio most
powerful eiruise tieel ever assembled
OnteTj) have been issued for almost
the entire cruiser strength of the
Asiatic suadron to be brought
across the Pacific. Two new "mon
ster cruisers, .the California and
South Dakota will shortly be ready
for service, the St. Louis is now
making her way up the west coast
and the Washington and Tennessee
will start out to join them beforn
the close of August.
The people of California will
lihortly have, an opportunity of
viewing sixteen modern and capable
lighting ship, eight of the world's
biggest armored cruisers, and an
equal numlier of formidable pro
tected cruisers, before rear Admiral
Evans sails' out from Hampton
Roads with bis sixteen monster bat
tleships to join them. Jtoar Admiral
Dayton will eom'iiiainl. Ho is now
This mobilization is for the pur
pose cf defending -the Pacific coast,
should Japan resent tlio movement
of Admiral Evans' fleet of battle
ships. If .Tnpan should see. fit to
striko a sudden blow, the Philip
pines and other Pacific insular pos
sessions will bo left .to her mercy, so
far as the navy is concerned.
TWO ITALIANS Wft'
Pittsburg, Pa, Aug. 8.
Giorgio Quagcnti and Giov
anni Orazlano Italians,
were hanged Wifs morning
for tho murder of Angclo
Cajppablanca. an Italian
mterchan, at Olalrton April
The wheat teenrcily panic, created
for market ofteets, is found to havo
been without Kiiflicient. reason.
These, reports emanato from ex
ierts whose biisincstf it is to travel
over the numerous1 trunk lines and
obtain exact inlormatinii m the
crops. Theii'oMinmto of barvest is
as .reliable nh if made by tho gov-
ern'ment. , j IjiiuAl
nIcliir'!b(Atlof accnt of"
aOrofanuiwiToS tM Klwooil i
wbb gOKged Un ' chained
masked robb rs M'hursday morning
anil the station robbed of two hun
dred dollars. Six men liavo been
arrested on suspicion.
This is the Verdict of Men
Who Make it Their Busi
ness to See.
Dayton Authorities Have no
Clew to the Assailant and
' Auir. 8. -With tho
film Maikowitz broth-
Another Raid Made, on the
Stock Market but it was
LOTS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS
ARE NOW BEING GATHERED
OUTBREAK AT EL
1 ARAISH IS FEARED
Moroccan Tribesmen Surround the City and Consuls are
Demanding Protection of Warships France Makes
Remands Upon the Morcccan Goverment.
Paris. Aug. 7. In u dispatch from
Tangier, tho correspondent of Petit
Parlslen says tjio seaport of El Ar
vXitor, n lorjceo Is -surrounded by
trlu'esriien.' who' are' excited nnd ex
asperated ovsr the bombardment of
Casablanca, tho gates of the jtown
lnWheetrshu'. The consuls are de
manding a worship.
Mow disturbances liavo broken out
at Alcazar In the Fez region.
Tho French lcrhlents of this locality
will bo Instructed to come to Tan
gier. A special dispatch from Tangier
says that the Morlsb troops compos
ing tho garrBvu of Casablanca havo
been disarmed, ami mat ineir arms
and ammunition havo been deposited
at the French consulate. The Moorish
officials havo confided the protection
of tho cty to the Franco-Spanish
Tho 'French misers Galllleo and Du
Chaylu cdntlnt.o to flro on and dis
perse the Jlooflidi horsemen who ap
proach tl city.
Official advices estlmato the num
ber pf Moqrs I lled or wounded dur
ing Sunday's bombardment of Casa
blanca at 300. Only ono French
sailor was sorlously wounded.
Tangier, wx. 8. A guard to pro
tect tho French consulate will Im
mediately be, landed at nnbat, '
The French d"affalres has made the
rollqwlng format demands of tho
First, That tho Moroccan authori
ties at Casablanca pluco themselves
under tho or lars of tho commander of
tho French foues.
Second That the security of tho
French citizens at Fez and other
places In the Interior bo guaranteed.
Third That tho Moroccan authori
ties hasten the reparation for tho
murder of Dr. Mauchamp.
Fourth That the Moroccan authori
ties expedito. tho preparations for tho
reforms ngroil on hy, tho AlgeclraB
Chicago, Aug. 8. Trafllc mana
gers and leading railroad men of
the Central West have answered the
pessimistic predictions of coming
disaster pmrely, in n symposium
issued today. Tho consensus ol
ripinion is that crops are abundant
and healthful and, unless there nro
freaks of extraordinary character,
in itho weather, the nation will
soon gather another rich- yield of
breadstuff, grain and textures.
Com is flourishing everywhere.
New Yoik, Aug. 8. Tho sweep
ing bear raid which had driven
Mocks down in tho last few days,
was resumed with great vigor today
forcing fresh declines of from !t to
ers clearly esUibhshed, the author!- ft poinU in the first hour. All Wall
ties today confessed that the pros- street was in a quiver of expect
pictsof llmliiMj tho slayer of Abo 'am,v M.crit et.ting short their
Cohen and Anna
Maikowitz aro I .. . . . , . . . .
nu i ..,.. f .. 'vacations and burned back to town.
1 We iliaven 't a
Candidates With Their Eriends Rounding in all
Subscriptions They Can For on all Subscrip
tions Turned in This Week Twice the
Usual Number pf Votes are Given.
This Week'Wjll no Doubt be Most Eventful One of Contest
and May Determine Final Owner of Handsome Reo Auto
mobileThe Already Lively Contest Continues to Grow
More Lively With Each Succeeding Day and New
Phases of Interest are Being Daily Presented Fifty
Three Thousand Two Hundred and Thirty. Eight Votes
Cast Yesterday and Grand Total is Now Near Half Mil
i" said Some credence was given tlio report
clue Avorthv fit the name
Sheriff Ho-f. ' Tt is the general' that the Standard Oil coin pa ny was
opinion that, tiie assault and mur-1 backing the bears and using the
dor nf MwJ Maikowitz and tho J .n o.!,,, line to break down
death of Cohen will be. added to . . . . .. , ,,
I ii. . i : i. i. 'prices, in nn effort to create public
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HCIIIHIICUl. MU.III1M. IIIU IIIIUC'III 11CIHMI
occuircd in Dayton in recent years.
AGENT WAS jBAGGED, .
CHAINED AND RUB IKD
Aug. 8. Wolfert
by tho federal government but the
report was positively denied tit
Standard headquarters. Today neon
tho strength came into the trading
and practically all of the losses of
tho day were recovered.
Three Men Attempting to Rob Strongs&lgB
artf Attacked by Citizens Armed With Shotguns
Posse in Pursuit of the Two Who Escaped.
blanca Necessitates An
Tangier. Morocco, Aug. 8. Sev
erari1' reach transports have reached
Casablanca. Soldiers were at once
landed and now bold the town. It
is reported over 1100 Mooro were
killed or wounded during the re
cent bombardment. Four French
warships liavo arrived hero.
Cleveland, O., Aug. 8. Ono of
tho three men involved in tho nt
lompted robbery of tlio Slrongvillo
Ohio Farmers and Merchant 'a bank
early thi.s morning, was discovered
by a posse in a Held near Strongs
villoi today. The posM is in pursuit
of the other members of the lobher
band and it is bel'ioved they aro
surrounded in a woods near the
Cuyahoga, county lino.
Three 'men entered tho bank early
today, They were drilling tho vault
when ithrco citizens, attracted by
the burglar alarm, came toward tho J thing about his associates.
building armed with shotguns. The
burglars rushed toward tho rear door
but were met by n shotgun vol
ii 'ptinoj nun oti isjpjKOfi -a'.
second burglar is 'believed to have
been i injured. The. (burglars rescued
their companion under lire of their
revolvers and lied. The citizens
were, shoit of um'inuhition and tho
robbers made nood their I'soajv for
I fine. ',
The wounded burglar gives tho
name of Fogitrly. IIu was .shot in
the groin and thigh and 'nay not
recover. lie refuses . to sav aiiy-
Tangior, Jforocco. Aug. 8. A
fresh outbreak by Moors at Casa
blanca has necessitated further
bombardment there mini attacks by
Moors have also, occurred at Ilabat
and Mazagnn. At Csahlanca, the
streets are filled with dead Moors,
killed during the liomliariliueut fol
lowing the latest outbreak. At
Mazagan, however, many .Tews were
killed. Mornsh horsemen made at
tacks on Casablanca, necessitating
further bombardment. The Moor
were routed and were unnbh to
caivy off their dead.
IIOI.L OF HONOR.
Mrs. M. Korctetter SI.897
.Mrs. G. W. Myers 77.098
Mrs. Mae Mitchell .... 27.301
Mrs. H. A. Blgford ... 22,r.2S
.Miss Louise Kyle 20,939
Mrs. Wal'i-r Ululor .... 18.081
Miss nosoMa Knapp ... 15.IH0
THE TRUST LEADERS
Attorney.ipeneral Bonaparte Believes a Conviction Crimin
ally Will Have More Effect Upon Violators of Law
Than Innumerable Fines.
For Miss or firs.
Lenox, Mow.,. Aug. 8. In reply
to a questing regarding tho expect
ed action' against trust magnate?
personally, lAttorney General Hona
parto' toidjiy, said, "I havo noticed
n,,'good many, complaints 'that priml-
unl iirncndiittolii ncniiist. tlio trust
mutruates ami sentences oL,y"im
ppsoipnept for them liavo been very
infreuent. nji'd, in fact, for prao-
tical purposes, it is perfectly ruo
that a heller moral effect would
bo produced by sending n fow
prominent men to jail than by ii
irtcat deal of litigation, howovoV
sucpei-sfnl, against, the corporations
(hoy controlled. It is the avowed
piypoMi of, the department of jus
tice to prosecute, criminally, "any
ono who is really TCbponsiblo for
violations of tho anti-trust law.
m OWES CITY TWO BITS
Ashtabula, O., Aug. 8. Slate
Fxahiiuer F. A. I'ormoleo has
pLide pnbjih his report on findings
in., n rpceijt' investigation of tlio
pil.V b-OPM 9f Ashtabula and ro
.poit.s tlio' following items:
Polieo ..Tuilgo 0. J. Shnrkoy has
failed, turn 'over to tho county
-the flum,nK'M78.7r, Hues in stato
'vasesj Atinf Judge Don V. Par
'Itor rotalnfil $3 which should, havo
Thovo is a discrepaoy of $2.88
between books of tho treasurer 'and
deository which I ho examiner cotilu
not locato. It is explained that tho
error is not against the treasurer.
Mayor R. -II. Pfaff is said to own
(ho city 25 cents.
TOAD STOOLS AGAIN
MISTAKEN FOR MUSHROON
Wheeling. W. Vn., Aug, 8. Dr. C.
P. DliiBinoro Is dead, his son aged 20
"been ini(t't,o City Solicitor F. I?.. aml nleco ngeA 7 nro ,jylnB am, Mrfli
jinjpin, mil., ml t n...m. DBmoro ilts pistor. Frank noberts.
ihe .rfl ieitcir! oonvenllon at Co- P,l0Vn ro serionsiv m
liupbus mH $36 for flowow for ,l an e"P r aeriouBly Ul.
-tllQ'fuimm Of ft councilman oro They ato deadly toad stools Instead of
declared- illflgfl payments, . mushrooms for eupper last night,
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There's no question about It, this
week is ubout tlio ulg;eut and great
est one the contust baa yet known.
seated tlicm In tint double ballot offer
of this wet'k it.il every possible sub
scription Is being rounded In this
week while the subscriptions count
for the double ballots.
It Is not onlv the candidates them
selves who aro eager to get In all the
subscriptions they can this week.
The pcoplo of the city who aro Inter
ested In the arlous candidates nro
equally unxloiu tohavo their friends
among tlio candidates call upon them
for their subscriptions this week while
they will do the candidates the most
good. No candidate should fall to
realize that tho people will bo moro
than Kind to help them this week:
for while tho di uble ballot offer of
fers tho candidates an opportunity of
doubling the letmlts or their work
this week It :.lso offers the people of
tho city and ululty an opportunity
or doing their fnvorltn candidates n
This week illl no doubt bo tho
most eventful week of tho entire ron
test. It is a in ft prediction that
the work put up by the candidates and
prizes at the finish and It may ha
this week's work which will deter
mine the final owner or the handsome
lteo automobile oerffed as the grand
prize or the contest. Those candi
dates who wislt to maintain best
chances or winning the nutomobllo at
tho finish im now making telling
efforts while the double ballot offer
Is on and are gathering In the sub
scriptions this week with the greatest
of energy and vigor.
JJallots an-l sbbscrlptloiis aro now
penning into fie oirtco or tne .Marion
Mirror nnd the already lively contest
grows more lively with each succeed
ing day. I2v. ry day the contest pre
sents new pluscB of Interest; every
day changes are made In the lists and
the apparently most powerful candi
date of one dav Is forced to give way
the day following to some other can
didate who develops unsuspected
strenitth and Ice ins up as the moat
powerful candltlato for tho prlzss. It
the city nnd vicinity havo become
Interested to i remarkable- degree
and watch tho regress of tho contest
with as great Ii terest as they ordin
arily watch a p'esldentlal election or
an Industrial hcom that Is national In
Fifty-three tl ousaud two hundred
and thlrty-alght votes were cast yes
terday for the different candidates In
the liBts. Tlio honor certificates for
tho day went to Mrs. M. Kerstetter,
district ono; Mr? H. A. Blgford. dis
trict two; Mrs. C. W. Myers, district
three; Miss Louise Kyle, district five;
Mrs. Walter IJibler. district six, and
Mrs. Mae Ml.chell. district seven.
The grand total to ditto has passed
the four hundrxl and fifty thousand
mark. makliiK tho total vote at tlio
present time niuly half a million.
Only sixteen days now remain of
the great struggle. Theso last days
will be of engrossing Interest, for
with the nearness of the finish tho In-""
terest natural V becomes more Intense
Of the doulilo ballot offor for this
week only two days remain nnd tho
subscriptions to do the candidates the
their friends .r week will play tin Imost good sh mid reach tho ofNco of
Important part in tho winning or the jthe Marlon MPror this week.
1 SINGLE BALLOT
MARION MIRROR $1500 CONTEST.
This ballot to be counted must bo
carclully trimmed around border and
deposited in ballot box unfolded.
VOID AFT En
who came here ten days ago front
Chicago, Slephon-4tt--dead add An
drew will du., Xlrt'd"eHHiwJrfvw-
ed with, liquor. im
Brothers Who Conducted a
Polish Hotel Killed by a
Drink Crazed Priest
Pitthbrtrg. Pa., Aug. 8. --Two
brothers, Andrew and Stephen
Starzyiisky, who conducted !a Pol
ish hotel, were shot, by Lmlwig
iSnezlol, a disattached Polish priest
COKONER SAID SUICIDE;
I.oiaiu, O., Aug. 8. Tlio au
thorities am investigating tho
death of Arthur L. Fitch, superin
tendent of cuiuitnwtioii for tho
Shelllcld Ijaiiil coinpany, who was
found dead in a bam with a bul
let tit the back of his head. He was
propomns and apparently had no
business or domestic troubles.
While jnurdur wa.s suspected, ths
coroner gavo a veivlict of suicide,
after his investigation. (