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The MarionP Daily Mirror
VOLUME XV. 2. 300.
MAHION, OHIO, lUXIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9, 1U07.
PBIOE TWO OBUfTP.
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MOORS THREATEN TO
Moroccan Cities are Besieged by Natives and
Moors Who May Swoop Down at Any Time
Foreigners are Fleeing to Vessels For
Protection and Others are Heavily
,Gnly the Guns Flora the Battleships in the Harbors Have
Prevented the Tatol Destruction of all Foreign Residents
Horrible Atrocities Perpetrated Upon Jows Whn are
Captured French Soldiers Have Been Compelled to
Fight Continuously Since Landing at Tungier Attack
Upon City is Expected at any Moment.
Tangier, Morocco, Aug. 0. A
lioly war in Morocco lias broken
with full -force today. Tangier was
attacked atxl from this city to
Cnpo Nm along tho ctiro western
coast, the Moors aro In arms de
termined Jo lrio out every for
eigner while in tho interior Agita
tion is spreading lUpidly. Tribes
frohi the furthermost comers oE
Morocco aro sending their lighting
men to join itho cause of itho Moors
rigainat tlfo world.
Fresh lighting has occurred at
CaKablaiica and Rabat, Mehediah,
HAUGHS WIDOW SUES
Sfrefciato Hat tho Last Promium was Paid While Her
Husband was in the Annex Awaiting the Day for
Hie Execution A Case Which will Intor
. , - est all Life Insurance Companies
Columbus, O. Aug. 0. A deci
oiou as to' whether an insuranri
company la liable for the amount of
a policy talon out By a man le
gally executed will bo undo in the
Franklin comity courts, Mrs. Auna
M. Huugh ihuving filed suit in com
mon plena court yesterday to re
cover from the Union Central Life
Insurance oo'mpuny $3,000 with in
terest frord July 20. Tho monoy
askod for is tho amount of, tho pol
icy on the lifo of hor husband,
Dr. Oliver C. Haugh, tho Dayton
murderer, vho was olectroci" J in
tho penitentiary annex April x 19,
Tho casti will bo watched wivv
interest 'by iusurance companies, as
the petition sets n precedent. Thoro
liuve been two similar cases, one in
Texas aiul ono in Pennsylvania, but
in each of these tho policy was
'made payable 'to tho eslnto instead
of to tho widow, as in tho Haugh
One Thousand Western Union Operators Quit Their Keys
Because, They aro Asked to Work With Non Union
Men Denver Operators Threaten to Walk out Too.
Chicago, Aug, 9. -.Union operators
In tl)e Chicago offlceH of tho Western
Union aro on? n strlko todny and
business Is practically at a standstill.
, rfhe iDlgh fproes wont out last night
end tho day fo;co refused to work,
thla morning, Tho unlo Bays ouly
fifteen .rnon are at worlt, On tho strike
aro 1,000 operators and COO messen
1 The strike waB precipitated last
night when the Western Union dis
charged forty men, who rofused to
work the Los. AnRoles wlro, mannod
at the other end by non-union men.
The postal offices horo may bo In
volved ot any hour. Donvor opor
ntors rofused todny to handle mess
nu;cn from non-union men In Chicago,
J)s Angeles or any where else and op
erators declare there la every possj
blllty.Qt.a general tie ud
Mogador and Gape Nun aro tluoat
cned with immediate attuck. For
eigners everywhere, aro lleeing io
vessels in iUie harbors for safety.
At Caio Jubi, just across Moroc
can border, the Moors nttocked tuul
raided the town nftor surprising tho
garrison. Every man was killed or
captured. Tho attack on Tangier
began at daylight with heavy tiring.
So far no attempt has'beon maxlo
to invade tho city. Thousands of
ui'med Moora wro gathering outside
tho city and a charge may ha inado
at any moment. Every foreigner
Tho policy held by Dr. Haugh
in tho Union Central company of
which tho late Govornor Pattisou
was president is claimed to have
been incontestable and no exception
was nwido lor death by legal pro
cess. Mm. Haugh, in her petition says
the policy wlas issued May 27,
1897. Eleven premiums of $08.82
were paid nnd October 23, 1900,
Haugh borrowed on it $270. but
this monoy was subsequently repaid
Mrs. Haugh churns Mat she person
ally paid $845.2-1 on tho policy.
Tho last premium was paid In
May, 1000, while Htiugh was in
an 'annex awaiting tho death pon
alty and it that timo Mrs. Haugh
says in her petition she was assur
ed by tho company that tho jwlioy
wa.? incontestable, although tho
company well know ho was under
sentence of doath.
A big dotall ot police Is today
guarding the .Western Union main of
fice. All operators have lef tho sub
stations, nnd tho company fears sono
ono will attempt to blow up tho
switch board or cut tho big cablos.
A mass mooting pt strikers was held
this morning, Fifty union pickets
surround tho main offlco of tho com
pany, Dispatches say It is practically
certain that tho strikes at San Fran
cisco will bo renewed. Tho union
oporatoru aro to hold a meeting thoro
AVestern Union oporators at Kansas
City and Helena, Mont., havo jolnod
tho strikers In sympathy with the
Chicago strike. Tho Union Is now In
session considering calling out the
postal employes at Chicago.
The order ot railroad telegraphers
has pledged Its fd.000,000 reserve
fund to aid tho strikers,
in itho city who is free Iff lcavo,
has boarded some ship Mud those
who caunc' )eavo hero luvo nrmid
tho'msclves for a desperate resis
tance when t!io expected rush conn's.
Tho horrible falo of tho foreign
ers , who foil into tho hands of
tho Moors nl Casablianca, lias nerv
ed ovcry ono with a determination
to sell his life denily and to avoid
ca)ture. oven at Uio price oC sui
cide. Aaws and ammunition aro be
ing distributed by consuls to nrr
Hurmtcnns and men arc; being hur
riedly assigned to points of de
fense. Tho Morocco authorities ac
knowledge ilicir Jielplcsbiie.ssi
Six thousand French soldiers who
landed at Casablanca, to re in force
tho 'marines on guard there, have
had to fight over sinco their ax
rival. After a hard struggle tho
Moors Avcro driven out of the city.
They' have nuulo repealed assaults
sinco io regain irasMntsion nnd only
tho 'heavy guns of tho licet have
driven tho natives back. Sovcn
French soldieis and sailors arc
known io Jiavo been killed and two
jiavnl. ollloors wounded.
A force of six thousand Moorish
mounted men .today attempted to
rash tho town but were repulsed af
ter a bawl light.
Frightful fcitroeitics arc known to
have been practiced by tho natives
who inided tho Jewish quarters of
A NOTED CRACKSMAN
Cleveland, 0 Aug. 9, Police Chief
Kohlor has Identified tho burglar who
was.Bliot at, Stronsville as Charles
Proctor, an associate ot Charles
Lowry and ,(Kld" McMunn and a
OLD CHICAGO I POLITICAL
BOSS DIES, TODAY
Chicago, Aug. 0. Mlko "McDonald,
Chicago's famous gambler and ex-pol-ltlcal
boss, died, this aftornoou.
THE MAGILLS MUST
BE TRIED AT ONCE
iDloomlngton, Ills., Aug. 9. Judgo
("'nrlinm tniluv sustained tho unnllca-
'tton for tho defoueo for tho lmmcdl-
ato trlnl of Fred Maglll and his sec
ond wifo, who aro indicted for mur
dor of MuglU's first wifo, "Pot." States
Attornoy Miller had been trying to
liavo tho case postponed.
The Peaco PartyThere's
HpWW(a THE CENTRAL AMERICAN BOY. mmm
BRITT CANS TIGHT
San Francisco, Cal., Aug.,, 0. to
talis of Dritt-Gana light thrive, been'
completed. Tlio men will hook up at
the baso ball grounds In thin city on
tho nftornbon ot September Ojgonig
twenty rounds for a guaranteed1 urso
of 25,000 or 7fi per cent, of tho gp'
receipts, should tho percentage of
tho exceed guarantee.
Forty-eight Dutch Regulars
Killed by Natives of the
Isiand ot Celebes.
Amsterdam:" Holland. Aug. 9. A
iiuassacro ot.tDutrli soldiers has oc
curred In thb Dutch liast Indies, ac
cording to a dispatch received today
from Datavla, Java. Tho messago
says forty-olght Infantrymen wore
killed durlnc' 'a sudden unrlRlnir nf
natives In tlio Mori district ot the
Island ot Celebes.
PRIEST FALLS INTO
''TUB OF HOT WATER
Wurrcrn, 0, Aug. 9. Father I
C. N. Dewier, pastor of St. Mary's
church, was scrloiibly, perhaps fatally,
uurncii last nifjht and Is now In a
Cleveland hospital for treatment. Ho
had prepared " Water for a bath and
accidentally Slipped and fell Into the
tub, bolng frightfully scalded.
fhe $20,240,000 Fine Case
' States Court of Appeals
in the Cse by Federal
Chicago, Aug. Q.Vfljo Standard Oil
Company, of Indiana, won a big vic
tory1 over tho government today, when
Judge Pctor S. Grosscup, of the Unit
ed States circuit court, granted It a
writ of error. This means that tlio
ease, In which Judge Landls lined tho
oil trust $29,210,000; will bo taken to
tho united States court of appeals.
Tho oil trust attorneys also applied
for a writ u supersedeas, but this
was denied by Judge Grosscup. Ho
said ho would not-,grant this at prcs-
a boy that I fear wM never be won
en?Mn? Gi3Af2ii? 3f3M:Sf?l(aKKieiIL0 J& 1 "
, V.I&.. f mpO MB it S
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This is the Slate Cannon
Boomers Would Like to
Washington, Au. 0. Cannon for
president and Hughes for vice presi
dent. This Is tho slato that Cannon
boomers want adopted at tho Repub
lican national convention. "Undo Joo"
Is agreeable so far as first placo Is
'concerned. Ho alno likes tho Idea ot
I having Now York's governor as his
running mate. Governor nugiica is
said to think kindly of tho arrange
ment. Hughes is Ki Id to have given
a favorablo answer to Representative
Sherman ot tho Republican congres
sional committee. Sherman put. stress
on tho fact that Cannon only wanted
ono term and then Hughes would be
in Hue In 1912.
STRANGLED TO DEATH
Greenville, Ky., Aug. 0. Hard
sou Alexander, colored, was duinged
hero this morning surrounded bV
I Kentucky troops sent hero do pre
vent trouble. The drop was six
feet nnd his feet touched tho
ground. Ho had to bo drawn up
and slowly strangled to doath. life
being pronounced extinct at tho
end of :t(i minutes.
Alexander was convicted of crim
inally u.Miulting Mrs. Clarence
Will be Taken to the United
Writ of Error is Granted
Circuit Judge Grosscup .
ont. Government attorneys demand
ed that bond bo given by tho Standard
Oil company, to cover tho lino im
posed upon It, nnd to this tho truBt at
torneys strenuously objected on tho
grounds that such proceeding would
lio unreasonable They claimed tho
capital stock of tho company Is only
$1,000,000 ad that Its assets amount
to a few million dallars. Attorneys
for tho government told Judgo Gross
cup that tho assets aro worth $10,000,
000. over to a sane ce
Closing of the Third Special Contest This Evening
and Only One Day More of the Last Special
Offer Sees Increased Activity Among
The Business Office of the Mirror Will be Open Until 10 p.
m. Saturday For Eatering Subscriptions on trie 100
Increase Offer Candidates Living Out of Town May
Mail Subscriptions Saturday Votes May be Cast Any
time During the Contest, But it is a Good Idea to Vote
ROLL. OK IIONOIt.
Mrs. J. Hcldcnbaugli
Mrs. M. Kerstettcr .
Mrs. Mao Mitchell .
Mrs. Walter Hlblcr
Mrs. H. A. lllgford .
Miss Louise Kyle .
Miss Rosette Knapp
"How doth tho busy bee Improvo
each shining hour?" AVcll, as to
that wo aio not well enough Informed
concerning the habits and energetic
qualifications of the aforcHald men
tioned "Uco" to give enllghtmcnt on
tho subject, but, If It belo) a moment
of tho shining hours aro Improved by
getting subscriptions this week that
they may bo ono ot the fourteen for
tunate cnmlidntcs, who on August
24th proudly como to tho front with
Commodore Perry's quotation, "We
havo met tho enemy and the are
Ono would think that subscriptions
to tho Marlon Mirror wcro enemies of
tho candidates from tho way they aro
being sought. Kvcry day largo num
bers of candidates movo on tho Mir
ror offlco and by tho voting wo know
"they aro ours."
Only ono more day remains after
this evening of tho special offer ot
100 per cent, lucreaso In votes and all
of tho wlso candidates aro utilizing
every moment In geting subscription
and subscriptions next week to ae
vantago ot tho double vote offer. It
will Uko doublo tho amount of work
and subscriptions netx week to ac
complish tho same results that can
SINGLE BALLOT Snvtote
MARION MIRROR $1500 CONTEST.
For Miss or firs.
This ballot to bo counted must bo
carefully trimmed around border and
deposited in ballot box unfolded.
Siamese King Buys Lavish
ly Just Because lie
Sturts for Cassel,
Ilorlln, August 9, King Chulalong
korn 1 will leave Uerllu today for
Cassel, whoro ho will bo tho guest of
tho Gorman emperor and empress.
Stories of tlio extravagance! ot the
Siamese king continuo to cxclto und
amuso Berlin. It la considered cor
tnln that ho has bought $3,000,000
worth ot diamonds nnd gold and sil
ver waro. Two grid services among
tho selections coat $800,000 each.
Tho king Is occupying nearly tho
entlro floor ot one of tho principal
hotels, soveral apartments of which
have been given up to an exhibition
of'tho Jewels and precious niotal work
bo accomplished this week.
Tho votes that are Issued on sub
scriptions this week do not have to
be voted .this week In order to count.
They may be voted at any tlmo dur
ing the contest, but tho subscription
and tho money MUST bo reported this
week In order to make tho votes good
for the one hundred per cent. In
crease. While It Is true that alt special
ballots may be held back until tho
end of the rautest. It Is u good Idea
to votp a few each day that your
fronds may know that' you arq ACT
IVIJIV Interested In tho contest and
desire their aid. Get a good po
sition on your llbt -get on tho Hon
or roll, and stay there. You will be
surprised how much It will help your
candidacy. Look at Ihoso who aro at
present on the honor roll, note tho
number of votes to their credit. Go
thou and do likewise.
The third special credit contest for
the 1000 extra votes to tho winners
of the largest number of honor cer
tificates in each district closed this
afternoon at 4 p. m. and tho an
nouncement ot tho winners will bo
made In tomorrow's issue of the
Mirror. The Mirror office will re-
nfil. nn.itt i.ilt in C7n....1M.
i"" i--ii mini iv j, in. omuiUfiy
Tin order that all candidates who
havo subscriptions to turn In In order
to get tho ono hundred per cent, may
work up to tho last moment. Out of
town candidates may mall their sub
scriptions and money to tlio Contest
Department In time Saturday so as to
get Saturday's postmark on tho envel
ope ami tho subscriptions will be
counted on the 100 pel1 cent, offer.
30,000 votes wero cast yesterday.
which goes to swell tho total ot ovor
one-half a million already cast. The
Honor ccrtlflcnto winners wcro; Mrs.
Kerstetter. district 1: Miss Krmol Blow
district 2; Mrs. RcldenbiuiRh. district
3; Mrs. J. Rowo, district 4; Miss
Lucy" Wassorbeck, district C: Mrs.
j Walter nibler. district G and Mrs.
(Mao Mitchell, district 7.
which wero brought hero from Lon
don, Paris and elsewhoro by dealers
expecting to sell most of the wares
ami who wero rewarded for their en
terprise, as tho king took about halt
of all that was offererd to him.
A FEDERAL PRISONER
Columbus, O., Aug. !). In order
that she may return to her six or
eight children who noqanler help,
President Roosevelt .WjfXeday par
doned Nanpi Miller, serving a 10-year
sentence in tlidpenlWHtlary for man
slaughter. She killed AHco Drake In
a dispute over a gosling,
Tho erlino was committed In In
dian Territory. Sho was tried In
tho Northern States court for the
northern district ot the territory and
received at the Ohio penitentiary
SoptombeV 24, 1904. With good time
Bho would havo been released May 23,
1011. Acoi'dlng to a dispatch from
Washington, President Itoosovolt be
hoved Bho had sorved Biifflclont time
for her crlmo.
In addition to tho sentence of 10
years, she was fined $500.
VOID AFT ER
AUG. 15 I